In the following are links to videos and articles focusing on various aspects of the damage done by the Progressive Left to minority communities. Some of the links deal specifically with the Leftist sponsored racial unrest and violence in the US following the tragic death of Floyd George on May 25, 2020. Emphasis is placed on viewing that unrest in the context of Leftist opportunism rather than concerns for the black community. The most important voices to be carefully listened to are NOT the Leftists, but rather the black conservatives, those following in the steps of pioneer conservatives such as Thomas Sowell, Walter E. Williams and Shelby Steele.
Two Important Documentaries from a Conservative Black Perspective
Eric Metaxas Interviews
A new Christian turned activist provides compelling rationale for publicly opposing the Black Lives Matter movement.
Comparing BLM and similar with the Jonestown disaster from the 1970s (also, Metaxas interview with Daniel Flynn, author of “Cult City”).
Discussion with former Australian deputy prime ministry John Anderson.
Miscellaneous Conservative Voices on Race
PragerU’s Will Witt discusses Black Lives Matter with Derryk Green.
PragerU’s Will Witt discusses contemporary racial issues with Carol Swain.
On Rubin Report, Coleman Hughes makes the case to discount the existence of “Systemic Racism” in the US.
A discussion of contemporary racial issues frm a realistic conservative perspective.
Black Lives Matter co-founder admits without apology that the organization is build on Marxist principles.
The conclusion in 2015 is that not many black lives matter to the BLM movement.
Dr. Jordan B. Peterson’s presentation served as a pillar to the overall theme of the conference: Understanding the Causes of Things. He presented the case for taking personal responsibility over blaming others for one’s personal status in life. He stated that the accusation of “white privilege” is a fertile fallacy wrapped in the self-righteous robes of “social justice” as it reduces cultural and social issues down to immutable characteristics as opposed to individual decisions and responsibilities.
Candace decries the celebrity status in the black community given to people who are dreadful role models for youth.
A collection of video clips about Candace Owens background, including her husband George Farmer.
She is not intiminated with “gotcha” attempts to smear her by Democrat committee members. She cites fatherlessness as the number 1 problem in the black community, and white supremacy not even in the top 100 list of problems.
Encouraging blacks and others to leave the Democrat party.
Clips from shows where she is interviewing a variety of guests.
Dr. Voddie Bauchman brings our first message by defining what “social justice” is by the definitions provided by the adherents of the movement. Dr. Baucham then provides a polemic from an orthodox Christian understanding of justice.