‘Black Lives Matter’ is lying to you. Part 1

Started: 6 10 2020

Finished: 6 24 2020

Like most conservatives I have witnessed the BLM marches, riots, speeches and felt the philosophical sting of being white and ‘racist’ not so much by word or deed of my own but because of my European ancestry is evil in the eyes of blms leadership and allies.

Like most Conservatives I have had to make a conscious choice to either walk in the marches with supposed BLM supporters or quietly walk away not wanting to be involved because of ideological differences.

Well…. Count me as one of those annoyed souls who think BLM is a lie.

Allow me to demonstrate.

Why is it when a black man or woman is killed by a police officer that blm and it’s associated leftist groups come out of the wood work and start the marches, sit ins and so forth? Despite the fact that the individual killed has a criminal history and isn’t so innocent.

It’s because blm wants to be the replacement for the DNC (democratic party) but only for black / African people. So let’s review what blm is really trying to do and how their ideas aren’t their own intellectual ideas but a combination of socialism, anarchists and more.

Blm, it’s founders and the many others associated with their left leaning ideology don’t care about the Black, African people they claim to represent. Those who are of the black race are merely cannon fodder for their movement.

All the while claiming that they don’t hate white people and not hating Police. They instead show their true colors as being racist against not just white folk but Asians, Mexicans and more.

In order to prove my point I will use the following

Blm websites

Blm founder interviews

Associated website information or blm allies

This post will be part one of a four part series. I have labeled them as such:

1) BLM beliefs / ideology from their websites and the leaders interviews.


2) Where does the money go?


3) The socialistic / marxist ideas behind BLM, and the bios of the ladies who found it.


4) Final thoughts

I have decided to use the following to provide evidence against blm and their allies from the internet.


The following information provided is either from BLM websites and the interviews of the gals who created this movement and from the allies of blm. To be included later are some interesting brief biographical items that shed light on each of the founders of BLM. No attempt is being made to claim authorship of any of the following information provided. I am solely trying to expose a movement that I believe is Anti-American and potentially threatening to ALL people no matter what skin color or ethnic group they have.

What blm believes or CLAIMS to believe.

https://blacklivesmatter.com/what-we-believe/   *


“Black Lives Matter 101”

“May 5, 2017”


And yet here is what they say or their founders:

“We acknowledge, respect, and celebrate differences and commonalities.”

“We work vigorously for freedom and justice for Black people and, by extension, all people.”

“We intentionally build and nurture a beloved community that is bonded together through a beautiful struggle that is restorative, not depleting.”

“We are unapologetically Black in our positioning. In affirming that Black Lives Matter, we need not qualify our position. To love and desire freedom and justice for ourselves is a prerequisite for wanting the same for others.”

“We see ourselves as part of the global Black family, and we are aware of the different ways we are impacted or privileged as Black people who exist in different parts of the world.”

“We are guided by the fact that all Black lives matter, regardless of actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbelief’s, immigration status, or location.”

“We make space for transgender brothers and sisters to participate and lead.”

“We are self-reflexive and do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence.”

“We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.”


“We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.”

“We make our spaces family-friendly and enable parents to fully participate with their children. We dismantle the patriarchal practice that requires mothers to work “double shifts” so that they can mother in private even as they participate in public justice work.”

“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”

“We foster a queer‐affirming network. When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking, or rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual (unless s/he or they disclose otherwise).”

“We cultivate an intergenerational and communal network free from ageism. We believe that all people, regardless of age, show up with the capacity to lead and learn.”

“We embody and practice justice, liberation, and peace in our engagements with one another.”



And this is echoed here:

*“We are guided by the fact that all Black lives matter, regardless of actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, immigration status, or location.”

“We make space for transgender brothers and sisters to participate and lead.”


“We are self-reflexive and do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence.”

“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”


“We foster a queer‐affirming network. When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking, or rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual (unless s/he or they disclose otherwise).”

————————————- (Continues)



“BLM DC is a radical collective of Black artists, infrastructure builders and movement healers and strategists from the future, organizing in the here and now around two movement equations. These equations inform how we live as our highest selves while dismantling White Supremacy, Patriarchy, Capitalism, Imperialism and the role the state plays in supporting them.”

…. (Continues)

“BLM Programs that Block: direct actions [occupations, highway shut downs, disruptions, blockades etc], Non-Profit Accountability Campaigns, Weeks of Action.”

