Bill O’Reilly continued to conduct his own, personal conversation on race Thursday morning with an appearance on Geraldo Rivera’s radio show. After laying out statistics that show how much more likely you are to be murdered by an African-American than anyone else, O’Reilly said he “doesn’t care” if the black community thinks he’s “stereotyping” them.

O’Reilly said the “big lesson” to take away from theTrayvon Martin case is that “many white people are afraid of black people, particularly young, black men.” That’s what he believes led George Zimmerman to shoot and kill Martin. “Zimmerman was afraid of Martin,” O’Reilly explained. “And he saw a guy who he didn’t know, dressed a certain way, and he was immediately suspicious of him… and then things got out of control.”

“I don’t want white people to be suspicious of young black men,” O’Reilly continued. “But the fact is that black Americans commit homicides at a rate 10 times greater, in the United States, than whites and Hispanics combined.” He said “until you address those kinds of statistics… you’re always going to have fear, and you’ll always have mistrust, and that’s the lesson.”


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  • Puggg

    It’s a good thing for Geraldo that this was a radio show, because he didn’t have to wear a shirt.

    • Easyrhino1

      Need to insert a rimshot.

    • me


  • borogirl54

    Bill O’Reilly is telling the truth. White people are afraid of young black men who dress in hoodies with baggy pants. Especially groups of young men. They may mean no harm but how are you supposed to know that?

    • Ed_NY

      You have to treat them all as if they are dangerous. Call it profiling if you will, I just call it experience. Better safe then sorry!

      • Erasmus

        Let those of us smart enough to profile live to pass on our genes. Let those too stupid not to reject the leftist claptrap, “celebrate diversity” and be killed off by the criminals.

    • newscomments70

      “They may mean no harm” ….They ALWAYS mean harm.

    • Jack Burton

      You have to ask why are they dressing that way to begin with, to be anti-social and threatening.

    • Erasmus

      The lefties are always calling for a conversation about race. But, just as with immigration, they don’t want a real conversation; they want to harangue and preach. They only say they want a conversation. But that will never happen, because a conversation involves truth, and lefties can’t handle the truth.

      A real conversation about race would reveal that most Americans, including black Americans, know that young, black males are the most dangerous demographic segment of our society. It would also show that most Americans, (including the poverty pimps who are only in it for the money), know that black America will never improve until the black community makes an honest assessment and recognizes how dysfunctional black “culture,” with its embrace of the criminal, its live-only-for-today attitude and celebration of unrestrained sexual abandon, truly is.

      • 1gravity

        There are voices within the black community who have been saying this for years.

    • Sick of it

      It’s normal for people to have a problem with a gang of people approaching them. Gangs of people often do terrible things.

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        You’re right. Gangs encourage the mob mentality which can be very dangerous.

    • Gislia Jackson

      If you make eye contact with one, it is perceived as an act of aggression. If you do not make eye contact with one, it is perceived as disrespect. Either way, violence will often follow.

      • Sick of it

        Aggressive eye contact and attitude, for men anyway, is always a better idea than not making eye contact or otherwise being passive. It prevents more violence than it causes.


      True,,, just look at their Hip Hop culture in which they choose to depict themselves as being sadistic criminals. People hear them in their noise mistakenly called songs talking about how “I be da one to put a bullet threw yo eyes son, N bash yo Mammys skull in jus becuz its fun”. And it’s an absolute fact that young black men emulate these rappers and actually do the kinds of things these waste of life rappers rap about, because it’s not just “music” to them, it’s their culture.

      For all the black people out there, especially the countless race baiters who say how evil it is for old white women to grip their purses a little tighter when they see a few young black guys doing their gangsta limp walk towards them. I just want to get on to the roof tops and scream, You Can’t Expect Me To Treat You Like Martin Luther King When You Both Present Yourself As, And Behave Like, Tupac Shakur!

      • Puggg

        And then they hold crime summits simulcast on hip hop stations trying to figure out what to do about all this violent crime that seems to pop up for some strange reason parallel to the hip hop rap genre. But don’t worry, they don’t come close to telling the “troof.”

        • Sick of it

          That “troof” may have something to do with rap music praising guys who act like thugs and women who act like whor**. It literally tells people to behave like criminals.

      • LaSantaHermandad

        What we need is an old White lady opening her purse and coming up with a Colt Python .357

    • 1gravity

      John Derbyshire got it right.

  • kjh64

    “O’Reilly said the “big lesson” to take away from theTrayvon Martin case is that “many white people are afraid of black people, particularly young, black men.” That’s what he believes led George Zimmerman to shoot and kill Martin. “Zimmerman was afraid of Martin,” O’Reilly explained. “And he saw a guy who he didn’t know, dressed a certain way, and he was immediately suspicious of him… and then things got out of control.””

    No, he shot Martin because Martin violently attacked him. Had TM NOT attacked GZ, he’d still be alive today.

    • bigone4u

      Your last sentence is such a simple concept, but even in the “no spin zone” (ha) it’s not understood. Martin tried to kill Zimm and that’s why Martin was shot. Simple.

    • AutomaticSlim

      Yes, Martin was committing felony assault and possible attempted murder.
      He caused his own death.

      Also, as he was in the commission of a violent criminal act, there should really be a law to prevent his parents from suing for wrongful death. A criminal, or his family, should not be able to profit from a violent crime.

      • Viking_61

        Liberals still refuse to admit that Tray-gone attacked Zimmerman, punched him, and had him on the ground, in spite of overwhelming evidence proving he did commit these acts.

        The thing that irritates me the most is when liberals claim “Zimmerman broke the law by refusing to follow orders not to pursue Tray-gone” or “Zimmerman is a murderer because he didn’t follow orders not to pursue Tray-gone”.

