Black Lives Matter is not a peaceful protest group. It is a cultural revolutionary Marxist mob pursuing the total transformation of modern society under the new woke world order. In reality, Black Lives Matter don’t actually care about black lives, otherwise there would be more outrage over recent spikes in community violence leaving more black people dead rather than chasing an anarchic quest to “defund police” that will demoralize law enforcement and increase homicides.
“We’re protesting for months, for weeks, saying ‘black lives matter,’” said John Ayala, who lost his granddaughter to a shooting in Washington D.C. “Black lives matter, it seems like, only when a police officer shoots a black person. What about all the black-on-black crime that’s happening in the community?”
Since the killing of George Floyd at the knees of Minneapolis police, Black Lives Matter have exposed its true colors as an anarchic movement terrorizing the nation. Within the last three months, mob rioters have burned down minority businesses, destroyed minority neighborhoods, killed a black police chief, desecrated civil rights monuments, launched deadly occupations of downtown centers, and set fire to churches.
“You ain’t seen nothing yet,” said an Atlanta resident said after a murder near his own home, where Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency and called up the National Guard to address an epidemic of violence.
While merely exacerbated in the apocalyptical year of 2020, Black Lives Matter has always been violent. Its leaders knew it. Activists knew it. Politicians knew it. And the media knew it, but legacy media wouldn’t dare report it. To the contrary, the media will literally stand in front of a burning police precinct and characterize the demonstrators as “mostly a protest.”
But if you thought that the media will only protect BLM rioters you are wrong.
They are now in it to make them saints.
As the Guardian reported
From the Guardian:
The Black Lives Matter movement has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel peace prize for the way its call for systemic change has spread around the world. In his nomination papers, Norwegian MP Petter Eide said the movement had forced countries outside the US to grapple with racism within their own societies.
“I find that one of the key challenges we have seen in America, but also in Europe and Asia, is the kind of increasing conflict based on inequality. Black Lives Matter has become a very important worldwide movement to fight racial injustice,” Eide said. “They have had a tremendous achievement in raising global awareness and consciousness about racial injustice.”
Eide, who has previously nominated human rights activists from Russia and China for the prize, said one other thing that impressed him about the Black Lives Matter movement was the way “they have been able to mobilize people from all groups of society, not just African-Americans, not just oppressed people, it has been a broad movement, in a way which has been different from their predecessors.”
BLM betrays its own anti-empiricism with memes such as “silence is violence” and “all whites are racists.” In practice, whatever its virtuous intentions, BLM is replacing one racism with another, law and order with mob rule, discourse with confrontation, democracy with a tyranny of the violent minority.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions – and bad investigations.