The practice of assuming yourself special will ultimately lead you to the perception that, in some universal sense, you matter. Not just to your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers, but in the grand scheme of things. Many of us grow out of such thinking but some don’t. And we’ll be discussing such imagined significance this episode as we put the spotlight on a modern example of note. We begin with a brief history of racial dissent in America, including related riots of the 20th century. We then expose the media manipulation of race-oriented events and the defense of minority crime, leading into the main talk on Black Lives Matter, its brief history, protest behavior, criminal inspirations, silencing techniques and, lastly, the question of BLM as a terrorist group.

Episodic Links
“You Are Not Special” Commencement Speech from Wellesley High School
Dartmouth students lead profane Black Lives Matter protest
Tef Poe’s deleted tweet… archived!
Racist Black Lives Protester Mercilessly Berates Black Police Officer [NSFW]
In Defense of Looting by Willie Osterweil
FBI Releases 2013 Statistics on Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted
Murder: Race, Ethnicity, and Sex of Victim by Race, Ethnicity, and Sex of Offender, 2013
The Telegraph: Police statistics shed fresh light on link between crime and race
Police routinely suppress racial data in Canada, study says
Ben Shapiro on BLM
Wikipedia: Assata Shakur
Black Lives Matter (official site)
DoJ: Investigation Into the Shooting Death of Michael Brown (PDF)
Fake Hate Crimes
FBI: Most Wanted Terrorists list
Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama
The Racist Premises Behind ‘Black Lives Matter’
The Untold Story of the LA Riot

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