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Bombing of police car in Florida: Is Black Lives Matter a domestic terrorist group?

  • Yes, Black Lives Matter is a Terrorist Group

    The group, Black Lives Matter, uses terrorist tactics, therefore they are a terrorist group. They have bombed a police car, engaged in non-peaceful protests, and even vandalism. These are acts of terrorism, not peaceful awareness. Add to that the fact that one of the leaders has been arrested for sex with an underage hooker. These are not nice people.

  • If you had asked a month ago,

    The answer would've been "no". However, recent events have turned the tide. Shootings and bombings against the police, as well as shutting down highways (what has that got to do with anything?) have shown that BLM has stepped out of its bounds as a group protecting black rights. Nothing justifies the actions they have committed lately. Even the tweets of BLM founders support violent acts towards not only police but other races and religions aswell.

  • Of Course, It Is a Terrorist Group

    "Hands up, don't shoot" was a lie, costing a good police officer doing his duty the loss of his profession, his income, his good name and his freedom, as he may well be a murder victim for having defended himself.

    "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!" Is about the most un American, inflammatory, anarchist chant you can imagine. When they rant they want dead cops and someone does it on their behalf and in their name, the blood is on their hands.

  • Yes it is

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  • No it is no

    At the end of the day, what people need to understand is both BLM and anti-BLM movements have individuals that go outside the bounds of their groups and stoop to violence or inciting riots. BLM is valid. The American past involves many years of racism and segregation and communities are still showing those scars. The past affects education, access to arts, health care, good schools etc. So a group trying to rectify some of that is not necessarily a terrorist organization.

  • These are violent times we live in

    You cannot hold an entire organization at fault when a few members commit crimes or perform violence against others. Race is an issue that has long needed attention and unfortunately, it has taken many deaths, years and violence for us to focus our attention on this issue. The Black Lives Matter movement just happens to be forced into news headlines due to recent events and this is sad as many of its members are positive role models for communities across the country.

  • Not yet, but they are on the verge

    Frankly I'm not sure what qualifies people or groups to be called "terrorists" anymore. It seems like we are likely to forgive some people while criminalizing others. While the Black Lives Matter movement was and is an important activist group--calling out matters that needed to be addressed--at this point I do not agree with the ways they express themselves. It seems like they are getting more violent and retaliating in a hateful way; at some point we will have to approach them as terrorists.


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