Speak Out! - Defending the Black Lives Matter movement in the UK

Why are so many people afraid of Black Lives Matter becoming a global Pan African movement?

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The real problem with such movements is the amount of wildebeest using it as a smokescreen to hide and disguise their inferiority. Babylons trump card is knowing there's a high percentage that these slaves and slope heads will eat out such establishments from the inside.

Thu 11 May 2017, 3:21 pm

Africans must stand up against racial injustice for ourselves. If we are doing the Black Lives Matter rallies its only for us and us alone.

Kwame P. Aboagye, London E15 2AS
Thu 1 December 2016, 8:31 pm

What gets me is this notion that somehow gangbanging blacks who commit crime particularly against each other gives white police who shoot and kill innocent or unarmed black people an excuse or reason to do so. Truly alarming is the amount of negroes who seem to be defending this stance. The inferiority complex manifests itself in so many ways its unreal.

Tue 25 October 2016, 9:20 am

Yes my brother, all have to support BLM UK, silence is a crime, peace

spoof, Thank you Toyin
Wed 7 September 2016, 3:22 am

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