Thank you for all your work. It’s been a real eye opener.
I had the misfortune of growing up poor in NYC and going to public schools, so I know how nasty and violent black people can be, for no reason. I also had the misfortune of being immersed in a Humanities PhD program at CU Boulder where everyone had apparently grown up in upper middle class white communities and so was ignorant of the reality on the ground.
As you well know, these people make up all sorts of fantasies about race relations and because they never bother to leave the safety and comfort of their rich, all-white communities these fantasies are never tested against reality. Yet nevertheless, such people become the purveyors of wisdom on the subject, and anyone who dares contradict them is dismissed by being labeled racist.
I was forced to read so much far-left academic bullshit on the subject that I actually came to doubt to some extent my own early experience of black people. That is until I had a run-in with a black ghetto woman which brought all my memories flooding back.
I don’t know how I could ever forgotten them. Black violence aside, the black people in New York are just plain nasty to everyone else and no one is allowed to say anything back.
This is just “normal” out there. I though that it was just NYC or just my own experiences when I began doing some research which has lead me to your book and much else.
It is gaslighting and it is terribly damaging.
I just want to make sure that I am on solid ground before I talk to people about it. Do you happen to have the link to those studies that you say support your claim that black people use drugs at higher rates than whites? It’s really critical to have them available.
I couldn’t find them on your web site.
Thanks again and keep up the good work.
Here are the links to a few articles and studies: One that i wrote about it, the other with the two links.
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