How the shooting of my neighbouring fellow human in Charleston, Walker Scott, became a painful inspiration to write yet another story of so many young innocent American men and woman shot dead by the police.

Like as if this was not enough yet, to bare another cowardly killing of an unarmed innocent civilian. Not only does the act of violence scar the hundreds of people directly connected to a victim, but the nation of the United States was also once again, openly exposed visually, emotionally and culturally, to bare witness of the provocation and injustice served to a black man in what they call and brainwash people with, the self-proclaimed best country in the world and the land of the free.

Before being framed with a gun by the officer, here Walter still tries to run even with five bullets in his back.

If an unknown being from out of space with no knowledge would come and visit, it’d surely call it absolutely ludicrous behaviour. Step back in and fly off shouting: There’s no hope for you numbnuts! I’m off now, bye!!!

(And honestly, coming from Europe and fresh off the boat at the time, I didn’t feel much different..)

Here are the numbers shown on …. about how unbalanced this crap really is:

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