What Should Be Done About Black Crime?

Often when I write about Black crime, people start jumping up and down and demanding to know what my “solution” is. If I have no solution, I am more or less ordered to shut up about it. It’s usually Black people who do this, but White liberals and Leftists do it too.
We could start by admitting there’s a problem in the first place. The problem has a name: Black crime.
The first thing we need to do is to overcome the obstacle course of diversions that Blacks and White PC types throw up every time we mention the problem that dare not speak it’s name.
“Why Black crime? Why not White crime? Whites commit crime too! Why not human crime! Blacks are not different from other humans! What causes Black crime – the same thing that causes crime in humans in general! No! Let’s talk about White crime like child molesting, serial killers, mass shooters, the Holocaust, colonialism, the American Indian genocide, bla bla bla.”
Another line is to deny that there is a problem altogether. This is done by mustering together all sorts of weird statistical arguments, comparing statistical outliers, pointing out various White historical crime ways, recent and dating back centuries. Various outliers, Black and White, are tossed about as if they were rules and not exceptions.
Arguments are made that Black crime is really no big deal after all and anyone should just go live with a whole bunch of Black people and everything should be peachy and rosy.
I advocate doing nothing other than what we are already doing (massive law enforcement or whatever). I’m not necessarily saying, “Something needs to be done about it!” Well, that’s what your average human thinks when they look at the problem, but that may not be the best way to look at it. More important is that this a serious problem, it needs to be discussed openly, frequently and loudly, and hopefully there is some way we could possibly ameliorate it.
In the meantime, we need to keep on doing tried and true stuff like locking up unbelievable numbers of Black male criminals. This actually works to lower crime simply by taking these idiots off the streets. As far as what else to do, I guess I will leave that to LE theorists and criminologists.
Guiliani’s “broken windows” approach is ugly as Hell, but that worked too. But all these are shitty ways of dealing with the problem. It’s everyone’s solution. What to do about tons of Black criminals. Lock em up for God sake! By the millions! Yeah, it works, but it’s less than ideal.
Main reason I think it needs to be discussed is because it is 100% taboo to even broach this subject at all in any way, shape or form. Why? Whenever I start writing about this, Blacks and liberals usually start jumping up and down and yelling, “Stop talking about it!” “Shut up!”
This is the way most Blacks and many PC types react when the subject is broached.
But the White crime rate is far below the Black crime rate. The Black rate is so much higher that most sane folks simply do not want to live around large numbers of Blacks. The insane Black crime rate has also contributed to the decay of many Black hoods and cities and turned them into what looks like wastelands.
So there is something special about the high Black rate:

  1. Makes people scared of Black people.
  2. Makes people avoid and not want to live around Black people.
  3. Helps turn Black hoods and cities into post-nuclear bombed out wastelands.
  4. Fills jails full of Black guys.
  5. Leaves a huge % of Black guys with criminal records.
  6. Creates an incredible number of victims, including insane victimization rates in the Black community itself.

So there are differences. The White crime rate, whatever it is, does not:

  1. Make anyone afraid of Whites.
  2. Make anyone avoid or not want to live with Whites.
  3. Help destroy White cities and turn them into dystopian ruins.
  4. Fill corrections facilities full of huge percentages of White men.
  5. Leave vast % of Whites with a criminal record.
  6. Create an insane victimization ratio in White communities.

So at the very least, let’s get the conversation out there so we are talking about the elephant in the living room called “Black crime.”
We need to keep studying it because we are as yet uncertain why Blacks commit crimes at a vastly higher rate than Whites and Asians. It’s a paramount issue in our society and a question in desperate need of some sort of an answer.
Once we start to figure out why Blacks commit crimes at such a high level due to biology, genes, diet, and various and sundry environmental and cultural variables, then perhaps we can start looking towards some ways to ameliorate the problem.
There are drugs and gene therapy and genetic engineering for biological and genetic causations. These therapies are advancing at a rapid pace. There are possible dietary interventions.
If there are societal and cultural factors at play, we can design cultural and sociological interventions to deal with those. These interventions should be rigorously tested using the best possible science and it would be nice if they were cost effective.
There are all sorts of other interventions – psychological therapies and counseling of various types, yoga, meditation, the list goes on and on. Some of these therapies may even be useful for genetic or biological causations.
We really ought to be testing out various interventions with Blacks right now to see whether they reduce Black crime or not. But of course, no one is even studying it. Because that would be racist, you know.

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32 thoughts on “What Should Be Done About Black Crime?”

  1. Don’t know if you’re already familiar with this guy or not, but his site has a whole bunch of interesting statistical studies you might like. Or you might hate YMMV.

