Black Culture: violent gang rap videos. Peer reviewed articles about race differences in criminality

This is Black culture? Just found these scary videos, with hundreds of thousands of views each.

Any doubt that a white boy, venturing into a group of these people would be an instant victim of racial profiling ??

Add such bad cultural influence to the widely proven genetic differences in IQ and criminality (see links below) and you get terrible results.


These videos show the "justified Black rage" about 200-year-ago slavery that entitles Blacks to riot, burn down entire cities and violently attack in "self defense" when suspected of a crime

Rap music is an example how to have financial success without need for high IQ. Whites with similar lyrics languish in European prisons for violating hate speech laws, like the authors of "Affen nach Africa" (Apes back to Africa).

I now understand Reverend Manning‘s concerns about the Black Race and the immorality of rap.

Is this culture not entirely shocking and scary? Is it not understandable that parents are very opposed to getting this culture imported by busing into their kid’s local high school? Or much worse, have their children bused into a hotbed of such culture!?



More about race and iq and crime

  1. Rushton, J. P., & Templer, D. I. (2009). National differences in intelligence, crime, income, and skin color. Intelligence, 37, 341-346.      dozens of peer reviewed articles by J. Philippe Rushton
  2. Templer, D. I., & Rushton, J. P. (2011). IQ, skin color, crime, HIV/AIDS, and income in 50 U.S. states. Intelligence, 39, 437-442.
  3. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2010). Race and IQ: A Theory-Based Review of the Research in Richard Nisbett’s Intelligence and How to Get It. The Open Psychology Journal, 3, 9-35.
  4. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2010). The rise and fall of the Flynn Effect as a reason to expect a narrowing of the Black-White IQ gap. Intelligence, 38, 213-219.
  5. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2008). James Watson’s most inconvenient truth: Race realism and the moralistic fallacy. Medical Hypotheses, 71, 629-640.
  6. Rushton, J. P., & Templer, D. I. (2009). National differences in intelligence, crime, income, and skin color. Intelligence, 37, 341-346.
  7. Rushton, J. P. (2006). [Book Review of R. Lynn’s Race Differences in Intelligence: An Evolutionary Analysis. Augusta, GA: Washington Summit Books, 2006.] Personality and Individual Differences, 40, 853-855.
  8. Rushton, J. P. (2006). [Book Review of R. Lynn and T. Vanhanen�s IQ and Global Inequality. Augusta, GA: Washington Summit Books, 2006.] Personality and Individual Differences, 41, 983-985.
  9. Rushton, J. P., & Jensen, A. R. (2006). The totality of available evidence shows race-IQ gap still remains. Psychological Science, 17, 921-922.
  10. an old overview of the research  This is the abridged version which does not have the extensive bibliography and citations.

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11 thoughts on “Black Culture: violent gang rap videos. Peer reviewed articles about race differences in criminality”

  1. How Hip-Hop Holds Blacks Back

    The hip-hop ethos can trace its genealogy to the emergence in that decade of a black ideology that equated black strength and authentic black identity with a militantly adversarial stance toward American society. In the angry new mood, captured by Malcolm X’s upraised fist, many blacks (and many more white liberals) began to view black crime and violence as perfectly natural, even appropriate, responses to the supposed dehumanization and poverty inflicted by a racist society. Briefly, this militant spirit, embodied above all in the Black Panthers, infused black popular culture, from the plays of LeRoi Jones to “blaxploitation” movies, like Melvin Van Peebles’s Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song, which celebrated the black criminal rebel as a hero.

  2. This powerful combination of internal and external compulsion is literally able to turn black into white. Thus in 1987 Tawana Brawley, the black teenager who claimed she had been abducted by a white gang, was able, despite the increasing absurdity of her attorneys’ allegations, to focus the attention of the entire country on the supposedly grave issue of white-on-black rape. But in fact it was a complete chimera. In 1988, there were fewer than ten [PB in 2000: in fact, probably a few score] cases of white-on-black rape—as opposed to 9,405 cases of black-on-white rape. Taylor reports that black men appear three to four times more likely to commit rape than whites, and more than sixty times more likely to rape a white than a white is likely to rape a black. […]

    Homicide is now the leading cause of death for black men between 15 and 44; one in four black men in their twenties is either in jail, on probation, or on parole. Syphilis is fifty times more prevalent among blacks than among whites; black children are twice as likely as whites to die in their first year.

    And this black crisis still disproportionately hurts whites. Black criminals choose white victims in more than half of their violent crime; the average black criminal seems over 12 times more likely to kill a white than vice versa.

