I went to Bayside High School from 1967 to 1970. The first year, things were great. Bayside was one of the best schools, academically, in New York City. The second year, NYC began a busing program, after which the school went from eight percent black to 55 percent black. With another 15 percent Hispanic, that left us whites at about 30 percent. Everything changed. It became more important to bring a switchblade to school than a pen. Fights, mob violence, disruptive behavior. robberies, drugs, vandalism even rapes became common place. The teachers were victims, too. You didn’t dare go into a restroom without several buddies with you. Blacks constantly disrupted classes like a bunch of zoo animals. This denied other students their education. It was obvious that blacks do not value education, not any that I met.
I have run two nightclubs in South Carolina. One was robbed at gunpoint by blacks two different times. The second time, they robbed the customers, too. The other club became popular with blacks, especially on Saturdays, when almost all our clients were black. There was no end to the serious problems they caused. Gunfire would ring out from the parking lot. One time, a fight started, and afterwards, a black guy ran out to his car, grabbed a gun, came back in and shot the man he’d been fighting with . . . then he started shooting into the crowd at random. A month later, some black girls started a fight inside, and a black guy ran outside and shot someone in the parking lot.
When she was 14, my sister was raped by a 30-year-old black man. Her first sexual experience was a rape at the hands of a feral thug. It was not the first time he had done this. He got six years and was out in four.