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Black on white crime must be confronted!


Emily Guendelsberger, writer for the news satire website Onion.com, had her leg broken in a savage racially motivated mob attack in Philadelphia.

Over the weekend a mob of young blacks brutally beat several white victims in Philadelphia. Two were hospitalized with facial injuries. Another woman had her leg broken. This has received very little press and all mention of race is being CENSORED!

From Examiner.com…

Recently, editors for the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and the Chicago Tribune have all publicly admitted to censoring black crime. They all said they justified it to protect blacks from being stigmatized. In his recent undercover videos, LA Lawyer Ben Shapiro recorded the creator of the TV show COPS stating the same thing.

All have decided that political correctness is more important than public safety. In recent days there has been a major online backlash against these policies. It is playing out on newspaper websites in the comment sections, on craigslist “rants,” youtube comments, and facebook.

Peoria, IL and Columbia, SC are not the only places where these events are occurring. Over the weekend, half a dozen whites were viciously assaulted by a mob of young blacks in Philadelphia. Police say the mob ranged from 50-100 people.

One woman had her leg broken. Two others were hospitalized with facial injuries. Yet the Philadelphia Inquire completely censored all mention of race in their article. No mention of “hates crimes” either.

No one has ever claimed that censoring information about crime makes the public safer. So why are major media bosses justifying all of this censorship? It is time to put public safety above political correctness and confront crime as it happens.

If media, police, and politicians do not openly and honestly confront the growing trend of brutal black on white crime things will only get much worse. It will also severely poison race relations in this country. Censorship is never justified when it puts the public in danger.