Burn Loot and Murder
Black Lives Matter, which, under the guise of fighting racism, seeks to transform the United States into a communist dystopia. BLM's leaders openly admit that they want to abolish the nuclear family, police, prisons, and capitalism. BLM is a revolutionary anti-capitalist movement masquerading as a civil rights movement. Its focus on racial issues is a smokescreen for a much larger effort to completely dismantle the American economic, political and social systems and rebuild them from scratch — according to Marxist principles.
Black Lives Matter was advanced as Maoist black supremacy via inclusion of a Chinese Communist Third Worldist organization operating in the United States called Freedom Road Socialist Organization and Liberation Road.
The three founders of Black Lives Matter are Alicia Garza, Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Opal Tometi. Alicia Garza has held executive leadership positions in several Freedom Road socialist organizations including: Special project's director National Domestic Workers Alliance, Executive director POWER, Board member SOUL, 2011 Board Chair, RTTC. Opal Tometi is an executive director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration.
In December 2015 Black Lives Matter sent a delegation, headed by the organization’s co-founder, Opal Tometi, to act as observers during the Venezuelan Parliamentary elections of that year. The Maduro regime did not allow accreditation for observers from the Organization of American States, the UN, or the EU. The only accredited observers where from regimes and organizations friendly to the “revolutionary cause”.
Under Maduro scores of Venezuelans have been killed, not while resisting arrest, or while scuffling with the police in demonstrations, but by police snipers under orders to quell demonstrations by providing a few corpses. The best-known case is of former beauty queen, Genesis Carmona, killed by Maduro’s snipers in 2013, two years before Tometi publicly declared her deep admiration for Nicolas Maduro and his regime.
The “inspiration” behind the Black Lives Matter movement — the individual cited by its founder and regularly quoted by its supporters — is a convicted cop killer who is on the FBI’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list. In an article which details the philosophical foundation of ‘Black Lives Matter’, Garza cites: “Assata’s powerful demand in my organizing work.” Assata is a reference to Assata Shakur (member of terrorist group: Black Liberation Army), otherwise known as Joanne Deborah Chesimard, a radical feminist and Marxist revolutionary who escaped from prison in 1979 while serving a life sentence for the murder of New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster. On the night of May 2, 1973, Shakur, along with two other accomplices, killed Foerster execution-style at point-blank range during a routine traffic stop on the New Jersey Turnpike in East Brunswick.
For Shakur, the shooting was the culmination of years of militant radicalism during which she joined and left the Black Panther Party because it was not violent enough, before subsequently joining the Black Liberation Army, a domestic terror outfit responsible for bombings and assassinations throughout the 1970s which claimed the lives of 13 police officers. In 1971, Shakur also joined the Republic of New Afrika, a group committed to establishing a separatist black-ruled country within the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina. After escaping from jail with the aid of three members of the Black Liberation Army, Shakur was given political asylum in Communist Cuba where she still remains to this day despite numerous attempts to extradite her.
Garza is likewise a great admirer of Angela Davis (another Marxist and former Black Panther), Ella Baker (an avowed socialist who had ties to the Communist Party USA, NAACP and the Weather Underground), and Audre Lorde (a black Marxist lesbian, race mixing feminist):
At the Netroots nation convention, in Phoenix on July 2015 Patrisse Khan-Cullors extorted fellow blacks “to rise up” and “burn everything down”. She also said that the high incidence of black-on-black crime “is a myth”.
In March 2016, Fortune magazine named Garza and her two BLM co-founders to its list of the “50 of the most influential world leaders”.
Patrice Cullors, Tometi’s colleague in the founding of Black Lives Matter, has publicly admitted to being “a trained Marxist” and “we are super-versed in ideological theory”.
Incidently, when Hugo Chávez was running in his first successful presidential campaign, back in 1998, he was asked point-blank in several television interviews whether or not he was a communist. His reply was identical to the one given by Fidel Castro to Princeton University students during his visit to the United States in 1959: “I am a humanist”. Years later, on consolidating total power in his own hands, Chávez again emulated Fidel and confessed to being “a convinced follower of Marxist-Leninist ideology”.
