by Giulio Meotti
Frightening images from the US on fire after George Floyd’s death: attempted lynching of whites, banks and shops looted across the country, curfews, churches and statues burning, elderly ladies beaten up for defending their shops.But the tragic death of Floyd by a police officer is not the real reason that led to such a crisis. The policeman will serve many years in prison and the US president has condemned what happened. What else could one expect to happen in a democratic country in response to this terrible event?
And despite what the media tell you, America is less, not more racist. There have been two terms of the first black president, there are preferential lanes for minorities in universities and at work, even old classic novels like “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” are panned for the smell of racism and the use of offensive terms in public…
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