EXC: BLM Founder Says “Revolution” Will Not Be Through Ballot Box, Calls U.S. Flag “Symbol of Hate”.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors asserted the American flag is not a symbol she “stands by” in a 2015 video unearthed by The National Pulse.  Cullors, who recently went a real estate buying binge, also encouraged white supporters of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement to “infiltrate white supremacist groups” and lamented that “no elected official” will bring “revolution.” The remarks come from a July 2015 interview with the radio program Uprising with Sonali. Cullors and host Sonali Kolhatkar discuss the burning of the Confederate flag, which the BLM co-founder broadens to attack the American flag: “I think that’s

UNSEEN VIDEO: BLM Founder Labels Police ‘Terrorist Organization,’ ‘Always’ Wanted To ‘Fight Them.’

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors labeled police a “terrorist organization” in an unearthed video from 2015, where she asserts she “always” wanted “to fight police.” The remarks come from a speech at King’s College London as part of the Ferguson Solidarity Tour of the United Kingdom. Cullors reveals that her activism is rooted in a lifelong desire to “fight the police” and conflates the group to a “terrorist organization”: “I joined organization when I was 17 years old, and I remember the first thing I said to the organization was “do you fight police?” That’s what I wanted to

UNSEEN VIDEO: BLM Founder Says Her Book Is Like Mao’s Red Book.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors – who recently made headlines for her massive real-estate buying binge – compared her book to Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong’s “Little Red Book” in a speech unearthed by The National Pulse. Cullors, who infamously described herself as a “trained Marxist,” made the comments during a United States Social Forum panel on “Transformative Organizing Theory” in 2010. Among the breakout sessions at the workshop was “Socialism for the 21st Century.” During her speech, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder recounts how a young person insisted her book was “like Mao’s Red Book,” a