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Black lives don’t matter … to blacks. Trump makes Republicans look petty.

August 11, 2015

There’s a new saying going around, “Black Lives Matter.” Now, I’m not sure who black lives matter to but it damn sure isn’t other black folks. I guess I’ll highlight some facts even though they don’t matter to the “black lives” crowd. Better than 90% of black victims of homicides were murdered by blacks. I know, around 83% of white homicide victims are killed by whites. The black population in America is around 13%. Yet according to the nonprofit New Century Foundation, of the nearly 1 million violent crimes committed every year involving blacks and whites in America, blacks commit 85% and whites commit 15%. And while Obama and other race pimps along with liberals proclaim that white cops are killing innocent unarmed black gentle giants on a regular basis … A six-year FBI study conducted between 2007 and 2012  found that, on average, local police forces kill 400 people every year in America. Of those, only 96, or 25%, involved blacks killed by white police officers.

In the last 35 years there have been about 324,000 black people murdered … by other black people. In conclusion for this topic black lives matter to blacks if they can use it for an excuse to do the things they seem to do best … loot, riot, complain, play the victim, and commit more crimes.

The one year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death just past and the folks in Ferguson, Missouri are at it again. Throwing rocks at the cops, looting stores, trampling on the American flag, and proclaiming they are ready for war while shooting at cops. If these folks are looking for support for whatever gripe they have I kind of thing they’re going about it all wrong. But that’s what you get when you’ve told you’re a victim of some injustice all your life. “Woe is me. My great-great grand father was a slave.”

The shameful part is instead of trying to make their lives and neighborhoods better, a large part of the black community would rather buy and sell dope, play rap music, father illegitimate children, and put fancy rims on their vehicles. Personally I don’t think there’s any such thing as black pride, except for people like Dr. Ben Carson and Clarence Thomas and Allen West. What’s to be proud of? Your neighborhood that you burned down? Your home is trashed out. Many are so illiterate they can’t even spell Black Lives Matter … let alone do anything to demonstrate it.

And I’m sure I’ll be called a racist for some of what I wrote here. But people like Barack Obama confirm black folks overall are whiny thugs who can’t read or articulate a clear thought and are too lazy or stupid to even get an ID to vote.

Why is it that black folks have this victim mentality? I mean, I don’t think there’s a race of people who haven’t had to endure persecution and enslavement. Yet because of those who benefit monetarily and/or politically from keeping racism alive the black community will continue to be used and exploited … and it’s sad to say they can’t even see that they, as a race of people, are being pimped.


Okay, I listened to Megyn Kelly’s opening “gotcha” comment, leading up to a very lame question to Donald Trump at the Republican debate.  Here is basically what she said,  “Mr. Trump, one of the things people love about you is you speak your mind, that you don’t use a politicians filter. However, that’s not without its down side in particular when it comes to women. You’ve called women you don’t like, ‘pigs,’ ‘dogs,’ ‘sluts,’ and ‘disgusting animals.'” (Trump responds, “Only Rosie O’Donnell,” to which the crowd enthusiastically applauded). Ms. Kelly looked a little flustered and pointed out a couple of incidences, trying to make a “war on women” accusation. She finally got to her question, “Does this sound like the temperament of a man we should elect as president?”  First of all, even Ms. Kelly stated that Trump referred to women he didn’t like. I have to tell you, I’ve referred to folks I don’t like in not too flattering of terms and I’m pretty sure everyone has at one time or another. Yet at the same time she made it appear that Trump has a problem with women in general. It appears Ms. Kelly and all the other pillars of the left and right-wing embrace political filters. You know, phony smiles, phony hand shakes … phony lives. Frauds, who will smile and lie to your face and break it off in you. At least we know where Trump stands.

Now folks, I’m leaning towards Ted Cruz and would love to see him get the nomination. In the war of intellectual prowess, anyone on the Democrat side will be unarmed. What really makes me sick is what Lindsey Graham said. He said something like it would be better to lose the White House than to win the election with Trump. In other words the establishment Republicans would rather throw another election at the expense of America than to have an “outsider” occupy the office of the presidency.

It was obvious to just about everyone that Kelly tried her best to make Trump look bad most likely under orders from Fox and/or Republican elites. It’s stunning that America is spiraling down the toilet and there are serious enemies plotting to attack Americans here at home, issues crippling this nation, and these fools are worried about political correctness.

Political correctness gave us eight years of the greatest threat to America in U.S. history, and folks like Lindsay Graham is all for at least four more Obama years with the most corrupt political figure leading the way.

10 Comments leave one →
  1. August 11, 2015 1:10 pm

    Reblogged this on BPI reblog001.


  2. 1wanderingtruthseeker permalink
    August 11, 2015 1:43 pm

    You Go! I’m reblogging this and hope many others do too.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. August 11, 2015 3:43 pm

    Bingo! You nailed it again!


  4. Susan Modeski permalink
    August 13, 2015 1:34 pm

    Thanks, Trump for expressing what the rest of the world thinks.

    Liked by 1 person


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