Black Lives Movement more concerned with ‘ending capitalism and democracy than racism’

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Black Lives Movement more concerned with ‘ending capitalism and democracy than racism’

It’s becoming apparent that senior figures within the Black Lives Matter movement are more concerned about ending capitalism and democracy and the nuclear family than they are about ending racism, according to Sky News host James Morrow.

The Black Lives Matters movement was officially launched in 2013 in the US after George Zimmerman was acquitted of black teen Trayvon Martin’s murder.

The movement has garnered significant worldwide support in the wake of the recent death of George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.

Mr Morrow said recent revelations has cast doubt over whether the Black Lives Matter Movement is truly concerned about ending the scrooge of racism and eliminating police brutality.

He said news has come to light “about the Black Lives Matter movement – and particularly its leaders, who tell us they are all about peace and justice, but in fact have ties to Marxists, racists, and even domestic terrorists”.

“It’s time for everyone to start asking serious questions about Black Lives Matter – a group which the more you dig into it turns out to have links to racists, Marxists, and terrorists – and stop letting their supporters get away with moral blackmail,” Mr Morrow said.