White lives matter

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  1. "White lives matter" is a very, very racist thing to say.
  2. "Black lives matter" is not at all racist.
  3. "All lives matter" is racist and offensive, too.

Racists say: Black privilege allows Blacks what whites could never do or say.

O’Malley Apologizes For Saying ‘All Lives Matter’ [1]

O’Malley has now apologized for including “white lives matter, all lives matter” in his statement.

The Black Lives Matter movement on the extreme progressive left does not tolerate inclusion of all lives, or any other lives when it comes to mattering.

Appearing on the Internet based “This Week In Blackness,” or TWiB Nation, host L. Joy Williams excoriated O’Malley for his insensitivity for including “white lives” and “all lives” in his statement. The former governor did not repeat the phrases, he referred to them as “those other two phrases.” ...

“I want to ask something specifically,” Williams said, “Towards the end, in your explanation, you said the phrase ‘all lives matter,’ you said the phrase ‘white lives matter.’ But I want to ask you, do you understand the difference in responding in that conversation, in that context, with ‘all lives matter’ or ‘white lives matter’ when we’re specifically talking about black death, that is not all inclusive.”

O’Malley responded, “I certainly do and, in fact, I believe what I first said was that ‘black lives matter’ before those other two phrases. And when I said those other two phrases I meant no disrespect to the point, which I understand, that black lives matter is making.” ...

Why White Lives Don't Matter to Obama [2]

There’s no word from the White House yet over whether the President will speak at the funeralof the American woman murdered on the San Francisco waterfront Wednesday by a five-time deported illegal alien from Mexico. [3]

Barack Obama — AKA Dr. Concern — made his initial Michael Brown statement two days after Brown was killed trying to take a police officer's gun. The president mentioned him in a State of the Union address. Brown came up in a Chicago speech on immigration reform. The College Opportunity Summit was another opening to mention Brown and express concern. And Obama took time to made another national statement after the grand jury no—billed the officer involved in Brown's death.

Eric Garner died resisting arrest in New York City and he made a State of the Union address and the College Summit, too. Obama also included Garner in a speech to the Tribal Nations Conference possibly because Garner died selling illegal cigarettes and the tribes also do a booming business in no—tax tobacco. When another grand jury no—billed police in the Garner case, Obama made another national announcement.

Finally, when Freddie Gray died while being transported in a police van, Obama interrupted a news conference with a surprised Japanese prime minister to give his incomparable opinion on that local law enforcement controversy.

There was also a visible and high—level administration presence at some funerals. Strong—arm robber Michael Brown rated Cabinet Secretary Broderick Johnson, along with Marlon Marshall and Heather Foster at his funeral. Johnson and Foster were later joined at the Freddie Gray funeral —a frequent violator with over 20 criminal cases filed against him — by Elian Alcantara. Kathryn Steinle — an innocent woman out for a stroll with her father — didn't get so much as a Mylar balloon or a gently—used teddy bear from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

And as for follow—up by swarms of Department of Justice officials and FBI agents, as happened in Ferguson and Baltimore, don't hold your breath.

Obama may have told the Brown family "Michelle and I send our deepest condolences to his family and his community at this very difficult time," but the Steinle family is getting good government.

Why the difference? Brown, Garner and Gray died as a result of local cops enforcing laws or policies that Obama thinks are used to keep blacks, other than his own wonderful self, down. Steinle died as a result of federal and local cops enforcing policies Obama initiated.

Catch—and—release illegal alien edicts and "sanctuary cities" are building blocks of the Obama open borders mentality. The Obama administration sued the state of Arizona for trying to enforce immigration laws on its own. It can hardly go after San Francisco or its Keystone Sheriff for ignoring immigration law. That would send the wrong message to the ethnic tribalists and the lawncare industrial complex. [2]

Martin O’Malley apologizes after saying ‘all lives matter’ at liberal conference

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley apologized after he was interrupted by protesters when the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate said “all lives matter” at the Netroots Nation conference in Phoenix over the weekend.

Several dozen demonstrators interrupted Mr. O'Malley by shouting “Black lives matter!” — which has become a rallying cry in the wake of recent shootings of black men by police officers —

Racists say that Main stream media bias makes a big fuzz about black felons being killed in self defense when attacking police[4]. Or criminals that die of heart attack due to bad health, because they fought police and resisted arrest

==Racist Cops—or Liberal Slander?[5].

==Salon.com wonders aloud why young black males are shot by police at a rate 21 times higher than their white counterparts[6]

and Mr. O'Malley responded: “Black lives matter. White lives matter. All lives matter,” according to CNN. [...]

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the 2016 Democratic front-runner, was not at the conference, but received some pushback for using the phrase when she recently spoke at a church near Ferguson, Missouri, the site of rioting and protests last summer in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown.

