Despite making up just 13.6 percent of the general population
, black people of African descent are responsible for
60.4 percent of all murders across America, the latest data shows.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) revealed this in its official Uniform Crime Reporting statistics for 2021, which reportedly took extra time to compile due to a huge decline in cooperation by local police departments.
In 2020, around 85 percent of local law enforcement agencies agreed to contribute data to the FBI for this report. In 2021, however, that figure dropped to around 64 percent, in some cases due to changes in formatting that are more complicated than they used to be.
Even so, it is clear that the number of murders caused by black people increased pretty dramatically from 2020 to 2021. In 2020, blacks accounted for 56.5 percent of murders. A year later, that figure ballooned to an astounding 60.4 percent.
One suspected reason for this increase is the "racial reckoning" promoted by the corporate-controlled media following the George Floyd false flag incident that occurred on May 25, 2020.
"Keep in mind that murder investigation closure rates are lower in black communities due to 'snitches get stitches,' so 60.4% might still be a modest understatement," one reported explains.
"As always with FBI stats, unlike CDC stats, the white category includes a whole lot of Hispanics ... Overall, America in the Current Year has a gigantic black gun murder problem."
Nearly 60 percent of all murder victims in America are also black
By far, the most common murder weapon used by murderers in America is a handgun, followed by a knife, a rifle, an automatic handgun, a shotgun, and an automatic rifle.
The most common murder victims are black people, the data further shows, giving weight to claims made by Jason D. Hill, a black professor at DePaul University in Chicago, that most black murders are committed by other blacks
"White or Hispanic" people are the second-most common murderers and murder victims, with Hispanics still, for whatever reason, being lumped in with white people as the same demographic.
Looking at the data, it becomes undeniably clear that America has a serious black violence problem, a fact that might be politically incorrect to say out loud but that is factual nonetheless.
America also has an illegal handgun murder problem, which more gun control will not solve because criminals are not following laws in the first place – hence why they are criminals.
"Why no separate category for Hispanic?" asked a commenter about the problematic reporting method of lumping Hispanics in with whites. "Is the FBI lumping Hispanic crime into the White category?"
Another wrote that most black crime is presumably committed by younger black males, which make up an even smaller percentage of the overall 13.6 percent of black people that comprise the American population.
"I am assuming black males between 14-49 are no more than 4% of the total population," this person added.
"Police departments are dubious about the Hispanic category," wrote someone else.
"Hispanic is not a category on the FBI fingerprint card," said someone else. "Virtually all Hispanics, Middle Easterners, North Africans, and much the population of central Asia get listed as white on the fingerprint card."
"As a reminder, when NYC reports that the schools are 15% white, that means that people from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq are being counted as white."
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the New York Police Department (NYPD), two major departments that did not contribute to the FBI data, both also do not cooperate with the CDC's Abortion Surveillance annual data collection project, noted another.
"Data about uncomfortable phenomena is getting harder and harder to come by," this person added.
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