Last week a jogger—no, not that kind, a REAL jogger was hunted down, abducted, raped, and murdered by a black career criminal in Memphis, Tennessee. Her name is Eliza Fletcher. She was murdered by Cloetha Abston.
Unfortunately Fletcher, who lived a remarkably humble life, will ultimately be remembered as yet another tragic victim of the unchecked aggression and criminality pervasive within black communities across America.
An opinion piece in the New York Times by Margaret Renkl seeks to minimize Fletcher’s tragedy by attacking those who have become fed up with the overflow of black crime into otherwise safe, white communities.
According to Renkl, the story of a white woman raped and murdered, who was a school teacher, mother, and heiress to a fortune of over $1B, with no criminal history and likely no relation to criminals, is just as comparable to the thousands of stories of violent crimes that occur within black neighborhoods.
Yes. The New York Times boasts that Fletchers tragedy was no more significant, or deserving of national attention than the daily ongoings of rape, molestation, murder, assault and robbery which are so common within black communities.
Because the ghetto exists, we should all be forced to endure its dysfunction, and apparently it won’t be notable when it happens to you. That’s what people like Margaret Renkl expect you to believe.
Read more on this story by Paul Kersey on VDARE.com by clicking the link attached to this video.