Why Do Ordinary People Lose Sympathy for Blacks?

Hint: It may have something to do with behavioral issues.

I don’t care about black people’s problems anymore…

I’m simply worn out with them. Exhausted by their constant demands, their neediness, their helplessness, their hypocrisy, their never ending problems, their inability to take advantage of the myriad opportunities practically delivered to them, their ungratefulness, their refusal to take responsibility for their own lives or accept the consequences of their actions.

…There comes a point, where I just quit listening. When racist graffiti is discovered on a college campus, or on a black person’s house, my reaction is no longer outrage, disgust, and sympathy for a victim of a hate crime. It’s outrage and disgust alright, and it comes a few days later when it is almost always revealed to be yet another racial hoax perpetrated by black people. I really don’t want to hear them tearfully recounting that heartrending moment when they “discovered” some mean white KKK member had snuck into their laundry room, completely unseen and invisible to video cameras, to scribble “Trump ’16” and “Die niggers” on the wall. At this point, I’ll turn the channel…

I no longer excuse or rationalize violence, criminality, laziness, indolence, careless babymaking, willful dependency or degeneracy among blacks, any more than I do with whites. If you’re a thief who doesn’t support his child, and spends his days drinking and whining about how his life sucks, your black skin doesn’t get you a pass from me. You’re just as much of a piece of garbage as your fellow white bum. Doesn’t equality feel good?

Perhaps it’s the hyper-sensitivity, the arrogant and unabashed racism toward other races, and the self-entitlement. Could be the willingness to drop everything to riot, loot, burn and destroy personal and public property, menace, threaten and physically attack innocent white people. Or the propensity towards cowardly mob attacks on vulnerable whites, especially the elderly, women, any white person they catch alone and defenseless.

The New Dialogue on Race
Image Source

There is a growing perception that black people are doing too many carjackings, too many muggings, too many home invasions, too many rapes and murders. It is not just the young black males. Even teenage black girls are getting into the act.

Yes, it is true that black people are their own worst enemies. But increasingly — and sadly — they are being seen as everyone else’s worst enemies as well. All of these black violent crime statistics are ratcheting up at the same time as movies, television, advertising, and other prominent social institutions are being pressured to over-represent blacks in every role except the one in which they are truly well represented — as violent criminals.

It does not help that left-wing politicians are using black precinct workers to facilitate election fraud on a grand scale in inner cities such as Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Atlanta, and St. Louis. It does not help that $billions of taxpayer money are being shunted to activist groups that make heroes of black criminals who are killed or injured by police in the act of committing crimes. It does not help that government supported “diversity” scams are indoctrinating students and workers into racial hatred and bigotry against specific races — instead of helping them to accept non-violent people of all races in the interest of living in harmony.

Five Common Problems Faced by Blacks

1. Lack of family structure: According to a 2002 study, 70% of all African American children were illegitimate and that number rose from 23.6% back in 1963 because that was the year when welfare became a right according to the constitution, which made having husbands redundant. Too many African American families grow up without a father figure in the house which often leads to psychological issues later in life.

2. Dangerous cities have high African American Populations: Dangerous cities like Oakland, Cleveland, Baltimore and Detroit where gang violence and crime is an everyday occurrence has a high population of African American people who live under the government of democrats.

3. High abortion rates: It is estimated that 30% of all abortions in the country are done by African American women. This heightened loss of uncounted lives percolates to reduce respect for life and has played its role in decreasing civility with which people treat each other.

4. The victim mindset: Nothing holds an African American back more than seeing themselves as a victim who sees everything as someone else’s fault without taking the deserved responsibility to such a significant degree that their victim status becomes their collective identity.

5. African Americans make a sizable portion of prisoners: Studies infer that 52% of homicides are committed by African American individuals. Due to this high incarceration rate, every 1 in 9 African American children you pass on the sidewalk may have or might have had a parent in prison.


The America that is seen on advertisements and movies is not the real world — just like the government is not the country, the map is not the territory, and the model is not the climate. In the real world, people understand very well that you are more likely to see a young black man on the local nightly news as a violent crime perpetrator, than you are to see a young black man as a pillar of the community or as a good samaritan. It is not that the local news wants to show young black men as thugs. But the community of the real world doesn’t give them much of a choice.

Black entitlement and black racism against other peoples, are real things which an honest society would have publicly confronted long ago. But we do not live in an honest society, but rather in a propaganda society. By creating a false front for North American blacks, the propaganda society is not doing them any favors.

Real people in the real world are losing sympathy for “the great black whitewashing” in spite of the “whitewashed” facade being painted on by the propaganda society. That trend is likely to accelerate as the whitewashing is ramped up by the current federal administration*.

High out-of-wedlock birth rates, absent fathers, and the lack of a family support network for many young African-Americans have led to serious problems in America’s urban areas. The persistence of these crises have helped to perpetuate negative images of African-Americans, and have contributed to the increasing polarization of American social and political life along racial lines.

One of the Foundational Problems

The disintegration of black family structure — no fathers, high government dependency, no role models or solid mentors — has led to inner cities that are too often “free fire zones” where no one is safe. When society pretends that there is nothing wrong with black communities except for oppression by outsiders, every part of that society becomes corrupt beyond repair.

Others who are more sensitive may just want to apologize the world to death:


More: Some recent US violent crime statistics by race

This entry was posted in Blacks and crime, Crime. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Why Do Ordinary People Lose Sympathy for Blacks?

  1. bob sykes says:

    The lack of fathers in the home is the norm for African populations. It is an evolved character. In much of Africa a woman can feed herself and her children with gathering and scratch farming. Food is available year round. An in-house husband is superfluous.

    The nuclear family of Eurasians is an evolved respond to the harsh Eurasian climate. A woman cannot support herself and her children alone; an in-house father is necessary.

    The nuclear family was imposed on Negros by the surrounding, dominant White community. With the adoption of the welfare state, fathers were not necessary, and the Negro family reverted to the African norm.

    Today, about half of all Negros have no possible economic role, and they cannot support themselves. (This is also true of about one-sixth of Whites.) The deeper truth is that all Negros depend on White charity to some extent in order to survive. This includes Du Bois’ “Talented Tenth,” like the Obama’s.

    And, yes, I am sick and tired of all of them, and I do not give a fig for their problems, either real or imaginary.

  2. Someone says:

    You need to watch this one. A based negro here:


  3. Craig says:

    I have a number of black friends – can’t say their close friends, but friends nonetheless. I never think about them as black, they are, dare I say, normal. It may be the reason they don’t pop into my mind when the subject comes up. I just have no interest in the urban black culture in America. It bores me. It bores me almost as much as any Arab culture. Neither trip my trigger.

Comments are closed.