Skip to comments.It takes an African black to understand what Black Lives Matter really is
Posted on 06/03/2020 6:41:39 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Nestride Yumga is an American citizen who originally comes from Africa. Shes also an extraordinarily brave woman. On Sunday, after one of the worst nights of rioting in modern American history, Yumga, who lives in Washington, D.C., decided to see the protests/riots for herself.
Contrary to what weve been told to expect from a black woman, though, Yumga did not go to support the protest. Instead, she wanted the Black Lives Matter crowd to know that she thinks theyre all a bunch of phonies and hypocrites. As Yumga sees it, they dont care at all about black lives because they ignore the way blacks routinely mow each other down in Chicago.
Yumga believes that, by ignoring black-on-black crime, the BLM members are the racists/ In other words, BLM and its fellow travelers are opportunists trying to force victimhood on people to score political points. Last week, though, there was only one victim, according to Yumga: No one is a victim here [at the BLM rally]. The only victim here is George Floyd.
Aside from Yumgas clarity and courage, there are a couple of perfect moments in the video that sum up whos driving this train. At 1:13, you hear a womans voice say, Just leave. As Yumga replies, You leave, the camera swings to the woman who spoke those words . . . and its a Karen!
Yes, there she is, a white woman with a mask hanging uselessly under her nose and her cute little girl in her arms. Her response to a black womans outrage at people who ignore the genuine black carnage in America? Im present, says Karen. You leave.
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“Black lives matter is a joke”, Nestride Yumga DC Resident
Karen didn’t get to speak to the manager
I once had a neighbor who was born and raised in Africa. Came to this country as an adult and owned his own business.
In a conversation one day he told me in no uncertain terms that American Blacks were ‘lazy’ and had no ‘ambitions’.....................
Ruh Roh! Let the bashing begin.
The blacks in big cities can thank the democrats that run them for there problems....In the 1950s black schools were as good or better than white schools...and they had family units and small business...
If you look at blacks in smaller towns with good schools and the right attitude they do much better..
She’s a patriot trying to reason with brainwashed people. I hope she got through to some of them; when the brainwashed spokeswhites realized they were losing the argument they got loud and had to flee.
Karen tries to outshout - FAIL
Karen tries to start insipid chant - FAIL
Karen tries to enlist help from cowards behind her - FAIL
Karen tries body language blocking - FAIL
Karen tries to misdirect point with platitudes - FAIL
Karen finally gets “saved” by obnoxious proggy girl who moves the herd of sheep.
Brava for Ms Yumga.
So why can’t they assimilate and say AMERICAN Lives Matter? When they point to themselves as being ‘black’, that’s bigotry they hold on tightly to.
Their choice, their consequence.
The epitome of racism; white people Karensplaining to black people how they should think.
ANTIFA in their own words: Lara Logan breaks down the dangerous movement!
Do YOU know anyone who supports or defends thugs whose credo is “Liberty begins when AMERICA DIES”? They’re DEMOCRATS. Get as far away from them as you can. They’re going to jail!
My kids are asking me what we got wrong. They are confused because "not seeing color" now is offensive. The thought of equality and opportunity is ignorance. Anyway, watching the whole video gave me a little joy today. Thanks for sharing.
One more thought. My daughters are in their 30's and they were schooled under the now apparently obsolete premises of Dr. King's "I Have A Dream" speech. They get emotionally upset when the sentiments and aspirations of our society they were raised and taught all their lives is thrown to the side like a burned out car.
When my daughter was in grade school she and a black kid, Michael, were always at the top of their class and were good friends. When they got to junior high Michael's grades went to hell in a handbasket and so my daughter ask him about it. He told her that to make good grades was being "too white" and being black was more important to him. I'm not sure if he even finished high school. Sad.
Their choice, their consequence.
Human lives matter. If we can accept that then at least some basic rights of all humans prevail. It have never been said any better IMO than in the Declaration of Independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness.
Peer pressure makes adolescent blacks do poorly in schools on purpose. The ones that can’t make the grade taunt and bully the ones that can and do, calling them Oreoes and such..............
And unfortunately, that is an almost exclusive American black thing, that getting an education is "acting white".
I have been to other countries, and know some of the worse neighborhoods in those countries that have a sizable black population, and you know what they say if someone that lives in their neighborhood does well in school? It's "good for him", "I hope she is successful", "He's learning a trade, great", whatever. It isn't he or she is "acting white".
Somehow the European world learned to respect the benefits of being smarter, and started to encourage it.
We need to add a plank to Common Core to encourage kids to report bullying from classmates, and from families, of being ‘too white’ with the idea of removing them from further class participation; perhaps to be directed into a ‘life skills’ collection of bullies in all grades into a single class. And send social workers to address the families with bullies holding their own kids back.
I bet shes Ibo tribe.....
A cut above
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