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Do You Support Black Lives Matter?

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youngmafbog | 08:41 Sat 20th Jun 2020 | News
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If you do or give money do you understand what the group is all about?

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8441405/The-avowed-aims-British-arm-Black-Lives-Matter.html

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No, I do not support this pernicious and anarchic organisation who seek to destroy what we've built over the centuries. I cannot believe those who scramble to get on board with this movement.. like lambs to the slaughter they remind me of those clueless saps in the film Indepence Day, cheering and holding aloft "welcome" banners just moments before being...
08:53 Sat 20th Jun 2020
I support ALL LIVES MATTER
No.
No, I do not support this pernicious and anarchic organisation who seek to destroy what we've built over the centuries.

I cannot believe those who scramble to get on board with this movement.. like lambs to the slaughter they remind me of those clueless saps in the film Indepence Day, cheering and holding aloft "welcome" banners just moments before being annihilated...

We need to fight this grubby enemy with everything we've got.
Definitely not.
Not this group, no.
As others have said all lives matter and many BAME have the opportunity but would rather look elsewhere to raise their money ie our BAME population is 3 times more the average in prison.
nope, I don't see what relevance skin colour has to anything. If you work hard and try hard you'll be rewarded with a liveable life. If you spend your life believing the world owes you something then you'll be poor and bitter. None of that is related to skin colour. BLM have become what they purport to be fighting, a racist organisation.
Just who is funding these people?
JD, TROB.
NO!
Jack, from the link:-
//In just over a fortnight, some 33,000 people have used the crowdfunding website GoFundMe to donate to an organisation calling itself ‘Black Lives Matter UK’. The group has raised almost a million pounds in the process//
This group isn't about black lives mattering.
And what will they do with their million pounds ?
Buy tractors to help remove our history, shame on those who’ve donated!!
No, but I have supported education campaigns in the past that aimed to improve the life chances of young black people. I have also helped with books and home style support teaching for three lads from this group when my husband at the time was managing a care home. They were just struggling but bright it was a joy.
Could somebody do us all a favour and give us a better news source than the Daily Fabricator!
Supporting BLMUK is not the same as agreeing with, and supporting, the concept that black lives matter as much as white lives, yellow lives, brown lives and so on.
//I have supported education campaigns //

Many do that - but that is a million miles away from this organisation.
Piggynose, and anyone else who seeks to deny the message because of who the messenger is, read it for yourself on UK-BLM's gofundme page -

https://uk.gofundme.com/f/ukblm-fund


I guess since I'm not part of the solution I'm part of the problem.
So be it.

Just another begging bowl in a world of charities.

Be careful what you pay for.
Douglas, this organisation isn’t a registered charity. Its organisers say:

// A charity structure would not allow us the freedom and flexibility to do our political work in the ways we wish to do them. //

In other words as a charity it would be scrutinsed and regulated - and that would never do.

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