Calling the police on black thieves who rob businesses is now “racist”


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(Natural News) Black Lives Matter (BLM) “protesters” are continuing to rob luxury stores in New York City without consequence, all because the high-end brands do not want to be accused of committing “racism” against blacks.

Celine, a fancy clothing store, has reportedly been robbed and looted multiple times since early summer, the most recent instance resulting in the theft of more than $1.5 million worth of merchandise. The store has done nothing in response, though, because it wants to avoid potentially going “viral” on social media for offending its new demographic of “shoppers.”

Prada, Moncler, Dior, Balenciaga, and many other high-end brands face similar patterns of property crime, some getting hit “every week” by BLM “shoppers” who loot their stores dry. And like Celine, they are all staying silent to appease the “social justice” mob, which insists that blacks should be allowed to steal whatever they want in order to rectify “white privilege.”

Despite facing a downward spiral of merchandise loss and plummeting profits, these and other high-end retailers have no choice, politically speaking, other than to watch their businesses fail at the hands of looters who, in many cases, are returning to the same stores week after week to thieve expensive goods.

“If they [store personnel] stop them and say anything in the store before they’ve left the building, then it often gets turned into a racial accusation,” one unnamed store source told the media, adding that these brands are telling their employees “to walk away.”

“They don’t want to be the next Instagram video claiming they are a racist brand,” this same source added.

By the way, you can find more related news about Black Lives Matter and Antifa at CivilWar.news.

Police sergeant says BLM mobs are “bulldozing” high-end stores, “grabbing as much as their arms can hold”

Because the “protesters” looting these stores tend to take off in expensive luxury vehicles, observers increasingly say that the issue is no longer – if it ever even was – about class warfare, but rather about anarchy.

The Moncler store on Prince Street, for instance, has been robbed on multiple occasions, the most recent involving “16 to 20 people” who stole “more than $50,000” worth of merchandise, including $2,000 down jackets.

A law enforcement source told the media that this crew of “shoppers” took off in “a white Jaguar and a black Audi.” There was also a lookout present to ensure that the operation went without a hitch, demonstrating that this is organized, well-coordinated crime taking place under the guise of “fighting racism.”

According to New York Police Department (NYPD) Sgt. Joseph Imperatrice, “mobs of young, transient groups” have “bulldozed through aisles grabbing as much as their arms can hold.”

“Looter in SoHo are pulling up in expensive cars (which they own) and looting the whole place,” noted Ian Miles Cheong, editor-in-chief of Gameranx, on his Twitter account about the phenomenon.

So, when they are not destroying and burning to the ground black-owned businesses, these BLM “protesters” are ransacking high-end stores in exclusive NYC neighborhoods, simply because they can in the age of extreme political correctness.

“The looting in SoHo is quite an elaborate scheme,” added Myles N. Miller, a WNBC-TV reporter, on his Twitter account.

“[I]t’s a complicated web of cars with out-of-state plates, the use of @Revel scooters, @CitiBikeNYC’s and @Uber’s to get away. But most what [I]’ve observed have been walking away with the goods in hand past cops.”

Unless these businesses grow a spine – or better yet, unless New York’s government starts taking the threat of BLM and Antifa terrorism seriously – such chaos will only continue. And it will also spread, it is important to note.

Sources for this article include:

ZeroHedge.com

NaturalNews.com


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