        • Since Mr. Zimmerman did not work for the police department, he was under no obligation to follow their “orders”.

          The police work for us; we do not work for them.

          • AutomaticSlim

            True, and also, he actually did follow the orders.
            He stopped pursuing Martin, went to the closest house to find the address, walked back towards his vehicle and then was confronted by Martin. He really did not do anything wrong. Not one thing.

        • Sick of it

          The physical evidence convinced me. The fact that his neighbor saw it all go down that way further solidifies that position. We’re supposed to believe the testimony of someone who wasn’t even there (Rachel Jeantel) over someone who was?

    • The big lesson is to refrain from assaulting strangers. Sometimes they have guns.

    • TheAntidote

      George Zimmerman really is what government and society have been propagandizing and instituting for 60 years: he is color blind. He probably believes in absolute equality, and as an automatic act of religious faith “judges people solely on the content of their character.”
      Martin was acting suspiciously. Zimmerman would have called up the dispatcher and gotten out of the vehicle if Martin had been Danish, Chinese, Mexican or Nigerian–and acting suspiciously.

  • connorhus

    Experience tells me if I see a pack of wolves around a carcass to not go near them. Is that profiling?

    • A Freespeechzone

      It’s called good judgement & common sense.

    • Viking_61

      Or a big mean dog looking over at you as he slowly eats his dinner… Not a good idea to put your hand near the food dish.


    • 1gravity

      Especially if you are the intended carcass.

  • Jefferson

    Bill O’Reilly will never again be invited to Liberal cocktail parties at Martha’s Vineyard after mentioning so-called “hate facts” (as Liberals like to call it) about Black Americans on the air. What he did is considered the ultimate taboo in mainstream media circles.

    • Bo_Sears

      Actually, the ultimate taboo is to acknowledge the diversity and nationality of the diverse white American peoples. It is strange that in an age of celebrating diversity, our diversity is smothered even by the president who, in his 2008 campaign, labeled one person as “a typical white person.” Can you substitute the name of any other demographic affinity group that would be deemed acceptable or reasonable?

      • TheAntidote

        Very interesting observation. We are all lumped together by the Negroes as plain “white bread” when in truth there is astounding diversity not just in physical types but in culture and religion/philosophy.
        I have at times seen this diversity as an impediment to White Unity, but perhaps it will be possible to forge a new European-American meme. What a task! Pre-history/Ice Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Greco-Roman, Christianity, Celtic, Teutonic, Slavic, Scandinavian, Renaissance, Age of Discovery, Enlightenment, Industrial Revolution, Space Age…..Detroit 2013.

        • Bo_Sears

          At Resisting Defamation, we believe that our adversaries have done a huge work in persuading us to submit to all labels that strip us of our diversity and our nationality. There are so many issues confronting the diverse white Americans, but our name and label are our undivided property and may be used in any discussion between us and others, and may be the pivotal point in rejecting the anti-white narrative. (This approach will come naturally as multiculturalism is killed off by multiracialism, and then we are confronted by metastasizing multinationalism or, if you like, the New Tribalism.)

          We need to distinguish between the anti-white narrative (featuring as it does many hoax public dramas like the “March on Skokie”), on the one hand, and the hateful damage done to us and our children every day in the real world of discrimination and pushing away.

          We just posted a piece on Facebook Resisting.Defamation explaining how the 1970’s “March on Skokie” was used to frighten a generation of diverse white Americans into silence. We need to learn the to use the thin edge of the wedge instead of the thick edge, and to consider ourselves first in every encounter. O’Reilly wouldn’t have a clue as to what we are talking about.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    Another surprise to this here repentant libtard…
    Go Big Bill. Push the envelope. Good work.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      But then he goes on to blame the unions and says all school children need to wear uniforms and trots out the conservative “I’m not a racist” mantra. Oh well, gotta keep the job, eh?

      If Bill thinks it’s “thuh yoonyuns” that have ruined our schools, how does he explain their performance in “right to work” states? Does he really believe that or is he throwing out tried and true conservative propaganda to avoid having to ruminate upon the career ending Truth? Good question. No big fan of the unions but let me assure Mr. Reilly that our schools suck just as badly in non-union states. It’s the blacks, Bill. Wink.

      Uniforms? Wow, sure, no problem per se, but yet another example of how Black, in sufficient numbers, drag down EVERYONE.

      Blacks need uniforms, not Whites. Yet because of this grand evil charade we must suffer, all kids will be treated like congenitally low IQ r-style breeding Bantus…

      Yeah, still got some issues with big Bill I guess. Hate both the faux right and the left. Both deserve it.

      • Sick of it

        The faux right fit snugly on the left. Keep asking them questions about their beliefs…compare it to The Communist Manifesto and the works of The Communist International. Or just use common sense, but we’re supposed to prove everything these days.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Yeah, no kidding. Reminds me of the “Bipartisan Party” from “Deathrace 2000” (the original, a strangely prescient flick in retrospect). They always try to turn the conversation into some kind of “hey, it’s really the liberals who are racist” schtick one can see coming a mile away.

          To hell with right/left directional politics anyway. Up/down is the only direction that ultimately counts. The ideology of the Truth leads upward, all else down…

          Which is why I advocate a “4th Way” in politics and society.

      • Luca

        Right-to-work statutes do not ban unions. They don’t allow “Union shops” or “closed shops”. So there very well may be Teachers Unions in a “Right-To-Work” state but the union cannot force every individual to join it.

        Here in LA the Teachers’ Union are notorious for getting their way because they are dealing with the liberal politicians they help put in office. Even FDR and many others were against government employee unions due to the inherent conflict of interest and abuse.

