“And the cozy relationship has even seen Facebook and Twitter censor perceived criticism of Cullors”
Black Lives Matter (BLM) is proudly Marxist. You know, mostly. Okay, really, not at all. Like all other socialists who benefit from capitalism and the free(ish) market, BLM co-founder and self-proclaimed “trained Marxist,” Patrisse Cullors is unabashed by the the revelation that she’s spending millions to lap up prime property.
Remember, the Marxist goal is to eliminate ownership of property, land, anything, but also remember that this edict does not apply to the elite. Because privilege. Marxism has a built-in hierarchy that requires its leaders to be exempt from most rules that mandate the activity of ordinary people.
They’re not bound by the law or by anything; instead, they are the bestest best of all best people and so rules that apply to us, they believe, should not and do not apply to them.
Benefiting from the free market, from capitalism, is bad . . . unless you claim that you are spending millions for properties for your family It’s like reparations. You know, sort of.
To aid in this deception of the regressive leftist base, Big Tech has reportedly funneled $7.5 million to Cullers.
Tech moguls who made their fortunes from Facebook, Twitter and Netflix have donated at least $7.5 million to groups tied to BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors, who has in turn publicly backed their policy goals, according to a new report.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, and Patricia Ann Quillin, the wife of Netflix’s billionaire CEO, all gave generously to Cullors’ PAC and associated charities, according to the New York Post.
Cullors for her part has strongly advocated for ‘net neutrality’, a policy that financially benefits online content providers such as Netflix and social media sites.
And the cozy relationship has even seen Facebook and Twitter censor perceived criticism of Cullors, with Facebook going so far as to block users from sharing a DailyMail.com article detailing a controversy over her expensive real estate holdings.
. . . . Cullors in 2015 described herself as a ‘trained Marxist’, and last December elaborated on her views, saying ‘I do believe in Marxism.’
Like all American Marxists, Cullers embraces capitalism while sputtering trite Marxist doctrine that enables her distinctly pro-capitalist instincts to go unchallenged by the press.
Property for me but not for thee is, to be fair, inherently Marxist; Cullors simply sees herself as a part of the property-holding ruling elite.
As do Big Tech companies who splash millions into these people and groups in the hope they will be spared the left-wing crazy.
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