FLASHBACK: BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors called for eradication of Israel

"If we don't step up boldly and courageously to end the imperialist project that's called 'Israel' we're doomed."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Black Lives Matter Inc. has been at the height of worldwide headlines following its strong support for the Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel, in which they referred to the unprovoked slaughter of more than one thousand civilian and military men, women, and children as an act of "resistance."

Nonetheless, BLM's support for a "free Palestine" is not new.

In an unearthed video featuring BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors dating back to 2015, she stated that the only way for Palestinians to be free is to eradicate the nation of Israel.

"Palestine is our generation's South Africa," Cullors said. "If we don't step up boldly and courageously to end the imperialist project that's called 'Israel' we're doomed."

"I had learned about Palestine for a long time. I'd known about it, been wanting to travel, and I was really, really grateful when the Dream Defenders asked me to come on the delegation, but nothing would have prepared me for the level of militarization and the level of violence that we would witness those 10 days inside of Palestine," she said.

"Nothing would have prepared me the ways in which we witness people's terror. People live in terror on a daily basis and nothing would have prepared me for how much clarity I would have on why we have to be a part of Palestinian solidarity," Cullors added.

Patrisse Cullors, who self-identifies as a "trained Marxist," has used the Black Lives Matter organization as a weapon for the Marxist revolution in the United States. Cullors has a history of controversies which include multiple scandals involving the purchase of multi-million dollar luxury homes when BLM Inc., a non-profit, refused to give funds to its chapters across the United States.

Cullors resigned in disgrace as the executive director of the BLM Global Network Foundation in 2021, but not before she left a lasting Marxist imprint on the organization which has sparked worldwide controversy over the past several days.

In response to the Hamas terrorist attacks on Israel, Black Lives Matter Inc. and its affiliated chapters across the nation were quick to stand alongside Palestine.

In a now-deleted infamous post on all social media platforms, the Chicago BLM chapter shared a graphic of a Hamas terrorist on a paraglider along with the caption: "That is all that is it." The image featured the phrase "I stand with Palestine," and referenced Hamas terrorists ruthlessly executing hundreds of Israeli civilians at a music festival in which they invaded the country by paragliders to begin the terrorist attacks.

In addition to BLM Chicago, the founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles, Dr. Melina Abdullah, who is a professor at California State University Los Angeles, announced through a repost of Linda Sarsour's post that she was standing by Palestine and justified the Hamas terrorist attacks as an act of resistance. Abdullah is also a leader of BLM Grassroots which also shared support for Palestine and justified the terrorist attacks.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Thursday from Tel Aviv that the number of Americans slain in Israel by Hamas terrorists has risen to 27. US officials have been working with Israel to secure the release of more than 100 hostages taken by Hamas, with some Americans believed to be among them.

The United States and its allies pledged unwavering commitment to Israel in response to Hamas' ruthless executions of innocent civilians. They informed the Jewish state that they stand ready to assist in their efforts against Hamas and other enemy entities that may use the terrorist attacks to try to ignite additional wars throughout the Middle East.
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