USA Today has used the tragedy in Tucson, Arizona as an opportunity to issue some Anti-White propaganda:
Images of the deranged white assassin Jared Loughner (who according to some sources might actually be jewish) have saturated the media landscape. But have you seen USA Today's story on Daniel Hernandez (below), a congressional intern who valiantly attended to Loughner's wounded and dying victims?
Such a juxtaposition of a "white" criminal and a minority hero might be considered a normal, occasional occurrence. It is bound to happen from time to time in a nation of 300 million, despite the fact that whites are far more likely to be the victims of minority crime than vice versa.
But then Anti-White Media moguls at the USA Today decided to pick at this fresh wound and, in the context of the Arizona tragedy, make the absurd, subjective, and totally unverifiable claim that "blacks and Hispanics [are] twice as likely as whites to perform heroic deeds[!]"
This claim is apparently based on a study by Stanford Prof Philip Zimbardo, who says he seeks to probe deeper into why there are such striking differences between races with regard to heroism. He speculates that non-whites, "being discriminated against, have more compassion to others in need."
After doing some research on Zimbardo, I find nothing to dissuade me of the opinion that he is yet another academic of middling intelligence who nonetheless has made a "brilliant career" for himself by saying exactly what certain powerful groups want to hear.