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Disclaimer: This page does not support police brutality nor racism. The page is against it. This page won’t reflect on all BLM supporters, It only talks about rabid ones on social media. Claiming "Black Lives Matter" itself is by no means problematic, that's because All Lives Matter.

Black Lives Matter (United States)
BLM-logo.png
May as well rename it to BSM (Black Supremacy Matters)
Type of site: “Activist”
Language: English
Created by: Alicia Garza
Opal Tometi
Patrisse Cullors
Date of launch: July 13, 2013
Status: Active


"A doctrine of black supremacy is as dangerous as a doctrine of white supremacy. God is not interested in the freedom of black men or brown men or yellow men. God is interested in the freedom of the whole human race, the creation of a society where every man will respect the dignity and worth of personality."

 Martin Luther King Jr., Speech at the Southern Methodist University, March 17, 1966.

Black Lives Matter (also known as BLM for short) is an international social movement primarily headquartered in the United States. The movement claims to protest against the unfair treatment of African Americans by the police and other aspects of society. In July 2013, the movement began with the use of the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter on social media after the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of African-American teen Trayvon Martin 17 months earlier, in February 2012. It has no formal hierarchy save for the founders and is a decentralized network of activists.

This page will focus on the radical supporters, not every single BLM supporter acts like this.

Why It's Rotten

Note: This mostly focuses on the US side of BLM

The Virgin Radical #BLM Supporters vs The Chad Rights Activist
  1. Despite labeling itself as "pro-equality", it has begun to move away from its original intent of fixing racial injustice in the legal system towards African Americans and has focused more on oppressing and demonizing white people and the police, some of their slogans include "What do we want? DEAD COPS!" or "Pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon!". Their mentality can be summed up as: "Black Lives Matter, But Blue And White Lives Don't."
    • This has become especially common after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, showing evidence they have now become an extremist movement. Their staunching opposition to the "All Lives Matter" claim pretty much shows that their mentality has deformed into "Black Lives Matter But ONLY Black Lives Matter".
  2. Like Social Justice Warriors, there are people in the movement that follow a "with us or against us" mentality, which means that even disagreeing with the movement will lead to you being called "racist", blacklisted, doxxed, etc.
    • In fact, most of them are Social Justice Warriors.
  3. They are essentially the Black Panthers of the internet and across the country, going through the exact same route as the original Black Panthers, from being a peace-promoting protesting organization to a radicalized supremacist group with penchant for destruction and hostility.
  4. BLM also has a tendency to shoehorn themselves into other people's business and refuse to leave until their demands are met. For instance, during a Pride Parade in Toronto, BLM protestors disrupted the parade, demanding more "representation" in pride staff and prioritize black trans women, and eliminate police floats at pride events. Not only BLM tried to hijack the event and make it all about themselves, but they're willing to jeopardize the safety of all participants.
  5. They enforce terrible ideologies, such as "all white people are racist", "there are no good cops", and even "you can not be racist against white people".
  6. They oversimplify the issues of police brutality, claiming it's because the police have a secret plan to kill all black people.
  7. After the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and some other African-Americans in the hands of police, many involved in BLM began to riot and turned cities like Seattle, Portland, New York City, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, Kenosha, and even Minneapolis itself into dystopias of violence that went on for months and even allied with Antifa to destroy property and kill innocent people.
  8. Speaking of police, they are responsible for creating the #ACAB hashtag (short for All Cops Are Bastards), which promotes the idea that all cops are bad when that isn't true since there are cops that aren't terrible people.
  9. As a result of the rioting (and actual peaceful protesting in some places), it is possible that they caused cases during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic to increase as some reported that they had tested positive for the virus while ignoring social distancing and not wearing masks, as well as burning and looting in public areas and forcing people to remain outside where the virus could have spread in large occupied areas.
  10. They are extremely against the police, even going as far as calling for them to be defunded (which will cause many officers to be laid off and limit what crimes they can respond to) or even abolished entirely. Yes, they wish to make crime and murder legal. Nobody to stop criminals, allowing them to run free and cause mayhem or, worse yet, have the military taking over the police roles. If you want to show why the military taking over police jobs is a bad idea, read about the Peterloo massacre.
    • On August 10, 2020, two months after the protests, looters in Chicago came back to loot stores as a way to go against the police. Over 100 people were arrested.
    • Worst of all, some spineless politicians actually agreed to BLM's demands, and proceed to defund the police, causing the morality of police departments to plummet and many police even going on strike or joining local militias just to try and maintain order. In areas where the police are defunded, hundreds of 911 calls go unresponded every day because of a lack of patrolling units.
  11. Some people in and supporters of the movement, such as Skai Jackson, even go as far as to dox innocent people. Often for petty reasons, such as politically incorrect jokes (one of which was told by a 13-year-old who was expelled from school and got both of their parents were fired from their jobs) when they were just jokes and don't determine whether the person in question is actually a racist. Getting doxxed for having the "wrong" opinion on the movement is also common.
    • Jennifer Scheurle, who was a Guild Wars 2 Lead Game Designer, blamed someone for white supremacy over the vehicular assault. However, it was Dawit Kelete, a Black man, who did it, yet she defended him. You know you screwed up when you defend a criminal just because they are black and blame someone else for the crime they never committed.
    • Mat Brunet (AniMat) has called JonTron mentally ill just because he does not agree with the movement.
    • Seth Rogen has responded to 'All Lives Matter' comments after posting 'Black Lives Matter' on Instagram, and he wrote that "if this is a remotely controversial statement for you, feel free to unfollow me.” He has even insulted All Lives Matter supporters with insults such as "Shut the fuck up", "Fuck off, You don’t deserve my movies anymore. Stop watching my shit.", and “Eat shit and die.”
  12. Even back then, one of the founders, Patrisse Cullors, admitted that some their members are trained/taught by Democratic conspiracy theorists and Marxists.
  13. The rioters believe that what they're doing is "for the greater good", when, in reality, their rioting destroyed many black communities and made everything worse. In fact, they have managed to kill more black people than actual cops.
  14. They take their opposition towards their counterprotest, All Lives Matter, to the extreme. Even going as far as to kill a mother just for saying it and calling supporters of it racist.
