There is a video making the rounds on another platform pieced together from a talk by G. Edward Griffin on Apr 3, 1969, entitled “More Deadly than War: The Communist Revolution in America”.
The video in it’s entirety (not piecemealed) can be watched here:
There are several things going on here… So here we go…
Claim 1 — BLM (the organization) is a front group for Marxists.
Here is the proof.
At 7:03 she states: “Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists.”
Claim 2 — Marxists do not care about the plight of black people and are using them to further their agenda. The proof is found in this 1958 book by Manning Johnson:
Manning was a full member of the National Negro Commission of the Communist Party. He discovered that they didn’t care about the Negro people. He dropped out and tried to tell everyone what the Communists were up to. This is a quote from the video:
“Black rebellion was what Moscow wanted, bloody racial conflict would split America. During the confusion, demoralization and panic would set in… Then finally the [communists] say: “workers stop work. Many of them seize arms by attacking arsenals. Street fights become frequent. Under leadership of the Communist party, the workers organize revolutionary committees to be in command of the uprising. Armed workers seize the principal government offices. Invade the residences of the President and cabinet members, arrest them, declare the old regime abolished, establish their own power.”
Claim 3 — The capitalist economy must come to a halt to allow revolution.
Robert Williams, who is a well known communist, says:
“The lifeblood of US Capitalism is it’s productive capacity and it’s extensive commerce. If these two factors were to become paralyzed and rendered sterile, the orderly function of the government establishment would degenerate into a state of chaos and the superstructure of the system would collapse. The more automated a society is, the more vulnerable it is to the forces of calamity. What would highly mechanized America be without electrical power? What would it be without modern transportation? What would it be without it’s industrial capacity?”
From Urban Dictionary:
A confusing political magic trick by which marxist/communist principles (equal group outcomes superceding individual rights, collectivization of guilt and grievance) infect the minds of people who have a genuine desire to show empathy for victims of racism because they care enough to show support but not enough to figure out what it is they are supporting.
Person 1: doesn’t burning buildings and looting stores make even more people unfairly associate black people with criminality and violence?
Person 2: (sigh) yes….
Person 1: why would blm want to get rid of the police? Arent there an exponentially larger number of black crime victims due to LACK of police than from police brutality?
Person 2: (cries for black people and sighs)…yes
by cdb8987 September 09, 2020
From Rita Panahi:
More than 700 officers injured in George Floyd protests across US
WASHINGTON — More than 700 law enforcement officers have been injured on the job during nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd — with nearly 300 of those among New York’s Finest, according to the Department of Justice and the NYPD.
Since mass unrest over Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody first broke out on May 27, approximately 700 federal, state and local law enforcement officers have sustained injuries in clashes with demonstrators, according to Justice Department data.Source: https://nypost.com/2020/06/08/more-than-700-officers-injured-in-george-floyd-protests-across-us/
At least 150 federal buildings have also been damaged across the country, according to Homeland Security’s Federal Protective Service.Source: https://nypost.com/2020/06/08/more-than-700-officers-injured-in-george-floyd-protests-across-us/
Mark Levin: Black Lives Matter is a MARXIST, Anarchist Movement and They Admit It!
Nigel Farage has condemned Black Lives Matter in the United Kingdom as a “dangerous, Marxist organisation” backed by the likes of George Soros and “Hell-bent” on overturning society.
The Brexit Party leader said he was “appalled” by the violence. He said:
“[T]he tearing down of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol… for the second day in a row, Winston Churchill’s statue in Parliament Square being defaced… a mob around the statue screaming ‘Churchill was a racist’; we saw another assault on the Cenotaph, this time with some yob climbing up there and trying to set fire with a cigarette lighter to the Union Flag — these were just some of the highlights from what happened in the United Kingdom,”
Nigel Farage severely criticised the BBC for portraying the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement as “so peaceful and so wonderful” after multiple “violent and ugly” protests, with “over 50 Metropolitan Police officers” injured — “some of them seriously”. He continued:
“It’s not to say there aren’t still things in society that aren’t perfectly fair — but it is to say this, and to say it very, very clearly: this Black Lives Matter movement is a dangerous, Marxist organisation, hell-bent on anarchy, and we need to wake up, get some facts into our heads, and understand what it is we’re fighting.”
Nigel points out that the “main agenda” of the movement “is the defunding of the police force — that’s right, they want to effectively close down the established police force in the United States of America, and that’s what the key activists in this country want to do as well.”
“They’re aiming at a radical redistribution of wealth, they’re hinting at assets being taken from private companies and put into the hands of workers — I mean, look, this is a little bit like the 1917 Lenin manifesto which saw the communist revolution in Russia,”Nigel Farage
“That’s the kind of thing that we’re dealing with here, and it’s very heavily funded — they’re not short of money; they’ve got some big backers, Soros, others… who want to fundamentally overturn the norms of society as we see them today,”Nigel Farage
“It’s not about equality of opportunity, it’s about an organisation that is Hell-bent on changing society and is prepared to use violence and anarchy to do so,”
He condemned Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s near-silence during the crisis, and Britain’s “policy of appeasement”.
Nigel spoke against the “idiot” police leader in Bristol who made the decision to tolerate activists when they riped down the statue of Edward Colston. This Colston was once a beloved great philanthropist who founded almshouses, schools, and hospitals across the nation. Edward Colston has now been turned into a hate figure for his business ties to the slave trade in the 1600s.
“For minorities of all kinds through centuries, this has been one of the greatest and freest countries of the world to live in, and that’s why so many people still want to come here… this historical revisionism is now incredibly dangerous.”Nigel Farage
As I find is common, this situation is not backed by statistics.
In 968, Enoch Powell delivered one of the most divisive speeches ever made by a British politician. By permitting mass immigration, he said the country was ‘”Heaping up its own funeral..” Powell’s greater concern was that immigration would erode the national character. Enoch Powell was fired after delivering the speech His greatest preoccupation was not the immigrants but their descendants, the ‘native-born’ who would “constitute the majority” of the ethnic minority population in a few decades hence.
As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see ‘the River Tiber foaming with much blood.’Enoch Powell
This archconservative, Enoch Powell, was at the forefront of Tory opposition to Third World immigration. His opinion was not shaped by physical anthropology nor by questions of race differences in intelligence. Powell’s wish to “Keep Britain White!” was based on his long experience dealing with the non-whites of the British Raj, where he had once aspired to becoming Indian Viceroy. In 1947, after the Raj had been dissolved, he stared in horror as the Punjab was engulfed in large-scale violence. The Indian was incapable of democracy because he was not a rational individual; he had not learned to overcome his communalism, the “curse of India” as Powell would later call it. For this reason, Powell fiercely opposed Indian immigration to Great Britain.
When asked if he was a “racialist” in 1969, Powell responded:
It depends on how you define the word ‘racialist.’ If you mean being conscious of the differences between men and nations, and from that, races, then we are all racialists. However, if you mean a man who despises a human being because he belongs to another race, or a man who believes that one race is inherently superior to another, then the answer is emphatically ‘No.’