Activist: BLM no longer just 'fringe group'

Friday, June 19, 2020
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

BLM logo Black Lives MatterA pro-family activist in Massachusetts says Americans cannot afford to ignore the radical goals of the Black Lives Matter movement.

The radical group behind much of the current protests and looting – as well as the #DefundThePolice cry – was birthed in the ashes of Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014; and at the time was considered a fringe group by most Americans. But they were fully embraced by then-President Barack Obama and began to receive enormous funding from corporations, left-wing foundations – even government sources, some say. And clearly, BLM fully embraces the radical LGBT agenda.

Brian Camenker is president of MassResistance. He points out the movement was founded by basically Marxists.

"And they've learned their lessons from the Brownshirts and all these other horrible groups," he explains. The Brownshirts was Adolf Hitler's paramilitary organization.

Camenker, Brian (MassResistance)"The Nazis were national socialists," Camenker continues. "They were right in the same camp as the Marxists and Communists – they just had a slightly different ideology, but they did the same stuff."

The conservative activist emphasizes that radical groups like Black Lives Matter and Antifa need to be taken very seriously.

"When they say that they support violence and the murder of police and overturning all of society, you have to take that seriously," he tells OneNewsNow. "And these idiot liberals … purposefully don't want to see that. It's right out in the open – and that was the problem in Nazi Germany: Hitler was not secretive about what his goals were … and people just ignored it."

In an article entitled "The Real Mission of 'Black Lives Matter," MassResistance documents all of Camenker's arguments – including that the leaders of the BLM movement don't truly care about the welfare of blacks:

"[The BLM website] says nothing about freeing people from the social pathologies that truly keep them down: unwed motherhood, fatherless homes, dependence on government, horrible inner-city schools, gangs, drug-infested neighborhoods, black-on-black crime, and massive abortion rates."

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