  2. “Another line is to deny that there is a problem altogether. This is done by mustering together all sorts of weird statistical arguments, comparing statistical outliers”
    I wasn’t denying that there is a problem.

  3. The second reason to keep the champagne corked is that not only is the number of young black criminals likely to surge, but also the black crime rate, both black-on-black and black-on-white, is increasing, so that as many as half of these juvenile super-predators could be young black males. But just when we need to think most earnestly about black crime, the space for honest discourse about race and crime is shrinking. The evidence of that shrinkage is everywhere: in the lickety-split O.J. verdict and its racially polarized aftermath, in the utter certitude of many blacks that the justice system is rigged against them, in the belief of many whites that violent crime is synonymous with black crime and the fear they feel of every young black male passerby not wearing a tie or handcuffs.

    1. I get the impression that political correction is not helping us at all, it is hurting us by denying that there is a problem at all. It would be like saying that there is no such thing as OCD, and then leaving victims to suffer without intervention.

  4. Whites are taking drugs at a larger rate then blacks, yet mostly blacks are imprisoned. That’s because black neighborhoods are targeted. In fact, there is a new book about the subject: “The New Jim Crow”. We live in a world where ordinary white people get away with dope, and rich guys almost do drugs in public.
    Anyhow, the black neighborhoods are wastelands (as explained in the book), because cons cannot get jobs. But in a fair world, you would see broken white neighborhoods. Now I’m white, and I’m not a white basher, but I’m just stating the facts.
    Reagan, for some sadistic reason, set out make blacks the “whipping boys” for the “sins of America” via this drug war. Whipping boys cause they’re being whipped for the sins of everybody else (in general).

    1. Black neighborhoods are not being targeted at all. In fact, the cops are being extremely leinient on us by ignoring a lot of black crime. Damage to one of us resulting in death or severe injury by the law can result in the so-called “nigger lottery”, where we sue the city for tremendous amounts of cash, like the Trayvon Martin case, whether the damage was inflicted in self-defense or not.

  5. o goodness where do i start… i can only speak from my experience as growing up as one of the many statistics so lol i feel like my voice has alot more weight here than some of the others commenting (not that im bashing im just saying this is coming from the source of the problem) lets see, im a black female and i was born into the stereotypical black household single mother – incarcerated father and naturaly POOR. i would say what became my motivation to 1. not have any kids out of wedlock and 2. continue my education all started with the fact that i had a natural love for history, i was never satisfied with the watered down history lessons i recieved in my public school so i was always looking for more answers elsewhere.. anywho.. it didn’t take me long to find out the many injustices that were handed down to the black community. and im not talking about slavery im talking about err.. say the last sixty years. i learned about how desegregation didn’t realy solve anything, how the ‘white flight’ litteraly sucked the economy out of the innercities, how crack/heroin rocked the black community to its core and how it was purposely (my opinion) allowed, etc its so much to go into but it was kinda like, studying history (i hate to call it ‘black history’ because its simply US HISTORY) made it so i wouldn’t repeat it in my future. it helped me understand why i was dealt the cards i was dealt in life and why i was born into the culture i was born into. you have to understand , for centuries, the only culture we had as black people is the one white people created for us we were taught that everything about ourselves is less than, unworthy, ugly… its been a long and hard struggle to overcome that and i would say we were never truly givin a chance to overcome that, its always been a uphill battle. when a feat just seems so impossible its so much easier to give up than to try. but i believe the turn around starts with education. and i mean true education.. a real break down step by step ‘this is how we got here’ you wouldn’t believe how many people my age black and white don’t know about slavery and what came after.. and by that i mean more than just the watered down ‘we came by ship, we worked, we were whipped, we were freed, the end’. but im hopefull.. thats what’s important. i don’t have a big strategy as to how to get contractors from ripping off innercities, or how to get better qualified teachers, how to stop the drug addiction etc. but i do know that personally for instance it is my goal (im currently continuing my education to make this possible) to open up a business in the innercity that intentionaly targets felons for employment. i see it as my way of breaking a cycle of shutting the door to people like my father who had a very hard time finding a job when he was released which in turn kept me in poverty as a child and so on…. ok the end to my very long rant but i hope i got my message across that it was KNOWING MY HISTORY that motivated me to find a way out and find a way out for others.

