Ethnic cleansing in Los Angeles

Multiculturalism + negative social mood = conflict.

Reports of ethnic cleansing in Los Angeles has been under reported, but it will continue to grow even as the media sheds light on the subject.

Attack on family in Compton latest incident in wave of anti-black violence
When a friend came to visit, four men in a black SUV pulled up and called him a "nigger," saying black people were barred from the neighborhood, according to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies. They jumped out, drew a gun on him and beat him with metal pipes.

It was just the beginning of what detectives said was a campaign by a Latino street gang to force an African American family to leave.

The attacks on the family are the latest in a series of violent incidents in which Latino gangs targeted blacks in parts of greater Los Angeles over the last decade.

Compton, with a population of about 97,000, was predominantly black for many years. It is now 65% Latino and 33% black, according to the 2010 U.S. census. But it's not only historically black areas that have been targeted.

Federal authorities have alleged in several indictments in the last decade that the Mexican Mafia prison gang has ordered street gangs under its control to attack African Americans. Leaders of the Azusa 13 gang were sentenced to lengthy prison terms earlier this month for leading a policy of attacking African American residents and expelling them from the town.
This is a major trend underway that will only grow with an amnesty for illegal immigrants that could add 10-20 million more Americans, many of whom are Latino.

Immigrants are more likely to be racist against other nationalities. A rise in anti-semitism in Europe and the United States, for example, is being mainly driven by immigration.

Most multicultural societies are held together by a dominant majority, but when that majority slips from power, as we see in California which is now less than 50% white, chaos ensues.

Many people may dismiss the incident as a localized or one off event, they may consider the charge of ethnic cleansing excessive. However, based on social mood, demographics and the government's financial position, it is a very reasonable assume escalating conflict (both in number and in the level of violence) alongside a weakening government less and less able to stop the violence. The next time there are "riots" in LA, it might actually be organized urban warfare.

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