A Brief Statement on Crime and Alleged “Black Criminality”

by Pascal Robert

The most pervasive and destructive forms of crime are committed by white supremacists (crimes against whole peoples) and global corporatists (crimes against all of humanity). “Black Criminality” is the stuff of propaganda.

 

A Brief Statement on Crime and Alleged “Black Criminality”

by Pascal Robert

On Crime and Economics

Until the world realizes that, barring certain extreme examples, CRIME is an economic construct of poverty and NOT a product of moral failure there will be more Trayvon Martin’s lining your news feed by the month.

On Equating Race with Criminality

Race is used as a proxy for criminality to deny the reality among the white majority that the rapacious economic order producing the poverty that motivates crime affects them in larger number than minorities, though in lesser proportion, merely because of the false assumption of white skin equating innocence.

On Racial Profiling

If the numeric rate of committing crime per race should be grounds for racial profiling, then every White male should be denied any licenses in the financial services industry because the super majority of crimes involving financial mismanagement in that profession lie among that ilk.  

On Alleged “Black on Black Crime”

When it becomes a statement of White American racial moral failure that we send men to murder and kill each other for wealth, riches, and status of hierarchy all over the world, It will then be a statement of Black American racial moral failure that our men murder and kill each other for wealth, riches, and status of hierarchy all over the hood.

On Incarceration and Prison

Incarceration and prison in American society are used as a means to warehouse primarily the poor who cannot be provided access to means of capital accumulation, due primarily to class position and by systematic design since the market economy requires at least a fixed number to be frozen out of economic participation. This number will continue to increase because less and less compensated labor is needed over time due to technology and wealth hoarding among the elite.

Pascal Robert is an Iconoclastic Haitian American Lawyer, Blogger, and Online Activist for Haiti. For years his work appeared under the Blog Thought Merchant: http://thoughtmerchant.wordpress.com/ You can also find his work on the Huffington Post here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pascal-robert/ He can be reached via twitter at: https://twitter.com/probert06 @probert06 or [email protected]