DAILYKENN.com -- Telling the truth about non-white savagery is the moral equivalent of strapping suicide bombs on little black girls and sending them into a crowded Nigerian market?
That's a false equivalent.
It demonstrates the twisted thinking of cultural Marxism.
From theguardian.com ▼
The co-founder of the #AfricanGangs campaign says widespread media coverage connecting crime to people of African descent in Melbourne was akin to “media terrorism”.
Speaking at a forum on the so-called “African gang crisis” at the Immigration Museum in Melbourne on Monday, Natalina Andrew said she used the term because “they are trying to terrorise my community.”
She cited the example of teenagers allegedly being provoked by a Daily Mail photographer, an incident that was criticised by Victoria police.
“We panic when it’s 6pm or 6.30pm, time for the current affairs or the news,” she said at the Monash University forum. “We call each other and say: what are they saying about us, are they talking about African people … The end of your bulletin is the start of our nightmare. We go to bed and we have nightmares.”
Andrew and co-founder Maker Mayek started the #AfricanGangs social media campaign in protest against weeks of one-dimensional media coverage of so-called street gangs of South Sudanese youths.
Both are of South Sudanese descent.
Andrew said the campaign started as a way to “fight back” against media coverage, which was grouping gatherings of young South Sudanese people into “gangs”.
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