The Issue is Never The Issue

If you haven’t figured it out by now Black Lives Matter (BLM) is not an organization about saving Black lives; but pushing an ideology that draws together LGBTQ activism, Marxism, and Critical Race Theory. Collectively, these have become the trifecta that has highjacked the conversation about “race”. BLM has cloaked its mission with trappings of black liberation combined with elements of the civil rights movement. However, their underlying intent is to destroy our Democratic Republic.

So, as they rant and rave about racism pulling-down statues of confederate generals; they also condemn statues of Washington, Jefferson, and even Lincoln. In fact, they’ve even pulled down a statue of Frederick Douglass in Rochester New York, clearly a racist if you ever saw one. 

Needless to say, the issue of race is just a tool used to delegitimize our government, and its founding principles. The anti-racists assert that America is racist and built on racism. The marches, the riots, the speeches, and constant attempts to manipulate White people through guilt, and Black people through melanin solidarity is all just a tool to accomplish a once hidden goal: to fundamentally transform America from a democratic republic to a Marxist state. As a result, Black America becomes the “useful idiot” that Vladimir Lenin is said to have spoken about (or at least has been attributed to him). The “useful idiot” is the person or group that advocates for a cause not understanding what that cause is really about.  

People are divided and arguing about issues that really aren’t the issue. As many have pointed out BLM doesn’t care about Black lives at all. They care about power for the LGBTQ black community and Marxist ideology, to name a few.

However, once you pull back the curtain you find out that none of their ideas make any sense. For instance, the anti-racists or social justice warriors say they are against White supremacist European culture. Yet, they are trained in the teachings of White European Karl Marx. Thus, you might come to understand this is not about race if the ideological leader of your “black movement” is white. It’s about power and money (economics). Karl Marx was a white German philosopher, who was also a racist.

In a 1979 book by Nathaniel Weyl entitled, “Karl Marx: Racist” Weyl states: 

“Publicly and for political reasons, both Marx and Engels posed as friends of the Negro. In private, they were anti-Black racists of the most odious sort. They had contempt for the entire Negro race, a contempt they expressed by comparing Negroes to animals, by identifying black people with ‘idiots,’ and by continuously using the opprobrious term nigger in their private correspondence.”[1] Weyl goes on to quote Marx in his description of a mutual acquaintance of Engels: “It is now absolutely clear to me that, as both the shape of his head and his hair texture shows—he descends from the Negroes who joined Moses’ flight from Egypt (unless his mother or grandmother on the paternal side hybridized with a nigger). Now, this combination of Germanness and Jewishness with a primarily negro substance necessarily creates a strange product. The pushiness of the fellow is also nigger-like.”[2]

Now if Marx isn’t a “white supremacist” we need to redefine the term. Furthermore, if you add critical race theory BLM should know they can’t appropriate Marxism, because, by definition, Marx is a racist by virtue of his “whiteness.” He was also Western European, which anti-racist reject as well.

So, tell me again what’s really the issue? Oh yeah, Black Lives Matter. Don’t get me wrong, ironically in one way they do reflect Karl Marx. He didn’t care about Black lives, and neither do those behind the BLM movement. The irony of it all. 

With that said, the question is how can we talk about the real issue? In order to save Black lives, we need to save the family. Because Black Families Matter more than you know.

[1] Nathaniel Weyl, Karl Marx: Racist, (New York: Arlington House, 1979) , page 71.

[2] Ibid

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