BLM is a marxist group says black professor

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Who didn't already know this? Been out for years. They're mentally ill faggots and dykes, like most 'leftists' on this board are.

 

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Not news to many people but it is confirmation to some who are still open minded enough to pay attention.
The upper level of BLM leadership is Marxist trained and ingrained.
You look at the things they demand...defunding police and pulling down all vestiges of historical figures
in our public places, and that's classic Marxism.
 

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Government already owns the police forces ... why would BLM be advocating government ownership of something that the government already owns? ...
 

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Some of the BLM faggots raped a little boy at one of their 'free zones' recently. Give these scum power and watch them turn grade schools into Rainbow rape factories.
 

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I don't get why police should show up if a known Democrat calls 9-1-1 these days.

If they support this kinda threatening crap, "What do we want, Dead Cops, when do we want it .. Now" .. they don't deserve any help at all in my opinion.
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Government already owns the police forces ... why would BLM be advocating government ownership of something that the government already owns? ...
Ummm...not advocating "ownership" of the police. They are advocating the abolishment of the police.
Try to keep up.
 

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If you needed a professor to tell you that...
 

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#5: for power, positions of power. That is the marxist agenda, to get in office.

'See for example, Rawl's "Overlapping Consensus," p. 4, and "The Domain of the Political," p. 235. Rorty's interpretation certainly pulls the liberal system of right in this direction, but it is Gianni Vattimo who truly makes the leap and poses this connection in its strongest form. Just as Rawls does, Vattimo makes explicit the fundamental connection between the postmodern liberal notion of the State and Hobbes's Leviathan, but Vattimo confidently brings out its darker, illiberal force: "The idea that the State is primarily the police," Vattimo writes, "is hard to swallow for those who have imagined for so long a development of freedom also as a reduction of the repressive force of the State. ("Senza Polizia Non Ce Uno Stato"). The real reduction involved in the thin or minimal State of liberalism, he points out, is not a naive, leftists reduction of repressive forces, but rather "a reduction to the essential," and the essence of the State is the police: "The State....exists only and insofar as it is able to assure order." Vattimo thus makes explicit and celebrates the often unstated but nonetheless essential hinge in the relationship between the postmodern theory of weak social subjects and a thin State. The police force, even if it remains in the shadows and appears only in the final instance, is the linchpin that guarantees the order of the postmodern State.'
(Hardt and Negri, Labor of Dionysus: A Critique of the State Form)
 

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Ummm...not advocating "ownership" of the police. They are advocating the abolishment of the police.
Try to keep up.
BLM is advocating getting rid of corrupt police ... like Minneapolis police who pin a handcuffed suspect to ground with their knee on the neck for nine minutes until the suspect is dead ...

Oregon's defund her police, ranked 50th in the nation for police coverage, still we have a chronic and desperate housing shortage ... so many people want to move here and get out from underneath crushing state tax loads ... (no sales tax here) ...

But hey, y'all are made of money ... bigger government is exactly what you need ... help you spend all that loose cash you got ...
 

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Just looking for a fully funded and functioning police department. Not talking about growing all of government.
Not talking about keeping corrupt bad cops.


I live in Oregon. I see lots of police here every day. NY and Minneapolis will find out why they needed police
to begin with.
 

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