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The Black Lives Matter Scandal

May 25, 2022

Vladimir Lenin’s “What is to be Done?” (1902) outlined the methods that Lenin believed would achieve a successful revolution in Czarist Russia. His methods included a) maintaining large non-Party organizations with mass membership controlled by communists; b) concentration on agitation of single ideas to foment discontent; and c) organized activism aimed at “the masses,” not exclusively the “proletariat.”

President Barack Obama learned Lenin’s lessons well and took them to the Mid-West Academy in Chicago where he taught principles that other “community organizers” would use to achieve political goals by radical means. That has been documented by Dr. Stanley Kurtz in “Radical in Chief. Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism,”  published in 2010.

In an interview with Stanley Kurtz conducted by the Hoover Institution’s Peter Robinson, Kurtz walks Robinson through his indictment of Barack Obama and laments that the American media did not scrutinize Obama’s “socialist” background during and up to the 2008 election.

Unfortunately, Barack Obama did not forget what he learned from his study of Lenin and gave support to, not one, but two Leninist non-party organizations designed for agitation and propaganda: Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter.

Occupy Wall Street hit at the heart of America’s financial institutions by demonstrating at the personal residences of American bank executives. Negative publicity and protests were immediate and aimed not only at Occupy Wall Street organizers but their supporters in the White House.

Black Lives Matter is a bit different, however, since a series of actions by police in which African Americans were shot has lent support to agitation and propaganda conducted by radicals associated with the Civil Rights movement.

As it turns out, BLM is just scam that not even Lenin—Barack Obama–would support.

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