Re: What a difference an ad makes (see, it's catching)
Here's the thing: one cannot ask that question in the United States. If white, one would be permanently labeled a bigoted racist for making such a statement... even if it is the truth. And THAT , my friends across the pond, is where political correctness has us. Blacks refuse to police themselves as suggested by the statement: "if he could channel his outrage and efforts into stopping the 93% of blacks killed by blacks". Black on white crime , even though blacks are a small minority in reality, is HUGE compared to white on black crime. These are all FBI statistical FACTS, facts that spoken aloud in the U.S. will get the speaker labeled a racist. I submit that when you cannot restate a publicly available fact from your own government without being ostracized, you are living in a dystopian state.