OVER HUNDRED OF THOUSAND PETITION PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO MAKE BLACK LIVES MATTER A TERRORIST GROUP.


An online petition to U.S. President Barack Obama to categorise 'Black Lives Matter' campaign and movement as a terrorist organisation has gathered over 100,000 signatures.
So over hundred thousand 💩💩po*p💩💩 think it's terrorism to request for equal right and justice and all black lives matter do after anybody of the black race is killed is stage a peaceful march/protest.
By the way, I read (unverified) somewhere Alton Sterling is the 558th victim of police killings and that makes Philando Castile th 559th.
BLACK LIVES MATTER IS NOT A TERRORIST ORGANISATION - MARK ZUCKERBERG STATED WHAT IT IS HERE @ 'SAD PEOPLE'

This comes in the wake of five Police Officers being killed as retaliation after two black men Alton Sterling and Philando Castille were shot to death by Police Officers last week even when they posed no threats or commited any crimes.
The petition, hosted on the whitehouse.gov website, was created a day before the attack on police in Dallas, Texas.

Below is the definition of Terrorism and why fits in this category as written on the sadistic site.

     'Terrorism is defined as "the use of violence and intimidation in pursuit of political aims". This definition is the same definition used to declare ISIS and other groups as terrorist organizations. Black Lives Matter has earned this title due to it's actions in Ferguson, Baltimore and even at a Bernie Sanders rally, as well as all over the United States and Canada. It is time for the Pentagon to be consistent in its actions - and just as they rightfully declared ISIS a terror group, they must declare Black Lives Matter a terror group - on the grounds of principle, integrity, morality, and safety."

Petitions on the White House website need to reach 100,000 signatures in order to receive an official response. Consequently, at time of writing, over hundred signatures have been made.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson declined to define the massacre of five white police officers by a black man as a hate crime, and said that it is not reflective of movements like Black Lives Matter.

     "At a time like this when tensions are high, in the wake of events in Dallas and Baton Rouge and Minnesota and elsewhere, it's important to remember that just as the shooter on Thursday night is not reflective of the broader movement to bring about change in police practices that any police officer who engages in excessive force is not representative of the larger law enforcement community, which with increasing frequency, reflects the community at large," Johnson said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press"




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