Whites need not apply. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has reportedly launched a $3 million relief fund for communities hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic… Oh yeah, it’s only for Black communities though. So…it’s completely Racist. If you’re White, Hispanic, Asian, Arabic or any other ethnicity don’t even bother asking.
There’s been no word as to whether special consideration is given for smashing in windows, committing arson or assaulting police. But they do say they will give “special consideration” for those “formerly incarcerated”.
According to TheHill,
“Individuals may apply to receive a microgrant on the foundation’s website, which states that the fund “is open to anyone who identifies as Black, with special consideration for people who are transgender, single caregivers, or formerly incarcerated.”
Patrisse Cullors, a Black Lives Matter co-founder and the foundation’s executive director, told the AP that the fund “came from a collective conversation with BLM leadership that Black folks are being hurt the most financially during the pandemic.”
“I believe that when you have resources, to hoard them is a disservice to the people who deserve them,” she said. That is again, unless you don’t fit their requirement of blackness.
Let’s Reverse The Values Here To See If It’s Racist
A pretty classic photo editing technique to find something hidden is to reverse an images values, making white black for example. Let’s apply the same logic here. Let’s say that the group Identity Europa which is a European identity politics group (In other words: the less violent counterpoint to BLM) or their American variant the American Identity Movement. Both BLM and AIM advocate for racial identity politics this is the point of comparison.
Now let’s say that the AIM put out a “Survival Fund“. For this exercise we’ll pull the exact text from their website and just change the values.
- BLM for AIM,
- Black Lives Matter for American Identity Movement
- Black for White.
- And so on..
Check it out:
Funding Our Own Survival So We Can Thrive
Since the beginning of this pandemic, the government has not done enough to support White people, leaving too many of us in survival mode. Before COVID-19, there was already a racial-wealth gap, and this pandemic has exacerbated it.
AIM-Identity Europa and AIM Grassroots designed the AIM Survival Fund to support White people and their families facing economic hardship during the pandemic by giving them cash as a means of support to keep them in their homes, keep food on the table, and ultimately provide a little breathing room in their lives.
In the words of the Identity Europa, this is about ‘Survival Pending Revolution.’
We’re part of a long legacy of groups stepping in to support those failed by our government — notably the Identity Europa and its free breakfast program in the 1960s and 1970s. Cooperation and cooperative economics have been principles and survival tactics of White communities for centuries.
The AIM Survival Fund is continuing this legacy and is an important step toward investing in White life so we can all thrive.
How to Apply
So Much More Needs to Be Done
The AIM Survival Fund has met its goal of providing direct support to nearly 3,000 White people and their families, and we will be closing applications until further notice. The enormous response has highlighted how severe the economic crisis still is for millions of White people across the country, and how much more needs to be done.
Now we’ll reverse our quotes:
“Individuals may apply to receive a microgrant on the foundation’s website, which states that the fund “is open to anyone who identifies as White, with special consideration for people who are straight, cisgender, married, or have no criminal record.”
The hypothetical leader, a American Identity Movement co-founder and the foundation’s executive director, told the AP that the fund “came from a collective conversation with AIM leadership that White folks are being hurt the most financially during the pandemic.”
“I believe that when you have resources, to hoard them is a disservice to the people who deserve them,” she said.
Racism Defined, Is BLM Racist? Yes.
So here’s the question: Does offering a $3 Million grant to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY sound racist to you? And before someone trots it out, here’s the ACTUAL definition of racism:
- prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized.
Despite what your local poli-sci or ethnic/African American Studies teacher would like to say, the concept that racism requires institutional power is false on it’s face. That has never been the accepted definition throughout history until very recently in 2018.
Social justice warriors in 18′ begin lobbying for dictionaries to change the long-held, readily understood and universally agreed upon definition. They changed it at the request of 22-year-old Drake University graduate, Kennedy Mitchum.
Sorry, a 22 year old grad student doesn’t get to change the fundamental definition for the entire english speaking world because it helps SJW’s win arguments.
Sticking to the original definition, let’s examine this.
- Do BLM hold “prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against” White people? Yes, yes and yes.
- Is it on the basis of their “membership in a particular racial or ethnic group”? Yes.
- Are they “a minority or marginalized.”? Minority? No, but we’re getting there. And tell me: Can you honestly say with a straight face that in 2021 America: White citizens in general (conservatives in particular) are not marginalized? And White, straight, cis-gendered, Christian, males most of all, are not the very most marginalized and demonized people in the nation by the leftists currently in power?
In Latin they used to say Verum se refert, the truth points to itself. BLM is racist due to their antagonism toward White people and their “survival fund” also has racist discriminatory requiremnts. So there it is.