Whenever white people talk about Black people, they love to pull the “Black on Black” crime card, as former Republican mayor, Rudolph Guiliani did a couple of weeks ago on Sunday’s Meet The Press. Apparently, in his mindset, 93% of Black people kill other Black people, and so it goes, white cops are needed to protect Black people from other Black people. His comments were in rebuttal to the recent grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown decision.
I just happened to be watching that morning and his arrogance was just galling. He was tired of hearing minorities complaining about the violence of white police officers, thus, justifying his comments. What he said more or less was a deflection of the real issues: The lack of diversity on the Ferguson police department.
Here’s a few quips from Giuliani that just made one want to go through the television screen:
“The white police officers won’t be there if you weren’t killing each other,” Giuliani said during the heated exchange in which the two men spoke over each other.
“Why don’t you cut down your crime so so many white police officers don’t have to be in black areas?” Giuliani asked. “Ninety-three percent of blacks in America are killed by other blacks. We are talking about the exception here [in Ferguson]… I would like to see the attention paid to that — that you’re paying to this.”
White Supremacy is a mental illness and needs to be treated very seriously.
Giuliani actually took the attitude and stance of many whites who love to preface their statements with negativity about Black people but somehow, casually justify or dismiss their own behavior throughout society and history.
Yet, Black people are inherently violent, thus, they must use violent force against Black males in particular–just to be safe.
Pure hypocrisy. White people own the most weapons of any group in this country and are the main ones always talking about gun rights, yet, they want to take them away from Black people?
At this point, I’ve reached a very high intolerance for white people and their casuistry.
Anyone who has taken statistics, knows very well that information can be misused and given then naivete’ of most in the general public, does anyone really understand what these people are even saying when they just spew out ridiculous numbers, as Giuliani did.
And I find it rather facetious of this man to dare to insinuate of the violence of Black people, completely ignoring the reputation of his own Italian community.
There seems to be a secret war being directed at Black people, particularly by the Republican party.
White people have committed the most violent atrocities on people of color around this world, yet, feign responsibility, and have the temerity to justify white cops or white people, being justified in killing Black people because of their innate fear of people of color.
This is lunacy and I’m calling Giuliani and people like him out.
White people are in no position to be the moral judges of anyone on this planet–and God knows that.