Why white women put themselves in great danger when they hook up with a black man
At the comments discussion following a news article about the murder of Sarah Coit, commentar Keisha—who based on her name we can assume is black—supports my oft-stated position that white women put their lives at risk when they become intimate with a black man, and she gives the reason:
Keisha 4/11/11, 10:29:AMWhat we have here is the standard dynamic in which a woman’s dumping of a man leads him to kill her; it’s the story of Carmen, over and over again, as I discussed in the 2009 entry, “Why has the female sex lost its mind?” (see below). However, as Keisha and Shannon point out, that all-too-familiar dynamic is greatly exacerbated when a black man is dumped by a white woman. Consider the murder of British actress Amy Barnes when she tried to break up with her black live-in boyfriend (here, here, here, and here.) Consider the acid disfigurement of young Englishwoman Katie Piper when she tried to break up with her black boyfriend of two weeks (here and here).
In the 2009 entry I wrote, replying to James N.:
You’re right about sexual jealousy. Which, duh, double duh, is why marriage exists. Let’s spell this out in very simple terms. When it becomes common in a society for women to get sexually involved with men who are not their husbands, that means (to repeat the point from the other side) that lots of men are getting sexually involved with a woman who is not their wife. In many cases, the man becomes fiercely attached to that relationship. The woman then ends the relationship, and either gets a new boyfriend or doesn’t. Either way, her former boyfriend can’t live without her, can’t stand her rejection of him, goes nuts, and kills her. It’s the story of Carmen, with tiny variations, over and over and over.As Keisha explains, a black man who has a white girlfriend feels he is on top of the world. If she breaks up with him, she is propelling him from heaven back to earth, which is unbearable to him. So he kills her.