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BLACK LIVES MATTER ANTI-POLICE BRUTALITY CRUSADE HIDES VIOLENT, MARXIST AGENDA

Post by antilib » Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:02 pm

July 27, 2020

Beyond Black Lives Matter’s drive to eliminate police brutality is a far more extensive leftist ideology that would upend American economic and social life, according to an examination of BLM leaders’ writings and interviews.

BLM’s principal founders have sought guidance from Karl Marx, Mao Zedong and Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro. One talks of the “psychosis of whiteness.”

BLM leaders say they want capitalism abolished. Sixty years since the civil rights era began, America is still a place where the state routinely oppresses Blacks, as the world seeks their “demise,” the group alleges.

“Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise,” the BLM website says.

BLM’s leader in Greater New York talks of pending violence.

“If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it,” Hawk Newsome said on Fox News.

BLM’s Philadelphia leader wants the police department gone and prisons emptied in five years.

An affiliated organization, Movement for Black Lives (M4BL), has developed a national platform that includes abolishing capitalism.

“We believe that prisons, police and all other institutions that inflict violence on Black people must be abolished and replaced by institutions that value and affirm the flourishing of Black lives,” M4BL says.

A BLM Los Angeles website lists 10 “teams” whose aims include bringing down President Trump (“Sacred Resistance”) and inserting BLM ideology into public education (“Youth Vanguard”).

“The Sacred Resistance Team was built following the installation of the 45th President of the United States in 2017, recognizing that the toppling of the White-supremacist patriarchal-heteronormative-capitalism that he embodied requires significant Spiritual work,” a BLM website says.

Three feminists — Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Opal Tometi and Alicia Garza — sparked the movement with three simple words on Facebook the day in July 2013 when a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman of murder. Mr. Zimmerman said he fatally shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in self-defense.
A year later, a white police officer’s killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and ensuing protests, shot BLM to new prominence.

Six years later, the May 25 death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody has mobilized BLM into a truly national movement. The liberal media and the Democratic Party offer little, if any, criticism of the weeks of violent protests that followed. Four Minneapolis police officers face criminal charges in Floyd’s death.

BLM says it uses “direct action” protests, not violence.

Conservatives, some on the streets with video equipment, say BLM supporters have taken part in looting, arson and rampant destruction of property in cities across America. A special tactic is to block roads, harass drivers and damage cars forced to stop, videos show.

A BLM chant at some protests — “pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon” — has been interpreted by some police and conservative activists as a call for violence against officers.

BLM’s economic message is clear: the end of capitalism. What would replace it under BLM policy is unclear. There is an embrace of 19th century communism founder Karl Marx and his anti-capitalist views.

“Black lives can’t matter under capitalism,” Ms. Garza told SF Weekly in 2015. “They’re like oil and water.”

Her Black Lives Matter profile states that “as a #$@#% Black woman, Garza’s leadership and work challenge the misconception that only cisgender [gender at birth] Black men encounter police and state violence.”

Ms. Tometi, who heads a Black immigrant rights group, has endorsed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Critics say his brand of police state socialism and reliance on communist Cuba has plunged the country into rampant poverty, unemployment, food shortages and a huge spike in homicides.

Ms. Tometi, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, honored Mr. Maduro when he visited Harlem in 2015 during a United Nations conference in New York City. That December, she visited Mr. Maduro’s country and tweeted, “Currently in Venezuela. Such a relief to be in a place where there is intelligent political discourse.”

This month, the “virtual” U.S. Embassy issued a statement on the killing of a Venezuelan opposition activist: “This senseless killing is continued evidence that Maduro will continue to kill his people, steal from the Venezuelan nation, and lie to the world to stay in Miraflores Palace.”

The Black Lives Matter profile for Ms. Cullors says: “Patrisse recently toured her multimedia performance art piece, ‘POWER: From the Mouths of the Occupied,’ a gripping performance piece highlighting the impact of mass criminalization and state violence in Black communities across the United States.”

Ms. Cullors, whose active Twitter page is encouraging unrest in Portland, Oregon, has been open about her admiration of Marxism.

“We actually do have an ideological frame,” she said on The Real News Network. “Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on sort of ideological theories.”

