While claiming to fight for justice, freedom and liberation for people with dark skin, BLM has actually been working to "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."
The aforementioned quote has since been removed from the "What We Believe" section of BLM's website, along with the following disturbing quote about BLM's plan for destroying the nuclear family unit:
"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."
In other words, the mother-father-children family unit is incompatible with the goals of BLM, which exists to create a new type of "family" where people living under Marxism decide to "collectively care" for one another as if they were actual family.
Whether this actually happens in reality or is just another BLM pipe dream is anyone's guess. But it is a stated goal of BLM – or at least was before the far-left organization pulled this information from its website.
Another stated goal of BLM is to create and advance "a queer-affirming network" of LGBTQs that is "free from ageism" and "state-sanctioned violence," hence the push to defund and eradicate the police.
When asked for comment by The Epoch Times about why these pages were deleted, the BLM Global Network failed to respond in a timely manner before publishing time.
Founded in 2013 by far-left activists Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi following the death of Trayvon Martin, BLM exists as a full-fledged movement pushing communism. Both Cullors and Garza have described themselves as such, calling themselves "trained Marxists."
While millions of Americans have been led to believe that BLM is a politically neutral movement seeking racial justice, its true colors are being revealed as a pro-communist, pro-LGBTQ domestic terrorist group actively fighting to dismantle the foundations upon which America was built.
After televangelist Pat Robertson suggested on an episode of his show that BLM has "a very, very radical anti-family, anti-God agenda," describing its goal as "a lesbian, anti-family, anti-capitalist, Marxist revolution," Cullors had this to say in response:
"We believe those of all religious views and backgrounds, or disbelief; all genders as equal; Black lives not being eradicated using guns and knees in our necks; the elimination of the constant betrayal of our poor and oppressed communities; and, certainly, continuing to foster a united country that works for everyone despite their actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, disability, immigration status, or intergenerational way of life."
What Cullors failed to mention is that BLM is also working to protect "black criminals," as evidenced by the chants heard loud and clear during a recent BLM march through Washington, D.C.
BLM is also a religious cult, with adherents who blindly follow the narrative without a second thought as to what it truly seeks to accomplish.
"Because these folks don't really believe in anything except destroying what others value – it's not at all hard to 'disappear' controversial declarations when electoral polls dictate," wrote one Epoch Times commenter about BLM's deletion of key information from its website.
"Once they secure power, it will simply reappear. And inconvenient, non-compliant citizens will begin to 'disappear.'"
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