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Registered On: December 27, 2013
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Northumbiron, you can’t ignore this so called “crap”. Read up about her, it’s not hard. Players are bending down to the knee which is directly tied to black lives matter.

That much you can’t deny. The woman herself comes across a hate filled lunatic who openly states she’s a trained bloody marxist.

How does one train to be a marxist ?. I can’t answer that. I do know for certain she had close ties and was under the tutelage of a leader of another marxist leader of a group from the 80’s.

“Cullors was the protégé of Eric Mann, former agitator of the Weather Underground domestic terror organization, and spent years absorbing the Marxist-Leninist ideology.

Look it up. You will find information about it. Honestly, it’s not hard.

She’s a hate filled con artist.

Some info on two of the founders Northumbiron. This may answer your “how do you train to be a marxist question.

In a 2015 interview, Patrice Cullors, another of the three founders, said that she and Garza were “trained Marxists.” Abdullah, of the Los Angeles BLM chapter, was born a red-diaper baby—“Raised in the 70s, in the picket lines of Oakland, by activist parents,” as the interviewer put it. Her paternal grandfather was Gunter Reimann, a member of the German Communist Party. Garza cut her organizing teeth as director of People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER), founded by Marxists Garth Ferguson, Patty Snitzler, Regina Douglas, Brian Russell, and Steve Williams. To Williams we owe the concept of “transformative organizing,” which insists “that effective organizing for social change cannot simply be based on an apolitical and highly specific analysis of what is possible in the short term.”

Cullors trained for a decade as a radical organizer in the Labor/Community Strategy Center, established and run by Eric Mann, a former member of the Weather Underground, the 1960s radical faction identified by the FBI as a domestic terrorist group. The “Weathermen” explained in their 1969 foundational statement that they were dedicated to “the destruction of U.S. imperialism and the achievement of classless world: world communism.” The ties between the BLM Global Network and the Weathermen run deep