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Not so accidental guerillas: how to counter the modern rioter

15 August 2020

5:23 PM

15 August 2020

5:23 PM

“They sayin’ Black Lives Matter and all this stuff,” he said. “But man, you’re hurting the black community.”

These are the words of Tony – an African American man from Milwaukee – describing a recent escape from a riotous mob while returning home from a hard day’s work.

Just like in Australia, there’s ever-mounting evidence that the Black Lives Matter movement is more concerned about protest and not people.

Other violence, from Atlantic City to Fort Wayne, has been directed at black individuals and pounded other minority small businesses across the United States.

But these accounts rarely hit headlines of mainstream media.

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