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The statistics are right there, if you just know where to look. Florida is an 53 percent white state. Its population is 16 percent black.

The 2018 Florida Uniform Crime Report provides an interesting look at violent crime in the 53 percent white state:

  • There were 712 known homicide offenders in 2018, with 388 of those offenders being black.
  • This means 54 percent of known homicide offenders in the 16 percent black state of Florida in 2018 were black.

Though blacks are just 19 percent of the population, they represented 54 percent of the arrests for homicide in the state of Florida in 2018.

It should be noted Hispanics are lumped in with whites in the Florida Uniform Crime Report. 

Per capita…

Despite being…

It should also be noted the publication here of the 2018 Florida Uniform Crime Report racial demographics for homicide represents the first time this data has been published by any news site or webzine. Not one newspaper or local ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX affiliate published this data in the state of Florida.

Racial disparities exist in the criminal justice system throughout the United States of America because blacks disproportionately commit the bulk of violent crime, necessitating not just imprisonment, but the forfeiture of their franchise.

 
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  1. Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    • Replies: @EddieK
    I live in Miami-Dade and I wholeheartedly agree. It's like a Mad Max movie out here, on the highways, on the sidewalks, at any downtown event. I never feel safe here unless I'm within the confines of my home. The county is around 20% black and it's worse than some 40% black counties in the south in terms of crime.
    , @D-FENS
    Last year I was driving through Fort Pierce to visit the SEAL museum on North Hutchinson Island. Still looks like the dump it was in the 1980s.
    , @Love Street
    I’m surprised I don’t see more Houston stories here .
    That’s a dangerous 3rd world country too.
    , @eah
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race.

    Over 1 Million Florida Felons Win Right To Vote With Amendment 4

    Perhaps more important than who's governor (also it's not always clear there is enough difference between Republicans and Democrats, remember Jeb 'Please Clap' Bush), passage of Amendment 4 in 2018 means felons can now vote, by some estimates > 1m of them -- in 2016, Trump won FL by < 120k votes -- he will almost certainly lose FL and its 29 electoral votes in 2020.
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    Is Tampa really that bad?
  2. Watch the local news on any given night in Miami/Fort Lauderdale/West Palm, Port St Lucie, Orlando, Tampa, Daytona, Jacksonville, or Tallahassee, and you’ll see the same cast of characters on video robbing, shooting, assaulting, car jacking, breaking into homes, wanted for rape, armed robbery, ect. Then the next news story will be some Facebook/YouTube bullshit video of a kid or puppy that went viral.

  3. it’s hard to believe Africans are only 16% of Florida if you’ve ever been there. that just looks like a typo. might be accurate, but wow. basically they’re everywhere.

    could be because they count all Spanish speaking Africans in a different category, but even doing that, it seems low.

    • Agree: brandybranch
    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    It's very white and still fairly segregated once you get into Central Florida, up by Okeechobee, Sebring, and northern coastal towns like Vero Beach, Sebastian, Melbourne, and St Augustine. S. Florida where I live is infested with them, they are 34% (supposedly) of the population in Ft Lauderdale, but that number is growing, as it is in West Palm and Port St Lucie, because they are being pushed out of Miami by Latin Americans, and real estate developers, so they are moving north.

    They have also been pushed out of central Florida by Mexicans who have taken over the agricultural work blacks once did, so you have a few almost all black towns like Bellglade where a few prisons are, or Pahokee, who's main export is NFL players (watch "Chasing Rabbits" the ESPN documentary about Pahokee).

    You can drive Central Florida and not see to many black faces until you start getting into the Orlando/Kissimmee area, then they drop off as you get back into farm country. There's nothing to do out in those types of areas, no clubs, people aren't flashy, and it's hard to be anonymous in a rural area, so they hold no appeal to most blacks.

    And as another poster pointed out, without blacks, Florida would be a paradise, but that statement applies to pretty much anywhere & everywhere.

    , @Not Woke--Not Broke
    prime noticer-----------Maybe the Whites,and Koreans,are at work????
  4. Can we therefore extrapolate Blacks are [54/16 =] 3.37 times as likely to murder?

    If so, we can think about Blacks like a disease.

    SARS killed about 9% of those it infected.

    The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome [MERS] killed about 33% of those it infected.

    MERS is [33/9 =] 3.67 times as likely to kill you than SARS.

    I am not a statistician so correct me if I’m wrong.

    But intuitively, I’d say Blacks are at least three times as likely to be violent than whites.

    • Replies: @David
    The math for how many times as prone to murder blacks are than non-blacks would work like this, (0.54/0.16)/((1-0.54)/(1-0.16)), for about 6.2 times.

    I tried to get just whites from the data linked. But though I see the 712 arrests for murder in Florida in the link, I don't see the race of the suspects/convicts. Obviously, if we could compare blacks to whites only, the ratio would be higher.

    , @Gunga Din
    And, like people with those contagious diseases, the CDC should quarantine blacks.
  5. https://www.wbaltv.com/article/widening-racial-wealth-gap-baltimore-edmondson-village-rodgers-forge/31020226

    The difference between the two neighborhoods… One is white and one is black. Is this proof of magic dirt theory or does it prove what we know? The shadow-people don’t know!

  6. You can narrow it down to an even smaller fraction of the population since nearly all of the murders committed by blacks are committed by young black males.

  7. Once again, all I can think is, one more state, that were it not for non-whites, would be a paradise.

    • Agree: brandybranch
  8. Florida is an open carry state, no?

    Also an ‘easy’ concealed carry state.

    The numbers you’re looking at are the result of the blacks and the black and brown gangs fighting amongst each other. It has no bearing on yours or my reality.

    Stay out of their areas, be wary when they’re around you, make yourself scarce in places they congregate and stay armed.

    Their busily killing one another shouldn’t be news or surprise.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    No Florida isn't an open carry state, but it's fairly easy to get a CC, there are no magazine size restrictions, no gun registration, or push to ban AR-15s/AK-47s. In fact a friend of mine is part of a trust that got a Class 3 license, so they can buy fully automatic rifles and machine guns. You don't have to provide in state ID to buy ammo, nor are there any limits as to how much you can buy in a day. We have good gun shows that tour around the state and come to town every few months, and plenty of shooting ranges. It's one of the few last "free states" in those regards, and one of the reasons I continue to live down here.

