What's In A Name - Fire All White Police
Major Companies Pander to BLM
Before all this hoopla, demonstrations, and riots by groups such as Antifa and the radical organization Black Lives Matter many black people were doing very good. There were more black-owned businesses than ever before and more black millionaires than ever before who earned it and worked hard for their money.
Then under Obama, we had riots in Ferguson, Mo. And the Freddie Grey case with everything in a turmoil. Black Lives Matter took to the streets shouting epithets like “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!” and “Pigs in a blanket, Fry ‘em like bacon”
Now after the George Floyd incident people led by BLM took to the streets all across the country burning down buildings destroying businesses people worked all their lives for, looted and robbed and even killed people.
Here Are All The Companies Giving BIG BUCKS To BLM
Black Lives Matter is hardly a “grassroots” movement, with big money donors stoking the fires and promoting racial divisiveness.
Lifezette reported that the Ford Foundation will be giving millions of dollars to prop up the Black Lives Matter movement according to Fortune Magazine.
The Ford Foundation said the following in an official statement:
Are the Washington Redskins next? Team to evaluate name following Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben's, Eskimo Pie, others
UPDATED:The Washington Redskins announced July 3 that the franchise will undergo an evaluation of its team name. The announcement came after FedEx, sponsor of Washington’s stadium in Landover, Maryland, formally asked the team to change its name July 2.
After decades of criticism for how their products have perpetuated racial stereotypes, four iconic brands announced change was coming within hours of one another.
Edmonton of the CFL decides to drop Eskimos, change its name
The Canadian Football League team announced the decision on Tuesday, following a decision to do the same by Washington’s NFL team.
Teams across sports have been under increasing pressure to drop racist or stereotypical names. Critics say the Edmonton team’s name is a derogatory, colonial-era term for Inuit.
The team said in a release it will begin “a comprehensive engagement process” on a new name. In the meantime, the club will use the names EE Football Team and Edmonton Football Team.
Seattle City Council Member Suggests Firing White Officers In Massive Reduction Of Police Department
The Seattle City Council is facing something of a dilemma in its popular pledge to cut the police budget by 50 percent. To do so would require firing a significant number of police officers, which is also popular. The problem is that the firing would be done by seniority and many of the less senior officers are black. The solution according to City Council member Lisa Herbold is simple: fire officers based on their race. While that would be the definition of racial discrimination, Herbold clearly believes that it is discrimination for a good cause. The federal courts are likely to disagree. Most notably, Herbold’s call for racial discrimination against white officers would seek to undue the work of Justice Thurgood Marshall who insisted that racial discrimination unlawful and evil regardless of the race you want to disenfranchise or discriminate against.
Freeland knew her grandfather was editor of Nazi newspaper
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland knew for more than two decades that her maternal Ukrainian grandfather was the chief editor of a Nazi newspaper in occupied Poland that vilified Jews during the Second World War.
Ms. Freeland's family history has become a target for Russian forces seeking to discredit one of Canada's highly placed defenders of Ukraine.
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