Virtually all liquor store robberies are committed by males rather than females.
Is it genetic? Of course not.
That conclusion presumes we are pretending genetic disparity is no factor and that 100 percent of behavior must be attributed to social environment.
According to the US Dept of Justice, 52.2% of homicides are committed by blacks; most by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about 4% of the population.
Is that behavior genetic?
Not if we presume that social constructs cause violent behavior.
But what happens when anti-social behavior is evident long before social disparities could have an impact?
What if the children displaying violent behavior are being raised in stable homes with above-average income?
Such is the case with the children of Tunette Powell.
Without revealing specifics Powell insists that her preschoolers -- one whose violent behavior sent a classmate to the hospital -- was normal and that white children behaved even worse; but without the repercussions.
One after another, white mothers confessed the trouble their children had gotten into. Some of the behavior was similar to JJ’s; some was much worse.
Most startling: None of their children had been suspended.
After that party, I read a study reflecting everything I was living.
Black children represent 18 percent of preschool enrollment but make up 48 percent of preschool children receiving more than one out-of-school suspension, according to the study released by the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights in March.
Note that she uses condescending white parents as evidence to suggest that white students behave as bad and, sometimes, worse than black students. She then cites a 'study' that reveals black students are more likely to face discipline for their behavior.
One has to wonder if there is a study that confirms white students misbehave at a rate equal to or greater than their black classmates. We wonder if condescending black parents -- could they be found -- would be cited as evidence that black students are fairly disciplined, or given more leeway than their white peers.
Be mindful, my friends, that when your little ones -- be they children, grandchildren or kin or another kind -- are assaulted, bullied, beaten, spit upon, or sent to the hospital after having their heads smashed with whatever object a four year old can handle, it will be expected that you excuse such behavior as moral equivalence. You dare not complain, lest your peers return to your concerns with scowls of disdain.
Obviously, any white or Asian parent who dares acknowledge that black children are more violent prone is obscenely racist to the core. And when you gather with black parents it is your duty to pretend that the behavior of white and Asian children is no different from their black classmates. It's simply the moral thing to do.
On the other hand, if you care to bask in the sunlight of reality while the rest of the world imbibes in giddy-faced insanity, a video is posted to below that stands in stark divergence with the media's misdirection.
As males are genetically predisposed to violent crime and, therefore, comprise a disparate percentage of the prison population, so blacks are genetically predisposed to behavior patterns.
Am I an anti-black racist? Anti-male sexist?
No. I'm a realist.
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