This popped up on my Nextdoor app. It was posted by a middle aged white lady whose profession is listed as "babysitter" and her profile is all hidden and top secret. I've come to my own judgements based on this info but I'd rather others come to their own conclusions. Anyway, the post: I'm not dismissing the BLM movement at all, in fact I think that with the appropriate actions and ideas it could change our society in many positive ways, but this white knighting, self serving, "look neighbours, I'm doing my bit without actually achieving anything or contributing anything" attitude needs to stop. I did a bit more digging on this kneeling rubbish and found a few people commenting that all the people participating are all white middle aged people, supporting my beliefs that this is just a pointless, stupid waste of time which black people don't need. Being black isn't a disability, these people didn't lose limbs or loved ones due to conscription, they were treated crap by largely white societies in history which is something we all need to put behind us and move forward, learning from the mistakes of the past and celebrating this new way of life, encouraging those of have suffered at the hands of persecution to be their best, discover their untapped talents and become successful. But no, let's patronize these people and "take a knee", that's going to make a difference isn't it. I despair, honestly. It's getting harder and harder to bite my tongue, I'm well aware that if I speak out against these people I'll be told I'm the problem and I'll be vilified on social media by all the unemployed, time rich, terminally offended, uneducated, brainless idiots that inhabit it. It's literally a case of "go with it or be the problem", you can't say anything anymore, it's ridiculous. I wonder how many of these people have actually done something to make an actual difference. I'm gonna have a guess and say none.