by Peter Baum, originally published 29-June-2020
The Palestinians And Their Supporters Are Mocking Black Lives Matter
The purpose of this article is not to pontificate on the justification, merits, strategy, logic nor consequences of the recent phenomenon of BLM but simply to expose those parasites, leveraging on the publicity of the movement whilst mocking its aims and objectives.
The organisations falling within these parameters are the Palestinians along with their various support groups – and most notably, those within the Louis Farrakhan Black Muslim camp.
We have seen protests removing, desecrating, or destroying statues of those representing the historical connections to slavery and have heard the questions being raised about modern institutions which have benefited from those connected with the slave trade.
Having anything to do with historical links to slavery is deemed beyond the bounds of moral decency by the supporters, leaders, and spokespeople of the BLM movement – and the mainstream media is totally sympathetic to this ideology.
Perversely, they are not so ideologically opposed to the perpetrators of modern-day slavery against black lives.
There are no such protestations.
The paradox is that there are many countries and peoples that are currently engaging in, and benefiting from, slavery against those very same victims BLM are supposedly supporting.
And those countries and peoples practising, participating in, and making money from such slavery and human misery is part of the BLM movement.
Mocking BLM and succeeding, whilst pretending to be supportive and not being exposed, is all to do with the inertia, ignorance, and bigotry of those marching and the compliance and professional incompetence of mainstream media which does not identify the perpetrators of slavery and atrocities against black people.
Allow me to elaborate.
Quick History Lesson
The Arab League is made up of a number of countries including Libya, Mauritania, Sudan, and Qatar.
The League has for decades been providing various Palestinian terror groups and their associated political parties hundreds of millions of dollars which has enriched the Palestinian leadership.
The Palestinians have a racist ideology and objectives of exterminating the Jewish State of Israel and ensuring subservience to Islam, under Sharia of all other races and religions as per the Palestinian Charters of 1964 , 1968 , and the Hamas Charter of 1988 .
The fascist Palestinian supporters have been infiltrating BLM and usurping their publicity gains for their own objectives which has nothing whatsoever to do with the aims of the BLM protesters.
And all the while those Palestinian supporters are mocking those very same protesters, feeding off of them like leeches on acquiescent compliant bodies.
Those countries noted above – Libya, Mauritania, Sudan, and Qatar – are all Islamic countries and all are members of the Arab League
They also have never ceased – and indeed are still occupied with – the slave trade.
Indigenous black Africans are their victims.
The Palestinians are the financial and political beneficiaries all while the Palestinians and their supporters pretend to march in solidarity against slavery but benefit from it.
They are mocking BLM.
Farrakhan and his Black Muslim supporters, similarly, are mocking BLM.
The duplicity and hypocrisy of these groups is nauseating and morally indecent.
Should one be surprised?
BLM is silent and silence is assent.
Where, oh where, are the voices speaking out against the hypocrites and leeches?
The Black Lives Movement must expose for themselves these elements, otherwise, the movement is doomed to fail as modern-day slavery will persist.
For the sake of those indigenous Black Africans whom BLM supposedly supports, the Palestinians and Farrakhan must be outed.
The leadership of the Palestinians has become multi-millionaires on the backs of black, African slaves.
Before and During the U.S. Civil War Slavery Was Everywhere – It Still Is
In numerous articles (some published by DecisiveLiberty [see the end of post]), I have exposed modern-day slavery.
The UN, the Arab League, the media, the European Union, and the Organisation of African Unity have acquiesced, permitted, and encouraged the practice of slavery for decades.
The gross domestic product of Islamic-dominated African countries largely depends on slavery as does the culture and normal commercial life.
If Black Lives Matter does not protest about these abhorrencies, the practice of slavery will continue impacting the lives of millions of indigenous black Africans.
The human misery parallels that of previous centuries and remarkably no voices are raised in protest just at the time when the issue is similar to a global pandemic.
How can this be?
The article below is just one of many exposing the Islamic Libyan slave trade where the victims are non-Muslim Africans and the story is as heart-wrenching as it is disgraceful in today’s society.
