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The "Black Lives Matter" Movement is Sexist and Racist

Peter Zohrab 2020

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The "Black Lives Matter" Movement is Sexist and Racist. According to the Washington Post's database, thirty-one Black people per million have been killed by US police, which is somewhat more than the rate for Hispanics (twenty-three per million), Whites (thirteen per million) and "Others" (4 per million). However, thirty-four males per million have been killed by US police, which is vastly more than the rate for females, which is only 1.5 per million. The discrepancy between the police shooting rate for males and females is VASTLY greater than the discrepancy between the rates for Blacks and Whites.

Moreover, the Washington Post is sexist and racist. I had to calculate the male-female discrepancy for myself, whereas the Washington Post' page presents a bar-graph with the racial rates -- as if that was the most important discrepancy -- under the heading: "Black Americans are killed at a much higher rate than white Americans". However, they are only killed at TWICE the rate for Whites, whereas males are killed at TWENTY-TWO TIMES the rate for females! And the Washington Post spells "Black" with a capital letter and only allows "Whites" to have a lower-case "w", which is also racist.

All the media, universities, politicians, Black activists and Feminists who have ignored these data have simply presupposed and predetermined what their political ideology tells them: that women and Blacks are victims of males and Whites. They all hate men -- i.e. they are Misandrists. These scum are determined to present women and Blacks as victims -- whatever the facts -- and determined to ignore men's suffering, men's rights and men's issues.

 

-- Hamill, Jasper (2019): "Men are more disadvantaged than women in the UK, US and most of Europe, scientists claim." Metro, 4 Jan 2019.
 

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