  3. "WAS THE MUGGER black?" asked my wife sympathetically. As a Canadian newly arrived in Manhattan, she honestly didn’t know that you must Never Ask. Her hostess, caught off balance in mid-crime story, admitted that he was. Then she hurriedly covered herself: of course, she said, this meant nothing.

    Besides being a Canadian, however, my wife was and still is in some respects invincibly innocent. And now she was really puzzled. "But aren’t mostmuggers in New York black?" she inquired. Her hostess was outraged. "I don’t believe that," she snapped.

    The single greatest strength of Jared Taylor’s Paved with Good Intentions is its massive and merciless crushing of this type of hysterical denial, which currently paralyzes all discussion of race relations in America. Considered entirely by itself, this achievement makes his book the most important to be published on the subject for many years. In this area, experience shows that it is not enough to be mugged by reality. Footnotes are apparently necessary as well. And Taylor provides 1,339 of them, quarried from a remarkably wide reading of contemporary sources.

    Thus it is indeed true that blacks commit most of New York’s violent crime. Even a decade before my wife arrived in Manhattan, by the early 1970s, blacks already made up over 60 per cent of those arrested for violent crime, but only 20 per cent of the city’s population. And more recently, for example, black men have been responsible for over 85 per cent of the felonies committed against New York City cabbies, as many as 17 of whom are murdered each year. Nationwide, blacks—although only 12 per cent of the population—account for 64 per cent of all violent-crime arrests and 71 per cent of all robbery arrests.


  4. As a black man I agree that the things black people are glorifying are ridiculous and putting us down. The worse thing you can do is raise a child only on music videos and having no opportunity to see successful black people or at least be surrounded by successful people of any race. If you go into the hoods of the people that end up becoming rappers you’ll see that nobody succeeding is an ok thing because everybody else is also not succeeding. How can we modify the black culture?

    Right now it seems that all of America expects black people to be a failure. Everyone enjoys seeing a slang using jeans sagging drug dealing black man. If America demanded that the black man step their game up then maybe we could change things.

    We need more programs that are racially specific and attempt to go in neighnorhoods highly populated by black people that provide opportunities for the black man to become successful. Obviously one problem of this is that black people expect white people to do this for them. That’s our problem. We are honestly waiting for a white man to change things for black people. We are all waiting around waiting for “change”.

    1. Black men and women taking responsibility and helping themselves, improving their environment, showing black role models to children. Great suggestion. I wish you luck improving black culture.

      1. Hey hey hey . You know what?: There’s too many white folks that don’t like anyone that ain’t white, too many black folks that won’t tolorate anybody that ain’t black, too many Chinese folks that won’t talk to folks that ain’t Chinese, too many Austraians that won’t have nothin’ to do with anybody that ain’t Australian, too many Hawaiians that won’t talk to anybody that ain’t Hawaiian.. too many “gays that won’t talk to “straight” people, too many TALL people that won’t talk to SHORT people!… And we got nothin to show NOTHIN’ but “hurt feelings all around the block!” It’s time to just “knock it the hell off” and start being PEOPLE! Right now EVERYBODYs got troubles, not just “BLACK PEOPLE!”

    2. Well guess what!? Obama ain’t changed NOTHIN’, man! In fact, things are only getting “worse!” And since you believe in improving black culture and make the black community a better place, why don’t you go out there and become a motivational speaker and activist? Or are you “scared?” … P.S. You ain’t gonna be makin’ life better for NO one if you’re just gonna take a microphone and POUT and BITCH about how “rotten” the black man’s life has been! That’ll just make the manic depressives and the PSTD sufferers out there think more seriuosly about suicide. The black community needs a breath of fresh air, a positive and compassionate “motivational speaker!” Not another complainer. hey hey hey.

  5. Okay I get it, gangs are bad, but you offer no suggestions or ideas. You could as well acted in those videos, there would be no difference either way.

    1. @NK, we could make conscious efforts to create positive role models in the ghetto, in art, music, videos, and real life. Gangs and rap fill a void due to absent fathers and absent healthy community. In addition to giving positive role models, maybe we should remove negative role models and make such videos illegal for minors to see. Though I am not a fan of censorship. But watching rap movies instills bad ideas into malleable children and thus, most likely causes real violence and death, indirectly. It certainly causes more harm then watching photos of nude adults (forbiden to minors) or nude adolescents (totally forbidden for all to see, for being child porn).

  6. Black criminality is higher even among blacks who do not subscribe to the “ghetto culture” depicted in these videos. The kind of demeanor shown in these videos could have been the inspiration for “Planet of the Apes” – except that apes deserve more credit than that.

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