Across the generations and across the country, as we have seen riots and looting in Detroit, Watts, Newark, Los Angeles, Cincinnati, Miami, Chicago, Ferguson, Minneapolis, New York City, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Washington DC and Kenosha, WI. It seems that rioting and looting are always just one racial incident away. The white elite would tell us that this doesn’t mean the racial justice experiment has failed. We just have to try harder. We need more money, more time, more understanding, more sympathy, more social programs, defund the police, more opportunities, more welfare, more free lunches, more basketball courts, more loud ghetto music, more wigs, more needles for the junkies.

But nothing changes no matter how much money is spent, no matter how many laws are passed, no matter how many black ‘geniuses’ are portrayed on TV and movie films, and no matter who is president. Some argue it’s a problem of “culture,” as if culture creates people’s behavior instead of the other way around. Others blame “white privilege.”

But since 1964, when the elites opened America’s doors to the Third World, immigrants from Asia and India–people who are not white, not rich, and not “connected”–have quietly, disciplined succeeded. While the children of these people are winning spelling bees and getting top scores on the SAT, black “youths” are committing half the country’s violent crime–crime, which includes viciously punching random white people on the street for the thrill of it, that has nothing to do with poverty, killing police officers.

Change must first start in the black community on all levels. If you want to change people’s (white) stereotype of the black race, stop doing the things that give people that impression.

First stop Black on Black crime, address and solve the single mother issue, stop high levels of teenage pregnancy, teach self worth, NOT false pride, stop the drug dealing in the neighborhoods, stop glorifying the gangsters in the hood, start by holding people of color that have made something of themselves up as examples and NOT sports stars and rappers, dress appropriate and stop wearing sagging shorts, work on speaking properly NOT with a slave-like accent, stop playing basketball and read more. If you don’t want a white person using the N word, how about you don’t use it, so stop the double standards imposed on others, stop expecting other ethnic groups to imitate your LOWER STANDARDS and instead imitate the higher standards of others. Martin Luther King organized peaceful demonstrations for equal rights. There was not looting, rioting, violence or buildings burned down. The Black community has equal rights and all sorts of help available to rise to a better life. Stop playing the victim and participate as an American citizen and not as a Black citizen. Personal success is COLOR BLIND.

By Rick