Black Lives Matter DC


Alicia Garza is bi.

“The New Black Vanguard Alicia Garza on What Really Matters”

“The Black Lives Matter co-founder discusses intersectionality, “All Lives Matter,” and the importance of queer black leadership.”

“By Les Fabian Brathwaite”

“May 18 2016 3:00 PM EDT”



And if true.

‘Patrisse Cullors’

“A self-described “artist, organizer and freedom fighter” who seeks to reform America’s allegedly racist jail-and-prison system, Patrisse Cullors was born in Los Angeles in 1984. When she was a child, her father was incarcerated numerous times for drug offenses. In a February 2015 interview with Vice.com, Miss Cullors said that at age 16 she “came out as queer,” “was kicked out of home,” and subsequently formed close connections with “a bunch of other young queer women of color” who, like her, were dealing with the challenges of “poverty [and] being black and brown in the USA.”



And of course black trans people.

Why would I bother to mention that?

1 The whole over saturation of lgbt anything online and the media has worn out the patience of those who understand nothing good has come from their propaganda and activities. So why should anyone who is white, straight give a damn about lbgt propaganda or why they matter when they are simply pushing their own hate & bigotry against us.


2 Although I feel sorry for the so called ‘trans women’ who have been murdered over the years I am still fully aware that the idea of a trans-woman or trans-man is not based on science, biology or logic but a mentality that allows such persons to live against their biological gender or sex.


3 By attacking straight, ‘cis’, men and women, the lgbt bigotry has permanently turned off most Christians, Jews and the many other identify groups within Political Conservatism. As your regular blue collar worker we despise being pushed around by people who are lgbt or lgbt friendly due to federal, employer etc rules or laws we have no interest or use following ideas that are contrary to our way of life.


4 To dismantle straight or cis ‘privilege’ is to attempt at denying us our rights and to force use to be like them. A tactic that only angers straight people and makes us question the logical of lgbt ideas entirely. This of course means that lgbt philosophy is even a greater lie because it is not based on freedom at all but forced conversion to ideas, sex acts and more that have no desirable end but perversion and stupidity.

Further beliefs from blm:

“Black Lives Matter co founder says what protesters want is simple Accountability”

“We barely get a sorry. We rarely get accountability,” she said.”

“By Ashley Riegle And Allie Yang”

“June 1, 2020, 6:52 PM”

“9 min read”

“She explained why Black Lives Matter is calling for police to be defunded.”


“We want to reduce law enforcement in our communities,” she said. “The more contact we have with law enforcement, the more death is going to happen with black people.”


“Cullors says that police body cameras and training will not stop these deadly encounters.”


“We need to defund police and we need to take those resources and put them back into our communities so that we have access to healthy food, we have access to adequate health care, we have access to adequate public health system,” she said.”



“Defund The Police”

“May 30, 2020”


“Enough is enough.”

“Our pain, our cries, and our need to be seen and heard resonate throughout this entire country.”

“We demand acknowledgment and accountability for the devaluation and dehumanization of Black life at the hands of the police.”

“We call for radical, sustainable solutions that affirm the prosperity of Black lives.”

“George Floyd’s violent death was a breaking point — an all too familiar reminder that, for Black people, law enforcement doesn’t protect or save our lives. They often threaten and take them.”

“Right now, Minneapolis and cities across our country are on fire, and our people are hurting — the violence against Black bodies felt in the ongoing mass disobedience, all while we grapple with a pandemic that is disproportionately affecting, infecting, and killing us.”

“We call for an end to the systemic racism that allows this culture of corruption to go unchecked and our lives to be taken.”


“We call for a national defunding of police. We demand investment in our communities and the resources to ensure Black people not only survive, but thrive. If you’re with us, add your name to the petition right now and help us spread the word.”


“Currently, we are fighting two deadly viruses: COVID-19 is threatening our health. White Supremacy is threatening our existence. And both are killing us every single day.”

“We demand real transformation NOW. Transformation that will hold law enforcement accountable for the violence they inflict, transformation of this racist system that breeds corruption, and transformation that ensures our people are not left behind.”

“It’s time for our cities and states to #DefundThePolice and #InvestInCommunities. Sign the petition right now, and share it with friends and family.”


Ok so here is where things are going to get confused according to their ideology.

