The requests was from a list of demands to white people
JUNE 19, 2020
A Black Lives Matter chapter co-founder wrote a controversial list of demands to white people, involving the surrendering of property to black people.
The Louisville, KY, co-founder and organizer for Black Lives Matter, Charlotte Helm, drafted a list of requests for white people for things she believed should change.
The increasingly popular topic of reparations has floated around certain circles as some believe economic transfers may redress historical wrongs.
Writing for LEO Weekly, Helms outlined a ten-point list of requests including five stipulations where a transfer of property is made to impoverished people of color:
Her first request is simple, she demands that, “White people, if you don’t have any descendants, will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably one that lives in generational poverty.”
The next request, in the same vein, demands more surrendering of property. Of course, white people will make up for the financial loss of their altruism due to “white privilege.”
She writes: “White people, if you’re inheriting property you intend to sell upon acceptance, give it to a black or brown family. You’re bound to make that money in some other white privileged way.”
“If you are a developer or realty owner of multi-family housing, build a sustainable complex in a black or brown blighted neighborhood and let black and brown people live in it for free,” she adds.
Rich or poor are not absolved from guilt; those looking to downsize are considered able to fork over property, too. “White people, if you can afford to downsize, give up the home you own to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty,” she continues
And should change up your will, just in case any of your inheritors espouse problematic views. She demands: “White people, if any of the people you intend to leave your property to are racists assholes, change the will, and will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty.”
Other requests involve getting “racists” fired, before bringing up the diminutive manhood of men accused of racism.
Black Lives Matter has made a stellar comeback following the recent unlawful killing of suspected fraudster George Floyd, sparking a series of riots and protests across the world.
In 2015, one of the BLM movements co-founders, Patreese Cullors, admitted that they were “trained Marxists” in an interview.
She said: “[We are] trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super versed on ideological theories, and I think what we really try to do is build a movement that can be utilized by many, many black folk.”
The recent protests have gone international, gripping international coverage.
JUNE 19, 2020
Facebook, the arbiters of everything in the new world order, has banned a political ad by the Trump campaign because it used a symbol connected with ‘organised hate’. Yet, it turns out that symbol is one used all the time by ANTIFA.
A red inverted triangle was first used in the 1930s to identify Communists, and was applied as well to Social Democrats, liberals, Freemasons and other members of opposition parties. The badge forced on Jewish political prisoners, by contrast, featured a yellow triangle overlaid by a red triangle.
In response to queries from The Washington Post, Facebook on Thursday afternoon deactivated ads that included the inverted red triangle.
Today, facebook censored Trump. Owen and Tom discuss big tech and Brad Parscale.
Jewish Action charged that “Trump & the RNC are using it to smear millions of protestors.”
The Trump campaign responded, noting that the symbol is an emoji, and is routinely used by ANTIFA, hence the campaign’s use of it in reference to “dangerous mobs of far left groups”
A cursory search confirms that ANTIFA groups use this symbol all the time, as this NBC reporter found out:
We as a race need to turn from “no one is coming to save us” to “no one is going to stop us.” If we unify, we have more power, potential and ability in our blood than any of us have even been alive to see manifested. It’s on us now.
After there’s no monuments and statues left, it will be people next.
Inciting the mob to target more American monuments.
CNN has compiled a list of “unforgivable” statues and place names, leading some to accuse the network of inciting the mob to tear them down.
Since the riots in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, numerous statues and monuments across the country have been defaced and torn down.
In one case, a statue fell on top of a protester in Portsmouth, Virginia, leaving him in a coma and in Albuquerque yesterday, a mob tearing down a statue turned on and attacked an armed man, leading to a protester being shot as the man tried to defend himself from a vicious attack.
Apparently, America hasn’t experienced enough violent chaos recently given the network’s decision to publish an article listing a number of “unforgivable” statues, effectively painting a target on them.
In an article entitled ‘Honoring the unforgivable – The horrific acts behind the names on America’s infamous monuments and tributes’, CNN’s Eliott C. McLaughlin asserts, “If historical figures embraced hate or violence, it doesn’t matter that they were great singers, innovators or wartime strategists, nor that they had changes of heart later in life.”
He then goes on to list a number of ‘offensive’ monuments or sites named after ‘racist’ historical figures, clearly hinting that they should be changed or removed.
The list includes;
– A memorial to George Preston Marshall on the grounds of Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.
– Fort Benning.
– A bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest stands at the Tennessee State Capitol.
– A statue of conquistador Don Juan de Oñate which stands outside the Albuquerque Museum.
– Dozens of buildings, several roads and a bridge in West Virginia that bear the name of Sen. Robert Byrd.
– The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama.
– Yale’s Calhoun College.
Other monuments listed in the article have already been removed, suggesting the rest should follow suit.
And CNN still claims to be an impartial news network, not an activist outlet, which is what it has clearly become.
ByJOEL B. POLLAK
Jack Posobiec, the Washington, DC-based correspondent for One America News Network (OANN), broadcast live from the Seattle, Washington, “autonomous” zone Monday morning, revealing that he had been undercover there since Friday.
Posobiec streamed live on Periscope for just over 20 minutes as he appeared to be leaving the six-block region known as the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ) — or, more recently, the “Capitol Hill Occupied (or Organized) Protest” (CHOP).
The CHAZ was set up last week after the Seattle Police Department was ordered by local authorities to abandon the Eastern Precinct after days of confrontation with Black Lives Matter demonstrators, who quickly took over the area.
Posobiec walked alongside a colleague as the two described what they had seen over three days and nights. The “day crew,” he said, which was typically shown to the outside world, was completely different from the “night crew” who inhabited the zone overnight.
Posobiec called rapper Raz Simone, who has been described on social media as the zone’s unofficial leader, a “tin-pot warlord,” adding: “There’s no rule of law whatsoever.” It was “mob rule” and “mob justice.”
Posobiec said that a member of Raz’s “crew” had assaulted another journalist for filming inside the zone.
“Also, they tried to set fire to a local auto yard, earlier,” he reported, noting that someone had broken into the facility.
He added that he had spent “the entire night” with Raz, and promised more reporting to come.
On his Twitter feed, Posobiec had posted several videos showing “law enforcement” inside the zone at night:
The zone was being policed, Posobiec said, by “Raz and elements of Antifa, both of whom are armed. So the media’s somepletely lying to you when they say there’s no armed security.” He said there was no “de-escalation” policy to avoid conflict.
“The media narrative on this place has been an absolute lie — absolute, utter lie,” Posobiec said, filming large piles of trash. “This place need to be shut down.” He added that several people had been transported outside the zone by ambulance due to drug overdoses.
Posobiec said: “I’m perfectly fine with people wanting to peaceably assemble there. … But you’ve got to have some level of public safety. … Something bad is going to happen.”
“It’s the mob,” Posobiec’s associate said.
They reported no sanitation and no “social distancing,” despite the threat of renewed coronavirus infections.
“We’re done. We’re not going back,” Posobiec said, noting that he had other sources inside, as well as sources who would continue entering and leaving the zone.
He promised a documentary to come.
Over 45,000 people had watched Posobiec’s broadcast, as of 9:00 a.m. ET on Monday.
“He’s fine in the basement “😂