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24 minutes ago, Redoptics said:

They ain't fake or self haters, they are like why are you coming to our community and messing up it? Chaos and rioting,  they are just perpetuating bad energy. 

Do you know that Punjabi phrase, "Aakhan nal g'la karniya (Speaking with eyes)"? If you've been around decent, wise black folks you'll understand that they have a radar for detecting bull. They know when they're being made fools of, (or at least earlier generations did). When they see these white and Jewish BLM frauds speaking for supposed black causes by getting them riled up and turning them into targets, switched-on blacks communicate with their eyes with fellow minded people of their race to say, "Can you believe this 5h1t? This whole thing stinks." They know it but for some reason they don't speak up loudly against it. But they definitely know.

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41 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Do you know that Punjabi phrase, "Aakhan nal g'la karniya (Speaking with eyes)"? If you've been around decent, wise black folks you'll understand that they have a radar for detecting bull. They know when they're being made fools of, (or at least earlier generations did). When they see these white and Jewish BLM frauds speaking for supposed black causes by getting them riled up and turning them into targets, switched-on blacks communicate with their eyes with fellow minded people of their race to say, "Can you believe this 5h1t? This whole thing stinks." They know it but for some reason they don't speak up loudly against it. But they definitely know.

They do speak up its just not publicly available because they as is News etc want the narrative to be on BLM are right.

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2 hours ago, Premi5 said:

They have had worse treatment than dastaar-waley Singhs ?  
 

This ‘BLM’ is encouraging Blacks to feel like they are more important than other groups. 
 

do you agree with that?

like a previous post, the best way for them to achieve ‘equality’ is if they start to be competitive with the likes of Jews and Indians in professions and business 

You're right. How many people become successful singers or athletes? It's a miniscule amount compared to the number of medical, dentistry, optometry, IT, banking vacancies out there.

To get true respect you have to do well in professional fields not just the entertainment industry. Those fields I listed above are far more important to society than music and sports.

Being involved in music and sports gives them a lot of visibility and they're using it now.

It's not just the carribean black people, Africans like Anthony Joshua and John Boyega have been getting involved a lot. John Boyega in particular has been very vocal.

I have nothing against black people but having worked with quite a few I have seen that a lot are prone to playing the race card when it's not even there.

Having Black History Month will only cause resentment in other minority groups.

I understand its importance in America as black people suffered slavery in large numbers and have been living there for 400-500 years but why here in the UK?

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1 hour ago, Redoptics said:

They do speak up its just not publicly available because they as is News etc want the narrative to be on BLM are right.

Dave Chappelle did a stand-up routine on this phenomena (sort of) when he analysed the Jussie Smollet hoax attack. It's about how nearly every black person on the street (i.e. non-Hollywood types) knew almost immediately Jussie was lying, but they decided to close ranks. It's hilarious.

 

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8 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

You're right. How many people become successful singers or athletes? It's a miniscule amount compared to the number of medical, dentistry, optometry, IT, banking vacancies out there.

To get true respect you have to do well in professional fields not just the entertainment industry. Those fields I listed above are far more important to society than music and sports.

Being involved in music and sports gives them a lot of visibility and they're using it now.

It's not just the carribean black people, Africans like Anthony Joshua and John Boyega have been getting involved a lot. John Boyega in particular has been very vocal.

I have nothing against black people but having worked with quite a few I have seen that a lot are prone to playing the race card when it's not even there.

Having Black History Month will only cause resentment in other minority groups.

I understand its importance in America as black people suffered slavery in large numbers and have been living there for 400-500 years but why here in the UK?

Who imperialized Jamaica again?

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