        Abusive teachers’ unions in liberal jurisdictions are absolutely part of the problem. Oddly enough, in these circumstances you find the highest paid teachers and the highest rate of failures, like Chicago, LA, etc.

        We know what the other common denominator is, but again, the TU’s are part of the picture.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Here in Souf Crakalaka we have no teachers’ unions so to speak. I was advised to consider membership in the abominable NEA but not coerced at all. Unfortunately all the idiocies you outlined in Cali make your schools not much worse than those in my state, if worse they are. It’s ALL about the race. “Bad” school? Minority school. “Good” or OK school – check the demographics.

          Furthermore much of the worst gobbledygook infesting our schools comes not from the unions initially but from the ivory towers of university education departments.

          In terms of school success or failure it’s like every other “perplexing failure” in our society. Gimme the race breakdown and I’ll tell you which schools are successful, which are middle of the road, and which are failures…

          • Sick of it

            I agree 100% with your conclusions above, as I’ve seen the same thing when teaching as a substitute/attending education classes.

          • sbuffalonative

            Absolutely. Kids in classrooms today are little more than lab rats to experiment on.

            It doesn’t matter to those with their new fangled theory if kids don’t learn to read and write. They care more about pushing their latest theory of equality.

            They don’t care if the kids fail because it’s not their concern. What matters is finding that GOLDEN THEORY which will make all kids equal.

      • itdoesnotmatter

        Respectfully disagree about the uniforms. In sunny California, too many white girls come to school dressed like sluts. Even pre-teenagers.

        • They dressed like sluts once they were allowed to, around 1973.

          I can remember being in 8th grade in 1982. It was pouring down rain, so we hung out in the library during lunch. We were looking at old yearbooks and making fun of how they used to look.

          Prior to 1972, the school followed a strict dress code. All of the boys had haircuts, and shirts with buttons and collars.

          You would think the change would be gradual, but it was actually instantaneous. In just one year, most of the boys looked like hippies wearing wrinkled t-shirts, and despite this being a junior high, it wasn’t hard to find dope smokers hiding in either the bathrooms or the bleachers.

          • You and I are close in age. I was in the 8th grade in 1979-1980. My mother graduated Bexley high school in 1960, in Columbus, Ohio, and she and some of her friends once deliberately wore clothes that “clashed” (polka dots with plaid, etc.) to high school. They were sent home to change.

  • bigone4u

    Billy O is hitting a home run with his black crime data-driven approach. I’m sure Whoopi on The View is plotting her revenge as I type these words and will spewing out her nonsense in response. But here’s the big question: Can Jared Taylor get invited onto The Factor to add a bit more context? Mr. Taylor, email Billy and invite yourself on to the show.

    • capnmorgan5150

      Or better yet, on The View!

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      He has yet to address the black on White crime issue, probably because of fear.

  • Yale2001

    Some call it profiling. I call it common sense. A garden snake slithers close by (your o.k.), a rattlesnake slithers close by (watch your as#).

    • 1gravity

      Rattlesnakes do not hunt in packs.

  • So CAL Snowman

    “But the fact is that black Americans commit homicides at a rate 10
    times greater, in the United States, than whites and Hispanics combined.He said “until you address those kinds of statistics… you’re always going to have fear, and you’ll always have mistrust, and that’s the lesson.”

    Common sense and race realism from Bill O’Reilly? We really are on the doorstep of Armageddon!

  • Ernest

    “many white people are afraid of black people, particularly young, black men.”

    I believe more appropriately it would be wary not necessarily afraid.

  • Jim Henry

    Young black males make up much less than 6% of the US population, yet commit a vast majority of murders. That is mind-boggling.

    • IanJMacDonald

      Young males 13-44 comprise just three percent of the population but commit about half of the homicides.
      Three percent of the counties see 70% of the homicides. If you factored out the blacks from the American violent crime stats, our violent crime rate would be on par with Europe’s.

  • Spartacus

    “…many white people are afraid of black people, particularly young, black men.”


    I’m not. Bring it on you filth !

    • Easyrhino1

      Brave words but their tactics usually consist of attacking with a 4(+)-1 ratio or just sucker-punching some guy from behind or when he doesn’t have his guard up.
      Rarely will you have a 1 on 1 confrontation.

      • Spartacus

        I’ve been into fights where I was outnumbered 12 to 1, and I fought them off. My secret – I carry around a big knife 😉

        • Johnny Clay

          I’m going to start carrying a ball-peen hammer.

          • Spartacus

            Blunt weapons aren’t very good against multiple assailants, or in close quarters. A knife would be better. Or brass knuckles .

          • LaSantaHermandad

            I prefer a hand grenade rolled into an oncoming group of youths.
            Just sayin’ is all. Shortly after detonation move into the debris field and THEN the ball-peen hammer for any survivors.

          • Carry a box-cutter the way I do. The legal limit for a concealed blade in Colorado is 3.5 inches (90mm for our European friends), but this varies from one state to another. A box-cutter has a blade about one inch (25mm) long and can thus legally be carried concealed almost anywhere (except onto airliners).

          • jane johnson

            OLFA makes a nice line of retractable razor knives of various sizes. The refill blades are 10-point snap-offs, so they’re always sharp, and the handles are ergonomically designed with thumb locks. I used these tools of the trade during 25+ years of paperhanging, and still carry one everywhere I go.

          • There’s a hooked blade one very nice individual who posted here cued me onto several years ago: Stanley part # 11-983. He said he hunted alligators (or feral pigs – I disremember), but he used them to unzip the animals he’d shot.

            My wife carries a break-off type of the sort you mentioned – I found the article in the street – along with pepper spray, as do I. The box-cutters are for after the pepper spray.

