‘Black Lives Matter’ is lying to you Part 4

Started: 6 28 2020

Finished: 7 3 2020

 

4) Final thoughts

 

DISCLAIMER:

 

ALL information provided from BLM interviews, website posts, blm allies posts, etc are sole property of those website authors. I take no credit for their blogs, website posts, ideology or anything else related to black power movements. I am simply attempting to expose what I believe to be Anti-American and damaging or threading for everyone involved.

 

I can imagine that if anyone reads what I have written I will be called a racist.

 

Despite the following facts:

 

1 I am mixed race.

2 I have been married to a Filipina wife since 2003 and made 3 kids with her.

3 I have never called a Black person, Mexican person anything derogatory to their face for almost 49 years of living.

 

To be a true racist is:

 

“rac•ist /ˈrāsəst”

“noun: racist; plural noun: racists”

“    a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another.”

 

IF I was EVER to be a actual racist in the Seattle WA area I’d be working far worse jobs than I already do. And I would not be able to be around my Filipina wife, mixed kids and the myriad of people that are White, Black, Mexican, Indian, Moslem, Jewish, Chinese, Japanese etc.

 

The idea of ‘systematic racism’ is a lie and can be disproved in a variety of ways.

 

True Stories:

 

Justin is from Bakersfield CA and is Black. He is almost 27 years old and my current manager.

Sandra is a (Employer censored) Lawyer and is Black. She lives in Washington state is married to a White man. She is my current landlord.

 

IF ‘systemic racism’ existed they shouldn’t be better paid than me, own or rent a property etc. And of course what about all the Black Athletes, Actors, Actresses and the many thousands of Black or African people in the USA that have a better quality of life than myself. IS that racism? NO! That is them bettering themselves through education and life experience.

 

Does racism exist? Yes it does and it’s a sad fact in some parts of the USA but it is not a ‘public health hazard’ as the socialists claim.

Black Lives Matter as a catch phrase is a pointless phrase based on the following.

 

 

*The movement has not helped changed the culture of abortion and it’s so called rights but allowed it continue slaughtering black babies for over 70 years.

 

*The movement has done nothing to curb black on black crime, gangs, drug use and abuse but instead has demanded that Police and the Criminal Justice system be torn down and replaced. Such as:

 

“Defund The Police”

“May 30, 2020”

 

https://blacklivesmatter.com/defundthepolice/

 

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“Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County Our Demands”

 

Our Demands

 

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“Seattle BLM Updates on Current Direct Action”

“February 13, 2020”

 

Updates on Current Direct Action

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“What Congress can do to implement Black Lives Matter protesters demands”

“Jun 15 • 10 min read”

 

https://govtrackinsider.com/what-congress-can-do-to-implement-black-lives-matter-protesters-demands-96107f5a3b31

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Seattle blm has the following attached to their website: And if blm doesn’t get their way protests and how they do their thang here in Seattle.

 

 

“Black Lives Matter Seattle King County Protest Safety Guide”

 

Protest Safety Guide

 

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How black conservatives can counter BLM:

 

*Blm is not going to be interested in anything I have to say or what I type. So if anyone of you come across this post and are a black conservative please consider these words of mine.

 

**Slavery is a human sin. Not just a black or African one. In other words slavery has existed in every country on this planet. Every race, ethnic group, religion, philosophy has slavery as one of it’s sins. There is no denying this. Reparations can never happen because we are all ancestors of slavery, indentured servitude and so forth

 

*LGBT: As much as the political left calls gay men, lesbians etc ‘victims’ they also created victims to humanity through hiv & aids. Where is the sorrow? Where is the apologies for disease that was spread over the entire world through their lusts? And those poor souls want me to feel sorry for them? The present lgbt philosophy and activity is not a victim but a political bully.

 

Where are the funds going through blm fund raising? Why isn’t it going to help black folk as supposedly suggested? Why are there no changes in black diet? Air & water quality? Why continue black on black crime? Why black relationships and child rearing not producing offspring that can be raised in safety and have good schooling?