Police who are supposed to be white and racist.

But Police officers can be black, latino, asian and women are they too racist?

Blm authors ignore that the reason for Police being in what are called ‘ghettos’ or black neighborhoods are because of the influx of gangs, drugs and so forth. And black folk themselves don’t even take care of each other or police their own communities.

So according to the ideology of blm the whole system has to be trashed and re-done according to their own warped ideals such as:

“Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County Our Demands”

Our Demands


In which they claim the following as demands:

“We demand that racism be declared a public health crisis in Washington state.”

“We demand that crisis be addressed through seismic change in policing, community wellness, justice, youth justice, and education. Specifically, we demand:”

“Defund the police now.”

“The city must divest at least $100 million from the police budget, with an emphasis on divesting from militarization. We call for:”

“    A renegotiated police union contract with a focus on community oversight and accountability for officers regardless of seniority.”

“    A community-selected director of the Office of Police Accountability by 2021.”

“    De-escalation training for individual officers and specialized teams—de-escalation should be the default for every police interaction.”

“    An independent body to investigate all allegations of misconduct and police brutality, not only those that result in death.”

“    Mental health care for officers.”

“    Demilitarization of the Seattle Police Department; SPD must relieve itself of the military surplus and refuse to purchase or accept additional military equipment.”


“    A shift of funding from police budgets into community services and community capital, resulting in a smaller force and more civilian jobs.  “

“Community wellness now.”

“Black people thrive when Black people are well. We call for budget formerly devoted to policing be shifted to:”

“    Culturally responsive, community-centric mental health and wellness services.”

“    Street outreach for social services, informed by de-escalation, to build not only community health but community trust.”

“    More housing with affordable rents to end the homelessness crisis, along with an end to encampment sweeps.”

“A justice system that works for us.”


“A legal system grounded in racism will never deliver equal treatment under the law. We call for: “


“    Dedicated City, county, and state resources to address hate and bias crimes, especially against LGBTQ+ and BIPOC residents.

    Ending cash bail. “


“    Release of those in Seattle and Washington incarcerated for marijuana-related offenses, with related convictions expunged.”

“    Legislation that restores the right to vote for felons as well as those currently incarcerated. “

“We do not serve our children, especially Black, Indigenous and other children of color by focusing our energy and resources on their serving time. We call for:”

“    Closing the incarceration unit at the Patricia Hall Clark Children and Family Justice Center’s incarceration unit.”

“    Transformation of that facility into a community resource. “

“    Reallocation of budget for jailing youth to education, housing, mental health, and arts programming. “

“Dismantling the school to prison pipeline and fully funding education by a capital gains tax by 2021.”

“We must erase the educational inequities that harm Black youth from Day One. In Seattle, we demand:”

“    Permanent dismantling of the school-to-prison pipeline.”

“    Removal of police from school campuses, including student resource officers. “

“    An end to Behavioral Modification classification for Black and Brown children.”

“    Student-led creation of a Student’s Bill of Rights that centers the needs of Black, Brown, Indigenous, and ESL students and students experiencing homelessness, as well as students with special needs. “

“    Equitable and full funding for districts across Washington state to provide:”

“        Free full-time preschool and kindergarten for all Washington children;”

“        Recess, PE, and music instruction;”

“        Technology access for all students, including one-to-one laptops for middle school and high school students by 2025;”

“        A full-time nurse in every school.”

“    Improved graduation rates for all children, including and especially BIPOC students.”

And of course one of the ways they will obtain power is through protest:

“Black Lives Matter Seattle King County Protest Safety Guide”

Protest Safety Guide


And of course what their quasi- anarchist, antifa, blm socialist commune demands list:

chaz / chop demands:



“Jun 9 2020 • 6 min read”

View at Medium.com

Further interviews:

“Labeled A ‘Terrorist,’ A Black Lives Matter Founder Writes Her Record”

“January 27, 20185:48 PM ET”

“Michel Martin 7-Minute Listen”

“Why Black Lives Matter evokes a visceral response in some”

“The psychosis of whiteness is that it centers itself always. And when it is de-centered, when a group of people — but specifically black people, I think there’s something about black people being visible or black people getting some threat of power that shakes up white people and their whiteness, that shakes up their experience of what should be true. I think there is a deep desire from even well-meaning white people to believe that they’re not racist. But the reality is if you live in this country, if you’re born and raised as a white person, then you most definitely are racist, and you have to contend with that. And I think Black Lives Matter puts it in peoples’ face to deal with not only the ways in which they benefit from whiteness and white supremacy, but deal with the ways in which black people actually must be free. And I think that’s actually hard to contend with.”


