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2nd January 2016 at 12:55 pm

This is a genetic issue. People need to look deeper into MAOA and it’s effect on impulse control. Studies have shown variants to cause impulsive violent behavior and carries into other areas of life. One study shows a strong correlation with poor financial decisions, making certain races more likely to be high risks when loaning. The utility of MAOA is in removing certain hormones/neurotransmitters from the body (adrenaline, seratonin, epinepherine, norepinepherine, etc). When the body’s ability to do so is hampered by deficient variants, it’s more understandable why controlling impulse could become more difficult, leading to educational problems, financial problems, violence issues, paranoia and anxiety, etc.

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Of course many of the current civilised Western countries have waged war in the distant past (although so have many other countries and races in the same eras) but the key difference is that these Western countries evolved and became civilised. Take the UK for example, the police are not armed as standard and it is a very safe country. Unfortunately, there are places which are becoming dangerous such as London, Birmingham, Bradford etc. Guess what these places all have in common? Yep, ethnic minorities (who are working very hard at becoming majorities). As for genocide, well after Rwanda I think it’s quite obvious that some races are a long, long way from becoming civilised.

22nd May 2015 at 12:06 am

Here’s a really simple idea

Why don’t black men simply stop committing crimes, what do you think. How about they focus on their education and future, because they do not want to. It’s easier to be lazy and blame someone else.

I can from Mexico 6 years ago. I had $176.00 dollars in my pocket and I worked my ass off. I have been pulled over by the police several times and each time I gave the officer respect and just said yes sir, even when they were rude.

I went to school and now I am a managers assistant at Home Depot and want to buy a small home for me and my girlfriend as we want to get married. You cannot blame others for your misfortune you have to do it yourself Not skateboarding to a store to steal beer

22nd May 2015 at 11:32 am

Tony, Your story is the epitome of the “American Dream”. I was born here and am still working on it myself (won’t give up on hard work getting me somewhere until I die). If everyone had your kind of drive the world would be a better place. I hope you got that house with your partner and are manager soon, you deserve it. All the best of luck!

21st August 2015 at 6:49 am

Because ONLY Black men commit crimes, correct? Because Latinos, Whites, and Asians DON’T commit crimes, right? Because there AREN’T 300,000 MORE Black men in college than in prison taking into consideration that 50 years ago a Black man voting could easily mean death, hhh? Because Black women ARE NOT becoming one of the most educated groups in America and owning businesses at 6x the rate of the average American, correct?

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Lambert and Shelton announced on July 20, 2015, that they planned to divorce after four years of marriage.

Four months later, it was confirmed that Shelton, 42, was dating his The Voice co-star Stefani, 48.

While Shelton and Stefani are still going strong, Lambert went on to have a two-tear relationship with singersinger Anderson East and has most recently been linked romantically withTurnpike Troubadours singer, Evan Felker.

Meanwhile, she is about to go out on the road with Little Big Town on The Bandwagon Tour .

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