A wave of police violence against Black men has swept across the United States of America. Most of the victims were shot for no reason - none of them was killed for committing criminal offense.
The current events come into great contrast with violent protests in America during the 60s and the early 70s as those protests were not sanctioned by the authorities. Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon sought to suppress the unrest.
The current host of the White House, although, is not trying to make a problem out of the current racial crisis. Obama is too much preoccupied with the political war as his primary goal has always been a fundamental transformation of America.
The American people are furious and the United States is standing on the verge of social chaos. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said in an interview with NBC News that the United States was going through a crucial moment in history.
To the Bolivian upper classes, President Evo Morales has to resign even if forced by extreme violence, or through a civil war.