ChrisS posted a comment · Jun 05, 2020
Thank you, the article is well written, is very needed and helps to think reasonably about what is happening! I would like to add a few things: 1. why is it assumed that the policeman was racist? A policeman is under so much pressure every day, his life is in danger and they are humans as well. How many of them died so we can have a safer life? 2. where is the rioting and outrage when Whites are killed by Blacks? White lives don't matter? Because I start to see the Marxist, Whites-oppressor and Blacks-oppressed narrative. All Whites are bad racists from birth, while Blacks are virtuous from birth. Is this not exactly the opposite what Martin Luther King was fighting against - double standards, racism? 3. An honest African woman asked and I am asking the same, where are the BLM members when Blacks kill Blacks in their neighbourhoods? It seems that a Black's life matter when it can be politically capitalized. 4. A young man was stoned to death in Dallas, where is the outrage for that? His life really doesn't matter? That would be very sad and injust!
Swkh310 posted a comment · Jun 02, 2020
But when a black man protests peacefully (Colin Kaepernick) the Right attacks him, too.
quikstart posted a comment · Jun 01, 2020
One day we can do that is by denouncing these violent riots. ..or One way? fyi, Jim