An African-American Man Was Killed By The Police “I Called You to Help Me, But You Killed My Brother”

Last Tuesday, an African- American man was killed by the US police, after his sister called them because he was having a mental health emergency. However, the police killed him indiscriminately,alleging that he may have had a gun. In recent years, the police have been involved in many racial crimes in the country, and the US government has not done anything to change this fact. The government should ensure the protection of all citizens all across the country. What is happening in terms of racism is a reflection of the system itself.

People are starting to think that behind these criminal acts coming from the government to perpetuate their power. What are these hidden interests?According to some theories, if people from different communities fight each other, then they do not have time to think about other things. In this way, the government ensures that people will not think about changing the system. However, the government has a golden opportunity to demonstrate that all these conspiracy theories are wrong. I am sure that people from all across the country would be happy to see that the US government has taken actions to sanction those who commit racial crimes.

The USA is a very influential country in the world and should be the first to set a good example in terms of rights.

If the government does not take any action to protect people against racial crimes, then people should be legitimated to take peaceful actions to “recover” their institutions.

The racist way of thinking is obsolete, people should be more tolerant,and less selfish. It doesn’t matter if someone is black or white because we are all human beings, and we should respect each other. If our society wants to prosper, racism should disappear.


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