BLM comes under fire for hiding radical views deleted from website
Black Lives Matter (BLM) has come under fire again. This time, the controversial racial grievance group founded by Marxists has deleted a page regarding the proposed abolition of “the nuclear family” in America as one of the reforms they demand to achieve “racial justice.”
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another,” said the now-deleted page, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, “especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”
Also deleted from the site is information regarding the founders of BLM, who have recently been widely criticized for espousing Marxist beliefs.
Co-founders Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza have previously highlighted their training as Marxists, disavowing traditional family structures in America as hostile to single mothers, LGBTQ and blended families.
In place of the pages, a message says “Sorry, but the page you were trying to view does not exist.”
BLM was previously criticized because radical 1980s terrorist Susan Rosenberg, who served 16 years of a 58-year sentence for plans to blow up federal buildings and was implicated in “multiple robberies, police officer assassinations, and bombings,” helped found and fund the group, says KUSI News.
Retired NYPD Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik said that “Rosenberg’s role in the ‘Family,’ as this confederation of white and black domestic terrorists called themselves, was to use her ‘white privilege’ to do such things as acquire weapons, purchase vehicles, and rent apartments for safe houses and storage units for explosives and weapons.”
Kerik warned that Rosenberg and her Black allies are violent “revolutionary Marxists.” Rosenberg has recently been moved out of the group as BLM began using a different funder, as critics complained about the connections to a high-profile terrorist.
Consequently, Americans — who in the wake of the George Floyd death embraced the BLM movement– are now having long second and third thoughts as more information about BLM becomes available.
“BLM has seen a sharp drop in its favorability rating in recent weeks amid ongoing riots and violence in cities across the country. One survey conducted by the Pew Research Center showed that just over half of American adults (55%) support BLM, down from a high of 67% in June. The percentage of people who say they ‘strongly’ support the movement stands at around 29%, a nearly 10% decrease from three months ago,” says Fox News.
The support divides largely around the normal American political and racial fault lines, with only 16 percent of white Republicans supporting the movement, 88 percent of white Democrats in favor and nine out of ten Blacks counted as BLM supporters.
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