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By Pete Moore On June 30th, 2020

The Premier League says its Black Lives Matter campaign is to send the message that it is unacceptable to treat black people differently to anyone else – and not an endorsement of a political movement.

A series of tweets from the Black Lives Matter UK account about Palestine has prompted criticism.

I noticed that a lot of corporates and talking heads did a reverse ferret about BLM the moment it outed itself as just another ultra left, anti-semitic headbanger outfit. Sorry chumps, you don’t get to slide back out of it that easily. The Premier League, Keith Starmer, McDonalds, Ben & Jerry’s and all the rest kneeled and opined and gave their full support to BLM when they should have known. All they had to do was look at its website. It never made any secret of its evil intent to end capitalism and destroy Israel.

35 Responses to “BEEP BEEP BEEP ..”

  1. I’m glad to see that at least one organization has got their cop on and wised up. Individual black lives do matter to me, but the BLM marxist driven organization does not.

  2. the proganda machine never stops with you perfidious petem
    taking the knee had and has nothing to do a political movement
    it’s an act of solidarity, ( another word you don’t understand ) like the word “healing”
    it was simply as they said “to send the message that it is unacceptable to treat black people differently to anyone else – and not an endorsement of a political movement.”
    swing and a miss ..

  3. The knee thing was started by washed up quarterback Kapernick who is a cop hater through and through.

    https://www.latimes.com/sports/nfl/la-sp-colin-kaepernick-socks-20160901-snap-htmlstory.html

  4. Saying that supporting Palestine is anti-semitic is as stupid as saying that being against Al Sharpton is being racist.

  5. Let’s face it, Pete, we all know that the (only) White Lives Matter movement that you subscribe to is more genuinely anti-semitic than any criticism of Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.

  6. taking the knee had and has nothing to do a political movement

    Not true kurt – It does come from the physical move started -as Phantom mentions – by the American footballer Colin Kaepernick as a deliberate political gesture to oppose the tradition of standing during the US national anthem.

  7. As I have maybe mentioned before, neither know or care about sports, or sporting idols.
    However, I would quote from today’s Mail report about Sky and ‘blm”

    Mr Le Tissier, 51, criticised the group’s ‘far-left ideology’ and said he ‘could not support’ the cause’s anti-police and anti-capitalist aims.
    He had, along with fellow Sky pundit Jamie Carragher appeared on air wearing a Black Lives Matter badge but said he only did so after being asked to.
    Sky Sports said the issue of wearing the BLM badge was a matter of individual choice.

    Le Tissier said bosses at Sky had asked him and other pundits to wear the logo for their appearances and he agreed, but pointed out he supported ‘the cause, not the organisation’.

    When asked whether pundits on Sky Sports had been told to wear the badge, Le Tissier laughed and said: ‘We were asked to wear it.’

    Former Wolves, Stoke City, QPR, Bolton and Bradford City professional footballer Karl Henry also raised concerns about the aims of BLM UK.
    He tweeted yesterday: ‘I think the majority of the UK have now had enough of that organisation.

  8. Mike

    It will be interesting to see if the man’s candid admission will lead to his sacking!

  9. colm,
    yes but its developed into a global thing
    football in UK , inherently racist is a good place for adoption of the symbol
    lets not be too finikity or pedantic about the origins, everyone is doing it and its like the NHS clapping, its does not link us with BLM politics ..
    No-one owns it, is the point, lets remember that
    ;ets not play petems game..
    petem of course is interested only in tarnishing the solidarity of people coming .. he hates people coming together .. and all that, as well you know mate 🙂

  10. kurt

    I don’t like taking the knee as a gesture. It does look submissive and it is also becoming a guilt trip where people in certain situations are having to explain why they choose not to do it. I think it is selective and in point of fact to whom does it refer to. Is it Black African-Americans or all Black people of Africans and Carribean descent ? Does it include Asian non-white people, or those who are being killed by civilians or in wars or only people killed by the police. What precisely is taking the knee supposed to signify and what does it signify if you choose not to adopt that gesture ?

  11. I bend the knee for Jesus Christ-only.

  12. All the rest kneeled and opined and gave their full support to BLM when they should have known. All they had to do was look at its website. It never made any secret of its evil intent to end capitalism and destroy Israel.

