This Teacher Was Suspended Because a “Black Lives Matter” Leader Was Offended by His Facebook Status

Black Lives Matter was started by black activists who saw color instead of truth. We never heard of them until Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. Trayvon Martin had a record and when stopped by George Zimmerman, was found to be carrying items commonly used in burglaries. When Zimmerman tried to stop him, Martin physically attacked him, bashing Zimmerman’s head into the concrete.

In the case of Michael Brown, he had just robbed a convenient store and assaulted the store clerk. He refused to comply with Officer Darren Wilson’s orders to stop. Instead, Brown attacked Wilson while he was still in his patrol car, fracturing the officer’s eye socket. When Brown continued his physical assault on Wilson and reached for the officer’s gun, Wilson feared for his life and shot Brown in self-defense. Eventually, a number of eyewitnesses, including several blacks, testified before a grand jury that Wilson was being attacked by the nearly 300-pound teenager and that the shooting was justified.

Both black teenagers were criminals and up to no good. Had they complied with the orders given to them, they would both still be alive. Yet, all black activists saw was a black teen killed at the hands of a white and Hispanic. They ignored the facts and claimed the black teens were little angels that were senselessly murdered. Black Lives Matter evolved from the black activists who ignored the truth and saw an opportunity to throw gasoline on the fires of racial hatred. They started protesting which led to violence and public unrest. Officer Wilson, who was doing his job and protected his own life had his life and career ruined by the unfair and unjust persecution of Black Lives Matters.

Since that time, Black Lives Matter has become the antithesis of the Ku Klux Klan. The Klan hates blacks and refuses to see them as equal members of the human race. Likewise, Black Lives Matter appear to hate everything and everyone white and like the Klan, refuse to see them as equal members of the human race.

Black Lives Matter has encouraged violence against law enforcement officers nationwide. Whenever a black person is shot by a white police officer, Black Lives Matters instantly makes it out to be about race. Yet when a white cop is shot by a black, Black Lives Matter either remains silent or they praise the black. Some even consider Black Lives Matter to be a terrorist organization. Where is Black Lives Matter when blacks violently attack and kill a white woman in her own home?

The really sad part of Black Lives Matter is that they really don’t care about black lives. If they did, they would be spending more time protesting black on black violence. Most of the violence occurring against blacks in America is at the hands of others blacks, not whites, not Hispanics, not Orientals, etc. The lack of any protests or actions about the black on black violence helps demonstrates that their purpose has nothing to do with the value and protection of black lives and everything to do with their racial hatred against whites.

Consequently, they continue to support and enforce violence if it suits their purpose, like what’s happening in the St. Paul public schools. The schools have been plagued with an increase in student violence. The school district used to discipline students with suspensions, but when it was made known that more blacks than whites were being suspended, they brought in a liberal firm from San Francisco to help them adapt a more non-punitive form of discipline, which has only emboldened students to be more disruptive and violent. The schools were being accused of harsh disciplinary actions that led many students, especially black students, to a life of crime and jail.

Knowing they aren’t going to be suspended, students are more defiant to teachers and are now starting to physically attack and assault teachers. Last October, several teachers were attacked by violent students. In one instance, teachers tried to break up a fight and ended up being injured. In another instance, a teacher was injured when a disruptive student refused to leave the classroom. In December, another teacher was severely injured while trying to break up a fight. That teacher has since filed a lawsuit against the school district for failing to provide a safe work environment. More recently, a male teacher was attacked by two male students in the classroom and ended up in the hospital.

The issue of the growing violence in the schools and the criticism leveled at teachers and administrators led Theodore Olson, a special education teacher at Como Park High School, to take to Facebook to condemn the violence. He posted:

“Anyone care to explain to me the school-to-prison pipeline my colleagues and I have somehow started, or perpetuated, or not done enough to interrupt? Because if you can’t prove it, and campaigns you’ve waged to deconstruct adult authority in my building by enabling student misconduct, you seriously owe us real teachers an apology. Actually, an apology won’t cut it.”

Believe it or not, Olson’s post offended Rashad Turner, leader of the St. Paul Black Lives Matter. Turner was so enraged by the post that he threatened to use his group to shut down Como Park High School. Consequently, Olson was removed from the classroom and placed on paid leave from the district in an attempt to appease the local Black Lives Matter.

The St. Paul Black Lives Matter group hasn’t condemned the growing violence among students towards teacher, mainly because most of the students committing the violence are black. Instead they take their offense by a teacher taking to social media and asking for evidence of the charges leveled at them.

Just like in the cases of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and so many others, Black Lives Matter activists care nothing for the truth and become irate when their hatred is challenged. They don’t want to resolve racial tension in the United States. They are having too much fun creating it and fueling the fires of racial hatred.

Ironically, many of the same people that condemn the Ku Klux Klan for their racial hatred endorse and support Black Lives Matter who are just as bad as the Klan. This supports what I’ve been saying for years that in our warped and perverted society, only whites are considered racist while blacks with the same kind of racial hatred are considered to be justified. The only difference is the skin color; the racial hatred is the same.


Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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