Village Voice says ongoing black-on-white wildings are right-wing fantasy
Paul Kersey of Stuff Black People Don’t Like writes:
An amazing article at The Village Voice showcases hipster, “Stuff White People Like” white people’s views of what is going on nationwide. The title of the piece is “Rightbloggers Warn America of a Non-Existent Black Crime Wave.” How dare white people notice Black Run America! How dare they notice black mobs targetting whites in cities across the country?
And what about the high level nastiness, intimidation and threats that are an everyday occurrence against whites in “BRA”? Here is a small and personal experience.Greg W. writes:
I think Mr. Auster said it best when he said that the more violent blacks become, the more racist whites become for noticing. I believe this simple thought will prove prophetic.LA replies:
It’s not a simple thought. :-)Greg W. replies:
Haha. Well, what I mean is “terse.”Alexis Zarkov writes:
My response to Karl D. Are white men now weaklings? In the 1930s, antisemitic gangs were attacking Jews in Bratislava. Imi Lichtenfeld decided to do something about it, and he created the self defense system known as Krav Maga, which means “close combat.” In 1942 he emigrated to Israel and taught his system to the Israel’s fighting men. Today Krav Maga is taught to all all members of the IDF (Israeli Defense Force). Lichtenfeld then exported his system, and now Krav Maga is taught to police and military forces all over the world. There are Krav Maga studios and centers all over the U.S. including New York City at 164 West 25th Street. Be clear, Krav Maga is not a martial art. The system enables you to survive a street fight. The training provides good exercise, and builds confidence. My daughter has taken the courses. The advanced versions, supposedly only taught to the armed services, can be quite lethal. Back in 2007, the History Channel ran series called The Human Weapon. One episode was devoted to Krav Maga where two Americans went to Israel and trained with the masters. You can watch an excerpt here. People of all ages and strengths can benefit.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 11, 2011 12:49 PM | Send