No one (except you) said anything about someone thinking that whites are superior. If you take the narrative that is common among many black people who are calling everyone and everything racist and speak that way as a white person you would be called a racist (and rightly so) therefore it's not good for a black person to do the same thing. It's silly to talk about "white" people or "black" person. If you have a bad experience with someone that was with one person and not with a race. There is work to be done about crime but it's not at a high level and it's never going to be at zero so if I have a problem in my life it's not likely to be because there is some crime. If there is a problem in my life it's because of decisions I'm making and it's not going to help me if people lead me to believe it's because of some external factor. If two groups of black people have greatly differing results but both would face the same racial environment, the reason for the different outcomes isn't race. Jews do better, as a group, than the average white person. The reason isn't racial. One group is more educated (as a group) and is more entrepreneurial, etc. It's the same with black people or any other people. The 60's set the legal basis for equality. The rest is up to the individual. Good intentions often lead to poor results. Welfare in moderation may be helpful. Beyond that it hasn't lead to better results anywhere in the world. Affirmative action didn't really help anyone. Take it away, people try harder and they improve their situation. It's the same with minimum wages. More black teenagers had jobs before the minimum wage. After, they had fewer jobs because more qualified people got those fewer jobs. Good intentions, poor results. Two couple black families existed in numbers just as large as in white families prior to the 60's welfare laws. Afterward the gap widen tremendously. Why does no one care about these facts? There is a whole "industry" based on "anti-racism". Jessie Jackson has made a career of it but as a "leader" he hasn't done much for his people.