Black Lives Matter Leadership Reveals Their Plan To ‘Completely Dismantle’ American Society

One of the Black Lives Matter leaders says capitalism is destroying the United States, and has called to “completely dismantle” law enforcement and public society in a new documentary from Ami Horowitz which uncovers the damage and story behind the 2020 BLM riots…

The Black Lives Matter movement was borne as a social media movement out of protest to the acquittal of a neighborhood watch coordinator following the killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida in 2013.

But during the height of the coronavirus pandemic last year, BLM riots grew in intensity and enormity across the globe following the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer.

According to the Washington Post at least 25 people lost their lives during the months of protests.

Mr Horowitz told skynews.com.au he spent the year going behind the scenes of “nearly every major riot” across the United States to speak with protesters, national BLM figures, and black community leaders.

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“It is vital to note, that while most protesters did not engage in violence, nearly every protester justified the violence in some way,” he said.

Much of Black Lives Matter’s notoriety has come following alleged police shootings of black Americans, prompting the movement to heavily push for defunding or abolishing law enforcement.

National Black Lives Matter leader and Los Angeles chapter founder Melina Abdullah told Mr Horowitz, modern policing was a “vestige of chattel slavery” which perpetuated the oppression of black Americans. “Wouldn’t it be ridiculous to say let’s reform a vestige of chattel slavery. We do have to be prepared to completely dismantle the system of public safety,” she said.

Many of BLM’s founders have publicly endorsed the total abolition of the police force labelling it an inherently racist institution. BLM co-founder Opal Tometi tweeted in 2015: “Abolish the police. Instead let’s have full social economic and political equality.”

“Wouldn’t it be ridiculous to say let’s reform a vestige of chattel slavery. We do have to be prepared to completely dismantle the system of public safety,” she said.

Many of BLM’s founders have publicly endorsed the total abolition of the police force labelling it an inherently racist institution. BLM co-founder Opal Tometi tweeted in 2015: “Abolish the police. Instead let’s have full social economic and political equality.”

Fellow co-founder Patrisse Cullors has been outspoken about the need to defund or abolish the police, and suggested the entire criminal justice system was broken following the conviction of Derek Chauvin over the murder of George Floyd.

“It’s not a sign that our criminal justice system is working it’s actually a sign that it’s broken, it’s a sign that it’s never worked for us and that we have to move toward abolition,” Ms Cullors said.

Mr. Horowitz said the message pushed by the BLM leadership echoed down to the grassroots rioters during the protests. “The vast majority of the protesters were perpetuating the blood libel that police are targeting unarmed black people for death,” he said.

Countless rioters spoke to Mr Horowitz during the filming of the documentary advocating for destruction and even violence against police. “If there is no change, there might be a lot more destroying until there is, but I think some destruction and looting kinda sends the message to the people,” one rioter said. “You gotta have violence, there’s four levels of protesting; Looting and rioting is part of being protesting,” said another. “I think we should kill them bitches,” a protester told Mr Horowitz about the police force.

Mr. Horowitz said BLM’s leadership was not interested in “reforming the system” but was focused on tearing down the entire modern capitalist society. “Their goal is to tear down all the systems as a way to destroy the fabric of the United States, and replace it with a race-based Marxism,” he said.

This belief was echoed by Ms. Abdullah who said she could not think of “an example of a system that is clean,” and said criminal justice in the United States had to be demolished. “It’s a racist system, it’s an oppressive system,” she said.

Ms. Abdullah also claimed capitalism was “absolutely” destroying the United States. “Capitalism – which is based on this drive for profit in the unpaid labour of the worker – super exploits black people and creates systems to kind of shore it up,” she said.

A key feature of the riots which gripped cities across the United States was the “looting” and destruction of both large retail chains, and small family owned businesses.

Insurance claims resulting from the violence and devastation to property and businesses are estimated to total between $1 billion and $2 billion, according to Axios, while BLM received up to $10 billion in donations last year according to The Economist.

Local Chicago Pastor Corey Brooks told Ami Horowitz, his community was “already dealing with economic issues,” and said the destruction caused by the BLM riots devastated the city’s heavily black populated south side. “The last thing we need are for companies to pull out, for stores to close, for people to not have the resources because of rioting and looting,” Mr Brooks said. “These are individuals who don’t understand the impact that it has on people who live in these communities.

“There are mom and pop stores all around the south side of Chicago who have experienced the looting and experienced the rioting and they’re not going to open again because they’ve been devastated. “The unemployment soars … that does not help us, that does not help our cause, that does not help us transform our communities, it does not help us to rebuild what we’re trying to do as a community. “It only deteriorates it and destroys it even more.”

Mr Brooks sensationally said the organization which claims to enhance and protect black lives did not care about the lives of those in the communities in the south side of Chicago. He said if black lives “really matter to BLM” the protesters and leaders would be up in arms when countless black children die in the community. “If they really matter where are you,” he said.

“It’s amazing to me that organizations can say they’re for black lives but when black lives are being eradicated and taken and stolen there’s no sight of them.”

Mr. Horowitz reflected on the filming of the documentary and said he was amazed by how the “mainstream press were abetting the rioters” by not filming the violence. “I often would see the camera crews from major news outlets with their cameras down as the violence was occurring and their cameras filming as the police responded. It was truly astonishing,” he told Skynews.com.au.

He said the documentary showed how the organization’s leaders like Malina Abdullah were “not interested” in reforming the system. “While I know this sounds like hyperbole, all you have to do is ask the right questions and listen to their answers.  Malina was interviewed dozens of times and never asked the questions that I asked.”

The Black Lives Matter protesters numbered between 15 and 26 million people in the United States, making it one of the largest civil rights movements in the country’s history.

The implications of the movement are still being felt today, with the push to defund the police gaining mainstream national political traction.✪




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