    There is a lot of orc crime down here, but at least I am able to carry and protect myself/family/home legally, rather than live in some state where I cannot and have to wait for the police to save me, or worry about going to jail for shooting someone who breaks into my house.
  9. I haven’t been to Florida since I lived there as a little kid in the early 60’s. All my memories are of a solid white demographic both in the city where I lived and in the classes at school. The only time I encountered blacks was one time on a bus. It was kind of crowded when my parents and my older brother and I boarded and we all had to sit in different areas. During subsequent stops, more people boarded until it was standing room only. At that point, a black man and his kid were standing right by my seat and the black kid kept glaring at me and silently spitting on me through his teeth so no one would notice. Long story short, I finally got pissed off, grabbed his arm and bit down on it like a crazed piranha thus causing him to shriek like a woman being murdered. I mean, I really bit the hell out of him and was going for the bone and I can almost swear he turned white for a split second. His father got mad and demanded to know why I bit his kid. I told him and showed where I’d been getting spit on. He was still mad but looked up and around nervously at all the white people…. and then proceeded to beat the hell out of his own kid.

    I can just imagine what would happen if something like that happened these days to a white kid- he’d probably be beaten senseless by the adult negro, be accused of racism and of attacking the poor, innocent negro child who dindu nuffin. I don’t even want to think about what the media coverage would be!

    • Replies: @Dave453
    Yuck! Hope you had some mouthwash soon after
    , @Gunga Din
    My hat's off to you for doing what you did. And, you're right about what would happen, today.
  10. @Female in FL
    Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    I live in Miami-Dade and I wholeheartedly agree. It’s like a Mad Max movie out here, on the highways, on the sidewalks, at any downtown event. I never feel safe here unless I’m within the confines of my home. The county is around 20% black and it’s worse than some 40% black counties in the south in terms of crime.

    • Replies: @A.Ryan
    I feel your pain. I used to live in Homestead from 82-99 and that was my hometown for those years. I saw the demographics change first hand to where, now, whites are a MINORITY in Homestead (this is counting non-Hispanic whites since I don't lump Hispanics in with white people). Needless to say, I haven't been back since 99, but I am a member of a Facebook group so that I can keep a pulse on the town. Nowadays, you couldn't pay me a million dollars to go back. Minority in my own hometown, English is no longer the primary language, etc. no thanks.
  11. @Female in FL
    Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    Last year I was driving through Fort Pierce to visit the SEAL museum on North Hutchinson Island. Still looks like the dump it was in the 1980s.

  12. When these THUGS kill each other, who takes care of the many kids they leave behind? Is it just another bill for working taxpayers?

    • Replies: @Alden
    The working taxpayers took care of those kids from the day the pregnancy test proved positive. And paid for the pregnancy test as well.

    Black men aren’t really parents. They’re around at the time of conception and that’s it.
  13. @Female in FL
    Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    I’m surprised I don’t see more Houston stories here .
    That’s a dangerous 3rd world country too.

    • Agree: Female in FL
  14. @prime noticer
    it's hard to believe Africans are only 16% of Florida if you've ever been there. that just looks like a typo. might be accurate, but wow. basically they're everywhere.

    could be because they count all Spanish speaking Africans in a different category, but even doing that, it seems low.

    It’s very white and still fairly segregated once you get into Central Florida, up by Okeechobee, Sebring, and northern coastal towns like Vero Beach, Sebastian, Melbourne, and St Augustine. S. Florida where I live is infested with them, they are 34% (supposedly) of the population in Ft Lauderdale, but that number is growing, as it is in West Palm and Port St Lucie, because they are being pushed out of Miami by Latin Americans, and real estate developers, so they are moving north.

    They have also been pushed out of central Florida by Mexicans who have taken over the agricultural work blacks once did, so you have a few almost all black towns like Bellglade where a few prisons are, or Pahokee, who’s main export is NFL players (watch “Chasing Rabbits” the ESPN documentary about Pahokee).

    You can drive Central Florida and not see to many black faces until you start getting into the Orlando/Kissimmee area, then they drop off as you get back into farm country. There’s nothing to do out in those types of areas, no clubs, people aren’t flashy, and it’s hard to be anonymous in a rural area, so they hold no appeal to most blacks.

    And as another poster pointed out, without blacks, Florida would be a paradise, but that statement applies to pretty much anywhere & everywhere.

    • Replies: @D-FENS
    I bought a condo north of Daytona for rental income from snowbirds and relocators. The barrier island where the condo is located is almost all white but there are groids on the mainland. In FL, public schools are run at the county level so they have wide latitude for “racial balance”.
  15. I wonder what that 54% number would change to if Hispancics were added to the metric. I live in north Florida and have noticed a marked increase in the black population. As a result, murders that used to be very rare here are now on the uptick. And nearly all of them are “drug deals gone wrong” with the usual faces in the mugshot page. It matters not where these people infest, almost nothing positve results from it. Thankfully because our area hasn’t been overtaken by liberal, black ass kissing politicians they still arrest and prosecute these scum to the fullest extent of the law. But considering how close the last gubenatorial race was, I suspect it’s just a matter of time before that changes as well.

  16. @Change that Matters
    Can we therefore extrapolate Blacks are [54/16 =] 3.37 times as likely to murder?

    If so, we can think about Blacks like a disease.

    SARS killed about 9% of those it infected.

    The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome [MERS] killed about 33% of those it infected.

    MERS is [33/9 =] 3.67 times as likely to kill you than SARS.

    I am not a statistician so correct me if I'm wrong.

    But intuitively, I'd say Blacks are at least three times as likely to be violent than whites.

    The math for how many times as prone to murder blacks are than non-blacks would work like this, (0.54/0.16)/((1-0.54)/(1-0.16)), for about 6.2 times.

    I tried to get just whites from the data linked. But though I see the 712 arrests for murder in Florida in the link, I don’t see the race of the suspects/convicts. Obviously, if we could compare blacks to whites only, the ratio would be higher.

    • Replies: @Pepe the Frog
    The number is probably significantly higher than 6.7.

    Ever since 1993, when Janet Reno and Hillary Clinton decided that the FBI crime statistics would count Mestizos as "White" when they committed violent crimes, but magically turn them brown again when they were victims, it's been deliberately made very difficult to get hard data. Back then some people spoke of a 27:1 ratio--not 2.7 times, twenty-seven times--of violent crimes committed per capita, based on pre-1993 FBI crime statistics, but without more recent confirmation, who can be sure exactly what the current figure is?

