Every once and awhile say that criminals cause problems too. Right now, the American black community has entered an almost Dali-like world of surrealness where blacks - or anyone really - can break the law, rape, murder, assault, threaten the innocent, and if anything goes wrong, police are killers!
I mean, that's nuts, and more nuts than I dare you to find in many other eras in human history. Yet not only has it gripped the black community, but I'm seeing nobody anywhere else - and that includes in education, corporate America, politics, and even religion - point out that every now and then there is such a thing as personal accountability. That every once in a while, criminals can sometimes be a least slightly to blame for crimes.
Bonus points for recognizing in that article another 21st Century post-modern distinctive. That is, in addition to post-human race group identity, whether or not you are capable of making a mistake or accidently doing something as opposed to purposefully doing evil is based solely on which group you happen to belong to at the moment.
So to group A - black America - anything done by anyone in groups B (Police) and C (whites in general) can be for no reason than purposeful killing and racism. Accidents simply don't happen in these cases. There can be nothing other than a purpsose Everything is on purpose and for the worst reasons.
Meanwhile, again, we don't even care about blacks committing crimes. Accident or not, nobody - including politicians, educators, journalists and religious leaders - appears to care enough to do something about it more than an occasional block party or march through the streets. Because the main cause of most violence against blacks isn't the problem?
It's one crazy age. As my sons said, if Medieval peasants had Monty Python, their skits would probably look a lot like us.