UPDATE: CofCC.org incorrectly reported that the Salt Lake City Weekly censored the race of the perpetrator. We have been informed that the perps mug shot was printed on the front page of the weekly, just not shown on the online version. In fact, the newest issue of the Weekly contains a letter to the editor claiming it was “racist” to publish the perps mugshot.
Unfortunately many publications do actively censor information about non-white crime perpetrators. Recently the LA Times publicly admitted doing this and claimed it was justified “so as not to stigmatize any one group.”
For six white women in Utah, fraternizing with a “charming” black man led to violent rape. Media networks like MTV, VH1, and the CW are going all out to encourage white women to date black men. None of these media outlets tell the horrible reality of what this brings.
When “Laila” went to a Salt Lake City hospital to report she had been raped, a counselor told her that in Utah, “You get in more trouble selling a bag of weed than raping a woman.”
For the next two and a half hours, forensic nurses examined her for evidence of the sexual assault she’d endured six hours earlier on June 8, 2003, when a man she’d met at a nightclub pulled her into an alley and raped her.
The now-35-year-old mother of three, who requested her name be withheld, says, “I had an overwhelming sense of feeling dirty.”
When she got home, she told her father, who was visiting from Alaska. He shook his head, unable to speak, then put his coffee cup on the counter, got dressed and left. After the assault, Laila’s ex-husband, according to court documents, unsuccessfully sought full custody of their children.
“I felt so low, so defeated,” Laila says. “The thing about rape is that you don’t get victimized [just] that one time. I felt that way so many times.”
Her rapist, whom she described to Salt Lake City Police Department Detective Cody Lougy as “a pretty boy” with waxed eyebrows, was 28-year-old Azlen Adieu Farquoit Marchet. When questioned, Marchet told Lougy the sex was consensual, a defense he used to respond to Laila’s accusations and similar ones from multiple other accusers.
Black men commit spousal homicide at 8 times the rate of whites. Spousal homicide among black men married to white women is even higher. White women are 12.5 times more likely to be murdered by a black husband than a white one. Black men who identify themselves as “heterosexual” are 15 times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. Black men are also more likely to have undiagnosed HIV/AIDS. Sex with black men accounts for the majority of all cases of HIV/AIDS among white women. Intravenous drug use accounts for most of the rest.
According to the FBI, black men rape more white women than black women. Less than 1% of all rapes committed by white men are against black women. In some years, two thirds of all rapes committed by black men are against a white, Hispanic, or Asian victim. Meaning black men committed two rapes against non-blacks for every one they commit against a black woman.
CW is pushing interracial dating to young white women. This network features a lineup of original shows largely aimed at young white women. Shows like Gossip Girl, Smallville, One Tree Hill, America’s Next Top Model, and many others. A new show appears solely dedicated to promoting interracial dating. The main characters are a blond cheerleader and her boyfriend, the lone black male on the cheerleader squad. The black male is portrayed as charming, compassionate, and morally superior to the white men in the show.
In reality, white women dramatically increases their chances of being abused, raped, or even murdered. Look at the statistics for young black women below. Then keep in mind that black men are even more likely to rape a white woman than a black one, and have a higher rate of spousal homicide against white women than blacks.
Black females aged 15-19 are 3.9 times more likely to die of homicide or AIDS than white females in the same age group. This increases to 4.4 time for females aged 20-24 and 7.3 times for 25-34. Source.