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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 7 days ago

Do you support Black Lives Matter.  If not, why are you so racist?

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  • 3 days ago

    I support some of the things they stand for, and oppose others. For example, i support them wanting to get rid of these demeaning statues, but i don't agree with their economic ideas or views that there is an institutional racism in America. 

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  • 4 days ago

    Not supporting an organization does not make one racist. And in this case, quite the opposite is true. You see, we already treat people different than us with dignity and respect, we don't need to show allegiance with an organization to prove it. Those who do support BLM clearly have some regrets about how they may have treated a person of color in the past and think this is a way of clearing their conscience.  

    Source(s): Life and logic
    • DosCentavos
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      4 days agoReport

      The person posing the question is ignorant beyond salvaging.

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  • 4 days ago

    BLM only wants to save criminals and anarchists from persecution of their crimes and treason. They do not give a damn about the 1000's of blacks murdering each other  or aborted every year.

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    • rahim3 days agoReport

      It do seems like THaT fucKlN weAK AS$ movement don't care about black on black crime! That movement is a bunch of buLLshit!

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  • 4 days ago

    Racism is the belief that one is superior to another based on the color of ones skin. It has nothing to do with an organization of any kind. I don't support them and I never will. They are a racial supremecist hate group. Any group pushing double standards on people is a supremecist group. There is no other reason to do it. They also threaten people, tear things apart, cause harm and chaos and only stop when their lists of demands are met. This is called terrorism. The thought police (now called the left) have attempted to change the definition of racism in order to avoid being accused of a double standard(when they were called racist for treating white people badly because of their skin color) to reflect some imaginary position of power instead of race, which makes the definition go to the word "elitism" rather than "racism", but this is irrelevant to the issue and entirely made up. Bottom line: no, I will never support racism and terrorism, even if it is coming from black people.

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  • Phil M
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    5 days ago

    This whole "If you don't agree with me you are a racist" thing has gotten way out of hand. You should be ashamed of yourself.

  • 6 days ago

    The reason I do NOT support 'Black Lives Matter' is BECAUSE I believe black lives matter. 

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    • @Ama, if it was important, the main stream media and democratic politicians would talk about it, but they don't. they deflect, and champion other insignificant issues that aren't actual issues.

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  • 6 days ago

    PLAYING THE RACE CARD AGAIN, ARE WE

  • Anonymous
    6 days ago

    Its a terrorist organization 

  • 6 days ago

    If you don't support X.... then you are Y

    Dood, I like your style

  • 7 days ago

    I sympathize with the plight of Blacks but believe that too many of the BLM members are themselves racists.

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    • ?
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      4 days agoReport

      It doesn't matter who is racist. Everybody is to some degree greater than zero. The problem is we cannot have a conversation without woke culture throwing a tantrum.

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