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After at least 129 innocent French citizens lost their lives from a terrorist attack in Paris committed by Islamic radicals, a number of “Black Lives Matter” activists not only complained that the attack had taken the spotlight away from their own cause, but also launched a sickening hashtag against the citizens of Paris.
“Racist white people kill me,” complained one aggrieved “Black Lives Matter” Twitter user. “You want everyone to have sympathy for YOUR tragedy, but you have none for ours.”
“Interesting how the news reports are covering the Paris terrorist attacks but said nothing about the terrorist attack at #Mizzou,” wrote another supporter.
Both inordinately delusional “Black Lives Matter” activists were angry that the world cared more about the terrorism-related deaths of 129 French citizens than they did about the fabricated terrorism and oppression faced by black students at the University of Missouri.
And it goes on. But while these tweets themselves were pretty sick, they paled in comparison to what soon followed.
Apparently, the alleged existence of widespread white supremacy and racism, as well as France’s past as a colonial imperialist, makes the murder of 129-plus French citizens a perfectly acceptable form of political retribution. (Although the long history of Africa’s contribution to the slave trade, must have been forgotten somewhere along the line. )
As Breitbart political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos opined, this attitude is a direct result of these brats being “instructed by professors racked with middle-class white guilt who secretly hate themselves and Western culture.”
It is also the result of their twisted ideas on so-called equality and freedom being “promoted by a sympathetic media which bends over backwards to put them in the best light and paper over their tantrums.”
Source: #BlackLivesMatter Launches Sick Campaign After Paris Attacks… This Is Evil
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