Call it what you will: “the narrative,” “the official position,” “the received wisdom,” or perhaps just what “everybody knows.” It’s Big Lie technique, straight from Dr. Josef Goebbels: circle the wagons around the falsehood, relentlessly repeat it in the loudest possible voice, viciously and violently denounce anyone who contradicts it…and with time everyone will accept it as the truth.
Of course, this will require more effort in some cases than in others:
Kevin Downey Jr. has a few comments about it:
The lefty-dominated news outlets, which are busy trying to convince people that, as LeBron James stated, white people are hunting black people every time they leave home, ignore and downplay the reality of racial violence in the U.S.
FACT-O-RAMA! In 2019, black people killed no less than 566 white people. (These crimes involve one victim, one suspect, and an arrest. Gang assaults or murders that go unsolved are not included). This means white people are “hunted” to the tune of 1.55 murders per day. White people killed 246 blacks — or 0.7 per day — under the same conditions that year.
Deceased author Colin Flaherty, who presciently authored several books about the wildly out-of-proportion crime rate, once wrote:
As long as black people are permanent victims of relentless white racism, cops should not chase them, juries should not convict them, judges should not sentence them, schools should not punish them, and white victims should not complain about the black crime and violence so wildly out of proportion. This is what a growing number of lawmakers, professors and, of course, reporters are prescribing as a way to “improve the way our system serves justice.”
This isn’t my favorite subject, regardless of how often I’ve written about it. But it’s one of the really important ones. Its effects are helping to drive changes in American society that cannot be concealed or disguised, no matter how hard the media may try:
- Diminishing willingness of employers to hire blacks;
- Diminishing willingness of cops to work in black neighborhoods;
- Diminishing willingness of retailers to operate stores in black neighborhoods;
- Increasing readiness of white families to move out of neighborhoods with rising black populations.
These trends are most visible in our cities, but their effects are being felt everywhere. The races are separating, and there’s nothing the Powers That Be can do to stop it.
But the media won’t mention that a black hockey player killed a white player by slashing him across the throat with his skate. That would give people the wrong idea!
(Remember this movie? “Hockey! The sport for middle-size white boys.” Well, once upon a time, anyway.)
Were it not for the Internet, only those who actually saw the event would know who did what to whom. Even so, word would get around. It always has and it always will.
I’m tired of writing about this subject. That’s not because it’s a bad or unimportant subject to write about, but because the trends I enumerated in the previous segment make plain that the consciousness of what’s been going on is now well advanced. Whites and Asians are obeying the fundamental drive built into all living things: Survival comes first. Yea verily, even among white “liberals.” Virtue signaling can’t hold a candle to it.
However, there’s a related phenomenon that deserves a quick mention: the mushrooming interest in guns, especially handguns. The majority of the states are now “constitutional carry” or “permitless carry.” The most resolutely anti-gun states are finding it difficult to stem the arming-up tide among their residents. They’re trying to weasel their way around the courts, which are increasingly friendly toward the right to keep and bear arms, but with limited success. Even the hostility of the cops in such places toward an armed citizenry can’t do much about it. Too many Americans are willing to break an anti-gun law, if it increases the chance that they or their loved ones will survive a hostile encounter in a public place.
People don’t spend large amounts of money arming up, nor do they spend significant amounts of time and effort acquiring proficiency with weapons, when they feel safe. What’s making them feel unsafe? See previous segment.
It’s time for a graphic:
Have a nice day.