  15. Hypocrisy: They hate white supremacist groups like the Ku Klux Klan, yet they act exactly like them with their racism against white people and their acts of violence (before the mid-1900s and their regulation by government figures).
    • They even began cheering when a Trump Supporter was murdered and a viral video of a black man striking a white man with a brick was uploaded with the hashtag #White Lives Don't Matter. This shows they don't have respect for human lives, which is what the entire point was.
  16. Twitter has become a very big hive mind for the movement, filled with people glorifying the riots, hate speech against white people, and attacks against the police.
    • Ironically some users like Mat Brunet (AniMat) support this group despite being white, which, by that logic, means they're fighting against their own race.
  17. They caused the actual legal system to become corrupt in some places. For example, a couple in St. Louis pulled their guns on a group of "protesters" who were trespassing on their private property even after they saw a sign telling them that entry is prohibited. The protesters were seen as innocent while the couple was charged for "making threats" when they were rightfully defending their property.
  18. They give not only sane black-rights activists but black people in general, a bad name due to their anti-white rhetoric and rioting.
  19. Because of the aforementioned reason, even many black people hate this movement and distance themselves from it.
  20. They kicked white people out of their homes in Seattle and have burned down white churches, which shows they want black supremacy, something that Martin Luther King Jr. declared was just as bad as white supremacy.
  21. They try to justify their looting and arson of stores by saying it's for reparations and that insurance would take care of it. However, not every store owner has insurance. For example, one bar that a black man spent his entire life savings on was burned to the ground during the Minneapolis riots, ruining him.
  22. Many of the toxic BLM supporters are also criminal apologists as they side with and defend the criminals just because they're black and made poor attempts to bail them out. Sometimes, they also go as far as to hate or antagonize the victims. Not realizing that they are in jail for a reason.
    • When a 5-year-old white boy named Cannon Hinnant was murdered in front of his house by a black man named Darius Sessoms, a Facebook page dedicated to bailing Darius out was created while the deceased child and the grieving family were mocked. It should be noted that the Facebook page was a troll group, but it attracted a lot of BLM supporters that are being serious about it.
    • They've tried to "save" black death row immates that are scheduled to be/were executed such as Brandon Bernard and Dustin Higgs by making petitions to try to stop the execution, believing they’re innocent of any wrongdoing, completely ignoring their actions.
    • They also donate money to the families of the inmates instead of the families of the victims.
  23. Rioters also march into neighborhoods at night making loud chants, keeping people awake, and being nuisances.
  24. Despite the riots and even burning down buildings, the mainstream media, including CNN, are doing their best to hide the chaos and have referred to the riots as "peaceful protests." When that was not enough to save their reputation, they started blaming the riots on "Right-Wing Agitators", saying that the right-wingers provoked the riots and not the BLM activists themselves, showing that they don't want to take responsibility for their actions.
    • It gets worse. As shown in example#1 of WIR#22, Cannon Hiannant's death was never reported by the majority of the mainstream media. In fact, the only mainstream news channel that reported the full story was Fox News. Fox News even criticized about why the boy's death never got much coverage from other MSM news outlets.
  25. Many celebrities support and encourage the above actions, with prominent examples being Colin Kaepernick and Michael Jordan.
  26. Even more terrifying is that there are some public schools who support BLM, and they are brainwashing children to be hateful against all ages of white people as well.
  27. A few months ago, a white woman named Fifi/stardewleaf, who's a fan of Animal Crossing, posted a picture on Twitter of her in-game character wearing one of the new hairstyles that were introduced in the Winter update for Animal Crossing New Horizons and called them "Space Buns". As a result, she was harassed by SJWs and rabid BLM Supporters and was accused of being racist and for appropriating Black Culture all because she was wearing a haircut, in a video game. Click here if you want to know more about this.
  28. Some of the BLM elements in other nations like the UK or Canada (such as the aforementioned Toronto division) are just as rabid as their US counterparts, often disrupting public order in hopes to get their unreasonable demands such as "defund/abolish the police" or "enforce critical race theory" met.
    • Though most of them at least don't go into direct violence and it dies down by the end of the summer of last year. Showing they at least moved on from it.
  29. They often tried to defend people with Black supremacy views as shown with #IStandWithKrystina when Krystina Arielle is being racist to all whites after they criticized her behavior on Twitter. Which proofs their hypocrisy even further.
  30. They give non-violent BLM supporters a terrible reputation.
  31. These people serve nothing more but fuel the alt-right, actual racists, Neo-Nazis and radical anti-SJWs with more resolve to drive their vile cynicism against innocent blacks, social justice, and their supporters, thus turning the country into a miasma of violent political warmongering.
  32. They often attempt to use black-centered media such as Black Panther to enforce their agenda, which essentially gives these media a bad name.
    • Some may even criticize black-centered media for not being "black-propagated" enough.
  33. They are so bad that other BLM supporters turned on them, or have left the movement in utter greivance of what they did.
  34. Some of the supporters are actual criminals. For example, the Los Angeles street gangs Crips and Bloods actually united in support of BLM.
  35. Even when well-intentioned, their attempts to fix systemic racism and stop police brutality are largely ineffective, as they use mere protests rather than actual policy reform.
  36. Their actions alone completely undermind everything that Martin Luther King, Jr. stood for. At worst, they bring him up as an excuse to enforce their agenda, in short. They are dead disrespecting.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The movement was better in the past when it was truly pro-equality, primarily in its earliest years.
  2. They had well intentions at first, trying to fix police brutality and injustice against black people.
  3. Even to this day, there are some sane people in the movement who condemn the riots and hate against white people and the police. Sadly though, many of the sane ones left the movement, making sane individuals more scarce.
  4. Understandably, the fact black people in the US are leaving the movement as stated above shows that BLM truly doesn't speak for black people.
  5. The pathetic attempt at hiding the chaos and arson and looting of BLM has further shown why the mainstream media can't be trusted and is proven to be really biased at times.
  6. The riots, vandalism, and loud obnoxious noises, along with the mainstream media and certain celebrities and politicians siding with it, have become massive red pills for several people, forcing them to see how the far-left really behaves, and turning former supporters and other civil rights activists against them.
  7. The BLM movement outside of America is not as violent and deadly. Except for the UK and Canadian counterparts of the movement as pointed out on WIR #27.
  8. Obviously, most protesters in the movement are not violent, and most of them are not Anti-White Racists that discriminate against white people either.

