Ben & Jerry’s allied with the 'Black Lives Matter' political movement, but that’s not all ... support the Police boycott them!
It’s no secret that the founders of Ben and Jerry’s [B&Js] ice cream, Ben Cohen
and Jerry Greenfield, are raging liberals. Still, their latest move has
police officers around the country furious — and calling for a boycott
They are supporting the 'Black Lives Matter' [BLM] mob and launching a campaign proclaiming that law enforcement is guilty of systemic and institutionalized racism — meaning that no matter what, all police officers everywhere are racists… apparently the black and Hispanic officers as well.
This makes B&J’s the latest company to support BLM under the mistaken assumption that they are supporting civil rights. The problem is, BLM is not a civil rights movement. Instead, it's a political one, with damaging goals such as breaking up nuclear families, reparations for black Americans, and destroying charter schools.
Then there is also the indisputable fact that the BLM movement has encouraged violence against police officers, leading to the murder of officers across the country in its name.
[See screenshot from B & J's website below]
From B&J's website:
"Ever hear someone say something like, “Hey, wow, great news everybody! Racism’s over! We fixed it!” They’re genuinely excited that we elected an African-American president. They’ll tell you how the first mainstream black superhero character, Black Panther, just appeared in a big new movie.
It’s hard to imagine what might be left on the end-racism to-do list, right?
Well, you might want to suggest that they not start tossing the confetti around just yet. Yeah, it seems there’s still a little something called systemic racism—and it’s real.
"Racism at Every Level of Society
"Systemic racism is about the way racism is built right into every level of our society. Many people point to what they see as less in-your-face prejudice and bias these days, compared to decades past, but as Archbishop Desmond Tutu said, “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.”
While fewer people may consider themselves racist, racism itself persists in our schools, offices, court system, police departments, and elsewhere. Think about it: when white people occupy most positions of decision-making power, people of color have a difficult time getting a fair shake, let alone getting ahead. Bottom line: we have a lot of work to do."
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