BLM removed their “What We Believe” page because they don’t want you to know what they actually stand for🧐 & (haiku in 3 variations)


Racism won’t heal

by adding more division.

Hatred grows when fed.


All Lives Matter to

We the People, the silenced,

the majority.


Murdering police

isn’t justice it’s evil—

BLM brainwash.

“Founded in 1865, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) extended into almost every southern state by 1870 and became a vehicle for white southern resistance to the Republican Party’s Reconstruction-era policies aimed at establishing political and economic equality for Black Americans. Its members waged an underground campaign of intimidation and violence directed at white and Black Republican leaders. Though Congress passed legislation designed to curb Klan terrorism, the organization saw its primary goal–the reestablishment of white supremacy–fulfilled through Democratic victories in state legislatures across the South in the 1870s.”

“A serious problem right now among blacks in America is the lack of a two-parent family structure. Nearly 75% of black children are born to unmarried parents as of the year 2020. Back in 1960, before the Civil Rights Movement, over 80% of black children were born to married parents. This colossal reversal in just over 50 years time has had devastating effects on black people across the country. The majority of prison inmates and murder victims come from a single-parent household. Every negative statistic jumps up when there is no two-parent system present in the household.

Black Lives Matter supports destroying the “Western idea of the nuclear family.” So the very thing that is damaging the black community, BLM supports.” ~Anthony Brian Logan

“In a revealing 2015 interview, Cullors said, ‘Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists.’ That same year, Tometi was hobnobbing with Venezuela’s Marxist dictator Nicolás Maduro, of whose regime she wrote: ‘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.’

Millions of Venezuelans suffering under Maduro’s murderous misrule presumably couldn’t be reached for comment.”

The premise isn’t true. I hate racism. And I hate when it’s used as a political weapon.According to the FBI’s latest homicide statistics, I’m 11 times more likely to be killed by someone of my ownbrown complexion than a white person. Also, a comprehensive 2019 study concluded: “White officers are not more likely to shoot minority civilians than non-White officers.” Every loss of life is tragic, but Washington Post’s database on police-involved deaths puts things into further context. In 2020, among those killed were (all males): 2 Native Americans, 9 Asians, 46 Hispanics, 76 blacks, 149 unlabeled individuals and 149 whites (whose deaths don’t get reported by national mainstream media). Only nine black individuals were actually unarmed.” ~Ryan Bomberger

We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and villages that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable,” the now-vanished-without-a-trace manifesto stated.

The group also spoke out at length against “heteronormative thinking,””patriarchal practice,” men-centered environments and “cisgender privilege,” among other peeves, while repeatedly referring to the supporters of the movement as “comrades.”
Flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana = silence from BLM

“Maybe it’s all a bunch of nonsense designed to stir up racial hatred and animosity, while lining the pockets of agitators to the tune of millions of dollars.

Maybe – because that’s certainly what it looks like in Louisiana. While neighbors are helping neighbors, the separatist groups “Black Lives Matter” and the “New Black Panther Party” are nowhere to be found…

BLM could afford it too. They recently got a$100 million donationfrom a bunch of leftist groups. With the millions they already had, they’re sitting on a war chest of $133 million. How much of that has gone to the victims of the flooding in Louisiana? None? I thought so.”
I support police reform but not defunding. There are bad cops that need to be removed and convicted, but I think the majority of them are good people that work under extremely traumatic situations.

“Where are the Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers?” Washington says in the video. “Because I ain’t seen one Black Panther boat or one Black Lives Matter boat. All I see is our own people from our own city saving us.”

“All the drama that was going on with the Alton Sterling killing, they came out with guns ready to go to war. But here we go, all these people flooded out and truly in need of help and we can’t find not one of them,” Washington says.

“If y’all out there, where ya at? Where ya boats? Where ya money? Where ya food? Where ya services at? … Black Lives Matter: Obviously we must [not] matter too much, because I ain’t seen y’all yet, when we really need ya.” ~ Jerry L. Washington


  1. I had read the BLM What We Believe page back in June which first opened my eyes to what BLM really sands for.

    I’m not surprised they took it down.

    I guess too many people were finding out what they stood for.

    This is another excellent and informative blog post, Judy.

    BLM is racist like the Nazis (although black supremacist rather than white supremacist) and Marxist like the old Bolshevik party of Lenin’s day.

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    1. Thank you, Christopher. I had no idea what BLM stood for until recently. It’s a very strange group. I feel sorry for the peaceful protesters who’ve been tricked into thinking they’re the heroes.

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      1. It is sad, so many good intentioned people were/are misled about what BLM advocates, they want to break down and rebuild the US into Marxism but uninformed people think that’s a good thing. The Educational system is teaching socialism and BLM to students even in elementary school. I want to boycott those companies too, and support the ones that haven’t sold out.

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      2. Admittedly, I don’t have children so I was unaware of what is being taught in schools — until this crisis. If they only learned history instead, they would quickly realize Marxism will destroy any life and freedoms they have enjoyed in America but by then it will be too late. And sadly, they are so blinded by the false narrative, they cannot see or accept anything other than what they are being fed. God help America.

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      3. Yes, it’s scary because history is being rewritten in schools, teachers teach anti-Trump even in elementary (colleges are the worst). I think that’s how propaganda infiltrates so sneakily. My child is 10 and he said even in the video games are ads for BLM and you can buy BLM virtual gear.

