Friday, May 1, 2009

Real Life Reality Is Different Than Reality TV...

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police believe a 72-year-old insurance claims adjuster arrested earlier this month is the most prolific serial killer in the city's history, having raped and strangled as many as 30 older women over two decades.

The victims in all 30 cases under review were older white women, mostly of lower incomes and often widows living alone, Cremins said. All had been sexually assaulted and most were strangled.

Now we all know, as the TV has repeatedly told us, that most bad people are White.
Now facts don't back that up, but, well, who are you to argue with TV?

Certainly not the White woman in the following article who was abducted and raped by a black guy,

The woman kidnapped from the parking lot of the Babies "R" Us on Rosedale Highway and then robbed and raped told her attacker she learned not to hold onto hatred because she was molested as a child.

That’s just one of the details unsealed in police reports in Superior Court.

The woman told detectives she complied with her attacker's requests because he repeatedly threatened to kill her 11-month old baby.

It is 17 News' policy to withhold the names of rape victims.

The woman had just left the Babies R Us store on when she noticed a man in a tattered military coat lurking in the parking lot, she told police. The woman told detectives she was worried because the man looked like a thug, but she didn't want to seem racist.


For about fifty years Whites have been indoctrinated towards hating themselves. They've been told they're "racists", "bigots", "prejudiced" and so on, ad infinitum, from media, schools, magazines, books, movies, television, churches, politicians etc... all the while all of the observable evidence is quite to the contrary.

White people are tolerant to a fault. It takes severe exposure to non-White behaviors before Whites will manifest their intolerance towards non-White crime and bad behavior in the form of stricter laws and enforced segregation.

In truth, we do not fear (or dislike) what we do not know, but rather, we fear (and dislike) that which we know.

None of us are afraid of falling from a forty story building because we never took the time to get to know the ground. We're afraid of such a plunge because we understand, and know of, gravity.

The fact is White peoples tolerance for diversity is directly related to their distance from it.

But TV is a powerful tool. So powerful, it seems, that it can manipulate people to such an extent as to cause them to suppress the reality they see with their own eyes and willingly walk into harms way.