In response to a question about the protesters at the event, Mrs. Clinton said during a Facebook question and answer session Monday that “black lives matter.”

“Everyone in this country should stand firmly behind that,” she said. “We need to acknowledge some hard truths about race and justice in this country, and one of those hard truths is that that racial inequality is not merely a symptom of economic inequality. Black people across America still experience racism every day.”

Racists say Inequality is due to race differences in IQ, impulsiveness, capacity for deferred gratification, and Black culture. US Blacks have an average IQ of 85, Whites 100, East Asians 105, Ashkenazi Jews almost 115. Racists say that these differences are heritable.

50 Years of enormous expenses with affirmative action have not succeeded in closing gaps

#BlackLivesMatter (Wikipedia)


The #BlackLivesMatter movement began as a hashtag after George Zimmerman's 2013 acquittal for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, and gained momentum after the shooting of Michael Brown, the shooting of John Crawford III, and the death of Eric Garner, all in 2014. Currently, there are 23 Black Lives Matter chapters in the U.S., Canada, and Ghana.[4] The organization states that Black Lives Matter is "a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of black people by police and vigilantes" and that "Black Lives Matter affirms the lives of black queer and trans folks, disabled folks, black undocumented folks, folks with records, women and all black lives along the gender spectrum."[5] The movement has received worldwide media attention due to its massive scope and ongoing existence. Protesters and protest organizers have met with U.S. President Barack Obama and other prominent leaders to demand an end to what they view as racial profiling, police brutality, mass incarceration of African-Americans, and the militarization of many U.S. police departments.

‘White lives’ don’t matter, dummy! O’Malley forced to beg forgiveness after ‘flub’ at liberal loonfest

“I meant no disrespect,” he said. “That was a mistake on my part and I meant no disrespect. I did not mean to be insensitive in any way or communicate that I did not understand the tremendous passion, commitment and feeling and depth of feeling that all of us should be attaching to this issue.” ...

Some Twitter users agreed with the protesters, while many found it hilarious that saying everyone’s life matters was a controversial statement. ...

Democrat presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley found himself in retreat mode, begging forgiveness for suggesting that every human life matters, not only the black ones. ...

He made the faux pas in Phoenix, Arizona Saturday at the 2015 Netroots Convention, an event that describes itself as “a giant family reunion for the left.”

Unarmed white teen killed by police. Family asks: Where is the outrage?

More than a week after Hammond’s death, his family’s attorney says race is almost certainly playing a role in the disconcerting silence. Unlike the victims in the highest-profile police shootings over the past year — in cities from Ferguson and Cleveland to North Charleston and Cincinnati — Hammond was white.

“It’s sad, but I think the reason is, unfortunately, the media and our government officials have treated the death of an unarmed white teenager differently than they would have if this were a death of an unarmed black teen,” Bland told The Washington Post this week. “The hypocrisy that has been shown toward this is really disconcerting.”

He added: “The issue should never be what is the color of the victim. The issue should be: Why was an unarmed teen gunned down in a situation where deadly force was not even justified?”

References, Footnotes

  1. http://dailycaller.com/2015/07/18/omalley-apologizes-for-saying-all-lives-matter-video/
  2. 2.0 2.1 Why White Lives Don't Matter to Obama
  3. http://www.vdare.com/posts/i-guess-jeb-bush-wont-be-speaking-at-kathryn-steinles-funeral-either
  4. "Hands up don't shoot" was a lie
  5. As Rep. Peter King saidThursday, “If [Garner] had not had asthma and a heart condition and was so obese, he would not have died.” The Washington Post reports that the medical examiner seemed to confirm this, describing“Garner’s asthma and hypertensive cardiovascular disease as contributing factors.” == Press codes makes sure that Black crime gets downplayed, ignored or hidden. Why would a Staten Island grand jury not indict Pantaleo for murder or manslaughter in the death of Eric Garner? In a word, intent. Did Pantaleo intend to kill Eric Garner when he arrived on the scene? Did Pantaleo arrive intent on injuring Eric Garner? No and no. Pantaleo was there to arrest Garner, and if he resisted, to subdue him and then arrest him. That was his job. http://www.vdare.com/articles/racist-cops-or-liberal-slander
  6. Salon.com wonders aloud why young black males are shot by police at a rate 21 times higher than their white counterparts.== Here's why: 52.2% of all homicides are committed by blacks, nearly all by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about 4 percent of the population. When 4 percent of the population commits nearly half of all violent crimes, we would expect them to encounter police more often, get shot more frequently, and be incarcerated at a higher rate than whites. • Consider: In Iceland there has been one police shooting death. That's only one in the nation's 110-year history.