VIDEO: #BlackLivesMatter Organizer: All White People ‘Need to Die’

The #BlackLivesMatter “movement” is no movement at all, but a thinly-veiled crusade of black supremacy.

Sure, there may be some who have been duped into believing that this crusade is about righting supposed institutional racism and many guilty white liberals have served their roles as useful idiots. However, the bulk of the rhetoric surrounding the movement supposedly dedicated to racial equality is very much racism thinly disguised as activism.

In keeping with this ideology, a raving racist at a rally to honor Sandra Bland, a black woman who died of suicide while in police custody, declared that white people deserve to die and that world peace would come when white people had been exterminated.

The protester who was identified simply as “Sunshine” (presumably for her sunny disposition and friendly attitude) called white people “terrorists” and declared that they should all die.

“You see this nappy-ass hair on my head? … That means I am one of those more militant Negroes,” she said. “These redneck mother-f**kers murdered Sandra Bland because she had nappy hair like me!”

“Sunshine” describes herself on her Twitter page @LOLatWhiteFear as “The noncompliant negro female formerly known as @stylistsunshine founder of #CMXD campaign. 1 of the organizers of #Fergusonspring.”

“Sunshine” streamed the protest live on UStream and runs the @ClaimMalcomDay Twitter page that demands a day honoring the black militant Malcolm X who, at one point, advocated violence.

After a Breitbart Texas reporter asked her if she believed that white people should be killed, “Sunshine” replied, “You’re damn right I do! You think I am scared to say that to you?!”

“You mother-f**ckers thought we should be killed when ya’ll came and stole us from Africa and put us in chains and murdered us for over 400 years, so yeah, you do need to die. I think everybody else on the planet would have peace when you’re dead.”

She continued to verbally assault the white reporter:

“I think you should go back to those caves that you crawled out of in the Caucasus mountains because you can’t leave black and brown people alone. We can’t have any peace on the planet because of white supremacy and white existence. So yeah, f**king die or go back to the cave. I’m not scared to say it.”

“I don’t do too well with racist-ass, hick-ass, white people. I just don’t. And nobody that like should be here, except for them and us and him (looking at some nearby protesters). The rest of them are just here to like, I don’t know, just get a story or whatever. They don’t give a f**k about Black genocide. They don’t give a f**k about what happened to Sandra Bland.”

While not all #BlackLivesMatter believers are as rabid, one who is measured in their advocacy should be made aware of the radical, inherently racist intentions of the “movement.”

If it were a legitimate movement, there would be tangible, reachable goals. A hierarchy of black lives above any other race is the singular motivation behind these bigots.

As a side note, let’s imagine the legitimacy and airtime that would be assigned to a movement by the mainstream media if a white woman called for the mass genocide of another race.

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Greg Campbell
Greg Campbell
An unapologetic patriot and conservative, Greg emerged within the blossoming Tea Party Movement as a political analyst dedicated to educating and advocating for the preservation of our constitutional principles and a free-market solution to problems birthed by economic liberalism. From authoring scathing commentaries to conducting interviews with some of the biggest names in politics today including party leaders, activists and conservative media personalities, Greg has worked to counter the left’s media narratives with truthful discussions of the biggest issues affecting Americans today. Greg’s primary area of focus is Second Amendment issues and the advancement of honest discussion concerning the constitutional right that protects all others. He lives in the Northwest with his wife, Heather, and enjoys writing, marksmanship and the outdoors.

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