BLM Supports Police Brutality in Communist Cuba

Written By Daniel Bordman, Posted on July 15, 2021

Black Lives Matter has marketed itself as an organization that is deeply concerned about the problem of police brutality.  However, their recent endorsement of the Communist police state of Cuba while they are brutalizing their civilians asking for freedom casts some doubt on their ideology.

It should be noted that 2 of the founders of BLM are openly Marxists and the other identifies as a Socialist. Like all Marxist leaders, once they obtained some measure of power they made sure to enrich themselves first.  For co-funder, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, it came in the form of 4 high-end real estate properties.

A criticism that has been lobbied against BLM and other Left-wing groups by pundits such as myself is that they tend to hate the people/things they hate more than they love the groups they purport to love. This recent endorsement of Cuba looks to be the starkest example of that.


To an outside observer, it would seem highly improbable that BLM would ever take the side of a violent police force over an unarmed populace, yet here we are.  For those more familiar with the radical Left the explanation is rather simple.  BLM is anti-American and anti-Western by nature, and since Cuba is an enemy of the West, the old adage the enemy of my enemy is my friend applies.

For now, the BLM corporation will continue to promote itself as a group that fights anti-black racism around the world while ignoring anti-black racism in places like Cuba or Libya, which currently sells black Africans as slaves. With the obsequious nature of the mainstream media the illusion of BLM’s virtue is likely to be maintained in some circles, but hopefully not for much longer.

Daniel Bordman

Daniel is the host of political satire show Uninterrupted, runs multiple podcasts and has written for a variety of publications. Daniel is also the communications coordinator of the Canadian Antisemitism Education Foundation. You can find him on Twitter here. Uninterrupted on YouTube

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