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April 27, 2018

DAILYKENN.com -- 52.6 percent of homicides in America were committed by blacks who comprise only 13 percent of the population. 

Most were committed by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the population. That is, about four percent of the nation's population commits about half of all homicides. 

The statistics have varied slightly over the years. Blacks consistently commit about half of all homicides and most of their victims are black. 

Those of us who venture outside the fenced arena of political correctness can expect to be stigmatized (falsely) as racist and bullied back into the fold. 

For clarification: There is no correlation between race and homicide. Dark skin does not compel one to commit violent crime. Rather, violent criminal tend to be (a) males, (b) ages 18 to 49, and (c) within an IQ range of about 80 to 95. 

The three profile factors of violent criminals are:

1 - Gender
2 - Age
3 - Intelligence

A disproportionate number of blacks commit homicides because a disproportionate number of black fall within the three profiles of gender, age, and intelligence. 

Race is coincidental, not causal. 

A group of 1,000 will commit violent crimes at about the same rate regardless of race if the three profiles are the about the same. 

View FBI Crime Statistics here ►

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