The Color of Crime in America

New Black Panthers Want Race War

New Black Panthers Want Race War
Stalk them and kill them, Farrakhan Says (source)

The black man who murdered five police officers in Dallas — a member of the New Black Panther Party — told police he “wanted to kill white people.” Meanwhile, other shootings involving black men stating they wanted to kill white people — especially white police — have taken place at a resurgent rate across the US in the last two days.

And no wonder! Gangsta rap tells blacks to kill cops and whites. Blacks are told by their community leaders and black activists to kill whites. “New Black Panther Party,” is a group with growing influence dedicated to committing election fraud and committing violence against whites. And the mainstream news media — and political leaders such as US President Obama and Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton — have misled blacks into believing that they are being slaughtered by white racist police officers.

Deceptive Media Narratives of Recent Police Shootings of Black Suspects in US

A recent fatal shooting of a black man in Minnesota did not seem to have occurred in the way news outlets have portrayed it. The suspect was pulled over for suspicion of armed robbery. The Hispanic police officer who fatally shot the black suspect could clearly see a handgun on the suspect’s thigh. The female passenger who has become famous for her Facebook video of events after the shooting was found to have lied generated a misleading narrative on the video — according to police scanner audio the car was not (merely) stopped for a broken tail light and the shot man did not apparently hold a concealed weapons permit from the county where he resided had not applied for a concealed carry license in the county where the traffic stop and shooting occurred. A sheriff’s office spokesman in nearby Hennepin County refused to confirm or deny whether Castile had been issued a permit.

Updated information behind the Castile traffic stop and shooting

The official story behind the now-famous shooting of a black man in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is even more suspect. He had a record of possession of stolen firearms, was a habitual criminal. Here is an account of an earlier misadventure the man had with police:

In May 2009, he was selling CDs outside a convenience store when a Baton Rouge officer asked if he had any weapons or drugs on him, according to a police report.

Sterling didn’t answer, and the officer had him put his hands on the police car, the report said. While being frisked for weapons, Sterling tried to reach into his front left pocket for an unknown item, the officer wrote.

Sterling then tried to run from the officer, who grabbed the back of his shirt and pushed him to the ground. During the struggle, a stolen 9mm semi-automatic pistol fell from Sterling’s waist band, the report said. __ SBPDL

His arrest record from the link above:

Court records show his arrest history includes:

9/09/96: Aggravated battery
10/31/97: Second-degree battery
1/06/98: Simple battery
5/04/00: Public intimidation
9/20/00: Carnal knowledge of a juvenile
9/04/01: Domestic violence
5/24/05: Burglary of an inhabited dwelling place
7/11/05: Receiving stolen things
9/12/05: Burglary of inhabited dwelling place
3/17/06: Simple criminal damage to property, simple robbery, simple theft, drug possession, misrepresentation during booking, simple battery, aggravated battery
4/12/06: Aggravated battery, simple criminal damage to property, disturbing the peace, unauthorized entry
4/04/08: Domestic abuse battery
6/03/09: Resisting an officer, drug possession, receiving stolen things, possession of stolen firearm, illegal carrying of a weapon with CDs, sound reproduct without consent
10/12/09: Illegal carrying of weapon, marijuana possession
8/13/15: Failure to register as a sex offender
4/08/16: Failure to register as a sex offender
6/14/16: Ecstasy and marijuana possession

The media and opportunistic politicians are peddling a story of police officers gone wild, shooting and killing black men with prejudicial abandon. But the true story of race-motivated crime in the US is not being told, at least not by mainstream media or by public figures. One needs to look more deeply to discover the disturbing reality behind the public facade.

Updated 2016 Version of “The Color of Crime”: Crime Statistics by Races of Victims and Offenders Using Department of Justice Numbers

Summary of Findings:

The evidence suggests that if there is police racial bias in arrests it is negligible. Victim and witness surveys show that police arrest violent criminals in close proportion to the rates at which criminals of different races commit violent crimes.