    Your 6.2 figure contains the inherent assumption that White high-school students and Mexican gangbangers are equally likely to commit murder. I think that's implausible, and at best it's an absolute lower bound.

    , @Change that Matters
    Thank you for helping out, sir. I'm now committing this number to memory.
  17. @EddieK
    I live in Miami-Dade and I wholeheartedly agree. It's like a Mad Max movie out here, on the highways, on the sidewalks, at any downtown event. I never feel safe here unless I'm within the confines of my home. The county is around 20% black and it's worse than some 40% black counties in the south in terms of crime.

    I feel your pain. I used to live in Homestead from 82-99 and that was my hometown for those years. I saw the demographics change first hand to where, now, whites are a MINORITY in Homestead (this is counting non-Hispanic whites since I don’t lump Hispanics in with white people). Needless to say, I haven’t been back since 99, but I am a member of a Facebook group so that I can keep a pulse on the town. Nowadays, you couldn’t pay me a million dollars to go back. Minority in my own hometown, English is no longer the primary language, etc. no thanks.

  18. @Female in FL
    Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race.

    Over 1 Million Florida Felons Win Right To Vote With Amendment 4

    Perhaps more important than who’s governor (also it’s not always clear there is enough difference between Republicans and Democrats, remember Jeb ‘Please Clap’ Bush), passage of Amendment 4 in 2018 means felons can now vote, by some estimates > 1m of them — in 2016, Trump won FL by < 120k votes — he will almost certainly lose FL and its 29 electoral votes in 2020.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    I voted against this bill, and was actually surprised it passed, but I do agree it is not going to be good for the future of the state.
    , @Mr McKenna
    Remember that a majority of registered Republicans voted to approve this bill, along of course with a supermajority of Democrats. Republicans (of the Establishment type) voted effectively to disenfranchise themselves statewide, forever.

    A million felons in just one state.

  19. @eah
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race.

    Over 1 Million Florida Felons Win Right To Vote With Amendment 4

    Perhaps more important than who's governor (also it's not always clear there is enough difference between Republicans and Democrats, remember Jeb 'Please Clap' Bush), passage of Amendment 4 in 2018 means felons can now vote, by some estimates > 1m of them -- in 2016, Trump won FL by < 120k votes -- he will almost certainly lose FL and its 29 electoral votes in 2020.

    I voted against this bill, and was actually surprised it passed, but I do agree it is not going to be good for the future of the state.

  20. @Jim in Jersey
    Florida is an open carry state, no?

    Also an ‘easy’ concealed carry state.

    The numbers you’re looking at are the result of the blacks and the black and brown gangs fighting amongst each other. It has no bearing on yours or my reality.

    Stay out of their areas, be wary when they’re around you, make yourself scarce in places they congregate and stay armed.

    Their busily killing one another shouldn’t be news or surprise.

    No Florida isn’t an open carry state, but it’s fairly easy to get a CC, there are no magazine size restrictions, no gun registration, or push to ban AR-15s/AK-47s. In fact a friend of mine is part of a trust that got a Class 3 license, so they can buy fully automatic rifles and machine guns. You don’t have to provide in state ID to buy ammo, nor are there any limits as to how much you can buy in a day. We have good gun shows that tour around the state and come to town every few months, and plenty of shooting ranges. It’s one of the few last “free states” in those regards, and one of the reasons I continue to live down here.

    There is a lot of orc crime down here, but at least I am able to carry and protect myself/family/home legally, rather than live in some state where I cannot and have to wait for the police to save me, or worry about going to jail for shooting someone who breaks into my house.

    • Replies: @Dave453
    Dont you have red flag laws now??
  21. @Sick 'n Tired
    It's very white and still fairly segregated once you get into Central Florida, up by Okeechobee, Sebring, and northern coastal towns like Vero Beach, Sebastian, Melbourne, and St Augustine. S. Florida where I live is infested with them, they are 34% (supposedly) of the population in Ft Lauderdale, but that number is growing, as it is in West Palm and Port St Lucie, because they are being pushed out of Miami by Latin Americans, and real estate developers, so they are moving north.

    They have also been pushed out of central Florida by Mexicans who have taken over the agricultural work blacks once did, so you have a few almost all black towns like Bellglade where a few prisons are, or Pahokee, who's main export is NFL players (watch "Chasing Rabbits" the ESPN documentary about Pahokee).

    You can drive Central Florida and not see to many black faces until you start getting into the Orlando/Kissimmee area, then they drop off as you get back into farm country. There's nothing to do out in those types of areas, no clubs, people aren't flashy, and it's hard to be anonymous in a rural area, so they hold no appeal to most blacks.

    And as another poster pointed out, without blacks, Florida would be a paradise, but that statement applies to pretty much anywhere & everywhere.

    I bought a condo north of Daytona for rental income from snowbirds and relocators. The barrier island where the condo is located is almost all white but there are groids on the mainland. In FL, public schools are run at the county level so they have wide latitude for “racial balance”.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    I knew about the school thing from a friend of mine that grew up in Jupiter and they started bussing in urban youths from Riviera Beach around middle school. It's one of the reasons he pays $1000 a month for his 2 kids to go to private school.
  22. @prime noticer
    it's hard to believe Africans are only 16% of Florida if you've ever been there. that just looks like a typo. might be accurate, but wow. basically they're everywhere.

    could be because they count all Spanish speaking Africans in a different category, but even doing that, it seems low.

    prime noticer———–Maybe the Whites,and Koreans,are at work????

  23. @eah
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race.

    Over 1 Million Florida Felons Win Right To Vote With Amendment 4

    Perhaps more important than who's governor (also it's not always clear there is enough difference between Republicans and Democrats, remember Jeb 'Please Clap' Bush), passage of Amendment 4 in 2018 means felons can now vote, by some estimates > 1m of them -- in 2016, Trump won FL by < 120k votes -- he will almost certainly lose FL and its 29 electoral votes in 2020.

    Remember that a majority of registered Republicans voted to approve this bill, along of course with a supermajority of Democrats. Republicans (of the Establishment type) voted effectively to disenfranchise themselves statewide, forever.

    A million felons in just one state.

