(ConservativePeak.com)- For some time now, the easiest way to prove that Black Lives Matter is an extremist, Marxist organization was to tell people to read their website. The “What We Believe” section of the Black Lives Matter website was extremely revealing, expressing the revolutionary communist organization’s desire to overthrow capitalism and destroy the family unit.
Combined with the obvious incitement to violence from many of the organization’s leaders, the claim by Greater New York BLM chapter leader Hank Newsome that they will “burn down” the American system if they don’t get what they want, and the destruction seen on the streets, and it was perfectly obvious what BLM is all about.
But, after months of riots, the organization appears to have taken down the most revealing section of their website. The “What We Believe” page has been removed in its entirety, leaving behind a website that focuses largely on race issues and ignores some of the extremely left-wing topics discussed on the page.
Now, the “About” section of the site lays down just a few things that the group believes, without going into detail. It describes how they are “expansive,” that they “affirm the lives of Black queer and trans folks,” that they are “working for a world where Black lives are no longer systematically targeted for demise” and that they “affirm our humanity.”
They’re all vague promises that don’t mean much, which is why we think you should know what used to be on their page. You can find absolutely everything they used to admit very publicly on a cached version of the website, which you can access here.
Some of the most egregious and insane beliefs they deleted from the site included a promise to “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”
What does that even mean?
They also promised to “dismantle cisgender privilege,” which would mean discrimination against people who are not trans.
And they even refer to their supporters as “comrades.”
“We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts,” the site used to read.
Where was that empathy when they burned down the black business district in Kenosha?
Head over to the cached version to see what else they removed from their site. They don’t want you to know about it, so you should probably know about it.