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Another white homeless man attacked in a hate crime


Once upon a time, a group of white thugs beat a black homeless man to death in Florida. It was a major national news story. All the media called it a racially motivated hate crime. It was the basis for an entire episode of the tv show Gangland. It became a fixture crime for left-wing groups like the SPLC to fund-raise over.

Since then, dozens of white homeless men have been attacked in black on white racially motivated assaults. Several have been beaten to death. None have received anything even remotely close to the attention that the black man, who was fatally beaten, received. The media never calls any of the attacks hate crimes.

The latest attack was in Daytona Beach. Two black males beat up a white homeless man for the fun of it. Then they made him take off his pants to humiliate him. One of the perps smiled gleefully in his mug shot.

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Last June, a white homeless man was beaten to death by black male and female perps in Philadelphia. The attack was captured on video, but still received little attention. If the races had been reversed, it would have been the biggest news story in the USA.

Last January, an elderly female white homeless woman was targeted at random by a black male who set her on fire. She died from her injuries. If the races had been reversed, this would have been the biggest news story in the USA.

In July of 2013, two black females videotaped themselves attacking a white homeless man in Missouri. The perps posted the video on the internet to brag.

On Christmas Eve of 2011, a white homeless woman was horrifically tortured to death by three black males in Florida. If the races had been reversed, this would have been the biggest news story in America.

White homeless men have been fatally attacked in racial hate crimes in Michigan and New Jersey within the past couple years as well. There are probably many more, but none are widely reported. However, the 2004 white on black mob killing of a homeless man is still being brought up.

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