    • Replies: @bruce county
    With population of 21 million in Florida; one million felons is huge.
  24. @David
    The math for how many times as prone to murder blacks are than non-blacks would work like this, (0.54/0.16)/((1-0.54)/(1-0.16)), for about 6.2 times.

    I tried to get just whites from the data linked. But though I see the 712 arrests for murder in Florida in the link, I don't see the race of the suspects/convicts. Obviously, if we could compare blacks to whites only, the ratio would be higher.

    The number is probably significantly higher than 6.7.

    Ever since 1993, when Janet Reno and Hillary Clinton decided that the FBI crime statistics would count Mestizos as “White” when they committed violent crimes, but magically turn them brown again when they were victims, it’s been deliberately made very difficult to get hard data. Back then some people spoke of a 27:1 ratio–not 2.7 times, twenty-seven times–of violent crimes committed per capita, based on pre-1993 FBI crime statistics, but without more recent confirmation, who can be sure exactly what the current figure is?

    Your 6.2 figure contains the inherent assumption that White high-school students and Mexican gangbangers are equally likely to commit murder. I think that’s implausible, and at best it’s an absolute lower bound.

    • Agree: Lancelot Link
  25. @Wake up
    When these THUGS kill each other, who takes care of the many kids they leave behind? Is it just another bill for working taxpayers?

    The working taxpayers took care of those kids from the day the pregnancy test proved positive. And paid for the pregnancy test as well.

    Black men aren’t really parents. They’re around at the time of conception and that’s it.

    • Replies: @Not Woke--Not Broke
    Alden------Africans evolved a different reproductive strategy than Whites or Asians.Can't argue with success though. More of 'em every day.White women will expect White men taxpayers to keep the herd from starving.
  26. @Mr McKenna
    Remember that a majority of registered Republicans voted to approve this bill, along of course with a supermajority of Democrats. Republicans (of the Establishment type) voted effectively to disenfranchise themselves statewide, forever.

    A million felons in just one state.

    With population of 21 million in Florida; one million felons is huge.

    • Replies: @Loren
    I disagree. with so many non whites [NAMs] there, Id say just a mill is heavenly.
    , @eah
    Per the article, as convicted felons 10% of FL adults are/were ineligible to vote:

    Approximately 1.5 million people are currently barred from voting in the state because of a past felony conviction — a figure representing about 10 percent of Florida's adult population.
     
    Those convicted of homicide or felony sex crimes will not have voting rights restored:

    Voting rights will not be restored to those convicted of murder or felony sexual offenses.
     
    Crime in FL is actually bad -- per this ranking, only LA, NV, TN, NM, SC, and Wash DC are worse.

    Assume 1m felons can now vote in 2020 (probably too low), Democrats push to register these people, and 50% register to vote -- FL turnout in 2016 was 75% (well above national turnout, which was < 60%) -- suppose 2020 turnout among these new ex-felon voters is 50%, and 70% of them vote democratic (not unreasonable) -- that's an additional 175k votes for the democratic presidential candidate, in a state where Trump's winning margin in 2016 was < 120k votes -- more new registered ex-felon voters and/or higher turnout among them are both even worse news for Trump.

  27. Longboat Key, Florida, with a population of around 7,500, is 99% white. The police chief reported this problem: Getting residents to lock their cars and homes. Just in case.

  28. @Alden
    The working taxpayers took care of those kids from the day the pregnancy test proved positive. And paid for the pregnancy test as well.

    Black men aren’t really parents. They’re around at the time of conception and that’s it.

    Alden——Africans evolved a different reproductive strategy than Whites or Asians.Can’t argue with success though. More of ’em every day.White women will expect White men taxpayers to keep the herd from starving.

    • LOL: Lancelot Link
    • Replies: @Alden
    Not this White woman.
  29. @Non PC Infidel
    I haven't been to Florida since I lived there as a little kid in the early 60's. All my memories are of a solid white demographic both in the city where I lived and in the classes at school. The only time I encountered blacks was one time on a bus. It was kind of crowded when my parents and my older brother and I boarded and we all had to sit in different areas. During subsequent stops, more people boarded until it was standing room only. At that point, a black man and his kid were standing right by my seat and the black kid kept glaring at me and silently spitting on me through his teeth so no one would notice. Long story short, I finally got pissed off, grabbed his arm and bit down on it like a crazed piranha thus causing him to shriek like a woman being murdered. I mean, I really bit the hell out of him and was going for the bone and I can almost swear he turned white for a split second. His father got mad and demanded to know why I bit his kid. I told him and showed where I'd been getting spit on. He was still mad but looked up and around nervously at all the white people.... and then proceeded to beat the hell out of his own kid.

    I can just imagine what would happen if something like that happened these days to a white kid- he'd probably be beaten senseless by the adult negro, be accused of racism and of attacking the poor, innocent negro child who dindu nuffin. I don't even want to think about what the media coverage would be!

    Yuck! Hope you had some mouthwash soon after

  30. @Sick 'n Tired
    No Florida isn't an open carry state, but it's fairly easy to get a CC, there are no magazine size restrictions, no gun registration, or push to ban AR-15s/AK-47s. In fact a friend of mine is part of a trust that got a Class 3 license, so they can buy fully automatic rifles and machine guns. You don't have to provide in state ID to buy ammo, nor are there any limits as to how much you can buy in a day. We have good gun shows that tour around the state and come to town every few months, and plenty of shooting ranges. It's one of the few last "free states" in those regards, and one of the reasons I continue to live down here.

    There is a lot of orc crime down here, but at least I am able to carry and protect myself/family/home legally, rather than live in some state where I cannot and have to wait for the police to save me, or worry about going to jail for shooting someone who breaks into my house.

    Dont you have red flag laws now??

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    Yes, but that is why you don't tell people you own firearms. A few of my friends know, because we go shooting, but aside from that I never broadcast the fact that I'm a gun owner. It's a good way to get your car broken into, house robbed or red flagged by some vindictive person, same goes for flashing wealth it attracts the wrong kind of attention.
  31. @Change that Matters
    Can we therefore extrapolate Blacks are [54/16 =] 3.37 times as likely to murder?

    If so, we can think about Blacks like a disease.

    SARS killed about 9% of those it infected.

    The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome [MERS] killed about 33% of those it infected.

    MERS is [33/9 =] 3.67 times as likely to kill you than SARS.

    I am not a statistician so correct me if I'm wrong.

