Black Lives Matter is a Communist Organization

Written By Neil McKenzie-Sutter, Posted on July 29, 2020

While Black Lives Matter, the Organization ‘BLM’ is an Intersectional-Leftist Mess 

Anyone and everyone should want to agree with the verbal/written statement that is ‘Black Lives Matter.’

That being said, if you’re finding you have issues with the organization called Black Lives Matter, you’re not alone. The truth is that BLM, although it’s only a few years old, has had a problematic history

It’s become totally clear, to me at least, that in the time since the death of George Floyd the Black Live Matter organization is a complete leftist-intersectionalist mess. 

Exhibit A, the worldwide calls for ‘Defunding the Police’ after George Floyd’s death were  sparked in large part by the BLM organization. 

I’ve personally gotten into enough arguments with people about whether ‘Defunding’ the police means full abolition, or removal of just some funding. It seems like a mixed bag, however anyone who will argue that absolutely 0 percent of people are calling for total abolition of the police is either lying or misinformed. 

Look no further for an example than the instance of the BLM protests shouting down the Mayor of Minnapolis on June 6th, 2020, for not then and there agreeing to total abolition of the Minneapolis police force

And indeed, Minneapolis city council submitted to the insane demands of BLM, and voted on a later on in June to disband the entire Minneapolis police force in 2021

What will happen in 2021 when Minnapolis doesn’t have a real police force? I can’t believe I’m having to explain this, but I don’t even have to because we actually got a sneak peak of what that would look like when in Seattle, police abandoned a 6 block area of that city after coming under continuous low-intensity attack from ANTIFA/BLM protesters for 8 days; the police eventually being ordered out of the ‘protest’ zone by the Seattle mayor. 

What ensued in that zone was the creation of the CHAZ/CHOP zone, featuring an even brutal de facto police force, run by oft described ‘warlord’ of the CHAZ


If you want to do more research on the CHAZ, you should; if it was anything, the CHAZ  was interesting, but this is an article on why I’ve soured on BLM as an organization and not the CHAZ specifically. 

I’ll just underline my point here: the creation of the CHAZ in Seattle was due to the removal of police, and BLM has heavily advocated for abolishing the police. 

For the record, social workers absolutely cannot replace an actual law enforcement body, anyone claiming they can is flat out wrong. Criminals are not scared of being lectured to by political ideologues on the negative outcomes of their choices. They are criminals, not children.

This was the first instance that really turned me against BLM, although there are other reasons. 

One thing that will turn you against the BLM is their organizational website, which is one of the biggest leftist-intersectional messes I think I’ve come across that wasn’t written as a parody. 

If you’re looking for a laugh, I recommend checking out BLM’s site for yourself, but here’s this juicy tidbit to get you started. This quote is taken from BLM’s ‘What We Believe,’ section

‘We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.

We foster a queer‐affirming network. When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking, or rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual (unless s/he or they disclose otherwise).’

So BLM is openly stating here that they’re against the nuclear family (having a stable mother and father in the home). I don’t know about you, but as a young adult looking to start a family soon, I was totally turned off of the organization when I read this. 

Here’s another spicy quote, also from BLM’s ‘What We Believe’ section: 

‘We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.’

 The use of the term ‘comrade,’ there got me suspicious about whether or not BLM had communist sympathies. It’s not a common term, and really the only time you hear it being used in the 20th and 21st centuries is in socialist/communist contexts. 

Low and behold, I was unsurprised only a few weeks later when we saw a flurry of stories of BLM activists admitting they were trained Marxists… Totally unsurprising. So I’m certainly not a Marxist-communist, and I’m guessing most of you aren’t either. 

In my opinion, that ideology needs to be tossed onto the garbage heap of history as soon as possible, and in that sense BLM can go as well.  

What really set it over the edge for me was when the leader of the Toronto chapter of BLM was revealed to have made appalling, racist statements about white people

This is the moment when I lost all respect for BLM: it’s how you can tell they’re being dishonest about what their goals are as an organization. You can’t fight anti-black targeted racism by creating more, this time anti-white targeted racism and think you’re going to end racism. 

Not only do I hate this because I’m white, and I obviously hate racism targeted at me, or towards anyone else for that matter, but I also know that this organization, marketing itself as anti-racist, is doomed to fail. 

There’s more to it than that; just search anything to do with BLM and you’ll probably find something scummy that I haven’t covered here, but I only have so much space.

Again, nothing wrong with supporting the idea of black people’s lives mattering, but if you still support the BLM organization, I’m going to start feeling free to judge you.

Neil McKenzie-Sutter

4 responses to “Black Lives Matter is a Communist Organization”

  1. Wendy says:

    In addition to all the reasons you mentioned, their finances are suspect in terms of how donations are spent; I believe an unusally high percentage for administration, as well as indication that the money is funneled to the Democratic party.

  2. kop says:

    thank you sir for an astute observation and having it printed.

  3. Donald Goodman says:

    Theb most sensible article I have read in a long time.

  4. Barb Mills says:

    If you look into who is behind this organization you’ll find out it’s George Soros.