New: Memphis Mayor Targets “Black Boy Crime”

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Wharton: City Must Target ‘Black Boy Crime’ – Memphis Daily News


Wharton: City Must Target ‘Black Boy Crime’

By Bill Dries

Feb. 28 Behind The Headlines

As President Barack Obama talked from the East Room of the White House last week about violence and young African-American men and boys, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. was among a group of mayors meeting in New Orleans who say they are ready to back a new approach to the problem.

Wharton is among the big city mayors who formed “Cities United” to explore common issues and concerns. And the meeting in New Orleans was the inaugural session of the coalition.

“We know where the challenge is – it’s with young men of color,” Wharton said on the WKNO-TV program “Behind The Headlines” the day after the gathering and the White House speech. “We’ve got to just fess up to that – face up to that. … Young male blacks in the city of Memphis are in grave jeopardy – in the United States as a whole.”

The program, hosted by Eric Barnes, publisher of The Daily News, can be seen on The Daily News Video page,

Obama’s approach to the problem is My Brother’s Keeper, a private program with federal coordination and local support.


“The stubborn fact is that the life chances of the average black or brown child in this country lags behind by almost every measure, and is worse for boys and young men,” he said.

My Brother’s Keeper would work across several fronts, including mentorship programs and juvenile and criminal justice system changes aimed at a basic “disconnectedness” the president said is at the root of a cycle of problems and lowered expectations.

“We just assume this is an inevitable part of American life, instead of the outrage that it is,” Obama said. “That’s how we think about it. It’s like a cultural backdrop for us – in movies and television. We just assume, of course, it’s going to be like that. But these statistics should break our hearts. And they should compel us to act.”

Wharton termed the problem “black boy crime” and he said it is the specific issue that some social services agencies and advocacy groups want to avoid.

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blank libertarian1234 says:

“The stubborn fact is that the life chances of the average black or brown child in this country lags behind by almost every measure, and is worse for boys and young men,” he said.”

What’s he going to do, give them a brain transplant?

I’m surprised he doesn’t refer to “people of color,” which the black leadership always does, instead of “black or brown boys.”

Obama also doesn’t mention blacks exclusively, because to do so would shine the spotlight on them as the only real failures produced by this society as a group and, in so doing, he would admit that it is only blacks who can’t cut it really.

If he admitted to the truth, that would shut down the black grievance and “blame whitey” industry completely.

So by always including blacks in with “people of color” he’s drawing attention away from black failure, giving him the advantage of pretending every non-white is failing….not just blacks….and it helps him maintain the implication that everybody suffers at the hands of whites, because they’re unfair and evil.

Let’s understand one important thing. The only ‘minority” boys who comprise a dysfunctional group are blacks. Though Hispanics are not excelling as a group, they’re head and shoulders above blacks, and they’re getting along pretty well, and some of them are improving significantly. Indians, Asians, Middle Easterners, etc. are all outperforming blacks at an even larger margin.

So when Obama…and others…. says he wants to help “minority boys succeed,” he’s referring exclusively to blacks, because they’re in last place in I.Q., learning, and other mental abilities, plus most all of them are beset with a propensity toward crime and violence, mostly due to their very primitive nature and the same lack of intelligence that causes them to fail to learn and achieve.

This guy above thinks it’s everybody’s problem to straighten out black hoodlums. We’re all supposed to do that. Is that before of after they mob attack white people?

And how is he going to alter their basic personalities and their natural propensity for violence? And what about their inability to learn at a normal level?

Too, it’s important to note that blacks hate….and fight with….other non-blacks far more than they do with whites. And MANY non blacks are horrified when they’re included with blacks as “people of color” who can’t succeed.

I’m sorry, folks, to be so candid, but I’m sick and tired of being told that white people are to blame for black failure when it is no more than a plain, unadulterated lie.

blank Terence Sommer says:

Spot on brother.

blank WhiskeyJunkie says:

Minorities writing about minorities, and shattering the PC rhetoric, and other fallacious notions:

More and more, there are those that want to avoid being broad brushed in the “people of color” category. After all, the phrase really means Black.

Only libtards of all colors will stand by the PC indoctrination they’ve been fed all these decades – To their detriment, of course.

blank libertarian1234 says:

That’s an excellent interview of Ying ma. Thanks for the link.

I first read the report she wrote in about 1998 that is entitled, “Black Racism: The Hate That Dare Not Speak Its Name.” It was published in Front Page Mag, also.

If Hispanics and other minorities related their experience with blacks, I think it would reveal that every group in this country has problems with black trouble-making, as well as in countries overseas where there are movements that have formed to counter the problem.

blank WhiskeyJunkie says:

If freedom of association laws were allowed in most states, provinces, and nations, few if ANY would want to associate with blacks. End of story.

Here is a excerpt from a notable humanitarian, theologian and doctor that had to find out the hard way, the error of his ways and the undeniable truth:

“I have given my life to try to alleviate the sufferings of Africa. There

is something that all white men who have lived here like I must learn and

know: that these individuals are a sub-race. They have neither the

intellectual, mental, or emotional abilities to equate or to share equally

with white men in any function of our civilization. I have given my life

to try to bring them the advantages which our civilization must offer, but

I have become well aware that we must retain this status: the superior and

they the inferior. For whenever a white man seeks to live among them as

their equals they will either destroy him or devour him. And they will

destroy all of his work. Let white men from anywhere in the world, who

would come to Africa, remember that you must continually retain this

status; you the master and they the inferior like children that you would

help or teach. Never fraternize with them as equals. Never accept them as

your social equals or they will devour you. They will destroy you.”
– “My African Notebook”, Albert Schweitzer, 1939

What has been the result of this denial and this same hell that has befallen so many nations that have been paved with good intentions?

Just ask modern China. Currently, there are over two million Sub-Saharan Africans throughout China and Hong Kong. All of the woes and cries of victimization are echoes from Anglo nations. Different nations and culture, same crap.

I dare any humanitarian out there, to tell the the world where there is a Black owned & run oasis of a nation

worth pointing and moving to, as shining beacon of general success, advancement, innovation, and civility of it’s populace. They won’t even be able name ONE successful Black run city or state in America, LMAO!

Thanks for the heads up about the other report. Keep rockin’ and cheers!

blank Xscilune says:

I just read the Frontpage article,and I am going to get this book for my Loaded with White guilt friend.He blames his own race for everything wrong with the world but he respects Asians as superior,while believing blacks are only where they are because of ‘oppression’ .Well now he can hear it from an Asian that will tell him what I have been telling him for years,yes ‘they’ are racist! Maybe he will believe me now.

blank WhiskeyJunkie says:

If you want to know a “soul” of a people, just visit or ask any humanitarian worker that has worked in third world nations in eastern Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Central/South America, and of course Africa – that is not afraid of speaking candidly about their experiences with the peoples of those poor communities.

Conclusions can be drawn from empirical evidences and first hand accounts that can be documented by video and not disputed with hearsay rhetoric.

One of the best evidences that can be found, is in poor school communities across America.

Look across the racial & ethnic groups, and see how their graduation rates are, what are their overall behavioral tendencies, and the amount of parental involvement.

Meanwhile, non-blacks across the world, try with their most humanitarian zeal to fix what was not meant to be:

We have a future of Willing, able, and corrigible students that are TRULY being deprived of funds and attention that are being misallocated to the unworthy.

There is a future for us, when we start supporting and guarding those around us that CAN do right thing versus those that CAN’T.

It’s called Meritocracy. It’s just been an illusion thus far…