It was quite prominent for the 1st couple of days - when it stuck it to da man and when it was going to be a Utopia of religious ethnic sexual and gender freedom**They haven't gone away, you know...
After day 3 of course when it became a haven for criminality and the unwilling locals wanted them out and the police back - it got a stern ignoring because it didnt fit the we can all live in safety of you remove white institutions mantra.
It had all fallen apart by the time the BBC etc had stopped inferring anyone who disagreed with BLM as an organisation noting its far left anti capitalist agenda was a racist - and then informed us BLM was was an unpleasant far left organisation high jacking concerns over racism. Thus avoiding the need to portray an ethnic minority in a negative light
Still they helped force the police to apologise for doing their job acting in a reasonable manner in the face of unreasonable behaviour and ensure the message that cops will only stop you if youre black remains engraved in the public conciousness
**Unless you were white in which case certain areas were black only safe spaces and whites were to refrain from recolonising spaces, and white people needed permission to film or take photos. (No really there were public notices to this effect). Oh and of course if you were white entering and leaving the zine you were subjected to az search
Yep the 1st thing the no Guns - No police - no wall and anti racial profiling crowd did was build a wall - create an armed security force and introduce racial profiling and laws on segregation
MLK must be up to about 37000 rpm