Questioning.co compiled some helpful statistics regarding black on white crime to combat the narrative of blacks being disproportionately targeted:
2018: FBI: Blacks killed more than twice as many whites; 514 as whites killed blacks; 234 (this is while they make up just 13% of the population)
2017: FBI: Blacks killed more than twice as many whites; 576 as whites killed blacks; 264
1976-2005: Blacks have killed at least TWICE as many whites as the other way around. This is while black males make up less than 6% of the US population. (page 68)
Between 1976 and 2005, on average each year there were 981 black-on-white murders and 375 white-on-black murders. These numbers imply that for every one black person killed by police, black people kill 4 white people.
2018: there were 593,598 interracial violent victimizations (excluding homicide) between blacks and whites last year. Blacks committed 90% of those interracial felonies, whites committed less than 10%. That ratio is becoming more skewed, despite the Democratic claim of Trump-inspired white violence. In 2012-13, blacks committed 85% of all interracial victimizations between blacks and whites; whites committed 15%.
It’s worth noting that this same pattern in evidence in how we are taught history. Roughly 3,500 blacks were lynched in the United States between 1882 and 1968. That’s a rate of 40 per year. Obviously, 40 lynchings per year is 40 too many. But a rate of 40 lynchings per year suggests that for each black person lynched something like 10 – 25 whites were murdered by black citizens, and it is not at all obvious why a black person being lynched is worse than 10 – 25 white people being murdered. Yet that is the value judgement implicit in how we are taught to think about American history.
Former presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke said that racism in America is “foundational” and that people of color were under “mortal threat” from the “white supremacist in the White House.” Pete Buttigieg chimed in to explain that “systemic racism” will “be with us” no matter who is in the White House. Sen. Cory Booker called for “attacking systemic racism” in the “racially biased” criminal justice system.
The systematic ignoring of white victims has given people a false impression about who is and who is not killed both by police and by their fellow citizens both in the present and in the past.
Which remains surprising only to leftists.
(Wherein: the 25 year old man was black and the child was white in CNN’s reporting).
The narrative is obvious. It is only if you are intelligent enough to recognize it.
I don’t have much further to say on this. The data is rather self-evident and you can draw your own conclusions.
If you haven’t, I would recommend reading Race and Crime in America by Unz. It covers the remainder of the real disproportionate black crime epidemic.