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Look at the Domestic Terrorist Who is the Inspiration for the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

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Published on: August 28, 2015

The absolutely moronic movement known as #BlackLivesMatter has swept through various parts of the country, including Ferguson, Baltimore and New York. However, the inspiration for this racist movement is a convicted cop killer on the FBI’s “Most Wanted List” by the name of Assata Shakur, aka Joanne Deborah Chesimard.

Chesimard is radical Marxist feminist who escaped prison in 1979 while serving a life sentence for murdering New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster.

Paul Josheph Watson expounds upon the incident and what followed:

On the night of May 2, 1973, Shakur, along with two other accomplices, killed Foerster execution-style at point-blank range during a routine traffic stop on the New Jersey Turnpike in East Brunswick.


For Shakur, the shooting was the culmination of years of militant radicalism during which she joined and left the Black Panther Party because it was not violent enough, before subsequently joining the Black Liberation Army, a domestic terror outfit responsible for bombings and assassinations throughout the 1970’s which claimed the lives of 13 police officers.

The Black Liberation Army was supported by the Weather Underground domestic terror organization, a group responsible for bombings targeting the United States Capitol and the Pentagon.


In 1971, Shakur also joined the Republic of New Afrika, a group committed to establishing a separatist black-ruled country within the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina.


After escaping from jail with the aid of three members of the Black Liberation Army, Shakur was given political asylum in Communist Cuba where she still remains to this day despite numerous attempts to extradite her.


In 2013, the FBI added Shakur to their ‘Most Wanted Terrorists‘ – the first woman to ever appear on the infamous list. The reward for information leading to her capture was subsequently doubled and now stands at $2 million dollars.


The #BlackLivesMatter movement was founded by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opel Tometi, all militant feminists.

In an article at The Femenists Wire, Garza, considered the most influential among the three, wrote about Shakur:

In 2014, hetero-patriarchy and anti-Black racism within our movement is real and felt. It’s killing us and it’s killing our potential to build power for transformative social change.  When you adopt the work of queer women of color, don’t name or recognize it, and promote it as if it has no history of its own such actions are  problematic.  When I use Assata’s powerful demand in my organizing work, I always begin by sharing where it comes from, sharing about Assata’s significance to the Black Liberation Movement, what it’s political purpose and message is, and why it’s important in our context.

When you adopt Black Lives Matter and transform it into something else (if you feel you really need to do that–see above for the arguments not to), it’s appropriate politically to credit the lineage from which your adapted work derived.  It’s important that we work together to build and acknowledge the legacy of Black contributions to the struggle for human rights.  If you adapt Black Lives Matter, use the opportunity to talk about its inception and political framing. Lift up Black lives as an opportunity to connect struggles across race, class, gender, nationality, sexuality and disability.

And, perhaps more importantly, when Black people cry out in defense of our lives, which are uniquely, systematically, and savagely targeted by the state, we are asking you, our family, to stand with us in affirming Black lives.  Not just all lives. Black lives.  Please do not change the conversation by talking about how your life matters, too. It does, but we need less watered down unity and a more active solidarities with us, Black people, unwaveringly, in defense of our humanity. Our collective futures depend on it.

So, let’s put this in perspective. The #BlackLivesMatter movement is an insurrection. It is domestic terrorism. However, it is not something to be handled by military, but by the people, via the militia, which is to be funded by the Congress, according to the Constitution. The militia, not the police and not the military, are to put these people down.

When they target people like socialist Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump, they should be dealt with by the people and put down. My friend Tom Wise says they need a beatdown, and he doesn’t mean it in a metaphorical sense. If these people are not dealt with, their corruption will continue to breed more insurrection.

In addition, considering the Obama adminitration’s ties to terrorist organizations like the Muslims Brotherhood and Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers, it should come as no surprise that the usurper-in-chief has also met with leaders of the insurrectionist group #BlackLivesMatter, who promote Shakur as a hero. It should also not come as a surprise that Saul Alinksy disciple Hillary Rodham Clinton has promised that as president she would “change laws” (something that is unconstitutional fo the president) in order to appease the Marxist movement.

Hear more about the #BlackLivesMatter terrorist organization on Louder with Crowder below.

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