The founders of BLM quietly moved on leaving local chapters to fend for themselves… And it’s all unraveling.
- By Hands Up Dont Shoot
The founders of BLM quietly moved on leaving local chapters to fend for themselves… And it’s all unraveling. Now that members/apologists don’t have to worry about threats or clapbacks from the founders, Shaun King, Deray and their social media armies they’re exposing the same exact behaviors Darren and I exposed in 2014.
Again my response are in CAPS
“This all comes after the number of group members has diminished and questions surrounding financial documents and leadership structures have gone unanswered.” UM HELLO? DARREN SEALS AND I PUT OUT THE CALL FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN 2014, OUR VOICES DIMINISHED. WE WERE SABOTAGED. DARREN SEALS WAS MURDERED A WEEK AFTER THIS POST EXPOSING A LINK BETWEEN ELEMENTS WITHIN FERGUSON, SOROS AND MILLIONS THAT CAME INTO FERGUSON THAT UP UNTIL THAT POINT HAD BEEN DENIED.
“She denied Stephon Clark’s family food to eat and that was the day I decided to leave,” said former member Stephanie Young.” THEY HORDED DONATIONS, RESOURCES, GAS MASKS, FOOD, WATER, FOR THEMSELVES. WE HAD TO SNEAK SUPPLIES TO THE FRONTLINES.
“They described Faison running the group like a dictator and using it for her own personal gain.” EVERY MOVEMENT LEADER, PROFESSIONAL ACTORVIST AND PROMINENT PROTESTER HAD PERSONAL COME UPS… THE GOAL WAS TO HAVE YOU LIVE VICARIOUSLY THOUGH THEM, WHILE IGNORING THE FUCKERY AND MOUNTING LOSSES.
“It’s come to a point where there are too many traumatic and hurtful things that have transpired within our chapter, as well as the community,” Lewis said. WE WEREN’T ON THAT ‘CAN WE ALL JUST GET ALONG’… WE WANTED THESE PARASITES OUT OF OUR MOVEMENT AND COMMUNITY.
Lewis said at one point the Sacramento chapter had around 30 members, with hundreds more coming out to protests and demonstrations in the wake of Clark’s shooting death. Now, she says there are fewer than six members.” WE HAD THOUSANDS BEFORE BLM, OUR MOVEMENT WAS SHATTERED INTO TEENY, TINY FACTIONS AFTER BLM.
SACRAMENTO — Current and former members of the Sacramento chapter of Black Lives Matter are calling on the group’s founder, Tanya Faison, to step down from any leadership role. “The movement is not Tanya Faison. BLM Sac was never Tanya Faison and that’s what it was made to be,” said former BLM …