We can usually gauge were a society is heading by those it honors, and no doubt a mainstream publication such a “Glamour Magazine” when it endorses the founders of “Black Lives Matter” the political ramifications of that endorsement has monumental consequences, both within the African-American communities and all across America, and in particular within law enforcement.

If anything this election cycle has demonstrated just how divided America is, the near riot in Chicago at a Trump rally was perhaps the most publicized demonstration of how this well-funded hate group uses surrogates to instigate violence while pretending to be a civil rights organization.

Moreover unlike the Black Panther Party of the 60’s this scrubbed down version, has achieved what Huey Newton could only have dreamed of “legitimacy” from the establishment.

Obviously Glamour can pick whomever they like for their “Woman of the Year” and this year the honors went to Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi, the founders of “Black Lives Matter.”

Perhaps the most striking observation one can make between the two hate groups is in the similarity of their existence, in that the “Black Panther Party” began in 1966 as revolutionary black nationalist group, stemming from both the Oakland and Berkeley riots, and this scrubbed down version of “Black Lives Matter,” received it diploma at the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin, and then accelerated at the shooting death of Michael Brown, the young thug who resisted arrest while assaulting a police officer, and was shot in self-defense.

Then, the false narrative was “hands up don’t shoot” which became a rallying cry within the black communities suggesting that Brown was executed with his hand-held high, and of course given credence by the mainstream media, which kept promoting the false narrative for almost a year after the shooting

In response to being honored as the “2016 Woman of the Year” Alicia Garza wrote on her FaceBook page: “I love you. I love us. Our lives matter.”

“We gave tongue to something that we all knew was happening,” Tometi told Glamour, “We were courageous enough to call it what it was, but more than that, to offer an alternative, an inspirational message: “Black lives matter.”

Do you think these hate mongers deserve to be publicly shamed and humiliated for starting the hate group BLM instead of being seen as women of the year?

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