DAILYKENN.com -- 3-year-old Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney was found dead in a Birmingham, Alabama dumpster. Charged with capital murder are Patrick Devone Stallworth, 39, and his girlfriend, Derick Irisha Brown, 29. Kamille died from asphyxiation by suffocation.
White people are to blame.
• According to leftist (dis)logic, the alleged killers were merely "enacting American whiteness," a phrase attributed to Dr. Nell Irvin Painter in the New York Times. Painter seemed to be excusing an alleged racist attack on a black girl in New Jersey by two Indian boys.
• White people can also be blamed by displacing reality with critical theory. A hypothesis can be imagined in which black violence is the outcome of trans-generational trauma caused by slavery and Jim Crow laws.
• Another notion, used to excuse black-on-black violence in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is to pretend red-lining somehow deprived blacks of opportunities to escape poverty which, in turn, engenders violence. Never mind that poor whites tend to commit fewer violent crimes than poor blacks. Appalachia, for example, is one of the poorest regions in the nation. It is also among the whitest, but has a relative low violently crime rate.
• Yet another option is to escape the virtual, make-believe fantasy world of cultural Marxism and embrace the reality that, just as men tend to have an elevated propensity to criminal violence relative to women, blacks tend to have an elevated propensity to criminal violence relative to other racial groups.
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