|No matter what Obama does, black people in America have his back.|
Not long ago, Judicial Watch reported an interesting nugget of criminal information [Obama DOJ: Growth in Violent Crimes Against Whites, 10-19-2012]:
Not only is the U.S. economy in shambles, violent crime is at an all-time high and new federal statistics show that 2011 saw the biggest increase in criminal activity in nearly two decades with a large boost in the rate of “violent victimizations” for whites.The rate of violent crime increased by a whopping 17% last year, according to the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), marking the biggest jump since 1993. Property crimes also went up 11% last year. That means that in 2011 there were nearly 6 million violent victimizations and more than 17 million property victimizations, according to the DOJ figures.In an apparent effort to downplay the alarming statistics the feds explain in a press release that the swelling of violent crime is due to an increase in the number of aggravated and simple assaults. There was no “statistically significant change” in the number of more serious crimes such as rapes, sexual assaults and robberies, according to the explanation.
Here are more unsettling statistics buried deep in the DOJ’s new crime report; there has been a large increase in the rate of violent victimizations for whites, Hispanics and younger people. That means white non-Hispanics and Hispanics experienced an increase in violent victimization rates, while the rate for black non-Hispanics was stable, according to the DOJ stats.
|An interesting visual from the "Django Unchained" trailer -- cotton stained red with blood...|
This occurred at the previously recorded Soul Train Awards broadcast on BET Sunday (video follows with transcript and commentary):
JAMIE FOXX: First of all, give an honor to God and our lord and savior Barack Obama. Barack Obama.Please also notice that this clip was used as a promo for the presentation by BET.
It might be a stretch to dare bring out a comparison to the upcoming film “Django Unchained” (a movie that appears to be a glorification of a slave rebellion in the antebellum south), but let’s just look at few key quotes from trailers for the movie:
Another quote from a trailer has this provocative quote ['Django Unchained': Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx Face Off in New Trailer (Video), Hollywood Reporter, 10-10-12]:
The new clip features a conversation between the characters portayed by Foxx, DiCaprio and Waltz, during which DiCaprio's Calvin asks: "I've spent my whole life surrounded by black faces. I only have one question: Why don't they just rise up and kill the whites?"