Black Mob Violence on Campus: Soft Targets Everywhere

Nytesa Gant knows why black mob violence is so widespread at her campus.

"Of course violence is going to happen when you have 1,000-plus people intoxicated at a party,” Gant told WHIO. She was talking about a recent riot -- that local media refused to call a riot -- on the campus of Central State University, a black school in Ohio.

The violence occurred after a recent homecoming concert. “Police on scene called for back up,” reported Gabrielle Enright of WHIO. “Using the code 99, meaning an officer was in trouble.”

Soon the campus was flooded with more than 60 cops from 28 nearby departments. But even this army of police could not contain the fighting, property destruction, mayhem, chaos, defiance, attacks on police, and gunfire from this large group of black people.

Pepper spray finally did the trick. Much to the consternation of Ms. Gant, a CSU student: “All that force was not necessary,” she declared.

Three people were arrested and charged with misdemeanors.

At Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, police say they kind of expect it there too:

In September, a group of 40 in a “black mob went door to door to the white frat houses trying to get into private parties,” said one member of local law enforcement. “They forced their way into the last house, dragged several into the street and beat them. Three white kids were hospitalized. The state’s attorney won’t charge mob action because the white kids tried to fight back.”

“I have not personally seen the video but it was described to me by people who worked the case. One of the attackers was beating an unconscious white kid, knocked his teeth out. Another had a bottle broken over his head,” said the law enforcement official.

Local media’s account of the violence was curiously antiseptic, making it seem this was just some of the usual college hijinks that sometimes get out of hand.

It was not. Nine black people were arrested on various charges of assault.

Less than a month later, it happened again. Also at NIU. This time, the large group of black people tried to force their way into the Hispanic fraternity, Alpha Psi Lambda. They were also turned away.

“The people could not get in then started throwing things at the house and banging on it,” said SaukValley.com. “The group left, then came back with more people before the fight began.”

Said the law enforcement officer: “A group of black males tried to crash the party and one of the party crashers was stabbed in the testicles. He has since lost both of them.”

One of the frat members was charged in the stabbing, but he claims it was in self-defense. The people who started the riot were not charged. “There is an ongoing practice where large group of black people come to DeKalb the first weekend of fall classes at NIU and on homecoming weekend,” said the law enforcement official. “It gets so bad that the state police supplement locals with an additional 30 troopers.”

Update: At the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, local media reported a what seemed like mild encounter following an October football game. A reader of American Thinker filled in the blanks about these shootings at off campus housing in a neighborhood full of students of Notre Dame and Holy Cross College.

“A group of black teenagers (15 and 16 years old) attempted to push their way into the home of a group of students and when they were not allowed in one of the black teens shot one of the students in the head,” he said. “The bullet missed the student's brain by 1/4 inch and he has recovered. Fortunately, one of the students inside the house had a conceal carry permit and he returned fire, shattering the leg of one of the intruders. If he hadn't been carrying, the outcome would have been much worse.”

Other residents of South Bend report black mob violence and black on white crime directed at Notre Dame students are increasingly frequent in the ghettos surrounding the campus.

About 170 miles south of DeKalb at the University of Illinois in Champaign, black mob violence returned to the campus known as the birthplace of Polar Bear Hunting -- a version of the Knockout Game were black people attack white students.

During one 15-minute period in October, a mob of black people attacked five white people in four separate incidents.

Today, news reports say the violence was much worse than anyone suspected: “In the last two weeks, Champaign and university police have seen about a dozen cases of mob action or robbery on the university’s campus,” WBBM’s Newsradio’s Nancy Harty reported. “Police said the incidents usually involve a group of males attacking one or two victims. Sometimes a female is with the attackers, and uses mace or pepper spray on the victims.”

The local media refuses to say the suspects are all black. At least today.

They were not as shy when Polar Bear Hunting first surfaced as a form of racial violence in Champaign in 2010. The local paper then described it as well as anyone in a story about the attack on a TV personality: “The 50-year-old former weatherman for WILL-TV and, before that, WCIA-TV, is among the latest in a growing list of white men in town being slugged for sport by young black men. (Earlier reports indicated a slang term of "polar bear hunting" for these attacks.)"

The local press will not voluntarily disclose what federal law forces the university to do: Release a full description of the predators. This description is from university records connected to the recent four attacks on five people. “In all the cases, the victims described the suspects as a group of black males. The number in the group ranged from 6 to 8.”

College campuses loath reporting the description of people involved in hurting their students. That is because on campuses around the country, the number of black people involved in the violence is astronomically out of proportion.

NIU tries to soften the blow by apologizing for complying with federal law: “Information about the race or ethnicity of alleged offenders is provided only to aid detailed descriptions that include physical stature, clothing or unusual characteristics. Racial descriptions do not, by themselves, offer a meaningful picture of an individual's appearance.”

Which might be true if these attacks were isolated and all the attackers did not share a central organizing feature: They are black.

But the attacks are not isolated. Neither is the black on white violence.

