Black Lives Matter leader resigns, but radical Marxist agenda will continue
Over the past 10 months, Patrisse Cullors has led the main group Black Lives Matters to significant success: amassing a $ 100 million war chest, getting a bill presented to Congress, and critical racial theory programs distributed to of unsuspecting children in 14,000 School districts, and achieve enough cultural cachet to be associated with the musical “Hamilton”. Yet the avowed Marxist suddenly resigned last week.
The reasons for his resignation are unknown and may never be. The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the main organization known as Black Lives Matter, had full transparency of the Kremlin during the Brezhnev years.
In her resignation video, Cullors said she was stepping down as the group’s executive director to spend more time with her family (her 5-year-old son) – a statement that shows just how far the radical group has come for to be part of the political furniture. .
If that had been said by a bald white politician from Owatonna, the press would be busy looking for embezzlement or at least a mistress. As it stands, CNN ran an article that looked like a press release from BLM GNF headquarters.
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In fact, Cullors resigned amid allegations of financial improprieties, criticism of her purchase of million dollar homes and a radical left turn that saw her ask not just two months ago. the suppression of the police force, but also of the prisons, the prisons and the justice system. All of this led to strong public support for BLM.
Cullors has had a tumultuous 10 months as executive director of BLM GNF, a July 2020 appointment that, with typical opacity, was announced in September.
Financial allegations are what one would expect. In April, the New York Post reported that in 2019, a lobbying group co-founded by Cullors “distributed $ 346,558 – more than a quarter of its budget – to companies controlled by Khan-Cullors and his wife, as well as to writer Asha Bandele and Damon Turner, his father young son. ” The Post cited “PAC campaign finance statements obtained by The Post.”
Activists have also complained to NBC that the money BLM has raised over its more than seven years of existence, but especially since BLM staged nationwide protests and riots after George’s murder. Floyd last year, should have gone to black families.
“This is the most tragic aspect,” Reverend T. Sheri Dickerson, chief of a BLM branch in Oklahoma City, told NBC. “I know some (of the families) feel exploited, their pain exploited.”
Instead, the Post reported that Cullors had embarked on a home buying frenzy that saw her snatch up four high-end homes with a total value of $ 3.2 million. Typically, the headline of the newspaper read “Black Lives Mansions”.
This opulent lifestyle did not in any way diminish the communist instincts of the woman who once described herself as a “trained Marxist” (which is true: she was recruited and trained by Eric Mann, a former member. of the Weather Underground terrorist group which is still seeking global revolution)
In February, Cullors released a video that enveloped BLM GNF under the banner of “abolition”. If this sounds strange, since this goal was achieved by Lincoln in 1863, it is because, when used by the Communists, abolition means something else.
In fact, Cullors described the radical goal this way: “Abolition is getting rid of the police, the jails and jails, the surveillance and the courts.
As Grove City College professor Paul Kengor writes in “The Devil and Karl Marx,” “The word ‘abolition’ is omnipresent in Marx’s writings. [Marx scholar] Robert Payne noted, the word almost seems to jump off every page of the Manifesto. “And after having ‘abolished’ property, family, nations and all existing societies, Marx shows little interest in creating a new society on the ruins of the old one. ”
Just to make sure everyone got it, Cullors in his February video praised his mentor, Angela Davis, as one of his “favorite abolitionists.” Davis, you will recall, ran for Vice President twice on the Communist Party ticket and was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize by the ruthless East German regime.
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It’s not for nothing that BLM’s ratings are plummeting.
Apparently some of those well-meaning Americans who put BLM signs on their lawns have buyers remorse after learning about the true nature of BLM. However, they sent a lot of money in the meantime. A 2020 Impact Report released this year indicated that the organization had raised more than $ 90 million in 2020 alone, and listed all the accomplishments – lobbying, “Hamilton” and so on.
It’s unclear if Cullors’ resignation means she will go missing. Along with Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi also committed Marxists, Cullors founded BLM in 2013 after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin. But even if she goes, don’t expect that to mean a softening of BLM’s drastic agenda. It’s cooked.