“What she says to those who perceive Black Lives Matter as anti-white”


“It’s unequivocally not true. Black Lives Matter is really Black Lives Matter Too. It is not a phrase that is about excluding — it’s a phrase that is about focus. We are focusing on black people because time and time again, we become the subjects of neglect.”


“On being labeled a terrorist”


“The first time I would see our organization, and me, and other people be labeled as terrorists, and then our faces be put on national television, was on Bill O’Reilly’s show when he was still on air, would be scrolling through Breitbart. And knowing that these right-wing pundits had audiences … it was painful because it was such a lie, but it was also scary, because the impact of being labeled as terrorists and receiving death threats — both in my email and on phone calls — really started to shape my understanding of how serious, how unsafe I was, how unsafe I was out in the world when all I ever wanted was safety for myself and black people. And that was such a deep contradiction.”

“Gemma Watters and Ammad Omar produced and edited this interview for broadcast. Patrick Jarenwattananon adapted it for the Web.”



“Say Their Names: Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Dion Johnson”

“May 29, 2020”

….” Invest/Divest Now: While millions of local dollars are cut from city budgets — in youth programs, health services, and education, among others — due to shortfalls, the police unions/associations continue to push for more money and more police. Yet police are not saving people in this pandemic — they are policing, fining, and sending people to jail – mostly Black people. The federal administration has refused to send more supplies and funding to medical workers and other frontline workers, while increasing funding to police-related spending and private security guards.”


“We All Have A Mandate: Philanthropy’s mandate to support communities in living healthy and free lives means funding both the public infrastructure that keeps communities safe — like health care, housing, and education — and funding the people, organizations, and the movements rising up against police violence and building power to defund the police, prisons, ICE, and detention centers. Philanthropy must support divest/invest campaigns and other abolitionist strategies, because nothing the police do is meant to ever keep communities of color safe. Now is the time to divest from the police, when cities are cutting budgets and need the funding for community wellness more than any other time. (Check out FFJ’s divest/invest resource for funders and consider how you want to support community safety and justice.)”




Here is why Conservatives like me are concerned:

*Lgbt friendly…

*Wants to dismantle ‘cis-gender’ AKA Heterosexual ‘privilege’…

*Disrupt ‘nuclear family’ AKA Mom, Dad, Kids….

*Defund the Police, Military or abolish the Police, Abolish Courts and our law systems etc…

*Regularly throws around the words ‘racism’, ‘racist’, ‘white supremacy’ etc…

*Legal or illegal marches that turn into riots and criminal activity…

*Blm or their allies attacking Police, Civilians as fits of rage & criminal activity…

*A lack of concern for Blacks & Africans who are attacked by their own race because of gangs, various criminal activity…

*The lack of leadership with fixing education for black youth…

*A lack of leadership to create black youth programs that would help decrease criminal activity and gangs…

*A lack of leadership in fixing drug, alcohol addiction in their communities…

*A lack of leadership in community gardens for fresh veggies and other foods…

*A lack of leadership to building Black marriage and finding better ways to co-parent kids born out of wedlock instead of using the ‘sperm donor’ method of motherhood…

*A lack of leadership to build black owned businesses…

*A lack of leadership to deal with black racism, black supremacy and getting rid of their own biases against whites, Mexicans and many other races within the USA…

*A lack of education about ‘rent control’, ‘gentrification and how this effects everyone…

Why is it up to White people to fix problems in the black community? Why do I need to sacrifice anything for people who can fix their own problems?!

As a Christian I have long accepted that people of other colors are like me. They are male or female, good or bad. Why worry about race? Why use racism as a way to judge others? Does this diminish the ACTUAL reason for protests? The deaths of INNOCENT black people? That police brutality doesn’t happen? No evil happens and it has to be exposed and removed.

Black lives do matter when they are doing the right thing. That they have no to limited criminal records, They rent apartments – homes, They work any type of job and do it well, They buy – grow their own food, The raise their kids to accept people for their character and whether or not that male or female is a good person all the while staying away from bad people. They vote for whatever political party they are agreeable to. They support law & order. They strive for the American dream of peace, prosperity and goodness.

