(RightWing.org) – In the midst of what is, for all intents and purposes, America’s Second Civil War, it has become even more important to look behind slogans and sound bites. One such slogan, “Black Lives Matter” (BLM), is so blatantly obvious that anybody who argues against the movement, not the words, is instantly labeled “racist.” It is staggeringly vital to look at the people behind these facepalm “of course it is!” statements.
Ms. Khogali is one of the co-founders of the BLM movement in Canada and has been known to make Hitler-esque comments exchanging her feelings for the White race for the Nazi leader’s point of view regarding the Jewish. Though nations rose into a world-encompassing conflict because of the erstwhile German dictator’s insanity, she is being celebrated as a “rational” force behind the Progressive Liberal movement.
A Violent Prayer
In 2016, she posted a Tweet that said: “Plz Allah give me strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today. Plz Plz Plz [Sic].” As might be expected, Conservatives within the media community shone a bright light on the hatred contained within the quote. In turn, they faced criticism from the Liberals for focusing on the words and not the historical issues that may have led to the angry racist outburst.
That tweet was explained away at the time by some on the left as simply an explosive expression of suppressed rage. But other vile rhetoric of hers has come to light, negating the one-off incident defense and re-opening questions about a deranged worldview.
Just Not Human
Hitler’s SS, in a 1942 document, described the Jews “Der Untermensch,” which translates into English as “the subhuman.” This was used as one of the pillars of his eugenics plan to exterminate what he saw as vermin from the planet.
Khogali has now used chillingly similar words to describe her feelings about the White race. (Editorial note: all spelling and grammatical errors from her Facebook post are verbatim). In her post, she said, “whiteness is not humxness. infact, white skin is sub-human.” In a now-deleted post, she also called white people “genetic defects.”
World War II saw millions of people killed — at least 6 million of them at Hitler’s hand because of their race — and so much damage that the cost is incalculable. Khogali however, was given the Pam McConnell Award for Young Women in Leadership in 2018. The same exact words, such different reactions.
This is an uncomfortable subject for most. The basic definition of eugenics is to discourage or prevent people with “undesirable genetic defects” from reproducing while encouraging those who have “inheritable desirable traits” to have children. In other words, define a subgroup of the human race, identify them and exterminate them.
Margaret Sanger, who founded Planned Parenthood and championed the idea of preventing “undesirables” from procreating, in 1919, stated, “… I personally believe in the sterilization of the feebleminded, the insane, and the syphilitic.” Meaning Blacks in her case.
Some claim that calling Sanger a eugenicist is just hyperbole employed by the alt-Right to try to denigrate the Left. However, none other than Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the case of Box v. Planned Parenthood of Indiana, described Sanger as such, in his concurring opinion.
Why inject Sanger into a story about Khogali? To show that Progressive Liberals are willing to overlook behavior and ideology that would otherwise be considered crimes against humanity when it fits their agenda.
When all is said and done, one must really consider the true motivations behind the BLM movement, not just at the surface. Of course, black lives do indeed matter. But has the movement been subverted? Does digging just a little deeper bring uncomfortable questions to the surface? How much are they willing to overlook to achieve their ends, and what exactly are those ends?
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