Posted 5 years ago on March 8, 2015, 5:23 p.m. EST by agkaiser
from Fredericksburg, TX
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
I heard about a video showing a white female cop being beat by black women. I was asked [rhetorically?] “Why do they do such things?” I haven't seen the video. But many videos of white people and cops assaulting and even killing blacks have been seen recently and over the years. If the “counter” video exists how much should we let it muddy the waters for us?
In order to try to get a balanced picture I used several different search engines with variously worded search phrases. Duckduckgo, Yahoo, Altavista and Google produced similar results. You need to try this to see that no matter how you write the phrase, most search engines produce black on white violence video results first and in greatest number. Following the links you find more blatantly conservative racially bigoted sites than anything else.
I'm not sure why the search engines seem to favour such sites. It may have to do with Meta or Title html tags that the web designers use. Or it may be that the order or wording of 'info' that is presented is designed by the authors to “appeal” to search engine methodology. In any case, the obviously biased wording of the search phrases I used (among other non biased phrasings that produced surprisingly similar results) are exemplified below:
'white violence on black video'
'white cop violence black victims videos'
I have no idea why search engines produce results that favour white supremacist and conservative racially bigoted web sights. But you can check it out and let me know if I'm wrong to believe that our attention is being systematically diverted from real dangers like concentration of wealth, which would tend to pit poor against rich instead of each other.