Friday, April 8, 2016
Bill Clinton, BLM and The Sister Souljah Moment
Bill Clinton "punched to the Left" as he criticized Black Lives Matter for ignoring Black on Black violence. This was similar to what he did in 1992 when he criticized the rapper Sister Souljah for calling for the deaths of White people.
So the idea that the Let never "punches to the Left" is nonsense. If extremists on your side are beyond criticism, your group, or movement, will always become extreme. And most normal people don't want to be associated with extreme positions.
For example, the idea that White people have the right to life and self-determination is appealing to many normal Whites. But the idea that we must call Jews "kikes" and "Christ killers" has limited appeal. Such tactics are designed to keep a movement in the ghetto and seen as a joke by normal people. This is the primary reason that the ADL has been active in funding various "Nazi" groups and personalities. The goal is to associate all White Identity and the Alt Right with Hollywood Nazism to ensure that such a movement does not become mainstream.
The sociological reasons groups become extreme was explained in this study: