Black Lives Matter has Toronto on the run

In Toronto this summer, Black Rage is confronting White Guilt and Black Rage is winning.

The town’s in a tizzy over the relatively recent arrival of a Toronto chapter of the U.S.-based Black Lives Matter movement.

That has the city’s elites — from Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to Toronto Mayor John Tory — walking around on eggshells, trying not to offend the BLMers.

Which is pointless because BLM lives in a permanent state of taking offence over the fact that, in its view, our society is systemically racist towards blacks and other people of colour, and if you disagree, it’s because you’re a racist.