            For home-defense, we have the coilgun and edged weapons, but I’d still like to try bolt-cutters out on a home-invader’s fingers. My old bolt-cutters were confiscated by the FBI, but I bought another set. Once you take the first three or four fingers off with a pair of bolt-cutters, they tell everything, but you take notes that you can cross-check.

            For outside carry, I like the box-cutter. It’s legal almost anywhere.

            Knowing how to fight dirty also helps. It came naturally to me: I always used weapons or “unfair” techniques, even when I was little. I once whaled the dog-s**t out of another kid with three feet of heavy chain, along with two adults who tried to get involved. Those adults couldn’t run away fast enough once they knew what was going to happen. I was 14, and already knew to lock the chain to my left wrist, so my right was free, but which would still allow me to take two-handed strokes. I chained both adults, one of whom went down right away, and then I walked home.

            In high school, I wore that chain as a belt, but there were no real fights. By my senior year, I hadn’t chained anyone in years. My girlfriend broke up with me anyway because I was too full of hate. Unfortunately, I have quite a bit of my ex-father in me. Can you tell?

            I was once a No-Limit Redneck.

          • anarchyst

            I believe the blade you are describing is a “carpet cutter”. A good defense weapon for moderate distances is a can of wasp spray. The range is around 20 feet and is useful in dispersing “flash mobs”. Of course, it pays to have it in a “brown paper bag” along with a receipt showing recent purchase. When using wasp spray defensively, be prepared to leave the area discreetly; despite the proliferation of security cameras, one can still extricate themselves from a “situation” without too much trouble. If your assailants cannot see you (due to the wasp spray), you should have no problem . .in fact, you could even say that you were attacked (after disposing of your “weapon”) . . .
            In your vehicle, an aluminum baseball bat is a good “weapon”. Just make sure that you have a baseball and glove in the vehicle as well . . .

        • dd121

          You guys need something with a little more muzzle velocity.

  • Luca

    I think O’Rielly’s stirring the pot to get everyone to buy his next book: “Killing Trayvon”.

    • Sick of it

      “A Bold Fresh Look At The Trayvon Martin Case”

  • OhWow

    Apparently we should also not give and credence to the saying “where there’s smoke there’s fire”. After all, we must refrain from profiling smoke.

  • dave

    hey bill, instead of caring about the young blacks how about caring about the young and old whites that are attacked everyday buy these savages. its never reported on the news including fox. all you hear from fox is the code words like “teens” and “youths”. maybe you should start saying black teens or black youths attack,rape,kill,etc. you’re a big honcho at fox news,instruct you’re girls to mention blacks and attacks on whites on a daily basis. when you start doing that then i might start respecting you again.try being honest and less politically correct.

    • BlarneyMiller

      “hey bill, instead of caring about the young blacks how about caring about the young and old whites that are attacked everyday”

      My guess is that Bill does care more about the whites getting attacked, but he has to pretend that he’s primarily interested in protecting innocent black people so that the crime statistics he’s reciting come across as more palatable. It’s harder to accuse Bill of racism if he claims his argument is for the betterment of the black community. It’s baby steps toward people being able to speak the unbridled truth in favor of white interests, but Bill has been taking some pretty big baby steps on this issue. Good for him.

      • dave

        its the baby steps that got us into this trouble in the first place. im tired of babying these people. they need to hear the cold hard facts straight and hard. this too shal pass,when bill stops talking about this too..

        • BlarneyMiller

          I’d prefer a straight shot of full honesty too — including that genes likely contribute to the alarming black violence rate. Black people will never accept this, but that’s not the goal. The goal is getting more white people to accept it. Sadly, most white people are heavy “drug” users of the drug that the schools and media spoon feed them called egalitarianism. The incessant feeding of this drug has caused a powerful addiction in many recipients. Like other powerful drugs it’s sometimes counterproductive to immediately cease the drug because the user could go into shock. You need to ween them off until they are healthy enough to be free from the drug. For many people here, the voyage to race realism was a process and didn’t happen overnight because of the above stated reasons. Bill’s steps may seem small to us in the know, but for the target audience, unawakened whites, I bet that they’ll have a significant impact in heading people toward race realism.

  • libertarian1234

    “And he saw a guy who he didn’t know, dressed a certain way, and he was immediately suspicious of him… and then things got out of control.”

    He saw a guy that was walking in between houses, taking his time in the rain, which WAS suspicious behavior in anybody’s book.

    And things didn’t get out of control until the thug circled ALL THE WAY BACK to where GZ was and assaulted him and tried to beat him to death.

    O’Reilly’s “out-of-control” hardly describes purposeful intent to kill or do serious bodily harm by the thug.

    Not even one of these talking heads has EVER said that Martin had no business back-tracking to confront the watchman, and he certainly had no business assaulting him.

    The attack is NEVER mentioned as if it’s an item of no importance, or they say, “We don ‘t know what happened,” although a wealth of evidence tells us CLEARLY what happened.

    Incidentally, I’m wondering if GZ can sue this mulatto for slander. She’s telling the world he is guilty but claiming she was forced to set him free.

  • Romulus

    Bill reached down and grabbed a pair again. As long as he stays on the black on white crime story, ill give him props. That’s all I have to say about that.

    • Funruffian

      I agree. At least he is opening the forum for discussion. That way more and more discourse and debate will serve as a lesson. In turn, people will be intrigued and find AMREN. And then, they will really learn about race realism. Thanks Bill. I know you are not about to abdicate your 8 figure salary.

  • cecilhenry

    O’Reilly said there is no place in America for an all white community.

    He will say anything for grandstanding and effect.

    I despise him.

    • sbuffalonative

      He’s not the best or the brightest.

      Maybe this little admission will give others the courage to speak up or at least admit they feel the same way even to themselves.

