BLM Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield: When Black Lives Matter Means Profiting from African Child Slavery…….


BLM are flat-out Marxists who couldn’t give a crap about black lives…


When Black Lives Matter Means Profiting from African Child Slavery

Children were “beaten with whips,” “forced to sleep on the floor,” and “drink urine.”

It was a cold December day in Washington D.C. and Neal Katyal, Obama’s Solicitor General, was arguing with Justice Clarence Thomas, the great-grandson of a freed slave, about slavery.


Katyal was representing Nestle, the American subsidiary of a Swiss multinational, being sued by freed African child slaves for profiting from slavery, and Justice Thomas wasn’t having it. The two men, the consummate Democrat legal operative, who had been there for Bush v. Gore and defended ObamaCare before the Supreme Court, and the court’s only black justice descended from slaves, debated corporate liability for child slavery for a social justice company.


Nestle USA had responded to the Black Lives Matter race riots with “mandatory unconscious bias training” for its employees before going on to defend the company’s cocoa business from a lawsuit by freed child slaves who had been forced to work on plantations between the wages of 12 and 14, and were brutally beaten when they tried to escape.


The leadership of Nestle’s UK branch had urged, “I want people talking about race, about inequality and about why it should ever be called into question that black lives matter.”


Nestle’s version of black lives mattering allegedly meant African child slaves working fourteen hours a day on cocoa plantations, given “scraps of food to eat”, “beaten with whips and tree branches”, “forced to sleep on the floor”, and to “drink urine” if they tried to run away.

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