There are dramatic race differences in crime rates. Asians have the lowest rates, followed by whites, and then Hispanics. Blacks have notably high crime rates. This pattern holds true for virtually all crime categories and for virtually all age groups.

In 2013, a black was six times more likely than a non-black to commit murder, and 12 times more likely to murder someone of another race than to be murdered by someone of another race.

In 2013, of the approximately 660,000 crimes of interracial violence that involved blacks and whites, blacks were the perpetrators 85 percent of the time. This meant a black person was 27 times more likely to attack a white person than vice versa. A Hispanic was eight times more likely to attack a white person than vice versa.

In 2014 in New York City, a black was 31 times more likely than a white to be arrested for murder, and a Hispanic was 12.4 times more likely. For the crime of “shooting” — defined as firing a bullet that hits someone — a black was 98.4 times more likely than a white to be arrested, and a Hispanic was 23.6 times more likely.

If New York City were all white, the murder rate would drop by 91 percent, the robbery rate by 81 percent, and the shootings rate by 97 percent.

In an all-white Chicago, murder would decline 90 percent, rape by 81 percent, and robbery by 90 percent.

In 2015, a black person was 2.45 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by the police. A Hispanic person was 1.21 times more likely. These figures are well within what would be expected given race differences in crime rates and likelihood to resist arrest.

In 2015, police killings of blacks accounted for approximately 4 percent of homicides of blacks. Police killings of unarmed blacks accounted for approximately 0.6 percent of homicides of blacks. The overwhelming majority of black homicide victims (93 percent from 1980 to 2008) were killed by blacks.

Both violent and non-violent crime has been declining in the United States since a high in 1993. 2015 saw a disturbing rise in murder in major American cities that some observers associated with “depolicing” in response to intense media and public scrutiny of police activity.
Color of Crime 2016 Update

Less than 1% of homicides of blacks resulted from Police killings of “unarmed blacks.” These killings are regrettable, but occurred within specific contexts of the moment, which must be examined carefully on an individual basis. This is a far different situation than when blacks intentionally set out to murder whites, as occurred last week in Dallas.

For comparison, 93% of blacks are killed by other blacks.

The table below — taken from official US DOJ statistics — provides data that is further clarified by the pie charts further down the page:

… we find that during the 2012/2013 period, blacks committed an average of 560,600 violent crimes against whites, whereas whites committed only 99,403 such crimes against blacks. This means blacks were the attackers in 84.9 percent of the violent crimes involving blacks and whites.

__ From US DOJ Statistics

Hispanics Also Inordinately Target Whites for Violent Crime Source

Hispanics Also Inordinately Target Whites for Violent Crime

White Offenders Also Target Whites Most Commonly Source

White Offenders Also Target Whites Most Commonly

For all three categories of offenders — white, black, hispanic — victims are primarily or inordinately white. There are many different reasons why violent offenders tend to target whites. But it does not help that politicians, black activists, black “music,” and the mainstream media are all framing a false narrative that leads blacks to wish to avenge themselves upon whites.

The genetics of violence suggests reasons why blacks may commit more violent crimes than members of other races. Further, when young blacks are taught to hate members of other races from the cradle, subsequent violence against members of those races should not surprise anyone.

Blacks are typically arrested more often for a wide range of crimes than members of other races in cities across the US. Blacks also make up far more than their proportionate population share in prison populations. Given the known cultural and genetic factors mentioned above, this disproportionate criminality is becoming easier to understand. And it also helps explain why police officers may be more on edge when confronted by an armed black man behaving in a suspicious manner.
Percentage of Arrests and Prisoners Who Were Black 2013

Percentage of Arrests and Prisoners Who Were Black 2013

Last published (2008) table of extensive interracial crime data by US DOJ, providing copious data supporting the findings in the multiple editions of The Color of Crime.

Until politicians, other public figures, the mainstream media, academics and schoolteachers, and other information gatekeepers begin to acknowledge the reality of violence and race, it will be up to individuals to watch out for themselves and their families. The jobs of police officers are put at especial risk by the official race narrative and disinformation campaign. If police are forbidden to defend themselves for reasons of political correctness and “affirmative action criminology,” society will lose one of its primary foundations of civil order — and massive multicultural violence becomes more likely.