Charitable, Corporate Supporters and Donors
Left-of-center foundations including the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Ford Foundation, as well as intermediaries including Thousand Currents, Borealis Philanthropy and the Alliance for Global Justice and have provided tens of millions of dollars to BLM and the Movement for Black Lives, an umbrella group that coordinates BLM activism.
In 2016, representatives of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement approached Thousand Currents for fiscal management and administrative assistance. This partnership led to a fiscal sponsorship agreement that launched the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation provided a three-year grant of $900,000 thorough Thousand Currents to help organize local BLM chapters.
As of 2020, convicted terrorist Susan Rosenberg still serves Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Thousand Currents, a non-profit foundation that sponsors the fundraising and performs administrative work for the Black Lives Matter Global Network, among other clients. Rosenberg was active in the far-left revolutionary terrorist May 19th Communist Organization (“M19CO”), which according to a contemporaneous FBI report “openly advocate[d] the overthrow of the U.S. Government through armed struggle and the use of violence”. M19CO provided support to an offshoot of the Black Liberation Army, including in armoured truck robberies, and later engaged in bombings of government buildings.
After living as a fugitive for two years, Rosenberg was arrested in 1984 while in possession of a large cache of explosives and firearms. She had also been sought as an accomplice in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur and in the 1981 Brink's robbery that resulted in the deaths of two police and a guard. Rosenberg was sentenced to 58 years' imprisonment on the weapons and explosives charges, she spent 16 years in prison before her sentence was commuted to time served by President Bill Clinton on January 20, 2001, his final day in office.
Rosenberg was also identified as a member of the Thousand Currents board of directors in the charity’s Form 990s submitted to the IRS for its 2016, 2017 and 2018 fiscal years, indicating that the former terrorist has been involved with the group for the entirety of its fiscal sponsorship arrangement with Black Lives Matter Global Foundation, which began in 2016. In addition to removing the page on its website disclosing Rosenberg as a member of its board of directors, Thousand Currents also took down a page that had disclosed financial information for the charity, such as audits and Form 990s dating back to 2005.
It is truly stunning that some of America’s most renowned business leaders have chosen to ignore the evident and even glaring intent of BLM’s founders to promote Marxism and a so-called “revolution” in the United States, that has nothing to do with race, and everything to do with ideology.
Over one hundred Businesses donated to BLM during the trouble. By early 2022 the states of Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina and Virginia have all revoked BLMNGF’s charitable registration, while California and Washington are threatening to hold the nonprofit’s officers personally liable for its lack of financial transparency. The outfit has failed to file taxes for 2020, the year it raised tens of millions. And that co-founder, Patrisse Cullors-Khan, is tied to several other fundraising organizations whose finances raise “potential red flags".
BLM leader: Whites are subhuman 'genetic defects'
Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter chapter in Toronto wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post that "white people are a genetic defect of blackness.". "Whiteness is not humxness," wrote Yusra Khogali in 2016. "in fact, white skin is sub-humxn." She further said, the Gateway Pundit blog reported, white people "are recessive genetic defects. this is factual." "white ppl need white supremacy as a mechanism to protect their survival as a people because all they can do is produce themselves," she wrote. "black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to."
Khogali asserted that white people have a "higher concentration of enzyme inhibitors which suppresses melanin production." She added that "melanin is important for a number of things such as strong bones, intelligence, vision and hearing.". Khogali also claimed "melanin directly communicates with cosmic energy." In a separate Twitter post, Khogali tweeted, "Plz Allah give me the strength to not cuss/kill these men and white folks out here today."
Memphis BLM founder Pamela Moses sentenced to 6 years for illegally voting
The founder of the Black Lives Matter chapter in Memphis has been sentenced to prison for six years for illegally registering to vote in Tennessee, prosecutors said. Pamela Moses, the 44-year-old activist, was ordered to spend six years and one day behind bars on 7th Febuary 20222 for registering to vote despite felony convictions in 2015 that made her ineligible to do so, Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich said.
