New Calls for Violence Against Whites, Police
Last week, the New York Times editorial board penned an essay slamming conservative politicians who denied the legitimacy of the Black Lives Matter movement. On September 3rd, they wrote:
The Republican Party and its acolytes in the news media are trying to demonize the protest movement that has sprung up in response to the all-too-common police killings of unarmed African-Americans across the country.
The intent of the campaign — evident in comments by politicians like Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky — is to cast the phrase “Black Lives Matter” as an inflammatory or even hateful anti-white expression that has no legitimate place in a civil rights campaign.
Let’s take a moment to see what Governor Haley said. “Most of the people who now live in terror because local police are too intimidated to do their jobs are black,” Haley said in a recent speech. “Black lives do matter, and they have been disgracefully jeopardized by the movement that has laid waste to Ferguson and Baltimore.”
Black being hurt by the movement, black lives do matter…yes, it’s obvious why the Times is calling her out as a hateful racist.
But perhaps the editors of America’s most liberal mainstream newspaper aren’t so much slamming Republican bigotry as they are sticking up for the protesters. And, indeed, the bulk of the editorial is spent trying to draw a line between the BLM protests of 2015 and the civil rights movement of the 1960s. The problem is that while the Times is more than happy to acknowledge the peaceful protests, they seem less than willing to confront the darker aspects of this movement.
For that, we have to turn to the Daily Caller. The conservative site reported this week on a Be On The Lookout alert being sent to many of the nation’s law enforcement agencies. The report warns police to be on high alert on September 11th, noting that members of “#blacklivesmatter and #fyf911 are calling for the murder of more police officers on a site called blog radio.”
Among the individuals of concern to law enforcement is a character named King Noble, a proud leader within the so-called Fuk Yo Flag splinter group. Noble recently posted a video encouraging his followers to head to Stone Mountain, Georgia on 9/11 to “witness the end of U.S. imperialist white supremacy.”
“We, the people, are psychologically and physically breaking free of the imperialist, colonialist, and racist empires by burning representations starting on September 11th, 2015,” reads the FYF website.
These disturbing plans led to an onslaught of criticism from the liberal media, having finally realized that this is not the movement they thought it to be. Oh wait, no, that didn’t happen. Instead, they decided to jump all over Sarah Palin for something she said at an anti-Iran deal rally in Washington:
“Since your president won’t say it, since he still hasn’t called off the dogs, we’ll say it. Police officers and first responders all across this great land, we got your back! We salute you!”
According to liberals, Palin’s use of the word “dogs” in this context is racist. Never mind that this is an extremely common way to use the term. Never mind that Palin is obviously referring to Obama’s Justice Department, which is currently investigating dozens of police agencies and enforcing new regulations meant to “improve” the way they work. No, none of that matters. She’s obviously a racist.
One might have hoped that, by this point in the game, even the most brainwashed anarchists in the media would have abandoned this violent, disgraceful movement. Unfortunately, the lies continue. The slander intensifies. And underneath it all, the bloodshed is real. Stay safe, those of you brave enough to wear the uniform in this climate. You have our gratitude. God willing, this dark time will soon pass.
Hopefully sooner than later.