Racist banner flies over Man City-Burnley after Black Lives Matter nod

Lol you don't have a point. We can celebrate all life and all people. Not just your preferred victim group.
Point being we do supposedly celebrate all lives just that some lives are worth a lot more than others. This BLM movement has gone over the top and no longer represent anything legitimate, if it ever did. But the point is that the premise had a legit basis and belittling it with white lives matter helps nothing than make you wonder what the opposite is trying to do.
 
Point being we do supposedly celebrate all lives just that some lives are worth a lot more than others. This BLM movement has gone over the top and no longer represent anything legitimate, if it ever did. But the point is that the premise had a legit basis and belittling it with white lives matter helps nothing than make you wonder what the opposite is trying to do.

Saying all lives matter or white lives matter doesn't belittle black lives matter, just like having a men's day doesn't belittle women and visa versa.

If you are seeing some kind of conspiracy theory in there that we can't value all lives equally then maybe you are the racist.
 
Is it racist to say that the lives of black rhinos are less important as black lives?

Is it racist to say the the lives of white rhinos are more important than white lives?
 
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Why do they do it?

Apparently the story goes :
A day -or couple of days- before, a POC (some muslim guy) murdered 3 white people.
So the dude who put up the banner wondered why it wasn't getting as much traction or protests in the UK,
the way an American guy murdered in America was getting...in the UK.
 
Don't forget, Blue Lives Matter is also racist.


Edit: I see this says Blue Lives Murder - I swear this said matter on the link I clicked :X3:
I laughed out loud at the description of the t-shirt. That is bound to offend everyone, from police to protestors.
 
Apparently the story goes :
A day -or couple of days- before, a POC (some muslim guy) murdered 3 white people.
So the dude who put up the banner wondered why it wasn't getting as much traction or protests in the UK,
the way an American guy murdered in America was getting...in the UK.
When a few people get killed in a terrorist incident in Europe or the US it gets plastered wall to wall across all media and the response by authorities is just as (dis)proportionate. However, 2000 or more get killed in some s-hole in Africa and no one bats an eye beyond a cursory mention on page 13 in a corner somewhere. When this is brought up by some, the response is that those who care about it should go make a deal of it. So how is the above muslim case different than the supposed minimisation on the value of a life in Africa just because it happens more often. Don't terror incidents also happen as often (relatively) which is why no one is giving it as much attention as the flavour of the day?
 
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Apparently the story goes :
A day -or couple of days- before, a POC (some muslim guy) murdered 3 white people.
So the dude who put up the banner wondered why it wasn't getting as much traction or protests in the UK,
the way an American guy murdered in America was getting...in the UK.
Thanks for the context and once gain highlighting the nauseating hypocrisy.
 
When a few people get killed in a terrorist incident in Europe or the US it gets plastered wall to wall across all media and the response by authorities is just as (dis)proportionate. However, 2000 or more get killed in some s-hole in Africa and no one bats an eye beyond a cursory mention on page 13 in a corner somewhere. When this is brought up by some, the response is that those who care about it should go make a deal of it. So how is the above muslim case different than the supposed minimisation on the value of a life in Africa just because it happens more often. Don't terror incidents also happen as often (relatively) which is why no one is giving it as much attention as the flavour of the day?
Home Bias. People should care more about their own community, and country.

We get it because we read more international news. Because our journalist are **** and don't publish anything worth reading and maybe for a second or two seeing how other people also have problems makes us feel better about our problems.
 
Apparently the story goes :
A day -or couple of days- before, a POC (some muslim guy) murdered 3 white people.
So the dude who put up the banner wondered why it wasn't getting as much traction or protests in the UK,
the way an American guy murdered in America was getting...in the UK.
I bet the anti-police blm protesters are grateful that the police arrested this guy
 
Saying all lives matter or white lives matter doesn't belittle black lives matter, just like having a men's day doesn't belittle women and visa versa.

If you are seeing some kind of conspiracy theory in there that we can't value all lives equally then maybe you are the racist.
The point of the slogan was to say that black lives matter too, not that black lives are more important than other lives. It's not even that subtle. All lives matter was an attempt to confuse the issue by attacking a point that the original blm was not trying to make.
 
The point of the slogan was to say that black lives matter too, not that black lives are more important than other lives. It's not even that subtle. All lives matter was an attempt to confuse the issue by attacking a point that the original blm was not trying to make.
Any point the original BLM tried to make was already wrong and compromised because the movement is mixed up in critical theory and communism.

The idea that black lives matter is correct, because all lives matter.
 
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