Skip to comments.David Horowitz on where Black Lives Matter came from
Posted on 07/07/2016 7:32:00 PM PDT by TakebackGOP
"The mob that came to disrupt the Trump rally in Chicago was neither spontaneous nor innocent, nor new. It was a mob that has been forming ever since the Seattle riots against the World Trade Organization in 1999, whose target was global capitalism. The Seattle rioters repeated their outrages for the next two years and then transformed itself into the so-called anti-war movement to save the Saddam dictatorship in Iraq. Same leaders, funders and troops. The enemy was always America and its Republican defenders. When Obama invaded countries and blew up families in Muslim countries, there was no anti-war movement because Obama was one of them, and they didnt want to divide their support. In 2012 the so-called anti-war movement reformed as Occupy Wall Street. They went on a rampage creating cross-country riots to protesting the One Percent and provided a whipping boy for Obamas re-election campaign. Same leaders, same funders and troops. In 2015 the same leftwing forces created and funded Black Lives Matter and lynch mobs in Ferguson and Baltimore who targeted white supremacists and police."
"Behind all the mobs was the organized left MoveOn.org, the public sector unions runby Sixties leftovers, and the cabal of anti-American billionaires led by George Soros. The mobs themselves were composed of the hate-filled foot soldiers of the political left. Now these forces have gathered in the campaign to elect the Vermont communist and are focusing their venom on Donald Trump. The obvious plan is to make Republicans toxic while driving a wedge through the Republican Party. The plan is defeat Republicans in November so that the destructive forces they have set in motion in the Democratic Party can finish the wrecking job that Obama started."
A while back the BLM protestors were carrying signs with the web address ‘revcom.us’ in small font at the bottom of the signs. This is the web address for the Revolutionary Communist Party. They supplied some of the signs and thought they would get a bit of advertising in as well. I notice that the web address seems to have disappeared.
We need to get the NSF out in the streets to study if Black Matter Lives...
Using social media, conference calling and traditional outreach methods, leaders of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are portraying Brown and Detroit mosque leader Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah as African-American victims of police targeting, according to the Washington-based Center for Security Policy (CSP). In a conference call organized by CAIR-linked Muslims for Ferguson, a CAIR official called Abdullah a Shaheed, or martyr, and said both he and Brown were victims of a national security apparatus that had completely gone wild and engaged in demonizing and criminalizing Muslims.
Theyre interested in building coalitions with other organizations in order to effect a legislative change to weaken anti-terrorism laws and weaken the ability of law enforcement to engage in counter terrorism. Kyle Shideler, Center for security Policy
By hosting the conference call, Shideler wrote, the campaign is fulfilling the goal of the Muslim Brotherhood in North America to be positioned as the leadership of a broad coalition seeking to target law enforcement under the camouflage of civil rights.
Just another Obama bowel movement.
BLM came from the communists.
The only thing that saves Horowitz from being a complete conspiracy nutjob is his lack of antisemitism.
Ridiculing people is an Alinskyite leftist strategy that adds nothing to the conversation. Where exactly do you think Horowitz is incorrect? You
FROM THE SWAMPS OF THE BRONX
Trump's Fault. /s
He’s not a conspiracy theorist. He’s right about BLM.
the dreaded ...
Alinsky also learned from Gramsci, as far as I can tell. At least they share the same strategy.
Where do you disagree with Horowitz?
The folks that protested in the 60's had gone to good schools and actually knew some stuff, so when their protesting days were over they could continue their push for their leftist agenda inside the system.
Most of the "organizers" of Occupy didn't do a good job at organizing. Even the left distanced themselves from them due to the rapes and generally foul conditions at the encampments.
And I don't believe they had the basic knowledge to continue the campaign forward. The Tea Party had much more success over that period than the Occupy movement did.
Also, Horowitz is one of those converted leftists with solid neocon leanings. He doesn't seem to have ever seen a war he didn't love and he carries his pugilistic attitude to debates on social policy which makes for good sound bites, but not much else.
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