Two months ago, for example, Black college students had their so-called "Black Springbreak 2000" celebration in Biloxi, Mississippi. Approximately 20,000 young Blacks congregated in the Biloxi and Gulfport area, generally behaving as we expect 20,000 young Blacks to behave when they have the local law enforcement agencies overwhelmed. They ate in restaurants and walked out without paying. They smashed up convenience stores when the storekeepers ran out of beer. One unhappy White storekeeper complained, "My bathrooms are ruined. I didn't believe people could be so mean and ugly." Well, I hope you believe it now. Other Whites were shocked to see Blacks pulling down their pants and relieving themselves on the sidewalks.
The real Black behavior, however, manifested itself when White women and girls who didn't have the sense to stay indoors -- or in some cases were caught going to or from their places of employment -- were spotted by the Blacks. The cry would go up: "There's a White girl. Get her!" Then exactly the same thing would happen that happened in Central Park. The unfortunate White girl would be mobbed by Blacks, her clothes would be ripped from her body, and she would be fondled and probed while other Blacks gleefully watched and videotaped her humiliation. There were even photographs in the local newspapers of stripped White girls running from the mob and trying to cover their nakedness with their hands while the Blacks leered at them and made obscene gestures. But these Mississippi newspapers, just like those in New York, carefully avoided describing what happened in racial terms.
Well, that's certainly not the Mississippi I remember from the days when I was an undergraduate. In those days if a mob of Blacks had assaulted White women the way they did two months ago, not one would have left Biloxi alive. Roadblocks would have been set up to keep them from fleeing, and they would have been hunted down and killed to the last Black. The police would be manning the roadblocks and helping to provide the firepower. But you know, Mississippi is part of the so-called "New South" these days, where Blacks not only can get away with that sort of behavior, but the politicians and the media make excuses for them and cover for them.