      • ncpride

        I was thinking the same thing. O’Reilly may not say exactly what we here would like for him to, but he has fairly respectable ratings and if nothing else, maybe others will see the sky will not fall if they talk about black dysfunction and the subject is no longer taboo.

        • itdoesnotmatter

          What’s good about O’Reilly’s recent newscasts? The “black scholars and intellectuals” invited on to rebut him are so wondrously stupid. Viewers who may be on the fence about blacks’ innate inferior intelligence are shown the alleged “best and brightest” in their affirmative action limited IQ glory, speaking semi-coherent English and revealing themselves as the conceptually confused ignoramuses they really are.

          • ncpride

            Oh my goodness, you are SO right. Laura Ingraham sat in for Bill on last night’s show, and she had a black female ‘political writer and radio host’ on. Her attitude was that of a typical angry black woman with a huge chip on her shoulder, and instead of addressing Laura’s questions, she launched into a rant about how White people don’t get to tell black people who their leaders are, and since when did Whites care about blacks? She looked and sounded like the fool she is. White America got a up close and personal view of how blacks think of them.

            Luckily, there was another black commentator that actually had some common sense (rare, I know) that ‘put her in her place’, and flat out told her she was ridiculous. It was pretty funny.

        • DiversityIsDeath

          O’Reilly and the rest of the Fox neo-cons are the closest thing fed up White America is going to get to articulating its collective rage on mainstream media.

    • dd121

      You and me both.

    • 1proactive2

      I rarely listen to advice on social issues from people who live in a gated community, especially those who have their own security force. Bill pays one to protect him and his family as I would if I were in his position. Still, he should put himself in a commoner’s shoes before spouting his social epigrams.

  • negrolocaust

    black people have low self esteem because they are jealous of whites because blacks all look the same i.e. same hair color same face same everything whereas whites have blond brown etc they look different. this is why blacks hate and want to harm white people. the crime they commit is an outcropping of this hatred. obama and holder are the most hateful type because they don’t even fit with any group so they identify with the aggrieved group blacks in the end they wind up suffering for their own acting out because it makes them look small which they are. not many blacks overcome their low self esteem. black spend their entire lives trying to get even but at the end of the day that same black face looks back at them from the mirror.

    • Puggg

      Black people have low self esteem?

      That’s news to me.

      • Funruffian

        Actually they do have low self-image. It’s called a superior/inferiority complex. If you see a Black female or male touting themselves ala, Muhammed Ali style, it is to conceal their inner shame. superiority and Inferiority complez are interchangeable

  • bigone4u

    Your idea that the media seek our emasculation is 100 percent in agreement with my thoughts. Thank you for using that word. Whites need to remember that the agenda is to render us powerless. The MSM are the ones exasperated and frustrated though, when they see the data on gun and ammo purchases. So whites get the last laugh.

  • Actually, I’m not that afraid of THEM. I am afraid of our big bad government coming down on me should I choose to take care of the black crime problem the way it used to be handled in an effective way.

  • Jack Burton

    Why would someone who isn’t mentally ill wear a hoodie on INSIDE a building. It makes no sense, other than to just be a douchebag. Same reason some idiots wear sunglasses on inside, and those that wear their pants down showing their underwear. This is not a style, this is anti-social behavior done to antagonize others.

    • I wear “sunglasses” inside, but I need prescription lenses, and I always get them in photo-grey. When I wear a hat, I also uncover inside, wherever I am, be it a store, a friend’s home or a bus station. Wearing a hat indoors is reserved for Jewish men and the completely uncouth. I regard anyone wearing a hat in my home as a personal insult, even if they are Jewish or police.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    That “stereotype” BOR is yammering on about is based on the reality of verified, government crime statistics.

    Blacks can stereotype ALL Whites as “racist” and haters all day long and the media report it as never-to-be-questioned dogma and gospel truth.

    I’ll take the “stereotyping” blacks over anything the media whores, especially types like “geraldo”, have to say.

    Media hypocrites would rather see us dead than admit FACTS about black crime– while they themselves live FAR from blacks, in safe White areas, in homes with state-of-the-art security systems, the entire area surrounded by iron gates with 24-hour guarded entrances.

    As it turned out, Zim had plenty of good reasons to be suspicious of Martin. And he is still alive. If he had not shot Trayvon, Zim would most likely be in either a Florida cemetery or living out his live as a vegetable.


  • Spartacus

    Then break the law, and if a police officer stops you, just bribe him.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    There is no room for logical thinking in the Fundamentally Transformed America.
    When BHO said that at his acceptance speech(?) I didn’t get a tingling up my leg but rather a chill up my spine.
    I now realize that the “Transformation” is almost complete and we’ll soon be The Democratic People’s Republic of Afro- America. DPRAA

  • Luca

    When the cop asks you “Where’d you get that knife?” Simply say, “I disarmed my assailant.”

  • mobilebay

    What will the burqua-wearing ladies do when they encounter those signs? Their “keepers” will want to declare a jihad on all 7/11s.

    • me

      The burqua club will have to stay home or abide by the laws and rules of this country….

  • 1proactive2

    With all respect to Bill, Zimmerman shot Martin because Martin was literally trying to beat the life out of him. Zimmerman could not retreat in any way, and his life was in danger, the grave kind. People getting savagely beaten don’t think of race. They think of dying.

    I don’t remotely begrudge a protected person’s opinion on the realities of street life, and Bill is one of those folks, but it is often kill or be killed in urban areas. Blacks are very much into killing. I learned that not just from my years living in 2 different black ghettos, but from working as a forensic psychologist for many years. I also worked four years in a state prison.

    To a street black, murdering anyone is just below the ultimate street cred of killing a law enforcement officer or corrections officer.

