What sets blacks off: anything, or nothing
(March 25, 3:20 p.m.: Comments have just been added to this entry. Several readers point out that Christopher Kernich died from the beating administered to him by two blacks in 2009.)
Karl D. writes:
You said in reply to a commenter:LA replies:
How many thousands of acts of black savage violence have been set off by the most innocuous behavior of whites (or no behavior at all, except for being white)? What about 23 year old Christopher Kernich, who, walking along Main Street in Kent, Ohio with two friends in 2009, was nearly hit by a car, one of the three yelled, “Watch what you’re doing,” and two blacks got out of the car and stomped Kernich almost to death.
Jeannette V. writes:
Christopher Kernich died from that attackMax P. writes:
On your page this evening you referenced a story from 2009 about Christopher Kernich. You wrote that he was almost stomped to death. I wasn’t aware of that case and searched the Internet. Sadly, I found a story in Cleveland that stated this young man died six days after the attack.Brandon F. writes:
The irrationally aggressive resistance of many blacks on being questioned by police is well known among blacks. Here’s a skit from Chris Rock entitled “How to Note Get your A** Kicked by the Police” in which he basically agrees with everything said in your comment. If the video wasn’t presented as a comedic exercise, the observations reflected would be considered absolutely racist.Clark Coleman writes:
Karl D. said:LA replies:
This is one of the things that has not been clearly reported. To take one example, “Rich” Lowry, editor of America’ flagship “conservative” magazine, had a column in yesterday’s New York Post in which he said that Al Sharpton’s version of what happened is correct: that Zimmerman unnecessarily followed Martn and forced a confrontation on him, which led to the fight, which led to Zimmerman shooting Martin. But Lowry doesn’t prove his scenario at all. He doesn’t even raise the question: did Zimmerman properly identify himself as a neighborhood watchman and ask Martin what his business in the neighborhood was, prior to the confrontation? He simply assumes Zimmerman was the aggressor.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 24, 2012 04:47 PM | Send