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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

The law of averages...Cops are not immune

The law of averages:

the expectation that a possible event is bound to occur regularly with a frequency approximating to its probability

In other words if you flip a coin thousands of times the likelihood of heads  every time is zero.

We can apply this same theory to the cops. They make thousands of arrests each year. The greater the amount of arrests the more likely something is going to go wrong.  Most go routine.  But we only hear about the ones that don't. Particularly if it's a white cop and the perpetrator is Black. During this administration the cops are railed against and no longer portrayed as the good guys. In fact the good guys are now bad. The bad good. The criminal element seized on this becoming even more brazen (supported by so-called "witnesses") knowing all they need do is shout "foul play" and their cries will be acted on by opportunist politicians, and certain men of the cloth, only to willing to exploit the situation. For an added measure, just to amplify the situation, POTUS filed adoption papers for the son he never had! And lets not forget the MSM stoking the flames of racism by calling Zimmerman a "white Hispanic" and taking this...

 and morphing it back into this.

Look, I'm not saying there are no bad cops. But considering the amount of arrests and what they have to go through the use of excessive force is extremely low. Especially when you take these statistics into account. 


Statistics by age group

A black male born in 1991 has a 29% chance of spending time in prison at some point in his life.

(They speak of it like it was a disease. In a way it is... the government became their father)

One out of nine African American men will be incarcerated between the ages of 20 and 34.

Black males ages 30 to 34 have the highest incarceration rate of any race/ethnicity.

(According to America Community Survey.)

Huffington Post Politics piece Can Black Boys Cry? Tears Of Trayvon Martin states "African-American men comprise a mere 6% of the American population, but according to the Department of Justice, they make up nearly half of the 2 million inmates in U.S. jails or prisons. According to the U.S. census, nearly half of America’s 19 million black men are under the age of 35 years old, and the ratio for young black male imprisonment is around 10 percent, or 10,000 prisoners per 100,000. (Note: This is not counting the additional numbers on parole, or on probation, which add significantly to these numbers.) Placing this ratio in context, as of today, India, a country of 1 billion people, only has about 300,000 prisoners, a ratio of 30 prisoners per 100,000 people. During South African apartheid, the prison rate for black male South Africans, under immensely unfair laws, was 851 per 100,000. In America today, young black men face a rate of imprisonment effectively ten times that number."

Prison vs. College

Several studies have concluded that overall, more black males are in prison than are enrolled in colleges and universities. In 2000 there were 791,600 black men in prison and 603,032 enrolled in college versus 1980, when there were 143,000 black men in prison and 463,700 enrolled in college. In 2003, according to Justice Department figures, 193,000 black college-age men were in prison, while 532,000 black college-age men were attending college. On an average day in 1996, more black male high school dropouts aged 20–35 were in custody than in paid employment; by 1999, over one-fifth of black non-college men in their early 30’s had prison records.

If Barry can decree amnesty for illegals why not make a HS education mandatory?

Other studies contradict this, see NPR Are There Really More Black Men In Prison Than College?

According to Antonio Moore in his Huffington Post article, "there are more African American men incarcerated in the U.S. than the total prison populations in India, Argentina, Canada, Lebanon, Japan, Germany, Finland, Israel and England combined."

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Please don't give me that socially and economically deprived BS.
Because how then do you explain Barry and Oprah?


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