TIME came out with their annual “100 Most Influential People of 2020” this week and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) founders were on the list — because why wouldn’t they be? The “Marxist” and “anti-capitalist” co-founders of BLM were featured in TIME’s “Icons” section, as if they’re somehow to be looked up to in any fashion.
The little blurb describing why co-founders Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi are so “influential” was written by Sybrina Fulton, the founder of the Trayvon Martin Foundation.
“This is about human lives,” Fulton wrote. “We want people to support us, stand with us, write a letter, speak to your local officials, join a rally. Do something. Make sure people are hearing your voice saying, “Black lives matter.” We can’t give up. Patrisse, Alicia and Opal won’t.”
No, this is about Marxism, anti-capitalism and the fall of the traditional nuclear family. You used to be able to go to BLM’s website where they weren’t afraid to tell anyone what they believe, but they’ve since become cowards and true communists by taking their “What We Believe” webpage down in order to hide their true intentions.
In 2015, both Cullors and Garza publicly declared who they are and what their motives seem to be in their “movement.”
“Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists," Cullors said in a 2015 interview. "We are super versed on, sort of, ideological theories.”
As for Garza, her “anti-capitalism” comments came during the 2015 Left Forum at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.
“It’s not possible for a world to emerge where black lives matter if it’s under capitalism,” Garza said. “And it’s not possible to abolish capitalism without a struggle against national oppression and gender oppression.”
Yeah, total “icons.”
Among other notables on the overall list were President Donald Trump, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).