After the sniper attacks in Dallas last week, where 5 police officers were murdered by Micah Xavier Johnson (a Black Power militant who had been closely affiliated with groups associated with the Black Lives Matter collective), regressive Leftists on Twitter and Facebook were celebrating the murders.
These idiots, who consider themselves the modern day manifestation of the Symbionese Liberation Army, are of the impression that murdering police and “whitey” is justified. Hence why the notion of shooting unarmed white teenagers in the back has been invoked as a means to put the “conversation about race” to bed (according to these rejects).
Those in the Black Lives Matter victimhood franchise postulate that saying “All lives matter” is racist, and that rioting in the streets is supposedly helping race-relations (instead of stigmatising black Americans even further). Meanwhile those of us who don’t have our lips pressed against the a— of race-baiting, virtue signalling Marxist tossers (who’re obsessed with dreaming up “micro-aggressions” all around them) look to the facts.
FACT: Blacks statistically murder at nearly eight times the rate of whites and Hispanics combined in the USA (52% of homicides nationally).
FACT: Blacks register as 84.9% of identified offenders concerning violent crimes between blacks and whites during 2012 to 2013 (which continues to be a disproportionately high pattern, seeing as though African Americans make up only 13% of the population).
FACT: From 2010 to 2011, 4,906 black people murdered other black people in the U.S. (that is 1,460 more black people than were lynched between the years 1882 to 1968 in America)
FACT: If BLM are going to chant for “DEAD COPS” and then try to distance themselves when police get killed (as a direct result of their rhetoric), they’re still guilty of instigating hate and terrorism.
For the final word I leave you with these remarks by conservative host Liz Wheeler of “Tipping Point” on One America.
“The Black Lives Matter movement speaks;
Not for race, but for racial divide.
Not for hope, but for oppression.
Not for justice, but for revenge.
Not for freedom, but for fear.
Not for lives, but for lies.”
Food for thought: