If you are white and want to attend a BLM rally’s in Philly, don’t expect to get in the doors. According to BLM Philly, white people are banned from future gatherings and are not allowed to be official members of the organization because it is considered a “black only space.”
Isn’t that considered racist, though? Let’s just throw the obvious out there and ask, what if this situation was turned around? You could bet that EVERY news network in America would be running that story into the ground giving us a history lesson into the “evils” of the white man. What is that saying about “white privilege” again?
According to The Daily Caller:
The April 15 meeting plans to discuss projects and initiatives for the upcoming year and act as a place for people to “meet, strategize and organize.” While children are invited to attend, white people are explicitly banned from the meeting, according to the Facebook event page.
When people began questioning the ban on whites over Twitter, Black Lives Matter Philly stayed by their ban, explaining that their meetings are “black centered.”
Anyone who identifies as “African disapora” is allowed to attend, the group explained over Twitter.
“If you identify as a person of the African Diaspora You can attend our meetings and become a member. If not you can support us in other ways,” Philly BLM said in a tweet. “African Disapora” usually refers to people who were taken out of Africa during the Transatlantic Slave Trades.
Check out the group’s Twitter feed. It’s as crazy as you think it is…
When someone brought Martin Luther King Jr.’s name up, BLM fired back choosing to embrace the radical ideology of Malcolm X over the more inclusive approach of King.
Still, others took the time to call BLM out:
— overpasses4America (@o4america) April 3, 2017
— Doctor Flog (@BoxSniffa) April 3, 2017
Ideas like this are dangerous for everyone. Of course, democrats will continue to spread lies in order to keep us divided as much as possible. Anyway, I can think of a better way to spend my time than attend BLM meetings, like getting a root canal. What do you think?
H/T [The Daily Caller]