Black Lives Matter hypocrisy



There is a lot of hypocrisy going around in the Black Lives Matter movement and I want to point it out.

Race Pride

There is a sizable chunk, dare I say a majority, of Black Lives Matter that likes to take pride in being Black. I am not sure why anybody would be proud to be something they were borne as, but if that’s your think – so be it. But if a WHITE person dares take pride in being white, they are labeled as “racist” or “hateful.” This level of hypocrisy isn’t isolated to the Black community but it is most predominant in it. It’s damn hypocritical to “do as I say, not as I do.”  Wouldn’t you say?

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The Police – Part 1: Brutality


ART BY: Ergot

This blog is apart of a 2 part series covering 2 big topics: 1) Brutality. 2) Militarization. Both only about police in the United States. Part 2 will be released eventually. So, without further ado, let’s get started shall we?

The role of the police is to protect the masses and uphold the law. The role of the masses is to call the police for help and follow the law. That is the way it’s been since for fuck knows how long. But throughout history, the police have been getting a bad rep. Especially among minorities, most notably, blacks. For that, we can blame the actions of law enforcement back when segregation was common practice and widespread. But in recent events, the police have faced a lot of hostility. If a cop shoot someone it’s local news. But here’s the kicker: The only time it makes it in the national spotlight is when a black person is shot by a white cop AND only when either witnesses or family yells brutality. As a result, the hostility towards police has increased. We have the media to thank for that….and also, blacks. Sad thing is, when the roles are reversed, the media only covers the unjustified shooting of a cop when several are gunned down or under extraordinary circumstances. That says a lot about the media, doesn’t it?

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