And neither is the way that the press ignores and denies it.

Nytesa Gant knows why black mob violence is so widespread at her campus.

"Of course violence is going to happen when you have 1,000-plus people intoxicated at a party,” Gant told WHIO. She was talking about a recent riot -- that local media refused to call a riot -- on the campus of Central State University, a black school in Ohio.

The violence occurred after a recent homecoming concert. “Police on scene called for back up,” reported Gabrielle Enright of WHIO. “Using the code 99, meaning an officer was in trouble.”

Soon the campus was flooded with more than 60 cops from 28 nearby departments. But even this army of police could not contain the fighting, property destruction, mayhem, chaos, defiance, attacks on police, and gunfire from this large group of black people.

Pepper spray finally did the trick. Much to the consternation of Ms. Gant, a CSU student: “All that force was not necessary,” she declared.

Three people were arrested and charged with misdemeanors.

At Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, police say they kind of expect it there too:

In September, a group of 40 in a “black mob went door to door to the white frat houses trying to get into private parties,” said one member of local law enforcement. “They forced their way into the last house, dragged several into the street and beat them. Three white kids were hospitalized. The state’s attorney won’t charge mob action because the white kids tried to fight back.”

“I have not personally seen the video but it was described to me by people who worked the case. One of the attackers was beating an unconscious white kid, knocked his teeth out. Another had a bottle broken over his head,” said the law enforcement official.

Local media’s account of the violence was curiously antiseptic, making it seem this was just some of the usual college hijinks that sometimes get out of hand.

It was not. Nine black people were arrested on various charges of assault.

Less than a month later, it happened again. Also at NIU. This time, the large group of black people tried to force their way into the Hispanic fraternity, Alpha Psi Lambda. They were also turned away.

“The people could not get in then started throwing things at the house and banging on it,” said SaukValley.com. “The group left, then came back with more people before the fight began.”

Said the law enforcement officer: “A group of black males tried to crash the party and one of the party crashers was stabbed in the testicles. He has since lost both of them.”

One of the frat members was charged in the stabbing, but he claims it was in self-defense. The people who started the riot were not charged. “There is an ongoing practice where large group of black people come to DeKalb the first weekend of fall classes at NIU and on homecoming weekend,” said the law enforcement official. “It gets so bad that the state police supplement locals with an additional 30 troopers.”

Update: At the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, local media reported a what seemed like mild encounter following an October football game. A reader of American Thinker filled in the blanks about these shootings at off campus housing in a neighborhood full of students of Notre Dame and Holy Cross College.

“A group of black teenagers (15 and 16 years old) attempted to push their way into the home of a group of students and when they were not allowed in one of the black teens shot one of the students in the head,” he said. “The bullet missed the student's brain by 1/4 inch and he has recovered. Fortunately, one of the students inside the house had a conceal carry permit and he returned fire, shattering the leg of one of the intruders. If he hadn't been carrying, the outcome would have been much worse.”

Other residents of South Bend report black mob violence and black on white crime directed at Notre Dame students are increasingly frequent in the ghettos surrounding the campus.

About 170 miles south of DeKalb at the University of Illinois in Champaign, black mob violence returned to the campus known as the birthplace of Polar Bear Hunting -- a version of the Knockout Game were black people attack white students.

During one 15-minute period in October, a mob of black people attacked five white people in four separate incidents.

Today, news reports say the violence was much worse than anyone suspected: “In the last two weeks, Champaign and university police have seen about a dozen cases of mob action or robbery on the university’s campus,” WBBM’s Newsradio’s Nancy Harty reported. “Police said the incidents usually involve a group of males attacking one or two victims. Sometimes a female is with the attackers, and uses mace or pepper spray on the victims.”

The local media refuses to say the suspects are all black. At least today.

They were not as shy when Polar Bear Hunting first surfaced as a form of racial violence in Champaign in 2010. The local paper then described it as well as anyone in a story about the attack on a TV personality: “The 50-year-old former weatherman for WILL-TV and, before that, WCIA-TV, is among the latest in a growing list of white men in town being slugged for sport by young black men. (Earlier reports indicated a slang term of "polar bear hunting" for these attacks.)"

The local press will not voluntarily disclose what federal law forces the university to do: Release a full description of the predators. This description is from university records connected to the recent four attacks on five people. “In all the cases, the victims described the suspects as a group of black males. The number in the group ranged from 6 to 8.”

College campuses loath reporting the description of people involved in hurting their students. That is because on campuses around the country, the number of black people involved in the violence is astronomically out of proportion.

NIU tries to soften the blow by apologizing for complying with federal law: “Information about the race or ethnicity of alleged offenders is provided only to aid detailed descriptions that include physical stature, clothing or unusual characteristics. Racial descriptions do not, by themselves, offer a meaningful picture of an individual's appearance.”

Which might be true if these attacks were isolated and all the attackers did not share a central organizing feature: They are black.

But the attacks are not isolated. Neither is the black on white violence.

And neither is the way that the press ignores and denies it.