One of the great hidden stories of the American Liberal Society is that of the racist rapes that go on in prison where vulnerable white male prisoners are raped by black gangs.
Whilst liberals seek a million excuses to excuse black racism against whites, Islamic extremism or Zionist Fascism - the reality of the rapes in prison that radicalise and racialise young whites is ignored and minimised.
It appears that whilst the merest form of racism such as a ' black look ' is enough to justify the title of a 'racist event' and cause 'emotional suffering' that justifies the anger of black society actualising in such events as riots, it appears that being the victim of male rape means nothing when the victim is white.
It appears that whilst America seeks to deny both the overwhelming black on white rape epidemic where black males rape white women outside prisons, at the same time it hides the reality of the vast numbers of rapes that black males commit in prisons.
Just because the rapist is in prison, doesnt mean the rapes stop.
All that happens is the black rapist transfers his evil onto an alternate sex - but the rapes are always black on white racist rapes, as the race of the victim always remains the same.
BECOMING A DEVIL by Joseph Sobran
WASHINGTON -- John William King has been sentenced to death for the cruel murder of James Byrd Jr., a black man whom King and his friends dragged behind their truck until his body was torn to pieces. Most murders are cruel, but in this case the cruelty was the whole point.
Far from repenting, King, a white supremacist, still gloats over his act. After his death sentence was handed down, he addressed an obscenity to Byrd's family. Such vicious hatred is almost unfathomable.
The entire town of Jasper, Texas, is ashamed of the crime. King's family is mortified and apologetic. But like many diabolical acts, this one has summoned grace: It has united the town in the desire for justice for the victim and mercy toward King's family.
But a perverse moral has been drawn. Liberal pundits are citing this bizarre murder as evidence of persistent white racism in America. King is being turned into a symbol of general white guilt.
The truth is more specific. A clue to the real explanation lies in King's personal history.
King served a two-year prison sentence for burglary, which suggests a predisposition to violate other people's rights. While in prison, he joined a white supremacist group and covered his body with Nazi and Klan tattoos. One psychiatrist at his trial suggested that this may have been a way to deter attacks by black inmates. Time magazine quotes another witness as saying King became part of a group known as "peckerwoods," described as "whites who would not yield money or sexual favors to blacks."
Just a few details mentioned in passing. But they are worth dwelling on. White convicts complain, unavailingly, of a particularly ugly fact of life in prisons: racial attacks on whites by non-whites. Assault, robbery and homosexual rape are commonplace. The fact that there was a special slang term among inmates in King's prison for "whites who would not yield money or sexual favors to blacks" is grim evidence of this condition. Apparently there was no need for a term for blacks who wouldn't yield money or sexual favors to whites.
There could hardly be a better recipe for racial hatred. Young whites like King, a minority in prison, are thrown to the wolves, and they know they can expect no protection or sympathy from prison officials, liberal opinion or society in general when they are bullied and raped. The fear and humiliation they suffer is almost unimaginable, and it goes unreported.
In such snake pits, their only safety may lie in joining racial gangs. It should be no surprise when they emerge from prison not only hating blacks, but despising all conventional standards of morality.
This doesn't excuse them when they commit crimes like King's. No "root cause" can relieve them of responsibility for their acts. But it does explain their race-hatred as something other than the residual racial prejudice of the larger society. That hatred is the natural result of the specific experience they are subjected to.
Few men want to talk about having been raped. It has the same horror for them as for women, with the added disgrace of feeling one's manhood annihilated in a setting where one can least afford to lose it. To be raped in prison is to become a target for frequent rape. When the rapes also have a racial motive, the victim can be expected to respond by going to irrational extremes -- murder, suicide or generalized hatred against the whole race he feels violated by. In a twisted way, he may try to reclaim his lost dignity by adopting racial supremacism, posing as racial victor instead of racial victim.
So King may have come out of prison with a lot more race-hatred than he took in with him. James Byrd did nothing to deserve to be the one to pay for it. But neither do other whites deserve to be blamed for his fate.
If society in general can be blamed for anything, it's for making a prison sentence a sentence to hell, where becoming a devil may be a survival strategy -- for men of any race.