Washington DC Mayor Muriel Browser had a sign, two blocks long, painted on a street near the White House. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Go here to see the picture.
Amazon Prime has put a banner on their website declaring,
Black lives matter
Amazon stands in solidarity
with the Black community
Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Does it make you more or less likely to use Amazon?
The heinous murder of George Floyd has rightly aroused the conscience of the nation and the world. Yes black lives matter! But the slogan Black Lives Matter emblazoned near the White House or plastered at Amazon’s home page is not a statement of morality.
Most Americans are sympathetic to the slogan because they assume it means all black lives matter, that is, all human life matters.
But I found out a few years ago that “Black Lives Matter” is a political slogan driven by a neo-Marxist ideology, a narrative about black men killed by white cops, like the strangulation of George Floyd.
Yes, black men’s lives matter. But this slogan is code language for “all cops are racists,” or “racism is systemic,” not only in our police departments but throughout American society. This position regards the United States a racist nation. White people are racist because they are white. This nation is racist to the core and needs to be overthrown by violence if necessary. Those on the far left (note the three BLM founders and who funds the movement) want to undermine the United States and replace it with their desired future: a globalist, socialist form of tyranny.
Who’s killing blacks?
Do black lives matter? Yes! Black youth murdered by other black youth, their lives matter. Far more blacks are killed by blacks in gang violence than by white police officers. Yet their lives seem not to matter to BLM and to the illiberal leaders running so much of our country. In 2018, 7,407 blacks were murdered in the USA, most by other blacks. Do their lives count? YES! But these black-on-black murders are not counted by BLM as they do not fit their narrative.
The number of blacks killed by other blacks is 700 times the number of unarmed blacks killed by cops. This is tragic. And it is tragic that few people seem to care.
Back in March of 2016, I published, at this page, All Black Lives Matter. Two friends came to my office to say the article was “not helpful” because it did not support the message that white cops are killing young black men. In fact, they felt my post diluted the message. What is the message? The police force, and the USA, is racist.
But in fact, BLM is informed by the same neo-Marxist ideology that enlivens Antifa (the antifascist fascists), anarchists, and the LGBT and gender-identity movements. These are all manifestations of a toxic new religion (we expect to release a book by that title soon).
Some brave souls point out that this “racist” narrative lacks evidence. They point to the horrendous rate of black-on-black violence and murders in our major cities. Some are courageous enough to say that this black violence arises, not from systemic racism, but from fatherlessness in the black community. Curbing the violence in black communities will require restoring families. Black men need to be responsible fathers to the children they create. Black mothers need to “divorce” their government-husband and be restored to the man who fathered their children.
But even these statements are considered racist by our cultural elites. Systemic racism is the problem in the USA. Could it be that so much of the violence in the black community finds its roots in fatherlessness?
What about black babies?
After posting All Black Lives Matter I wrote a follow-up post, All Black Lives Matter, Even Tiny Ones in which I pointed out, from Blackgenocide.org, that on average, 1,000 black babies are aborted every day in the United States. When was this last mentioned on the nightly news? When did it appear as a headline in a major newspaper? Where’s the hash tag #BabyBlackLivesMatter?
Does the mayor of Washington DC care about these most vulnerable black lives? Do these black lives matter to self-righteous Amazon? No! They do not fit the narrative. But what could be a clearer example of systematic racism than Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers killing 1,000 black babies a day?
In this post I wrote:
The abortion industry in the United States commits intentional violence against poor black women and their babies. While blacks comprise 13 percent of the US population, 36 percent of all abortions in the United States are performed on black babies.
This is outrageous! Does Black Lives Matter care about these black lives? No! Unborn-baby deaths don’t fit the narrative of white cops killing black youth. Black Lives Matter would better call themselves A Few (Ten) Black Lives Matter.
You will not hear this message because a larger, death-culture narrative rules the day: the right to choose. A woman has the right to choose to kill her baby. The real racists in the USA today are the spiritual children of Margaret Sanger who advocate for the abortion of black babies to rid the world of black lives. “Abortion has taken more black American lives than EVERY other cause of death combined since 1973.” This should outrage us.
America, wake up
Where are the voices yelling from the house tops, “All black lives matter, even small ones!” Those few brave people who are willing to go on record that far more blacks are killed by black-on-black violence than by white police are often chastised and silenced by the new fascists.
- 1 unarmed black man, George Floyd, killed by a police officer, is one too many. His life matters!
- 10 unarmed black youth killed by cops, in a year, is too many. Their lives matter!
- 7,407 blacks killed in gang and street violence, every year, is outrageous. Their lives matter!
- 363,705 black babies aborted every year is genocidal. Their lives matter!
ALL BLACK LIVES MATTER! Why? Because blacks are the Imago Dei!
Black Lives Matter cares little about black lives. What they care about and are working for is POWER!
Wake up America. Do you want a nation of truth, ruled by laws, or a nation that pursues a false narrative that will use any deception and justify any violence for the creation of a chaotic, neo-pagan order?
- Darrow Miller
Leonard J Will JrJune 12, 2020 - 5:54 pm
I hope his message reaches those who are still trying to understand today’s issues. People who want facts. People who want the truth. Always check your premise.
Peter MillwardJune 12, 2020 - 8:28 pm
It takes courage these days to go against the flow. Alot of people are just caving in. Thankfully there are voices out there who questioning this new religion.
Last weekend in London, it looked like the nazi’s succeeded in developing a time machine back in the thirties and arrived in 2020, disguised to attack their greatest enemy. Winston Churchill! Thats my funny take on this……But seriously…..there are parallels going on with what happened in the 30s,,,and we should all be concerned….These riots are spawning trouble which end up in civil war…
Peter MillwardJune 12, 2020 - 8:32 pm
I need to edit ” which end up in civil war…” I should have typed “could end up in civil war”
Peter MillwardJune 13, 2020 - 4:27 pm
Thinking some more I notice a disturbing parallel with what is happening with the riots – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herschel_Grynszpan – The assassination of the German diplomat Ernst vom Rath on 7 November 1938 in Paris was used by the Nazis as a pretext to launch Kristallnacht, the antisemitic pogrom of 9–10 November 1938.
Beth WoodJune 14, 2020 - 6:35 am
I always appreciate Darrow’s reflections. The official movement “Black Lives Matter” is not my concern here — I just want to bring along the fact that where I live in Canada in the city with the highest percentage of original Black Loyalist citizens, racism is a very serious problem and what is happening here lately as a spin-off is that serious Jesus followers are talking about what it is like to “live while black” here in this place. Others are appropriately repenting. We are hoping for movement away from being the most racist place in Canada. And God is in the centre of it. It is important to me that people not think that because there are many complications in the midst, that racism is not a serious issue and that this is a moment God has opened up for us to move toward God’s intentions.