Jim Goad writes:
Last Wednesday during a hearing before a House Subcommittee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance, “Auntie Maxine” rattled off a litany of alleged domestic terrorist attacks committed by reputed white supremacists that have led to her being spooked about being killed by whites. And it’s a legitimate concern, seeing as how the plush LA neighborhood that she calls home is only 6% black—she’s surrounded by whites at all times. If she were truly that scared, she would move to the congressional district she represents, seeing as it’s only 15% white.
Among the incidents she listed were the 1992 Ruby Ridge standoff in which three were killed. She failed to note that the three victims were a white federal agent and the white son and wife of Randy Weaver, who was a white separatist who wanted to get away from nonwhites, not a white supremacist who wanted to rule over nonwhites. People REALLY need to learn the difference between the two terms, and if the press continues falsely accusing people of being “white supremacists,” people should start suing their socks off.
When it comes to being killed, the biggest risk to black Americans are other blacks, since black perps account for 93% of black murder victims.