Though sites like Conservative Treehouse (if they represent The Last Refuge, it might be time to consider moving out of the country) and Gateway Pundit will continue to do excellent work exposing the already unraveling media/state-crafted narrative in Ferguson, it's important to consider the facts as to why the 67 percent black city looks like an "inner-city." [Why Ferguson Looks Like the Inner City, Business Insider, 8-15-14].
|The real loss from black on black criminality (always concentrated in heavily black areas) is the complete collapse in commercial and private real estate near where this internecine warfare is found|
Simply put, Ferguson went from being 99 percent white in 1970 to roughly 27 percent white today; from less than 1 percent black in 1970 to more than 67 percent black today.
Race tells not just part of the story behind Ferguson's demise, but the entire story.
And it's this story, published today at Fox2Now.com, which should help describe just why the city of Ferguson saw such massive white flight when the first trickle of blacks starting to dribble into the city: the legitimate fear by white people of individual blacks (as the numbers increase, so does the percentage of blacks for whites to be correctly fearful of).... [Mother of murder victim calls for focus on black on black crime, Fox2Now.com, 9-2-14]:
Rochelle Cook has watched the riots in Ferguson unravel while mourning the death of her daughter Aniya. The 18-year -old was murdered in 2012 while sitting in a car in St. Louis. Cook says while there`s a big focus on Ferguson and police brutality these days, black on black crime should not get lost in the shuffle. Cook is also frustrated because she recently reached out to community leaders to participate in her annual march against crime and got no response.
‘What angers me the most is the community leaders, religions leaders where were you when I sent you an email to march with us it hurts. We are all hurting since we don`t have our children anymore.’ Said Cook
FOX 2 asked James Clark of Better Family Life about why more people were compelled to embrace the Ferguson protests. Clark also says the solution to black on black crime is to connect with young people on the street.
‘They have felt for years that they had no power, now they see they can make the whole world listen. Now we have to move and stop the black on black violence and disrespect. There`s a certain type of leadership that comes from the neighborhood.
There is a tier of neighborhood leadership that we have to embrace. It`s was not traditional leaders that kicked this off it was people from the streets that kicked this off.’ Said Clark
As the events in Ferguson evolve, unfold and gain momentum. Rochelle cook is hoping a movement in honor of her daughter called ‘The Team Naiya Movement’ will do the same.
‘We cannot lose this opportunity and deal with the issue of black on black crime.
We need the Michael Browns to step up right now and say I will work in my neighborhood to stop crime and violence that`s who we need right now.’ Clark said.No white person fears being the victim of "white on white" crime, because crimes committed by white people is overwhelmingly personal, whereas black on black crime is impersonal, arbitrary, and utterly savage in nature.
No one in their right mind has ever even uttered the words "white on white" crime, because such concentrated criminality by white people (jeopardizing the health and vitality of communities, as well as the strength/value of commercial and private property) is found nowhere in America.
But black on black crime is found wherever black people in America are found, meaning those living near America's permanent underclass must be mindful of the negative effects of such concentrated criminality (depreciating property value and collapse of once healthy, vibrant business/commercial districts).
When you see a food desert, immediately know the threat of black on black crime is near (which convinced smart grocery store owners from investing in the area).
When you see boarded up buildings, formerly where business was conducted and a community flourished, know the threat of black on black crime is near (which drove away the sense of community and convinced a smart business owner to divest from the area). [McClellan: Black-on-black crime is fact we can't deny, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 10-9-2010]:
Murders are such a common occurrence in the gangster culture that they are no longer considered very newsworthy.
In St. Louis, the gangster culture is largely a black phenomenon.
You can blame it on anything you want. Unwed mothers, hip-hop music, bad schools, vestiges of slavery, poverty, drugs, the welfare state. Liberals can blame it on one thing, conservatives can blame it on another.
But nobody can get away from the fact that it exists.Why not just blame it on black people?
The collapse of property value in (not just... but all of America) metro St. Louis is entirely a black phenomenon... just consult the history of that vaunted National Historical Landmark, the Shelley House... white people flee the biological detritus of unwed black mothers, the bad schools their progeny inherently create and the poverty that proliferates courtesy of the crime committed by individual blacks that inhibits any outside capital investment due to the high risk/no reward scenario (remember: Ferguson has been an enterprise zone since 2003).
Just as race tells not just part of the story behind Ferguson's demise, but the entire story, so does this four letter word accurately summarize America's decline.