4 thoughts on “Assassination of Dallas Police Inevitable in Light of Ferguson

  1. Evidence that one extreme and tragic situation leads to another. What goes around… Go back and listen to Bobby Kennedy’s speech in Indianapolis the night Martin Luther King was shot and shortly before he himself was assassinated (YouTube). The message remains no less true today that it was then.

    1. Thanks for that reminder, Matk. I just went back and reviewed a summary of his speech; the summary was uplifting. If I can find the full transcription, I will read it later when I have time.

  2. It is the experience of black people in the United States that they get stopped and targeted by law enforcement far disproportionately than their white counterparts. A black person driving along the highway fears for their lives once a police car pulls them over. There is a real racial issue that Americans must address and your post is very offensive to the many black people in the United States who have experienced racial profiling in mundane matters such traffic stops. Your post is offensive, very offensive and makes no sense at all.

    1. The focus of my article is the assassination of five police officers. The simple fact remains that Black Lives Matter has incited violence and that is not surprising when their message is: “What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want them? Now” or “pigs in blankets, fry ’em like bacon”.

      That’s what offends me.

      That there is a “real race issue that Americans must address” is obvious, but Black Lives Matters is not innocent in the Dallas slayings…the perpetrator told police he was upset about Black Lives Matter and wanted to kill white people, especially police officers.

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