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16

Jun

“The only interview so far that’s telling the truth about #BlackLivesMatter and the #Ferguson hijacking” – Darren Seals

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One of Darren Seals last tweets was about this interview he said was, “The only interview so far that’s telling the truth about #BlackLivesMatter and the #Ferguson hijacking”. Less than 24 hours later he was found murdered, shot and set … More

10

Aug

Meet Darren Seals. Then tell me black death is not a busines

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Meet Darren Seals. Then tell me black death is not a business

This Ferguson protestor and local activist was found murdered in St. Louis last month. To the end, Darren Seals continued to call out those who exploited black suffering … More

18

Nov

Darren Seals speaks out about Black Lives Matter movement

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Darren Seals talks about Black Lives Matter and the hijacking of Ferguson, raw and uncensored. Darren was vilified for speaking out and was later found murdered, shot and his bullet ridden body set on fire. TRIGGER ALERT! Some may find … More

24

Feb

How Black Lives Matter L.A. Undermined and Co-Opted the Movement for Ezell Ford

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How Black Lives Matter L.A. Undermined and Co-Opted the Movement for Ezell Ford by Keyanna Celina:

In order to understand how Black Lives Matter co-opted Ferguson, changed the course of the movement and how we got to where we are More

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09

Jul

The unraveling of BLM continues… <br><br>Am I the only person who finds it ironic a movement built off black deaths, pain and suffering links up with a white woman who ran America’s only woman only ‘terror group’ but has no links to the real black grassroots? Yes, she’s been linked to black orgs back in the 70s, but in no way that would justify her presence in the struggle over lets say a Chairman Fred Hampton Jr UNLESS the fight is not really about black people. It isn’t. It’s about money fam, the money flow going in and out of Black Lives Matter, something Darren Seals and I first exposed.<br><br>”BLM has been a fiscally sponsored project of Thousand Currents, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, since 2016. What this means in practice is that BLM does not have its own IRS tax-exempt status but is operating as a “project” of an organization that does. In the case of 501(c)(3) fiscally sponsored projects, this allows for tax-deductible donations.”<br><br>Follow the money… I’ve been screaming this since Ferguson when all these out of town orgs set up shop, had Ferguson protesters launch orgs as fronts, then funnel donations meant for our movement through their organizations. <br><br>They’re doing the same thing with Biden,<br><br>”Meanwhile, in an investigation it has been found that 99.64% of the Black Lives Matter’s ‘Defund the Police’ donations go to Joe Biden via ActBlue, a Democrat fundraising platform that is the top donor to Biden for President campaign.” You should already be familiar with ActBlue from BLM’s own website. <br><br>Finally, to my ‘consider the source’ negros and honorary negros, don’t take my world. Google, then find a source you like.

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The unraveling of BLM continues...

Am I the only person who finds it ironic a movement built off black deaths, pain and suffering links up with a white woman who ran America's only woman only 'terror group' but has no links to the real black grassroots? Yes, she's been linked to black orgs back in the 70s, but in no way that would justify her presence in the struggle over lets say a Chairman Fred Hampton Jr UNLESS the fight is not really about black people. It isn't. It's about money fam, the money flow going in and out of Black Lives Matter, something Darren Seals and I first exposed.

"BLM has been a fiscally sponsored project of Thousand Currents, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, since 2016. What this means in practice is that BLM does not have its own IRS tax-exempt status but is operating as a “project” of an organization that does. In the case of 501(c)(3) fiscally sponsored projects, this allows for tax-deductible donations."

Follow the money... I've been screaming this since Ferguson when all these out of town orgs set up shop, had Ferguson protesters launch orgs as fronts, then funnel donations meant for our movement through their organizations.

They're doing the same thing with Biden,

"Meanwhile, in an investigation it has been found that 99.64% of the Black Lives Matter’s ‘Defund the Police’ donations go to Joe Biden via ActBlue, a Democrat fundraising platform that is the top donor to Biden for President campaign." You should already be familiar with ActBlue from BLM's own website.

Finally, to my 'consider the source' negros and honorary negros, don't take my world. Google, then find a source you like.