The global protests somehow have forgotten and missed those indigenous black Africans suffering at the hands of Islamist slavers.
Modern Day Slavery in Mauritania
In Mauritania, slavery by Islamists on Africans is part of the culture which the Arab League endorses and supports.
Again, I submit just one of the numerous articles on the subject and it is staggering that BLM shows no signs of protesting against these barbarities impacting on the very people BLM are supposedly trying to protect.
Is it not perverse that the Trump Administration, accused by mainstream media of being racist, is the only UN Nation to cut ties with apartheid, slave trading Mauritania whilst all other global collectives such as the European Union are actually increasing trade with this racist country.
Paradoxically the protests should be in support of Donald Trump for his stance against slavery.
How nauseating hypocritical of both the protesters and the media in those countries which are supposedly sympathetic towards the protesters while ignoring the plight of those current victims.
Modern Day Slavery in Sudan
Sudan similar to Mauritania and Libya, is part of the Arab League, supporting Palestinian fascism and racism for decades is yet another example of a country engaging in modern-day slavery.
There have been no protests outside the embassies of these countries and there have been no protests against the Palestinians who have financially gained from the slave trade and the atrocities committed on indigenous, black Africans.
So do Black Lives really matter to the Black Lives Movement?
Surely if they do, then the Palestinians – who have linked themselves for propaganda purposes to BLM – should be exposed for the duplicitous, sycophantic, money-grabbing fascists they really are.
More than any other current sect, the Palestinians have been the beneficiaries of modern-day slavery and yet their support base is exceptionally prevalent from those protesting against slavery and the inhumanity meted upon black people.
Is this not the height of perversity and illogical?
Sudan is yet another country that for decades has considered slavery to be part and parcel of normal commercial life.
This Islamic country has been at the forefront of North Africa’s slave trade and it is actually impossible to determine the numbers of indigenous black Africans who have died and suffered at the hands of the Sudanese slavers.
Women and Children suffer butchery, barbarity, atrocity after atrocity, the unparalleled human misery – and the world looks on.
BLM ignores the suffering of the Sudanese – no protests outside any Sudanese embassies.
The Palestinians gain from the human suffering and their supporters march in protest with BLM.
How can this be permitted by the leadership of the BLM movement?
It is illogical and perverse.
I repeat, it is illogical and perverse.
Qatar Built Primarily By Slaves
Now listen up because this is going to blow your mind.
One of the most popular mainstream media network channels, especially in those countries where Islam is either the dominant religion or has a strong minority representation, is Al Jazeera.
The network now has a global reach and is a major media channel.
Al Jazeera was founded in 1996 and is owned by the State of Qatar through the Qatar Media Corporation.
It is headquartered in Doha, Qatar.
The oil-rich Qataris have used their wealth
to develop the infrastructure of the country
to a level where the next Football World Cup
is to be played there.
Hotels, stadiums, conference halls, training grounds,
television and radio studios, and everything that’s
needed to host such an event has been built
during the last 5 years.
AND BUILT BY SLAVES.
Let me repeat… built by slaves.
The Middle East Media and Modern Day Slavery
Now unsurprisingly, on numerous of their programmes Al Jazeera has been waxing lyrical in glowing terms in their support and sympathy for the BLM protesters and their rights in pulling down statues of those representing the slave trade.
These Al Jazeera employees obviously see no problem, hypocrisy, nor human indecency in taking money from an employee so entrenched in modern-day slavery while pretending to protest on the very same oppression committed centuries ago.
The moral compass of Al Jazeera employees is the same as the Nazis who survived the war and pretended they did not know what was happening.
Qatar, a mega-wealthy Gulf State, has poured millions of dollars into supporting the Palestinians.
Qatar has been constructed from oil riches… by slaves.
Is there really any need for me to elaborate further?
Indeed the Palestinians are threatening that if the slave traders of Qatar do not provide them with even more money then they will exacerbate the rioting, arson and killing against the Jewish State.
