Hi, Locke here. The term "Black Lives Matter" has sparked this opinionated speech.
Sometime ago there was this African America boy, Michael Brown, who attacked a police officer and was shot. When the police officer was not put on trial, they burned their town down. So, when a black kid gets killed in self defence it is a crime and a town burns down. In contrast when Dillon Taylor, an unarmed white person, was shot by black officer, nothing happens. Where is Dillon's town?
Really look at the cases, they are almost the same. Washington Times says that "the cases are nearly identical". Where is Taylor's front page article? Where are his riots? Does he not deserve them? Rosh Limbaugh explains that the current world view is that Whites are the oppressors and African Americans are the saintly victims. His exact words are, "In the current climate in the United States, a black person can never be an oppressor, and a white person can never be a victim."
Where are the MSNBC head lines? Well they never wrote a story on it. If you look up Michael Brown on MSNBC there are 30 pages of stories (there are actually 30 pages of stories). On CNN, for Taylor there is one video. For Michael Brown on CNN there are 2790 results.
Dillon isn't the only one. The media is incredibly liberal and ensures that everyone else believes these views. Minorities are treated as if they are better than everyone else. This "minority rule" only applies if you are the "right minority" i.e. African American, hispanic, Native American etc..
The media and people, believe these fallacies to be self evident, only African Americans can be victims and White people are always the oppressors, and "right minorities" are superior to "normal minorities".