Black lives matter; but which version?


Written by John (the other John).

We constantly hear the words black lives matter on television, athletics, academia, government, etc… but what exactly do those words mean? The words black lives matter can be interpreted in multiple ways, whether by its literal meaning (that all black lives matter), or it may have conditions and pre-conditions (meaning that not all black lives matter). So below I give a breakdown of various forms of black lives matter, along with a basic explanation of each one:

1. black lives matter (small letters)--
    a. the life of all black people matter, without conditions
    b. unfortunately, the establishment is not concerned about the lives of all black people, as evidenced by
        i. the systemic neglect showed to them in inner cities, and that
        ii. the establishment ignores the majority of crimes committed against blacks by fellow blacks

    c. thus this notion is rejected by the Leftist establishment

2. black pre-born lives matter--
    a. the life of pre-born black babies matter, thus being in opposition to abortion
    b. this notion is rejected by the Leftist establishment as human life to them is substantially less important than is uncontrolled libido by as many partners as time allows

3. black victims by non-whites lives matter--
    a. the life of black people who were victims of black/brown-on-black crime matter
    b. this notion is rejected as there is no extortion-like profit that can be made from this

4. black blue lives matter—
    a. the lives of black police officer matter
    b. the Left rejects this because black police officers interfere with the Leftist goal of causing insurrection

5. black Conservatives lives matter
    a. the life of black people who have Conservative ideology lives matter
    b. the Left rejects this, labeling such people as “Uncle Tom’s” and a “white man’s [expletive that cannot be written]”

6. black law breakers and resisters of arrest lives matter—
    a. as the words say, only those lives matter, whilst honest law abiding blacks’ lives do not matter
    b. there are huge profits to be made by this hustle
    c. this is mandated by the Left under threat of violence

7. “Black Lives Matter” (the organization)—
    a. The Marxist organization that is:
        i. Anti-cop
        ii. Anti-nuclear family; pro-single motherhood
            1. Thereby increasing the likelihood of a life of poverty, crime, illiteracy, government dependency (i.e., Democrat voters)

        iii. Anti-Israel
        iv. Anti-responsibility
        v. Big government redistributing the earnings of workers (i.e., “you work, I eat”)
        vi. Wants to destroy America and other Western nations
        vii. The lives of all other people do NOT matter
        viii. BLM is an acronym for “Black Lives Matter” in words, but in action it is an acronym for “Burn, Murder, Loot”

    b. Pawns/mercenaries of the Left to destabilize the US so the Left can effectuate a hostile takeover of all levels of government and industry
    c. this is mandated by the Left under threat of violence

Below I diagram the Conservative response and the Leftist response to this:

Conservative Response Leftist response
all black lives matter yes no; reject this as racist
black pre-born lives matter yes no; reject this as racist
black victims by non-whites lives matter yes no; reject this as racist
black blue lives matter yes no; reject this as racist
black Conservative lives matter yes no; reject this as racist
black law breakers/resistors of arrest lives matter yes, but it depends on the facts if police action is lawful yes; mandated under threat of violence
“Black Lives Matter” no yes; mandated under threat of violence
all lives matter yes no; this can get you killed

So there lies the question that I raise, which version of black lives matter is the latest political zeitgeist. Conservatives say all black lives matter, whilst that position is rejected by the Left; and Leftists say “Black Lives Matter” (the organization), which is rejected by Conservatives.

That being said, a person has an obligation to comply with the laws of the nation, and if they violate the laws then the person can be arrested, imprisoned, (and in some instances, be deported); and if the person resists arrest, then the police must use necessary force to effectuate the arrest.
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