The long overdue backlash against the militant Black Lives Matter movement has arrived. It’s sad that it took the cold-blooded murders of five police officers but America is starting to wake up to the racist threat to civil society. The last few days have showed exactly how this angry rabble operates, instead of calling for a cooling off period after the unspeakable happened in Dallas, they took to the streets and engaged in more thuggish and violent behavior such as what happened in St. Paul, Minnesota. Over two dozen law enforcement officers were injured by debris and “fireworks” as hundreds of hooligans shut down a portion of a major interstate. One of the injured cops suffered a fractured vertebrae after a concrete block was dropped on his head.

Those with a respect for the truth should give a shout out to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for pointing out that which is obvious – that the very name of Black Lives Matter is racist in nature.

The Hill reports “Giuliani: ‘Black lives matter’ phrase ‘inherently racist'”:

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Sunday said when people use the phrase “black lives matter,” it’s “inherently racist.”

“Black lives matter, white lives matter, Asian lives matter, Hispanic lives matter,” he said.

“That’s anti-American and it’s racist. Of course black lives matter, and they matter greatly,” he said.

“But when you focus in on 1 percent of less than 1 percent of the murder that’s going on in America and you make it a national thing, and all of you in the media make it much bigger than the black kid who’s getting killed in Chicago every 14 hours, you treat it disproportionately.”

“If you want to protect black lives, then you got to protect black lives not just against police, which happens rarely, although with tremendous attention,” he said.

“If you want to deal with this on the black side you’ve got to teach your children to be respectful to the police,” he continued.

“And you’ve got to teach your children that the real danger to them is not the police, the real danger to them, 99 out of 100 times … are other black kids who are going to kill them, that’s the way they’re going to die.”

Giuliani’s comments are sure to spark a torrent of hatred from those who stand to gain by trafficking in the dark arts of inciting racial violence and those who politically profit off of such a toxic atmosphere – hey Democrats, this means you. The name IS racist and exclusionary to other minorities who also experience such social problems as being fed into the massive for-profit prison gulag system. Logic would dictate that   BLM would see allies and the potential for greater crossover appeal as well as credibility were they not solely a black supremacist movement. Then again, they would also achieve more credibility if the chose to use legitimate means to address grievances instead of taking to the streets in ever greater numbers and resorting to increasing levels of violence. The Minnesota thugs who shut down the I-94 stopped short of pulling white motorists from their vehicles and beating them but that is surely coming as the movement – like a wounded animal backed into a corner – doubles down.

A big standing ovation for America’s mayor for his comments that are absolutely guaranteed to enrage the political correctness Nazis and their fascist forced diversity garbage.

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