For years, Americans have questioned the goals of activist group, Black Lives Matter. The group, which claims to support the cause of social justice and the rights of black Americans, was often behind many of the deadly riots that shook America. Not just during the Summer of 2020, but for years prior.
It’s well-known that most chapters of BLM are run by self-described “trained Marxists.” Their goals, often stated on their websites, include advocating for socialist/communist policies in local, state, and federal governments.
Americans who donate to this group, however, think they are helping black communities. What are they going to think when they learn BLM gave millions to the wife of a co-founder, to buy a mansion?
From the New York Post:
Black Lives Matter transferred millions to a Canadian charity run by the wife of its co-founder to purchase a sprawling mansion that had once served as the headquarters of the Communist Party, public records show.
M4BJ, a Toronto-based non-profit set up by Janaya Khan and other Canadian activists, snagged the 10,000 square foot historic property for the equivalent of $6.3 million in cash in July 2021, according to Toronto property records viewed by The Post.
Khan is the wife of Patrisse Khan-Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Global Foundation Network and a self-avowed Marxist.
Huh, I guess something is more important to BLM. And that is buying expensive mansions in Canada. The Black Lives Matter Global Foundation Network, a major wing of this sprawling organization, transferred millions of dollars to a non-profit set up by Janaya Khan. They used this money to buy a mansion that was once used by communists in Canada.
And it just turns out that Khan is married to Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the infamous BLM co-founder who stepped away from the group… after she was outed for a house-buying scheme in Georgia and Los Angeles.
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Funny, isn’t it? It looks like these “Marxists” do have some kind of capitalistic sense. Buy real estate, that’s what your dad always tells you. There is no better investment than buying homes that you can turn for a profit. But why are people who claim to be helping communities all over America cashing in on multi-million dollar homes?
We really can predict how supporters to BLM will feel about this news. Many Americans who donate to BLM are regular, working-class folks who scrap to get by. They donated to this organization, in the belief they were helping make America better. But is America any better?
This couple certainly is better off. They now own at least three very expensive mansions. But I don’t think these communities are any better.