Companies Must Answer For Their Support Of The Radical Black Lives Matter Org

I&I Editorial

Several companies have been bragging recently that they’re providing financial support to the official Black Lives Matter organization to burnish their PR image. No doubt they’re getting Woke points for doing so. But do the executives at those companies have any idea how radical this group is and what it’s trying to achieve?

The Daily Signal reported earlier this week that at least 18 corporations have pledged hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

The list includes: DoorDash, Deckers, Amazon, Gatorade, Microsoft, Glossier, 23andMe, AirBnB, Unilever, Bungie, Nabisco, Dropbox, Fitbit, Developer Digital, Skillshare, Square Enix, The Game Co., and Tinder.

The Daily Signal notes that other companies said they were giving to Black Lives Matter, but didn’t specifically say it was to the foundation.

Private companies are free to give their money to whomever they want. But you’d think that the executives at these corporations would have done the least bit of due diligence before forking over the funds.

So, here are some questions for these companies, and any others that are giving money or encouraging donations to the BLM foundation.

Do your shareholders and employees know that their company is supporting a group run by “trained Marxists”?

In 2015, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors gave an interview in which she said: “We actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia in particular, we’re trained organizers. We are trained Marxists. We are super versed on ideological theories.” The Alicia she’s referring to is BLM co-founder Alicia Garza.

That same year, another BLM co-founder, Opal Tometi, praised Venezuela’s Marxist dictator Nicholas Maduro, saying that “in these last 17 years, we have witnessed the Bolivarian Revolution champion participatory democracy and construct a fair, transparent election system recognized as among the best in the world.”

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13 Comments on Companies Must Answer For Their Support Of The Radical Black Lives Matter Org

  1. Thousands of $$$ to destroy the country
    that made them rich… WOW-JUST-WOW!
    Do Amazon/Amazon contractors vans’ run around
    all over North Korea delivering needful things?
    or Cuba?

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  2. General Dynamics announced that all their employees must take a “racial sensitivity” training in the Fall and next year. The training was contracted out to a group called Allyship, and the links to their literature is basically and agenda list for CPUSA, BLM, and AntiFa. They even recommend that white employees donate to BLM or SPLC to prove their alliance with their black colleagues.

    I can’t believe how fucking retarded the execs of companies are now. MBAs are fucking idiots who think in bullet points and quarterly profit reports and have less actual wisdom than a goddamn salamander.

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  3. I just learned yesterday that one of my favourite wineries gives $5.00 per bottle sold to BLM, ACLU, and a host of other anti-American organizations. I’ll finish what I have on hand over the next few years, but I won’t be buying from them anymore.

    OTOH, I can almost understand Amazon; they have to cover all of the bases. Most big companies like that need to play both sides of the field.

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  4. When i’m president, i’ll give a tax break to any company that supports and gives money to causes for the white race.

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  5. These companies will gain by this, the same Nike did with its support and association with Kaepernick.

  6. Supporting BLM is supporting domestic terrorism, and they should answer for it with pain and loss.

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  7. Keep up the conditioning, collecting/producing supplies, ammo, etc.
    It’s coming to a neighborhood near you, if it’s not already there.

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