    Wow! So that McCloskey guy with the AR15 in Missouri wasn’t really a ‘true American hero’ as Pete stated after all but was in fact an evil anti Semite Commie whacko?

    Say it ain’t so.

  13. Strategically, asking people to get on their knee(s) is a dreadful idea, given that it’s undeniably a symbol of submission, as opposed to solidarity.

  14. I had assumed that ‘taking the knee’ had been adopted for it’s symbolism to the killing of George Floyd.

    I bend the knee for Jesus Christ-only

    Would you bow in the presence of Queen Liz, Charles?

  15. Paul, No, I am not British, I’m American.

  16. I think Charles is waiting until his namesake in Britain becomes King, then he might bow 🙂

  17. With H.M. I’d be like that black lady in the states that gave her a big Southern Hug. As for the Duke of Cornhole, I think not!

  18. Paul, No, I am not British, I’m American.

    Fair play. I think there are many, many, many Americans who would.

  19. I don’t know that many Americans would bow to the Queen. Maybe some out of confusion but since she isn’t our sovereign there is no reason to.

  20. All of your Tennis players bow to the royals. 🙂

  21. Charles,

    I have always felt that Americans, as a Nation, always tend towards the really apt saying or statement when it comes to the gentle but truly accurate insult.

    the Duke of Cornhole,

    says it all, especially when it comes to the adulterous clown, who comes along with his ‘green credentials’ as a job lot: and this is the clown who would be King!

  22. I’m pretty sure even the Palace has acknowledged there is no need for non subjects to bow, although I can see some doing it out of a misplaced concern of not wanting to cause offense.

  23. I would kneel or bow in a church, out of respect, but not to any person and not for any political cause.

  24. Mike

    A Non-adulterous King would be an exception not the rule (pardon the pun) 🙂

  25. ach sure real patriots shoot women in the back, white supremacist flags matter

    Oklahoma woman shot in the back while trying to steal man’s Nazi flag

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/oklahoma-woman-shot-back-while-trying-steal-man-s-nazi-n1232573

    I guess he was just a law-abiding guy defending his property under the 2nd Amendment

    is that how it is over there in 3rd World ?

  26. Parts of the US are having a bit of a mid life crisis 🙂

  27. There have always been a certain number of nazis here.

    I saw them in NYC once.

    They didn’t get a good reaction

  28. I hate Illinois Nazis.

  29. Do they give you the Blues Paul ? 😉

  30. Noel –

    Let’s face it, Pete, we all know that the (only) White Lives Matter movement that you subscribe to is more genuinely anti-semitic than any criticism of Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.

    Breaking news: you’re wrong. Identity is everything on your side of the aisle but I don’t care if someone is Jewish or not.

  31. omg I was kinda joking a bit earlier about USA being like a developing country
    I’m afraid I was wrong it is a 3rd world country ) mahons and phantom !!!!

    Robert Reich demonstrates why , using 6 indicators

    Robert Reich: Is America Becoming a Third World Country?

    https://youtu.be/q0dQAUb22WA

  32. The US has a gun problem, a race problem, an opioid problem, and an obesity problem.

    And has a know nothing maoist rebellion by shirkers and professional welfare recipients that is ongoing.

  33. a over populated prison problem, a non universal healthcare problem, political power concentrated in the hands of the wealthy and corps, a banana republic. the wealthy keep wages low, no protection for workers , av wages stay same for 50 years , those in power stoke racial ethnic, and religious tensions to prevent workers joining forces, wealthy and elites pay low taxes, social mobility in the gutter ..

    Add it all up = 3rd World and lucky to be included in that bracket, as USA is on the lower end of the 3rd world when comparing relevant stats and indicators .. fecking shocking !

  34. kurt

    The US is still te world’s premier superpower. The most powerful military, biggest financial power, the worlds most effective currency, the leader in technology and software development, and pre-eminent in producing entertainment the world devours. It has a long way to go before it joins the list of Trump’s third world shitholes !

  35. a over populated prison problem, a non universal healthcare problem, political power concentrated in the hands of the wealthy and corps, a banana republic. the wealthy keep wages low, no protection for workers , av wages stay same for 50 years , those in power stoke racial ethnic, and religious tensions to prevent workers joining forces, wealthy and elites pay low taxes, social mobility in the gutter ..

    And a president who wants to build a wall to stop everyone leaving, presumably.