It is important for people to be aware of their surroundings, but more so, to be aware when you have hate groups who usually end up going to their jobs at some point, or other places where non-whites usually go. Just as the FBI has their Most Wanted posters of those we should be aware of, it was necessary for the public to be made aware of members of the white supremacist group that call themselves “White Lives Matter II”. The “II” are actually to signify two lightening bolts (a white supremacist hate symbol) but social media doesn’t recognize lightening bolts so the group chose to use the double I’s. Cute, huh?
QUICK UPDATE ABOUT THE BLM COUNTER PROTEST OCT. 1, 2016
The White Lives Matter group initially protested at the NAACP Houston Chapter on a Sunday afternoon when the business was CLOSED. Black Lives Matter Houston chose to not counter that protest however when WLM decided to protest at the Anti Defamation League, BLMHOU decided to step up and counter this time around. Both the NAACP Houston Chapter and the Anti Defamation League here in Houston have NOT graced their support to Black Lives Matter/Black Lives Matter Houston. The NAACP held a press conference the day following the WLM protest asking for money. A journalist/writer for Free Press Houston even attempted to get a straight answer from James Douglas, President of the NAACP Houston Chapter concerning the support for BLM Houston and she was met with deflected answers, never getting the answer that was desired. But again, they had no problem asking that money be sent to continue to support the NAACP so they could continue to combat racism, etc, although the NAACP has been extremely quiet concerning police violence in the Houston and surrounding areas. The protest was about BLACK LIVES MATTER. Had the WLM group been smart and actually done some research, they would have learned that BLM Houston held their own protest against the NAACP earlier in the year after the ALEX Award was given to Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson who has built her career on incarcerating black men and women. WLM has yet to do proper research, like the NAACP, the Anti Defamation League (ADL) has also been extremely quiet where it concerns support of Black Lives Matter Houston. This time around, BLM and other Houston groups were not going to let WLM host their action without a counter action. In front of the ADL, Houston police had both groups separated by barricades. In the middle originally, was media set between both groups in order to gain footage and obtain interviews from both sides until an organizer from Black Lives Matter Houston jumped the barricades and made his way over to the WLM group, who was taunting BLM activists like small children tend to do when they know they’re protected. Police ran to Greg Chatham, the BLM organizer, and had him placed back over the barricades without arrest. Later the same WLM children taunted two Black Panthers as they made their way back to their vehicles which nearly led to a brawl. Of course a few members of WLM stayed well behind the barricades but stood in place acting as if they were going to buck up to the two Panthers, knowing the police would protect Hitler’s minions. As the protest continued, both sides yelled back and forth. Most of the time WLM leader Ken Reed kept fiddling with the siren on his bullhorn, seemingly more interested in playing with his toy rather than to stand up and be a real man, facing the group he hates most. Cece Von Girton was seen dancing often when BLM would chant insults at the WLM group. The BLM side held at least 50 protesters while WLM was lucky if they had 15 participants. WLM initially set up the protest for 5.5 hours, hosting it on a Saturday, again when the business was CLOSED, from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. The WLM group decided to pack up their protest and leave close to 3 p.m. Black Lives Matter withstood the protest, refusing to stand down, refusing to be the first ones to depart. Days after, WLM took to social media, patting themselves on the back, one moment claiming a win over BLM but shortly after, they were pleading to the public that more people needed to show up to their events, and how they didn’t have a good turnout. Boo hoo.
We set out to build a family photo album detailing who each of these participants were, within White Lives Matter. Each of these photo’s were taken from every single Facebook account that belongs to the person listed below. None of the photo’s were altered as you will see. Many of them fit descriptions of meth heads or just a really bad scene taken out of the movie Deliverance or Wrong Turn. See for yourself.
Because Facebook originally BANNED me for sharing the family album using the Facebook photo upload, I felt it was better to group them here then share. Freedom of press? We shall see in the coming days whether Facebook will side with the Nazi group as they’ve been doing lately. On another note, the White Lives Matter II page looks to be taken down. There looks to be a WLM III page now up however it’s pretty buttoned up. Cowards generally don’t believe in being transparent but link here if you want to see why they’ve been labeled a hate group.
If you want to connect to Black Lives Matter Houston, link here:
If anything, I hope you enjoyed the family album! I’m sure we’ll be adding more family members here soon.