Thousand Currents - Terrorist Ties To Black Lives Matter | GreatGameIndia

Did you know a terrorist expert in cultural warfare is a board of director of Thousand Currents, which funds core operations of Black Lives Matter
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09

Jul

Morning fam,<br>Protesters have been out in the streets for weeks… Performance is getting tired. There is a build up to a climax, with no release. Activists and orgs are scrambling to come up with something, anything, a tangible they can point to as a win in order to ‘justify’ the co-opting a movement they did not start. Ditto for progressives still feeling the sting of the 2nd Democrat sabotage of Bernie Sanders…. a mixture of people who have either been exposed for exploiting black deaths, pain and suffering and/or failed high expectations leading this push. <br><br>Introducing an act, is simply introducing an act. A act does not go into effect until signed into law. This will not be signed into law. We saw this before with BLM/M4BL, Deray McKesson, Brittany Packnett and Netta with Campaign Zero. Memba the photo opps at the White House meeting with Obama? The result? Obama signing Blue Lives Matter legislation.<br><br>It would be foolish to expect a different result under Trump or with a Democrat Congress and nominee that have already publicly resisted calls to defund the police. Especially when violent crime and murders are on the rise (even more so in cities where protesters are making this demand. Coincidence? That’s a post for another day).<br><br>Don’t be fooled. This will not be passed. BLM/M4BL knew this from the onset, it is their way of trying to show something, anything they can call a win, to justify the hijacking of Ferguson and diverting hundreds of millions of dollars intended for the real grass roots into their coffers. And it allows them to solicit more grants and donations in order to fight the good fight. #HereWeGoAgain

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Morning fam,
Protesters have been out in the streets for weeks... Performance is getting tired. There is a build up to a climax, with no release. Activists and orgs are scrambling to come up with something, anything, a tangible they can point to as a win in order to 'justify' the co-opting a movement they did not start. Ditto for progressives still feeling the sting of the 2nd Democrat sabotage of Bernie Sanders.... a mixture of people who have either been exposed for exploiting black deaths, pain and suffering and/or failed high expectations leading this push.

Introducing an act, is simply introducing an act. A act does not go into effect until signed into law. This will not be signed into law. We saw this before with BLM/M4BL, Deray McKesson, Brittany Packnett and Netta with Campaign Zero. Memba the photo opps at the White House meeting with Obama? The result? Obama signing Blue Lives Matter legislation.

It would be foolish to expect a different result under Trump or with a Democrat Congress and nominee that have already publicly resisted calls to defund the police. Especially when violent crime and murders are on the rise (even more so in cities where protesters are making this demand. Coincidence? That's a post for another day).

Don't be fooled. This will not be passed. BLM/M4BL knew this from the onset, it is their way of trying to show something, anything they can call a win, to justify the hijacking of Ferguson and diverting hundreds of millions of dollars intended for the real grass roots into their coffers. And it allows them to solicit more grants and donations in order to fight the good fight. #HereWeGoAgain

The Movement for Black Lives Introduces the BREATHE Act

M4BL: “History is clear that we cannot achieve genuine safety and liberation until we abandon police, prisons, and all punishment paradigms.”
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08

Jul

“The nation’s wealthiest Black investor says the best way to begin to reverse Corporate America’s history of structural racism is for big banks and large companies to spend the next ten years investing directly in banking, telecom, technology, education and healthcare infrastructure to benefit the Black community.”<br><br>He’s wrong, that only makes us beholden to big banks and large companies. The best way to reverse Corporate America’s history of structural racism is reparations. Black billionaires and the black church should invest directly in the black grassroots, banking, telecom, technology, education and healthcare infrastructure to benefit the Black community instead of demanding those outside our community do what they won’t even do.

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"The nation’s wealthiest Black investor says the best way to begin to reverse Corporate America’s history of structural racism is for big banks and large companies to spend the next ten years investing directly in banking, telecom, technology, education and healthcare infrastructure to benefit the Black community."

He's wrong, that only makes us beholden to big banks and large companies. The best way to reverse Corporate America’s history of structural racism is reparations. Black billionaires and the black church should invest directly in the black grassroots, banking, telecom, technology, education and healthcare infrastructure to benefit the Black community instead of demanding those outside our community do what they won't even do.

The 2% Solution: Inside Billionaire Robert Smith’s Bold Plan To Funnel Billions To America’s Black-Owned Businesses

The nation’s wealthiest Black investor says the best way to begin to reverse Corporate America’s history of structural racism is for big banks and large companies to spend the next ten years investing directly in banking, telecom and technology, to the benefit of the Black community.