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The Taboo on Mentioning Black Mob Violence

By John Bennett, American Thinker - August 8, 2011

If you point out a wave of racial mob violence, you are "race-baiting," according to several liberal commentators.  Perhaps these liberals are the ones Attorney General Holder referred to when he called ours a "nation of cowards."

The wave of racist violence committed by black flash mobs is different from any other form of racism today.  The neglected social problem of racial mob violence is unique in its organization, the high numbers of people involved, the intensity of the violence, and the stark racial impact of that violence.  The violence is also unique in that it has been purposefully obscured by the mainstream media, with the editor of the Chicago Tribune, among others, saying that his paper will not report on the race of the attackers.

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