Who kills whom?

Here are some excerpts from this article in U.S. News and World Report us news

“Of the 13,455 cases from last year in which the FBI listed a victim’s racial information, 7,039 victims – or 52.3 percent – were black. That compares with 5,854 cases – or 43.5 percent – in which the victim was white, an increase of about 8 percent from last year.

It’s a disparity that becomes more pronounced in the context of population.

2015 Census estimates suggest that whites account for 77.1 percent of the overall U.S. population of roughly 321 million, while blacks comprise 13.3 percent.

“The vast majority of homicide victims are killed by people of their own race. People tend to kill who they know. “You hurt people who are a lot like you. That’s how it works,” says David Kennedy, a professor and director of the National Network for Safe Communities at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.

“Among the roughly 6,000 cases in which the race of the victim and the offender were known, the number of blacks killed by blacks rose to 2,380 last year, an increase of about 8 percent from 2014. The number of white people killed by other whites rose 3.5 percent to 2,574 victims in 2015. Since 2001, the share of black-on-black and white-on-white homicides as a proportion of those killed of each race peaked at 91.9 and 84.2 percent, respectively.”

Now compare the facts to this perspective, from the website verysmartbrothas.theroot.com. verysmartbrothas
“In America, white people are everywhere, and this ubiquity connects to perhaps our greatest irony: We (black people) are vastly outnumbered by them. They also own more land, earn and possess more money, and have all the guns. Most of the people making laws are white, as are most of the people enforcing them. There are entire states you can drive through without seeing one of us, entire lives that can be led without ever having any meaningful interaction with us. We are surrounded, outnumbered, out-resourced and outgunned. Our entire existence here is a continual assault on our bodies.”
If “black on black” homicides comprised 91.9% of black homicides since 2001, how are white people the problem? Do the lies and willful disregard for the facts in this kind of “black narrative” feed white racism? I don’t know, but it certainly helps fuel the rage of blacks, which encourages more violence against police, which in turn makes neighborhoods less safe. Which neighborhoods? Neighborhoods that depend on police to respond faster–black neighborhoods. This is the same narrative that ISIS and other violent Muslim groups use to rally their troops (“the ‘Crusaders’ are killing our brothers in Muslim lands–that is why we are killing innocents!”).