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 This  country is probably the most racially  diverse nation in the English speaking  world and whereas Nazism will probably never be part of the US government; there's still a good deal to appreciate about this often rejected political system. Let's look at the Black population in the USA for what it is and try understanding their plight under the light of a racial biologist. And here, there is a great deal to see. In fact ,doing so would increase our understanding of Blacks and appreciate their struggle for survival... One misplaced notion is the theory of high expectations and attempting to provide the means for Blacks to accomplish and even surpass these expectations.. And this being done to compensate for past deprivations and opportunity denial. but is it fair to expect Blacks to conform to the 

expectations of a society and a culture that they took no part in creating? ..  Does this help to explain the failures of Blacks to successfully integrate in US society? 

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A young man who was trusted to walk his childhood friend home but raped and murdered her has been jailed for life.

Wesley Streete, 20, was convicted on 5 August of Keeley Bunker’s murder despite claiming he had accidentally killed her during consensual sex.

Wesley Streete, left, was convicted for Keeley Bunker's murder. (PA Images/SWNS)
Wesley Streete, left, was convicted for Keeley Bunker's murder. (PA Images/SWNS)

He was also convicted of two other counts of rape, three counts of sexual assault and a charge of sexual activity with a child, against three other victims, said to have happened in previous years.

On Friday, he was given a minimum of 29 years in jail.

Stafford Crown Court heard how Streete, a former warehouse packer, had joined Bunker and her best friend Monique Riggon in Birmingham for a night out celebrating her birthday before getting a taxi back to Tamworth.

Keeley Bunker was found dead in September. (SWNS)
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