Black Lives Matter Activists Angry at the Dead “White People” In France

We’ve seen crap like this before. When there is an attack and people die, the BLM movement gets angry because everyone is grieving over their deaths and not giving them attention. Their claim is that people are too focused on what lives and don’t care about black lives.

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Black Lives Matter (BLM) supporters have claimed the deadly terrorist attack in France was “to make people lose attention” [sic] in their movement and focus on “white” lives instead.

“Ok I’ve come to the conclusion that what happened in Nice was to make people lose attention off [sic] #BlackLivesMatter and focus and unite against us”, wrote Twitter user Semsa, who is based in London but says “Egypt’s the motherland”. She has since made her account private.

“Don’t #PrayForNice we are fighting a civil war against whites. #BLM”, tweeted Franklin Omar, an activist who also appears to be from London, and describes himself as a “Muslim”.

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Terrible. We all grieve for all lives lost. It’s not a competition. Like and share on Facebook if you are tired of these types of comments from the BLM movement.


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