Oct 11, 2015

“Black Lives Matter” Activist Threatens Violence If New, “Black-Friendly” Constitution Isn’t Created


By on Sunday, October 11, 2015

Writing for the never-read Afrikan Black Coalition last month, “Black Lives Matter” activist Blake Simons threatened to act out violently unless America adopts a new Constitution — one more friendly to blacks, whatever that means.
“If America fails to allow all people of this nation to write a new constitution, then it will be the bullet,” he wrote. “Revolution is inevitable in a society that does not value the lives of all people.”

Simmons blames black America’s many problems — high arrests, high incarceration, high unemployment, high drug use and high dropout rates, among other things — on our beloved Constitution, or what he perceives as the root of all of America’s alleged racism:
I have come to realize that the Constitution is the root of virtually all our problems in America. In order to understand the injustices against Black folks in United States, we must look back to its foundation.
… The Constitution and all the evil that it allows to be perpetuated are the head of White America, or more so corrupt America. Racist America. If you separate the head then racism will die. This is why it must be a new constitution or the bullet.
Like Shae Weatherall pointed out for Mad World News, “The United States Constitution is one of the most powerful documents in the world” — one that affords every citizen the same rights and liberties, regardless of gender, race, religion, etc.

Unfortunately, this fact means nothing to grievance mongers like Simmons because they care for neither “personal responsibility,” “free will” nor “conscious action.”
In this delusional minds, the blame for every shortcoming of an individual minority lies strictly with all white people and not the individual himself or herself.
It’s a twisted and very backwards ideology, but sadly, it fits perfectly in President Barack Hussein Obama’s “radically transformed” America …

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