The first is from Colin Flaherty at American Thinker, "Black Crime Claims Life of Apologist for Black Crime." This past week David Ruenzel, a writer for the infamous Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), was killed in a black Oakland neighborhood. The SPLC is well-known for its attacks on anyone who is not far-left on the questions of race, immigration and crime. It is so aggressive that it has often called people's employers and attempted to get them fired for beliefs and opinions not shared by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Others are merely listed online as racists and bigots, and include prominent conservatives who oppose unlimited third world immigration or report the ongoing atrocities of Muslims.
David Ruenzel was a proponent of "critical race theory" and a critic of "white privilege." It appears Ruenzel was killed by the people he worked so long and so hard to protect and defend.
The second article is by Fred Reed, "Fergusons In Perpetuity, Thoughts On The Unfixable." Fred's article is brutal in its honest depiction of intelligence differences between blacks and other racial groups. The IQ gap is significant, and probably explains why blacks regularly destroy their own habitat through riots, looting and burning. Fred writes:
Two questions, methinks, arise from Ferguson's latest outburst. The first, political, is "Why does the country tolerate it?" The second, more anthropologically interesting, is "Why the eerie incapacity of underclass blacks to understand evidence, or law, or much of anything?" Of the countless explanations given for the poor performance and poor behavior of blacks in the US, one of them dares not speak its name: Low intelligence.It seems that the lower average IQ of blacks also explains their low impulse control, their lack of empathy for their victims, their inability to foresee the likely consequences of their criminal behavior.