Black Lives Matter protesters aren’t just causing chaos in America. Now, they’ve gone worldwide.
The anti-police organization may have become infamous in the states for the damage, destruction, and murders that their supports have caused, but they’ve recently been making headlines around the world, as well. The latest Black Lives Matter incident comes from a town in France, which was set aflame after a protest turned violent.
The multi-day protest broke out after a Malian man died after being detained by the police. It follows in the footsteps of similar incidents in America surrounding Sandra Bland and Freddie Gray, both of which sparked protests despite the lack of evidence suggesting police misconduct.
Still, these facts never seem to matter to the supporters of Black Lives Matter. It seems any incident is merely an excuse to create more chaos and light things on fire.
Black Lives Matter is once again vandalizing a city and threatening its officers with violence after the death of a Black individual in police custody.
Multiple Black Lives Matter protesters have been arrested in France after demonstrations against the death of a Malian man in police custody left Beaumont-sur-Oise and other nearby towns in flames. Of those arrested, some are being charged with throwing incendiary objects at security forces and others for “trying to burn down” their towns.
Despite a huge police presence, Saturday marked a fifth night of violence in the Val d’Oise district after the death of Adama Traoré in police custody on Tuesday. During demonstrations against Mr. Traoré’s death, protesters, some wielding baseball bats, torched cars, petrol pumps, bins, and piles of rubbish. Buildings were also set alight, including a large warehouse in Persan, near Beaumont-sur-Oise.
On Thursday Beaumont-sur-Oise mayor Nathalie Groux, condemned the behaviour of some of the protesters, saying it would not solve anything.
The protesters even attempted to set the city’s town hall on fire, which further proves that the organization is more content with destroying institutions than reforming them with reasonable policy.