It would be over in less than a week.
Were we able to have control of the means of news dissemination and create the programming for network television, as well as determine he commercials (and the agenda behind them) between programming, the battle it’s taken our enemies decades – perhaps more than a century – to wage would end in less than a week.
The data is there, if you just know where to look. Now imagine if the state and the media worked in tandem to promote the data available, and then the former worked to create social policy around the data?
We’d have a country run on behalf of the people, instead of what we have come to dub Black-Run America (BRA): no, blacks don’t run America, but the country is run to benefit blacks and every aspect of their lives.
Take for instance North Carolina, a state that is 68 percent white and 21 percent black. Though the state police have stopped publishing the report, in 2016 the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation published the incredible Murder by Race, 2016: Victim and Offender Race Analysis.
Not one media outlet in North Carolina reported on the findings of this analysis. Not one.
Interestingly, this was the last year the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation made publicly available these findings. What did the report show?
- 248 were white (37 percent)
- 395 were black (59 percent)
Of known offenders:
- There were 84 black-on-white murders in 2016 North Carolina (12.5 percent of all homicides)
- There were 26 white-on-black murders in 2016 North Carolina (3.8 percent of all homicides)
To put these numbers into perspective, 4.8 percent of black homicide victims had a white offender; 25.9 percent of white homicide victims had a black offender.
For 2016, interracial crime in North Carolina had a clear color, which is why this report from the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation was never promoted on any local newscast in Charlotte, Asheville, Raleigh, Durham, Winston-Salem, Wilmington or Chapel Hill.
It’s also why the report has apparently been discontinued by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation…