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A piece I wrote up at WND on the black-on-white attack that took place near Cincinnati. The attackers were six kids, ages 13 and 14. They claimed they attacked the man because they were bored. The local police chief wrote an open letter claiming that the kids didn’t mention a racial motivation for the attack, but it’s always been my belief that black kids are almost programmed to view whites (especially men) as “others” at best and the enemy at worst. When primed in this way, the racial component of the attack isn’t something that the attackers would even be consciously aware of.
I’m going to jump over and say that I don’t believe that these types of attacks are the worst thing to occur in the world. Bad stuff happens all over, and white people commit terrible acts too. But the fact that there aren’t academics looking into the unspoken motivations which seem to have racial patterns just annoys me to no end. When will academics sit down groups of young blacks to learn about their feelings towards whites? All sorts of theories exist on the motivations of whites when confronted with blacks in society i.e. dog whistles. Blacks are prone to acting out in tribal fashion as well.