First thing you need to know about Black Lives Matter is that there is nothing organic about them. They did not start the protests in Ferguson. They’d received millions in funding prior to Ferguson, and never led things on the ground in the city. Ferguson’s leaders worked with The Movement, which was 100% grassroots and self-funded forming the broader movement, the movement. Black Lives Matter actively worked against the movement, all the while claiming to be affiliated. Which was a blatant lie. Here is an account from an Original Ferguson protester, and we are the company that started and mobilized ‘The Movement.’
Deray Mckesson is a COINTEL agent. Literally. He is DNC surrogate paid by the DNC establishment to push their agenda at the expense of The Movement. He is using his access to media to control the narrative and push things in favor of the DNC establishment and against the movement. He didn’t start anything, but inserted himself into the picture in order to sabotage. He has yet to mention or recognize the founders of The Movement even going so far as slandering them and calling a founder a “troll.” Yet he claims affiliation in his Twitter profile and when appearing on major publications.
The Movement wasn’t focused solely on African American issues. It was started by multiple races, and its goal was not to coordinate with the DNC, but to challenge them. It was a move away from the 2 party stranglehold not an attempt to maintain it. The DNC was the organization who sent tanks to Ferguson after residents took to the streets to protests an unjust Police killing . They were the establishment that continued to let police officers off, even when there was evidence of wrongdoing. The DNC establishment was in power when the protests began, and had failed to address the systemic issues that created the unrest in the first place. The DNC wanted to control ‘the movement,’ but didn’t want to address the systemic issues that created the police corruption problem in the first place. Including the war on drugs.
Prior to Ferguson over half a million were mobilized via Taking Back the Radio. At the time, it was the largest movement in the country, and provided the media coverage that helped break the Ferguson uprising into the national and international spotlight. People confuse The Movement with the protests. They are not the same. It wasn’t tragedy, but inspiration that started the mobilization efforts of The Movement. Ferguson literally started a ‘movement’ through their protests. Leaders from Ferguson used the slogan, and worked with The Movement, and that is where the confusion comes in. The Movement was a real mobilizing slogan. Black Lives Matter was a slogan introduced nearly a month after the protests began, five months after The Movement began, when the 3 founders of Black Lives Matter began bussing in protesters and attempting to re-brand the movement via social media.
They were successful, but not through competition but platform manipulation. No one knew Black Lives Matter was working with Twitter which was in turn blocking #TheMovement hashtag, and propping the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag. These were hashtags not only being used to mobilize, but for protection. Everyone who started the movement risked their life in doing so. Not only did Twitter compromise people’s safety, but they also pushed a political movement on the masses fraudulently, which ultimately damaged the African American community. The irony of it being a non-profit named “Black Lives Matter.” What most fail to understand is that there was never a competition between The Movement and Black Lives Matter. When there were debates Black Lives Matter always lost them.
The founders of Ferguson’s movement mobilized around The Movement. And The Movement mobilized around them. Black Lives Matter was a non-profit, funded by George Soros and the DNC establishment, to be used as a “sleeper cell” once a race related tragedy began. Black Lives Matter wasn’t focused on police corruption prior to Ferguson, and none of their leadership are actual victims. They did however, have “black” in their name and were also focusing on lgbt issues. They attempted to show solidarity to our company, and the movement, and then sabotaged everything from the inside. Whether it was greed, ego, or both, what it led to was the total collapse of the movement. Instead of those who started the movement getting funded so that they could continue their work, a non-profit with a hidden agenda counter to The Movement was being funded which was working against the original founders. Even with ALL of the original founders stating that Black Lives Matter was a fraudulent organization the media continued to push the false narrative that they were leading ‘the movement.’ The youth movement.
Once major publications started pushing the Black Lives Matter narrative, other groups affiliated with the movement were discredited professionally. They literally attached themselves to an existing movement and then slandered all of those who started it in an attempt to thrust themselves into the spotlight. order to push their narrative which was counter to the founding of The Movement. They even misappropriated the brand that started it all by using ‘the movement’ to gain credibility as revolutionaries. Which they were not. They were a non-profit funded by George Soros who heavily funds the Democrats.
They still have yet to account for their corruption, or clear anything up in the media. However, they do continue to pretend to be “social justice warriors” while focusing on other people’s corruption daily. What they know is that by clearing things up, their entire story unravels and falls apart. The people would be united around a true revolutionary movement. Leaders in The Movement are reasonable and good people. Everything was started at a grassroots level for that reason. Before being a leader on a national level, its often required to be a leader on a local level. Georgetown college and Western Kentucky University students started ‘The Movement.’ By starting things on a grassroots level, history can always be traced to help identify intent. The first red flag about Black Lives Matter was how fast they rose to prominence, and the fact that they didn’t have any grassroots leadership. Also that they piggy backed Ferguson’s movement, instead of starting their own. They were waiting on the next big thing to make money from.
Ultimately they were not capable of making the decisions needed to push the country forward. The end result was a lost election. A country more divided than ever. And African Americans, who they claimed to be supporting, being even further behind economically, as they sabotaged economic efforts started by the movement, while offering no alternatives. For your information reparations are not an economic plan.
Nearly 3 years later what we’ve all learned from this social expirement is that money can be the root of all evil. Some people will do anything for money. Including sell out their own race and harming others. People will lie for money. Steal for money. And kill for money. All of which could have occurred as a result of this scandal being uncovered. Those who worked out of good faith, and didn’t take the ‘Black Lives Matter’ money stayed true to the cause. And continue to show unity. Those who were in it for the money have all been exposed. Resources that were supposed to go to hard working Americans, and communities in need, went back to the same corporations that created the environment we’re currently in.
What happened is that politically, economically, and socially the entire country was “recycled.” Back to the original players which resulted in no progress, and possibly regression when it comes to the issues that were originally being addressed by The Movement. Because of money, America missed an opportunity to change the world. Instead, we’re currently the laughing stock of it.