Welcome to 2016, the year in which we can’t get through the week without at least one terrorist attack from the religion of peace, one execution of law enforcers by “Black Lives Matter”, and one lecture from our “president” about how white people and guns are to blame for everything that’s wrong in the world. What a time to be alive, right?
Just this past week, Nice, France was attacked by Islam on their national independence day, Bastille Day. A muslim man drove a truck through a crowd of civilians while yelling “Allahu Akbar.” He killed over 80 people and left more than 50 in critical condition. Turkey has now had two coup attempts in the last 5 days. And of course, no week in America would be complete without Black Lives Matter “peacefully” protesting by murdering cops and then demanding “white America” pay for it–but don’t worry, everyone. It’s all in the name of “equality and fairness.”
Just ask Black Lives Matter’s co-founder, Marissa Janae Johnson, who demanded people stop saying, “All Lives Matter” …in the interest of equality. In an interview with Fox she demanded “white folks” stop saying “All Lives Matter” because it’s racist. She continued, “White Americans have created the conditions that require a phrase like ‘Black Lives Matter’. Do you know how horrific it is to grow up as a child in a world that so hates you? While you’re literally being gunned down in the street, while you’re being rounded up and mass incarcerated and forced into prison slavery.”
So let me get this straight: whites have created this environment where black lives are seen as less valuable in society? Let’s step back for a second and look at the facts. The United States of America is one of the youngest countries on the planet. It was founded on July 4th, 1776 when some British guys decided they didn’t like the ruling tyranny of England. They decided they’d make their own land where the rules could be more open for everyone. That’s when they set sail on the adventure that eventually created the United States. Of course the British monarch didn’t like this, so for a good couple of decades, the American founders fought for independence from Britain. By 1863, less than 100 years after the birth of America, it had abolished slavery–which had already been practiced across the land when the founders got there.
Let’s break this down a little more: less than 5% of white Americans owned slaves at the height of American slavery. However, in some states, up to a quarter of free blacks owned slaves, but when is this ever mentioned by the Black Lives Matter terrorists? What about the 600,000 white men who sacrificed their lives in the civil war, fighting to abolish slavery? Why is that never mentioned? Why is white America responsible for setting the value of black America, but it was, and still is, blacks who are selling other blacks into slavery?
I would like an answer from you, Ms. Johnson, why aren’t you protesting India, China, Russia, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia (to name a few) for modern day slavery?
“Do you know how horrific it is to grow up as a child in a world that so hates you?”
- Show me some specific examples where you were hated by the world.
- Note: Personal anecdotes are not factual examples. I have been hated before by individuals. I’m going to take a wild guess that you just might hate me–these are individual circumstances. Get over it.
- Whites have always been a global minority, yet you’re blaming “white America” for feeling like ‘the world hates you.’ Why is ‘white America’ responsible for the world? Why is anyone responsible for your feelings? Offense is not given, it’s taken and anything you feel is on you.
“While you’re literally being gunned down in the street–”
Yeah, by each other.
Here’s an example.
Here’s another example.
And if you’re not tired yet, here’s another.
I could go on.
Let’s not forget that in the recent Baton Rouge police murders, Black Lives Matter activists have murdered Montrell Jackson, a black officer, and the shooting in Dallas by Black Lives Matter criminal murdered a mixture of people as well, but no. It’s all white America gunning down blacks, it’s all the more America’s fault when Black Lives Matter claims peace, that the murderers are a few lunatic extremists, but then tell others the rampage will continue. No one believes that you’re peaceful.
“…while you’re being rounded up and mass incarcerated and forced into prison slavery.”
Please see previous information about current-world slavery as well as civil-war era slavery. I would be interested in your explanation of why more free blacks owned slaves than whites at the time. And before you start, I’m not saying our justice system isn’t flawed and in need of a reform, but that’s a separate subject, but the reform does not include ignoring crimes or releasing criminals because of their skin tone. For now, let’s focus on you, Ms. Marissa Johnson, and Black Lives Matter.
She went on to say, “Black Lives Matter is not a strong enough statement for me.”
And it probably will never be, because you stand for censorship and control. You threaten people who disagree with you and attempt to silence anyone who does not become slave to you and your cause. It’s not about equality, or violence, or struggle. It’s about what you can get for free. It’s about elevating yourself to a higher pedestal and becoming western tyrants. We have learned from history that censorship always leads to tyranny and that makes you, Black Lives Matter, the bad guys. You have always been the bad guys, but you’re becoming more aggressive and less subtle, so the average person is waking up to see you for who and what you really are.
Unfortunately for you, All Lives Matter, but those of criminals, and when you break the law, you become a criminal. When you murder police, you become a criminal. When you incite violence, you become a criminal. When you defend a ‘group’ that encourages the murder of cops or any demographic of person, you are a criminal hate group, and you, Marissa Johnson, have proven yourself, and Black Lives Matter, to be just that.