Black Lives Matter supporters claim that all blacks are in danger of being killed or left for dead just for being black, but only choose to use blacks who were committing felonies and then became a threat to others or themselves shortly before their deaths as examples of this.
Stupid Whites will see a disconnect and say something dumb like: "they weren't arrested or killed for being black, but were confronted due to committing felonies and died due to their actions making them a threat to others or themselves."
But they miss the unspoken claim which makes all of this make sense: The supporters of Black Lives Matter believe that being a dangerous felon is an inseparable part of being black, blacks are unable to not become dangerous felons at some point in time, and thus them dying due to being dangerous felons is directly equivalent to them dying due to being black. The irresistible compulsion to becoming a dangerous felon that will inevitably overtake them at some point, is a defining component of being black, just as much as any other traits that defines their race.
Once you understand that this is how Black Lives Matter sees black people, everything about them makes sense.
The fact that we have laws means that we do live in a society that is institutionally prejudiced against blacks, since a racial trait of blacks is to break these laws, the society is inherently discriminatory against them.
Similarly, the fact that cops are permitted to use an escalation of force against those who threaten them means that cops are indeed anti-black, since blacks have no choice but to attack police officers when confronted over the felonies they are likewise compelled by their very nature to commit.
They are being hunted down and killed for being black, because police hunt down felons, and they kill those who threaten the safety of others, and to be black is to be a felon who attacks others, it is just a part of their nature to be this way.
It is also an essential property of being black to become a threat to themselves once detained, when a black man is arrested, and smashes his head repeatedly against the window of a moving patrol car, with the intent of yeeting themselves out of it, or when they overdose themselves with fentanyl as police approach them after they had tried to pass forged currency, they had no choice in doing these things, because it is an inseparable part of their nature as blacks to do such things to themselves in such situations, this is just a natural part of what it means to be black.
So the only society in which blacks are not discriminated against, is one where they are not held to the limitations of the law, and permitted to commit crime with ease.
thus it makes sense that Black Lives matter is against police and laws, wishing to abolish, defund, or replace the former, and wishing to put an end to laws, or to replace felonies with misdemeanors, because all blacks are, by their nature, inevitably going to break them.
the core belief of Black Lives matter is this, not "blacks are oppressed and discriminated against in out society", but "blacks are oppressed and discriminated in our society because our society does not tolerate crime or aggression, and blacks are aggressive criminals by their very nature".
the reason they never spit out the whole of the claim is because of how bad it looks for a pro-black movement to admit that they think blacks as a race are possessed of an inescapable nature of being dangerous felons, compelled to felonious activities, and to attacking other or themselves once confronted over said felonies.
For this reason, blacks simply cannot live safely in a society with laws and law enforcement, their survival is merely a matter of them being discovered as perpetrators of felonies, or them getting unlucky once discovered (where their captors fail to prevent them from attacking others or themselves without killing them in the process).
It sounds like something a racist would say, but this group defines what it means to be racist, and not supporting them is racism, thus anyone who disagrees with this less-then-complimentary assessment of black people are racist.
As to whether or not this assessment is based in reality, well, most black people support the movement, so they must either agree with it, or are missing out on some knowledge about it's claims and activities.
As for who is coming up with this stuff, it's not surprising to anyone when they discover that the leaders of this movement are not black themselves but ethnic jews.
Obviously, with as verbose as the last point is, I feel it is the most important angle to go with in response to BLM supporters, since the truth of their ideology is indeed shown in a new ligh