Various Commenters #dunning-kruger #psycho #racist #wingnut

RE: FBI: Murders Up 4,901 in 2020, Black Share of Known Murder Offenders Reaches Record 56.5%

The black to non-black murderer ratio is higher than the male to female ratio.

(American Plague)

If you use the more expansive figure of 14.2% for black population, then the ratio of black known murder offenders to nonblack ones in 2020 was 8.4 to 1. (If you use the more restrictive 12.4%, you get a ratio of 9.8 to 1.)

Incredibly, even the lower (at least part-black) ratio of 8.4 to one is a little higher than the per capita male to female known murder offender ratio of 7.5 to 1.

We need to get these numbers up! While some whites may be lost, the majority are killing their own kind, which would be good in the long run.

(Gabby Mouse)

Imagine if blacks were approximately 50 percent of the population? I wonder what their share of the homicide rate would be? That's a scary thought.

And some people here are still against abortion. I'm against it for Whites except for rape and if the mother would die, but the blacks, browns, and yellows can have at it all they want.

(Jack McGriff)
Blacks can't handle living in a civilization as advanced as White countries. That's a fact. It's like the curse of a poor person winning the lottery because in addition to it being unearned and thus not respected, the person isn't grateful and doesn't have the mental faculties to handle the windfall, inevitably destroying their life.

(Ilya Muromets)
Exactly right. I always thought the White man's laws & civilization are the black man's burden. They all need to go back to the law of the jungle, which they're accustomed to.

The law of survival of the fittest, which lies heavily on mental creativity, favored the White European. But he blew it allowing the negriods & Asians to share in his medical, mechanical, electronic, & other scientific marvels.

All because of the greed of the White leaders.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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