Because freedom is ultimately the ability to discriminate; thus, the antithesis of freedom is the ability to dominate and turn on into a slave.
Without the ability to discriminate, inevitably you'll be discriminated against by a power who has usurped your freedom.
Thus, we were introduced to Michael Brown and Ferguson.
And now, we know it is the federal government's policy to uproot implicit whiteness wherever it is dares hide; an explicit war upon the very people who founded this nation and solely posses the ability to maintain it. [Supreme Court upholds a key tool fighting discrimination in the housing market, Washington Post, June 25, 2015]:
Civil rights groups and the Obama administration won a major victory Thursday as the Supreme Court upheld a tool that advocates argue is essential to fighting housing discrimination and patterns of segregation that have persisted in America for decades.
In the 5-4 decision written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, the court ruled that the 1968 Fair Housing Act prevents more than just intentional discrimination in the housing market. The court said the law can also prohibit seemingly race-neutral policies that have the effect of disproportionately harming minorities and other protected groups, even if there is no overt evidence of bias behind them.
"The Court acknowledges," Kennedy wrote, "the Fair Housing Act’s continuing role in moving the Nation toward a more integrated society."
He cautioned, though, that "disparate impact" claims don’t simply arise any time statistical disparities appear along racial lines in housing. It must be clear that housing policies caused that disparity, and that those policies don’t serve another valid goal.
The decision upholds a legal strategy that civil rights groups and the federal government have used for four decades to fight lending practices, local housing policies and zoning laws that have had the effect of limiting housing options available to minorities. Lower courts have repeatedly agreed that the Fair Housing Act allows such "disparate impact" claims, but the Supreme Court had not weighed in on the question until now.The government of the United States now has the policy of declaring war on any white community lacking in a black population, believing that via some form of osmosis blacks forced upon this fleeing white population via the Fair Housing Act will magically make them... better.
Destroying whatever wealth white people build through their home valuations, prior to the importation of blacks upon their community, is now a federal policy.
This is how we legislate equality, through judicial tyranny and the complete degradation of freedom.
What occurred in Ferguson is now official state policy for every American city.
The American dream is over; the American nightmare is now upon us.
But one thing about a dream/nightmare... you eventually wake up and realize today and tomorrow is what we make of it.