In case you weren’t sure, The Black Lives Matter movement is not solely about race relations in the United States.
Rather it is a direct attack American values and everything America represents.
In an interview with The Real News Network, BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors declares that she and her partners are “trained Marxists.”
As chronicled by The Blaze:
“We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts,” the site states.
Black Lives Matter doesn’t specifically note that they are Marxists on its website, but one of the organization’s creators admitted that they subscribe to Karl Marx’s ideology. In a newly resurfaced video from 2015, Black Lives Matter Global Network co-founder Patrisse Cullors reveals that she and her fellow BLM creators are “trained Marxists.”
“Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists,” Cullors said in the 2015 interview. “We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories.”
Why does that sound familiar?
Connect with comrades on contexts? How poetic!
Whatever you say, Uncle Joe.
Good luck finding anything in the liberal mainstream media which discusses the Marxist origins of BLM.
But the clues are around if we look.
That gem is taken straight out of the "What We Believe" section of the Black Lives Matter website.
Anyone who has seen "Leave It To Beaver" knows that the concept of the nuclear family was the cornerstone of American community in the post WWII era.
Undermining the unity of the nuclear family was a key strategy for Marxists looking to disrupt American social stability and increase dependence on the state.
Now consider the destruction of monuments going on around the country.
The destruction of symbols antithetical to Marxism is another calling card of The Great Leap Forward that BLM & Co. are attempting to establish in America.
Breitbart also covered the recent unearthing of the interview:
We don’t necessarily want to be the vanguard of this movement,” Cullors continued. “I think we’ve tried to put out a political frame that’s about centering who we think are the most vulnerable amongst the black community, to really fight for all of our lives.”
Cullors went on to say in 2015 that she believed “we have some clear direction around where we want to take this movement,” adding at the time that she did not believe “it’s going to fizzle out.”
The question regarding a larger ideological presence within the Black Lives Matter movement was asked of Cullors in response to criticism from Jalil Abdul Muntaqim, a prisoner who, along with two others, was convicted of killing two police officers in Harlem in 1971.
BLM and their affiliates are dangerous groups and a threat to American democracy.
They do not support the values this country was founded on and want to see it destroyed and remade in their own dismal Marxist image.