“Americans Deserve To Know Who Funded BLM Riots”

“Companies and corporations pledged or contributed an astonishing $82.9 billion to the BLM movement and related causes.  …  its activism encompasses the full range of leftist causes, its goal is to undermine capitalism, the nation state, and Western civilization.”

Americans Deserve To Know Who Funded BLM Riots | Opinion

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8 Responses to “Americans Deserve To Know Who Funded BLM Riots”

  1. GWS says:

    Capitalism’s woke successor will be a fascistic communism which they will probably call Democratic Socialism. The words fairness and equity will replace freedom and liberty, and it will be generations before our descendants wake up to what they have done.

  2. arn says:

    “Funny ” thing is that those demonstrations,
    just like windmills or immigration or any other woke blessing never happen
    where those big donors live.
    (otherwise the national guard would put an end to that within 48 hours).

    The reason may be that those who plan and then astroturf these things into existence,
    live in such privileged places.

  3. Alliance for Global Justice is a George Soros group and HE sent that money he got from the Federal Govt and State Dept.

  4. conrad ziefle says:

    What we need are little stickers “BLM contributor : 25 dead” or something like that which we can put on public bulletin boards and “other places” etc. And don’t report it when you see that some of their product has been damaged in the store.
    If BLM got 83 billion, then have they done anything to make right the loss of lives to the families they attacked, and repair of stores and property they damaged, since that damage was a mere 2 billion?
    How many billions do our soldiers get paid each year in comparison? I’m making a list of the companies, whose product I might use, to make sure I don’t forget and use their products.

  5. conrad ziefle says:

    I added that list to my bookmarks bar so that before I make a major purchase, I can check and see if the company contributed, and if they did, look for an alternative supplier, and if all alternatives contributed, then I’ll pick the lowest contributor.

  6. Disillusioned says:

    Contributing $billions to the people whose goal is to take you out may be the ultimate non sequitur.

  7. Greg in NZ says:

    There are few winners after any war

    however, those few become even wealthier

    than they were before

    their War on the Poor.

  8. John says:

    Silicone Valley Bank (remember last week?) donated 70 Million to BLM according to a report. Our tax money used to harm us and our families.

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