And EVERYONE is Capable of reaching for that.

Romans 2:1-29 (KJV)

Romans 5:1-21

Romans 13:1-14

UPDATE: 7 4 2020

Special Thanks to gotquestions for the following exposure about blm ideology. This was a subject that I did not know it applied to the beliefs of blm and it’s allies:

“What is the critical race theory?”

“Question: “What is the critical race theory, and how should a Christian view it?””

“Answer: Critical race theory is a modern approach to social change, developed from the broader critical theory, which developed out of Marxism. Critical race theory (CRT) approaches issues such as justice, racism, and inequality, with a specific intent of reforming or reshaping society. In practice, this is applied almost exclusively to the United States. Critical race theory is grounded in several key assumptions. Among these are the following:”

  • “American government, law, culture, and society are inherently and inescapably racist.”
  • “Everyone, even those without racist views, perpetuates racism by supporting those structures.”
  • “The personal perception of the oppressed—their “narrative”—outweighs the actions or intents of others.”
  • “Oppressed groups will never overcome disadvantages until the racist structures are replaced.”
  • “Oppressor race or class groups never change out of altruism; they only change for self-benefit.””
  • Application of laws and fundamental rights should be different based on the race or class group of the individual(s) involved.”

“In short, critical race theory presupposes that everything about American society is thoroughly racist, and minority groups will never be equal until American society is entirely reformed. This position is extremely controversial, even in secular circles. Critical race theory is often posed as a solution to white supremacy or white nationalism. Yet, in practice, it essentially does nothing other than inverting the oppressed and oppressor groups.”

“From a political standpoint, critical race theory closely aligns with concepts such as communism, Marxism, nationalism, progressivism, intersectionality, and the modern version of social justice. Strictly speaking, the Bible neither commands nor forbids Christians regarding specific political parties or philosophies. However, believers are obligated to reject any aspect of a philosophy that conflicts with biblical ideals. Critical race theory is deeply rooted in worldviews that are entirely incompatible with the Bible.”

“Spiritually, some have attempted to apply critical race theory principles to Christianity. This even includes suggestions that the Christian church must adopt the critical race theory approach to society, or else it is not really preaching the gospel. In applying critical race theory to faith, some have gone even further, suggesting that “whiteness,” defined in a unique sense, is a type of sin and incompatible with salvation. In other words, critical race theory implies that those in certain ethnic/social economic groups must “repent” of such status, above and beyond other sins, in order to be truly Christian. Less inflammatory uses of critical race theory echo older claims that biblical faith is often presented as a “white man’s religion,” or that Christianity ought to follow a progressive theology, especially with respect to gender and sexuality.”

“While not necessarily embracing critical race theory, some Christian groups have embraced the modern approach to social justice. This raises the concern that non-biblical preferences will crowd out legitimate commands from Scripture. While critical race theory is not identical to social justice, the two philosophies are closely linked in modern American culture. Christian organizations that speak about social justice should be cautious about the terms and assumptions those discussions entail.”

“So far as it applies to faith, Christianity, or spirituality, there is no truth whatsoever to critical race theory. This is not to say that self-labelled Christians have never perpetrated racism. Nor does it mean every Christian in America is innocent of overlooking suffering people. It certainly does not mean that believers in the United States have no need to self-examine or seek change.”

“Critical race theory entirely violates a biblical worldview, however, by suggesting that people are essentially defined by their race or class, rather than by their individual acts and attitudes (Jeremiah 31:31–34; Revelation 20:11–13). Critical race theory incorrectly emphasizes intersectional categories such as gender, race, sexual preference, and economic status above and beyond a person’s own choices and responsibilities (Galatians 3:28). Critical race theory also conflicts with a biblical approach to objective, absolute truth. In no small part, this includes suggesting that an “oppressed” person’s feelings matter more than what the “oppressor” has actually done or intended (1 Corinthians 4:4; 10:29).”

“As applied to spiritual matters, critical race theory effectively replaces an individual, personal relationship with God with a tribalistic, ethnocentric, collectivistic system. It also greatly overemphasizes material and social concepts to the detriment—or even the exclusion—of the true gospel. When and where prejudices are found in the church, they should be addressed according to sound doctrine, not according to an inherently unbiblical approach such as critical race theory.”



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