Yup, that's why the FBI says that blacks commit more homicides than any other race despite being only 13% of population.
Here's a few other facts:
·There are dramatic race differences in crime rates. Asians have the lowest rates, followed by whites, and then Hispanics. Blacks have notably high crime rates. This pattern holds true for virtually all crime categories and for virtually all age groups.
·In 2013, a black was six times more likely than a nonblack to commit murder, and 12 times more likely to murder someone of another race than to be murdered by someone of another race.
·In 2014 in New York City, a black was 31 times more likely than a white to be arrested for murder, and a Hispanic was 12.4 times more likely. For the crime of "shooting"-defined as firing a bullet that hits someone-a black was 98.4 times more likely than a white to be arrested, and a Hispanic was 23.6 times more likely.
·If New York City were all white, the murder rate would drop by 91 percent, the robbery rate by 81 percent, and the shootings rate by 97 percent.
·In an all-white Chicago, murder would decline 90 percent, rape by 81 percent, and robbery by 90 percent.
Blacks are seven times more likely to be in prison than whites. Hispanics are three times more likely.
In 2001, there were 600,593 blacks in state and federal prisons and 35.4 million blacks in the US population, for an incarceration rate of 1,695 per 100,000. The white incarceration rate was 236 per 100,000.
they have more freedoms in Poland than you do as a dual national, becuase they can exercise EU and national rights, outside of the Polish system.
Oh really? They have more freedoms huh? So why for example are they not allowed to vote in a presidential election in Poland then?
This means that a Polish citizen cannot rely with legal effect on the citizenship of another country and on the rights and obligations resulting thereof in dealings with Polish authorities.
No ****.... regardless, I, along with the 38 million other Polish citizens living in PL, have more rights under the Polish constitution and Polish law than a mere resident - including voting. It's the almost same in every country - if you go to Mexico as a Mexican-American the Mexican authorities look at you as a Mexican citizen and you have the privileges and obligations of such...