Did BLM incite murder of Dallas and Baton Rouge cops?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-police-protests-20160709-snap-story.html

    I believe that because these anarchists are being afforded the right to completely block public thoroughfares in the name of BLM ... their lawless acts have incited UNREST, and fanned the flames of retaliatory racial violence. Until the cities require proper permits, and these ANARCHIST thugs are confined to one area of town, their presence will continue to push angry black men to the brink of a race war.

    You and I would not be afforded the right to march down public streets, blocking them with mob presence. No, we would be arrested. Until these protests are made to rally at a designated place, far from the public not interested in their cause, police will.die.

    And should the RNC convention become an unruly meeting,.with riots and demonstrations, it is not impossible to see either a local governor or Obama declare martial law.

    Get ready folks, if we keep slipping down this slippery slope ... we will be at war. IMHO!
     
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    You believe what you want. If you believe that, I believe that Sean Hannity and Fox News have encouraged police officers to not give a flying flip about the lives of black men. And I believe that the hatred generated by Donald Trump has encouraged more folks to have a negative opinion about the lives of Blacks and Brown folk as he repeats what comes out of Fox News.

    THe only reason you're still talking about BLM is because Fox News wants you to talk about them.

    The 60s had the Black Panthers which the radical right had to demonize.

    So the current system has to have a group to demonize.
    And like the 60s, history shows us there is always a white supremist faction and/or attitude that is pushing the negative views of the black led groups.:Sneaky
     
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    Well, I took a nice break from the net and got a lot accomplished and I came back and things haven't changed at all. I've been more angry in the past two days over what I keep reading here than I've been in a long time and my spirit and blood pressure can take it. I'll be leaving again and this time for good, not that it's going to matter one way or the other.

    But before I go, I will say this to Righteousdude2 and Zaac.

    The two of you are the most disruptive souls I've seen on the internet. You are both so racially motivated that you can't even see straight and the things that come out of both of your mouths are so stupid it makes me crazy.

    This is supposed to be a "Christ-centered Community". What a farce.

    Anyway, I don't have time or desire for this anymore.

    C'est la vie and adieu.
     
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    Apparently there IS racism here, with that kind of name-calling.
     
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    If I were using the term in the manner that someone like you would, it still wouldn't be racism. Learn what the definition of racism is.
     
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    If you think things are bad now under law enforcement wait until enough violence towards the police is perpetrated and martial law is invoked.

    No prejudice with martial law, EVERYONE gets mowed down, black, white, red, brown, yellow, turquoise... ANYONE who is out after curfew, no questions asked, no hands up, no "don't shoot", no free press to take pictures, no screaming activists from any side, we will ALL be like pigs in a blanket to be fried like bacon. You will be fortunate to have a marked grave.

    The greatest thing holding it back is the second amendment.
    Not so much in big urban centers where the second amendment has been neutralized.

    BLM and like groups are just pawns being played on the chess board of American overpopulated cities.
    They are a means to an end, plain and simple.

    Keep up the violence comrades - divide and conquer will be coming soon to your neighborhood.
    STOP the violence STOP the Marxists.

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    Storied civil rights figures as well as the young leaders who make up the Black Lives Matter protest movement were quick to decry the violence against officers in Baton Rouge.

    “Today was just horrific and it is obviously something that none of us condone,” said Myra Richardson, a 17-year-old activist who has been involved in the protests in Baton Rouge since the police shooting of Alton Sterling last week. “What can you say in a moment of tragedy like this? We’re just really praying for the families.”

    The Rev. Jesse Jackson said that for decades black activists have called for justice but have never advocated attacks on police officers. Any attempt to link the shootings in Dallas or Baton Rouge to peaceful protesters, he said, was an unfair smear.

    “Shooting police is not a civil rights tactic,” said Jackson, a longtime civil rights leader. “The shooting in Dallas had nothing to do with the civil rights struggle, and neither does the shooting in Baton Rouge.”

    The Rev. Al Sharpton decried the shooting of the officers, and noted that he and other civil rights figures have consistently called for peace.

    “We all denounce the killing of police officers,” he said. “We don’t want to see this movement, which began with the killing of Eric Garner, smeared as an anti-police movement. We certainly don’t condone violence.”
     
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    If Jackson was referring to the BLM rioters who block people's businesses and traffic then no they are not peaceful.
     
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    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/07/democrats_endorse_blm_and_pigs_in_a_blanket.html

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    Exactly ITL. There's a certain segment of society that has to demonize that which it fears will challenge its power and authority.

    Police forces were initiated to capture runaway slaves, and they were viewed as an extension of the slave owners.

    They have traditionally, today, been used as an extension of the authority of the majority in power.

    When BLM or anyone challenges what some of the police are doing, it's often viewed as challenging the authority of the majority.

    So to undervalue and marginalize them, the Fox News machine, which is simply a proxy for the GOP, has to try and make BLM responsible for all the racial strife and disharmony in the country.

    It's doesn't matter what they disavow. The Fox News machine has convinced its Stepford followers that BLM and President Obama are responsible for the murders of the police officers. And they believe it because they want to believe it.

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    Hank I believe you are correct. "SomeBody" is trying to start a race war. And BLM is being used and unjustly accused so that this may come to fruition.

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    Right, the question is - who?

    I don't know - but it has the smell of marxism about it.

    But that's just the ideology not the individual chief "movers and shakers".


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    I do not see Marxism so much as I see a right wing dictatorship movement.
     
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    Yes IMO that is within the realm of possibility.

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    Paul, BLM is to blame for a lot of what we are seeing but I believe Obama has thrown more gas on this fire than anyone. He is to blame.
     
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    This continues to just be silly and calls into question the reasoning of the white people, because it is mostly the white people,who keep saying it.

    Fox News and every media outlet has stoked the fires many times more than Obama.
    Donald Trump repeating what's been said on Fox news has thrown considerably more gas on the fire.
    Police officers murdering unarmed black people has thrown more gas on the fire.
    Foolish people trying to justify all of the murders of black people at the hands of police officers has stoked the fires.
    Foolish people attempting to blame Barack Obama instead of the murdering police officers has thrown gas on the fire.

    Fox News and Sean Hannity have a lot of radical white people saying that murdered black folks have gotten what they deserved, and in classic white privileged response, the same white people blame Obama for what we're seeing?:Rolleyes

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    Can't we see that the evil one(s) behind ALL of this is just driving a deeper wedge between us and the "races".

    Someone said "there is only race , the human race".

    Acts 17:26 And (He) hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;

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    Amen again. I preached on this last week.

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