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If the term systemic racism were thrown around one time, it would be too much. As it is, the word has joined the list of once emotionally-powerful words that now mean absolutely nothing through sheer overuse. It joins the brotherhood of other terms like racism , white supremacist , Nazi , and Jim Crow . To be sure, the origins of those words are horrific; they just mean nothing in a modern context.
While hideous, there is a panache leftists have with language. Systemic language means nothing and everything at once.
A recent article at The Blue State Conservative looked at ten additional ways the Manhattan Institute’s Christopher Rufo could have swatted away the insidious racism manifested by Marc Lamont Hill in a recent interview. Until most Americans are armed with debate techniques and focused repartes, the emotional appeals of leftism will continue to hold sway over most good-but-ignorant folks. In terms of systemic racism, an obvious rebuttal comes by looking at who exactly runs the show. If the systems are bad, why not look at the leaders of such a system?
Democrats are in charge of all of the most murderous cities in the United States. In terms of total population, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Houston are the biggest black cities in America. It is in these cities – not rural white cities home to white Supremacist Trump supporters – that blacks are exposed to the highest rate of murder and sheer number of murders. According to the FBI, over 90% of these murders come at the hands of another black. In other words, white supremacy is a fraud and total boogeyman.
The following chart breaks down the five cities with the highest total of black residents and explores the relationship between the make up of the police force and the rising death totals due to murder.
The next table shows the five citries with the highest murder rate in the United States, followed by a breakdown of their racial demographics. One of the chief problems within the black community is not white supremacy or systemic racism, as the political left […]