“White man exonerated”

“White man exonerated.” The corporate-owned media is loath to use these words, even when the news story itself cries out for such a headline.

A Yahoo Lifestyle headline reads:

The accompanying video explains how Brad Pitman’s 4 year-old daughter was repeatedly asked leading questions, by El Paso County social workers, back in 1997. Over the course of these interrogations, the youngster’s story changed from “a man with dark skin, like my dad, hurt me” to “my dad hurt me.” Her dad was tanned at the time, because he worked in construction.  After 20 years of being prohibited from having any contact with his children, it turns out that the real culprit was Joel Market, a black soldier stationed at a nearby army base.

Innocent dad:

brad-pitman

Actual child-rapist:

joelmarket654

In the Yahoo video, viewers are not shown an image of the actual rapist until 3 minutes and 46 seconds into the video.

According to “Journalist’s Resource,” the optimal length of a news video is just over 2 minutes. I’m fairly certain that a majority of viewers never viewed enough of the video to have seen the image of the real rapist. It’s clear, from the comments section, that most viewers aren’t aware of the role social services played in this miscarriage of justice, let alone the identity of the actual rapist. This is just another case of Yahoo pretending to report the news, while actually using trickery to hide the reality of black crime from its viewers.

A Fox News article is a bit better, showing photos of both the father and the actual rapist, but it’s still necessary to scroll almost three-quarters of the way down to view the small snapshot of the actual rapist.

The point of this post is not to claim that whites don’t rape kids, or to say that all blacks are evil. I’m simply pointing out that had it been a black man falsely accused of raping his daughter, and then it turned out that a white man actually did it, we would never hear the end of the racial aspect of this story; the headline would have read: “Black man exonerated in daughter’s rape. White man found guilty!!”

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11 Responses to “White man exonerated”

  1. Well... says:

    So, do you think…

    1) the reporters (who might be white) are trying to advance an anti-white narrative?

    2) the reporters are afraid of being accused of or associated with anti-black racism, so they distort their reporting in a way that avoids even the possibility of the accusation?

    3) the reporters assume (perhaps rightly) that readers will be more likely to view their story if a two-second glance at it suggests a white guy rather than a black guy raped the little girl?

    If the races in the story were reversed as you hypothesized, do you think an anti-black narrative would be advanced? Would it be reasonable to suspect the reporters of anti-black racism? Would the story likely be more or less interesting to the average reader?

    I haven’t clicked any of the links but to me the remarkable aspect of this story is how justice was so miscarried; the racial aspect is totally irrelevant unless you go into it looking for that.

    • jewamongyou says:

      Yes on that last point. But again, if the races were reversed, it would definitely be presented as a racial thing. As for the three possibilities you present, any of those, or all three, are possible.

      • Well... says:

        If the races were reversed and it was therefore presented as a racial thing, do you think that would be appropriate from a journalistic perspective? I do. The only way to reach any other conclusion, I think, is to hallucinate that a journalist’s job is to stick to reporting only the facts about the story in question, in an unbiased way, without consideration of wider political issues that might touch upon the subject matter. But that would be like hallucinating that a truck driver’s job is to build square-dancing robots.

    • Once you have closely examined the crime stats and the reporting stats and techniques it becomes impossible to naively overlook the subtle and not so subtle biases.For instance this is a case of interracial rape I bet you didnt know that DOJ FBI crime stats over the previous black administration reports an average of 25,000 black on white rapes per year and an average of zero white on black rapes every year. Now honestly ask yourself is that the message the media has been giving you? When you start to look at these fact its easy to find excuses but n the end the racists are right about the fact and frankly that makes them right about race

      • Well... says:

        The way you write makes it impossible to understand what you’re saying.

        If you think “the racists are right about race”, then go do something about these horrible racial problems you perceive. Why are you sitting on the internet whining incoherently with run-on sentences? I’m a patient person but I have no patience for that.

      • Stan d Mute says:

        @Well…

        “Why don’t you go and do something?”

        Nice trollery chief. But most of us are bright enough to realize that “doing something” is a one-way ticket to permanent unemployment and poverty at minimum and a strong chance of lengthy incarceration among a majority African population. And while this “doing something” might advance the overall cause infinitesimally, it would cause substantial and permanent harm to family and especially to ones children.

