BlackLivesMatter Blasts Library...For Not Segregating Safe Spaces?!
Can you guess what sparked the most recent BlackLivesMatter outrage? No, it wasn't a Bernie Sanders rally. Not over police trying to keep them safe either (see NYPD Shows up to Help Peacefully. BlackLivesMatter Hurls Insults). No, this time BLM is furious over segregation... Not being permitted at a Nashville Library.
Library officials have told Nashville's chapter of the Black Lives Matter movement that meetings restricting those who attend by race aren't allowed on public property. The decision has outraged Black Lives Matter members... "The library didn't cancel anyone's meeting," said library spokeswoman Emily Waltenbaugh. "We're taxpayer funded. We have to be open to anyone any time." But the group has a rule, said Joshua Crutchfield, an organizer of the Nashville chapter: Only blacks or other minorities are allowed to attend. That means whites are excluded.
What was it MLK Jr said? "I have a dream... That blacks will one day be able to segregate themselves?"
"I have a dream that one day right there in Alabama, little black boys and little black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
Sounds good to me, Martin. Not so much to BlackLivesMatter though. In response to the library's anti-racist rules, rather than open up the meeting to everyone regardless of race, they switched locations.
The intention is clear: exclude whites and keep minorities separate. BLM is the thing that it claims to hate: racism. It's a giant racist monster seeking to perpetuate discrimination and hate. That's why people who actually care about ending racism don't associate with it (watch Civil Rights Protestor Destroys BlackLivesMatter).
How could a group that's so wrong about everything be so prominent? It's grown fat from the media, celebrities, and even politicians who have paraded it around to gain feelings of moral superiority. #BlackLivesMatter is catchy. The idea that Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for isn't exactly hashtag material. #LetsAllBeNormalHumanBeingsRegardlessOfRace just isn't something you can chant while destroying public property in the name of equality.