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BASICS: BLACK VANDALISM WITH A DIPLOMA | nationalsalvation.net

A Chevy Chase Movie in the 1970s began with a little black boy going along with an old "church key" type bottle opener, down a line of parked cars, scraping the paint off each one by just holding the thing against the sides and walking.

Chase got his car out just in time, naturally then having a different disaster with it, and that was the joke. But the subtext that jumped out at me was the attitude the movie showed about the little black boy. No black people complained about that stereotype of a little black kid naturally doing his vandalism. Whites took it for granted, too.

The black boy's vandalism was as routine for the 1970s Yuppies the movie was made for as the garbage truck Chase then proceeded to ram his car into. They deal with it daily, routinely. They do not resent it because the black kid was not responsible for it. That's the way blacks act.

"I'm gonna get you, sucka" is assumed to be a natural black attitude, and not just little street kids. When a black is pulled over, it is assumed that the cop is being racially prejudiced.

Actually there is no "prejudice" to it. People with black skins commit vastly more crimes than do people with white skins. No black is EVER mad at the BLACKS who DO this. They never mention it.

At all.

On Planet Earth, a black skin it exactly like any other clue. The cop doesn't know you personally. If young blacks, half of whom are in the penal system, are driving slowly around a residential area, the REALITY is that they are far more likely to have criminal action in mind than they would be if their skins were white.

But if you are a black with a degree, the one thing Mommy Professor trained you think of is not the blacks who commit the crimes, but of the Evil Cops, including the black ones, who have to face reality every day.

Anti-whites will fly off the handle at this. But see if they can cite any black activists who blame the black criminals and vandals.