Thursday, November 01, 2007

The Knoxville Horror: Crime, Race, the Media, and “Anti-Racism”
By Nicholas Stix

(See also “Remember Wichita—One Year Later,” by James Fulford)

Shortly after midnight on January 7, the most controversial crime of the year (hopefully) was committed in Knoxville, Tennessee. A young white couple—Channon Gail Christian, 21, and Christopher Newsom Jr., 23—were carjacked, kidnapped, gang-raped (both of them), tortured and murdered. Five suspects, all black, are in custody.

I gave more of the appalling details in my May 14 American Renaissance online article. (See also the much longer, revised version that is the cover story of AR's July issue.)

The crime I have dubbed "The Knoxville Horror" has raised grave questions

• About the credibility of the media, police, and prosecutors, who continually lie to whites about the dangers facing them, and, in the media's case, simultaneously propagate fictions about "white racism";

• About America's perverted dialogue on race, in which citizens are presented with a false alternative between crypto-Marxist "anti-racism" and "white supremacism"; and

• About a society in which whites are hunted like prey by black racists.

The Knoxville Horror is no aberration. At the end of this article, I will set it in the true context of black-on-white crime. And I will discuss two further subsequent cases perverted by
America’s “anti-racism” dominant ideology.

Read the rest here.


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