Trivia

  • Protesters in the movement and counter protesters have been known to get into altercations.

Gallery

Known Supporters

Videos

References

Comments


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Pacsonic9000

6 months ago
Score 30
I'm glad this page exist.
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Sev124

one month ago
Score 2

same someone on twitter blocked me just because i said that acab is generalization

what a bastard
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Larryding

27 days ago
Score -1
Don’t you think that the government should build a time machine so that we can go back in time and stop things that shouldn’t have happened like the killing of George Floyd and Covid which makes a lot of sense if changing the past will change the future. I know it’s crazy but it needs to happen I wish I can build it myself but I’m not a genius.
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StarBird

3 days ago
Score 0
It doesn’t make sense tho
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JAndTheBigTV

2 days ago
Score 0
Larryding, we are all upset with how 2020 went. Who wouldn't be? This time machine that you keep spamming is getting old though. It needs to stop.
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SuperStreetKombat

2 days ago
Score 1
That comment Larry made is weeks old, so he probably learned his lesson by now.
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Nihirichan

6 months ago
Score 13
Oh boy.
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Usea

6 months ago
Score 5
The "Obsessive anti police brutality" page should be deleted, because this page is essentially about the exact same thing.
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CrusaderPrime

6 months ago
Score 4
Im going to delete my page and slowly merge this page into one
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Mudkipmaster69

6 months ago
Score 18
I am all for equality. But BLM is going too far, especially with the looting and destroying buildings.
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Obi-Wan Skywalker86

6 months ago
Score 5
And don't forget the statues.
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Mudkipmaster69

