Category Archives: Black Violence

Faith, futility and foolishness

Recently, clerics in Wilmington, North Carolina representing a group called “Wilmington Faiths Against Gun Violence” had an article published in the local paper (see Link below) titled, “Stand against gun violence.” While it was encouraging to see many Christian clergy … Continue reading

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Black Power

Ever since Lincoln’s War against Southern State’s independence black people have been vulnerable to Marxist’s plans to create cultural unrest promoting their goal for a socialist revolution and the ultimate destruction of American culture and economy. Lincoln’s cynical Emancipation Proclamation … Continue reading

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Ethnic crime statistics and politics

With the constant talk, reports and agitating focused on ethnicity in America—primarily Caucasian, Negroid and Amerindian (whites, blacks and “Hispanics”)—little is reported about which group is most involved in violent crimes in this society—for an obvious reason. The “Black Lives … Continue reading

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Take Chicago…Please!

The Wilmington, North Carolina StarNews Editorial Board plans to “spend a good amount of time this year educating” readers on youth gang violence in the city—after they educate themselves on “causes and possible solutions.” I’ve suggested how they might do … Continue reading

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Looking for causes in all the wrong places

The Wilmington, North Carolina StarNews Editorial Board (four white guys) recently wrote an editorial (Link below) expressing their “hope to spend a good amount of time this year educating the community on youth violence.” First, they write, “we have to … Continue reading

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Civil unrest and enemies of the state

The first time I heard of the Ferguson, Missouri police shooting of a young black man came from an acquaintance’s comment: “Police shot an unarmed teenager who was simply walking in the street.” Initially, I was skeptical, but because of … Continue reading

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