June 19, 2020. New York City Hall
If only these protest marches mended relationships. Instead: they divide. BLM: Pan-Africanism, Marxism, leads the marchers towards a race war.
Fearful of being called racists, white corporations, businesses, schools, citizens all carefully repeat the party line: AmeriKKa is a racist imperialist country without redemption.
The Marxist Juneteenth leaders. Unapologetic racists. Anti-capitalists. At WAR with America. “White America”. [interesting article against BLM from Mohammad Ali Jr]
Nothing good will come from supporting this Marxist, Pan-African insurgency. Everyone will lose – no matter your race – once they succeed. (Even successful blacks are considered their enemy)
They ended the short march at the African Burial Ground.
Speakers weren’t amplified. Very few could hear them (though no one seemed to care) So I gathered some pan-African quotes on-line:
“A win by African people anywhere is a win for African people everywhere. What is a win? The unseating of neo-colonial dictators who help multi-national companies loot the wealth which belongs to all of us.
Malcolm X was a pan-Africanist. Stokely Carmichael (Blacks must unite. Fight Capitalism) To be a revolutionary African in the 21st Century is to be a Pan-African revolutionary. Revolutionary Pan-Africanists seek to destroy America. (Black Marxist-Leninist-Maoist)
… This is taught in our schools…
Pan-Africanists fight for socialism, because it is a scientific method for liberating the masses of our people and meeting their material needs, along with liberating them from the clutches of feudalism, bureaucrat-capitalism, and imperialism on the Continent.
Capitalism must be rooted out in all its forms and we must see socialism in our lifetime.The principal enemy of the world’s people today is the Yankee imperialist. To bring down this massive beast requires thousands of cuts made everywhere it has tentacles.” Quotes from [Medium.com]
The BLM movement unequivocally means Death to America.
Flickr slide show begins in Part 1 is as the Juneteenth participants gathered.
Part 2: I followed towards Foley Square, not sure they ever encircled City Hall. Foley was closed off, so they ended at the African Burial Ground.
Part 3. In front of African Burial Ground and backed up to Foley Sq
Video part 1 – They met up and gathered outside NY City Hall.
Video Part 2 The march to Foley Sq and the African Burial Ground.
On a side note, Linda Sarsour (well known anti-Zionist racist) held a Juneteenth Day of Action advertised as “Open to All, Minus Cops and Zionists” [United With Israel]
See poster for ‘no Zionists allowed’ event in New York.
BLM co-founder, Patrisse Cullors, is a known Marxist:
Yet all of this facts are ignored as White Fear bows to the Marxist thugs:
“Days after Gov. Cuomo declared June 19th a New York holiday this year in recognition of the Juneteenth commemoration, organizers hit the streets vowing to move forward and cash in on the momentum generated by protests from coast to coast.” [NY Daily News]
June 19 – JusticeForGeorgeNYC – advise for White People
“We here not just to march… we out here for a revolution!”
“We shoot racists” Are we surprised? We shouldn’t be.
[Photos and Videos property of Pamela Hall]
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