It's the continued reluctance to forthrightly and honestly acknowledge that the attackers are nearly always Trayvon-type black teens.
One article (see below) provided reasonable advice, but entirely sidestepped the racial aspect which is, after all, the heart of the matter.
Why are Americans so reluctant -- call it neurotic -- about reality?
Could it be that the white-guilt movies have creased our brains so frequently that we are literally unable to think straight? Are we so terrified of the false 'racist' label that we would jeopardize our health, safety, and lives rather than risk being called the 'R' word?
Could we be fearful of facing the truth that violent black crime is an undeniable fact of life? Are we terrified of the prospect of admitting that Jim Crow laws were, in fact, instituted to protect white people from black crime? Are we so mentally suffocated by denial that we refuse to admit that black crime turns prosperous communities into shanty towns?
Are we too stubborn to realize that facing reality is essential to problem solving?
Protecting Yourself from the “Knockout Game”Continue reading ►
By Jeremy Knauff / Howtosurviveit.com
There’s a disturbing trend spreading through America called the “knockout game” where youths attack random, innocent victims by surprise and attempt to knock them out.
This is not two thugs beating the hell out of each other; these animals are attacking ordinary people for no reason other than their own twisted entertainment. More often than not, they select their targets based on perceived weakness—many of the victims have been women and elderly. Several people have even died because of the injuries they sustained.
In New York, a 78-year-old woman simply walking through her neighborhood was punched in the head by a stranger and knocked to the ground. In Washington, a 32-year-old woman was attacked by a mob of teenagers who struck her in the face. In Jersey City, a 46-year-old man died after being sucker-punched and falling into an iron fence.
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