    • MBlanc46

      Zimmerman shot Martin because Martin was beating him. But Martin attacked Zimmerman because Zimmerman was following him. And Zimmerman was following Martin to a great extent because Martin was wearing the black thug uniform and, perhaps, sauntering along in black thug fashion. Had Zimmerman encountered a middle-aged white guy instead of a young black male in the same circumstances, it’s inconceivable that he would have called the cops on him and followed him, and we never would have heard of him.

      • 1proactive2

        I see. I always attack people who are following me. Don’t you?
        Now, back to reality. Zimmerman’s neighborhood had experienced many burglaries in the past several weeks. Zimmerman was a watch volunteer, and saw someone “sauntering” (?) along. As if. Safe communities look out for criminals, and if they suspect one is crawling around their areas, they call the cops right away and keep an eye on the slug. Whites get a pass? What solar system do you live in?
        You can’t tell race at night. It’s impossible, especially when the target of interest is wearing a hoodie. I’ve also been with cops on ride-alongs, and when pulling a car over in a traffic stop, you can’t remotely tell the race of the occupants. Still, many blacks quickly (and of course, loudly) complain of being pulled over due to their race.
        Let me also say that if I could tell if the “sauntering” person could be identified as black, I would be especially interested in watching him since blacks commit a majority of break-ins, and those, across the country. Blacks have become destroyers of cities, and I have zero sympathy for any of them today. They have made their bed and reputation.
        Blacks have earned their nasty reputation as defenders of criminals in their communities, and non-blacks have to protect themselves from them whenever possible. Now look at online photos of predominantly black communities such as Detroit. Can you say, “third world”? Sure you can.
        Martin picked the wrong guy to beat up that night. He paid the price.
        By the way; I now live in an area of the country with very few blacks and Hispanics. Needless to say, we have an extremely low crime rate. Pure heaven. Regardless, if anyone tried to steal from someone where I live, the perpetrator better hope the cops get there first.
        If you really have a compelling need to defend lower animals, I suggest you adopt an abandoned pet. There must be a shelter nearby for you to provide for one.

        • MBlanc46

          Burglaries or no burglaries, Zimmerman wouldn’t have been following a middle-aged white guy or an old black woman. And when the 911 operator asked him to identify Martin by race, he correctly identified him as black.

          • 1proactive2

            Gee, you’re a whiz. You’d be a hit on any elementary school playground with your childlike reasoning.

            You’re probably right in regard to the two people you mentioned. Then again, both of them wouldn’t be “sauntering” in the area, and most certainly looking to make a score or a break in.

            Blacks at night wandering the streets or even sauntering, to use your term, harm people, sometimes to death. Zimmerman used common sense.

            You just have to get out more. And mind your mother.

          • MBlanc46

            You obviously didn’t read my post carefully. I never said that Zimmerman didn’t use common sense. What I said was that he profiled Martin on the basis of race, sex, and age. And when it comes to child-like, your name-calling is certainly puerile.

          • 1proactive2

            I have little patience with the sophomoric and terminally ignorant. I’ll work on it.

            In the meantime, read my last post. Of course Martin was profiled due to Zimmerman’s common sense and duty to his community. Sauntering blacks need to be watched. Look at some photos of Detroit online, and you’ll see what a community is like when blacks aren’t profiled. Blacks are dangerous. They destroy not just “communities”, but entire cities.

          • jane johnson

            It wasn’t just the “sauntering”; it was the sauntering in the rain, with no attempt to hurry or to seek shelter. St. Skittles literally didn’t have enough sense to come in out of the rain. Suspicious behavior? You bet.

      • One of my neighbors was concerned about me walking toward the complex swimming pool after my return from prison, and I overheard him expressing the opinion that I was scouting out the children. I wasn’t. I explained to him that since gasoline was expensive, I walk to the supermarket by cutting across Cottonwood Creek using the erosion-control boulders as stepping-stones. This necessarily takes me around the swimming pool and then past it. There is a bicycle path on the other side.

        He became a good friend after that, though his first words to me were “You f***ing felon”, the feds having trespassed in the neighborhood “warning” everyone I had returned home, distributing pictures of me that are supposed to remain in homes even after they are sold.

        • MBlanc46

          But you were being picked out because you had been identified as a convicted criminal, not because you’re middle-aged white guy. I suppose that a middle-aged white biker wandering through a gated community might arouse suspicion, too, but that’s because bikers are also over-represented among criminals, just as young, black males are. The point that I think needs to be made here is not that Zimmerman didn’t profile Martin on the basis of race, sex, and age, but that he did do so, and that, as long as young black males are so strongly associated with crime and violence, he was right to do so.

          • Do they do that with everybody?

            I used to get my mail at night, just so nobody would see me. I helped one of the neighbors move heavy furniture this morning (Saturday), but he and I met under less pleasant circumstances:

            I was out checking my tomatoes for insects, and Nick said there is a man named “Scott” who is very dangerous. I really am that Mr. Scott. He’s Thai and his wife Scots-Irish. Their son would make a good football linebacker, but when I lifted the cabinet, Shane asked, “What are you, the Devil?”

            Maybe my ex-father knows. My tail was probably docked at birth.

  • Jack Burton

    Yes, either no hoodies, or now virtually everywhere I go especially in healthcare offices they have “NO CELL PHONES” posted everywhere. You know who they’re talking about, the anti-social black retards that talk endlessly about nothing and don’t have enough sense to put their cell phones away.

    • convairXF92

      Actually, the no-cellphone rule exists in medical offices and clinics for an electronic reason: the signal from your call might be within the frequency range used by medical equipment and trigger a false command (like, turn on and supply 10 times the normal current).

