Proof positive that you don't get it, you, who specifies who is black or white or Arab or Latino every time you tell a story of your experiences but NEVER specify when they are Caucasian . Oh, "they were a black family and seemed so nice and clean..." You still don't understand the meaning of that paternalistic language, do you? Yet, it rhymes with the "N" word.<quoted text>
No, YOU judge people by their color. You assume that if they are black and the other person is white, that the black person is an innocent victim.
I don't care about the colour, race or creed when someone does good OR bad. I call it the way it is. In the Z vs M case now on trial, you have automatically sided with the white person, even though Z is part Latino, which must've made it a tough choice for you. But , hey, the other guy's black, that tipped the balance. Z's been innocent to you since he shot Martin. What a surprise, as he had TWO elements in his favour : 1) he's white and 2) he's a gun nut like you, and he fulfilled a lifelong ambition of shooting someone to death, preferably a black person.