The Rude News website mentions a really nasty, black racist [or is it?] website called "The Black Foot Soldiers Network." The site is filled with some really incendiary hate against white people, especially white cops. However, The Rude News says the site is bogus, set up by liberals to bait conservatives.
Whoever creates these websites may have another reason too, to try and pump up some white rage against black people, in effect, to manufacture some white racism through outrageous propaganda. Another possibility is that the website creators are white racists who are trying to create a "Protocol of the Elders of Zion" document for black people. (The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a fake document allegedly written by Jews outlining their "evil plans to take over the world.")
A writer named Nicholas Stix, who writes for VDare and a whole tub full of other publications states categorically that the "Black Footsoldiers Network" is phony. Don't get yourself all lathered up in a rant, as that is the purpose of the phony website. You lose your temper, say something regrettable and find it quoted back to you to prove you are a "racist." Really dirty pool, but that's the way the Left rolls.
Stix points out that a number of conservative blogs have been taken in, and conservative denunciations of the suspect site have gone viral. Michelle Malkin would be the latest.
As journalist Robert Stacy McCain has said many times, you must check out a story to be sure it is factual and true, e.g., if your mother says she loves you, check it out. I would like to see more research into this group and website to see who is really behind it and to uncover their motivations. Unfortunately, there is little to nothing about them on the web, which tends to corroborate Stix's assertion that they are a nonexistent group.
Thanks to the Rude News for bringing this to my attention.
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