Where Did That Page Go? The Not-So-Hidden BLM Agenda

Last week, the Black Lives Matter organisation deleted its “What We Believe” page from its website in response to overwhelming criticism. The now-deleted page had stated that the mission of the Black Lives Matter movement is to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure,” to “dismantle the patriarchal system” and to “foster a queer-affirming network … freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking.” Oh, by the way, in the midst of those agendas they are also apparently interested in promoting the fair treatment of black people!

The deletion of their “What We Believe” page doesn’t mean they are stepping back from their underlying agendas, just that they are being more circumspect in the facade they present to the world. Their leaders, however, have always been forthright about these underlying agendas when interviewed in the media – agendas which include the promotion of the LGBTQI movement, the dismantling of the nuclear family, the dismantling of the capitalist system and the propagation of Marxism.

For instance, in a recently surfaced online video, BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors stated:

“The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological framework… We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories.”

Patrisse Cullors

In her 2018 book, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir”, Cullors describes her training in Marxism and identifies it as one of the core underlying ideologies of the BLM movement.

As violent BLM demonstrations continue to rock America and other parts of the world, it is increasingly obvious that the movement has more insidious agendas than merely standing against racism. They have merely seized upon on the recent unlawful deaths of black people in order to promote their Marxist, anti-nuclear family agendas.

In an interview with Fox News reporter Martha MacCallum recently, New York City BLM leader, Hawk Newsome, refused, on multiple occasions during the interview, to condemn the looting and violence of recent BLM riots. Furthermore, he indicated the desire of the BLM movement to destroy the current capitalist system. He stated, “If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down the system and replace it. I could be speaking figuratively; I could be speaking literally. It’s a matter of interpretation.”

It is increasingly clear that the organised BLM movement is pursuing violence and anarchy as a means of attempting to dismantle the current capitalist system with its traditional Judeo-Christian values and replace it with an aggressive form of ‘woke’ Marxism.

This is why people need to think very carefully before jumping on the BLM bandwagon. There are many people like me who are strongly opposed to racism but who do not support the BLM movement because of their disturbing underlying agendas. In fact, there are some very high-profile African-Americans who don’t support the BLM movement.

For example, in July this year, black American Fox Sports commentator, Marcellus Wiley, spoke out against the BLM movement in a segment of his show, called “Speak For Yourself”. He described how he had Googled the BLM organisation and discovered their stated desire to dismantle the nuclear family, promote gay and transgender ideologies and destroy capitalism. He then forthrightly declared that “I don’t support that same protest.”

Wiley is not the only high-profile black person speaking out against BLM. On June 22, journalist Jaron Vail wrote a piece for the online magazine / newspaper, “The Missourian”, and stated, “Let me be clear: I am a 38-year-old African-American male, and I am totally against the Black Lives Matter movement.”

Do I believe that black lives matter? Absolutely! It’s just a shame that this anarchist movement has chosen that slogan as the name for their organisation. In fact, it’s more than just a shame; it’s a sham. It’s utterly deceptive. They are hiding behind a slogan that doesn’t really reflect their true anarchist agenda. And in hiding behind such a seemingly reasonable slogan, they are drawing large numbers to their cause – people who think they are marching for something noble and pure but who are being used as fodder to swell the ranks of an increasingly violent and destructive movement.

 

 

 

 

 

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