Dave Stancliff Note to BLM Activists: Please don’t marginalize me or my race blogarama.com

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Note to BLM Activists: Please don’t marginalize me or my race

Good Day World!

I believe all lives matter.

Unfortunately, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement is predominately aimed at police officers whom they feel are unjustly killing blacks.

In fact, 99.9% of people aren't police officers. So, as a non-black, non-police officer person, when I say 'All lives matter' what I'm saying is "Hey Bro, I'm agreeing with you, your life matters just as much as mine."

Yet somehow, I'm considered a racist for saying 'All lives matter?'  That's wrong. I don't give a damn about your race, every life matters.

Sure, I GET that they want the police to know that black lives matter too, but don't marginalize me or my race because they want to be angry at cops. That's not my problem.

If black lives really mattered, the protestors would be in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland etc., marching against the numerous black lives being lost every single week in those cities controlled by black gangsters. But, they aren’t. Why?

The only time black lives seem to matter to BLM, is when a white cop is involved, justifiably or not. Facts no longer seem to matter to BLM. Spreading false stories about events sure seems to matter though.

Lying for your cause because you're frustrated doesn't help your credibility at all. It makes you look like an idiot. If the only time a black life matters to them is when they can blame a white person, their telling me that they don't give a damn about black lives, they just want to vent their anger towards whites.

Why don’t the BLM activists look at their own lives closer? Why don’t they address the REAL PROBLEM – blacks are killing themselves in crime-ridden neighborhoods in record numbers?

That doesn’t make me a racist for pointing this out – despite what many activists claim when that inconvenient fact is brought up. If BLM wants to start saving lives now, they should be protesting the violence in black communities across the nation.

Time for me to walk on down the road…

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