In her memoir, “When They Call You a Terrorist,” she says, “I read, I study, adding Mao, Marx and Lenin to my knowledge …”

She adds the names of late writer Audre Lorde, who described herself as “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” and of bell hooks, the pen name of feminist writer Gloria Jean Watkins, a college professor who writes of the “white-supremacist-capitalist patriarchy.”

Ms. Cullors’ constant mentor is longtime community organizer Eric Mann, now 77, a leader of the Weathermen terrorist group in the late 1960s. Early in life he was sentenced to two years in prison after being arrested on attempted murder and anarchy charges.

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Post by KC_ » Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:10 pm

antilib wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:02 pm
July 27, 2020

Beyond Black Lives Matter’s drive to eliminate police brutality is a far more extensive leftist ideology that would upend American economic and social life, according to an examination of BLM leaders’ writings and interviews.

BLM’s principal founders have sought guidance from Karl Marx, Mao Zedong and Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro. One talks of the “psychosis of whiteness.”

BLM leaders say they want capitalism abolished. Sixty years since the civil rights era began, America is still a place where the state routinely oppresses Blacks, as the world seeks their “demise,” the group alleges.

“Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise,” the BLM website says.

BLM’s leader in Greater New York talks of pending violence.

“If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it,” Hawk Newsome said on Fox News.

BLM’s Philadelphia leader wants the police department gone and prisons emptied in five years.

An affiliated organization, Movement for Black Lives (M4BL), has developed a national platform that includes abolishing capitalism.


Six years later, the May 25 death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody has mobilized BLM into a truly national movement. The liberal media and the Democratic Party offer little, if any, criticism of the weeks of violent protests that followed. Four Minneapolis police officers face criminal charges in Floyd’s death.

BLM says it uses “direct action” protests, not violence.

Conservatives, some on the streets with video equipment, say BLM supporters have taken part in looting, arson and rampant destruction of property in cities across America. A special tactic is to block roads, harass drivers and damage cars forced to stop, videos show.

A BLM chant at some protests — “pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon” — has been interpreted by some police and conservative activists as a call for violence against officers.

BLM’s economic message is clear: the end of capitalism. What would replace it under BLM policy is unclear. There is an embrace of 19th century communism founder Karl Marx and his anti-capitalist views.

“Black lives can’t matter under capitalism,” Ms. Garza told SF Weekly in 2015. “They’re like oil and water.”

Her Black Lives Matter profile states that “as a #$@#% Black woman, Garza’s leadership and work challenge the misconception that only cisgender [gender at birth] Black men encounter police and state violence.”

Ms. Tometi, who heads a Black immigrant rights group, has endorsed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Critics say his brand of police state socialism and reliance on communist Cuba has plunged the country into rampant poverty, unemployment, food shortages and a huge spike in homicides.

Ms. Tometi, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, honored Mr. Maduro when he visited Harlem in 2015 during a United Nations conference in New York City. That December, she visited Mr. Maduro’s country and tweeted, “Currently in Venezuela. Such a relief to be in a place where there is intelligent political discourse.”

This month, the “virtual” U.S. Embassy issued a statement on the killing of a Venezuelan opposition activist: “This senseless killing is continued evidence that Maduro will continue to kill his people, steal from the Venezuelan nation, and lie to the world to stay in Miraflores Palace.”

The Black Lives Matter profile for Ms. Cullors says: “Patrisse recently toured her multimedia performance art piece, ‘POWER: From the Mouths of the Occupied,’ a gripping performance piece highlighting the impact of mass criminalization and state violence in Black communities across the United States.”

Ms. Cullors, whose active Twitter page is encouraging unrest in Portland, Oregon, has been open about her admiration of Marxism.

“We actually do have an ideological frame,” she said on The Real News Network. “Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on sort of ideological theories.”

In her memoir, “When They Call You a Terrorist,” she says, “I read, I study, adding Mao, Marx and Lenin to my knowledge …”

She adds the names of late writer Audre Lorde, who described herself as “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” and of bell hooks, the pen name of feminist writer Gloria Jean Watkins, a college professor who writes of the “white-supremacist-capitalist patriarchy.”

Ms. Cullors’ constant mentor is longtime community organizer Eric Mann, now 77, a leader of the Weathermen terrorist group in the late 1960s. Early in life he was sentenced to two years in prison after being arrested on attempted murder and anarchy charges.

