What black person did you ask this question? And it is racist. It's extremely racist....It's not only racist, it's thoughtless.
You're just spouting typical PC hogwash, Perry. Did you listen to any of the (relatively brief) videos I posted (all black people talking)? I could post hundreds more just like them. Many, many blacks, including a great number of highly respected academicians, abhor the mindset which attempts to divert blacks from looking at their "real" problems, many having to do with a self-defeating culture where one always portrays oneself as a helpless victim of oppressors.
Violent black on black crime is an epidemic. That's just the statistical fact, where you consider the facts to be "politically correct," or not. And it's not just crime. It's a general lack of respect of oneself and others. Many blacks have simply "given up," and consider their situation so hopeless that they've come to believe that no amount of effort will improve their lot. Many ridicule "honky" values, such as education, and consider it a badge of honor to do poorly in school (when they attend) and drop out early. It is a bragging point to have spent time in prison for many young blacks. They delight in gaming the welfare system and "sticking it to the man." Many also brag about the number of women they have impregnated. No need to try to help take care of any of the children borne by any of those baby Mamas--the state will do that. Scoring and doing drugs is a sign of "success" for many young blacks.
Disrepect for women (who are all hos and bitches) is rampant. Extreme cruelty is also reason for bragging. Killing others is ranked especially high on the ladder which accords "respect." Short of that, beating someone senseless and maiming them for life is also quite "respect-worthy" for many young blacks.
Of course I'm not saying that every black is like that, or even the majority. But these extremely significant problems that have infiltrated black culture.
Again, watch the videos I posted, and listen to the blacks who are most familiar with their own cultural situation.