    1. that it was KNOWING MY HISTORY that motivated me to find a way out and find a way out for others.
      Wait, did’nt you say that it was your ‘goal (im currently continuing my education to make this possible) to open up a business in the innercity that intentionaly targets felons for employment’, so it’s still a dream and has yet to happen. You sound like an idealist and there is nothing like working at the coalface to crush ideals. I imagine the reality of working with felons will be a tad different from any utopia you’ve fantasised about.
      The idea that ‘knowing your history’ will save blacks is ridiculous. It would be more beneficial to blacks to know Korean history (more specifically the methods they used to gain control of the black dollar), than black history which will only embitter them, serve as an emotional crutch for failure or help them gain employment at a black uni.

      1. firstly let me adress the whole ‘my goal is too far fetched’ i actually got that ideal from my fathers employer.. he was an ex con himself and upon release in the late 90’s couldn’t find work because well, his record, so he went into business for himself doing a currying service (i don’t know exactly what its called but they drive lab results overnight all over the state) he specificly hires ex cons (ones that he’s sees potential in) .. so, while he runs a small business, he only has a small handfull of employees, he has been able to at least offer a small oprotunity so , i don’t understand what is so far fetched about that… now moving on, to your comment why would you bash my wanting other blacks to know their history, your basicly suggesting it would be better to keep them ignorant of it… then you go on to suggest they know korean history — well wouldn’t that make them ‘bitter’ just as well, what’s the difference… and yes i think thats an important aspect of history that should be taught as well though so thank you for the suggestion. i just gave an example of how learning about my own culture MOTIVATED… not SOLVED… but MOTIVATED me to solve my own problems, which i did. so how you concluded that i think that a good history lesson is going to be the ONLY way is just dumb. i already stated that it would take more than that “i don’t have a big strategy as to how to get contractors from ripping off innercities, or how to get better qualified teachers, how to stop the drug addiction etc.” so obviously i’m aware that there’s a bigger picture than just history, however i didn’t necessarily had a complete strategy.. but you seem to have ignored that.

        1. An ex-con setting up a parcel service because he can’t get work is great and exactly the type of initiative that someone needs to be successful in business. He also ,I presume, knew some other honest hard working ex-cons who he employed, which was mutually beneficial. There are a couple of differences between between you and him though, first, the motivation for starting the business and second, a knowledge about the people he employs.
          I’m a bit of an idealist myself and like to dream about saving lives with worker mutuals and co-ops in impoverished neighbouhoods, with asylum seekers etc. But having worked with recovering drug addicts in the past, I can tell you the reality is different from the dream in almost everyway. So I was’nt trying to say it was impossible just trying to bring some reality to the table.
          I know I misquoted you about black history and when talking about Korean history. I often hear black people talking about history, when in my opinion it would serve them much better to concentrate on the more mundane aspects of life like saving for investments, building business contacts and a customer base, furthering their knowledge of their field of expertise etc. like the Koreans would. Once you’ve made yourself a success there is plenty of time for history.

      2. “But having worked with recovering drug addicts in the past, I can tell you the reality is different from the dream in almost everyway. So I was’nt trying to say it was impossible just trying to bring some reality to the table.”
        How was working with drug rehab? This topic I find interesting so if you would do elaborate.

    2. “…its always been a uphill battle. when a feat just seems so impossible its so much easier to give up than to try. ”
      There you have it. Too hard to battle uphill, so give up. You state this like an accepted fact. Guess what? It’s more difficult for poor people across all races. The difference is that some shut their mouths and get started trying and others say, ‘fuckit, let’s get high.’
      Your post is riddled with the usual finger pointing, it’s all white people’s fault, ‘we’ were dealt this, etc. It’s full of past-tense excuses for present DECISIONS. What’s in black people’s way now? Is there not free education available? Do whites somehow force them to decide to take the thug path over the education path? Can a young black person not join the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and thereby get a viable career and a free university education?
      I don’t buy the horseshit excuses. Black ancestors, around fifty years ago, had LAWS in place preventing them from advancing. There’s nothing like that now. Cultural pressure me arse. Drug use, crime, gang membership, general laziness….all choices. Compared with the VERY recent past, there’s virtually nothing in the way of the modern black male but himself.