6 months ago
Score 5
Yes, never forget the statues.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 5
If it's true that people were still inside an apartment they set on on fire, you can add murder to the list.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 6
Also a Trump supporter was murdered by an Antifa thug.
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Blubabluba9990

2 months ago
Score -4
I don’t think there is anything wrong with them tearing down confederate soldier statues.
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Rockman138

one month ago
Score 2
I am not against equality to other people either. What I am against is justice extremism. And the US side of BLM is the example of pure extremism. Breaking people's businesses and buildings for no reason and wrecking everyone's homes. It's just miserable!
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AttackerAngel85

one month ago
Score 1
It was never about equality.
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StarBird

one day 22 hours 3 minutes ago
Score 0
They weren’t in the right tearing down statues
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Luigitehplumber

6 months ago
Score 8
I have myself, said the phrase before because one of my favourite television presenters is black, but I’m not against any form of race.
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9c1official

6 months ago
Score 6
One time my own mother called me a closed-minded bigot for supporting All Lives Matter. Things like this are the reason western society is crumbling.
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Prankster4343

one month ago
Score 3
The whole "Western civilization is dying" thing is just ridiculous. It's not the end of the world if your mother hurt your feelings.
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DarkMatterMan4500

one month ago
Score 3
Of course it's not the end of the world.
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Grand Albert

one month ago
Score 0
You are missing the point. It is that some people believing saying "All Lives Matter" is an awfully terrible, bigoted, and racist thing.
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CheziTacosprod.

22 days ago
Score -3
And she's right for that. All lives matter is like walking into a cancer awareness charity and running around yelling "There are other diseases out there toooooooo!"
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Masson Thief

15 days ago
Score 0
Which is true, just like "All Lives Matter". Yours is a bad argument also because there are a lot of illnesses which are blatantly ignored by the medical research, just like the media doesn't care about white people victim of police brutality.
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My name is Valentine you bit-

14 days ago
Score 1
Your mother is a bitch, no offence to your mom, just saying the truth 😉 #AllLivesMatter
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StarBird

one day 22 hours 2 minutes ago
Score 0
No. All lives matter like it or jot and there is nothing bigoted about that
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Anonymy

6 months ago
Score 8
These types of people take it WAY too far. Although I support the sane ones.
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ThereIsNoUsername

6 months ago
Score 7
In my opinion, rioting and looting is not only hurting the stores and property but the purpose of the movement.
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Crying Lucario

6 months ago
Score 7
i actually do support black lives matter. But only because i want to share my love for people of color
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PG201

6 months ago
Score 7
BLM has gone too far. ironically, but blm is the only one who turned out to be racist. Also, they treating Criminal that threatened pergant women like second Jesus.
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AttackerAngel85

one month ago
Score -3
The whole movement was founded on a lie.
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Amazingtoludada300

one month ago
Score 0
Just out of curiosity, but was the lie?
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Portrock1566

6 months ago
Score 5
I'm not only advocate for egalitarianism a but I still love my country at large. These unpatriotic traitors are aiming to destroy all pillars of society. I'm not surrending to them.
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Fomantisboy35

6 months ago
Score 8
On top of that, they only think that black lives matter when in reality, Whites, Asians, and other races matter too. Also, it's ironic that they call all lives matter is racist when they're the racist ones.
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NartRBLX

3 months ago
Score 0
Yeah, they are just against Asians, Whites,etc. This is why i never support BLM
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MeMeGuYWasLost

6 months ago
Score 17
It’s ironically racist despite being against racists.
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MeMeGuYWasLost

3 months ago
Score 0
Wow, never expected my comment to have this much upvotes.
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Pacsonic9000

6 months ago
Score 8
I heard that they're now trying to kick white people out of their homes in Seattle.
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Anonymy

6 months ago
Score 4
Jeez, they gotta chill
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Paprika

6 months ago
Score 14
Now they're just undoing MLK's work. They want to bring back segregation by neighborhood or possibly worse.
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Grust

6 months ago
Score 7
Hell if anything, it's only going to turn more people racist against black people and racist people into something worse.
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Anonymy

6 months ago
Score 12
All lives matter, god dammit.
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HarvettFox96

6 months ago
Score 5
@Moe Also Blue Lives Matter too.
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Space0720

6 months ago
Score 23
All lives matter, murder me.
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Anonymy

6 months ago
Score 6

😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😡😡😡😡😡😡🔪

(this is obviously a joke)
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BlueSapphire200

5 months ago
Score 7
I agree, everyone deserves to be treated equally.
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Space0720

2 months ago
Score 0
Holy fuck, this has became my most upvoted comment on the reception wikis huh?
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PirateGolem666

6 months ago
Score 1
Finally this has been added
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Caulipower

6 months ago
Score 6

When they teamed up with ANTIFA, that was such a bad move to make.