In 2015, Moses pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and forgery, both felonies, and to misdemeanor charges of perjury, stalking, theft under $500, and escape. She was placed on probation for seven years and deemed ineligible to vote in Tennessee because of the tampering with evidence charge. In handing down the sentence, Judge Michael Ward accused her of deceiving the probation department to obtain the right to vote, “You tricked the probation department into giving you documents saying you were off probation,” Ward said in court.
Associate Islamic Terrorist Groups
BLM is working with Muslim Brotherhood and Hammas through the Council on American-Islamic Relations. In 1994, the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee created the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).
FBI recordings of the conversations by Hamas leaders at the Philadelphia meeting captured Nihad Awad and Omar Ahmad discussing the creation of a new public relations organization for Hamas which an FBI Special Agent testified was CAIR, created in 1994 following the Philadelphia meeting.
CAIR was incorporated in 1994 by Nihad Awad, Omar Ahmad, and Rafeeq Jaber, all of whom were leaders of the Islamic Association of Palestine (IAP), a now-defunct Hamas organisation in the U.S. In 1993 and 1994, CAIR founder Omar Ahmad served as the National President for IAP (Hamas) and was the Chairman of the Board for CAIR from 1994-2005. Today, Omar Ahmad is the Chairman Emeritus for CAIR.
CAIR has a long record of defending jihadis and jihadi organizations, and continues to publicly condemn all counterterrorism efforts of the U.S. government and local law enforcement.
Muthanna al Hanooti, the former Director for CAIR-Michigan, was identified by the FBI as an intelligence agent for Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, and pled guilty in 2011 for violating U.S. sanctions against Iraq. Hanooti is the son of Mohammed al Hanooti, a senior Hamas leader in the United States who was the President of the IAP (Hamas) and raised over $6 million dollars for the Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas. CAIR has never defended the United States in its war against the jihadis.
Related reading: CAIR is Hamas May 2019 (PDF download)
Attack on White Males
At a Black Lives Matter demonstration in London, a self-described mixed-race member of the LGBT community said that the concept of intersectionality means that there is “one common enemy: the white man” and therefore “we need to get rid of them”.
He added that “once we realise that we are all fighting the same fight, it just strengthens the army. A problem shared is a problem halved. Imagine if we all realised and came together and grouped together?”.
“All of these groups of people, the issues they face, it all comes from the same people: white men. So, we need to get rid of them,” he said, going on to suggest that — sotto voce — people should “kill the rich”.
For decades, before “intersectionality” was even mentioned, White males were a prioritised for attack by cultural Marxism.
Sprung on the British public by London Mayor
Taxpayers paid £1.5MILLION for Fabian Socialist mouthpiece Sadiq Khan's 'woke' New Year's Eve light show - featuring BLM fist salutes, after he masterminded event and worked with BBC and Met Police to keep it a secret. The lights included a turtle with Africa on its shell, and shone in EU colours over London's skies.
During the event, it took 300 drones to make the shape of a Black Lives Matter fist (pictured above). The fist first appeared as spoken-word artist George the Poet (turned down an OBE last year due to the 'pure evil' of the British Empire) read an extract of his poem Coronavirus: The Power of Collaboration.
Jews support Black Lives Matter
More than 600 Jewish groups signed a full-page New York Times ad supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.
Groups that signed the ad include the Anti-Defamation League, J Street, IfNotNow, Bend the Arc: Jewish Action, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, HIAS, Hebrew College, Jewish Voice for Peace, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, Zioness Movement, Young Democrats of America Jewish Caucus and NCSY (New York).
Above is a tweet, from a Black Jewish Rabbi asserting all whites are a racist through a common regurgitated meme, stating by being White in any way at all, even within a civilization your forefathers erected, makes you inherently “racist”. Can you tell yet? how these “gentile haters” are attempting to push white people through Critical Race Theory into race mixing themselves into a brutal, disfiguring and murderous death?
Evil Black criminals beautified as saints by Communist agitators who inturn demonize law enforcement officers as brutal, often racist killers. Truly a Communist insurgency, an impunity alter to birth and give rise to Black Privilege through victim status.
