Fortune Magazine listed the Black Lives Matter founders “Among the world’s greatest leaders.” Shaun King, the writer who helped the Black Lives Matter brand co-opt the Ferguson Movement, has remained visible, even landing a job at the New York Daily News. Deray McKesson and Brittany Packnett both visited the White House, and had contact with the White House before and after the uprising.
Nothing can not create itself. There always has to be something to create any sort of action beyond thought.
Before Ferguson became known as the spark of the revolution, there was an agenda behind the Black Lives Matter company. There was funding that was collected, with an agenda, that was carried out after the tragic killing of Michael Brown Jr. The fact that the brand attaches its rise to another tragic killing, shows that they were actively trying to figure out a way to address a situation. In this situation another interracial killing.
If there were no leaders, there would have never been a Black Lives Matter hashtag. The three founders, who have described their inspiration in great detail, actively planned their onset from 2013. For the brand to claim to be leaderless after its leaders collected untold amounts in donation money, has been more than disingenuous.
Michael Brown Sr. recently stated that Black Lives Matter came to Ferguson like, “thieves in the night.” They rebranded two distinct grassroots movements. Including the organizing movement. They set up shop, stole the spotlight, and then used the media to control the narrative about the events that were taking place in the city, and the demands of the community. As our company investigated further, we found that Black Lives Matter’s claims of leading the community were false. According to their own leaders they organized their ride to Ferguson weeks after the Ferguson uprising had taken place. Nyota Uhura, a great writer, activist and thought leader in the area, went into extensive detail on The Advise Show about how the organization co-opted the grassroots efforts of the area.
Someone had to carry our those specific actions in order to control the narrative. In our news coverage thus far we have gone into some detail about the origins of The Movement, including factual information backed by digital trails, witness testimony, and indisputable evidence. For those within the movement, the evidence is more than sufficient enough to prove that Deray McKesson was a double agent, acting as both revolution leader and undercover Democrat.
The web of lies told by the Black Lives Matter cover up would make your head spin from the lack of consistency and the numerous implications to a completely grassroots movement. It could be argued that our entire country has stayed the same and even regressed in some of the areas addressed by Black Lives Matter. Specifically race relations.
The funding fueled by stealing, lies and black death, has impacted the black community more than any other, as funding that was meant for black communities has been re-directed. When questioned about funding the visible faces of the BLM movement renounced their affiliation. In hindsight, a ‘leaderless’ movement, at least in theory, resolves them of all accountability. In theory. In reality there is a digital and paper trail showing their statements, actions and history. There are publications detailing exactly how the brand was used.
The claim that Black Lives Matter is a leaderless movement is a lie. The term ‘leader’ has a clear definition. There were specific actions taking by their leaders, to co-opt and manipulate a grassroots rebellion for their own personal gain.
In future articles, we will detail exactly how they cheated even with the funding, and how certain platforms were manipulated to control the country’s grassroots democratic efforts. The rats may have abandoned the ship, but as leaders, they are still responsible for the victims they created, people they have harmed, and the public that they have defrauded.
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Written by TBTR staff.