Are black people in the US used and manipulated by seemingly altruistic entities, groups, and individuals to support ulterior motives?

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•Companies that are pressured to put “black lives matter” on everything attached to them because they don’t want to loose money they get from black people.

•Celebrities that don’t want to loose that lucrative contract or opportunity by being seen as racist because they don’t publicly say “black lives matter,” so they say it even though they don’t really mean it and they don’t know what the movement is about.

•Politicians telling half truths and putting together the right scheme of words to summon up certain emotions from blacks to make them believe racism is rampant, police brutality against blacks are common, etc. These politicians want more votes and support, so they may fabricate things to get blacks on their side even if it causes the loss of lives and even if it’s not true.

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It’s clear that Black Lives Matter is not what the name implies. There seems to be some anarchistic/chaos element within it that doesn’t listen to reason and only wants to see the world burn and it’s going towards this by using black people. It’s not clear who the central leadership is, what they’re goals and purpose looks like, and how the money they earn is being spent.
18 d
There’s a ton of people who think they know what BLM means, but are unaware of the exact nucleus of the organization.

Who is going to disagree with “black lives matter?” Of course black lives matter.

It’s literally the perfect title to attract unquestionable support and those who question it are labeled “racist.”
Are black people in the US used and manipulated by seemingly altruistic entities, groups, and individuals to support ulterior motives?
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