Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Canadian Anthem "All Lives Matter" at Baseball All-Star Game in San Diego

"Tenors" singer holds up sign "All Lives Matter" during singing of
Canadian National Anthem at 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game
By Douglas V. Gibbs
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The suggestion that the term "All Lives Matter" should be apologized for if uttered, or in this case, sung, is absolutely ridiculous - and in truth, racist.  Is the Black Lives Matter crowd saying that only their lives matter, and all other lives are dispensable?  While tossing around accusations of racism, is not the black community that is screaming "All Lives Matter" acting in a racist manner when they place black lives over all lives when they demand an end to the phrase "All Lives Matter?"

The question about "All Lives Matter," which has become a response by those who disagree with the thuggery of Black Lives Matter, came up last year when Democrat Presidential Candidate Martin O'Malley dared to say that "All Lives Matter".  He was booed, and it was said he was using the language of white supremacy, and then he later apologized for saying that every life matters.  Thereafter, all other Democrats knew not to mutter the phrase.  Instead, try to use it against the Republicans.

Now, the "All Lives Matter" phrase has emerged again.  In San Diego, while kicking off the 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, The Tenors sang the Canadian national anthem.  The song's lyrics were altered to include the words "We're all brothers and sisters, All lives matter to the great," and one of the singers held up a sign with "All Lives Matter" written on it.

The liberal left has assured us the heinous act was not shown on American television, but is was shown in Canada for all of the Great White North viewers to witness.  The three innocent members who didn't hold up signs immediately separated themselves from the sign-wielding singer and apologized.  They claimed it was the actions of only a "lone wolf" member, and they have suspended the singer, saying he will not perform with the group “until further notice.”

The innocent three say they are shocked and embarrassed by the actions of Remigio Pereira, "who changed the lyrics of our treasured anthem and used this coveted platform to serve his own political views."

In a statement the apology the three singers offered was more disgusting than the groveling Justin Timberlake issued when he dared to, as a white boy, say anything in reference to Jesse Williams' racist BET Awards speech.

"Our sincere apologies and regrets go out to everybody who witnessed this shameful act, to our fellow Canadians, to Major League Baseball, to our friends, families, fans and to all those affected.  The actions of one member of this group were extremely selfish, and he will not be performing with The Tenors until further notice.”

Racism, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, means "poor treatment of or violence against people because of their race," and "the belief that some races of people are better than others."

Black Lives Matter have committed violence against whites at Trump Rallies and protest rallies because of the race of the "whitey."  By saying "Black Lives Matter," but refusing to accept that "All Lives Matter" , the black community that buys into the Black Lives Matter movement is putting forth the message that it is their belief that their race matters, and others don't. . . or to put it in a nutshell, Black Lives are better than others.

So, who is being racist?

The singer who held up the sign was saying we are all brothers and sisters.  All Lives Matter.  No preference.  O'Malley said "Black lives matter, white lives matter, all lives matter," and he was excoriated for it.

The racists who support the "Black Lives Matter" racial division created by the Democrats, and Barack Obama, screamed for an apology form O'Malley and The Tenors because they are actually the racists, and they refuse to accept any response other than that they must be treated fairly, more fairly than anybody else.  Screw everyone else.

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”― George OrwellAnimal Farm (an allegorical tale about the rise of communism among the animals on a farm)

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