Are criminals racist or just their guns?

Well, can you think of a better explanation?

Well, can you think of a better explanation?

(HT: SBPDL) These surprising (:-|) conclusions and statistics just in from the Journal of American Pediatrics [Pediatrics 2014;133:219–225] on the unfortunate recipients of unwanted bullets:

“On average, 20 US children and adolescents were hospitalized each day in 2009 due to firearm injuries. Public health efforts are needed to reduce this common source of childhood injury.”

“Significant racial and gender differences in hospitalization rates for firearm injuries were observed…The overall rate for black males was 10.5 times higher than the rate for white males.”

“…males, blacks, and those receiving Medicaid were at the highest risk of firearm-related hospitalizations.”

It gets even MORE racist when you narrow the stats down to the 15-19 year-old black males vs. 15-19 y.o. white males: there the rate for blacks is 13.1 times higher.

Unfortunately while these professionals purport to know so much about various problems in the various “communities” PLAGUED by out-of-control shooters with their wildly off-target GUNFIRE, their solutions will go nowhere towards actually preventing the injuries they’ve been studying. They propose prevention (i.e.  “education”) programs like those used to reduce residential FIRES and childhood DROWNINGS, along with consumer product regulations (i.e. more “education” – read the safety manual that comes with your gun, kids), public health education, and, DRUMROLL…

…Zoning restrictions!

Because GUN-FREE Zones work so well, don’t they.

Read all of it here: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2014/01/22/peds.2013-1809

Categories: anti-White, Big Brother, Diversity, Graphic Design, Gunz, Political Correctness, Politics | Tags: , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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  1. Oh gosh. Thanks for the link on this article–I’ll have to follow your link. Nothing like the intelligent political correct advising in an area that they have limited understanding.

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