This is a letter to Christopher Hallquist.
Christopher, did you also know that there are intelligent black men, like Taleeb Starkes, who completely agree with me? So don’t worry–you can agree with me without worrying about the Tumblr rationalist crowd thinking you’re racist. Just point it out to them that a black man has the same position! Easy! Think about that on your morning commute, please.
Here is the full text for quoting:
I am curious about your position on Black Lives Matter and what needs to be done about the whole issue. It is my view that blacks need to take their own responsibility for their own violent culture before they will stop being profiled by police. When police are prolifing them and causing greater black deaths through policing, it is my view that this is due to the fact that these blacks are more likely to attack and resist police. Therefore deaths like Mike Brown’s are a natural consequence of the higher (on average) black propensity to criminality, through their horrible culture that they refuse to aggressively remedy.
It is also my view, having attended a 95% black High School in San Francisco, that many blacks in black thug culture do not want to be helped. Therefore attempts at intervention from well-meaning whites are not helpful. You must understand that the typical lower or lower-middle class black person does not want help from well-meaning whites. They reject it. They reject speaking proper English, they reject wearing proper clothes, they reject attempts at acculturation. To this group, the ideal is someone like Young Thug–smoking weed all the time, violent, etc. This is not a stereotype, it is the truth as I know it firsthand from attending a 95% black High School.
To end the police violence, we must end the black thug culture that gives rise to a violent crime rate that is 8 times higher among blacks than it is among whites. This can only be done by making public examples of blacks who enable and encourage black thug culture. Only when these blacks who enable thug culture are openly derided and shamed on a medium that blacks watch, such as Black Entertainment Television, can the greater black propensity to violence be curtailed and the deaths from police action be stopped.
That is my response to #BlackLivesMatter. What is yours?
Michael M. Anissimov