Walmart bans merchandise that says "all lives matter" --- what's wrong with that statement?
- Warren TLv 7hace 1 mes
IT IS RACISM..................................................
- AnnLv 6hace 1 mes
They're being racist trying to get the Black buyer to shop there more.
- hace 1 mes
What is wrong with the statement "Black Lives Also Matter"? 99 percent of America would be behind that statement, and then it would not be Black Supremacy.
- hace 1 mes
doesn't matter what you put, if you are a white hetrosexual male your done for, some minority group will have an objection to you. YES ALL LIVES MATTER, BLACK BROWN CHINESE ASIAN AFRICAN AND WHITE but hey ho. what about all humans matter? with some exceptions. peado's murderers rapists etc.
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- Phil MLv 7hace 1 mes
Because in this day and age, saying that ALL lives matter, still can be taken to mean black lives don't matter. I have to admit that I am struggling to understand that logic. Yes, black lives matter, as do ALL lives.
- hace 1 mes
Nothing. Walmart is under the mistaken impression that they are making a courageous move by waiting until the loudest voice is chanting something and then joining the mob.
- canadacraigLv 7hace 1 mes
What Walmart is telling everyone is that they KNOW that the 'protesters' would cause them a LOT of problems if they didn't ban the 'All Lives Matter' merchandise and the POLICE would no nothing about it. Their decision has nothing to do with respecting the 'Black Lives Matter' movement.
- LatinosForTrumpLv 4hace 1 mes
There is nothing wrong with that statement. Screw Walmart. All lives matter. It’s OK to be white.
- CaesarLv 7hace 1 mes
Nothing wrong with "all lives matter" is like the swastika was an ancient symbol that emerged independently among many cultures on several continents. Before the 20th century, its use (including in the United States) was almost always benign. Even today, the swastika is a common symbol across Asia, used by Hindus, Buddhists, and adherents of other religions, where it is often associated with good fortune. However, in the early 20th century, various right-wing adherents of the so-called “völkisch” movement in Germany let us with a murderous legacy of the Nazi regime, especially the Holocaust, permanently converted the swastika into a symbol of hate, anti-Semitism and infamy.
Nothing wrong with "all lives matter" however, various right-wing adherents are using that statement for hate... see that statement?
- u_bin_calledLv 7hace 1 mes
ironic seeing as their store policy requires workers to say "happy holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas" in the spirit of "tolerance and inclusion"....