If you’re running an activist group, you have to make a smart choice.
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LeroyManTheFirst

6 months ago
Score 10
2020 is once again, ruined.
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Glitchedblood

6 months ago
Score 9
2020 was already shit when march happened
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Anonymy

6 months ago
Score 10
For WIR#18, that's fucking disgusting. No one should be treating a deceased child like that just because the killer was black and the victim was white.
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Grust

6 months ago
Score 2
While I won't deny the possibility of trolls trying to bait us, with SJWs and BLM acting the way they are now, it's next to impossible to separate the two now.
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Rockman138

5 months ago
Score 3
Nobody should ever get away with such despicable horror like this.
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JAndTheBigTV

27 days ago
Score 1
In my opinion, the moment Cannon Hinnant's death was disrespected was when many people stopped supporting BLM. That's what I think.
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JAndTheBigTV

25 days ago
Score 2
Also, the mainstream media never really covered the child's death. That's how far the news has fallen these days.
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DectableCord58

6 months ago
Score 4
Sure sure, black lives matter, but this group is corrupt.
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Caulipower

6 months ago
Score 12

But what about African-Americans and Arab-Americans that do gun violence as well?

Look what Mat Brunet said, did he even learn things like data charts, percentage, dividing, multiplying, math, adding, subtracting, pi, pie charts?

Well, it looks like Mat doesn’t know math.
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CrusaderPrime

6 months ago
Score 1
Well it's more like he does not know anything about the United States. Plus its a bit ironic that he support a anti white group which by that logic he's going against his own race!
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Caulipower

6 months ago
Score 0
Good point there.
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 0
This is another reason why he's one of my least favorite YouTubers.
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LA2002

6 months ago
Score 4
AniMat can just screw himself already.
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Rockman138

5 months ago
Score 0
Goes to show that AniMat is low IQ and highly brain dead. Just as brain dead and unintelligent as any dumbass who would refuse to wear a mask during global epidemics.
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Roblistic

6 months ago
Score 2
I'm 100% for equality, but almost none of this from BLM is helping.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 1
The only thing this rioting and looting is doing is creating more racism.
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Caulipower

6 months ago
Score 1
I blame most of the flaws on Antifa, I believe they sold their souls to Antifa.
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Nihirichan

6 months ago
Score 15
I support BLM but I hate the riots. I mean, I do support the movement only if it involves a peaceful protest, but I do not like how people use the excuse to commit crimes (such as the looting sprees back in July). Doesn't mean I'm a #BlueLivesMatter supporter either; I also think there are a bunch of bad cops.
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Caulipower

6 months ago
Score 1
That’s why I’m gonna make a plan to get Antifa and BLM separated.
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Paprika

6 months ago
Score 4
I'm also for peaceful protests. Too bad lots of people are trying to treat the riots like they are "peaceful" right now.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 0
Sadly I think the damage is done.
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XXSeph MySpaceXx

4 months ago
Score 0
same here.
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Popzikles

3 months ago
Score 2
This is pretty much my entire view of the whole thing summed up. Foreign BLM outside the US tends to be much better, especially in non-Western countries, speaking as a non-American user myself.
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CrusaderPrime

5 months ago
Score 4
Grust made a good point because once you done anything like this on the internet or real life its there forever.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 1
Yeah, I'm all for equality, but the things BLM and Antifa have done so far this year can't be easily forgiven (looting arson and even murder). If anything BLM is pretty much a lost cause and its reputation can't be fixed. The only option I can think of is a new movement and pray SJWs don't take it over. There's a reason BLM now stands for Burning Looting Murder.
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Botbuster

5 months ago
Score 1
Antifa should have a page as well.
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JaguarByte Productions

5 months ago
Score 3
All lives matter, however, the American Police should be less brutal. But not like Romania where they are incompetent as fuck like it took them 19 hours to find a girl who was kidnapped by a psycho (in a fairly small town too).
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Rockman138

5 months ago
Score 4

I do agree that some police officers can be really messed up people that really failed miserably at their job, and that police brutality is wrong. But the way some people in the movement say that all officers are racist or all of them are all bad, it gets me the impression, all of them are like this and that rubs me the wrong way. This is why I don't want to get involved in riots.

They claim to think they are against all white supremacist hate groups like the KKK, but yet much to their hypocrisy, they act like a hate group themselves towards white people. They call innocent white people racists to society, but I call them racists to society because the way they are to other white people is disgraceful. I agree we all should stand against racism, but what I do not tolerate is full on extremism. But to be fair, judging from what RQ#2, it does have a point that there are some in the movement that are pro-equality, and that some are not extremists. But at it's worst, it's a hypocritical, spiteful, nasty movement.