    But intuitively, I'd say Blacks are at least three times as likely to be violent than whites.

    And, like people with those contagious diseases, the CDC should quarantine blacks.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  32. @Non PC Infidel
    I haven't been to Florida since I lived there as a little kid in the early 60's. All my memories are of a solid white demographic both in the city where I lived and in the classes at school. The only time I encountered blacks was one time on a bus. It was kind of crowded when my parents and my older brother and I boarded and we all had to sit in different areas. During subsequent stops, more people boarded until it was standing room only. At that point, a black man and his kid were standing right by my seat and the black kid kept glaring at me and silently spitting on me through his teeth so no one would notice. Long story short, I finally got pissed off, grabbed his arm and bit down on it like a crazed piranha thus causing him to shriek like a woman being murdered. I mean, I really bit the hell out of him and was going for the bone and I can almost swear he turned white for a split second. His father got mad and demanded to know why I bit his kid. I told him and showed where I'd been getting spit on. He was still mad but looked up and around nervously at all the white people.... and then proceeded to beat the hell out of his own kid.

    I can just imagine what would happen if something like that happened these days to a white kid- he'd probably be beaten senseless by the adult negro, be accused of racism and of attacking the poor, innocent negro child who dindu nuffin. I don't even want to think about what the media coverage would be!

    My hat’s off to you for doing what you did. And, you’re right about what would happen, today.

  33. Recently I was in the local high school. A bubbly white girls voice came over the PA system to announce that black jeopardy would be starting soon, in honor of black history month. She was looking for participants. Immediately thought of Howard Stern and his version of black jeopardy, I simply could not stop laughing at the vision of Kareem in my Coffee and all the others. Sheer genius Howard was back in the day.
    After about 10 minutes, here comes another announcement, “we still have a few seats left for black jeopardy.”

    • Thanks: Mr McKenna
    • LOL: Love Street
  34. @bruce county
    With population of 21 million in Florida; one million felons is huge.

    I disagree. with so many non whites [NAMs] there, Id say just a mill is heavenly.

  35. If all homicides where the identity of the killer was unknown but analyzed using modern statistical techniques to determine racial probabilities the data would be even more alarming. Florida has a very high number of fatal hit and runs but it is unlikely the drivers follow a normal population distribution. You need to take into account time of incident ( late at night) , location ( areas with large negro population) proportion of drivers with reason to flee) no license, warrants, in possession or under the influence of controlled substances, no insurance, devoid of conscience or human compassion and one would conclude that negroes are far more likely to leave the scene of a fatal accident than others.

    Other homicides would follow this same pattern. My guess is unidentified killers would follow the same proportion as homicides where the identity of the killer is known, i.e. disproportionately negroids.

    • LOL: eah
    • Replies: @NC Realist
    Agreed. Alot of new cases of rape and murder are being solved from years ago thanks to new DNA identity techniques and voluntary submission. There has been at least three or four cases involving the negro in the past two weeks. I propose changing the name to Black Mystery Month. Case solved.....but then in 90% of the cases......there never really was a doubt.
  36. @Dave453
    Dont you have red flag laws now??

    Yes, but that is why you don’t tell people you own firearms. A few of my friends know, because we go shooting, but aside from that I never broadcast the fact that I’m a gun owner. It’s a good way to get your car broken into, house robbed or red flagged by some vindictive person, same goes for flashing wealth it attracts the wrong kind of attention.

    • Replies: @Love Street
    Yeah you’re right.I’m still somewhat of a newbie with firearms.When you first buy them you’re excited. I don’t bring it up anymore. (I just did)🙊
    , @Augustus
    Good decision, Sick 'n Tired. I shoot several times a week, but no one in the entire neighborhood knows I own firearms.
    I had a friend who didn't ever listen to reason. He had concealed carry, but made sure EVERYONE knew he carried a gun. You can see it coming. First time he leaves without his gun, house is broken into and gun is gone when he returns home.
    , @Not Woke--Not Broke
    Sick 'n Tired-------Sound advice about guns or visible "bling". Keep guns and wealth low key.However,one of my friends is an engineer who travels frequently on company business all across Europe.He believes in low key real wealth in addition to cash and credit cards. He wears a fairly plain Rolex watch that he has put a cheap looking nylon band on.Nobody looks at his camouflaged high end watch twice.He wears a wide 18 carot wedding band that he covers with a bandaid,.He has a 1 ounce gold religious medal on a black silk necklace, A couple of small,discreet platinum coins fit into one of those pocket change holders along with dimes,pennies,etc.Nobody gives him a second look.in dark cargo jeans and plain shirt.He fears being stranded overseas with no assets during a conflict or currency collapse.
  37. @D-FENS
    I bought a condo north of Daytona for rental income from snowbirds and relocators. The barrier island where the condo is located is almost all white but there are groids on the mainland. In FL, public schools are run at the county level so they have wide latitude for “racial balance”.

    I knew about the school thing from a friend of mine that grew up in Jupiter and they started bussing in urban youths from Riviera Beach around middle school. It’s one of the reasons he pays $1000 a month for his 2 kids to go to private school.

  38. @bruce county
    With population of 21 million in Florida; one million felons is huge.

    Per the article, as convicted felons 10% of FL adults are/were ineligible to vote:

    Approximately 1.5 million people are currently barred from voting in the state because of a past felony conviction — a figure representing about 10 percent of Florida’s adult population.

    Those convicted of homicide or felony sex crimes will not have voting rights restored:

    Voting rights will not be restored to those convicted of murder or felony sexual offenses.

    Crime in FL is actually bad — per this ranking, only LA, NV, TN, NM, SC, and Wash DC are worse.

    Assume 1m felons can now vote in 2020 (probably too low), Democrats push to register these people, and 50% register to vote — FL turnout in 2016 was 75% (well above national turnout, which was < 60%) — suppose 2020 turnout among these new ex-felon voters is 50%, and 70% of them vote democratic (not unreasonable) — that's an additional 175k votes for the democratic presidential candidate, in a state where Trump's winning margin in 2016 was < 120k votes — more new registered ex-felon voters and/or higher turnout among them are both even worse news for Trump.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    Good point about the actual felon pop being much higher than the number of re-enfranchisements. That had occurred to me too, though I didn't know the exact amount. 1.5m is so high a number that you have to be careful whom you mention it to--it might well be another felon.

