There’s an interesting article by Hoew Abbott-Hiss on reviewing a book called In Defense of Flogging by Peter Moskos.

As its title suggests, the book considers corporal punishment as an alternative to prison for offenders.

Abbot-Hiss sees the book as “a valuable contribution towards a future alt-right criminal justice policy”, which I interpret to mean how whites should be punished in a future whites-only state.

I haven’t read the book, and I haven’t studied any stats on the history of punishment in white-only societies, but it’s clear from recent studies that violent crime, and crime as a whole has become heavily influenced by diversity, particularly the presence of blacks who are disproportionately violent offenders.

That said, the author Moskos is definitely not a race realist, and must be thinking of how his ideas would apply to the ethnic status-quo:

“there is still a great deal of hand-wringing concerning racial disparities in the criminal justice system, as well as the “circumstances that contribute to crime.” Moskos believes for some reason that “To ask that the chances of a person being caught and punished for any given crime be roughly equal, regardless of race, would seem reasonable” (70). He even complains about slavery”

However the book does seem to indirectly impinge on the topic of negroes, as Moskos refects:

The idea that criminals can be deterred from crime by the threat of future punishment “depends on a certain level of rational thought and long-term comprehension,” but there is “little evidence that most criminals consider possible punishment before committing a crime,” as they do not expect to be caught. (29)

Before the but seems to suggest blacks.

Black criminality is not of the same nature as white criminality, it’s distinct. One essential differentiation is that the innate celebration of senseless barbaric violence itself is a core pillar of black identity as author Colin Flagherty illustrates:

Flaherty frequently cites Marlin Newburn, a prison psychologist who “has been on the front lines of racial violence for 30 years.”

According to Newburn, these “predators,” do not reflect “a subculture,” but “a primary part of the black culture [.]” This culture “is one of sadistic and primitive impulse where they [the predators] believe themselves to be 10 feet tall, bulletproof, very smart, good looking, gifted, and tougher than anyone.”

These “predators” live “without any sense of personal responsibility or boundaries with others.” Hence, while “assaulting or killing someone, the absence of a conscience is considered among their peers as an indicator of strength and power.” The expression of “joy in the process [of violence] only heightens their street cred.”

When it comes to murder, perhaps one would have to look historically to see if the six-times-more-likely-than-a-non-black-to-commit-murder rate is even a comprehensive understanding of the situation today. Perhaps many more blacks who would be murderers or engage in extreme violence, simply haven’t had sufficient stimulus to yet. Being sufficiently distracted enough by artificial affirmative action programs in exchange for not murdering.

In any case, harrowing monstrous violence is way too much of a frequent occurence with blacks than should be tolerated. It appears to be the conclusion all ‘black culture’ is moving towards, and where it doesn’t move directly towards it, it orbits round it – affected by its gravity, sooner or later being pulled towards the well.

And harrowing monstrous violence doesn’t differentiate between victims.

Naturally in a sane world, this dire, murderous hellish situation should have real consequences for the law and penal system, and indeed it has had historically, but in recently times the consequences have all been implicit, legislation merely alleged by the Left to have disproportionately impacted blacks, as if that is a bad thing.

Time and time again, we see demonstrated in the news that negro criminals, no matter the severity of the crime, simply have no regret. It would seem to follow that blacks overwhelmingly lack the cognitive faculties, the moral framework to feel remorse or to reform, two of the key fundamental ideas that the prison system credits itself with conferring.

There is even a reasonable notion that crime itself is entirely a white, or at least non-black concept, that blacks have an utterly inadequate moral and cognitive resonance with.

As black criminals disproportionately don’t feel remorse, are unlikely to be reformed, are likely to re-offend and see their crimes as either part of normal black behavior or achievement signals to other blacks – the current system of punishment -as it pertains to blacks – is simply a hollow mockery of justice.

There are three options:

The first, what is happening or not-happening already, is to simply not address the issue and pretend that justice exists and that prison, and threat of prison, works for blacks as well as it does for whites.

The second – is to have an undisguised second set of laws that pertain specifically to the punishment of blacks as a distinct group,

and the third is the ideal of racial separation.

The second option – trying to accommodate blacks in the current failed system of racial integration would then need to empower the state to find other ways of punishing blacks, in this context – legally torturing negroes convicted of violent crime against whites and possibly non-blacks, where achievable by law to the specifics of the case.

The threshold of the death penalty could also be lowered with blacks.

As blacks are disproportionately the source of serious violent crime, if blacks can’t feel remorse and empathy and are unable to reform, then the justice system has to reform itself to take those realities into account, just as all government policy needs to adjust to current political circumstances.

Where they can’t reform or remorse, blacks can be made to suffer physically instead. This could act as a far more powerful deterrent to other blacks, where typical deterrents have failed – taking into account black cognitive deficits, like lack of morality and lack of impulse control, swapping failed punishments for ones that are appropriate to black group cognition and capacity. Under this scenario – ideally the punishments should correspond to those inflicted on the victim.


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