A little more US history then, to bring you up on events, back then.
Blacks committed 5,000 race riots 1963-1973 to "Win" their civil rights laws. IE Terrorist laws. Here's a few.
A few of the many, many riots of 1964.
1. New York CityJuly 18-231 killed144 injured519 arrested 541 stores damaged! (16 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
2. RochesterJuly 24-254 killed350 injured 976 arrested204 stores damaged. (22 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
3. Jersey CityAugust 2-4--46 injured52 arrested 71 stores damaged. (31 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
4. PatersonAugust 11-138 injured65 arrested20 stores damaged. (40 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
5. ElizabethAugust 11-136 injured18 arrested17 stores damaged. (40 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
6. Chicago (Dixmoor) August 16-1757 injured80 arrested2 stores damaged. (45 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
7. PhiladelphiaAugust 28-30 341 injured774 arrested225 stores damaged. (59 days after CRA of 64 was made Law)
PS. How blacks got their civil rights laws p#$%$ed.
From Congressional Record, as DC burned 1968. Rep. Edwards of Alabama
“In this atmosphere of violence, riots, looting, and burning, charged with emotions, we are asked to legislated. People are saying that now we must p#$%$ the civil rights bill. And we are told that it must be done now ---- without proper debate. Just p#$%$ it and get the riots stopped. But what happens then? Where does it stop? Must we p#$%$ a new law every time there is a riot?”
Plus, Blacks killed more White US Military officers in Viet Nam than the 'enemy' did.
US military racially fractured, very volatile and at war with itself! Federal Governments Power crippled!
Historian Terry Anderson of Texas A&M University: “The US Army itself does not know exactly how many .... (white) officers were murdered. But, they know of at least 600 were murdered, and then they have another 1400 that died mysteriously. Consequently by early 1970, the army [was] at war not with the enemy but with itself.”
“We were at war stateside, as well. I was among 6,000 soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division that occupied Washington DC in the aftermath of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. #$%$#$%$ination, April 1968. Black troops made up about half of the divisions line units. We were aware that the near-lily white New Jersey National Guard had gone on a killing rampage on the streets of Newark the previous year, and we made it unmistakably clear to white soldiers that no harm was to come to the DC (black) population. Nobody got hurt. The Black soldiers of the 82nd had the “critical m#$%$” to kick #$%$, (mutiny) if provoked.” Glen Ford