        The only folks who could and should be “doing something” are those over 60 whose children are grown. These are the same people who sat and did nothing or actively participated in the wholesale demonization and dismantling of Western cultural mores and civilization from the 1960’s onward. This age cohort has an awful lot to answer for in my opinion and my contempt for them grows daily closer to real hatred.

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  3. jewamongyou says:

    Re: Well,

    I had no problem understanding what Colleen Peter was saying. But you conveniently don’t, and opt to nitpick her grammar instead.

    • Well... says:

      You and I have had enough exchanges by now that you should know I don’t shy away from any idea or topic.

      Colleen Pater’s comments are consistently comprised of these 100-word sentences in a fiery tone without paragraph breaks and sometimes missing punctuation. If you don’t mind parsing that then hey, it’s your blog, have at it.

      But if she responds to my comment or comments on my blog in that style, then I feel within my rights to ask that she writes in legible sentences that don’t take all day for me to pick apart into meaningful ideas–if there are any: “The racists are right about race” is not a meaningful idea, and not because a lot of people would find it offensive (I personally don’t really get offended by things, though I’m trying to be more sensitive to people who do) but because it has varying implications, many of which contradict each other, and this renders the statement absurd.

      Non-sequiturs like that are a large proportion of what Colleen writes. It’s that “C’mon, stop thinking about it so much and just agree with me” style of thinking, and as I said, I don’t have patience for it.

  4. Jagdflieger says:

    “The only way to reach any other conclusion, I think, is to hallucinate that a journalist’s job is to stick to reporting only the facts about the story in question, in an unbiased way, without consideration of wider political issues that might touch upon the subject matter.”

    Which are those wider political issues that you refer to? Journalists are expected to abide by a code of ethics and standards; what happens when those same journalists who have been entrusted with informing society are the ones whose reports are driving political issues that might be based on lies and distortion? Just how much responsibility do these people have to disseminate the news impartially even though the overwhelming majority are leftists and the reality of violent interracial crime is vastly different from what they would like us to believe?

    “If you think “the racists are right about race”, then go do something about these horrible racial problems you perceive. Why are you sitting on the internet whining incoherently with run-on sentences?”

    Like what? Seriously, what would you have Colleen Peter do personally to stop the following black on white crime, for example:

    http://www.kxii.com/content/news/Denison-Police-search-for-three-men-accused-of-sex-assault-415790973.html

    Please tell us. I’m sure police chiefs around the country would love to read what you have to say. Marches, cake bakes, prayer meetings, midnight basketball and even bring over Maasai warriors to speak to the “teens” and “youths” hasn’t worked so maybe you can come up with a better idea?

    “Non-sequiturs like that are a large proportion of what Colleen writes. It’s that “C’mon, stop thinking about it so much and just agree with me” style of thinking, and as I said, I don’t have patience for it.”

    Translation: I just got called out on my BS and I haven’t got an answer so I’ll just pretend that it’s beneath me to respond!

    • Well... says:

      “journalists who have been entrusted with informing society”

      Who entrusted them? Did you? I didn’t. And who has ever gotten “informed” from it? Seems to me they entrusted themselves and inform no one. You don’t have to let them get away with that claim, you know.

      “how much responsibility do these people have to disseminate the news impartially ”

      Suppose this responsibility was more than just an empty catchphrase (it isn’t). How exactly would a journalist actually go about disseminating the news impartially? What would impartially disseminated news look like? Have you ever seen it? Can it exist in reality? I don’t think so.

      “what would you have Colleen Peter do”

      There are safe neighborhoods all over this fine country. They are safe not because of magic, but because of people taking action to make them that way. My neighborhood for instance has a neighborhood watch. Others might have an HSA, which makes it harder for unsafe people to move in. Same for local zoning boards and so forth. These organizations are easy to participate in and even to become officers in.

      If you specifically want to target black-on-white sexual assault you could start an organization to teach self-defense to girls from low-income families, or volunteer with one of the many organizations like this that already exist. You could even mentor those girls so they have a better shot at getting into college or otherwise secure opportunities to live in safer areas. Etc. Going online and declaring that the racists are right is not going to save any innocent white girls though, and instead is likely to cement the wider society’s ideas about multiculturalism being good and the mean evil racists being mean and evil. That should be plainly obvious.

      “I haven’t got an answer so I’ll just pretend that it’s beneath me to respond!”

      I charitably sifted through Colleen’s non-English comment and found a phrase that summed up what it seemed like she was driving at, and I did answer it! Two separate times!

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