Black Lives Matter Founder Has DEEP Ties to Terrorist, Including Obama’s Terrorist Buddy (VIDEO)
The founders of the Black Lives Matter movement have admitted it, they are admitted Marxists.
But that’s not the worst part, they also have ties to Bill Ayers through the terrorist Eric Mann.
For those who may not be sure what exactly a Marxist is, a Marxist is someone who is a supporter of the political and economic ideologies of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. In other words, they are hardcore Communists.
That means that they are for the government controlling everything and HIGH taxes for everyone.
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President @realDonaldTrump stands up for LAW and ORDER.
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“The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think that what we really tried to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many black folk.”
In her book, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir,”, Cullors says she has an affinity for the Marxist theology.
In an interview with Democracy Now!, Cullors describes how she became a trained organizer with the Labor/Community Strategy Center, calling it her “first political home” and the center’s director, Eric Mann, her personal mentor.
She told The Politic that it was there that she was trained from her youth and grew as a leader.
The Labor/Community Strategy Center describes it’s philosophy as “an urban experiment,” utilizing grassroots organizing to “focus on Black and Latino communities with deep historical ties to the long history of anti-colonial, anti-imperialist, pro-communist resistance to the U.S. empire.”
The center teaches and studies the history of the “Indigenous rebellions against the initial European genocidal invasions,” the “Great Slave Haitian Revolution of the 1790s,” and the “Great Slave Rebellions that won the U.S. civil war for the racist north.”
The center also expresses its appreciation for the work of the U.S. Communist Party, “especially Black communists,” as well as its support for “the great work of the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement, Young Lords, Brown Berets, and the great revolutionary rainbow experiments of the 1970s,” while flaunting its roots in the new communist movement.