Opal Tometi, Nigerian-American Communist organizer and Black Lives Matter co-founder.
In September 2016, I wrote an article on Black Lives Matter and the Muslim Brotherhood
that has been getting a large number of recent internet hits. Hence, I
can compare the Google articles of this week with those of nearly four
years ago. According to the recent Google order and quantity of results,
Black Lives Matter (BLM) has moved from an organization closely
associated with orchestrated rioting, wanton destruction of private and
public property, defamation of law enforcement officers, and Marxist
ideology to a principled paragon of civic idealism seeking racial
justice and reconciliation especially focusing on preventing police
brutality toward blacks. Actually, the only things that have changed are
that BLM in now lavishly financed by hundreds of naïve or bullied
corporations, millions of utterly deceived idealists, and even more
generously by George Soros and his civil rights front organizations.
Doubtless, the Muslim Brotherhood still supports them.
However, BLM is
now one of the largest and richest organizations in the United States.
They also have strong, mutually supportive relationships with the
Democrat Party and its candidates. Their posh funding and connections
have greatly improved their public relations image, although they are
more dangerous and subversive than ever.