    If anything, your calculations are modest and conservative. Likely there are no sound data on the topic but I'd bet that the percentage of felons voting Dem (whenever they do vote) is nearer 90% than 70%. Consider, for instance, that many--most--POC felons (which is to say 'most felons') would probably never have been prosecuted, much less incarcerated, if today's Dems had their way.

    Given that so many insist Hispanics aren't prone to crime, why are Nevada, New Mexico, and Florida so high on the crime list? Well, I see that Florida is 15% black, but that's not much higher than the national proportion.

  39. @unit472
    If all homicides where the identity of the killer was unknown but analyzed using modern statistical techniques to determine racial probabilities the data would be even more alarming. Florida has a very high number of fatal hit and runs but it is unlikely the drivers follow a normal population distribution. You need to take into account time of incident ( late at night) , location ( areas with large negro population) proportion of drivers with reason to flee) no license, warrants, in possession or under the influence of controlled substances, no insurance, devoid of conscience or human compassion and one would conclude that negroes are far more likely to leave the scene of a fatal accident than others.

    Other homicides would follow this same pattern. My guess is unidentified killers would follow the same proportion as homicides where the identity of the killer is known, i.e. disproportionately negroids.

    Agreed. Alot of new cases of rape and murder are being solved from years ago thanks to new DNA identity techniques and voluntary submission. There has been at least three or four cases involving the negro in the past two weeks. I propose changing the name to Black Mystery Month. Case solved…..but then in 90% of the cases……there never really was a doubt.

  40. @Sick 'n Tired
    Yes, but that is why you don't tell people you own firearms. A few of my friends know, because we go shooting, but aside from that I never broadcast the fact that I'm a gun owner. It's a good way to get your car broken into, house robbed or red flagged by some vindictive person, same goes for flashing wealth it attracts the wrong kind of attention.

    Yeah you’re right.I’m still somewhat of a newbie with firearms.When you first buy them you’re excited. I don’t bring it up anymore. (I just did)🙊

  41. @David
    The math for how many times as prone to murder blacks are than non-blacks would work like this, (0.54/0.16)/((1-0.54)/(1-0.16)), for about 6.2 times.

    I tried to get just whites from the data linked. But though I see the 712 arrests for murder in Florida in the link, I don't see the race of the suspects/convicts. Obviously, if we could compare blacks to whites only, the ratio would be higher.

    Thank you for helping out, sir. I’m now committing this number to memory.

  42. @Not Woke--Not Broke
    Alden------Africans evolved a different reproductive strategy than Whites or Asians.Can't argue with success though. More of 'em every day.White women will expect White men taxpayers to keep the herd from starving.

    Not this White woman.

    • Replies: @Female in FL
    Me neither. That is another reason why I don’t donate anymore, I see who gets the bikes, coats, baskets of food, etc.
  43. @Sick 'n Tired
    Yes, but that is why you don't tell people you own firearms. A few of my friends know, because we go shooting, but aside from that I never broadcast the fact that I'm a gun owner. It's a good way to get your car broken into, house robbed or red flagged by some vindictive person, same goes for flashing wealth it attracts the wrong kind of attention.

    Good decision, Sick ‘n Tired. I shoot several times a week, but no one in the entire neighborhood knows I own firearms.
    I had a friend who didn’t ever listen to reason. He had concealed carry, but made sure EVERYONE knew he carried a gun. You can see it coming. First time he leaves without his gun, house is broken into and gun is gone when he returns home.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    I had a similar friend, very social, always had bbqs and pool parties, encourage people to bring friends, and then would be showing off some new gun he bought, ect. Him & the wife are posting pictures from their vacation cruise, and during some point while they were gone the house was robbed. Guns, tvs, jewellery, 2 4 wheelers, and 2 jetskis gone. That's a hard way to learn a lesson.
  44. @Augustus
    Good decision, Sick 'n Tired. I shoot several times a week, but no one in the entire neighborhood knows I own firearms.
    I had a friend who didn't ever listen to reason. He had concealed carry, but made sure EVERYONE knew he carried a gun. You can see it coming. First time he leaves without his gun, house is broken into and gun is gone when he returns home.

    I had a similar friend, very social, always had bbqs and pool parties, encourage people to bring friends, and then would be showing off some new gun he bought, ect. Him & the wife are posting pictures from their vacation cruise, and during some point while they were gone the house was robbed. Guns, tvs, jewellery, 2 4 wheelers, and 2 jetskis gone. That’s a hard way to learn a lesson.

    • Agree: Love Street
    • Replies: @Augustus
    After I bought a few guns, I realised I needed to invest in good ways to hide them. Trust me, having really good hiding spots is expensive. I have 2 of my favorite handguns within 2 feet of either side of the front door. I open the door, pop a gun into my hand and follow a deliberate path in "clearing" my home. I do it in such a way that no one can get behind me. I look in all cabinets, closets, under beds, etc. Girlfriend always walks in behind me and says, "Mind if I use your bathroom while you Rambo the house?" I make her wait until I've cleared the downstairs and gone upstairs to finish. You never know when you might surprise a burglar or several.
    I had a burglary once (coins stolen, entire 90 pound safe with cash carried down the stairs, a few watches, rings, and a laptop stolen). At the time, I had 4 handguns and a rifle. They found none. Since then it has become 7 handguns and 2 rifles, along with a tactical shotgun. It's been an expense, but all are very securely hidden, often near at hand.
    I suppose it would make life easier if I just wore a gun at all times (as most knowledgeable people recommend), but I'm old and metal guns with 3 magazines can get heavy, so for short daylight outings, I occasionally do not carry, choosing just to keep a small handgun in the glove compartment in a sticky Clinger holster. It fits easily in the kangaroo pocket of my new "Because we Live Here" hoodie, so I can take out as needed and carry it into a fast food place, etc. Highly recommend the hoodie in black. I look like an ancient thug. Also slips easily into internal pockets of most concealed carry jackets.

    I've only recently moved to polymer guns. I got old and tired of hiking up pants constantly as I've lost muscle mass and weight. I've even moved away from leather to fabric holsters, sometimes, for less weight. Kydex is light but you can hear a draw.

