A letter to the caucasian neighbor

Dear Caucasian Neighbor

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Anonymous (#1147)
maybe it's because black people are responsible for like 70% of the violent crime despite only being like 20% of the population so maybe he's just playing the odds.
Anonymous (#1183)
On the other hand, most white collar crime (fraud, embezzlement, etc.) is committed by white folk, so how would you feel if you overheard a blck dude saying he didn't want his retirement fund ripped off by no honky?
Just a question to consider...
Anonymous (#1659)
Wrong. Per capita, blacks actually commit more white collar crime than whites. Do your research next time.

The fact that blacks commit a lot more crime than whites is validated by both arrest records and the National Crime Victimization Survey. This survey actually asks the victims what type of crime was committed against them, as well as the perceived race, age and gender of the offender. Therefore, it's erroneous to conclude that the police are singling blacks out.

Lose the blind egalitarianism, people are waking up and you may as well too.
Anonymous (#1749)
I love how people try to defend their blatant racism. It makes me chuckle.
Anonymous (#1750)
Pretty sure your statistics are going to depend heavily on where you are, as will crime density. Actually, the statistics I've seen suggest more strongly that poverty's a much, much better indicator for crime than any other factor with the exception of violent insanity. Of course, in many area of the US (and probably at least to some degree elsewhere), there's a pretty strong statistical correlation between race and wealth. And no, it's really not as simple as a "those people are lazy" thing. This is all material that's pretty well covered by sociology.

Beware statistical data. It's pretty easy to infer all kinds of things if statistics are handled recklessly, most commonly by ignoring some variables in a profoundly multidimensional issue. There are still people trying to argue that global warming has stopped, citing statistical data where they use a sample size too small to prove anything--but the graph sure looks flat. Remember that the easiest person to deceive is yourself.
Anonymous (#4266)
I know you're not supposed to be an internet grammar cop, but the guy who wrote the letter forgot the brackets around the word, "you," in his quoted text.

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