Almost just as bad as the KKK and the Westboro Baptist Church.
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CrusaderPrime

5 months ago
Score 2

There is a quote that said about anyone who become the very thing there are against by Friedrich Nietzsche:

"He who fights monsters should see to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you."

-Beyond Good and Evil (1886)

Now imagine that the person who work for the Black Lives Matter after doing some rioting and vandalism look at the abyss and instead of seeing his or her face. It shows the face of the KKK or a police they are against due to they are not so different from each other.

In short they become the Police there are fighting against or the Black Supremacists version of the KKK.
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Glitchedblood

5 months ago
Score 0
the only cop i care about is my uncle, and he isn't corrupt or brutal
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Obi-Wan Skywalker86

5 months ago
Score 1
I'm not trying to be racist/Obsessive Anti-SJW (even though I'm mixed (half white and half black)). but My family are apart of this group when they ignore some innocent/non-corrupted polices, they think Trump “supports” white supermacy when it's not true and they treat ANTIFA like an actual “Heroes” and they also treat Trump, “all” white people and “all” Police (especially non-corrupted ones) like an actual “Villains” when they are looting, destroying buildings (such as churches, stores/restaurants (even black business ones as there own race)) and even vandalizing (such as properties and statues). This pisses me off as the white supermacy itself and the damn virus.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 1
You're not being an obsessive anti-SJW.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 4

An obsessed anti-SJW would see every black person as BLM every woman as a feminazi, and every LGBT person as part of the LGBT "community".

In reality there are black people that hate BLM, women that hate feminazies and misandrists, and most LGBT hatte their lifestyle shoved in people's faces.
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Obi-Wan Skywalker86

5 months ago
Score 1
@Grust Yeah, I know.
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Blubabluba9990

2 months ago
Score -7
I’m pretty sure Trump is a white supremacist. He sent millions of innocent hispanic people to detention centers. Both the left and right agree that Trump is a scumbag.
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DarkMatterMan4500

2 months ago
Score 2
What makes you think that? Either way, I don't support neither side as I think the whole presidential race could ruin friendships.
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CarlosFernandez

5 months ago
Score -1
What about Sky News Media, i know it's not from the USA but still
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I think we should delete this page, because who knows what's gonna happen if they find out about this page
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 6
Eh. The worst they'll do is whine on Twitter about how we're, ahem, "white supremacists" because we criticized BLM.
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Well I had a nightmare that they doxxed all of us, deleted Miraheze, and burned down our houses
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 5
Don't worry, you should be fine as long as you use a VPN to hide your real location. Besides Miraheze never hands over personal info.
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But look, SJWs have power. If they can kill people, brainwash mainstream media, and ally with ANTIFA, then they might as well take down a whole website
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But I agree with the page still
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Obi-Wan Skywalker86

5 months ago
Score 2
@AppleCrunchy We don't want that to happen.
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Alksjflkajslk;

4 months ago
Score -2
I agree, it is way too controversial.
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3 O 5

4 months ago
Score 0
Don't worry pal. The best they can do is cry in their shells and whine about it
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AttackerAngel85

one month ago
Score 0
No, evil should punished, not appeased.
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KMFStudios

5 months ago
Score 1
We should rename this to "Radical Black Lives Matter".
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Caulipower

5 months ago
Score 2
They are acting like radicals right now.
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CrusaderPrime

5 months ago
Score 0
We had done that now.
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Usea

5 months ago
Score 2
I think it should be changed back to Black Lives Matter, because even many of the "non-radical" members are doing some pretty rotten things.
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Caulipower

3 months ago
Score 0
Why am I feeling like we should rename the page to “Radical Black Lives Matter” again?
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AttackerAngel85

one month ago
Score 0
They should call it Evil Lives Matter because they only want to defend people who are evil.
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Jclem05

5 months ago
Score 3
I have nothing to say. #WhiteLivesDon'tMatter is racist, but I can't say #ALM, everyone will think I'm racist or something. #BlackLivesMatter is racist, because this country has Blacks, whites, Mixed People, Hispanics, asians, Gay People, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Trangender People, Genderqueer, people, Asexuals, Men, women, girls, boys, and both.
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DmitriLeon2000

5 months ago
Score 1
What about Black Panthers?
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Azenoth

5 months ago
Score 1
That's the New Black Panther Party, which is different from the original Black Panthers, I guess?
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Danetheheroofworlds

