Black Lives Matters falsely claims to be an ideologically driven organization whose efforts are about the pursuit of eliminating discrimination while promoting racial fairness, equity, and justice. It claims to have been organized as a movement advocating non-violent civil disobedience in protest incidents of police brutality against African American people. The organization consists of 30 decentralized chapters in the US, the UK and Canada. It includes sister organizations such as Dream Defenders, Assata’s Daughters, and many others. The co-founders of BLM Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi consider themselves to be “trained Marxists,” with BLM’s immediate goal to “get Trump out.”
BLM claims to promote social justice by focusing on high profile events such as the unfortunate deaths of black men like Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and more recently George Floyd. The mainstream media is quick to focus on and sensationalize these isolated incidents but fails to mention thousands of gun deaths perpetrated by blacks against blacks.
I agree that police force personnel and members of the law enforcement establishment should be prosecuted when their conduct of unwarranted physical violence leads to a death. I do agree that we have allowed bureaucratic law enforcement agencies as well as the entire administrative state in America to gain too much power. That, of course, is a bi-product of allowing public employees to gain monopoly status through collective bargaining. A private enterprise company or independent contractor who bids for a competing job at 50% or less of cost would be thwarted at every turn.
Recent BLM events include dozens of incidents of loitering on city streets and public property, pre-planned chaos, looting, acts of violence, property damage, anarchy, and targeting police personnel for retribution and assassinations. All these actions are committed under the purview of fairness and social justice by BLM members and cooperative sympathizers of the movement.
BLM expresses public outrage suggesting that white cops intentionally target and murder black men. While there are isolated incidences, the narrative is not supported by any statistical evidence including the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR). BLM protests may include chants like “Pigs in a blanket, fry’em like bacon!”, “hands up, don’t shoot,” “no justice, no peace!” “What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want them? Now!” and similar mantras including physical gestures of raising one’s hands over their heads frantically and emotionally and symbols of black power. They claim that cops are killers and the black men that they were pursuing were innocent bystanders. They have explicitly called for assassinations of cops and the “lynching’ of white people. BLM promotes eliminating the entire police establishment in the U.S. including the dismantling capitalism (as clearly stated on the BLM website) while its leaders openly endorse socialism and communism as a replacement.
BLM coexists with other radical leftist groups like Antifa and the Communist Party USA to promote the cancel culture, historical revisionism, and totalitarian replacement of our government. The cancel culture is currently prominent when these groups cancel or destroy public figures, symbols, statues, programming, and music that are considered in their view as objectionable or offensive. These groups feed on each other by promoting petty resentments, organized boycotting, full force anarchy, looting, rioting, terrorism, intentional property destruction, and deaths. This is all considered collateral damage in the pursuit of anti-capitalism and re-establishment of a government of totalitarianism.
You may visit the BLM website to review their stated agenda.
BLM has extracted and implemented rules from various sources including the book “Rules for Radicals,” by Saul Alinsky, written and published in 1971. They have also adopted strategies as far back as Henry David Thoreau in the essay, “On the Duty Civil Disobedience” written in 1849. They have adopted the socialist mindset of Karl Marx and Fredrick Engel and their Communist Manifesto.   
Visit the BLM website and click on the donate section. Review the rules to donate. You will find the following “By proceeding with this transaction, you agree to ActBlue’s terms and Conditions.”
If I am an advocate for the agenda of BLM, then who is ActBlue? It is a payment processing company? ActBlue Charities is a qualified 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed under the law. 501 (C) (3) rules are contained in the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and provide for a federal tax exemption. In other words when you donate to ActBlue may be able to deduct your “donation” from your federal tax filings.
So, exactly how does ActBlue fit into the fundraising scheme? “It is a nonprofit technology organization established in June 2004 that enables Democrats, progressive groups, and left-leaning non-profits to raise money on the internet by providing them with online fundraising software.” ActBlue states on its website that it does not endorse individual candidates.” 