 

*Black racism: Why is their so much hate of white people, Police at blm rallys? How can I ask that? Look up youtube for all the speeches, rallys, protests an so forth of black hate. Why does blm leaders or supposed leaders call for destruction of historical statures, destruction of Christian images of Jesus and so forth. Why demand white people apologize for slavery that non of us participated in the 1700-1800s because we were born either in the 20th or 21st centurys

 

*Abortion: Why sacrifice your unborn to prochoice frauds? Take the time how abortion is actually done and then choose life for your unborn baby.

 

*Why does blm support the dnc, socialists & others who donot consider them equals? The very same dnc who were slave holders, The heads of the kkk?

 

More to come:

 

There is no doubt that Black lives do matter. But to make a cause that is based on racism, leftist ideology and socialistic ideas and to get rid / defund the Police & legal system is outrageous and dangerous. It abuses the memory of those who were abused, murdered by actual racists and criminal cops just to fuel hatred against white people, police and the US Government.

 

The United States has a long history of riots and criminality against multiple races. And I cannot deny that. A quick look on Wikipedia shows so very ugly history we all need to be aware of.

 

“Main article: Mass racial violence in the United States”

“Nativist Period: 1700s–1860”

 

1824: Providence, Rhode Island Hard Scrabble Riots

Cincinnati riots of 1829

1829: Charlestown[which?] Anti-Catholic Riots

1831: Providence, Rhode Island

1834: Massachusetts Convent Burning

1834: Philadelphia pro-slavery riots[13]

1834: New York City pro-slavery riots

1835: Boston pro-slavery riots

1835: Five Points Riot

1835: Snow Riot, Washington, D.C.[14][15]

Cincinnati riots of 1836

1841: Cincinnati, Ohio White Irish-descendant and Irish immigrant dock workers rioted against Black dock workers.

1844: Philadelphia Nativist Riots

1851: Hoboken Anti-German Riot

1855: Louisville Anti-German Riots

“Civil War Period: 1861–1865”

“Main article: Mass racial violence in the United States § Civil War period 1861–1865”

Reconstruction Period: 1865–1877

Main article: Mass racial violence in the United States § Post–Civil War and Reconstruction period: 1865–1877

Jim Crow Period: 1878–1914

See also: List of riots and civil unrest in Omaha, Nebraska

 

1885: Anti-Chinese riot in Rock Springs, Wyoming Territory

1886: Seattle riot of 1886[16]

1898: Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, white Democrats overthrew elected government and attacked blacks[17]

1898: Lake City, South Carolina

1898: Greenwood County, South Carolina

1900: Robert Charles Riots

1900: New York City

1904: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot[18]

1906: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot[18]

1906: Atlanta Race Riot, whites against African Americans[19]

1906: Brownsville, Texas

1907: Onancock, Virginia

1907: Pacific Coast Race Riots of 1907

1908: Springfield Race Riot of 1908[20]

1909: Omaha, Nebraska anti-Greek riot

1910: Nationwide riots following the heavyweight championship fight between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries in Reno, Nevada on July 4

1910: Slocum, Texas

War and inter-war period: 1914–1945

 

1917: East St. Louis Riot[21]

1917: 1917 Chester race riot

1917: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1917: Houston Riot

Red Summer of 1919

1919: Washington, D.C.

1919: Chicago Race Riot of 1919[22]

1919: Omaha Race Riot of 1919

1919: Charleston riot of 1919

1919: Longview race riot

1919: Knoxville Riot of 1919

1919: Elaine Race Riot

1920: Ocoee Massacre

1921: Tulsa race massacre (Tulsa, Oklahoma)[23]

1921: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot[18]

1923: Rosewood massacre (Rosewood, Florida)[24]

1927: Yakima Valley Anti-Filipino Riot[25]

1928: Wenatchee Valley Anti-Filipino Riot[25]

1929: Exeter Anti-Filipino Riot[26]

1930: Watsonville Riots, Anti-Filipino riot which inspired race riots in San Francisco, Salinas and San Jose and attacks elsewhere.[26]

1935: Harlem Riot of 1935

1943: Detroit Race Riot[27]

