"This past week I've watched an American city become something akin to a warzone. And you know what's happening in Ferguson is a copycat because we've seen it happen in so many other cities around the world, and around the globe, which I think are the same thing. It's this sort of 'us' versus 'them' mentality. Gandhi and Martin Luther King and millions of others are dead, and they were fighting for human rights, and it all seems to stem from some militarized police force threatening the rights of people to assemble. (I am a) lifetime member of the NRA (and) active member of the great state of Louisiana's police force. I'm not pointing any fingers here at anybody but myself, and I'm asking something very hard of myself. I'm challenging myself to listen without prejudice, to love without limits, and to reverse the hate. So that's my challenge to me and hopefully you'll accept this challenge too."The video wraps with a series of hashtags that flash on the screen in silence: #justiceformichaelbrown #weareallferguson #reversethehate.