Any inquisitive individual who refuses to be snookered may want to visit the website for OpenSecrets.org. One will quickly discover that ActBlue is a front for democratic party fund raising. BLM and its fund-raising mechanism are nothing more than a militant arm of the democrat party. Some party members may suggest that the radical left has hijacked the Democrat Party and that most of the members do not endorse such actions. We see no active resistance of radical behavior from elected Democrats while they pursue this full-scale cultural revolution. An equal number of people on the conservative side may suggest that the Republican Party is asleep-at-the-wheel for failure to recognize and act accordingly that we are in an active revolution to overthrow our capitalist-based system. 
Below are the top vendors and recipients of donations. This information was borrowed from the Center for Responsive Politics with permission. Consent was requested from email@example.com.
|1||Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee||$112,731,919|
|2||BETO O’ROURKE FOR CONGRESS (Dem)||$58,600,656|
|3||Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee||$36,712,304|
|4||END CITIZENS UNITED (Dem)||$32,319,737|
|5||JON OSSOFF FOR CONGRESS (Dem)||$27,522,552|
|6||Democratic National Committee||$26,388,384|
|7||Doug Jones for Senate Committee (Dem)||$22,529,185|
|8||PROGRESSIVE TURNOUT PROJECT||$21,485,474|
|9||Heidi for Senate (Dem)||$20,872,999|
|10||McCaskill for Missouri (Dem)||$19,865,792|
NOTE: All the numbers in this article are from the 2018 election cycle and based on Federal Election Commission data released electronically on June 10, 2019.
You may think that the fund-raising deception stops with BLM? It does not! How about End Citizens United, Democrats Fighting Big Money? Want to donate, no problem, by proceeding with this transaction, you agree to ActBlues’s terms and conditions
How about Dream Defenders. “Dream Defenders is an American group aimed at ending police and prisons (especially private prisons) as part of their policy and is geared towards people of color who share the goal of multi-racial organizing, among other goals. They espouse to end of school-to-prison pipeline, by eliminating prisons, police, and redefining notions of freedom and safety.” This sounds like promoting and encouraging “anarchy” as a cultural norm. By proceeding with this transaction, you agree to ActBlue’s terms & conditions. 
How about Assata’s Daughters? “Assata’s Daughters (“AD”) is a Black woman-led, young person-directed organization rooted in the Black Radical Tradition. AD organizes young Black people in Chicago by providing them with political education, leadership development, mentorship, and revolutionary services. Through our programs we aim to deepen, escalate, and sustain the Movement for Black Liberation.” They use a different fund-raising company. I would like to have a conversation with anyone about what Black Liberation consists of that does not contain black preferential benefits and treatment.
Even the Islamists are exploiting the BLM movement as part of the Floyd death sensationalism to call attention the U.S. relationship with Israel. This new BLM symbiotic relationship is intended to demonize Israel while showing support for pro-Palestinian causes. American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) advertise with BLM and participate in a new monthly webinar service called “Let’s Talk About BLM,” which is intended to appeal to black Americans and promotes anti-Israel rhetoric.
A quick visit to www.ampalesting.org will be enlightening. From their website, “Centuries of institutional oppression against Blacks have been bolstered in recent decades by thousands of US law enforcement personnel being trained in Israel. They are trained by and share ‘lessons learned’ with Israeli counterparts to implement practices of control, surveillance, discrimination, restrictions of movement, repression of social and political movements, torture, and police violence.” I am sure that you have heard “never let a crisis go to waste.”
So, effectively you have separate ideologically driven fundraising arms for the democratic party who use the donated proceeds to advance their cause but disguise the fund-raising effort as non- profit. Interested parties can donate to radicalized Marxist groups whose clearly stated agenda is to topple the US capitalist system using destructive and radicalized strategies and replace it with socialism/communism. Many of these organizations raise money from individuals and other organizations who may receive charitable deductions on their tax returns.
Of course, the party leaders and the mainstream media will protest this inquisition about the money trail and attempt to delegitimize these efforts, while continuing to openly legitimize the actions of non-profit hate groups. Deception is openly endorsed into today’s political environment. To quote Sir Walter Scott,” Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice deceiving.”
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