BLM knowingly plays a pivotal role in China’s quest to attain geopolitical and ideological supremacy by destabilizing the United States.
BLM’s role is so pivotal that many of the group’s leaders and affiliated bodies have relationships with organizations that are connected to China through fronts or diplomatic contacts.
“Black Lives Matter is a Communist organization 100 percent, tied to foreign Communists and directly to the Communist Party of China,” said Trevor Loudon, an author and filmmaker from New Zealand who has studied Marxist movements for more than 30 years. …
“The best way to have a revolution is to utilize racial differences. In modern America, the Maoists all say, ‘The people of color — the black, Latino, Asian-American, Native American — are being oppressed by the white, Christian, capitalist patriarchy.’
“The only way you can get rid of that oppression, get rid of that racism, is to overthrow the white, Christian, capitalist patriarchy. It’s Marxist revolution based on color, rather than class.”
Compare Loudon’s and Mao’s comments to remarks made by BLM co-founder Alicia Garza to a left-wing convention in 2015:
“It’s not possible for a world to emerge where black lives matter if it’s under capitalism, and it’s not possible to abolish capitalism without a struggle against national oppression and gender oppression.” …
Examples of ties:
The China-United States Exchange Foundation [CUSEF], founded in 2008, courts professors, students, government officials and reporters through tours, private discussions, dinners and joint research. The targets include historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and the Congressional Black Caucus.
For the past four years, CUSEF paid an American consulting firm almost $670,000 to influence black students, professors and Congressional representatives. …
The CUSEF is linked to China’s Communist Party through the United Front, a network of party organizations. The United Front works overseas “to co-opt and neutralize potential sources of opposition to the policies and authority” of the Communist Party, and encourages its targets “to take actions or adopt positions supportive of Beijing’s preferred policies,” stated the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review.
Or as Jamestown Foundation fellow Peter Mattis said about the Chinese, “If they cultivate enough people in the right places, they start to change the debate without having to directly inject their own voice.” …
Enter Black Lives Matter.
When a security guard killed Trayvon Martin in 2013, [Alicia] Garza joined with Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tonetti to create the organization through a hashtag, #BlackLivesMatter. All three belonged to Liberation Road, an ideological descendant of the Maoist New Communist Movement. Garza also belongs to Left Roots, a subsidiary of Liberation Road.
“It really was a scam from start to finish,” Loudon said. “They came up with the hashtag, put it out there and all the Liberation Road front groups and friendly media all around the country re-tweeted it, elevated it and made it into a movement. There’s nothing spontaneous about this whatsoever.”
Garza, a native of the Bay Area, also had been working with the San Francisco chapter of the Chinese Progressive Association [CPA] since 2012. The CPA provides funding for the Black Futures Lab, a BLM subsidiary that Garza created to create policies and organize blacks. BLM calls the Black Futures Lab “a fiscally sponsored project of the Chinese Progressive Association.”
One of Garza’s close friends is Alex Tom, a fellow student activist when both attended UC San Diego. Tom not only led the Chinese Progressive Association, he organized delegations to China, “boasts of his close association with Chinese diplomats in San Francisco (and) boasts of defending China,” Loudon said.
“This is basically a Chinese operation,” Loudon called the CPA, “a Communist Chinese operation.”
So were the riots in Ferguson, Mo. in 2014 after Michael Brown’s death and in Minneapolis last year after Floyd’s death. A group called Organization for Black Struggle organized the violence in Ferguson. Leading that group was Jamala Rogers, a long-time member of Liberation Road.
“They brought 10,000 people from out of town to burn down Ferguson,” Loudon said. “They were visited by delegations of Left Roots and Liberation Road members, some of whom had just returned from a visit to Communist China, where they met with Chinese Communist Party members, by their own admission.”
Most of the businesses they destroyed were owned by African-Americans.
“The revolution doesn’t want prosperous black people,” Loudon said. “They only want oppressed, poverty-stricken, embittered black people.” …
Following Floyd’s death, a BLM affiliate called the Movement 4 Black Lives, organized the ensuing mayhem nationwide.
“These are the people who coordinated riots and demonstrations all over the country for week after week after week,” said Loudon, who identified them as “people directly affiliated to the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, people who travel to China to meet with Communist Party officials.” …
An act of war:
“They are deliberately using America’s racial differences to stir Americans up, to bring about a civil war, to weaken this country and destroy President [Donald] Trump,” Loudon said about the Chinese. “This, to me, is an act of war.”
Who benefits from covid? China, principally at the expense of the USA.
Who benefits from BLM, anti-white racism, and woke? China, at the expense of the USA.
Who benefits from “climate change”? China, because it is building coal stations at a huge rate while the West decarbonizes at great cost.