Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Black Lives Matter Leader Demands New Constitution or There will be "Bullets"

Via Billy

 black power bullets

A "Black Lives Matter" leader has issued a dire warning for the United States: the United States needs a new Constitution or else, he warns, "it will be the bullet" for the US.

Blake Simons, who wrote an article detailing his ideas, is the Deputy Comms Director of "Afrikan Black Coalition." The name of his piece is "A New Constitution or the Bullet."

Simons writes, "Our Black Lives Matter protests have stormed the country, yet cops continue to kill us daily, and the judicial system continues to justify our deaths with acquittals, non-indictments, and light sentences-all in the name of upholding the Constitution."

After months of protesting, Simons explains that he came "to realize that the Constitution is the root of virtually all our problems in America."


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    1. Hi Brock,
      What Shane said!! (with a twist) 'Sending you a short vid, listen close to Bill Kilgore's words at the very beginning, "Put on Psy War ops, Make it LOUD!, Romeo Foxtrot, 'Shall We Dance!!!!"
      Got Psy War Ops.....OUTLAW!!,

  2. Give em a finger and they will take the whole hand. They all talk big until they meet some real armed Americans. Gutter rats they are.

  3. I'm gettin' tired of hearing this crap from so called black 'leaders'. Bring it on.....go ahead and start your race war there Sparky. Then it won't be just cops killin' all y'all. The numbers are not in your favor no matter how tough you think you are.

    Somewhere behind enemy lines,
    Peoples Republik of Kommiefornia

  4. Preaching to the choir but, If an anti abortion group was calling for the killing of abortion providers and some had actually been killed, would the anti abortion group still be walking around?
    Way, way, WAY under the jail is where they would be.
    Our "government" is trying to goad us into firing the first shots.

    1. You got it. Travesty below.

  5. I believe I have posted this before... Seems appropriate again.

    Many of Martin King's more militant followers advocated for violent insurrection rather than peaceful demonstrations. He told them violence was a quick way to understand what the word "minority" actually meant.