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A black man from #Cuba has a message for BLM -"You guys suck."


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by Patrick   $0.28 total tips   💰tip   follow   2021 Jul 20, 10:27am  

2   Patrick   2021 Jul 29, 5:35pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/17-year-old-cuban-girl-sentenced-to-8-months-in-prison-for-protesting-says-she-was-sexually-assaulted-by-regime-officials

17-year-old Cuban girl sentenced to 8 months in prison for protesting, says male communist police forced her to strip and examine herself in front of them
3   Patrick   2021 Jul 31, 10:27am  

https://www.oann.com/poll-66-of-americans-would-rather-see-blm-riots-investigated-over-jan-6-capital-protests/

Poll: 66% Of Americans Would Rather See BLM Riots Investigated Over Jan. 6 Capital Protests
5   Patrick   2021 Aug 11, 9:19am  

https://dailycaller.com/2021/07/26/free-cuba-protester-joe-biden-different-donald-trump-office/


Free Cuba Protester Slams Biden, Says ‘Things Would Be Very Different’ If Trump Was In Office

One protester who attended Monday’s free Cuba rally in front of the White House criticized President Joe Biden for his handling of Cuba, claiming that “things would be very different” if former President Donald Trump was in office.

“I know … politics are difficult,” the protester told Daily Caller video director Richie McGinniss. “But there’s always something you can do.”

“But there’s a choice – you can choose to act or you can choose to sit back,” she said. “And like I told another reporter, there’s a phrase, ‘what would Jesus do?’ I ask, ‘what would Trump do?’ Because I believe if that he were in power things would be very different.”


This does seem obviously true.
6   Patrick   2021 Aug 26, 10:24pm  

You know, even the phrase "Black Lives Matter" is manipulative, accusatory, and divisive.

It's manipulative because it does not leave any space for argument.

It is a deliberately bad-faith assertion, accusing people of not valuing all lives.

And it's obviously divisive by race, when the number of non-black poor people in poverty is higher than the number of black people in poverty in the US.
8   richwicks   2021 Aug 29, 10:40pm  

Patrick says
You know, even the phrase "Black Lives Matter" is manipulative, accusatory, and divisive.

It's manipulative because it does not leave any space for argument.

It is a deliberately bad-faith assertion, accusing people of not valuing all lives.

And it's obviously divisive by race, when the number of non-black poor people in poverty is higher than the number of black people in poverty in the US.


Out establishment seeks to divide us to fight one another, because the true enemy is our establishment.

Did you want a war in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia or Pakistan? You may have been tricked into supporting those wars at one point - we can all be tricked. What was the purpose of any of these wars?

Nothing the public would support.

We are lied into every war, it costs us money in terms of inflation, and it enriches murderers. Our enemies are the murderers. Those are not soldiers, they are victims as well, who insisted on these wars? Those are our enemies.
9   AmericanKulak   2021 Aug 30, 5:15am  

2008 was the flip year when Corporations moved from boosting Nation Building to Wokeness.

I suspect the plan was to distract from the Massive Bailout.
10   Patrick   2021 Sep 6, 12:30pm  

Another black man based in reality, a guy named Delano Squires:
11   Patrick   2022 Aug 2, 5:31pm  

https://freebeacon.com/democrats/pet-project-blm-activist-shaun-king-used-donor-funds-to-buy-40k-thoroughbred-show-dog/


Pet Project: BLM Activist Shaun King Used Donor Funds To Buy $40k Thoroughbred Show Dog

Grassroots Law PAC, which the progressive grifter founded to elect soft-on-crime local officials, paid roughly $40,000 since December to the California-based Potrero Performance Dogs, according to campaign finance disclosures. The payments are labeled for "contractor services," making their purpose difficult to discern. But days after a $30,650 payment in February, King welcomed a "new member of the King family": an award-winning mastiff bred by Potrero named Marz.

King, who has been hounded for years by allegations of fraud, has not been accused of any wrongdoing in relation to Grassroots Law. But the payments for a dog raises questions about whether the former Bernie Sanders surrogate is using PAC contributions the way donors intended.

"This luxury dog expense may not be illegal for a PAC, but it shows little respect for King's donors," said Scott Walter, the president of Capital Research Center, which investigates left-wing groups. An heiress of the Hormel meatpacking empire is the PAC's largest donor. Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife donated millions of dollars to Real Justice PAC, which King launched in 2018 and works closely with Grassroots Law.

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