BLM isn't some military WW2 unit Dilbert.
Dilbert_X wrote:I'm sure 93% of the SS never did anything bad, so what?
BLM is not all sweetness and light, they do have an underbelly of extremists and they are not looking for equality, which they already have.
You know the protesters aren't some highly organised machine. Most of them are people in their teens and 20s responding to impromptu facebook & insta event invites. If you saw the EE chats video you'd also know how disorganised it all is. Some people are there for BLM. Some people are there because they're anti police. Some people are there because they're anarchist. The latter two groups most often fighting with police, throwing fireworks etc.
It means the protests and especially the violence are multi faceted and reflecting that tensions in the US are blowing up along multiple dividing lines. Moreover, nobody in the protesting crowd is under some contractual obligation to behave a certain way. There will be people who feel violence is necessary or useful.
Does all that detract from what BLM is about and originally intended to tackle, i.e. structural racism, violence & disadvantageous living conditions in black communities? Well no, it doesn't and shouldn't. The core BLM organisation does not support violent protest, so why do you hold them responsible?
It's insane what sort of twists and turns you take to justify... what exactly? That BLM is a stain that should be supressed? Isn't a minority allowed to voice and express discontent & ask for change? It's curious you reference the SS dilbert, because you're one of the most fascist inclined on this board. Do you understand why I'm saying that?