    • me

      Obama’s free ‘sail foams’….another BIG mistake by the POTUS.

  • Jack Burton

    O’Reilly is a PoS, no doubt about it. He’s just an opportunist.

  • ms_anthro

    They should be terrified. We won’t back down. We won’t apologize. We won’t stop telling the truth. This is the reason behind their constant hysteria about us. It’s a good sign that our people are slowly waking up and being roused to a great and terrible anger.

    We must keep pushing back against these monsters so we can eventually reclaim our countries. It’s happening all over the world.

  • ms_anthro

    We should start a website with names and pictures of these anti-White hypocrites. They enjoy the benefits of living in all-White utopias while kicking their fellow Whites in the face.

  • Bardon Kaldian

    You’re too tough on BOR. True, he’s not a race realist- yet. Anyway, he’s made a huge progress in past year or two.

  • Tilt-O-Whirl

    Geraldo went on to guilt trip O’Reilly by pointing out that Whites aren`t innocent; but, the differences are exponential. Whites could solve their own problems if thay had their own country.

  • Screamin_Ruffed_Grouse

    To be fair, if you factored out blacks, middle easterners and other non-Whites from European crime rates, their numbers would be lower too.

  • HJ11

    Put it in economic terms. Why would any White infest even a second of his or her time to be around Blacks? It’s a poor investment no matter how you slice it. There’s absolutely nothing to be gained.

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      And everything to lose.

  • Evette Coutier

    To all these numbnuts, it’s not racist stereotyping if it is based on fact. Stereotypes of black violence are based in statistical fact and fall within a bell curve distribution that is not debatable. We are doomed when fact is considered racist and therefore unacceptable. I hope the next time Geraldope goes to the doctor, he insists the same standard of medical assessment that he gives to racial assessment. He’ll be dead in a week.

  • Open carry of a blade of any length is legal in Colorado. My wife and I got married in Garden of the Gods Park, at dawn, and I wore my kilt and claymore.

  • Viking_61

    I wish I could find a video clip of that interaction on youtube.

  • There are plenty of civilized white women who are just carrying a few extra pounds and need some exercise, but who are otherwise decent ladies. I’d stay away from the ones who’ve slept with Africans. I’m 3/16 Amerind and married to a Japanese because I am not a hypocrite, but there should be a price for inter-species dating.

    I’m scared of rocket artillery and terrified of heights. Women sometimes baffle me, but I don’t hold it against them.

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      I agree 100%. If I found out that my wife did a black some time in her past, we would be done. I don’t care how much the divorce would cost.

  • Bill O’Reilly name the Jew next time OK?

  • jane johnson

    I think that when Bill-O says that blacks won’t get help from the White power structure, he means that they won’t get the TRUTH from the WPS. Much easier to throw taxpayer dollars at the problem, and blame racism.

  • gemjunior

    I agree O’Reilly is a disgusting opportunist and he is generally a pretty bad person. Ann Coulter is no angel either with her bootlicking MLK’s “legacy” – what legacy? Legacy my ass – everything after him and his speeches went downhill. Blacks cannot have responsibilities that they cannot handle, and they lack many capabilities. “Equality” isn’t working, affirmative action isn’t working, set asides aren’t, narrowing this gap and that gap isn’t working and stepping back for an honest appraisal of WHY they aren’t working is simply not working because the truth involves the constructive criticism of negroes, which is absolutely not allowed. Not allowed to say the only things that could direct these people to examine their flaws and figure out how to address them. Without this, they will always be the one of the lowest notches on the human measuring stick.

    • TheAntidote

      Ann Coulter; I’ve read several of her books, and she seems to merely skirt the edge of racial reality, but time after time I cut her some slack because she came out and said, “Maxine waters is as smart as a paper bag,” and she calls the Noo Yawk liberals “the parakeet men of the Upper West Side”

      • Creepy as a cracker!

        I have to cut Ann Coulter a little slack. If she was unleashed and really opened up on racial reality, she would commit economic suicide. Anne would be black listed. Fox and every other network is very careful where they tread as far as racial reality. We can only hope that as more people become aware of racial reality, it will become more main stream and more socially acceptable.

  • Greg Thomas

    Lots of vodka, and some of it very bad vodka.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    Did anyone see the video of that insane display by David Ortiz because he didn’t like the umpire’s call of a pitched strike.
    That bat swinging display was typical of the lack of impulse control. He should be out for at least, the remainder of the season.

    • IstvanIN

      A “white” Hispanic? Nope, black, black, black.

    • Creepy as a cracker!

      I just saw the video clip of him chimping out. Obviously he is a dangerous lunatic. I don’t think MLB is going to sanction him other then make him pay for the damage.

  • LaSantaHermandad

    Could someone PLEASE explain the dichotomy of Anne Coulter’s bold racial comments and her dating “DYNOMITE”?

    • Puggg

      1. She may not have actually dated the fool

      2. If she did, it probably was some time ago.

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    And O’Reilly is for gun control. He wants to disarm us all. He said no one but the government needs assault rifles and large capacity magazines. Refers to a semi-automatic AK-47 as a heavy weapon that no citizen should have. Yeah, he is an opportunist and a hypocrite.

  • Creepy as a cracker!

    It is all going to blow up someday, just as it did in the former Yugoslavia.

  • Sick of it

    That’s why the liberal view of race relations makes no sense to me. I realize, from history, if nothing else, that white people are horribly abused when they are in the minority or not in a strong position of authority. The muslim conquests alone prove that. South Africa proves that. Rhodesia proves that. You can see similar treatment in Brazil and that is after centuries of various racial groups living together and intermarrying!

