“Black Lives Matter” was a group born out of hatred for the American police force, rebranded as a group advocating for social justice.
Recently, the movement marked its four-year anniversary since its creation in 2013– originally, the movement launched after a hashtag originated following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin case.
On their anniversary, “Black Lives Matter” made a bold reappearance. Protests erupted, and riots ensued.
One “activist” claimed the police force needed to be abolished, as it was a “slave patrol”.
Another verbally attacked white people in general, implying they are the submissive race.
The Daily Caller reports:
“The police force in this country began as a slave patrol…,” activist Jessica Disu said last year on the “Kelly File.” “We need to abolish the police, period. Demilitarize the police, disarm the police, and we need to come up with community solutions for transformative justice.”
“White ppl are recessive genetic defects. this is factual. White ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves. black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to Yusra Khogali reportedly wrote in a 2015 Facebook post.
In April, the Philadelphia chapter decided that caucasians were banned from their social gatherings and meetings in general.
The Daily Caller continued:
“Black-centered spaces provide black people with the opportunity to come together to strategize, organize and heal in fellowship without the fear of violence and co-optation,” said L. Williams, a BLM Philly member, about the decision to prevent white people from coming.
Another popular theme emerging from the “Black Lives Matter” movement is the celebration of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
In November, “Black Lives Matter” wrote an opinion piece defending his violence and promoting his dogma.
The Daily Caller reported:
“We are feeling many things as we awaken to a world without Fidel Castro. There is an overwhelming sense of loss, complicated by fear and anxiety. Although no leader is without their flaws, we must push back against the rhetoric of the right and come to the defense of El Comandante,” the group wrote in an op-ed after Castro died.
Arguably, the organization became popular not for lending their help to minorities, but for their violence against the police force.
In order to make a statement, “Black Lives Matter” favors rioting and protests rather than pursuing the actual change they desire.
As a result, our heroic police force is under attack– innocents who have dedicated their lives to making an actual change rather than joining a movement because it is the latest thing trending.
Most recently, an activist from the group was pulled over by the police for a traffic violation, yet claimed it was a “race thing” and became violent towards the officer.
Fox 4 News reported:
When the deputy asked him for his license, registration and insurance, he told them he was afraid to reach into the glove compartment because he would be shot.
The deputy then ordered Denson out of the car so he can arrest him for obstruction of justice after he wouldn’t give him his driver information.
“They kind of got physical, started arguing, fighting with the guy,” said Gonzalez. He watched from a distance as Denson fought with deputies, throwing one of them onto the hood of his car as he tried to cuff him.
Once Denson was restrained he yelled “Black Lives Matter” on his way to the jail.
In the hopes of drawing attention to what they describe as systemic police brutality, the “Black Lives Matter” movement has only furthered resistance against the changes they want made.
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