But this time a couple of white men stood up to them. From Yahoo:
A group of Calgary teenagers picked the wrong time to start a fight. UFC middleweight Nick Ring, who will meet Court McGee on July 21 at UFC 149 in Calgary, witnessed a group of teens beating up two people who were waiting at a bus stop in the 9600 block of MacLeod Trail in the city.
Ring jumped out of his car, checked on the victims and then helped run down several of the suspects. Calgary police arrested three juveniles and charged them with common assault. Their names weren’t released, but they were a 17-year-old boy, a 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl. Sgt. Kevin Brookwell, a spokesman for the Calgary police, said a fourth male juvenile is being sought for questioning and could also face arrest.
The victims were both 17, a boy and a girl. The boy was treated at a local hospital for minor injuries and released…
Ring called the pack of kids who assaulted the couple “hoodlums” and said they showed no courage.
“They look they think they came right from a rap video,” Ring said. “They watch too many movies and they obviously think they’re a lot tougher than they are. They think it’s OK to rob people, apparently, but it’s not. This was a situation where they were just punks, and not very tough people. No one with an ounce of bravery would consider any such actions.
“I wasn’t afraid of one of them. They were wannabe gangsters and they needed to be dealt with.”
Ring said he didn’t know the name of the other person who came to the victims’ aid. He said that man did most of the work in subduing the assailants.
I’m assuming the victims were white; they could have been Asian. In any case, though I admire Ring’s courage, ideally, people should be better prepared and not depend on their bare hands to protect their fellow whites. It’s too dangerous; black thugs too often carry guns and they often gang up, in large numbers, against non-blacks who challenge them. The best way to confront them is with superior firepower.