Black Lives Matter isn’t about defending a group of innocent people of color. It’s a hate group that incites murder, and it’s successful because its view of society explains black failure. The black-failure/white-guilt paradigm is the gasoline that fuels the #BlackLivesMatter machine. Instead of blacks taking responsibility for their actions, we pretend they’re doing badly because we keep ruining their lives. This is more about Black Lies Matter than anything else, and the trouble with lies is you need to weave in more and more as the web gets more tangled. The “dead cops” chant has been explained away as a fringe group. The “pigs in a blanket” chant was a “playful” joke. Cops who die in the line of duty chose that line of work. When the millions of black-on-black murders come up, we’re told this handful of police-brutality cases is more important because we’re supposed to trust cops. When confronted with the fact that Mike Brown didn’t have his hands up, we’re told it’s a springboard that showcases real police brutality (I heard the same excuses for Tawana Brawley). If they don’t have a way around the facts, they scream racism. If it’s a black guy telling the truth, they’ll call him an Uncle Tom who is “whitesplaining” (a dis that Hill appears to find amusing).
Most of us realize that the very core of this movement is built on fabrications. Trayvon Martin was not hunted down in the street and shot like a dawg. He was a thug and an asshole who came from a long line of thug assholes and when someone dared to question him, he attacked. Mike Brown was exactly the same. He challenged a cop and lunged for Darren Wilson’s gun and the officer stopped him with deadly force. Daniel Pantaleo could have done a better job with Eric Garner. If it was the beat-cop days, he and Eric Garner may have had a fistfight or at least waited for more cops to come in and start Tasing. However, you can’t just demand that law enforcement “ends today” because you want to do something illegal. That’s the deal.
These three are the best victims you could come up with?