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The FBI’s website states it forged a partnership with the SPLC to “establish rapport, share information, address concerns, and cooperate in solving problems.”
When Whites are the victim of race based crimes, the media and police often try to downplay any racial aspect, and silence those who notice.
In August at the Iowa State Fair, groups of blacks attacked white fairgoers and police. According to the police report, “On-duty officers at the fairgrounds advise there was a group of 30 to 40 individuals roaming the fairgrounds openly calling it ‘beat whitey night.’ ”
These were not just minor scuffles. One white fairgoer had two broken eye sockets. Yet many of these thugs were only given citations and released on the spot.
Despite the overwhelming evidence that these attacks were based on anti-white bigotry, Lt. Joe Gonzalez told reporters, “We don’t want to jump to conclusions. It is not the standpoint of the police department right now to say that it’s racially motivated.”
Black on white mob attacks like this are becoming more common. “Flash mobs” where groups of teenagers text each other’s cell phones to coordinate attacks are occurring across the country.
On March 24, The New York Times reported that, “Most of the teenagers who have taken part in [flash mobs] are black and from poor neighborhoods. Most of the areas hit have been predominantly white business districts. In the flash mob on Saturday, groups of teenagers were chanting ‘black boys’ and ‘burn the city,’ bystanders said.”
Neither the flash mobs nor the attacks on whites in Iowa are being prosecuted as hate crimes. Instead of punishing the criminals, Iowa police are punishing their own for suggesting the obvious.
After the attacks in Iowa, then Des Moines police spokeswoman Sgt. Laurie Lavato said “it’s very possible it has racial overtones.”
Last week, Sgt. Lavorato was reassigned to the Traffic Division. Why? According to Des Moines Police Chief Susan Bradshaw, “I had some real concerns with us making that leap and making a remark like that publicly. That’s a huge statement that, quite frankly, can provoke emotions on both sides of the issue.”
In Orwellian America, it is a “leap” to say it is possible that blacks yelling “beat whitey” might have racial overtones.
This twisted logic comes straight from the Obama administration. Attorney General Eric Holder told the Senate Judiciary Committee that hate crimes were only meant for “protected groups” meaning “people who are African-American, Hispanic, people who are Jewish, people who are gay people.”
Whatever happened to equal protection under the law?
It’s being thrown out for the purpose of silencing and demonizing white conservatives in the name of tolerance and diversity.
Virgil Goode represented Virginia’s 5th Congressional District from 1997 to 2009.
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