Institutional racism is the rallying cry of modern-day Marxists, and to a frighteningly large segment of the U.S. population, it's considered a real problem.
Black Lives Matter, a so-called racial justice group founded in 2013 by avowed Marxists, has been at the forefront of the latest efforts to attack the United States, Western civilization and the Church.
Among many troubling things, the organization openly advocates for the destruction of the "nuclear family," a "queer‐affirming network" and offers "space that affirms black women and is free from sexism, misogyny and environments in which men are centered."
After widespread outrage, in September, BLM wiped out its webpage "What We Believe," which outlined and unpacked its platform.
Burning, looting and murder have become commonplace in many cities across the country since the fentanyl-overdose-related death of George Floyd in April. Minneapolis was the first of more than 30 cities that descended into racial violence. Other cities that shared its fate were Chicago, New York, Kenosha, Rochester and Louisville.
Despite its communist pedigree, BLM is flush with cash with over a billion dollars pledged to its causes by large corporations. Church Militant reported in June that:
A September report reveals that nearly 95% of the riots happening in the United States this year are linked to BLM.
The Catholic Church has condemned socialism, Marxism and communism many times, but despite that, bishops and the Vatican have praised BLM as "peaceful."
To hear more about this, watch today's episode of The Download — Marxist, Racist Revolution.