The University of Notre Dame and John Gaskey, an associate professor of marketing there, both lamented last week that an article written by Gasky on interracial violence was cited in Buffalo, NY, a suspected racist screed to shoot.
In a separate statement, Notre Dame spokesman Gasky and Joel Quran both mentioned the year of publication of Gasky’s article: 2013. This effectively, if not intentionally, has created year after year gap between Gasky’s statement and this month’s seemingly hate crime.
Yet Gaski published a version of the article last year Indiana Policy Review.
Gaski’s 2013 article, published The investor’s business is dailyAttempts were made to present “inconvenient information” about racial violence following the recent trial of George Zimmerman, Trevon Martin’s assassin.
The 2021 article reiterates the same “inconvenient truth”, but the point of its exit is the racial slur following the 2020 assassination of George Floyd.
In his 2021 article, Gasky wrote, “It took zero time for opportunists in the racist hunting industry to bring accusations of creating a climate of racist danger for black citizens after the Floyd incident,” known as a racist manifesto: on race, police, fake news and some inconvenient facts. ” “It’s not just really wrong, it deserves first-degree anti-American slander because the facts are the opposite – whether anyone still knows them or not.”
Both the 2013 and 2021 articles contained statistics on race and violence, to include a specific point of sexual harassment that Buffalo cited as suspects.
Here is what Gasky wrote in 2013:
About 90 percent of the crimes of interracial violence in our country are committed by blacks against whites. The white-on-white homicide rate in the United States has surpassed the white-on-black rate by about 2.5-to-1. The black-on-white assault and battery rate exceeded the corresponding white-on-black rate in this country by at least 10-to-1.
I would rather not report what is known about US interracial rape statistics as it can be taken as arsonist, but in the case of black / white instincts the previous numbers are dwarfed. (See U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Victimization, “Victims and Offenders”) Well, here’s a hint: because the number of white-on-black rapes in any given year is so low nationally, the ratio ranges from 100 – to -1 to infinity. Liberal, politically correct feminists need to think about that.
Here is what Gasky wrote in 2021:
Here is the suppressed and inconvenient information: In our country, about 90 percent of the crimes of interracial violence are committed by blacks against whites. Really. That’s not a bad impression. The white-on-white homicide rate in the United States has surpassed the white-on-black rate by about 2.5 to 1. Black-on-white attacks and battery rates in the United States exceeded the corresponding white-on-black rates in this country by at least 10 to 1.
I would rather not report what is known about U.S. interracial rape statistics because it can be taken as a stimulus, but in the case of black-and-white instincts the previous numbers are dwarfed. (See Judiciary, Criminal Victimization in the United States, “Victims and Offenders” —if the web is not scrubbed ) Liberal, politically correct intersectional feminists need to reflect that.
Both articles state that adjusting for socio-economic conditions will control relative crime statistics, but not enough to challenge the “baseline conclusion” that “the hysterical public mantra of epidemic white-on-black violence has thus been exposed as fraud.”
Asking questions about self-confidence aside, Gasky’s figures are still relevant and perhaps misleading. According to the Federal Bureau of Justice Statistics data based on the 2019 National Crime Victimization Survey (cited in the Gaskey 2021 article), there were approximately 2.8 million violent incidents involving whites that year. Of these, 1.7 million were white criminals and about 473,000 were black criminals (the rest were reported to be Hispanic or “other” criminals).
Also in 2019, there were approximately 495,000 violent incidents involving black victims, including 90,000 white offenders and 346,000 black offenders. So for crimes with both white prey and blacks, the lion’s share of criminals of the same race are involved. In other words, a white victim is involved in about 17 percent of the violent crime with a white victim and a white criminal is involved in about 18 percent of the violent crime with a black victim.
The new version of the National Crime Victimization Survey does not include supplementary information on sexual harassment by victims and perpetrators. But Gasky claims that “international rape” is heavily involved with black criminals and white victims – again, the point that Buffalo’s suspect cites – apparently based on earlier versions of the survey: Is. But it ignores the fact that the criminal race is unavailable or listed in many rape cases (e.g., 25 percent of black cases in 2008), that rape is significantly less reported as a crime, and that it – like the most violent crime – has a clear majority of listed incidents. The nation’s victims and criminals are involved.
There are other missing contexts, where the survey attempts to draw a larger picture of crime from a relatively small sample of respondents, with major systematic critiques (sociologist Philip Cohen writes about it, and the racist establishment of rape statistics here). But perhaps the most significant problem is that both the 2013 and 2021 articles perpetuate stereotypes about race and violence, including misleading stereotypes about black men and sexual violence.
University spokesman Dennis Brown said Thursday that Notre Dame was not aware of the 2021 article before, “to my knowledge.” Separately, South Bend Tribune Reported this week that after the Buffalo shooting, Notre Dame deleted an old announcement from its website that Gasky and his parents had pledged most of their respective estates to the university, in order to be named a professor of marketing science in their name.
In 2008, the announcement said, Gaskey “formalized an agreement to become the first faculty member of Notre Dame, which, in fact, pays off forever for his own successors.” The chair – designed to “immortalize John and his parents” – was estimated to be worth more than $ 4 million when realized.
“A chair has high visibility,” Gasky said. “It simply came to our notice then. It’s not too much for a man to ask eternity!
Brown said some news coverage of Gasky after the shooting suggested he had been “honored” with a grant-in-aid professorship when he “gifted a property to fund a dedicated chair instead. We took the page down to avoid further confusion.”