  • negrolocaust

    someone just posted this it shows a beating of a white guy in baltimore the lastest mob attack by blacks and they broke his teeth and jaw and just for fun the witness said
    i put the title because many pages wont let you put links so can you please forward it the main stream is refusing to publisize it? thanks


  • libertarian1234

    Echoing black logic on the Factor a while back, Geraldo said, in essence, “I know how disgusting it is for some people to accept the verdict, because GZ chose to get out of his car……”

    Which is the usual brainless black lamentation that, “If he had stayed in his car, there would have been no shooting,” ignoring altogether that the shooting happened because the perp attacked the man and back tracked all the way to his car to do it.

    Blacks regard this thug’s behavior as protected action, because he “was a child.”

    And Geraldo’s remark that whites commit crime too is a point that is understood, but makes no sense to bring up in a discussion about the intensity and spread of black crime.
    He doesn’t understand that he’s trying to justify out-of-control black crime.

    He really ought to retire to Harlem and take his primitive offspring with him so they can get the full-feeling and effect of what a punching bag feels like.

    One punch from a black mob would knock that ugly moustache over to the side of his face.

  • Bo_Sears

    We call O’Reilly a low-information pundit. He has joined Al Sharpton in deciding (in our behalf) that calling young white children “redneck” is not a problem. We’ve got a couple notes about him on our Facebook page: Resisting.Defamation.

  • Jack Burton

    So you think neggers wearing their pants down showing their underewear is a “wardrobe preference?”

    Wearing hoodies inside makes sense to you? If someone wears a raincoat when it’s sunny outside with no forecast of rain you wouldn’t think something is mentally wrong with them?

  • sshadow

    BOR is Mr tough guy against child molesters as long as the perp is white.
    Recently he showed a white mid 20s woman teacher who had sex with a 16 or 17 year old male student, but there was not one word about the 19 illegals who forcibly gang raped a 13 year old girl recently shown on Drudge. He is either not allowed to, or doesn’t think he should cast a negative shadow on Hispanics, but he doesn’t have any problem showing the negative side of some whites. The gang rape is immeasureably worse than the statutory scenario where the guys couldn’t believe how lucky they were. How pathetic it is to besmirch his own kind, while protecting the delicate grubby illegals. That is so sick!!

  • John S

    For many years I’ve walked around wearing a hoodie and sunglasses when it’s sunny and cold outside. I haven’t had an ounce of trouble. A few people have joked by asking if I’m related to the unibomber.

    Point is I come off non-threatening. Glasses and the hoodie are taken off when I enter buildings, and the hoodie stays home in warm weather.

    Many of these ‘poor stereotyped blacks’ want to be intimidating, and to think Trayvon wasn’t trying to come off as tough is absurd.

  • 1gravity

    I thought flamers would be shown the door on this website. Are we asleep at the switch?

  • gregCall

    Bill O’reilly is a fraud who spins left all too often while proclaiming to be conservative. All I wonder about his recent statement, is what is his angle? Because I don’t believe he would come forward on something like this based on conscience, rather he has to have an ulterior motive. So watch what he does in the weeks to come and put two and two together.

    • Johnny Squire

      He’s a shill for the Republican Party. He’ll speak the truth until the next election cycle is over and then he’ll go back to pretending race doesn’t matter.

  • 1gravity

    This is my take on the knife laws in California. It’s just like the Vehicle Code, under which it is very difficult to drive to the local store without committing an infraction. BTW, all those laws making schools weapons free zones create further legal hazard for passersby.

  • Creepy as crackers!

    Exactly, NIMBY!

  • saxonsun

    This is also the same man who defended that Cheerios commercial.

  • me

    It’s my culture to wear a firearm when walking through Black neighborhoods….

  • me

    Are you high? Clothing identifies the person. A fireman, policeman, and an EMT wear a uniform. A gang banger wears a hoodie and baggy pants. Is that simple enough for you? Also, wearing a hat when it’s inappropriate IS disrespectful. You must be bald headed…

  • Dave4088

    I think white people are “afraid” of black men only in the sense that they are unpredictable like wild animals. Black men are also afraid of white men. I’ve seen black men acting very nervous and skittish when there are lots of white men around or they are outnumbered by whites in a social setting.

  • IanJMacDonald

    Depends on which European country one picked for comparison.

  • I don’t need help; I merely refuse to allow hats on inside my own home. I find it impolite when someone doesn’t uncover inside. We also insist people take their shoes off in our home. It is in fact our home. Perhaps it’s really just mine, but no matter. No hats, no shoes, and our rules 24/7. Surely you have a home in which your own rules would apply, would they not? We have ours.

    We don’t allow wearing hats indoors. I believe it is rude. When I wear one, I take it off before entering indoors and put it back on only outside. It’s like wearing muddy boots into someone’s living room. I uncover even inside Wal-Mart.

    Quite many problems likely obtain here, but our manners are rather good.

  • I like neckties. They accent a shirt and jacket quite well, if one know’s what one is doing. We went as my mother’s company to her retirement dinner, and Sayaka picked my shirt, tie and jacket. My mother double-checked and said she approved. Everyone said I looked like a banker.

    If you tie a double Windsor with a good silk tie, you could probably use it as a sort of lassoo and use it easily if you do not untie it all the way.

    I have a black dress shirt that goes well with most of my ties.

  • I’ll have to ask. There were two houses, one of which her father Norman Dean Gloyd built on a vacant lot next door. Grandma was Katheryn Elizabeth Gloyd, nee Gerhart.

    I’m glad Bexley still seems like a decent place, I’ll have to ask her.
    I’ll tell you on Wednesday. My mother was in the high school class of 1960.

  • I used to go shooting a lot and can’t do that anymore. Maybe it’s the $400,000 he owes me or the three years of my life. You figure it out.