|The White guy strolls Akron streets with a firearm and there's nothing the law can do about it. He has a right to do so under the Ohio open carry law.|
If a mass shooting happens, the blame game often comes into play. From the Charleston shooting to the most recent shooting in San Bernardino, the agitators want to point fingers at each other rather than solve problems. President Barack Obama said that we're becoming numb to mass shootings. It's like an everyday occurrence in the country.
When the shooter is Black, he's either a thug or Obama's son. When the shooter is a Muslim, he's either a terrorist or a supporter of "radical Islam". When the shooter is Hispanic, he's either an illegal or a drug smuggler.
When it comes to innocence before guilt, Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims are often guilty before trial.
When it comes to White people, they're innocent until proven guilty.
White people are often given glowing profiles when they're arrested. Blacks, Hispanics and Muslims are given menacing profiles (i.e. use of drugs, hand signs, criminal history or views opposed to the United States).
White people stockpiling firearms is just prevent a government gun grab. Muslims stockpiling firearms is a potential terrorist attack.
The junk food media ignores "NICE GUYS" being the most dangerous individuals to ever hold a firearm. The "NICE GUY" is probably the ones who are likely going to commit acts of mass murder.
These are the people who are shunned by society. They have been hurt by relationships, jobs, discrimination, and unfortunate circumstances. They get influenced by events, groups or self-infliction.
Raw Story reported on an Ohio man deliberately toying with residents. He is using Ohio's open carry laws to walk around neighborhoods with a loaded semi-automatic firearm.
Daniel Kovacevic, 25 year old man was testing the law.
So he goes into Akron and Cleveland wearing his firearm on his holster. He stands near a Black barbershop.
The barber is of course shaken by this. He calls the law on Kovacevic and they come to the area. Of course, the law was tied up with other issues and said that he wasn't causing any problems in the area.
The owner Deone Slater did not want the man with his rifle hanging out in front of his shop.
He escapes the law without a scratch on him. Many in Black America are fumed up over the fact that a White man with a firearm can stroll through Black neighborhoods without being arrested or shot.
But when it comes to John Crawford picking up a BB gun from the Walmart shelves and Tamir Rice playing with a pallet gun, they were shot on sight.
“He was a threat to my community,” Slater said. “If I can prevent him from shooting up the city, I would. I won’t condone it. Somebody’s got to stand up.”
Slater said he was yelling profanities at Kovacevic when police arrived, and that Kovacevic said little during the confrontation other than to ask him if he was a Christian.
“I told him to take his guns off. I told him let me have five or 10 minutes with him without his weapons,” Slater said before adding that the police seemed more concerned with him than the man carrying the gun, and that he believes race plays a part in it.
“They (police) were more concerned about me than him, as if I were the threat,” Slater explained. “If it were me with a gun, they would have shut the whole block down.”
“He’s a threat to me and my people. He’s a threat to me.”
Police have been monitoring Kovacevic for days after receiving calls from security at University of Akron that he was seen near the school carrying his rifle.
Had he been a Black man, he would have been shot on sight.