Nothing is being done to Blacks in America that they can’t fix themselves by changing their own ideology and behavior from anarchy to civilized, especially where laws and procedures are designed to protect responding officers from harm by people who think the law shouldn’t apply to them due to their race and culture.
Blacks in America want affirmative action for crimes committed and to be treated under the Constitution of the USA as a protected class of people, based on their race and their self-proclaimed innate inability to understand thus follow or obey the laws of the land.
The American African seeks privilege outside the law based solely on their race.
Their stated desire to make friendships with police takes us back to the days of the Mafia, when friendships meant not having to obey the law. If I’m your friend you can’t arrest me. If you’re my friend you have to turn the other way when I commit a crime.
I never wanted to be friends with a police officer. I was brought up to fear them. Blacks on T.V. get all damp-eyed when telling stories about telling their kids to fear the police. What is THAT all about? My mother told us that if we were ever arrested she’d let us rot in jail. She didn’t expect us to be friends with police nor for the police to raise us. She would have had a fit if she discovered that I was playing ball with a stranger who was also a police officer. And if we did something wrong it would be all on us, not on society or the other kid’s fault or the fault of their parents.
Adult American Africans really do act like children. Our own president and first lady act like children, getting all upset over being Black. What’s the big deal. Grow a pair. Oh, somebody looked at me funny when I entered a store. Yeah, well they look at me funny too. I don’t get all teary-eyed thinking it’s my race. So what if it is.
Blacks always preaching to everybody else on how to act, crumble like a dry cookie when somebody looks at them. What’s that all about? Ever see how they look at white people?
Stop trying to skirt the law. Stop all that fake emotion too. Nobody has to like you because of your color.
If you want to be liked and respected, then act likable and respectable.
You can be handicapped by prejudice. You can’t be handicapped by race.