1943: Beaumont Race Riot of 1943

1943: Harlem Riot of 1943

1943: Zoot Suit Riots

1944: Agana race riot

“Postwar era: 1946–1954”

1946: Columbia, Tennessee Riot

1949: Peekskill Riots

1951: Cicero Race Riot in Illinois

 

“Civil Rights and Black Power Movement’s Period: 1955–1977”

 

1958: Battle of Hayes Pond (Maxton, North Carolina)

1962: Ole Miss riot, Oxford, Mississippi

1963: Birmingham Riot of 1963, Birmingham, Alabama

1963: Cambridge riot of 1963 (Cambridge, Maryland)

1963: Lexington Riot, Lexington, North Carolina[28]

1964: Harlem Riot of 1964 (Harlem neighborhood, Manhattan, New York City)

1964: Rochester riot (Rochester, New York)

1964: Philadelphia 1964 race riot (North Philadelphia section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

1965: Watts Riots (Watts neighborhood, Los Angeles, California)

1966: Division Street Riots (Humboldt Park neighborhood, Chicago, Illinois)

1966: Hough Riots (Hough community, Cleveland, Ohio)

1966: North Omaha, Nebraska (North Omaha community, Omaha, Nebraska)

Long Hot Summer of 1967

1967: Roxbury riots (Boston, Massachusetts)[29]

1967: Tampa riots (Tampa, Florida)

1967: Texas Southern University Riot (Houston, Texas)

1967: 1967 Detroit riot (Detroit, Michigan)

1967: Buffalo riot (Buffalo, New York)

1967: Milwaukee Riot (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

1967: Minneapolis North Side Riots (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

1967: 1967 Newark riots (Newark, New Jersey)

1967: Plainfield riots (Plainfield, New Jersey)

1967: Cincinnati riots (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Protests of 1968

1968: Orangeburg massacre (Orangeburg, South Carolina)

1968: King assassination riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

1968: Baltimore riot of 1968 (Baltimore, Maryland)

1968: Chicago West Side riots (Chicago, Illinois)

1968: Louisville riots of 1968 (Louisville, Kentucky)

1968: 1968 Washington, D.C. riots (Washington, D.C.)

1968: 1968 Wilmington riots (Wilmington, Delaware)

1968: Glenville shootout and riot (Cleveland, Ohio)

1969: 1969 York Race Riot (York, Pennsylvania)

1969: Stonewall Riot (New York, NY)

    1970: May 11 Race Riot (Augusta, Georgia)

    1970: Jackson State killings (Jackson, Mississippi)

    1971: Camden riots (Camden, New Jersey)

    1972–1977: Escambia High School riots (Pensacola, Florida)

    1972: USS Kitty Hawk Riot (Coast of North Vietnam); October 12–13

    1975: Chaffey High School Race Riot enhanced by local sniper (Ontario, California)

“1978 to today:”

    1978: Houston’s Moody Park on the first anniversary of Joe Campos Torres death.

    1979: Great Brook Valley Projects Riots Worcester, Massachusetts, Puerto Ricans rioted

    1980: Miami riots (Miami, Florida): Reactions following the acquittal of four Miami-Dade Police officers in the death of Arthur McDuffie.

    1980: Chattanooga Riot (Chattanooga, Tennessee)

    1984: Lawrence, Massachusetts Race Riot: A small scale riot centered at the intersection of Haverhill and railroad streets between working class whites and Hispanics; several buildings were destroyed by Molotov cocktails; August 8, 1984.[30]

    1989: Overtown Riot (Miami, FL) After a black motorcyclist was shot by a Hispanic police officer in the predominantly black community of Overtown, residents rioted for two nights. The officer was later convicted of manslaughter.

    1990: Wynwood riot (Miami, FL) Puerto Ricans rioted after a jury acquitted six officers accused of beating a Puerto Rican drug dealer to death

    1991: Crown Heights riot (Crown Heights neighborhood, Brooklyn, New York City), black anti-Jewish mob killed 2, injured 190.

