Posted on November 30, 2016

How to Spread the Truth About Race If Twitter Bans Us

Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, October 28, 2016

Less than two weeks ago, Twitter banned several dissident accounts. Richard Spencer, Ricky Vaughn, John Rivers, Pax Dickinson and plenty of others are now gone and probably aren’t coming back. Why we survived is anyone’s guess. Between Jared Taylor’s personal account and the American Renaissance account we have over 35,000 followers. Our website gets plenty of traffic from Twitter, so the elimination of any Alt-Right account hurts us. Twitter is also a great way for us to reach out to the world at large.  Our accounts could well be banned.

In case that day comes, we would like to share some “Twitter ammunition.” Americans are very curious about race and crime–and media and government do a lot to obfuscate the truth. Our investigations into crime and race in the United States always prove popular, and the charts that represent our findings are perfect for dispelling liberal myths. Below are our most informative and easy to share charts on crime and welfare use. If you want to fight for the truth and awaken fellow whites, please share them on Twitter, on Facebook, on forums, and in comments sections. Soon, we may no longer be able to do so.

crime statistics by race

murder by race

Murder arrests by race for minors

black on white crime

Hispanic on black crime

White on black crime





For the numbers behind these graphs, please see these American Renaissance write-ups:

New DOJ Statistics on Race and Violent Crime

Murders Shot Up in 2015

The Color of Crime

What Donald Trump Should Have Tweeted

Welfare: Who’s on It, Who’s Not?