With all the news stories in America about knockout games in November 2013, we got to see some prime examples of how White Americans report a crime trend. CNN, NBC, ABC and Fox News put the racist trolls on this blog to shame! Paid professionals at work!
For best results, follow these simple steps:
- Pick a crime trend – or make one up! Consider only street crimes. Crimes against humanity by America or its allies, crimes by Wall Street bankers, American corporations or middle-class white people over the age of 21 do not count. Crimes by white men do not a trend make.
- A drop in black crime: This can count as a trend but only if you can credit the actions of white people for it, like “stop and frisk” or “The War on Drugs”. Whatever you do, never credit “black culture”, “black leaders” or “black parenting” for it! They can only be blamed, never praised. That is like a rule of White American culture.
- Gather anecdotal evidence. Cherry pick news stories and YouTube videos from the past two years that fit your trend. Pick the six best examples. Important qualities:
- Geographic distribution: You will need examples from several parts of the country for it to count as a “disturbing nationwide trend”. The Northeast, California, Texas and Florida are best since they have the biggest audiences. You want to be able to say stuff like “across America” and “in several states”.
- Criminals – blacks, maybe add a Latino. Whites commit most crimes, but blacks seem more frightening due to racist stereotypes.
- Victims – whites, maybe add an Asian.
- Video – the grainier the better! Should be in a public place. You will need a short part that you can show over and over again. Two YouTube videos are enough for a national trend.
- Statistics – not required! Use them only if they make your point.
- Interview the experts – not criminologists or police chiefs, but:
- victims or their relatives – if white or Asian.
- black teenagers – interview them on a city street (the inner city!). Ask them about the trend. Edit as needed. Fuzz out their faces for added effect. Even if you do nothing else, this alone will make the crime seem like a black thing, part of “black culture”.
- black community leaders – they will want to condemn it, while you want to imply it is a black thing. If they do not condemn it, then point that out. Either way you win!
- psychologists – ask them why anyone would do such a terrible thing.
- Wording – use the words “disturbing” and “growing”. Use “trend” even if you just say, “Is it a trend?” Work in “youth” if you can – older people tend to believe the new generation is the worst one on record, even when it is not. But be careful about race:
- Race – Unless you are on Fox News or it is a hate crime, you will probably not be able to point out race. So let the pictures, videos and interviews do the talking.