Remind us again what the point of BLM is? Because you’re sending mixed messages.
We’re told that this is about justice. That they hate racial biases. That they’re treated unfairly by police.
We’re told it is patently unfair that people assume a ‘certain segment’ of society are inclined toward lawlessness. And many of us want to agree with you.
UNTIL people go and pull stunts like this and ruin it for everybody.
What we’re REALLY seeing — based on your ACTIONS — is this:
— You don’t REALLY want justice, or to be treated fairly.
— You want to punish people you hate and take their stuff.
— You want to steal stuff, hurt people, and break things.
— You’re not promoting ‘justice’ or equality, any more than Pirates do.
If anything, displays like this show the world you are LESS the prepared to take responsibility for your own lives and to truly participate as equals in civil society. See for yourselves:
Isn’t that nice?
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 7, 2016
Behold, the fruit of the public school system!
Going into to publix when the hurricane is coming just take what you want, it's not robbing it's looting
There's totally a difference
— Kong (@TheKing_Kong) October 5, 2016
(Totally a difference. Indeed.)
Here’s what Infowars dug up:
A quick Twitter search reveals dozens of messages posted by Americans living in or near the affected areas that brazenly talk about the opportunity for looting that the hurricane will provide.
“God Please let this hurricane hit us so I can do some looting,” tweeted one user.
“So we looting after the hurricane? I do need a new TV & iPhone and some clothes,” added another.
“Ready for hurricane Matthew to hit so I can start looting,” remarked another.
When asked if they would be looting, one Twitter user responded, “yep, but in white neighborhoods.”
An analysis of the Twitter accounts shows that many of them are sympathetic towards ‘Black Lives Matter’ – supporters of which have used BLM protests as an excuse to carry out mass looting in Ferguson, Baltimore and most recently Charlotte.
Keep it classy, guys.