Regarding lynchings… For a brief time in American history lynching a criminal , depending on the nature of the crime, became a common occurrence. Apparently, people (whites and blacks) felt they had just as much right to enforce the law as the sheriff , as well as operate as judge and jury. Lynchings pretty much died out in the 1930s. In 1937, eight negroes were lynched. Two negroes were reported lynched in 1939, three in 1943… and between 1948 and 1950 none were reported lynched. And between 1951 and 1960, one negro was lynched.
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Black males being lynched from 1900 to 1922:
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Prabhupada said, “I have heard from many women that they rape. The negroes, they capture and rape.” – Morning walk, 20 April 1974, Hyderabad
Prabhupada: That Central Park, nobody can walk there. I have heard from many women that they rape. The negroes, they capture and rape. Life is unsafe even in a civilized city like New York. So what is this civilization? Our (name withheld) was… [break] …Park. (Name withheld) our. Yes, she said.
Mahamsa: She said?
Prabhupada: No, no, she said. She was captured by a group of negroes to rape her. [break] That girl, what is his name? (name withheld) wife?
Satsvarupa: (Name withheld).
Prabhupada: She was raped.
Prabhupada: Yes. She was raped.
Prabhupada: Sudra is to be controlled only. They are never given to be freedom. Just like in America. The blacks were slaves. They were under control. And since you have given them equal rights they are disturbing, most disturbing, always creating a fearful situation, uncultured and drunkards. What training they have got? They have got equal right. That is best, to keep them under control as slaves but give them sufficient food, sufficient cloth, not more than that. Then they will be satisfied.
Room Conversation, Varnasrama System Must Be Introduced, February 14, 1977, Mayapura
Prabhupada from BG 1.36, Purport:: According to Vedic injunctions there are six kinds of aggressors: (1) a poison giver, (2) one who sets fire to the house, (3) one who attacks with deadly weapons, (4) one who plunders riches, (5) one who occupies another’s land, and (6) one who kidnaps a wife. Such aggressors are at once to be killed, and no sin is incurred by killing such aggressors. Such killing of aggressors is quite befitting any ordinary man, but Arjuna was not an ordinary person. He was saintly by character, and therefore he wanted to deal with them in saintliness. This kind of saintliness, however, is not for a kṣatriya. Although a responsible man in the administration of a state is required to be saintly, he should not be cowardly.