A radical activist who is a U.K. leader in a Black Lives Matter-inspired group who is considered a Black Panther is now wanting a race offender registry to dox anyone who dares to disagree with minorities.
Crazy Registry Proposed
The registry would consist of a national database of any person “accused” or “charged” with racism. This agenda would also make it to where those who were accused could not get certain jobs and could not live near people of color.
Sasha Johnson refers to herself as the “Black Panther of Oxford” and is the leading voice for calling for the registry. She was continuously spotted at BLM protests across the United Kingdom that took place this year.
Radical BLM Leader Making Waves
She spoke to crowds “wearing camouflage trousers, a black beret and a stab-proof-style vest,” the Daily Mail reported.
26-year-old Johnson said that the race registry would be a lot like sex offender registries which would also include a category for “microaggressions.” This is perceived discrimination against minority groups even if nothing was done intentionally.
So in theory, if a person of color accuses a white person of anything, then the white person could face having their lives ruined even if nothing happened.
No Proof Needed to Ruin Someone
“It’s similar to the sex offenders register,” Johnson told the Mail. “If you were to be racially abusive to someone, [the register] would question whether someone is fit enough to hold a particular job where their bias could influence another person’s life.”
“A lot of racism happens at work and places of education in a micro-aggressive way. If you exhibit an element of bias at work, you should probably receive a warning first [before later being added to the register] so people know in future that you hold these views,” she added.
The registry would also ban people from living in certain places.
“If you live in a majority-colored neighborhood you shouldn’t reside there because you’re a risk to those people – just like if a sex offender lived next to a school he would be a risk to those children,’ she told the outlet.