The ramifications of the anti-police, anti-white propaganda campaign surrounding Michael Brown’s killing are still unfolding.
As recently noted here, a couple of black parents in California have organized a Girl Scout-type group that focuses on “social justice”:
The troop, which wears berets similar to the ones worn by the Black Panthers, is called the “Radical Brownies.” Co-founder Marilyn Hollinquest is quoted as saying of the attire, “I think it’s very appropriate. A lot of the work the Black Panthers did was community oriented.” To the extent to which murder by committee can be called a community activity, she has a point.
Like the non-radical brownies, the radical troop can earn “merit” badges.
The first earned badge carries the image of a fist with the slogan “Black Lives Matter.”
The consequences of the brainwashing doesn’t stop there. In interviews, the girls expressed resentment against white police officers for killing blacks, including Brown.
I appeared recently on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” where I debated the question with apologist Jacques DeGraff of whether black children are being taught to resent and mistrust white people. Watch here:
Cross-posted at DeneenBorelli.com