    So neighbors don't see me leaving with guns, I use a gym bag instead of a shooting bag. I can fold or roll targets in the gym bag. For the good Splatterburst targets (good for old eyes), I carry them to the vehicle in those full length dry cleaners bags. Neighbors who see me leaving, have no idea I'm armed to the teeth for the range.
    , @The Grim Joker
    In this day and age it is better to be very low key in everything, cars, clothes, house and to never talk about money. Besides setting oneself up as a target for the criminal minded, I am never surprised at family and friends who do a mental calculation on a person's assets and then want to hit them up for a "loan".

    One guy I worked for used to complain bitterly about friends and family partying at his house and his house alone. He started out wanting to be popular and acknowledged as a comer. He would never be invited to theirs. This simpleton though, was trapped by his hunger to be recognised and the party stopped when he retired and had fewer dollars to fund the festivities.

    That is why I fly below the radar...no jewellery, a 15 year old car and nondescript clothing and a mouth I keep firmly shut around family and friends.

    And if anyone wants a loan or a donation----"Well I would really like to help, I really would but you know, after paying my bills there is nothing left over. It is a struggle for me too."

    Low key and a tongue between the teeth
    Keeps me between predators and my meat
  45. The all white Miami neighborhood of my youth is no more “ diverse” today- now all black.
    Jacksonville was behind the demographic shift timeline but is now providing current times study.For many years newcomers to the Jacksonville area have been drawn to surrounding counties due to Jacksonville “ Crime” which is overwhelmingly caused by Blacks. It’s a sordid game- daily glimpse at the News.
    Jacksonville’s black population has expanded/ white flight, areas once free from high crime rates now besieged. News reports often include the comments of exasperated residents that recall once nice neighborhoods beginning to feel the pinch.
    There are a few remaining islands within Jacksonville that are attractive, less “ Diversity” a key quality of life component. Interesting to witness white liberals in these islands grasp with the unfolding reality.

  46. @eah
    Per the article, as convicted felons 10% of FL adults are/were ineligible to vote:

    Approximately 1.5 million people are currently barred from voting in the state because of a past felony conviction — a figure representing about 10 percent of Florida's adult population.
     
    Those convicted of homicide or felony sex crimes will not have voting rights restored:

    Voting rights will not be restored to those convicted of murder or felony sexual offenses.
     
    Crime in FL is actually bad -- per this ranking, only LA, NV, TN, NM, SC, and Wash DC are worse.

    Assume 1m felons can now vote in 2020 (probably too low), Democrats push to register these people, and 50% register to vote -- FL turnout in 2016 was 75% (well above national turnout, which was < 60%) -- suppose 2020 turnout among these new ex-felon voters is 50%, and 70% of them vote democratic (not unreasonable) -- that's an additional 175k votes for the democratic presidential candidate, in a state where Trump's winning margin in 2016 was < 120k votes -- more new registered ex-felon voters and/or higher turnout among them are both even worse news for Trump.

    Good point about the actual felon pop being much higher than the number of re-enfranchisements. That had occurred to me too, though I didn’t know the exact amount. 1.5m is so high a number that you have to be careful whom you mention it to–it might well be another felon.

    If anything, your calculations are modest and conservative. Likely there are no sound data on the topic but I’d bet that the percentage of felons voting Dem (whenever they do vote) is nearer 90% than 70%. Consider, for instance, that many–most–POC felons (which is to say ‘most felons’) would probably never have been prosecuted, much less incarcerated, if today’s Dems had their way.

    Given that so many insist Hispanics aren’t prone to crime, why are Nevada, New Mexico, and Florida so high on the crime list? Well, I see that Florida is 15% black, but that’s not much higher than the national proportion.

  47. @Sick 'n Tired
    I had a similar friend, very social, always had bbqs and pool parties, encourage people to bring friends, and then would be showing off some new gun he bought, ect. Him & the wife are posting pictures from their vacation cruise, and during some point while they were gone the house was robbed. Guns, tvs, jewellery, 2 4 wheelers, and 2 jetskis gone. That's a hard way to learn a lesson.

    After I bought a few guns, I realised I needed to invest in good ways to hide them. Trust me, having really good hiding spots is expensive. I have 2 of my favorite handguns within 2 feet of either side of the front door. I open the door, pop a gun into my hand and follow a deliberate path in “clearing” my home. I do it in such a way that no one can get behind me. I look in all cabinets, closets, under beds, etc. Girlfriend always walks in behind me and says, “Mind if I use your bathroom while you Rambo the house?” I make her wait until I’ve cleared the downstairs and gone upstairs to finish. You never know when you might surprise a burglar or several.
    I had a burglary once (coins stolen, entire 90 pound safe with cash carried down the stairs, a few watches, rings, and a laptop stolen). At the time, I had 4 handguns and a rifle. They found none. Since then it has become 7 handguns and 2 rifles, along with a tactical shotgun. It’s been an expense, but all are very securely hidden, often near at hand.
    I suppose it would make life easier if I just wore a gun at all times (as most knowledgeable people recommend), but I’m old and metal guns with 3 magazines can get heavy, so for short daylight outings, I occasionally do not carry, choosing just to keep a small handgun in the glove compartment in a sticky Clinger holster. It fits easily in the kangaroo pocket of my new “Because we Live Here” hoodie, so I can take out as needed and carry it into a fast food place, etc. Highly recommend the hoodie in black. I look like an ancient thug. Also slips easily into internal pockets of most concealed carry jackets.

    I’ve only recently moved to polymer guns. I got old and tired of hiking up pants constantly as I’ve lost muscle mass and weight. I’ve even moved away from leather to fabric holsters, sometimes, for less weight. Kydex is light but you can hear a draw.

    So neighbors don’t see me leaving with guns, I use a gym bag instead of a shooting bag. I can fold or roll targets in the gym bag. For the good Splatterburst targets (good for old eyes), I carry them to the vehicle in those full length dry cleaners bags. Neighbors who see me leaving, have no idea I’m armed to the teeth for the range.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    Sounds like you are doing it right sir. A friend of mine who was almost 80, and looked the part of a typical weak, elderly victim always carried a small, 5 shot .22 revolver in his front pocket, and wouldn't have hesitated to light up anyone foolish enough to rob him.
    Another friend of mine who was a cop wears a Glock 32, at all times around the house. It's a small .380 that is light and non-bulky, might be worth looking into.
  48. @Sick 'n Tired
    Yes, but that is why you don't tell people you own firearms. A few of my friends know, because we go shooting, but aside from that I never broadcast the fact that I'm a gun owner. It's a good way to get your car broken into, house robbed or red flagged by some vindictive person, same goes for flashing wealth it attracts the wrong kind of attention.

