DAILYKENN.com -- White people who ventured too far from the safe spaces found themselves victims of African savagery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Surprised? Don't be.
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It's the same savage behavior we witnessed during the 1992 Rodney King riots in Los Angeles: Village-raised, feral black savages attacking every white person they see; dragging them from their vehicles and pounding them in the streets.
|Reginald Denny was dragged from his|
truck and savagely beaten during
the 1992 Rodney King riots
The savagery was captured on video and posted on the Internet. A black female voice could be heard encouraging the savagery, then noting the "squad cars" were forced to leave as police abandoned helpless, unarmed white people to savage black rioters.
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The same black savagery was seen during the Watts riots in 1965 and the long hot summer riots of 1967.
Other American riots in which whites were attacked include:
1943 – Beaumont Race Riot of 1943, Summer, Beaumont, Texas
1943 – Zoot Suit Riots, July 3, Los Angeles, California
1943 – Detroit Race Riot, June 20–21, Detroit, Michigan
1943 – Harlem Riot of 1943, August 1–3, New York City, New York
1946 – Columbia Race Riot of 1946, February 25–26, Columbia, Tennessee
Rioting and attacking innocent white people seems to be inheritable traits that are seen universally, transcending time and geography.
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