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This post was edited by timbatu at 2012-8-12 08:38|
At the public funeral, Governor Walker of Wisconsin told the minorities that they need to use "love" to react to "hate". He stopped short of tolerating the minorities to defend their rights and lives.
This is no surprise.
Backed by factual data, the Wisconsin state, especially its Equal Rights Division, does nothing to help minorities complaints about inequality. It pains me to witness that minorities are still feared by the US regime. Religious or ethnic minorities in the US cannot do anything when they are subject to daily hatred, racism or discrimination. The minorities are instructed to quietly endure the suffering. Do nothing, react with love.
Especially in Wisconsin, if any minority dares to complain or challenge the inequality, he or she is immediately persecuted. The minorities are likely watched closely by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security located in Milwaukee Wisconsin.
In fact, if you check the under reported news, multiple race riots have broken up in Milwaukee area in the last several years, for example the Wisconsin State Fair riot in 2011.
Historically, the US brutally suppressed the Black Panther Party from the region. As of today, Milwaukee city is still one of the most segregated city in the entire United States.
Such public statements from such a high level politician reveal the foundation of the US democracy: white-supremacy. Minorities living in the US are muted and suffering.