5 months ago
Score 3
If the movement succeeds in what these radicals preach, then I'm willing to bet that someone, somewhere, will start a "White Lives Matter" movement, and the same game will repeat. Say what you want, ransacking shops is all but peaceful, as they like to say, instead, it looks like what the barbarians did to Rome after the fall of the Roman Empire. The so called "equality" they push is anything but, if we were truly equal, then a white had the same right to a fair trial as a black or an Asian. If you advocate for the arbitrary arrest of white people, then we may as well go back to Baroque France, where the peasants could be imprisoned on the king's whims. Literally, all you needed to issue an arrest was a note like this: "Mr. (insert name here) is to be thrown in jail. King (insert name here)." Even in the Soviet Union, Stalin couldn't care less about the race of his subjects (he himself was Georgian), all he cared about was whether they swore fealty to the Bolshevik Party. In Roman times (another Acceptable Target for these kinds of people, as the "ancestor to Fascism") everyone was free to do anything they wanted, as long as they didn't threaten Rome's power and paid the taxes regularly. In Ancient Greece, anyone was welcome to trade and they didn't care about the privileges each skin color had, all they cared about was whether you spoke Greek and could appreciate art and culture, something these people flat out don't and can't do.
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Danetheheroofworlds

5 months ago
Score 2
Of course, all I said doesn't mean that I support racial discrimination and police brutality, my point was that as long as these people don't know history, they will keep repeating these mistakes. Hence, all the examples I could track down from history.
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ThunderKat

2 months ago
Score 0
Y'know what they say: "Those who fail to learn from past mistakes are doomed to repeat them."
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Prankster4343

one month ago
Score 0
I guess history is repeating itself because the backlash against BLM is the exact same as the Civil Rights Movement got back in their day. The Civil Rights Movement was called "radical," "racist," "terrorist," "criminal." Sound familiar? It's shocking how so little Americans know about that part of history. Maybe they are just not used to seeing it in color. A lot of Americans legit believe that the Civil Rights Movement was some beloved thing, and worship it constantly without realizing that it was demonized back then.
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StarBird

one day 21 hours 54 minutes ago
Score 0

History isn’t repeating itself and backlash against BLM is WAY different than the Civil Rights Movement got back in their day.

The Civil Rights Movement was never called "radical," "racist," "terrorist," "criminal."

No it’s shocking how you foreign idiots think you know about our history. Maybe you’re still upset because of us aging your asses in wars over and over again. Also we don’t see color, we see The Civil Rights movement wasn’t demonetized and you are not giving any facts. Get your foreign bs out of our American history
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Usea

5 months ago
Score 3
Most BLM supporters are not rioters, but a much larger amount of them downplay the riots or blame it on "right wing agitators" and therefore end up letting the rioters get away with their violence.
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Pacsonic9000

5 months ago
Score 3
On paper, Black Lives Matter sounds good but in practice, it's causing racism.
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SniperKing1337

5 months ago
Score 1
If I ever do something with the movement I do it the original way of fixing racial injustice against african americans and not defund and riot like a dumbass.
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LA2002

5 months ago
Score 3
I openly support Black Lives Matter, but I really loathe the radical members.
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SniperKing1337

5 months ago
Score 0
Agreed
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 3

“I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character." -MLK

“We have a dream that our children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the content of their character, but by the colour of their skin”. -BLM

I don't mean to disrespect MLK by writing this, but you can see just how easily BLM is going against everything he fought for in his time. MLK was able to fight white supremacy without promoting black supremacy, but BLM wants blacks to be put above whites and not equal. One can wonder what he would say to these people had he not been assassinated.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 3
Well the Boondocks had a theory. Warning, naughty language. https://www....=OuD_0LFSnyY
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 4
The rioters need to hear that ASAP.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 2
I heard that in the comments myself.
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Prankster4343

one month ago
Score -1
MLK would've actually supported BLM and encouraged it to be peaceful. MLK actually received almost identical backlash when he was alive. He was called "radical," "terrorist," "thug," "racist." Sound familiar? BLM doesn't want blacks to be superior to whites. That's ridiculous, and YOU KNOW IT. How is ending police brutality supporting black supremacy?
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StarBird

one day 21 hours 59 minutes ago
Score 0
MLK would NOT support BLM and he would say all lives matter. MLK actually believed all lives should be equal. He wasnt called "radical," "terrorist," "thug," "racist." Sound familiar? BLM DOES want blacks to be superior to whites. It’s not ridiculous to realize that and YOU KNOW THAT FOR A FACT. There isn’t that much police brutality considering the fact that the only ones who are brutal is BLM. Prankster you need to learn your history.
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Prankster4343

10 hours 54 minutes ago
Score 0

Starbird, the fact that you say that MLK would've said all lives matter instead of black lives matter is very showing of how little you know about MLK and very much disrespectful of his legacy. He very much fought for black lives mattering decades before BLM existed. He was as pro-black as you can get.

