Sunday, July 10, 2016

Black Lives Matter Celebrates Dallas Massacre by Rioting All Over the Country



By Grand Rapids Anonymous

I went to the YMCA to run a few miles on the treadmill, and was amazed to see on the TVs that are provided, the rampant lawbreaking that occurred last night in Minnesota: 23 policeman wounded, 100 negro arrests.

Also, eight other cities had some kind of violent altercations in the name of BLM, including Chicago, Phoenix, and Baton Rouge.

Grand Rapids is scheduled for a BLM protest July 16th in the middle of its downtown district. Facebook signups are in the 3,000 range for potential attendance. Whether you can get 3000 blacks off their front porches to attend is questionable. This is potentially dangerous, as Grand Rapids blacks, I believe, will want to make a statement that they are as important as their bigger city brothas... and to do that, must have a publicity stunt of violence and chaos. Stay tuned.

My question is this: Based on the history of BLM protests [riots], why would any city give a permit to them for assembly in the future? That's generally, but I'm also speaking specifically here in Grand Rapids. Doesn't the safety of the citizens outrank the right of a group that will, 99% of the time, cause damage, injuries, and possible death?

Just common sense to me. Would you let a person with a history of child molestation be alone in a house with a child? Would you give an arsonist a gallon of gas and say, "Go have some fun?"

Answers are "no," "no," and should be "no" for Black Lives Matter.


Anonymous said...

A protest intended to remain in downtown Memphis Sunday evening escalated quickly, with the Hernando de Soto Bridge forcing to be shut down for hours.

>>> PHOTOS: 'Black Lives Matter' protesters take over I-40 bridge

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'Black Lives Matter' march in Memphis forces 'M' bridge to close

PHOTOS: 'Black Lives Matter' protesters take over I-40 bridge
The Memphis Police Department along with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol have been throughout Memphis attempting to keep the protests peaceful since 6 p.m.

>>> RELATED: 'Black Lives Matter' march in Memphis forces 'M' bridge to close

After thousands of protesters marched throughout the streets of downtown, they made their way on to the Hernando de Soto Bridge, with the bridge having to be shut down immediately.

Photos obtained by FOX13 show some protesters climbing on top of trucks, who were stopped on the I-40 bridge.

Anonymous said...

The report from Chicago is 115 shot in a 7 day period this week.The saga continues in Chicago as violence across the US ticks upward following the Dallas police attack.

Having 115 people shot last week is incredible in lieu of what we reported earlier this year when 120 people were shot inside a 10 day span.
Fears are increasing that a powderkeg is about to blow in the Windy City.
--From ZH.