Racist Radicals Rule Charlotte: White lives don’t matter when Soros-funded race riots are underway

Racist Radicals Rule Charlotte: White lives don’t matter when Soros-funded race riots are underway, by Matthew Vadum.

White people don’t enjoy full protection from the police in riot-torn Charlotte, North Carolina because the authorities there are intimidated by the violent racist Black Lives Matter movement that dominates so many cities.

This toxic mix of racism and left-wing radicalism is everywhere it seems and this kind of rioting has become commonplace under President Obama who views it as essential to drive the fundamental transformation of America.

Rationality is useless.

The rioting blacks leverage white guilt and the outrageous yet powerfully resilient lie that police and the entire American system of governance are irredeemably racist, biased against them because their ancestors came from Africa. Reasoning with these people and their supporters, pointing out that America is the least racist nation on earth and that the president of the United States is African-American, as are leaders and innovators in more or less every field of human endeavor, is pointless.

Black Lives Matter, which is underwritten by hedge fund manager George Soros, is not merely a political movement: it’s a Marxist, anti-American, revolutionary cult whose members aim to unleash a reign of terror on our society. As James Simpson writes, Black Lives Matter has deep roots on the radical, revolutionary Left.

Equality is not the goal, special treatment is.

They celebrate when police officers are killed in the line of duty. They don’t want equality; they demand that black Americans receive special, preferential treatment. Disagree and they’ll howl you’re a racist, boycott your business, or try to get you investigated for hate crimes. …

Black attackers, typically young men, are so brazen and confident they’ll never be held to account that they take video footage of attacks and circulate them afterward.

Soros says he abhors tribalism, but he has ended up encouraging an awful lot of it.