Ann Dorn, the widow of David Dorn, former police captain murdered on 2nd June 2020, is flanked by four St. Louis officers who were injured the same night David Dorn was murdered. All were invited by President Trump to celebrate the 4th of July at the White House with other law enforcement officers across the U.S. | St. Louis Police Officers Association and 5onYourSide
Christian Walker - Welcome to my channel where we’re going to SPEAK FACTS!! We can’t lose our country to the hypocrisy we're seeing from the left. Thank you for watching❤️ 04/07/2020. It appears that others are thinking the same. BLM Inc is a destructive force in an otherwise amazing country.
Bevelyn Beatty - Black Lives Matter class action suit. 22/07/2020 firstname.lastname@example.org Bevelyn Beatty who made national coverage in the United States has a CALL TO ACTION against BLM Inc. She is asking anyone who has been directly impacted by the BLM Inc. looting, riots and violence to contact her. This is her video message.
GBM USA and our Global TEAMs in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom made a collective decision to cease all coverage of the black lives matter protests on 30th June 2020. The protests were marred by looting, rioting and anarchy whilst the Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLM Inc) and main stream media stood by and watched and even condoned it on air. After the senseless killing of David Dorn, a retired police captain on 2nd June 2020, and no response from the BLM organisation, we could no longer support this movement. TEAM Asia followed on 15th July, after Sarah Jeong tweeted that 'reverse racism wasn't real.' Jeong believes that she can't be racist because she is Asian and a minority, when her past history of racist tweets prove that she is a bigot and a racist.
Lasse Burholt Elderly man crying in disbelief over Black Lives Matter violence in DTLA 26/07/2020. Los Angeles, California July 26th: “It wasn’t supposed to be like this” says elderly man crying in disbelief of the increased violence by both Antifa backed by Black Lives Matter and the BLM riots. Black Lies Matter. Source: @realanthonyc
In addition to the no response from the BLM organisation on Dorn's murder, there was little to no coverage about it from major U.S. media including CNN, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. It was obvious that all black lives didn't matter to them. This was made convincingly clear when Don Lemon of CNN, during the Terry Crews interview, stated that the BLM movement was about 'police brutality' and not gun violence amongst black people. He told Crews that if he wanted an 'all black lives matter movement that talked about gun violence,' then he should start one. Lemon believes that gun violence and 'black on black' crime was something that just happened, like 'white on white' crime. It wasn't a big deal to him. According to the 2018 FBI crime report, blacks who made up 13.1% of the population in the U.S., committed almost 90% of the crime in their communities against other blacks, more than whites.
TheFirst 08/07/2020 - CNN's Don Lemon steamrolled Actor Terry Crews and talked over him repeatedly when he tried to expose the REAL agenda of the Black Lives Matter organization, the First's Rob Smith says. This is why NO ONE trusts the media! Don Lemon CONDONED the looting and rioting. We are no longer redistributing any CNN videos. This video is a Conservative commentary on that interview. ♟♞♜♝♛
Update: 25/07/2020 - In 2013, Don Lemon APPLAUDED Bill O'Reilly for standing up and talking about BLACK on BLACK crime. In 2020, Don Lemon is a HYPOCRITE.
Lasse Burholt 11/07/2020 - After Tucker Carlson’s epic takedown of Don Lemon for speaking facts & truth about Black Community statistics (and slamming HipHop culture) more clips from 2013 has resurfaced. Watch Don Lemon adress Black on Black crime with a Fox News segment by tv host Bill Reilly sharing facts about the Black Community. From Lemons show “No Talking Points”.
Our boots on the ground reporting also contradicted the 'peaceful protester' narrative of main stream media. BBC's doctored image of a BLM protestor wielding a wooden plank toward metro police, in order to feed this narrative, became cause for concern. In addition, Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo of CNN condoned the violence, looting and rioting. Lemon called it a 'failed American experiment' and even equated the anarchy to the Boston Tea party. Cuomo questioned the validity of 'peaceful protests' until a quick witted man munching on noodles pointed to the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The resignation letter of Bari Weiss perfectly laid out a deep rooted culture at The New York Times that prohibited divergence and rewarded conformity, for left leaning liberals, of course. Sarah Jeong who tweeted racist rants about 'whites' and her hatred of cops continued to serve on their Editorial Board despite calls to remove her in 2018. She left a year later in August 2019, although she still works with them in some capacity. Weiss reminded us how far journalistic integrity had plummeted in the era of social media. Weiss stated that Twitter is not the masthead of the New York Times, but Twitter had 'become its ultimate editor.'
