Which is worse? Receiving funding from a Nazi collaborator or misappropriating a movement? What if you did both?
If you didn’t know by now, Black Lives Matter was anything but organic and was funded by George Soros and other networks who have a history of infiltrating and influencing organic movements. Soros himself has a history of participating in the psychological warfare that was used against his own race in WW2. His massive accumulation of wealth involved bankrupting a currency for his own personal gain.
Pepsi while not the healthiest, has never participated in genocide to our knowledge. And the company didn’t misappropriate the movement, however Black Lives Matter did. The faux movement he claimed to be the leader of until questioned about funding.
The “Pepsi Ad Controversy” is a joke. Especially since Black Lives Matter misappropriated the entire movement to push their agenda at the expense of all real revolutionaries and founders. Not only did they misappropriate the culture, they slandered and sabotaged those coming together for justice in various ways including victims.
The Black Lives Matter “network” was nothing new and many of the affiliated organizations existed before the Ferguson uprising ever began. Black Lives Matter, which sold the public on being grassroots and organic, had obtained over $10 million dollars through its extensive network before the protests ever began. That money was used to co-opt the Ferguson Movement (the true grassroots movement for black lives) as well as The Movement (the true grassroots movement for Millennials). How did that all happen? Funding.
Ferguson residents have been calling out Black Lives Matter for over 2 years now. Founders of their movement have gone to various media outlets with no avail. Their story and experience is well documented and available for the public to view. These activists. The true activists. Are continuing to do the work. These are accessible people who can give you the factual account of what happened in Ferguson and how that ‘Movement’ got its start. The reason that their story has never hit the mainstream airwaves and why certain information is being suppressed. Funding.
The entire history of The Movement was erased and distorted in the media by none other than DNC surrogate Deray McKesson. He not only tried to go on national television and represent The Movement, but he’s solicited untold amounts on behalf of it without even mentioning the company that founded the brand and movement he claims to be part of. His unlawful use of the brand helped him gain credibility within the activist community.
McKesson is a modern day COINTEL agent backed up by factual evidence. McKesson didn’t start The Movement. He wasn’t a leader in Ferguson. McKesson didn’t let the residents of Ferguson or The Movement know that he was working with the DNC, Twitter, as well as other companies that had vested interest in The Movement. The Pepsi ad controversy would be comical if it weren’t so sad and enraging to those who truly started this movement and understand the moves that were made for profit.
Activists have lost their lives. Some have had their lives ruined by the very slander of Deray McKesson and Black Lives Matter. Victims were talked over while Shaun King and Deray McKesson pushed traumatizing video after traumatizing video for Twitter followers and a digital presence. Also known as revenue in the media world. Shaun King’s own team turned on him at one point, the same with McKesson’s partner in crime, Johnetta Elzie. While the grassroots were organizing, Black Lives Matter were infighting, creating scandal after scandal that ultimately killed momentum of the movement.
Black Lives Matter is a “slap in the face” to activism. As well as McKesson. He knows this too well. When the father of the victim you were supposed to be protesting for calls you “thieves in the night.” It’s time to give up the con game. The reality is that Deray McKesson has scammed actual victims, while not being a victim himself, and has made everything about himself just to promote products and gain money and access. Meanwhile, The Movement was self-funded and we’ve done all the work for free.
Please stop the con games Black Lives Matter. You’ve misappropriated and misrepresented yourself from the beginning. The American people deserve better and you’ve never been supporters of The Movement. You can’t get mad at Pepsi when all you’ve done is misappropriate.