CHICAGO, November 27, 2015 – They say one picture is worth a thousand words. But the same is true for one short video.
The following brief clip was taken as an “ad hoc” assemblage of “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) thugs gathered in downtown Chicago and decided they’d had enough with cops, Christmas, Christmas trees and religious views in general. Their solution: vandalize Chicago’s newly holiday-trimmed Millennium Christmas Tree by ripping off its bright colorful lights and hurling profanities at astonished bystanders.
Infiltrated and/or supported by radical Communists and aging Black Panthers looking for an instant replay of 1970s-style intimidation, disruption and violence, the “community organizers” known as BLM exist not to support the black community but instead to disrupt the lives and pursuits of average Americans who’ve never done anyone any harm.
BLM’s incendiary posters and rhetoric, frequently ignored by the press and by the Obama administration, also advocate the murder of policemen nationwide. This clearly well-funded group of extremists exists solely to agitate and divide, the better to re-create Marxist class struggle along racial lines by encouraging the kind of racial and economic envy and hatred that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. always resisted in his drive for racial peace and equality.
Elsewhere, BLM’s endless supply of demonstrators invaded New York City’s midtown Apple store as well as Macy’s flagship Herald Square store in a kind of holiday prequel to the Macy’s parade. Good videos are difficult to get of this one, but the adjacent video still illustrates another interesting thing about BLM: the bulk of the Macy’s holiday-spirited thugs seem to be of the Caucasian persuasion.
As you contemplate the video clip and the adjacent photo, ask yourselves: when these violent clowns arrive in your town, are you going to stand by or stand up to them? What earthly good is this kind of violence when it comes to the cause of racial harmony in this country?Click here for reuse options!
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