Those tweets are worth the read. Spot on apart from the logical likelihood would soon be considered legitimate targets by a whites who‘ve finally realised just how much the cosmopolitan media hates them.Apparently the counter-protestors in London were able to hold their ground for most of the day and the BLMers were diverted from routes that took them near the monuments, when everyone was going home however many lone travellers were attacked by mobs of urban youths. I haven't seen any of these incidents in the media but webms can be found on 4chan, some are quite violent and disturbing though.
Doubtlessly the BBC and the newspapers will report on 'far-right thuggery' and there were indisputably some unsavoury incidents on behalf of the counter-protestors, a video of a group of them walking through Hyde Park trashing families having picnics was particarly unpleasant.
All in all it's hard to say who 'won' this round, though I have to say this week I have seen a lot more people on social media in the UK being vocal about their disagreement with the BLMers.
A centrist commentator wrote a thread on twitter saying that he fears the left have overreached here: