DAILYKENN.com -- Black lives matter to the far left, but only when the loss of life can be exploited to advance Marxism.
Nearly all are aware of the 17 students murdered in Parkland, Florida.
Few remember the 148 black students who were gunned down at the Garissa University College at Garissa, Kenya in 2015.
Meanwhile, back in the USA, the far left continues to focus on fake racism, micro-aggressions, the nearly-defunct Ku Klux Klan, and white privilege.
The largest threat to the safety of people of color worldwide is Islam. Muslims have committed 32,838 terrorist hate crimes since 9-11-2001 taking over 200,000 lives; nearly all of them people of color.
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On 2 April 2015, gunmen stormed the Garissa University College in Garissa, Kenya, killing 148 people, and injuring 79 or more. The militant group and Al-Qaeda offshoot, Al-Shabaab, which the gunmen claimed to be from, took responsibility for the attack. The gunmen took over 700 students hostage, freeing Muslims and killing those who identified as Christians. The siege ended the same day, when all four of the attackers were killed. Five men were later arrested in connection with the attack, and a bounty was placed for the arrest of a suspected organizer.
From CNN (April 4, 2015) ▼
When the gunmen stormed in, barefoot and barking in Swahili, student Hellen Titus scampered into a closet and stayed quiet.
Bullets whizzed past as her schoolmates fled in the dark. Gunshots pierced their heads, one after another.
In the chaos, Titus decided she was safer in the closet. But her refuge was short lived -- the gunmen who raided her college in the Kenyan town of Garissa on Thursday came for her an hour later.
They led her and dozens of other students into a community room normally used for viewing television.
Lie down, the attackers told them, lecturing them on how the Quran forbids the killing of women. They killed the men.
Not much later, they turned the weapons on the women.
"He was telling him, 'shoot them, shoot them'," she said of a terrorist.
Titus survived by smearing a friend's blood on her face and playing dead.
"I just rubbed myself, soaked myself with that blood," she said Friday at a makeshift center for evacuated students. "They skipped me."
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