By Nicholas Stix on September 30, 2011
At 4 a.m. on May 30—Memorial Day—in the middle of “Urban Beach Week”— Raymond Herisse, 22, of Boynton Beach, Florida, was shot dead by police in the South Beach area of Miami Beach.
[VDARE.com note: As usual, none of the mainstream media has published anything useful about Raymond Herisse’s citizenship status, where he was born, et cetera.However, leftwing blogger Axis of Logic describes him this way: Miami Police Assassinate Character of Haitian Youth After Taking His Life]
“Urban Beach Week,” aka “Hip-Hop Weekend” has come to mean anarchy in Miami Beach. Up to 300,000 black “hip-hop” fans, many intent on wreaking havoc, descend upon a city with fewer than 90,000 residents, only four percent of whom are black. They assault and intimidate people, block traffic, blast music 24/7, steal food and drink, trash restaurants, urinate on police vans, and fondle every woman who tries to walk down the street. This mayhem is a ten-year tradition.
The unfortunate truth: this is what too many blacks, of all ages and social classes, understand as “just having fun”—committing crimes, or cheering them on, as they watch the world burn.