You don’t go hugging your enemies. The well-meaning gentleman of color should understand that. So, should the white cops, who appear eager for a hug.
Excerpt from Dissident Right
I.The Criterion of the Political
In Schmitt’s central work, The Concept of the Political, he offers, according to Julien Freund (a Schmittian philosopher), “a criterion to identify the phenomenon of politics.”  This criterion is the seemingly reductionist friend/enemy distinction. As Schmitt himself notes, “The specific political distinction to which political actions and motives can be reduced is that between friend and enemy.”  For Schmitt, a “people exists politically if it constitutes an independent political unity and in the name of this unity opposes itself to other kinds of unity.”  Essentially, a people can only be said to exist on the level of the political to the extent that it identifies itself by its opposition to some Other, which does not exist within its own circle. No doubt, this seems a simple reiteration of the basic in-group/out-group distinction.
Of course the black fellow will be cursed out. He’s perceived as the enemy. The other white cops should have been cursing out the two whites who hugged him.
It’s basic survival to identify your friends and your enemies.