He continues: "The liberal paradigm dictates that the conservative White man is the author of our despair. That explains the hero worship [that] Dorner's rampage is getting from home boys and hippies from coast-to-coast. They see him as a 'freedom fighter,' instead of a super thug using his police and military training to terrorize others. I see nothing to applaud here as an American Black man. Advocates as diverse as the civil rights movement and even the Black Muslims under the late Elijah Muhammad agreed that attacking police was wrong. Black men waging war against law enforcement obviously thrill pork chop revolutionaries like the New Black Panther Party. For those of us attempting to contribute to society, Dorner's rampage is a tremendous step backward. Black liberal police reform activists should ask themselves what the blowback of this case will be? Police departments may begin scrutinizing Black officers who protest too loudly about injustice. On the street, Dorner's hero worship may translate into increased wariness toward Black male subjects. The last thing Black male/police relations in America needed was yet another reason for officers to view us as high security risks."