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Dumb Equals Death

by baldilocks

Com­pare these young people

[cap­tion id=“attachment_60963” align=“aligncenter” width=“300”]BlackLivesReallyMatter Pro-​Life activists from St Louis, march­ing for life on Fri­day in Wash­ing­ton, D.C[/caption]

To these.

[cap­tion id=“attachment_60909” align=“aligncenter” width=“300”]BlackBrunch #Black­Lives­Mat­ter activists in NYC, being a pain[/caption]

In a world where the pop­u­lace had not been dumbed down to con­sist of a sig­nif­i­cant por­tion of open mouths wait­ing for their egos to be fed – right along with their bel­lies–the activists in the sec­ond photo would at least feel ashamed at the supe­rior moral agency of the activists in the first photo. And by, the num­bers, why wouldn’t they feel ashamed?

In 2011, 6,239 black Amer­i­cans were mur­der vic­tims–almost uni­ver­sally at the hands of other black per­sons. And in that same year, 177,293 babies, whose moth­ers were black Amer­i­can women, were aborted. The dif­fer­ence in the num­bers is staggering.

But in this dumbed-​down world, the abor­tion is just a bit of tis­sue, Ker­mit Gos­nell butch­ers with impunity for years, and black per­sons can’t – or won’t – make the con­nec­tion between the abor­tion rate among black Amer­i­cans and the fact that these are black peo­ple who were mur­dered by their moth­ers. Black Lives don’t mat­ter if one pre­tends that they are not lives.

Might as well bring back the slave trade.

And here’s some­thing nutty about some of the reac­tions to the first photo: some white per­sons think that those fine, upstand­ing young men are being racist as well! They are obliv­i­ous to con­text. How­ever, it’s almost com­fort­ing to real­ize that the dumbing-​down of the pop­u­lace is indiscriminatory.

Mean­while, the killing con­tin­ues. And, we know that the Alinsky-​style Brunch activists and their back­ers could not care less.

(Thanks to InfoWars and Youth Defence)

Juli­ette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was pub­lished in 2012. Her sec­ond novel, ten­ta­tively titled, Arlen’s Harem, will be done in 2015. Fol­low her on Twit­ter.

Please con­tribute to Juliette’s Projects JOB: Her new novel, her blog, her Inter­net to keep the lat­ter going and COF­FEE to keep her going!

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by baldilocks

Compare these young people

BlackLivesReallyMatter
Pro-Life activists from St Louis, marching for life on Friday in Washington, D.C

 

To these.

BlackBrunch
#BlackLivesMatter activists in NYC, being a pain

In a world where the populace had not been dumbed down to consist of a significant portion of open mouths waiting for their egos to be fed–right along with their bellies–the activists in the second photo would at least feel ashamed at the superior moral agency of the activists in the first photo. And by, the numbers, why wouldn’t they feel ashamed?

In 2011, 6,239 black Americans were murder victims–almost universally at the hands of other black persons. And in that same year, 177,293 babies, whose mothers were black American women, were aborted. The difference in the numbers is staggering.

But in this dumbed-down world, the abortion is just a bit of tissue, Kermit Gosnell butchers with impunity for years, and black persons can’t–or won’t–make the connection between the abortion rate among black Americans and the fact that these are black people who were murdered by their mothers. Black Lives don’t matter if one pretends that they are not lives.

Might as well bring back the slave trade.

And here’s something nutty about some of the reactions to the first photo: some white persons think that those fine, upstanding young men are being racist as well! They are oblivious to context. However, it’s almost comforting to realize that the dumbing-down of the populace is indiscriminatory.

Meanwhile, the killing continues. And, we know that the Alinsky-style Brunch activists and their backers could not care less.

(Thanks to InfoWars and Youth Defence)

Juliette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was published in 2012. Her second novel, tentatively titled, Arlen’s Harem, will be done in 2015. Follow her on Twitter.

Please contribute to Juliette’s Projects JOB: Her new novel, her blog, her Internet to keep the latter going and COFFEE to keep her going!

Or contribute to Da Tech Guy’s Tip Jar in the name of Independent Journalism—->>>>baldilocks