Black Lives Matter co-founder advocates black supremacy and genocide of whites


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Apparently the co-founder of the Toronto chapter of Black Lives Matter has repeatedly advocated black supremacy and the genocide of whites.

One example at the link:

“[I]nfact, white skin is sub-humxn. [sic]” The post goes on to present a genetics-based argument centered on melanin and enzyme. “white ppl are recessive genetic defects. this is factual,” the post reads towards the end. “white ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves. black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.”

Read the whole thing, including the comments that support this person’s position. The worse thing is that, despite the fact that this is not unusual rhetoric from the various black activists groups and that it doesn’t take much research to learn this, too many people refuse to recognize it. These people are not only violent and filled with hate, they are gathering together and gaining power. Nor does it take much thought to guess what they’d like to do with that power.

The problem is that you have to think about it.

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8 comments

  • Alex

    White American should support political measures in order to avoid genocide of whites in USA. The most important taks of this century. Same is true in Europe.

  • wayne

    We can’t forget the other phony radical ethnic front-group, The National Council of La Raza (The Race) and their “Reconquista” movement.

  • Cotour

    So much for the musings of the likes of the “Libertarians” like Andrew W that Black Lives Matters is not violent.

    I still say its growing up upside down on the other side of the earth that creates the problem.

  • ken anthony

    As an old white guy I’m hopeful because many black folks get it. I can trust my life in their hands.

  • Edward

    Curios how the person claiming superiority is unable to spell or to use proper capitalization. Perhaps being correct is beneath her superhumanity.

  • pzatchok

    I didn’t know Toronto had so many racial problems.

    Canadians are so nice.

    I am starting to think that racial problems are mostly imagined and made up.

    But I guess when your whole existence is wrapped up in your race you tend to think every offense is racial and depending on your own attitude is how intense the offense is perceived.

    Sort of like race rage instead of road rage.

  • Steve Earle

    wayne
    February 12, 2017 at 8:19 am
    We can’t forget the other phony radical ethnic front-group, The National Council of La Raza (The Race) and their “Reconquista” movement.
    ********************************************

    Correct, they have been flying under the radar lately, along with CAIR. These are all racial-arsonist organizations which thrive on outrage and hate while at the same time claiming to be the victims of hate…

    I had a friend and former co-worker who is black who moved to Calif. a few years ago. We stayed in touch but during Obama’s second election he started to spout all of the “victimization” talking points and was so obnoxious about it that I finally had to block him. Prior to his move to the Left coast, he never had shown even a hint that he felt victimized in any way.

  • wayne

    Steve–
    Yes– can’t forget CAIR. -They have infiltrated the State Department and remain to this day. Some are political appointee’s and the rest are Civil servants and can’t be fired. (Obama had 8 years to install these people.)
    -Look up the “Holy land Foundation Trial;” CAIR was tagged as unindicted co-conspirators.
    It’s a Hamas front-group.
    And let us not forget Huma Abedin Weiner– she’s completely Muslim Brotherhood up to her eyeballs.

    Mark Levin:
    What are the origins of CAIR organization?
    https://youtu.be/-4uHQJPSDFU
    (15:12)

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