I said that FBI statistics prove that they commit a disproportionate amount of crime despite only being 13% of the population. They commit over half of all violent crime in the country and I posted FBI and Justice Dept stats proving it.
so, again....what have "they" done to earn it?
The black community in 2013 is at the pinnacle of their sensitivity to racism. A lot of progress has been made to gain equality and a lot of people have suffered and sacrificed to gain that progress. I am happy that the progress was gained, because no group of people deserves to be treated in such a poor manner. Now that equality has been gained, it is difficult to justify the cries of racism. In America, the race card held by black people is very potent. It can get people fired, make people publicly apologize, get people fined, etc etc. There is a mentality in the black community that it is 'us against everybody.' It has created an enormous amount of guilt for all other races (especially whites). Simply stating obvious cultural difference is now considered 'racist.'
The question, again.
If you were presented with two people:
Person A) Believed, because you were a different skin color (we will use black and white), that your words and actions and opinions towards them were racist, regardless how how unambigously not racist they may seem to you. You would not have the freedom to speak freely for fear of being called a racist. You would have that sense of guilt which I previously described.
Person B) Simply viewed you as another person and did not jump to conclusions of racism simply because you disagreed with them or pointed out difference in their culture and yours.
Which person would you be more likely to feel racist towards? If you were constantly presented with person A and constantly saw examples of person A in the media, would you begin to feel racist (even though you aren't?) Would you feel guilt even though you should not? Would you feel a sense of racism towards them in return for labeling you a racist?
I hope this clears up my question.