Race should never be a factor in determining advancement or qualification in any aspect of the marketplace or academia.
Nottingham Forest footballer Lyle Taylor has said he will no longer be taking a knee’ for the Black Lives Matter movement before matches, branding it a “Marxist group” that pushes racial unrest
The more people speak out about the origins of Black Lives Matter (BLM) groups, the more the public can understand why they are not who they claim to be. It is beneficial to hear perspectives from core members of minority groups or individuals on these issues.
“Nottingham Forest footballer Lyle Taylor has said he will no longer be taking a knee’ for the Black Lives Matter movement before matches, branding it a “Marxist group” that pushes “racial unrest.’
‘I took the decision because I felt that enough was enough… not enough people have looked into the organization that has brought this all to the fore,’ said the sportsman in an interview on the LBC radio station.
‘I said before that I agree with the message that black lives do matter, and something needs to be done about that to teach the message that the racial inequality and the societal injustice needs to stop,’ he explained.
‘But by the same token we are hanging our hat on a Marxist group who are… looking to defund the police, they’re looking to use societal unrest and racial unrest to push their political agenda, and that’s not what black people are, we’re not a token gesture or a thing to hang your movement on just because it’s what’s powerful and it’s what’s going on at the moment,’ he declared, expressing sympathy for white players who feel they have to kneel to BLM or else be ‘branded racist,’” Breitbart, (quoting LBC radio) said.
There is no need to place or bump one ethnic group ahead of another in the market or academic spectrum; all people should advance evenly in both arenas. Past efforts to promote students and job applicants based on their race through affirmative action proved to be a failure; lesser qualified applicants floundered in the real marketplace.
As Candice Owens declares in her book entitled Blackout, “Of the myriad of bad-faith systems put in place by our government to help blacks, there is none more verifiably useless, or more positively discriminatory, than the practice of affirmative action,” ourfreeopinions.com opined.
Corporations are buying into the BLM myth; we think they are doing it to play it safe and protect their profits.
Race should never be a factor in determining advancement or qualification in any aspect of the marketplace or academia. It is an insult to minorities to assume they cannot attain goals on their own.