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[Benjamin Aaron Shapiro:] Source: LYBIO.net
I’m offended by the language of uprising applied to people who are breaking into other black people’s stores and looting them. This is a lack of values. And people who are destroying private property, destroying cop cars, in an uprising against what exactly, against the black police chief, against a mostly minority police force, against the black mayor, against the black president, against the black attorney general, against the entirely – against a city council that is nine of 15 are black and all 15 are elected Democrats? What is the uprising against? What is it seeking to achieve?
I still don’t see what exactly the riots are seeking to achieve. The bottom line is – this is all – it all could be boiled down to just act like a mensch, act like a human being. Honestly, it’s not a useful – its not useful to riot. It’s not useful to break things. It’s not useful to throw rocks at people. And the idea that we are supposed to sort of correlate your level of outrage…
Lets hold on with the idea, I’m going to stick to the 30 seconds…
[Ben Shapiro:] Yeah, the last sentence. The last sentence – the idea that we are supposed to correlate your level of outrage with a certain level of justification; in other words, the more outraged you are, the more angry you are, the more justified you must be is absolute nonsense.
How can you argue that racism is not a driving factor in income inequality?
Because it has nothing to do with race and everything to do with culture. And when you have a culture that doesn’t… and when… and when…You know what, explain to me, you explain to me why black kids aren’t graduating high school. You explain that one to me.
Explain to me why black kids are shooting each other in rates significantly higher than whites are shooting each other? Explain me why 13% of the population is responsible for 50% of the murder. Explain to me, why the number of blacks, black kids in prison not for innocent reasons, not for walking down the street and getting pulled into a prison is so high.
Explain, if it has nothing to do with culture, explain to me why the single motherhood rate in the black community jumped from 20% to 70% in the same course of time that the Civil Rights Movement has made such tremendous strides.
Is America more racist now than it was in 1960, and if it is, please explain to me how that happened?
Anybody can jump in it’s an open mic there.
But there has to be racism. You can’t say there’s no racism…
No, no. No, no, no. I’m just saying that I don’t know which animal – maybe we’re talking about dogs or something. I’m talking about human beings and I’m like, human beings are most likely going to have racial prejudices I’m just so sorry! I’m just so sorry, I don’t know – I don’t come from – I come from planet earth!
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Hey Charles. Charles, I just I want to ask you a question, so your default is that when there is no evidence, racism is the deciding factor?
No, no, no. I was not saying that. I’m just saying that that you’re gonna have sexist you’re gonna have racist, you’re gonna have all this stuff. I mean, I’m just saying that.
I agree it exists but the problem that I’m seeing, and this is the problem with the general conversation, is that there’s no solution in simply saying there’s racism out there. How does that solve anything? I mean, when you talk about there’s institutional racism, what does that mean? Show me a law that is racist in intent and we will agree. Show me a police officer who commits a racist act like we saw in South Carolina right where a police officer shot a black man running away and it was obviously unjustified and I will agree.
But you – the idea that you can craft a narrative based on no racism because it just must be somewhere out there in the ether, that doesn’t solve problems for anybody. It creates more problems for people, because now they grow up in a milieu and an environment where they are told that every obstacle they face is from some shadowy, nameless, faceless group who is out to get them simply because of the color of their skin. They’ll never succeed in that environment.
[Ben Shapiro:] Source: LYBIO.NET
On the black lives matter idea, I want to find the people. I want to find the people alongside you who think black lives don’t matter. I’m still looking for those people. Really, I mean, like the implication is, of course, that for a bunch of people out there, for some reason, they’re fine with black people getting shot in the street for no reason.
Hands up, don’t shoot was based on a lie that’s problematic. The idea that there is a huge number of black young men who are being shot for no reason by police officers, is not statistically true. It’s just not statistically true. The fact is that according to statistical studies at John Jay College, if you are a white man in a similar confrontation with police, you have a better chance of being shot by police than if you are a young black man. More white men are shot by the police every year in the country than young black men are shot by police in the country.
The idea that that there is a spate and I can – and there’s an easy proof, we know all of their names. We know all of their names. When there’s a – there are 30 million black men in America. Okay, when we know all, President Obama said that we have a spate, it’s a slow-rolling crisis, once every couple of weeks we have a case that’s under dispute. So let’s take his statistic, okay, so let’s say it’s 26. No, one is too many and we all agree but is it really a slow-rolling crisis with a broad trend across the nation when there are 30 million black people in the entire country and 26 people are shot under disputed circumstances and probably in at least half of those the cop is at least justified. In Michael Brown, he was justified. Okay. Basing it on falsities, you can’t base a narrative on lies.
We’re running out of time, I want to do a follow-up to…
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