Six times as many Blacks are convicted of felonies as compared with Whites relative to their respective populations.
Blacks overwhelmingly outnumber Whites in suspensions and expulsion from public schools.
Over a three year period, when I drove a taxi in Chicago, there was an average of 11 cab drivers murdered per year, making it Chicago's most dangerous job. All of the solved murders of cab-drivers turned out to be Black men.
An overwhelming majority of street prostitutes do not "date" black men because they consider it too dangerous. Even Black hookers will not get into a car with a Black man. Some of these streetwalkers are strictly controlled by Back pimps who also do not allow their hookers to date Black men because it is too risky. They don't want to lose income when their girls get injured, disfigured or killed.
Why are these truths being suppressed? Why are they not taught in our schools as part of African American studies? Why is the danger of the American Black man rarely a topic of news and commentary in the media? Why is this obvious danger rarely portrayed in TV and movies?
How can solutions be found if we ignore the obvious facts?
Attitudes of victim-hood and entitlement are being used to ignore, justify and excuse dangerous behavior.
Instead of setting high standards for all Americans, today's popular culture is encouraging today's youth to sink to the lowest common denominator in order to be cool, popular and to fit in. As a result of celebrating and embracing the negative characteristics of Blacks, all American subcultures are becoming more like America's most dangerous cultural group.
The "great society" programs were just coming of age in the 60's, just after the civil rights movement. The unintended consequences of programs that sought to help poor and minority families actually did them more harm than good. These programs "nudged" many fathers out of their homes and replaced them with welfare, food stamps, aid to "women, infants and children", etc.
The entitlement mentality, coupled with a broken family, has led to a social, moral and cultural breakdown in many black families. More good would come from challenging and encouraging struggling families, rather than sapping their motivation by supporting them on a subsistence level. A saftey net that exists within their families, churches and communities would be more effective than an impersonal government bureaucracy. Government aide leads to resentment and a false sense of entitlement.
Most liberals genuinely hope that their programs will succeed. However, today's lawmakers are very corrupt and view many of these programs as "cash cows" that will increase their own power by putting them in charge of distributing more and more funds.
In the end, the demoralization of the recipients of these programs predictably results in perpetuating fatherless homes, decreasing self reliance and fostering criminal behavior and disrespect for authority, the family, the church and women.