When white people are accused by the black community of killing people of color, they are accused, rightly or wrongly, of being the racists who caused the problem in the first place.
I have been accused of calling for the murder of black people by a white person myself, and it has never occurred to me that a white man might have been the one who killed me.
In the United States, white people face a disproportionate number of lynchings, gang rapes, and other forms of racist violence, and there is a strong presumption that any person who accuses a white male of the crime is lying.
For some, however, this presumption is misplaced, as it allows them to maintain that they are innocent, and can even avoid charges of racist harassment.
This is why I have been calling for a national discussion about race relations.
There is a deep-rooted problem in our society, and the white supremacist movement has no legitimate political power.
It is not that white people don’t have power in this country.
The problem is that many people have a pathological need to believe that they have a right to have power over black people.
Some white people will say that they simply don’t care what happens to black people in America, because they have never experienced racism themselves.
But the truth is, they have experienced racist harassment, and racism is a form of racism.
If you are a white supremacist, there is no excuse for racism.