Al-Masdar Podcast 14- Allison Pointer: Black Lives Matter, the Dallas Shootings, and racial inequality in America

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This week we had a chance to talk to Allison Pointer, a Black Lives Matter activist and independent journalist in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Pointer recounts her experience the night of the Dallas Shootings and also comments on the misunderstandings of the Black Lives Matter movement as well as the reactionary “All Lives Matter” and “Blue Lives Matter” movements.

 

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Brad Blankenship is an American student of philosophy and political science as well as the director of Al-Masdar’s podcast.

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  1. The similarities between BLM and the various social media movements of the Arab Spring have a lot of similarities. BLM propagates a completely false perception of crime, race and police violence, one that justifies violence in return against whites and against police.

  2. No racial inequality here in Texas. All inequality is social. The inequality is between Trump and Clinton in their pace for presidency is something we can see and discuss. The inequality of blacks is all about black’s set of mind. Yes, i would hate to see blacks in my neighborhood. Why? Because their kids are unfriendly and aggressive against white kids. That is the result of black set of mind in black families and crowds. My doughtier was initially critical to my stance but ones she got in black trouble, she changed her mind. My son was as a kid insulted by blacks, so he is even more ‘racist’ than myself.

    • BLM is a racist organization with much of its FUNDING comes from G.Soros, a billionaire who desires to bring down America and the West.
      I notice BLM does not care about blacks being murdered in America’s cities, 600 so far this year in Chicago alone, murdered by other blacks.

    • Correct. I married a very young girl. She was small too. Wanted her to finish school so asked her to go. After two days she refused. I asked why. She told me the black girls were beating up on the white girls. This was in 1955 in California. Obviously nothing has changed.
      American blacks are so coddled by government they know they can get away with just about anything, so they do. It has been the destruction of the civilization, nothing less.
      Only the media whines about the “poor blacks” these days.

    • My son was greatly helped by a black origin man when he had an accident so no generalised badmouting of black people from me.

      Imo and experience many, or more posiively put, at least some texans, are racist towards indians and hispanics. An important factor here is that in may poorer schooldictricts the funding, and therefore quality, of the education systems is often dubious.

  3. We all want social justice. I know a lot of white people and NOT one of them want Black folks to fail. NOT one white person I have known wants Black people to fail.
    When a Black person fails, the rest of society must PAY for their failure.
    We the crackercolored (which includes Asians, Latins etc) must pay for their jail time, special set aside bonuses, quota systems etc etc. as an example the ‘SAT’ scores are adjusted, minus 35 points for Asians, plus 160 points for those identifying as Blacks, and our lying liberal media calls that a level playing field!
    Lastly, I want to ask Brad Blankenship, why he holds such a racist viewpoint against non-blacks?