All-Black Counter Protesters Standoff With BLM: "All Lives Matter" [Video]
Say it on social media and you will be blasted out of the sky but ALL LIVES MATTER. No matter whatever some new trendy narrative concocted by the left says, every American life matters. The illusion that we are somehow all divided by our skin color is just that, an illusion. Be either outside forces or Democrats, there seems to be a plot to make Americans seem at war with themselves to the global onlookers and that's simply not true.
Most people support police reform, better training, and better equipping our officers with the tools necessary to handle the numerous situations they're placed in. Defunding the police is more of a radical ideology or product of extreme anarchists. Even long-sitting Democrats have called the 'defund the police' slogan ignorant- because it is.
But, that slogan is just one of many created by the BLM organization that's creating this anti-everyone else agenda and cause the masses to explode at the very mention of unity.
Members of the black community stepped up and rallied together to form an anti-protest. A recent video has been going around social media showing a group of black protesters chanting “all lives matter” at the BLM crowd.
“If this nation is going to be saved, it’s going to be saved because we all come together,” said one of the counter-protesters.
“Yes, we know what happened in the past, but listen. We have to forgive the past. We have to forgive what our fathers did to your fathers,” said the man.
— Truthes or Lies (@WorldTruthes) June 29, 2020
RedState, who originally aired this video in a piece written by Brandon Morse, brought up an amazing point. He writes how this generation is holding people accountable for crimes they did not commit based on skin color:
"Our society holds the sins of our forefathers and mothers against us as if we committed these crimes ourselves. Even if your family never committed a crime, you can be held guilty by virtue of having the same skin color or place of origin.
If we’re truly going to fix things, we need to consider each other as innocent and forgive the past wrongs of those who committed them long ago. While that may be easier said than done, it makes far more sense than holding each other accountable for sins we never committed.
Besides, holding people accountable for wrongs they never committed themselves makes it nigh impossible to make amends, and only sets a precedent for forcing others into paying prices they shouldn’t have to pay for being guilty by association alone."