Lack of reaction to endemic black violence a sign of national death

A commenter at The Thinking Housewife talks about how St. Louis has been brutalized by black crime. He contrasts the mealy-mouthed and dishonest way crime is reported in today’s media with the way it was reported in the early 20th century in the St. Louis Police Journal. He concludes:

In separate incidents within the past three months, three people—all black—have been murdered along a street that thrived with dozens of stores and hundreds of shoppers—all white—fifty years ago but without any such murders.

Examples like this could be multiplied a thousand times a thousand times. To “punish” a jungle-savage killer with room and board, medical care, music, a library, color TV, and the likelihood of parole is not a penalty on him; it is a penalty on all citizens who do not go around punching and kicking people savagely for the fun of it.

If such vicious crimes have not provoked national outrage and action to accompany it, then this nation is dead.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 27, 2011 06:13 PM | Send

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