THOUGHT POLICE: Miss Swimsuit UK stripped of title for saying All Lives Matter

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(Natural News) A British personality who last year earned the title of Miss Swimsuit U.K. has been stripped of her honor and award after recently posting on social media that All Lives Matter.

Jasmine Archer-Jones, 23, from Chester, has had her crown taken away, and her reputation and dignity dragged through the mud, all because she does not agree with the anti-White sentiments of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, which insists that only Black lives matter.

Archer-Jones, who moved to Texas this past year after winning her title, took to Facebook to air her grievances over all that is happening in response to the news that George Floyd had died due to “racism.”

“This is ridiculous now,” she wrote in a June 3 post. “It HAS to STOP. ALL lives matter, if you look deeply into statistics, more UNARMED WHITE people DIED than BLACK last year.”

“Yes some people may say George Floyd died when he was innocent but I am yet to see hard evidence of this,” she further added.

Archer-Jones also stated “controversially” that there is video footage of George Floyd refusing to get out of his car after officers presented him with search warrants. This, she wrote, necessitated the officers using “whatever means necessary to restrain the person.”

Just a few weeks after this, Archer-Jones boyfriend, U.S.-based talent agency boss Todd Markey, put up a photo of White BLM protesters making a scene in the streets, along with the caption:

“White guilt is real. White privilege is a leftist lie.”

“Couldn’t have said it better myself,” Markey wrote in his own caption to the photo, which was eventually leaked to the media, triggering the outrage mob to demand that Archer-Jones be stripped of her title for “wrongthink.”


Miss Swimsuit U.K. has officially removed Archer-Jones from its website, meaning she is no longer listed as having won anything in the competition or even having participated in it.

The competition also took issue with Archer-Jones, suggesting that George Floyd may have had drugs in his system at the time when he was arrested and later died at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.

Differences of opinion are no longer tolerable in this new world order

Markey, we have learned, is a President Trump-supporting father of two who lived in South Africa as a child, and there learned how to speak Afrikaans. He has been an outspoken critic of the BLM “protests,” calling them out for their violence and destruction against innocent Americans.

Also last month, Markey put up a photo of Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo and the city’s mayor Sylvester Turner “prancing around with their arms locked together” with BLM protesters.

“So if these sprinkle **** are out frolicking like a bunch of happy go lucky **** nuts … Why are the rest of the hard working people in this city being forced to stay home or close their businesses?” Markey asked in a social media post.

“I’m starting to see the picture here … and I am guessing rules don’t apply to certain people’s agendas.”

As it turns out, Miss Swimsuit U.K. is a proud supporter of BLM, which is why it acted swiftly to cancel Archer-Jones from ever having participated in its competition. The group also successfully bullied Archer-Jones into removing the post, after which it canceled her anyway.

“This is war on white people,” wrote one Daily Mail Online commenter in response to the news.

“I guess some people can’t handle the truth,” wrote another. “If I [were] a sponsor for that pageant, I would immediately pull my funding.”

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