In response the incessant whining of a certain self-hating White libtard pseudo-intellectual attempting to defend the savage and primitive behavior of the Negroid race by 'arguing' that "most serial killers are White! This proves that White people are evil sub-humans and blacks are superior god-men who can do no wrong!": Two of the stereotypes surrounding serial killers are that they are almost always White males and that Black males are barely represented in their ranks.
Blacks are 13% of the American population, yet make up anywhere from 15 to 22 percent of convicted serial killers. In a sample of 413 serial killers operating in the United States from 1945 to mid-2004, it was found that 90 were Black. Relative to the Black proportion of the population across that time period, Blacks were overrepresented in the ranks of serial killers by a factor of about 2. Theres been around 30 Black males arrested for serial killings or family massacres during 2009.
The serial killer who plays head games with the cops, meticulously plans his killings,and goes around doing this without being arrested for months or years is pretty much unknown in the Black population. Because, normally, Blacks are just too stupid to plan and commit that sort of thing. Even if they can do it once and get away with it, they'll get caught the next time they try.
Sorry, "EktraKrispy," if my responses are "too long" but, I guess that just further goes to show that you don't respond well to a lot of indisputable facts that you wish weren't true being presented to you. Are you really afraid that if you simply looked at the world around you with an objective eye you would become a so-called "racist" too?
Think what you want, but the only reason I ever block people for is if they think "debating" someone consists of repeatedly returning insults and ad hominems simply because you disagree with their position (e.g. "Fuck you you racist piece of shit!"). Folks like "EktraKrispy," "WordsLikeWhoah," and "SerbiansareTrash" are the kind of people who are only in their teens or early 20's yet think they have everything all figured out and think of themselves as some sort of self-appointed "philosophers." This is a characteristic shared by those who have spent their entire lives in their mothers' basements or in ivory towers. Neither place provides them with real-world experience of any kind, which might make it possible for them to understand what they're arguing about. There's a kind of corollary here that applies, incidentally: people who have never lived giving advice on how to live.