In the below thread.
Note the necessity of assuming ill motives for questioning BLM. A not uncommon approach in progressive discourse. It doesn't seem to occur to her that many think it's heads-up-a-donkey's-derriere stupid to enshrine in future generations the idea that saying All Lives Matter is a bad thing. Which is only another generation away from being convinced all lives couldn't possibly matter since saying they do is obviously wicked and evil. Which is one more generation from the pressing need to discuss just which lives logically don't matter.
But that couldn't be. It has to be that people disagree with BLM for some deficiency of character. To her credit, she doesn't lean on the idea that anyone questioning BLM or wanting to say All Lives Matter must be racist. That's it's own level of stupidity. She leaves it with assuming some degree of cowardice, or perhaps political prejudice.
For the record, I think black and white lives matter, as I think Asian lives matter, Hispanic lives matter, poor lives matter, rich lives matter, Muslim lives matter, Jewish lives matter, Socialist lives matter, MAGA lives matter, Donald Trump lives matter, President Biden lives matter, Christian lives matter, even Baptist lives matter. And that's just the tipping point.
I'm that much of a radical. I'm sure Ms. Eden agrees with me. Or I hope she does. Because if we're already told not to say All Lives Matter, and then become further chastised for pointing out the wide range of lives that do matter, then it won't be generations we have to wait to see which lives are determined not to matter at all. We'll already be seeing it.
I will point out one queer statement she made above. She says some who call themselves pro-life sin by committing murder. She then says yet Catholics still call themselves pro-life. Theologically that's a train wreck approach to reasoning. I'm not sure what she even means. If she was typing it while driving on the freeway during rush hour in a hailstorm it might explain it. But I can't fathom what she means by some professed pro-lifers sin and commit murder and other crimes, thus it's bad Catholics call themselves pro-life? I was going to respond with a quip until I realized I couldn't come close to guessing what she is getting at.
UPDATE: It's sad isn't it:
I know she must feel brave and quite the crusader, but for those who live outside the Matrix, we can see it for what it is.