When The Independent reported on a black man who shoved a 92 year-old white woman to the ground, it described it as: “Sex offender shoves 92-year-old woman to ground in New York.” But when it reported on an arson that occurred during a BLM riot, it described it this way: “Police offer $10k reward to find white woman accused of setting fire to Wendy’s during protests.”
Here are stories The Independent might want to look into:
Victim in brutal beating by five suspects: Last attacker said ‘Black Lives Matter’ when he kicked me in face
SHOCK VIDEO: Black Mob Targets White Kids for Vicious Gang Beatdown in Ocean City, Md.
UBER DRIVER CLAIMS CHAZ BORDER GUARDS POINTED PISTOLS AT HIS HEAD AND CALL HIM AN “AN OLD WHITE GUY”
Customer spit on me at drop off
Viral beating of Macy’s employee
Homeless man “randomly” attacks 73 year old woman
Black man sucker punches 12-year old white boy
White couple and their child brutally attacked by four male blacks
Group of over 100 armed black power militia harass white motorists
Dad and daughter beaten at deli
Woman beaten at airport
White Mother of One Shot to Death for Saying All Lives Matter
About that last one, as far as I know, not a single news network reported this; a friend sent me the link – and all we have is the victim’s testimony, but it has the ring of truth. Had it been a black delivery driver spat upon by a white customer, and told “Oh yea. Sorry, we don’t tip black people,” then it would be front page news on all the major networks.
It seems certain that there is now a rash of anti-white violence around the world, except that the Corporate Media refuses to report it. Instead, it picks through events, publishing only the ones that fit its agenda: Black victimhood and white culpability. The result is violence against whites.
Normally, I’m a supporter of freedom of speech, but when that speech is intended to incite violence, there’s a case to be made that it’s crossed the line. It’s gotten to the point where, in my opinion, the main networks need to be shut down, and their decision-makers sued.