@Heezels wrong right off the bat. BLM and black supremacists don't mix.

That would be like comparing feminists and the alt-right.

I never said they did. That's my point. Your comparison of Elliot Rodgers as an Alt-righter is void. It doesn't work because his pathological ideology was geared toward the interpersonal relationships between men and women. He belongs in an internet sect called the "manosphere." and this sect has a whole number of different political proponents following it. The rabbit hole runs really deep on this one. But the point stands, Elliot Rodgers is most certainly not an alt-righter. At least to what we know about him now.

You should also keep in mind his father was a first AD in the film industry, which is a highly liberal field. Conservatives exist, but the idea that Elliot Rodgers' political philosophy having a conservative bent isn't really the first assumption I'd make. Keep in mind, studies show that people generally inherit their political ideologies from their parents/families. Democrat and republican tend to be generational ailments.

Also, you're wrong in your comparison. It's not Feminists and alt-right. Those are polar opposites. It's more like Alt-Right and republicans. The alt-right despise republicans for being soft in not fully appreciating the white nationalist ideology. In fact any civic nationalist is considered a traitor to the standard alt-righter. It used to be that civic nationalists found a home in the alt-right, but as soon as it became more apparent that various factions of conservatism and the alt-right weren't going to mesh, they began breaking apart. That's when the alt-right label almost exclusively became a term for white nationalists, some of them anarchists as well. I've been studying this movement very closely because I consider them to be a far reaching threat, mainly because of the volatile nature of their ideology and candor.

Never commuted violence in the name of systemic injustice?
Baltimore riots, Charlotte riots
Perhaps calling for dead cops is another example of them not committing violence, though it sure does promotes it.

@Zevv evidence of BLM members calling for dead cops, please?

@Zevv you're going to go for 1 of 3 videos. First off, the one with the chant for 'dead cops' isn't BLM, and has been disproven since about 2014. You now have 2 other videos to choose from.

@Zevv the video about frying cops like bacon? That was BLM Twin Cities branch, and that leader who led the chant was publicly disavowed by BLM and they issued a public apology.

You now have 1 video left. I'll let you post it so I can shoot it down.

Evidence? They were disavowed, but come on, use your brain and think. They have easily proven to be anticop, and yet they don't address the main issue involving minority deaths. You need to wake up and realise they are no better than new black panthers or kkk

Zevv...Great description of BLM. Here are a few more actions of BLM that are astounding. They were founded on the principals of the Black Panther Movement. Some of the same tactics are used. Helping black people matter? What about the Flood victims in Baton Rouge, LA. The areas flooded were predom black and some neighborhoods were all black. Who was there saving people? The police, first responders, fire depts., Cajun Navy, but no Black Lives Matter. They were no where to be found when a real disaster happens. Did they even offer to help their fellow man in time of need. Even blacks were asking where they were. BLM did a great job using the media to voice their cause, but failed miserably on the delivery. So, to sum this up. BLM is a phony group with a non supportive agenda. No power, no backbone. Hi_estCommDenomm ... You should read about the civil rights movement in the 60s. Research Decons for Defense. The perils the black race faced in that era were devastating. BLM is a kindergarten class compared to the REAL BLACK MEN that tried and did make a difference. The Black family was intact, Black unemployment was at a all time high. Religion was at the forefront of all they did God was embedded in the children.. Church was the ground zero for the betterment of the Black race, not MSNBC. The problem in the black communities today are Drugs, broken Homes, violence, education, Black government leaders giving too many passes. Black government leaders who can't lead and stop this from the top. They impose no checks and balances. Bad cops can be detected before they become bad. And you sat police are not a skilled trade. OK, when is the last time you were in a tactical situ and you were being targeted? If you saw any combat in your life you will understand what kind of thinking and accurate decision plays. BLM... I think they are on the way to being just another failed radical black movement.

Sure, let's believe the LA Times and the Southern Poverty Law Center.....