Blacks have started physically attacking whites for moving into their New York neighborhood, with two such incidents having taking place over the last week alone.
The overtly racist black on white attacks have taken place in the neighborhood of Flatbush, Brooklyn—but have been completely ignored by the national media in the US, in contrast to the mass coverage that would be given to such incidents had the races been reversed.
A CCTV picture of one of the attackers.
Only some local media outlets, limited to the immediate New York metropole, have covered the story at all, even though the attacker in both cases issued clear and direct racial threats against his white victims.
The report said a 51-year-old white man told police he was on Nostrand Ave. near Glenwood Road in East Flatbush, when a black man ran up and knocked him to the ground about 5:40 p.m. Monday. “This is for Malcolm X, cracka,” he said before running away.
“I came forward to police because I don’t want this to happen to anybody else,” said the victim, who requested anonymity. “I’m afraid of the guy knowing where I live and having my windows broken in.”
The NY Daily News added that police are trying to determine if the assailant is the same black who beat Randy Aveille less than two miles away on Sunday.
Randy Aveille, the first victim.
Aveille, 44, said he and his fiancée got off the Q train at the Church Ave. station in Flatbush when an attacker punched him, shouting “Cracka, you don’t belong here,” and “Someone get his white cracka ass off the floor. It’s a black neighborhood … You don’t belong here.”
“I was kind of stunned,” Aveille said. “I didn’t know what was going on. As I started to turn a little bit, I got hit in the (right) eye. At that point, I lost my equilibrium; I tripped, probably over my own feet (and) fell to the ground.”
“I was just trying to regain my composure when he started to kick me,” he said.
The black then elbowed Aveille’s fiancée in the head as she and another woman tried to stop the attack. He spit in the other woman’s face as he ran off, Aveille said.
Aveille said he’s lived in Flatbush “for around a year.” The neighborhood, he said, is in the midst of a racial change, but he didn’t think he would be targeted for it.
“I think (current residents) are feeling pushed out,” Aveille said. “My fiancée and I have walked to the train, and we’ve heard people having conversations about white people moving to the neighborhood.
“It’s not the first time I’ve gotten the vibe, but (those weren’t) directed to me,” he said. “You never think it’s going to happen to you, (but) I guess everybody who gets attacked thinks that.”
*Malcolm X’s real name was Malcolm Little. Born in 1925, he was arrested at age 20 for theft and burglary. While in prison, he converted to the radical black version of Islam known as the “Nation of Islam” or NOI. After his release from prison, he became one of the most prominent leaders of the NOI, which taught that white people were devils and the “skunk of the planet earth.” He was eventually assassinated by three NOI members after falling out with that organization.