Black Lives Matter is a media-created, corporate-backed political movement that engages in terrorism on the streets of America. The movement organizes around fighting a conspiracy theory that there is an unspoken, unwritten system in place in America that has, as its purpose, the mass killing and systematic oppression of people based solely on the appearance of their skin. Identifying who exactly is involved in this vast conspiracy will vary depending on who you ask, but it’s generally thought by BLM believers that the conspiracy involves tens, if not hundreds of millions of Americans.
A group of Southern Methodist University athletes held a rally and march on campus Friday in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The group marched around noon from Dallas Hall to Lloyd Athletic Center and back.
It’s often noted that young people, college students in particular, are idealistic in their worldview. However, when you look at the people who are participating in these types of things, these are not people who hold strong convictions about anything that hasn’t been given to them by the corporate press.
The real purpose of these events are for people to signal to each other that they hold the views that are acceptable to the media and international corporations.
It was good to see some of the women seen in the photos getting out and get some exercise. So it was a successful event for promoting good health and such.
School officials said the march was led by junior BriShonne Tollie, from women’s basketball, sophomore Ra-Sun Kazadi, from football, and senior Ashton Woods, from track and field.
She said the identity of those students isn’t solely that of athletes.
“They are still Black on and off the field,” [Tyne] Dickson said after the march.
I’m not sure what that means. That’s a pretty weird thing to say. It would seem he’s implying that people don’t realize that black Americans can do other things besides play sports. The only other meaning I can think of is he is saying there are blacks that can change their skin color on demand, but that these magical blacks were not a part of the march.
This would all be very funny if these groups hadn’t already killed so many people, and don’t appear to be stopping anytime soon.