Tuesday, August 30, 2022

David Cole on anti-White bias against White victims

By David in TN
Tue, Aug 30, 2022 5:07 p.m.

David Cole on anti-White bias against White victims

Our friend David Cole's latest tells how the "White-girls-get-too-much-attention" syndrome started with rape-murder of five-year-old Samantha Runnion in 2002.

To be more exact, it was non-White-on-White crimes the msm didn't want to hear about. Samantha Runnion's killer turned out to be a mexican with a long rap sheet. Cole wrote:

"times 'media critic' Howard Rosenberg wrote an August 2 front-page entertainment section piece decrying the media's obsession with 'white girl' victims. 'The national coverage of Samantha's killing probably went too far.'"

"I asked Rosenberg if he knew the typical profile of a 'stereotypically kidnapped' child. After all, if white girls are stranger-abducted more frequently than nonwhite girls, the 'disproportionate' media coverage would make sense."

"In response to my inquiry, Rosenberg replied, 'I don't know.' And then he turned into Ron Unz, 'I'm only asking questions!'"

"The most pathetic cop-out imaginable, especially from a 'journalist' who had ample ability to obtain answers. But like Unz, Alex Jones, and all crackpots who whine, 'I'm just asking qwest-chins,' the goal isn't to actually find answers, but to use 'questions' as cover for NOT seeking answers."

"Had Rosenberg wanted 'answers,' he could've consulted the doj's 2002 report on child abductions. White non-hispanic children were the victims in 72 PERCENT of stereotypical kidnappings in the years covered. An OVERWHELMING majority. But charlatans like Rosenberg feigned ignorance of that figure because context can kill a good antiwhite crusade."

There's more in the article about attempts to make anti-White bias the law of the land and how pro-black are the normie republicans Cole knew when working in gop politics.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

GRA:Another potential Mex on White crime/kidnapping/murder--as White woman with kids--disappears 8 days ago from GR.


GRA:The only question is,was it voluntary?The more info that comes in--doesn't seem that's the case.

PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Authorities are asking for the public’s help finding a missing Plainfield Township woman.

An undated courtesy photo of Yenly Garcia. (Kent County Sheriff’s Office)
Mollie Schmidt, 33, was last seen on Aug. 21 at her home near the intersection of East Beltline and 5 Mile Road NE. She is described as being around 5-foot-2 and 100 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes.

The Kent County Sheriff’s Office said Schmidt left behind her children at her home, which is uncharacteristic behavior.

She may be with Yenly Garcia, 44, of Wyoming, according to the sheriff’s office.

GRA:Many Mex from Wyoming,Michigan are criminal types.He has a record the length of the Rio Grande River.