The Palestinians thrive on the monies provided by the slave traders – they, the Palestinians, are the equivalent of human leeches.
And we see Palestinian flags usurping the BLM protests.
Isn’t that weird?
Child Labor Abounds In Slavery As Well
Not only do the Palestinians benefit from slavery but are indeed perpetrating and developing it with children as the victims.
The reported number of deaths of children during forced labour of tunnel construction is at least two hundred.
Silence from Al Jazeera on this – after all Palestinian children forced into slave labour by a totalitarian theocracy is unworthy of reporting given that totalitarian theocracy is being funded by Al Jazeera’s employers.
Oh, and as the intended victims of the child slaves are Jews, then the Palestinian children are worth the sacrifice.
Is anyone from BLM paying attention?
How can BLM remain silent against the rulers of Qatar and those parasitical beneficiaries, the Palestinians?
Grabbing money from the miserable lives and many deaths created by slavery.
Workers in Qatar are experiencing the equivalent of forced labour and treated like sub-humans as are the children of those Palestinians against the rule of Hamas.
Where is BLM in support?
They are nowhere.
A Call to Action for Digital Warriors and Citizen Journalists
Most reasonable thinking people, those of us in or slightly left or right of the political centre, the silent majority, and morally decent folk must surely understand the frustration and bewilderment expressed in this post.
Our voice is never heard nor allowed exposure within mainstream media and our anger is paralleled by the helplessness we are currently experiencing.
What can we do to challenge without fear of verbal abuse or physical threats those empty vessels dangerously making the loudest noises?
Unfortunately, and very concerning to us all, the mob is in ascendancy and on an upward trajectory.
Complicit and assisting the mob is the mainstream media who give prominence, sympathetic, and disproportionate coverage to those spewing the vomit.
It is left to the morally decent to put their heads above the parapet and endeavour to assist those in most need.
And those in most need, absurdly, are those that the Black Lives Matter movement is purporting to support but are in fact ignoring.
We must speak out against those currently benefiting financially and politically, whose wealth is derived from slavery and human suffering.
I shall not be silenced irrespective of the personal cost because silence is assent.
A couple of Editor’s Notes
Driving home the point of BLM’s relationship with Palestinianstrans came in a tweet while we were drafting this post for publication….
Photos That Bear Witness to Modern Slavery (Lisa Kristine @ TEDxMaui)
As a visual reference, we have added this video by Lisa Kristine, a humanitarian photojournalist. We came across this just before publishing and felt it drives home what Peter is sharing. Where many talk about slavery and research its disastrous results and effects, Lisa was determined to shed light on just what these people are living through as well as champion the drive to expand public awareness of modern-day slavery. It was not an easy assignment at all levels – spiritually, financially, emotionally, and physically. And as Lisa shares, she needed to be practically stoic during any visit of the slave if she as well as those around her are to survive.
You cannot buy a slave out of slavery, there is a process involved and the price of such an endeavor ranges from US$18 to $30,000+ depending on where the slave and family are located. That’s only to get them free and started on a free life – there are other factors involved as well, especially if long-distance transportation is required. Many are born into slavery, many are conned into slavery. Either way, the door out is never readily available, even for those who want to help. Which begs the question, just where does all the humanitarian aid for slavery end up? Certainly not where everyone desires.
Related Slavery Posts
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About Peter A. Baum
Peter, Editor (International Political Affairs) to Blitz.com, is a research scholar and pro-Israel activist who challenges the fake news narrative on Israel, Holocaust, Zionism, Middle East, Anti-Semitism, and racial issues by providing well-documented content and references to original source documents which uncover their fakery. You can find Peter regularly contributing on the subject matter through written articles, TV appearances, and lectures. Peter was chairman of Southend Young Conservatives, founding member of Southend Friends of Israel, and is currently a delegate on the Board of Deputies and Executive Council member of Fair Reporting. Peter also writes for several newspapers and research global organizations, including the Gatestone Institute.