Black Lives Matter Tells Students ‘Crime Is Made up’

Black Lives Matter: crime is made up

The far-left activist organization Black Lives Matter is teaching students that “crime is made up.”

Accoridng to the violent leftist group, criminal activity is just a figment of the deranged white imagination.

When black people are sent to jail, they are actually “enslaved” behind bars, BLM claims

Crime, it seems, is only a figment of your deplorably deranged imagination.

News of the scandal just hit the streets, but the barbaric behavior started when BLM activists gave a talk to over 150 people in the spring of 2020.

Four left-wing establishment-approved activists, Jessica Louise, Kyra Jay Harvey, Michelle Anastasia, and Leah Derray, are all tangled to “Indy10 Black Lives Matter.”

They started off by telling students “that black people often don’t have the same opportunities as their white counterparts.”

That’s old rhetoric.

The “Racial Justice Speaker Series” was presented to “students at the K-8 Butler University Laboratory School 60.”

The part that made everyone perk up was when Derray declared “crime is made up.

“People created these rules and people break them.

“It’s just that if you are black, brown, or poor, you are more likely to be jailed for these things, to be enslaved, imprisoned, for these things that a lot of people do.”

She went on to explain that every single person she knew from high school was “sent to prison.”

That caused her to question society.

When she was younger, Ms. Derray was taught, “if you do the crime you do the time.”

Then she flips the script, arguing that it’s not about black people stealing things or dealing drugs, “it’s about crime being done to our communities.”

She has a real hard time not firebombing everything in sight.

“I’ve really had to learn to retain my anger.

“You know, when you really start to learn about white supremacy and capitalism and how it really harms black and brown people.”

That whole “free market” thing has got to go.

However, the official BLM position is that the real crime is being forced to live in a “misogynistic, masculine society which tells them that women should stay at home to cook and clean.”

Black women are invisible, “overlooked a lot,” and “encounter people who want to harm them because of who they are.”

Kyra Harvey claimed that “the voices of black women and fems are not heard, and they don’t get seats at the table.”

Anyone who even lays eyes on a black woman wants “to harm them.”

Black women also encounter “some people who don’t think there’s anything wrong with the police, or think the police are doing their job.”

“You go girl!” Derray chirped in, adding black females are victims of “emotional labor” because “people don’t respect their autonomy or the fact that they are people.”

It’s a crime.

That’s when Critical Race Theory came up.

It was cooked up by Angela Davis, “an avowed Marxist who came to prominence in the 1960s as a leader of the Communist Party U.S.A.”

She has a criminal record of her own.

She’s “best known for being the second black woman to make the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List for her role in a courtroom shootout that resulted in the death of Judge Harold Haley.”

That was just another case of “enslavement,” apparently.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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