Paulette Hamilton “the ballot or the bullet”
The campaign of Paulette Hamilton – the favourite to win the Birmingham Erdington seat – hit trouble after her comments at a 2015 meeting on the topic “the ballot or the bullet” were unearthed. Ms Hamilton said: “Although I believe in the votes, and I believe in our right to use that vote or destroy that vote, I’m not sure that we will get what we really deserve in this country using the votes.
Later in the discussion, when talking about increasing representation, Hamilton went on to say “I know that we want something of our own, but sometimes you have to infiltrate other systems if you want to get change”. Finally, Hamilton discussed ways in which people can vote. She described how postal votes are used among some ethnic minority communities: “The postal vote is the way some of our ethnic minority communities actually lock it down. Because what they do is whole families just have the postal vote. Whoever comes in says hold this one, tick, postal vote goes back, and in one household we can have eight votes and it’s locked down.”
Mr Hunt and another Conservative MP, Gary Sambrook, are calling on Sir Keir to suspend her from the Labour Party and remove the whip if she was elected.
Biting the bullet Sasha Johnson
Sasha Johnson was a British Black Lives Matter activist and member of Taking the Initiative Party (TTIP). A graduate of Ruskin College, she was involved in Rhodes Must Fall, Black Lives Matter and Kill the Bill protests. On 23 May 2021, Johnson was shot in the head. Two days later, five black people were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, one of whom was later charged with conspiracy to murder while the others were released on bail. A second black man was charged on 12 June and two further black men were charged on 17 June with conspiracy to murder. The four men were scheduled to stand trial in March 2022 but the trial collapsed in February 2022.
TTIP said Johnson had previously received numerous death threats for her activism and her car was vandalised a month before the incident. As of 7 June, Johnson was still in hospital and under sedation in a critical condition, with "profound life-changing injuries" according to a police statement. The BBC reported on 16 June 2021 that since the shooting two operations had been carried out to release pressure on Johnson's brain but that she remained critically ill. The case collapsed on 22 February 2022. Following the collapse of the trial, police and Johnson's family commented on the lack of cooperation with police by witnesses to the shooting.
Knife Attacker Ricardo Munoz 13/9/2020
In Lancaster, Penn, USA, a police officer responded to a domestic violence call at a residence where a man had stabbed four people last year. As the officer approached the house, a female escaped out the front door. A man — the suspect from the previous slashing — then emerged and ran at the officer, brandishing a knife over his head. The officer shot him, as the officer was by all appearances legally authorized to do, to stop the threat of deadly force. Twenty-seven-year-old Ricardo Munoz died from the officer’s gunfire. Protesters marched from the scene of the deadly shooting on Laurel and Union streets to the Lancaster Police Department about a mile away, hurling bricks, smashing windows and vandalizing police cars.
The response from the “community,” after this summer of lethal cop hatred, was predictable. Rioters pelted Lancaster cops with bricks, glass bottles, and sharp projectiles ripped from road barricades. They smashed the windows of police cruisers, the downtown police precinct, the post office, cafés, and stores. They torched a dumpster dragged from another part of the city. They pulled street signs and bike racks out of side walks to use against the police. The blade-wielding Lancaster, Pennsylvania, man shot dead by police was previously busted in 2019 for knifing four people in the city, according to his lawyer and officials. It was not the first time he’s been accused of a knife attack.
Above: Black Lives Matter organizers in Lancaster request deluded “white allies” in the front lines to get on their knees to dead knife wielding mulatto Martyr Ricardo Munoz.
After the BLM rioting across the world money poured into Black Lives Matter and other groups that promote and advance Black Supremacy. Companys included:
- DoorDash Inc., which delivers prepared food, gave $500,000 to the organization. n partnership with our Black@DoorDash Employee Resource Group (ERG), DoorDash pledged a total of $1 million in donations, with $500,000 going to Black Lives Matter via the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
- Deckers., stated “Deckers as a company is standing together in solidarity to fight for equality,” and “To show immediate support, we are donating a total of $500,000 to the following organizations,” the clothing company said, listing seven organizations, including “Black Lives Matter Foundation,” which it said “builds power to bring justice, healing, and freedom to Black people across the globe.”
