As a former prison chaplain, I've long argued that the real racial problem in America isn't white-versus-black or vice versa: it's Black-versus-Hispanic or Hispanic-versus-Black. Now an article in Taki's Magazine begins to tell it like it is.
I can only guess that the reason you don’t hear much about black-versus-Hispanic violence in America is that you’re not supposed to hear much about it. It’s the sort of thing that swims upstream against the dominant narrative with the tenacity of a thuggish, heavily tattooed salmon. In the nation’s fevered movie dreams about racial violence, it’s white people (and only white people) who go about thrashing nonwhites (and only nonwhites). But in cities across the country—most notably, Los Angeles—one group of nonwhites is engaged in a prolonged, grinding, violent turf war with another group of nonwhites—and that’s something which is clearly NOT in the script. So it’s best for the crafty screenwriters to convince the dimwitted moviegoers that it’s not happening; failing that, they’ll squirm for a way to blame white people, anyway.
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The sinister-looking Lee Baca has been the LA County Sheriff since 1998. In 2008, he wrote an editorial for the LA Times called “In L.A., race kills”:
We have a serious interracial violence problem in this county involving blacks and Latinos. The truth is that, in many cases, race is at the heart of the problem. Latino gang members shoot blacks not because they’re members of a rival gang but because of their skin color. Likewise, black gang members shoot Latinos because they are brown ... Gang affiliation does not matter. Only the color of the victim’s skin matters ... I would even take this a step further and suggest that some of L.A.‘s so-called gangs are really no more than loose-knit bands of blacks or Latinos roaming the streets looking for people of the other color to shoot.
There's more at the link.
The article's collection of facts and incidents speaks for itself. Things really are that bad in certain sections of our major cities. Ask the cops who work there. If they're allowed to talk about it by their superiors (some of them aren't), they'll confirm what the article states.
Things are going to get interesting in America's inner cities as Hispanic gangs threaten the dominance of Black gangs by sheer weight of numbers. The Black gangs aren't going to go quietly. The struggle between them is likely to spill over into local communities, terrorizing residents and spreading crime to areas previously thought peaceful and law-abiding.