He was very much called those things back when he was alive. He was literally the most reviled man in America when he was alive. According to a 1968 poll, nearly 75 percent of American people disapproved of him. Some regarded him as “too passive” for his position on nonviolent action. Others, “too radical,” for his stance against racism and oppression. The FBI treated MLK like a terrorist. The fact that you deny these things is honestly appalling.

Also, there isn't much police brutality? Are you kidding me? It has been proven time and time again that police brutality is a massive problem, and it disproportionally falls on black communities. BLM is not that violent as people in this comment section would like you to believe. According to ACLED, 93% of all BLM protests are peaceful. That's an objective fact.

It's very hypocritical that you accuse me of not knowing history, but you are the one who is ignorant about it. It just goes to show how many Americans don't know basic facts about history.
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Raynard2

5 months ago
Score 2
I do support BLM, but only the Chad peaceful protests
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Caulipower

5 months ago
Score 6
Am I the only one that thinks that BLM became a puppet of Antifa?
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 4
Nope. They're just another Antifa branch now. They now rely on intimidation and destruction just like them instead of actual protests. The BLM movement is a shell of it's former self.
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Grust

5 months ago
Score 7
I'll be blunt. BLM is not worth saving anymore. Thanks to the riots, vandalism, obnoxious behavior, criminal behavior, and even murders, BLM's reputation is in the dirt.
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Usea

5 months ago
Score 6
Black Lives matter was already rotten even before 2020. They were not simply against police brutality, they were instead Marxist SJWs who stated that they wanted to "dismantle cisgender privilege.", and "disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure" among other things.
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ItMeansNothing

5 months ago
Score 8

I feel like saying "black lives matter" these days can get you killed.


I'm sorry if I offended anyone.
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Beefmellington

5 months ago
Score 2
You got a Point
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 4
I can see why.
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Technomancer02

4 months ago
Score 1
I'd say that you'll have more chances of dying.
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SkyBlueYoshi

5 months ago
Score 6

I'll be honest here, I support black lives themselves but not the movement itself.

BLM only care about a black life if it was done by a white person or if that black person happened to be a criminal.

Also how the fuck is All Lives Matter and Not All Cops Are Bad are racist. All Lives include black lives but unfortunately they won't see it like that and also NOT ALL COPS ARE BAD, It's like they want a police free paradi.... oh wait Chaz was a thing and it fucking failed.

Another thing BLM protests are the reason cities are going back into lockdown (Including Mine) and yet they are considered safe.

BLM Only came back into relevancy because of George flood and the upcoming election and isn't it funny that there are a disproportionate amount of other white people in these protests.

On a final note if you say black lives matter, You need to think that they matter all the time, Not when they we're a black criminal.
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Hyperus the Zeraora

3 months ago
Score 1
Agreed. It's just that I don't want it to become something like the shooting of French teacher Samuel Paty.
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EijiZeBoi

one month ago
Score 1
Okay, the reason "All Lives Matter" is controversial is because it's used as a dismissive statement to downplay the issues black Americans are protesting against. It's not "'Only' Black Lives Matter," it's "Black Lives Matter 'too'."
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StarBird

one day 22 hours 3 minutes ago
Score -1
It isn’t downplaying the issues blm present. BLM means only black lives matter. It doesn’t mean black lives matter too.
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Prankster4343

10 hours 46 minutes ago
Score 0
Starbird, it LITERALLY doesn't say only black lives matter or even black lives matter more than other lives. It clearly says black lives matter. That's it. It's not that hard to read, man.
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Herogamer04

5 months ago
Score 2
I do agree black lives do matter they keep forgoting that most of them dying are by black people mostly
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Beefmellington

5 months ago
Score 8
I Don't Support BLM. I Agree with the person that posted the video of Martin Luther King Jr telling the Fighting blacks to Shut the heck up in the Boondocks. These people need to know TRUE Activisim. (I Know not all of the supporters are like this. but the Radical Ones make up 90% of this community)
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Amazingtoludada300

5 months ago
Score 6
I don’t support BLM either, even though I’m black
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JAndTheBigTV

one month ago
Score 3
I don't support BLM either. This group is way too hateful.
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Freddie123

5 months ago
Score 7
If you can't embrace history, you are doomed to repeat it.
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Prankster4343

10 hours 43 minutes ago
Score 0
Unfortunately, history is repeating itself because so many Americans are hating BLM the same way the Civil Rights Movement was hated back then.
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Freddie123

5 months ago
Score 19
If Martin Luther King, Jr. were alive today, he would frown hardly at this sorry excuse of a group.
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Paprika

5 months ago
Score 12
They are basically going up against everything he fought for by trying to make blacks superior to whites instead of equal, even though he knew black supremacy was just as bad as white supremacy.
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Declan Kearns

3 months ago
Score 4
I totally agree. These retarded people are giving equal rights activists a bad name.

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