As a black person, I only particularly feel that my hair is better than yours, and that my Café au lait complexion makes me substantially less inclined to burn. Outside of those areas my supperiority has nothing to do with race. :)
Right, because the US has no building codes, has never had a functioning government, and lives in such poverty that it can’t do anything to help itself. It is also only 5’ above the water, and practically lawless. Totally forgot about those things.
Even your second point is laughable. The US did, functionally, diddly to “fix” Haiti’s problems.
While I think thats a good thing, your final comment has a lot more to do with the factors leading to having highly educated workforces. Educating women definitely helps, but not growing your own crops helps more.
I don’t see python as advocating the witholding of due process, my interpretation is that he simply considers the kid guilty, as do I. Now also think a court should try him, and he should rot (I’d be amenable to frying too I guess) in prison. I don’t want the court to decide based on what I have seen in the news, I want them to decide based on the evidence presented, however having seen the news that seems pretty damning.
Honestly most of the people in Boston are pretty damned laid back about it, I haven’t heard anyone local clamoring for more cameras or drones or anything. Fox and the rest of the country are though seem to be having at it. Now I don’t think more cameras are necessarily a bad thing, but they obviously didn’t prevent it, and as of yet nothing has been said to imply they contributed substantially to apprehending the suspect. Theoretically could they? Sure, but I think it’s just as likely that they would have worse effects.
Side note, for all the talk, there are fewer cameras than the articles seem to be making out. In no way is it on every corner, though they are scattered about.