    Sick ‘n Tired——-Sound advice about guns or visible “bling”. Keep guns and wealth low key.However,one of my friends is an engineer who travels frequently on company business all across Europe.He believes in low key real wealth in addition to cash and credit cards. He wears a fairly plain Rolex watch that he has put a cheap looking nylon band on.Nobody looks at his camouflaged high end watch twice.He wears a wide 18 carot wedding band that he covers with a bandaid,.He has a 1 ounce gold religious medal on a black silk necklace, A couple of small,discreet platinum coins fit into one of those pocket change holders along with dimes,pennies,etc.Nobody gives him a second look.in dark cargo jeans and plain shirt.He fears being stranded overseas with no assets during a conflict or currency collapse.

  49. @Alden
    Not this White woman.

    Me neither. That is another reason why I don’t donate anymore, I see who gets the bikes, coats, baskets of food, etc.

  50. @Augustus
    After I bought a few guns, I realised I needed to invest in good ways to hide them. Trust me, having really good hiding spots is expensive. I have 2 of my favorite handguns within 2 feet of either side of the front door. I open the door, pop a gun into my hand and follow a deliberate path in "clearing" my home. I do it in such a way that no one can get behind me. I look in all cabinets, closets, under beds, etc. Girlfriend always walks in behind me and says, "Mind if I use your bathroom while you Rambo the house?" I make her wait until I've cleared the downstairs and gone upstairs to finish. You never know when you might surprise a burglar or several.
    I had a burglary once (coins stolen, entire 90 pound safe with cash carried down the stairs, a few watches, rings, and a laptop stolen). At the time, I had 4 handguns and a rifle. They found none. Since then it has become 7 handguns and 2 rifles, along with a tactical shotgun. It's been an expense, but all are very securely hidden, often near at hand.
    I suppose it would make life easier if I just wore a gun at all times (as most knowledgeable people recommend), but I'm old and metal guns with 3 magazines can get heavy, so for short daylight outings, I occasionally do not carry, choosing just to keep a small handgun in the glove compartment in a sticky Clinger holster. It fits easily in the kangaroo pocket of my new "Because we Live Here" hoodie, so I can take out as needed and carry it into a fast food place, etc. Highly recommend the hoodie in black. I look like an ancient thug. Also slips easily into internal pockets of most concealed carry jackets.

    I've only recently moved to polymer guns. I got old and tired of hiking up pants constantly as I've lost muscle mass and weight. I've even moved away from leather to fabric holsters, sometimes, for less weight. Kydex is light but you can hear a draw.

    So neighbors don't see me leaving with guns, I use a gym bag instead of a shooting bag. I can fold or roll targets in the gym bag. For the good Splatterburst targets (good for old eyes), I carry them to the vehicle in those full length dry cleaners bags. Neighbors who see me leaving, have no idea I'm armed to the teeth for the range.

    Sounds like you are doing it right sir. A friend of mine who was almost 80, and looked the part of a typical weak, elderly victim always carried a small, 5 shot .22 revolver in his front pocket, and wouldn’t have hesitated to light up anyone foolish enough to rob him.
    Another friend of mine who was a cop wears a Glock 32, at all times around the house. It’s a small .380 that is light and non-bulky, might be worth looking into.

    • Replies: @The Grim Joker
    One can wear a jacket with a diagonal side pocket where a small hammer less revolver can be carried. No need to pull it out for use. Just have the hand casually in the pocket and bust your caps. I imagine it would come as a complete shock to an assailant if a rod was deployed in this manner. The other pocket can carry spare rounds with the same weight to balance the coat.

    It is shameful that anyone would pick on an elderly person. There was a time when this was considered low. These days anything goes so one has to protect oneself.

    Better a short stretch in the joint than a long stretch in the hospital.
  51. Thank you Paul for another “ Gun Crime” ‘ Study’.

  52. @Female in FL
    Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Miami are very dangerous.
    There are a lot of stupid white cucks here as well, look at the latest results of the governor race. Tells you all you need to know.

    Is Tampa really that bad?

  53. @Sick 'n Tired
    I had a similar friend, very social, always had bbqs and pool parties, encourage people to bring friends, and then would be showing off some new gun he bought, ect. Him & the wife are posting pictures from their vacation cruise, and during some point while they were gone the house was robbed. Guns, tvs, jewellery, 2 4 wheelers, and 2 jetskis gone. That's a hard way to learn a lesson.

    In this day and age it is better to be very low key in everything, cars, clothes, house and to never talk about money. Besides setting oneself up as a target for the criminal minded, I am never surprised at family and friends who do a mental calculation on a person’s assets and then want to hit them up for a “loan”.

    One guy I worked for used to complain bitterly about friends and family partying at his house and his house alone. He started out wanting to be popular and acknowledged as a comer. He would never be invited to theirs. This simpleton though, was trapped by his hunger to be recognised and the party stopped when he retired and had fewer dollars to fund the festivities.

    That is why I fly below the radar…no jewellery, a 15 year old car and nondescript clothing and a mouth I keep firmly shut around family and friends.

    And if anyone wants a loan or a donation—-“Well I would really like to help, I really would but you know, after paying my bills there is nothing left over. It is a struggle for me too.”

    Low key and a tongue between the teeth
    Keeps me between predators and my meat

  54. @Sick 'n Tired
    Sounds like you are doing it right sir. A friend of mine who was almost 80, and looked the part of a typical weak, elderly victim always carried a small, 5 shot .22 revolver in his front pocket, and wouldn't have hesitated to light up anyone foolish enough to rob him.
    Another friend of mine who was a cop wears a Glock 32, at all times around the house. It's a small .380 that is light and non-bulky, might be worth looking into.

    One can wear a jacket with a diagonal side pocket where a small hammer less revolver can be carried. No need to pull it out for use. Just have the hand casually in the pocket and bust your caps. I imagine it would come as a complete shock to an assailant if a rod was deployed in this manner. The other pocket can carry spare rounds with the same weight to balance the coat.

    It is shameful that anyone would pick on an elderly person. There was a time when this was considered low. These days anything goes so one has to protect oneself.

    Better a short stretch in the joint than a long stretch in the hospital.

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