- Amazon., linked to the BLM Global Network Foundation in a press release June 9, identifying it as among 12 groups that would get a total of $10 million from the online retail giant. Amazon announced: "As part of that effort, Amazon will donate a total of $10 million to organizations that are working to bring about social justice and improve the lives of Black and African Americans."
- Gatorade., Gatorade, the sports drink maker, identified the BLM Global Network Foundation as being among groups benefiting from a $500,000 donation.
- Microsoft Corp. announced June 5 that it would donate $250,000 to the “Black Lives Matter Foundation,” but the computer and technology giant linked to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
- Glossier., a skin care and makeup company, said in a May 30 press release that it would divide $500,000 among five organizations, including “Black Lives Matter,” and linked to the BLM Global Network Foundation’s website.
- 23andMe., CEO Anne Wojcicki announced June 2 that the biotech company and its employees would donate to “Black Lives Matter” and linked to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- Airbnb Inc., announced on Twitter that the short-term lodging company was splitting a $500,000 donation between the NAACP and the “@Blklivesmatter Foundation,” using the organization’s Twitter handle.
- Unilever., Two of London-based Unilever’s personal hygiene brands, Axe and Degree, pledged a total of $350,000 to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- Bungie Inc. didn’t provide a dollar amount, but the video game developer said it would make “financial contributions” to six organizations and linked to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- Ritz, the cracker brand from snack manufacturer Nabisco, announced June 4th that it and sister brands were donating $500,000 to the NAACP and to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- Dropbox Inc. founder and CEO Drew Houston announced June 3 that he was giving $500,000 to the BLM Global Network Foundation, tagging the group on Twitter and adding that he would match employees’ donations.
- Fitbit Inc., the maker of health and fitness trackers, tagged the BLM Global Network Foundation as a recipient of donations, but didn’t say how much.
- Individual employees of Devolver Digital Inc. donated $65,000 to the BLM Global Network Foundation as of June 2 through the video game publisher’s ActBlue online giving account.
- Square Enix., a game developer, announced that it was giving $250,000 to the NAACP and Black Lives Matter, linking to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- In one tweet, thatgamecompany., announced plans to give a total of $20,000 to both the NAACP and Black Lives Matter. In a follow-up, the video game developer linked to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- Tinder Inc., the online dating network, announced that it was donating and provided a link to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
- The California-based tech firm Cisco identifies @Blklivesmatter, the Twitter handle for the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, as among recipients of $5 million in donations.
- Atlantic Records announced that it “will be contributing to Black Lives Matter and other organizations that are doing crucial work to combat injustice.” But the legendary record company didn’t specify whether it was donating to the BLM Global Network Foundation and didn’t respond to multiple inquiries.
- Warner Records announced that it would contribute “to Black Lives Matter and other organizations that are doing crucial work to combat racial injustice.”
Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder of Black Lives Matter and self professed “trained Marxist”, recently purchased a million-dollar (three million dollar) house, — including private jet hangar in garden in an affluent, overwhelmingly white neighbourhood (88% white and 1.8% black) of Los Angeles. The New York Post reported Cullors had also bought two other LA homes in recent years, and paid $415,000 for a 3.2 acre property in Georgia.
These “Trained Marxists” (Karl Marx was educated at Jesuit School) sure adore large beautiful homes located as far away as possible from the reality of everyday black people they claim to be helping; aspiring to be whiter through desecrating and demonising white people? Terrorising the entire western world with a crypto-Communist insurrection that allegedly led to burning, looting and murder, during a deadly globalised COVID-19 pandemic.
Cullors doesn't invest the billions of dollars Black Lives Matter accumulated into gentrifying herself into an upscaled Black neighbourhood, but instead buses her shameless greed into a white neighbourhood. Black Lives Matter described criticism of this anti-capitalism activist's growing property portfolio as a 'right-wing offensive'.