      1. “
its always been a uphill battle. when a feat just seems so impossible its so much easier to give up than to try. ” if you had taken to heart the very nature of my post and how i litteraly showed how i AM fighting this uphill battle and how i wish other blacks would do the same you would see just how twisted you made my words seem. wow … “finger pointing?” if your referring to me listing all those injustices, all i did, was shoot off the several facts that i learned about from a damn history book and how it MOTIVATED me personally…. it would be different if i said…. well, what do you expect>you raped killed enslaved blah blah blah so don’t blame us. — that would be finger pointing and that is not what i did. i simply said that it was learning about those injustices. for instance, learning about the history of crack in the innercity made me realy not want to date dope dealers. (even though rap lyrics teach that that should be the ultimate goal of black woman) there, that is an example right now of me taking my own life into my own hands so how am i ‘giving up and giving excuses’ it would seem that while black people shouldn’t blame their situation on what happened, they shouldn’t even talk about it at all right? — thats what you want, to never have US HISTORY talked about? — you say that there is nothing standing in black peoples way, there is, poverty, lack of opprotunity. you obviously have never been a little black kid trying to get a quality education in an innercity, you would understand that they have to overcome way more distractions (drugs, promiscuity, and other bad influences) than a white student living in a good school district. its like your saying peer pressures shouldn’t effect them, why wouldn’t it effect them, i don’t understand why you believe its so easy. you remind me of those people who look at women in abusive relationships that don’t leave, and say they deserve it. even if its ture, calling her dumb is not going to convince her to leave, you have to come at her with a different kind of strategy like maybe asking her to examine her own upbringing ‘she probably grew up in an abusive household’ and why she has such bad self esteem in herself in the first place.. is asking her to analyze that making excuses? well maybe but i don’t realy care if it helps her get out in the long run… you get it?

        1. “learning about the history of crack in the innercity made me realy not want to date dope dealers. (even though rap lyrics teach that that should be the ultimate goal of black woman) ”
          Excuse the tongue in cheek….but which part of the history shouldn’t common sense? Crack dealers bring crack…crackheads are no fun and destroy communities…maybe blame the DEA for destroying and imprisoning whatever was left?
          I hate to think gangster rappers are really that persuasive when all around you see the negative effects…I don’t think Tupac was too fond of having his mother and father addicted to crack.
          Lil Wayne being a role model is one of the more negative things I can think of effecting black boys. Yall black ladies sure got a mess!

  6. @Brengunn i think you took my stressing history the wrong way, i wasn’t realy focussing on the already hardened thug but more so school aged or atleast people my age – the ‘pre-thugs’. which lol theres all the time in the world for learning when your young.. i mean we have to go to school anyway, =thats what i was aiming at, strengthining up the lessons in the schools-focussing on the still fresh brains not handing out pamplets to crackheads (which i know isn’t what you were saying i said) but you get what i mean, and about the bitterness, you see, when i hear the blame impovershed black people always say, its not bitterness towards jim crow laws or the ‘white flight’ or any of that because they aren’t even educated enough on the topics to comment on them realy, its more bitterness towards the police and the justice system so i know in my case, learning my history helped me focuss my anger (whether its justified anger or not) not on police and judges, but on those issues- which was much healthier because i couldnt take that anger out on those people who did those things— because they aren’t around anymore! – and that is where the turn around began for me you see, i had to take that anger and put it somewhere, so i put into my homeworklol – and about the ex con working thing, my motivation is the same as his, i want to make money and i want to help others, and no he didn’t know my father before the interview- he took a leap of faith just like all employers do when they hire someone. also i know just as many ex cons as he does so yeah..
    @fariss you talk about DECISIONS but you have to understand that its deeper than that, someone (regardless of color) growing up in a stable household has the same decisions someone growing up poor in the city does yes we can both agree on that. but it is a fact that the stable household’s kid probably has never seen a pimp for instance, if they wanted to become a hooker they would have to travel to seek that out, also why would they look to a pimp to provide for them when they are being provided for at home?.. so yes thats an option for them, but are they likely to choose that? no. now take the child growing up poor in the city, she sees pimps everyday on her way to school offering her clothes, and attention she never got at home now does she still have the same free will that the other kid has yes… but is it more of a temptation for her? yes indeed. and whats worse, when she gets arrested for prostitution at the tender age of 14 is she seen as a victim of sexual abuse? no, somehow a child is not able to even consent to sex untill 17/18 by law, however if she recieves money for it she is a criminal… another statistic.. a statistic that you dont see a face behind it only a criminal statistic only a hopeless cause.. she didn’t strive in school because she’s “LAZY” as you would put it. its not like the poverty issue only effects black people, native americans are actually live poorer than blacks and have the highest (native on native? i guess you could say) rape statistics in the whole country within the reservations they also have an alcholism problem in their community that mirrors crack in the black community. are they “LAZY” too? what about the impovrished white communities in the appalations who are all hooked on perscription pills and mountain dew (please dont think im saying that as a joke) …. its because poverty breeds poverty… native americans are litteraly offered free tuition but don’t take advantage of it. why is this? its because it is an uphill battle to break the cycle of abuse and poverty. so just a ‘they’re lazy’ is not a good enough reason to me as to why you are so quick to turn your back

