Black Lives Matter and their Segregational Agenda

Increased amounts of riots have been happening due to the causes of some alleged cases of police brutality. The main leaders and advocates of these riots and of course ‘peaceful’ protests have been BLM (Black Lives Matter), who were originally formed in 2013. Along with the famous hashtag #blacklivesmatter, the activist movement has been addressing their concerns of prejudice and racism in a number of controversial ways.

Some of these protests include disturbing ordinary people on their day to day duties by blocking roads, major highways and train lines across America and Europe. In August, the Black Lives Matter activists blocked roads in three main UK cities, which included Birmingham, Nottingham and London.

The UK Black Lives Matter twitter page tweeted on the 4th August 2016:
“We call a nationwide #Shutdown because #BlackLivesMatter, because this is a crisis.”

But is the crisis the recent racist attacks against black people in police custody (some of which may have been partially or completely justified), or is the crisis the constant blame white people get for well… being white.

Does this not sound familiar? Prejudice against a race just because of skin colour? Does it ring a bell now?

In January 2015, Black Lives Matter protesters decided to target white people eating lunch across New York. Addressing white people, claiming:
“Its YOU that has no right to be here.”.

A lot of the white diners were even accused of being accomplices in genocide. Well, would you look at how the tables have now turned. Because now, it’s a large amount of Black Lives Matter activists, who even advocate the genocide of white people. But remember, reverse racism doesn’t exist so let us not get ahead of ourselves.

In March the hate speech had already begun at Harvard university. A protester called for white genocide itself, telling white students to commit suicide. Apparently, this was supposed to attain for their “white privilege” (???).

Later on, the protesters continued by saying:
“Why does white life have value? For who? … I don’t understand why I have to care about your life anyway”.

Reading this, I was shocked and scared to how people thought that these hurtful words and actions were okay. These words were not said to people who were targeted because they had done something personally to the protesters, they were said because of the colour of their skin.

This same racism that Black Lives Matter protesters are fighting against every day.

I wanted to still take a small step back to analyse this, however. Because I did not read anything about these people being stopped for their hate speech. In fact, the pro-genocide activists, Damiyr Davis and Miguel Feliciano, were and still are award-winning debaters from the University of West Georgia. Not to mention, their university even promoted them on their school website.

This is not the first time white people have been racially targeted in this ‘peaceful’ agenda, however. In November 2015, an anarchist activist named Adam Kokesh was assaulted and harassed whilst filming a protest for supportive purposes. Later on he posted about the event:

“I got assaulted by protesters for filming and asking questions at a #blacklivesmatter protest this evening. I was called racial slurs, and my mother and fiancée were insulted for their appearance. “Your Mom looks like a white raisin!” I really supported the movement at first, but something has changed.”.

Another example of prejudice was documented in July 2016. A group of Black Lives Matter protesters quite literally ordered white people to step to the back during the protest. Or in other words, segregation against skin colour was promoted in the protest- against whites of course. This event occurred in Philadelphia.

Several lines were savagely shouted such as:
“White media get to the back! Black media come to the front!”
“take your rightful positions, and get behind us.”

I could find a lot more examples that would support my case. But, I believe that it is time to underline that not all of the police brutality- the main protest causes- were all examples of actual brutality.

The shooting of Michael Brown became the mass point between the barrier of trust between Black African Americans and the law enforcement. Where the media claimed that Michael Brown put his hands up saying “don’t shoot”, it was actually found that this wasn’t even the case.

Page 6 of the witness reports of the shooting against Brown, committed by officer Wilson states that Brown reached into the SUV through the open driver’s window and punched and grabbed Wilson. This is supported by the bruising on Wilson’s jaw and the scratches on his neck, the presence of Brown’s DNA on Wilson’s collar, shirt, and trousers, and Wilson’s DNA on Brown’s palm.

Brown then grabbed the weapon and struggled with Wilson in order to take it. Wilson fired, shooting Brown in the hand. Of course, this was a matter of self-defence. The Autopsy results and bullet trajectory of the skin from Brown’s palm on the outside of the SUV door as well as Brown’s DNA on the inside of the driver’s door support Wilson’s account that during the struggle.

Credible witnesses gave different accounts of what exactly Brown was doing with his hands as he moved toward Wilson. These include balling them, holding them out, or pulling up his trousers up. There were also varying accounts of how he was moving, such as “charging,” moving in “slow motion,” or “running”. It is clear to see that they all establish that Brown was moving toward Wilson when Wilson shot him.

Even though some witnesses state that Brown held his hands up at shoulder level with his palms facing outward for a short moment, these same witnesses also describe Brown then dropping his hands and “charging” at Wilson.

Even through his justified killing (though it could have been handled differently, who thinks clearly in this type of situation anyway?), riots still happened, the properties of innocent people were ruined and the media twisted the truth. Does no one show any sympathy for the officer who was put in this situation in the first place?

It is not a case of
“It’s your job, deal with it.”
It is a case that police officers are human beings too. The officer did what he deemed right, and it was right, especially when you need to defend yourself when someone is trying to steal your firearm.

Of course, one can always argue outliers within these findings. There are and will always be accounts of police brutality against black African Americans, just like police brutality exists against white Americans, Hispanics and other races.

RageAfterStorm

Alison is a conservative right wing authoritarian. Having grown up in England and lived there for 18 years, UK politics remains a large part of her life. She is now living in Basel Switzerland, but is still passionate about UKIP, and other right wing leaders such as Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump

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