Bob Owens

The saddest truth in politics is that people get the leaders they deserve

Black lives don’t matter

Written By: Bob - Dec• 11•14

[I had originally posted this as a comment to an news article about an absurd “Hand Up, Don’t Shoot” protest at my alma mater, East Carolina University, covered by WITN. The good little progressive censors at WITN didn’t appreciate my polite if forceful views, and deleted it. It’s replicated here for my edification.]

Black lives don’t matter.

If they did, people would be rioting to burn down Planned Parenthood locations, which have been intentionally located in minority neighborhoods since the group’s racist founder Margaret Sanger decided that it was the easiest way to exterminate them. In 1922 she said:

“We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.”

They’ve been wildly successful. New York City aborted more black babies than were born alive in 2013.

Black lives don’t matter.

Black women having abortions are the most prolific serial killers of blacks, murdering 10,000-1 more than cops.

Black lives don’t matter.

Black-on-black violence accounts for thousands of murders every year and hundreds of thousands of assaults… but you pretend that a handful of incidents involving police is where the problem lies?

Black lives don’t matter.

In hip-hop culture, women are degraded as nothing more than sexual conquests, criminality is celebrated, and education, family and hard, honest work is not just ignored, but spat upon.

Black lives don’t matter.

If black lives did matter, they’d rebel against the toxins in their own culture that account for the vast majority of violence, poverty, and death, instead of celebrating “thug life.”

Black lives don’t matter. At least, they don’t matter unless they’re killed by a white cop as they commit crimes, and then everyone loses their fool minds.

Black lives matter?

Your actions day in and day out when there isn’t someone else to scapegoat say otherwise.
But it is easier to put on a song and dance and say, “hands up, don’t shoot” and go back to listening to Jay Z and Tupac and refusing to actually do anything to change a toxic culture that taught Trayvon that it is okay to try to beat a “creepy a** cracker” to death because he thought he was being followed, or for Michael Brown to attempt to murder a cop, or for Eric Garner to collect government benefits and sell illegal cigarettes because he was–in his wife’s words–too lazy to get a job.

Black lives matter?

Show us, don’t tell us.

Maybe when you start acting like you believe it yourselves, the rest of the world will take you seriously.

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5 Comments

  1. Gus Bailey says:

    Well written as always.

  2. cool arrow says:

    The problem is that, because of leftist agitators like Sharpton, Jackson, and of course Obama, common sense as presented above is misidentified as “racism.”

  3. David Sayers says:

    Well written and offers a great insight and perspective on this topic!

  4. Ran says:

    Profound and insightful, thanks.