How Satan is using leftist mainstream media, Black Lives Matter group, to blame “Whites”
Black Lives Matter (BLM), created in 2013 in response to the repetitive police brutality. Blacks are often the target of “militarized police.” They want to defund the police, demand reparation, and economic justice.
Their success in part is because of mainstream media and politicians who propagate systemic racism. Christian liberals also joined the bandwagon of pushing victimhood. Even Christianity Today magazine agrees with the faulty racial narrative.
1. “Systemic racism” blamed on police brutality—a myth, says Candice Owens
America is the best place for equality, diversity, and inclusion. Everyone has access to free food, education, and hospital benefits. Yet there’s so much Black poverty.
Police Brutality a myth?
- Blacks & Latinos are three times most likely to be killed than Whites by police. [ABC News]
- Blacks are more likely to kill cops than being killed by cops. [FBI]
- An average of 150 police officers dies on duty each year. [Wiki]
- Police shooting occurs more with Blacks. About 62% of robberies, 57% murder, and 45% assault are committed by Blacks in the US, despite their 15% population. [PragerU]
- In 2019, 14 unarmed blacks fatally shot, while 25 unarmed whites killed by police. The 14 blacks killed represents a low 0.2% out of the 7,300 black homicide in 2019, a few months before Floyd’s death. [USA Today]
2. Black privilege is undermind, victimhood pushed
In America, Black history is celebrated in schools. There are black Hollywood superstars, professors, doctors, policemen, lawmakers, and sports icons.
Yet they cry victims of systemic racism while politicians pretend to have compassion by helping them lower their standards.
"If you want to see the poor remain poor, generation after generation, just keep the standards low in their schools and make excuses for their academic shortcomings and personal misbehavior. But please don't congratulate yourself on your compassion."— Thomas Sowell (@ThomasSowell) December 21, 2017
3. Mainstream media perpetuates the lie that Blacks can never be good enough
Candace Owens, a Black American activist, wants to change her community’s mindset. She said in her Facebook post, “We allow our Black youth to be programmed by Satanic media that tells them they will never be anything…, MIGHT AS WELL lead lives of anger, crime….“
Well, a lot of what we know about social issues and politics comes from mainstream news.
Owens also ranted, “Because pea-brained celebrities that are idolized like [LeBron] tell young black men that they are ‘literally being hunted…’ a dishonest rhetoric.”
4. Black beligerance is destroying its own
Violence among Blacks-on-Blacks is phenomenally high. In South Chicago, where a huge population of Blacks sits, black shoots black daily. In 2020, at least 2,000 people were shot.
The riots and looting left a lingering stench that you can’t mess with BLM. That is a grim future for anyone faced with even more prejudice.
- On average, more than 5,000 Blacks are killed by other Blacks yearly. [Daily Wire]
- At least 90% of “Black homicide” are killed by “other Blacks.” [FBI]
- In Chicago, 80% of known murder suspects in 2015 were Black. [NY Post]
- 36% of violent crimes are committed by Blacks nationwide, despite only 13.4% of the total population. [US Census]
- Over 72% of Blacks were born out of wedlock, resulting in more impoverished families, making it more difficult for them to finish college and find good jobs. [NBC News]
- Black men have higher rates of recidivism, blamed on the “system.” [Justice Quarterly]
What Blacks can learn from Asians, Jewish minorities
The Jews best exemplify “positive group thinking.” Antisemitism did not break them. People spat on their faces, Hitler killed 6 million of them. The Jewish continue to face hatred.
Instead of blaming whites, Muslims, or Arabs, the Jews worked hard to flourish. Today, Israel thrives in a desert.
We are responsible for our actions as we are accountable to God as individuals. To move forward, we must let go of the past, and it’s only possible if we have the “mindset of Christ.”
We are responsible for our actions as we are accountable to God as individuals.