Mexicans Arrested for Drug Trafficking
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Our Education System Ruined by Minority Pandering

The claim the US ranks 20th in educational achievement is deceptive. Low-achieving non-Asian minorities are the reason for that. Asian Americans score with the best of advanced Asian nations while European Americans score as well as Europeans. Low scores for blacks, Latinos, and Indians mirrors the poor achievement rates of Africa and Latin America in general. Education is directly related to IQ and to some degree culture. Let's also note many crimes are related to drugs and a direct relation between crime and low IQs.

The other factor to consider are low-achieving non-Asian minorities account for most of the crime in particular violent crime where other minorities are the main victims.

Color of Crime in New Jersey

Compiled by Lewis Loflin

The Uniform Crime Report for New Jersey (2009) shows that every 24 hours there 1 murder, three rapes, 32 robberies, and 39 aggravated assaults. As usual blacks and Hispanics account for much of the violent crime.

Murder: There were 320 murders in 2009 and a total of 229 persons were arrested. 72 percent were black, 16 percent Hispanic, 11 percent white. 65 percent of the victims were black and 31.9 percent white/Hispanic. Blacks are the primary victims of black murderers and cross-racial murders are nearly 100 percent black on white.

Rape: There were 1,041 reported rapes in 2009 and 365 persons arrested. 38 percent were black, 36 percent white, and 30 percent Hispanic. The race of the victims wasn't given. 68 percent of the rapists were non-white.

A study Dean G. Kilpatrick, Ph.D. and Kenneth J. Ruggiero, Ph.D. in 2003 notes that:

Racial/ethnic background also was related to whether a woman reported having ever been raped. For example, less than 6% of Asian American women were raped at least once during their life, whereas nearly 24 percent of Native American women have been raped...

Most rapes are intra-racial in particular with minority women. This is because minority women (except Asians) are in close contact to feral black-Hispanic males. In interracial rapes thousands white women are the victims of non-whites by the thousands while Asian/white rape of blacks/Hispanics are so few they don't register as a percentage.

Carjackings: The most frequent victim age group was 20-24, which accounted for 22 percent (60) of the victim total (268). Seventy-five percent (202) of all victims were male. Fifty-one percent (137) of all victims were black.

The total number of offenders was 452. Insufficient analysis information was supplied on 36% (164) of the offenders. Of all known offenders (288), 20-24 was the most frequent offender age group and accounted for 61% (177). Ninety-eight percent (283) of all known offenders were male. Eighty-six percent (248) of all known offenders were black.

Robbery: There were 11,637 robbery offenses in 2009 and total of 4,423 persons were arrested. 63 percent of all persons arrested for robbery were black, 20 percent Hispanic, 15 percent white, 1 percent other. In other words 85 percent of those arrested for robbery were non-white.

Aggravated assault: There were 14,110 reported aggravated assaults in 2009 with 8814 arrests. 45 percent were black, 29 percent white, 24 percent Hispanic, 2 percent others. Non-whites committed 71 percent of assaults.

Burglary: There were 36,928 reported burglary offenses in 2009 with 6177 arrests. 48 percent white, 34 percent black, 17 percent Hispanic. Minorities even here still outnumber whites.

The Sentencing Project (2007) notes that New Jersey has a very low white incarceration rate per 100,000 people at 190 while 2362 blacks per 100,000 and 630 Hispanics per 100,000 are in prison.

In summery most of the violent crime is non-white and the more violent the crime the higher the percentage of non-whites. Stated another way crime rates are directly proportional to the percentage of non-Asian minorities in a community.

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Prescription drug use is a problem in Tennessee

Drug overdose deaths in Tennessee are increasing:

The number of drug overdose deaths in Tennessee increased from 422 in 2001 to 1,059 in 2010; The number of drug overdose deaths in 2010 represents an increase of 250% over the 10 year time period. Includes all drug overdose deaths where the manner of death was listed as one of the following: accidental, undetermined, suicide (intentional), or homicide.

Source: Office of Policy, Planning and Assessment, Tennessee Department of Health - Death Certificates.

The top three most prescribed controlled substances in Tennessee in 2010 are:

275.5 million pills of hydrocodone (e.g., Lortab, Lorcet, Vicodin);

116.6 million pills prescribed for alprazolam (e.g., Xanax: used to treat anxiety);

113.5 million pills prescribed for oxycodone (e.g., OxyContin, Roxicodone) Hydrocodone and oxycodone are both prescription opioids used to treat pain.

The number of drugs prescribed during 2010 to Tennesseans represents:
51 pills of hydrocodone for EVERY Tennessean above the age of 12;
22 pills of alprazolam for EVERY Tennessean above the age of 12;
21 pills of oxycodone for EVERY Tennessean above the age of 12.

Source: Report to the 2011 General Assembly by the Tennessee Department of Health Controlled Substance Database Advisory Committee, Board of Pharmacy.

Prescription drug abuse affects everyone:

Abuse of prescription opioids is the number one drug problem for Tennesseans receiving state-funded treatment services;

Almost 250,000 Tennesseans older than 12 reported abusing prescription opioids in 2009.

Source: Treatment Episode Data Set - Admission (TEDS-A). 1999 - 2009. SAMHSA State Estimates of Substance Use and Mental Disorders from the 2008 - 2009 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health.

Prescription drug abuse hits every profession and every socioeconomic level:

For those seeking state-funded treatment, people who were stable (married, employed and had at least a high school education) were 3.16 times more likely than less stable consumers to use prescription opioids than illicit drugs.

Source: Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services. Tennessee Web Information Technology System (TN WITS) Database.

Prescription drug abuse especially affects women:

While more men were admitted to treatment in 2009 than women, a higher percentage of women abuse prescription opioids;

21% of 6,827 men reported prescription opioids as their primary substance of abuse;

27% of 3,403 women listed prescription opioids as their primary substance of abuse;

35% of 142 pregnant women admitted to state-funded treatment services in Tennessee listed prescription opioids as their primary substance of abuse.

Source: SAMHSA State Estimates of Substance Use and Mental Disorders from the 2008 - 2009 National Surveys on Drug Use and Health.