BLM (Bureau of Land Management)

BLM (Bureau of Land Management)

Factitious, as it might initially seem, this chilling reference, is all too real.  Black Lives Matter’s ultimate goal is, in fact, Land Management. And that land is the United States of America! As most of you are finding out, and we’ll look closer at later, BLM is not a grass roots, inner-city black neighborhood, economic rescue operation, but rather a very organized and well-funded, national (and international) movement aimed, ultimately, at bringing democratic nations, principally ours, to its cultural, economic, and governing knees. That in order to take over and force the nation into a repressive dictatorship with, a select power-class of elites in charge.

You may have noticed that there are an awfully lot of collegiate brain-washed white kids taking part in these BLM organized protests, and in fact, you’re right,  the majority of participants in both “peaceful” and more violent actions over this past month, really are white youth.  If, heaven forbid, BLM & Company ever really did amass enough power to control the nation, aided by the Democrat Party and the Democrat suck-up national media, all those fawning naïve white protesters would quickly find themselves tossed overboard like the Boston tea party, because this movement is all about preserving the space at the top for non-white elites and their so-far hidden domestic and foreign financial puppet-masters. Essentially, it would become like a backyard club house with a hand-painted sign nailed over the entrance reading “No Whites Allowed!” So, let’s take a look at the domestic anarchy-inciting groups behind the current, seemingly unyielding, coast to coast turmoil in our streets.

The anti-fascist, but, of course, very fascist group know as antifa is a mayhem-inciting, tendency to be violent gaggle that seems to currently have at least one prominent Democrat in Congress convinced they are as soft as now-restocked Charmin.  Said Representative Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), speaking against the Republican amendments to the House Democrat’s currently proposed police reform bill: “Their amendments…were errant nonsense, off-topic, dealing with imaginary things like antifa, and completely negating the entire purpose of the bill.”  Responding to that bit of lunacy, Representative Jim Jordan tweeted: “Antifa’s not imaginary, they’re real. Ask the journalists they’ve attacked and the owners of businesses they’ve destroyed.”  But shucks, antifa is only imaginary, claimed Mr. Nadler, who was underwhelming during the long-serving-Democrats’ sham impeachment proceedings and, with that statement, he’s a naïve underwhelmer now, as he and his cronies envision possibly mounting yet another sand-castle impeachment attempt!

So, let’s learn, authoritatively, what the actual goals of BLM are from a prominent member of the organization.  Greater New York Black Lives Matter President, Hank Newsome, doesn’t hold back: “We want liberation. We want the power to determine our own destiny. We want freedom from an oppressive government. And we want the immediate end of government-sanctioned murder by the police.”  You’ll note the lack of any reference to ending racism, which we all thought was a main initial objective of those protest actions. Returning, again, to Mr. Newsome. If you are perhaps wondering about the consequences if the aforementioned “wants” are not met, here comes BLM’s stark warning. Said Newsome: “If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down the system and replace it.” And there you have it. Directly threatening the future of our nation. It’s a bit like Jonah and the whale. Right now, Jonah (i.e., BLM, antifa, and other like-minded groups, and their deep-pocket backers) is threatening, and fully intending, to swallow the whale.  Let’s all hope that Jonah never ever gets large enough to even take a bite.

BLM’s unfulfillable demands and, should that happen, as stated above by at least one of its leaders, there is the very clear threat to destroy America.  Several black Americans weigh-in on BLM, the organization, and its objectives.  First, Mr. Leslie Taha, a black resident of Minneapolis, who also doesn’t hold back: “What we are seeing happening in the world right now under the guise of ‘eliminating racism’ is not a mass of spontaneous grassroots events.  It’s all thoroughly coordinated by those at the top of the Black Lives Matter-media cabal.  They are indeed the enemy of African-Americans, but they are actually the enemy of us all. African-Americans are just being used as cannon fodder in their game of global domination.”

Black former civil rights activist, Bob Woodson, voices a similar warning about the general public’s naïve perceptions of BLM, and the stark reality of their ultimate intentions. Wrote Mr. Woodson: “This isn’t about social justice. Low-income black America is being used to promote insurrection in the country, and anarchy. These people are really out to destroy civil society. If a police precinct can be taken over by a mob, then why not your home?”

Said black conservative radio host and writer, Larry Elder, about BLM: “It is pretty impressive how powerful they’ve become, and if you look at some of the written demands that they’ve made over the past few years, it’s pretty clear this is all about transferring property from white people to black people.  It’s the same premise as is reparations. The extraction of property and money from people who were never slave owners to be given to people who were never slaves.  So, the whole thing is ridiculous.” Cutting through the general public perception smokescreen, Mr. Elder’s comments are extremely insightful, as we all try to figure out some of their intentions, and until now, thanks to Mr. Elder, one major hidden motive.

Army Lieutenant-Colonel (ret.) Allen West wrote: “All lives matter, but this radical organization, Black Lives Matter, is the ultimate trojan horse. The consistent purveyors of systemic racism in America is the Democrat Party.” Following up on that latter comment, and what is going on across the country, Fox News personality, Tucker Carlson, said the following: “This is not about systemic racism, whatever that is. America is not a racist country.  You are not a bad person for living here. And these are definitely not protesters. They are not even rioters. They are the armed militia of the Democrat Party.  They are working to overthrow our system of government.  They are trying to put themselves in power. That’s all obvious now.  It’s genuinely sinister.”

Robert Johnson, as many of you know, is the founder of Black Entertainment Television (BET).  An extremely success businessman, back in 2001, he became the first black American to achieve billionaire status, proof that hard work and American opportunity can work for everyone. Mr. Johnson spoke about today’s black-white reality with some good advice: “What white people are doing with the idea that they’re making us feel good is tantamount to rearranging the deck chairs on a racial Titanic.” He mocked ‘white privilege” and those who apologize for being white on social media. Said Mr. Johnson about that: “You know, that to me is the silliest expression of white privilege that exists in this country. Going on Twitter to say ‘Oh my God, I am so sorry that I am white.’ I don’t find any black people getting on Twitter and saying ‘Oh, I’m so sorry I’m black.’ My thing is: Embrace being white and do the right thing.”

Patrick Buchanan wrote a recent article entitled “How Long Will the Vandals Run Amok?” Sooner rather than later, we all hope! With reference to the Democrats above, isn’t it interesting that no Democrat in Congress, either House, has come out in the national media decrying the looting, vandalism, and general mayhem that’s now been going on for a month.  Their silence signals approval, to at least some extent. Approval, since this continued disruption, now being done with a purpose (George Floyd long since forgotten), means continued chaos, which along with Democrat governors still holding their states under some degree of repressive control (meaning a purposeful slower recovery in those cities and states), plus the persistence of the coronavirus, have all combined to create a powerful political tsunami facing President Trump and his re-election.  Just five months ago, with the economy booming and people working, his re-election was a shoe-in. Now, some mighty tough uphill sledding awaits. Reason again why this November election is the most important one any of us have yet faced, or likely ever will.


Nadler & Jordan quotes via, Victor Garcia, 6-26-20; Minneapolis City Council plan via, Ben Feuerherd, 6-26-20; Newsome quote via, Harriet Alexander, 6-26-20; Taha quote via ripmcintosh at, Leslie Taha, 6-25-20; Woodson quote via, Charles Creitz, 6-25-20; Elder quote via, Scott Morefield, 6-22-20; West quote via, Sam Dorman, 6-22-20; Carlson quote via, Jeff Poor, 6-24-20; Johnson quote #1via, Niamh Cavanagh, 6-25-20; Johnson quote #2 via, daily wire news, 6-24-20).