Recently, the acts of discrimination against the non-whites came to light, which were committed in the U.S. in the past. This is evoking strong condemnation from the international society.
“The Washington Post”, an American newspaper exposed the fact on November 11 that 15 policemen searched a house after having broken into it and tied up an innocent black woman who was sleeping alone naked, at midnight in Chicago in February 2019.
At that time, the woman cried her heart out to the policemen over 40 times that they had taken the wrong house but they searched every nook and corner of the house, keeping the tied-up woman standing naked in disregard of her appeal. It was only after 40 minutes when they recognized that they came into the wrong house and withdrew from it.
In this connection, the defense team of the woman strongly criticized the police for their act of racial discrimination, asserting that if the victim was a white, such a preposterous event would not have happened.
The American media including CNN and “The Washington Post” reported the fact that a black man had been acquitted recently after serving a prison term for over 20 years. He was sentenced to life in 1994 after having been implicated in the murder of a white. They expressed the concerns that not a few black people are taken into custody without any clear evidence for the one and only reason that they are black.
Not long ago, the newspaper, radio and other broadcasting revealed the fact that an Asian-American sportsperson, who even won an Olympic gold medal, was enraged by a racial discriminatory insult while taking a stroll in the street.
The international society, citing these facts, are ridiculing that the U.S., which is posing as a “human rights judge”, has experienced a hot agony of shame again.
Discrimination against the non-whites has become a commonplace, and it has become a social trend. White children are calling black children “monkeys” and a criminal who shot Asian women dead had escaped heavy punishment. All this leads to division of the American society on a much more accelerated basis.
The racial discrimination in the U.S. is an inevitable product of the American culture which is deeply rooted in the extreme misanthropy and white supremacy.
A short while ago, a judge of the Supreme Court of the United States confessed that “If the non-whites want to succeed in the U.S., they have to try harder. This is the competitive instinct of the American society. The non-whites are under pressure that they have to prove themselves every day”. From this, we can easily know the trend of harsh racial discrimination in the U.S.