GBM has always undervalued social media coining it a 'fake universe'. The 'obsession' by average users to get verified by platforms such as Twitter and Facebook with likes, retweets and follows bodes to the fact that 'validation' is important to many. This led us to pen two reports on the subject, Failure to Take Flight in 2013 and Twitter tricks millions to have their account @verified in 2017. This FULL time obsession for validation can be all encompassing for entrepreneurs, individuals and even The New York Times. Group think removes intelligent debates and postulates more than fact checks, leading to greater discourse, misinformation and confusion. In this world, the horde rules and integrity can be bought and sold for clicks, likes, retweets, subscriptions and the bottomline.
Weiss is correct, there is less 'intellectual curiosity,' less individualism. The chances of getting sacked for 'wrong think' is greater now because of Black Lives Matter. Amazon, Microsoft, CNN and even The New York Times have drank the Kool-Aid, or as we call it, the 'Guyana experiment.' To put this in perspective, The Free Speech Union, a membership organisation 'dedicated to upholding free speech' went on a twitter storm on 7th June detailing the casualties of the 'cancel culture' hysteria, where people have lost their jobs or suspended, 'pending an investigation,' because "they've criticised some aspect of the Black Lives Matter movement." The list is quite extensive, thus we provided the link instead of the screen grabs.
The danger of the Black Lives Matter 'movement' or what we call the "Black Power" movement is that saying 'all lives matter' or wrong think is now a 'sackable offence' or worse, death. Jessica Doty Whitaker was a young mother who was murdered on 5th July by a BLM supporter who thought she used the N-word. She also said 'all lives matter' to counter chants of 'black lives matter.' After the initial confrontation, someone shot and killed her. Even after her death, BLM supporters trolled her Facebook page and continued to post scathing comments, vilifying her as a racist and stating she deserved to die because of it.
The Black Lives Matter movement promotes perpetual 'victimhood' with 400 years of slavery in tow, demanding whites make reparations to blacks and calling for the abolishment of police departments and court systems. Whilst the temper is still high in the United States, it has cooled here in Australia because Aussies are not easily influenced by a herd mentality as in America. Most of our ancestors arrived as convicts from the UK. We also live on an 'isolated' land mass detached from the rest of the world or perhaps, we have grown tired of the violent outbursts, the shouting, and the unreasonable demands made by Black Lives Matter protesters. The 'silent majority' is strong here, but in America, the 'silent majority' has yet to make a peep.
At a time when main stream news should filter through the noise and provide accurate and 'unbiased' coverage, to provide a full perspective of current events, the media only gives us one facet of the truth. They failed to cover stories that go against the grain and instead of delivering powerful 'original' stories and ideas, they provide 'sameness' and redundancy, all the whilst bending to BLM Inc. Even Chris Cuomo is confused why President Trump sees BLM Inc as a 'symbol of hate.' Cuomo said that the 'people IS the organisation,' so by his definition, all the protesters are Marxists, since the organisation was co-founded by Marxists, promoting Marxists ideology.
CNN, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon have become dangerous 'co-conspirators' to an extremist movement that was based on a lie. The slogan, "hands up don't shoot' attributed to Michael Brown and Ferguson, never happened. Whilst BLM Inc tries to centre their agenda around 'police brutality,' a quick glance at their website lays out a more ambitious plan that calls for the dismantling of the family structure. But why are ordinary people, especially on Youtube doing the work of main stream media like CNN? They can follow the BLM Inc money trail just like the rest of us.
Whilst the American cities and media are asleep at the wheel, push back has occurred in the UK. The BBC, a left leaning liberal media, has banned BLM badges on air. The British military personnel are banned from 'taking a knee' whilst in uniform. Cities like Bristol will not bend to the BLM Inc horde. When the statue of Jen Reid by artist Mark Quinn was illegally placed on the plinth that once supported the statue of Edward Colston, the Bristol City Council ordered for its immediate removal the very next morning. In addition, the statue of Edward Colston is being restored in a 'secret location' with plans to place it in a museum. Jen Reid also admitted that she took part in the toppling of the Colston statue and her husband helped roll it into the river when it was pulled down. Her raised fist is a symbol of 'Black Power' attributed to the Black Panther Party, a Marxist organisation that condoned murders and violence.
The right to 'peaceably assemble' is written into the laws of many lands, including the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which also grants freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
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