Friday, September 11, 2015

Making Sure Black Lives Don't Matter

If there was ever proof that the Black Lives Matter movement is scaring the hell out of the establishment, you have to look no further than this week's Jason Riley piece in the WSJ brutally trashing it.

The great lie of the summer has been the Black Lives Matter movement. It was founded on one falsehood—that a Ferguson, Mo., police officer shot a black suspect who was trying to surrender—and it is perpetuated by another: that trigger-happy cops are filling our morgues with young black men.

The reality is that Michael Brown is dead because he robbed a convenience store, assaulted a uniformed officer and then made a move for the officer’s gun. The reality is that a cop is six times more likely to be killed by someone black than the reverse. The reality is that the Michael Browns are a much bigger threat to black lives than are the police. “Every year, the casualty count of black-on-black crime is twice that of the death toll of 9/11,” wrote former New York City police detective Edward Conlon in a Journal essay on Saturday. “I don’t understand how a movement called ‘Black Lives Matter’ can ignore the leading cause of death among young black men in the U.S., which is homicide by their peers.”

Riley goes on at some length, blaming BLM for basically everything wrong in the black community, raving that we wouldn't get shot if only we were good little negroes, and accusing the media of wanting to make America's police look bad.  After all, the only victims here are cops.

And let's not forget that crime involving white Americans still encompasses the majority of violent crimes in the US, but anything and everything has to be done to paint BLM suppoerters are thugs, criminals, radicals and dangerous lunatics for daring to say "Hey, in 2015 America still has structural racism issues that are leading to the execution of black people at the hands of our government."

The only reason any of us black folk exist is because we haven't been killed yet.

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