School Teachers Worsen Racial Conflict With Dishonest “BLACK LIVES MATTER” Propaganda In Classrooms

Written by Donald Joy on April 20, 2015

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Not far from the burned-out ruins of the city of Ferguson, a bunch of lily-white activist teachers at the Parkway School District in the St. Louis suburbs have seen fit to pose for a series of pictures in their classrooms, staring into the camera holding preprinted signs which say “BLACK LIVES MATTER” in bold lettering.

Scroll down to see the pictures.

Along with the pictures of teachers holding the signs are pictures of black students posing with related racial-grievance oriented propaganda signs, hung with string from around their necks, and plastered all over a bulletin board behind one black student who appears to be throwing gang signs.

The posing with the signs is part of the same dishonest overall propaganda campaign which has given us months and years of ongoing street terrorism, racial harassment & intimidation in restaurants, random racially-motivated mayhem & murders, and ambushes/assassinations of police officers.

The reason I say the “Black Lives Matter” meme is dishonest propaganda, and helps fuel the racial tension and terrorism plaguing our society, is because the incidents which have precipitated it all — such as the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Vonderrit Myers, et. al. — do not actually represent any sort of unjust, disproportionate amount of deadly force by police against blacks in our country at all.

In fact, blacks wind up being killed by police in much lesser proportion than the rate at which blacks commit violent crime and murder in our society.  You’d think that if police were really out there aggressively using force to confront violent black criminals, then the number of blacks killed by police would be much higher than it is.

In reality, the police don’t seem to be doing more than scratching the surface, as young black males year-in and year-out continue to commit over 50% of the violent crime and murder in America, despite comprising only about 3% of our population.

Statistically by far, the worst and most likely threat to any black person is not a white cop; nor any cop, nor any person of another race.

The worst and most likely threat to the life of any black person, or for that matter to the life of any person of any race in America, is a young black male.

By framing the message as “Black Lives Matter,” race-agitators are implying that cops, white people, and the criminal justice system are somehow unjustly acting as if black lives don’t matter to the majority, which is the furthest thing from the truth.

The truth is that whites and white cops routinely expend unfathomable blood, sweat, tears, and treasure to try to protect and improve the lives of blacks everywhere — yet no good deed seems to go unpunished by the Black Grievance Industry and by their abettors in the media and government — such as these school teachers — egging them on.

Meanwhile, blacks are really the ones who need to be told that lives matter:  The rates of infanticide, mayhem, and murder among the black population, done by blacks to other blacks, and by blacks to those of other races, calls for a messaging campaign directed not at white society and police, but at those who are lying the most about it all, doing the worst violence, and suffering/dying the most.

At the link to the original story at, there are ample means for readers to contact the various Parkway School District authorities by email, phone, and social media.

On their Facebook page (Restoring America’s Traditions) is the following commentary accompanying their post of the story:

Looks like Parkway School doesn’t want to address their parents comments and questions on their Facebook page and twitter as they are just deleting them as people post them…. Has anyone called the number in the article?”

The Parkway School District’s listing of board members and contact information is here.

The school district’s Facebook page is here.



Here are the pictures:


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Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.