Almost every white person in America works, consciously and unconsciously, to insulate their families from the consequences of diversity. To earn a living to move far away from diversity, even if one publicly praises diversity and its obviously spurious benefits, is proof of a desire to sustain implicit whiteness.
But happens when diversity comes to you and you aren't capable of escaping in time?
Your property value, appreciating yearly when the community was all-white, immediately starts to depreciate to the black mean. What should be a safe investment in your future (the equity in your home being one of your primary assets) becomes an impossible liability to unload and a reminder the Visible Black Hand of Economics is all too real a phenomenon.
Case in point, Elisabeth Faye Cannon of Macon. Black teenagers had been harassing her family by throwing rocks at Cannon's house, so she did the only sensible thing imaginable and shot at them. She was arrested and this past Tuesday indicted.
But it's when you read the story of Cannon's family, forced to live in the horrifying, stupefying blackness of Macon, Georgia, you'll understand why white Americans without college degrees are dying younger: they can't escape the consequences of diversity by momentarily moving to a safe, thriving all-white enclave (inevitably to have the fate of being overwhelmed by the rising tide of color).
This is the unspoken tragedy of Elisabeth Faye Cannon of Macon. She and her family were left behind as the unforgiving blackness of Africans in America stamped out what remained of western civilization in her community. [Rock-throwing teens ‘terrorized’ her, woman charged with shooting 15-year-old says, Macon Telegraph, January 18, 2017]:
A woman charged with shooting a teenage boy in the head Monday night said Wednesday that she and her husband had been terrorized at home by a group of rock-throwing teens for a week and “felt really unsafe and extremely threatened.”
Elisabeth Cannon, 47, faces two counts of aggravated assault in the shooting of 15-year-old Vernon Marcus Jr., who remains in critical condition at a Macon hospital. She was booked in the Bibb County jail Monday night and released Tuesday evening, records show.
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