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      4. She’s awful. It’s well known that she got her position as DA because of Willie Brown, she slept her way into power. She was a corrupt DA too. So many democratic politicians encourage and incite violence, Maxine Waters also said to “get in people’s faces” something like that. I’m perplexed about liberals that can’t see the corruption and insanity of the left. I have to conclude that they’re programmed and past reasoning with.

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      5. I think that there is a victim mentality that keeps getting repeated and, therefore, becomes ingrained in their thinking. Mainstream media then picks it up and continues beating it into everyone’s head as if it’s the truth. It’s much easier to complain than to make positive changes. I reflect on all of the social programs that have provided opportunities yet, in reality, much of it is unappreciated and demands are made for more (aka let the government take care of my life rather than take personal responsibility). Have you ever listened to Dr. Carol Swain who was a Democrat turned Republican? She tells an interesting story about the Democrats history with keeping Blacks enslaved, voter fraud, etc. You could probably find her on YouTube. I would vote for her in a heartbeat…instead we have someone like Harris on the ballot…

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      6. Dr. Swain sounds very intelligent, I’ll look for her on YouTube. I agree totally, the #walkaway movement is gaining momentum. Many former Democrats are “leaving the plantation”, we’ve realized what’s really going on. Welfare keeps people impoverished, it penalizes people for working and it separates families, I think on purpose! It’s a form of indentured slavery I think to convince people that they’re “victims”, it’s the opposite of empowerment which equals respect/dignity. Being unemployed is depressing, but the Democrats want that, especially for black people. They pretend they care but charity is a dead end, it’s crippling. Even the public schools do this, they promote students that shouldn’t be promoted, out of misplaced goodwill and hold back the other students from learning at a challenging level. Public schools when I was a child seemed much better. I was placed in a gifted and talented class which was like receiving a private school education for free. Those programs aren’t available in CA, it’s awful here.

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  2. Organizations brought rioters to Traverse City. A college town. What is going on? In 50 days, will be fixed or we will fall in organized chaos. I hope these angry people learn common sense. It their their world too.

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  3. Conservative values (not the GOP or whatever we label conservative these days) kept the family unit together for hundreds of years. Just look at Asian families. Tradition over trends, families are big, family comes first, they have meals together, loyalty to their spouse, lower divorce rates. A lot of that is missing in “liberalized” families.

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    1. I agree, I used to be a liberal until a few years ago I slowly began to realize I’d been lied to by the liberals. Families are important, especially ones that include grandparents, much wisdom in togetherness and respect that modern society devalues. Thank you for your comment.

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      1. I agree wholeheartedly with you. I, too, was a moderate liberal until the continual false narrative and policed thought pushed me to the conservative column. Thank you for standing up and speaking out.

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      2. Thank you for your kind compliment. I feel glad to hear that you’re also an ex-liberal. I often feel surrounded by radical liberals and have to censor my opinions especially at work. I never thought I’d be a conservative, I’m not sure if I am one, but a lot of what they stand for resonates with me, they seem like they’re the reasonable/logical party vs the radical intolerant extreme of the liberals.

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      3. Totally agreed. I, too, never thought I’d consider myself conservative as I do have some moderately liberal views that conservatives would not like. However, the left has become so insane and so hateful, they have pushed me to the right. I, too, have been surrounded by radical liberals so have been resorting to the manners I was brought up with: do not discuss sex, religion or politics in public. It certainly helps to maintain some peace and harmony but there are times I can barely hold back. So nice to connect with you. 🙂

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      4. Yes, much wisdom is not bringing up those topics in general public, I have to admit I was very liberal before :), i was indoctrinated into thinking liberals were compassionate. But all the hate, censorship and intolerance is coming from them. It’s as if their motto is the needs/experience of the few outweighs the needs of the vast majority and if you disagree you’re a racist bigot. I think specifically white people and men are being attacked for being “oppressors” and it’s wrong. We can’t fix inequality with more inequality and the victimhood stance is disempowering. I’m glad to connect with you too 🤗

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      5. I hear you loud and clear sista’. 🙂 You mirror my sentiments precisely. Thank God you realized what liberals are truly about — control, reverse discrimination and reverse racism. They are NOT about unifying any population. And if the far left wins in November you can only imagine how white males and probably non-complying white females will be further attacked.

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      6. It’s sad that the left has become so radical and racist, or maybe they always were? All my friends are still in the left so it’s isolating to “wake up”. I notice that cars and restaurants have BLM signs, probably out of fear. I know there has been and still is racism against black people and it’s hateful and wrong, but discrimination against white people doesn’t solve racism either. If anything the BLM movement has inspired more white supremacy backlash in my opinion. Antifa is even worse, they’re paid rioters and arsonists.

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      7. Totally agreed x 2. And yes, the BLM movement has escalated racism, reverse racism and reverse discrimination…how does that solve anything? And Antifa…it’s incredulous the state governments allow their lawlessness…what a state our world is in. Not desirable by any means.

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      8. I wish the sponsors of Antifa/BLM would be exposed. Antifa isn’t a volunteer group, I think they’re paid to riot. I’ve seen ads before for “paid activists”, there were many grungy activists staying at luxury hotels, they’re paid to go to other cities. I think many are arsonists that started ongoing wildfires in CA, Oregon and WA.

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