    1992: Los Angeles riots (Los Angeles, California): In reaction to the acquittal of all four LAPD officers involved in the videotaped beating of Rodney King, in addition to the Korean involved in the murder of Latasha Harlins; riots broke out mainly involving black and Latino youths in the black neighborhoods of South Central Los Angeles and Korean-American neighborhood of Koreatown before spreading to the rest of the city

    1996: St. Petersburg riots (St. Petersburg, Florida): After Officer Jim Knight stopped 18 yr. old Tyron Lewis for speeding, he claimed to accidentally fire his weapon, fatally wounding the black teenager. Riots broke out, lasting 2 days.[citation needed]

    2001: Cincinnati riots (Cincinnati, Ohio): In a reaction to the fatal shooting of an unarmed young black male, Timothy Thomas by Cincinnati police officer Steven Roach, riots broke out over the span of a few days.

    2003: Benton Harbor riots (Benton Harbor, Michigan)

    2005: 2005 Toledo riot (Toledo, Ohio): A race riot that broke out after a planned Neo-Nazi protest march through a black neighborhood.

    2006: Fontana High School riot (Fontana, California): Riot involving about 500 Latino and black students[31]

    2006: Prison Race Riots (California): A war between Latino and black prison gangs set off a series of riots across California[32][33]

    2008: Locke High School riot[34] (Los Angeles, California)

    2009: 2009 Oakland riots (Oakland, California): Peaceful protests turned into rioting after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, Oscar Grant, by a BART transit policeman.

    2014–2015: The Ferguson unrest, a series of riots break out in Ferguson, Missouri over the shooting of Michael Brown.

        August 2014: riots for two weeks after the initial shooting of Michael Brown.

        Late November and early December 2014: riots for one week after the police officer who shot Michael Brown was not indicted.

        August 2015: riots for two days during the anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown.

    2015: The Death of Freddie Gray was an incident in which a suspect died in police custody and later protests turned into riots in Baltimore.

    2016: The Shooting of Abdullahi Omar Mohamed sparked riots on the night of the shooting.

    2020: The Death of George Floyd caused days of rioting in the Minneapolis-St Paul, MN metro area. This has further spread to the cities of NYC, LA, San Jose, San Francisco, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago, Washington DC, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Baltimore, Portland, Dallas, Denver, St Louis, Oakland, Cincinnati, Bakersfield, Seattle, Boston, Memphis, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Columbus, Kansas City, Sacramento, Omaha, Louisville, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Fort Worth, Richmond, Philadelphia, Visalia, Nashville, Buffalo, Rochester, Orlando, Tampa, San Diego, San Antonio, Seattle, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Salt Lake City, Miami, Norfolk, Reno, Madison, Charleston, Santa Monica, Houston, Paducah and many other major cities within the US.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ethnic_riots

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As a boy born on July 1971 I was unaware of so many riots in the 1970s and it sadly continues till this day. July 2020.

 

Rioting and criminality is easily laid at the feet of those who use that has a excuse for evil and again how is ANY race guiltless of racism when we ALL are capable of doing such deeds to each other.

 

I can accuse EVERYONE of bias because it only takes one bad circumstance, action, word to make a person a racist. I know this as fact because during my own life I was constantly bullied by my classmates from the Muckleshoot indian tribe in Auburn WA from the time I was a young guy till after high school. When I became a Christian I eventually learned to forgive those who hurt me physically, psychologically and learned to deal with the idea that not everyone can be good and trustworthy. Once I left Auburn I lived my life according to the following Scriptures.

 

Matthew 7:12

 

Luke 6:31

 

I have done what I need to do to ease my own bias and racism and I am a better person following Jesus than this wicked world and it’s systems.

 

To Conclude:

 

Black lives matter. All lives matter but to make movements based on race, bad political ideas meant to destroy America itself is not only wrong but demonic. BLM needs to reassess what they are doing and who they are serving. Because if they have decided to destroy the USA they are serving satan and he will soon claim all of their souls and by then it won’t matter whose race is who’s. Because hell doesn’t choose skin color only those who to live to serve God & Jesus and those who serve antinomianism that at present BLM, Antifa, Anarchists, Socialist etc are serving darkness and death.


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