It’s no use trying to ignore it. A white man massacred dozens of people at a theater in Aurora, Colorado, killing 12 of them. It’s not the first time something like this has happened and for the pro-white crowd to remain silent about it*, even as we constantly draw attention to the (much worse) black/Hispanic proclivities for violence, only serves to diminish our credibility.
None of us ever claimed that whites are perfect. It goes without saying that, in a country that includes tens of millions of whites, some of them are going to be crazy or disturbed. But this sort of thing does appear to happen more often as the years pass – or perhaps it’s only the fact that today’s media works at the speed of light.
The enemies of gun rights are, predictably, leveraging this to their advantage. They claim that, had guns and ammo not been available to James Holmes, the mass killing would never have occurred. Yes, this is possible – but the shooting should not serve as justification for depriving us of our guns. The biggest murderers, over the last hundred or so years, have been agents of government. Are “gun-control” advocates demanding that guns be taken away from government?
A republican representative has stated that the loss of Christian values contributed to the massacre. That and the fact that none of the victims had his own gun with which to eliminate the threat. Considering how well-armed Holmes was (and dressed in body armor), I doubt it would have made much of a difference.
It’s too early for us to know what motivated Holmes to take the lives of so many innocent people. It’s possible Holmes himself doesn’t know. But it’s not too early for me to make two points:
1) Some tragedies are just that, and nothing we do can prevent them. We punish, we weep and life goes on. I don’t know if this is one of those tragedies.
2) Pro-whites should talk about such incidents openly and head-on. Whatever it is that motivates white males to commit such deeds, should be laid bare for all to see and pro-whites should be at the forefront talking about it.
*Of course I’m not accusing anybody of ignoring it; the incident only occurred yesterday.