The War on Cops

Update: The gang links of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Media myths can go down hard.


Fatal police shootings graphic for 2016:

Suicide by cop in Houston: How many police officer shootings are induced by persons with covert suicidal impulses?

White teenager recently shot dead by police officers at traffic stop has not received nearly the media coverage as the recent celebrated police shooting of black gang members Sterling and Castile. Nevertheless, the fatal shooting of white teen Dylan Noble has all the markings of “suicide by cop.”

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4 Responses to The Color of Crime in America

  1. Will Brown says:

    A minor critique; judging from his name, the Minnesota police officer was “native american” and not “hispanic”. Also, concealed handgun licenses (however named: CCW, CHL, LTC, etc) are issued to legally qualified state residents by the state, not a more local county authority. As long as you are a legal resident of the issuing state (New York residents who also own property and reside in Florida part of the year qualify for the Florida state concealed handgun license – which has zero validity “back home” in NY – arguably THE classic “snowbird” example) it doesn’t matter at all which county you reside and/or carry in. Also, all the witnesses have stated independently that the proximate cause for the stop was a “broken taillight”, which makes this police interaction most likely an example of revenue generation rather than a public safety issue.

    • alfin2101 says:

      Check out this audio recording from a police scanner:

      It provides more detail behind reasons for the traffic stop having nothing to do with a broken tail light, specifically the resemblance of the occupants to suspects in an armed robbery.

      Your point about the concealed carry is taken. Application for concealed carry in Minnesota goes through the county sheriff’s office. The permitting authority is the state of Minnesota as you suggest. If application was made in a different county, the sheriff of the county of the traffic stop would not have had the record of application — although one would expect all police departments and sheriff’s offices in Minnesota to have computer access to concealed carry license grantees.

      The original article is incomplete and somewhat misleading on this point. Thanks for the correction.

      Here is another account which includes a statement by Officer Yanez.

      The name Yanez, by the way, comes from the mountainous border regions of Spain. The combination of the first name “Geronimo” with a last name “Yanez” suggests that the officer probably has mestizo origins.

      • Will Brown says:

        The further we go with this story, the more confused it becomes. Mr Castile apparently looked enough like a recent robbery suspect to warrant being stopped and questioned. I confess that I now have no idea where the “broken tail light” story originated. I have also now seen Officer Yanez identified as being hispanic, asian, and native american. Given the degree of personal mobility within American society over the past 50+ years, I’m not sure anything can be reliably derived from an individuals name any more – something I should have pointed out earlier myself.

        Minnesota has a requirement for both a permit to purchase a firearm and a distinct permit to carry concealed. The two are apparently being conflated in various reports and stories. To the best of my knowledge, the carry permit is a function of the state legislature. It used to be quite common in the various states in the US for a buyer to also have to obtain local law enforcement (chief of police/sheriff) approval prior to taking receipt in a firearm purchase; that may still be a requirement in Minnesota. We’re going to have to wait for a definitive statement of the relevant facts regarding both matters.

        As to the events in Baton Rouge, this is a matter of a felon in illegal possession of a firearm resisting arrest. From the videos I have seen online, we know he continued to actively resist until he was shot, and we have no idea what precisely occurred between the immediate combatants leading up to the shoot/no shoot decision being taken. This was always an indefensible action on Mr Sterling’s part and his violent refusal to submit to lawful arrest is the causative factor in his being shot.

        We can expect individuals to seek advantage from these events for themselves regardless of the actual facts of the various matters, further complicating an already confused circumstance. Good work on your coverage to date.

        • alfin2101 says:

          Thanks for your reply.

          One of the things about the Castile case that irritated and disgusted me, was the “Oprah Winfrey-esque” Facebook narrative untertaken by the female occupant in Castile’s vehicle well after the fatal shooting. She reminds me of the type of female who goads a man into getting himself killed. She is reaping cash rewards, whatever the nature of her involvement in the fatal end of Castile’s life.

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