DAILYKENN.com -- Sane white people don't stroll through black neighborhoods. Unfortunately, some whites are attuned to the fantasy world of cultural Marxism as presented by the media while fully out of touch with the real world. So, off they go meandering their way; unaware of the danger that surrounds them.
Not until they encounter that real world are the red-pilled.
Such was the case of a white man who was knocked cold in the Bronx when approached by two black males. Laying unconscious on the pavement, video reveals a mob of blacks approaching the victim and rifling through his pockets.
And now you know why prissy white leftists prefer to live in segregated white neighborhoods.
So what's wrong with this story?
Black comedians (Chris Rock) sometimes jest about the dangers of black males walking through white neighborhoods. The truth is the exact opposite. What's more we are convinced that America's history is that of white violence targeting innocent blacks. Again, the truth is the exact opposite.
From newyork.cbslocal.com ▼
The surveillance video shows two men approaching 37-year-old Fernando Levano in the street. That’s when police said one of the men punches Levano so hard, he drops to the ground unconscious.
When the two men left, police said several other people came by and started going through Levano’s pockets, stealing his cell phone and other items.
Police said the man who threw the punch then returned and took cell phone photos of the victim lying in the street before both groups of people left the scene.
The victim’s sister, Cristina Zuniga, showed CBS2’s Clark Fouraker photos of her brother. She says he has a fractured skull and brain swelling. He’s unable to open his eyes or speak with his family.
“We don’t know how he’s going to react when he does get up. We hope he does get better,” she said. “I go every day since the first day I found out he was in the hospital and I’ve been there every day until he is over and I’m always going to be there until everything goes down, he gets justice.”
Neighbors describe Levano as a hard working father who had lived in the same area of the Bronx for more than 30 years.
“He’s not that kind of person,” said neighbor Gary Small. “That shouldn’t have happened to him.”
“I don’t know who did it and why they did it,” said neighbor Marita Frett. “I watched him grow up right here.”
Police said the two suspects from the initial assault were later caught on surveillance cameras on 183rd Street giving one another a high five.
“They think it was funny to go back and record him,” Zuniga said. “Why the people around him couldn’t call 911 to protect him? Right now he’s in ICU, critical condition. Don’t know if he’s going to survive.”
The family said a maintenance worker from a public school a couple blocks away eventually did call 911 and protected Levano from being hit by any cars.
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