  7. @ jameson7
    of course i have common sense and of course i knew dating dope dealers was bad, you completely twisted what i meant. making bad decisions is not about common sense – most people know right from wrong yet do wrong. its about being motivated to go against the grain and in my personal experience, learning about the history and effects of the drug culture in the black community acted as a counter to the glorification of it that i always listened to in the music… i get atleast why some of the other things said might bring counter arguments, but in this instance i basicly said that knowing my history motivated me to break a cycle and yet you found a way to bash my personal experience which as far as i see was a positive thing. its like your saying im scape goating rap— but how am i scapegoating it, i litteraly chose the right path and your sitting here bashing me !! perhaps i need to break it down better mainstream rap= glorification of drug dealers , reading a history book= knoledge of truth and the truth will always set you free. and then you ask how i couldn’t just look around and see the negative impact dope dealers have… well, when i do look around, the only ones living lavishly in the hood are the dope dealers so why wouldn’t i be attracted that when theres a lack of doctors and lawyers around to date lol? congradulations for picking apart something that didn’t need picking apart you negative hater lol next!

    1. “well, when i do look around, the only ones living lavishly in the hood are the dope dealers so why wouldn’t i be attracted”
      Ok I get what you’re saying. Dealers got money when other people don’t and it ends up being glorified. The second option doesn’t exist or isn’t something they are aware of to a lot of people.
      “i basicly said that knowing my history motivated me to break a cycle and yet you found a way to bash my personal experience which as far as i see was a positive thing.”
      I wasn’t referring to you specifically more just on the whole of gangster glorifying in general. You are explaining it pretty well actually. Middle class white people don’t have a clue how to relate to the life of people in poor areas. I get curious in bridging the gap between the two.
      This is why I’m a multiracial supremacist…mullattos and hafu(half asians) will rule the earth hehe.

    1. On second thought I suppose the question was rhetorical…maybe the point would be you sound like a white girl. I’m definitely seeing some Irish, correct?

      1. yes irish, and thakyou for bringing up the ‘sound like a white girl’ -this highlights the cultural presures black people also have to face from both whites and (mainly other blacks) to adhere to the stereotypes.. i don’t think its fair that i have to feel like a ‘sellout’ just because i dont use slang well actually…. and this leads to a side not id like to adress, another reason i believe i was able to not fall into the cycle i was born into (meaning the single mother – incarcerated father) is because i also had a mother and other family members who encouraged me to do so, my mother worked very hard to move us out of innercity st. louis (one of the top crime cities now) and into the county (which is even now in my lifetime beginning breed black on black crime) so while i may preach, i also know that i was offered a lot more opprotunity than other less fortunate black people who have families not as willing/able to offer them. i also want to state while i preach, i dont think of myself as above anyone.. i still listen to hiphop(not enough that i’ll support their message with my hard earned dollar and buy a CD (i also don’t pyrate though) i occasionaly smoked a little pot as teenager and did other stuff im not proud of.. but my point is that i know where i came from (history) and i know where im going in life so im able to not let those things influence me in a way that self destructs like so many others.

        1. Yeah, actually the funny thing is I’m understanding what you are saying because you are somewhat white. That’s where being multicultural comes in handy. Maybe Will Smith syndrome(not black enough) is just something one has to bear in the process.

  8. @ jameson7 i just want to be clear im not white bashing when i talk about slavery or jim crow laws etc.. i feel like people read my first post and think im giving excuses and not solutions (i gave a personal tangible goal in the end of my post though).. im just saying that this is a topic that deserves to have its history put on the table is all… i mean you guys say you want an open discussion but dont want to discuss the events leading up to all this so how open is that? you say black people dont want to swallow the statistics of black crime and yet here you have one that not only aknoledges it but obviously is passionate about wanting to bring an end to it (just look at my ridiculously long postslol) but its like some of you dont want to swallow the statistics of what all lead up to this in the first place. im sorry but i refuse to sit up here and bash my race because its not going to solve anything. so far i dont see you guys listing any ideas on how to solve it, only picking apart my posts so,, i guess you guys are not very open after all.

    1. “i feel like people read my first post and think im giving excuses and not solutions.(i gave a personal tangible goal in the end of my post though).. im just saying that this is a topic that deserves to have its history put on the table is all”
      Be that as it may, people are probably just trying to dissuade the stereotypical black bitterness that comes with many of them referring to history. The Panther/Nation of Islam generation was pretty bad with that.(probably justifiably) To summarize: No white person wants to live around Malcolm X. The anger and resentment is one of the things that has outlived it’s usefulness as far as helping black communities goes.
      “i mean you guys say”
      Oh nooooo you didn’t. Don’t say ‘you people’ to me missy.

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