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Re: BLACK LIVES MATTER ANTI-POLICE BRUTALITY CRUSADE HIDES VIOLENT, MARXIST AGENDA

Post by antifa » Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:15 pm

KC_ wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:10 pm
antilib wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 11:02 pm
July 27, 2020

Beyond Black Lives Matter’s drive to eliminate police brutality is a far more extensive leftist ideology that would upend American economic and social life, according to an examination of BLM leaders’ writings and interviews.

BLM’s principal founders have sought guidance from Karl Marx, Mao Zedong and Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro. One talks of the “psychosis of whiteness.”

BLM leaders say they want capitalism abolished. Sixty years since the civil rights era began, America is still a place where the state routinely oppresses Blacks, as the world seeks their “demise,” the group alleges.

“Black Lives Matter is an ideological and political intervention in a world where Black lives are systematically and intentionally targeted for demise,” the BLM website says.

BLM’s leader in Greater New York talks of pending violence.

“If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it,” Hawk Newsome said on Fox News.

BLM’s Philadelphia leader wants the police department gone and prisons emptied in five years.

An affiliated organization, Movement for Black Lives (M4BL), has developed a national platform that includes abolishing capitalism.


Six years later, the May 25 death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody has mobilized BLM into a truly national movement. The liberal media and the Democratic Party offer little, if any, criticism of the weeks of violent protests that followed. Four Minneapolis police officers face criminal charges in Floyd’s death.

BLM says it uses “direct action” protests, not violence.

Conservatives, some on the streets with video equipment, say BLM supporters have taken part in looting, arson and rampant destruction of property in cities across America. A special tactic is to block roads, harass drivers and damage cars forced to stop, videos show.

A BLM chant at some protests — “pigs in a blanket, fry ‘em like bacon” — has been interpreted by some police and conservative activists as a call for violence against officers.

BLM’s economic message is clear: the end of capitalism. What would replace it under BLM policy is unclear. There is an embrace of 19th century communism founder Karl Marx and his anti-capitalist views.

“Black lives can’t matter under capitalism,” Ms. Garza told SF Weekly in 2015. “They’re like oil and water.”

Her Black Lives Matter profile states that “as a #$@#% Black woman, Garza’s leadership and work challenge the misconception that only cisgender [gender at birth] Black men encounter police and state violence.”

Ms. Tometi, who heads a Black immigrant rights group, has endorsed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Critics say his brand of police state socialism and reliance on communist Cuba has plunged the country into rampant poverty, unemployment, food shortages and a huge spike in homicides.

Ms. Tometi, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants, honored Mr. Maduro when he visited Harlem in 2015 during a United Nations conference in New York City. That December, she visited Mr. Maduro’s country and tweeted, “Currently in Venezuela. Such a relief to be in a place where there is intelligent political discourse.”

This month, the “virtual” U.S. Embassy issued a statement on the killing of a Venezuelan opposition activist: “This senseless killing is continued evidence that Maduro will continue to kill his people, steal from the Venezuelan nation, and lie to the world to stay in Miraflores Palace.”

The Black Lives Matter profile for Ms. Cullors says: “Patrisse recently toured her multimedia performance art piece, ‘POWER: From the Mouths of the Occupied,’ a gripping performance piece highlighting the impact of mass criminalization and state violence in Black communities across the United States.”

Ms. Cullors, whose active Twitter page is encouraging unrest in Portland, Oregon, has been open about her admiration of Marxism.

“We actually do have an ideological frame,” she said on The Real News Network. “Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on sort of ideological theories.”

In her memoir, “When They Call You a Terrorist,” she says, “I read, I study, adding Mao, Marx and Lenin to my knowledge …”

She adds the names of late writer Audre Lorde, who described herself as “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” and of bell hooks, the pen name of feminist writer Gloria Jean Watkins, a college professor who writes of the “white-supremacist-capitalist patriarchy.”

Ms. Cullors’ constant mentor is longtime community organizer Eric Mann, now 77, a leader of the Weathermen terrorist group in the late 1960s. Early in life he was sentenced to two years in prison after being arrested on attempted murder and anarchy charges.

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