I was not always sick of the misbehavior of blacks.
In the now infinitely remote early Sixties, when I was a student in the last all-white class in Virginia’s rural King George High–graduated ‘64–integration was just beginning.
The country began, though I didn’t recognize it at the time, as neither did the country, treating blacks as a different category of humanity who could not be expected to obey the laws and rules or the expectations of civility. I justified the behavior of blacks as consequent to former privation. For decades white America made a desperate attempt to raise blacks to the level of the First World. Instead we saw a dragging down of society to the culture of the ghetto. Anything that upset them, as everything did, any expectation that they behave, led to cries of racism and depredations by such as Black Lives Matter.
Of course one might ask why blacks would have any interest in most of what has been taught in American schools.
This is not my culture and I see no reason to apologize for it. Civil societies everywhere impose a degree of control over obscenity. Virulent racial hostility–i.e., racism —is deeply ingrained in black culture. Not all blacks of course, or to the same degree, but it is the centerline of black culture.
It is what counts and shapes the future., or Chinese Girl in the Ghetto by Ying Ma.
Europeans trace their intellectual lineage from the invention of writing in Sumeria in the mid-Fourth Millennium BC through Greece, Rome, the Renaissance, their literary heritage from the Gilgamesh Epic through Tolkien.
Blacks had no connection with this and did none of these things. Cities have been the heart of the intellectual and artistic in all civilizations, as for example Athens, Rome, Florence, Vienna, New York.