Video has surfaced of a 2015 speech from Marxist owner of multiple properties and BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors saying that it has been a lifelong goal of hers to "fight the police".
The event was held in London's King's College in the wake of the Ferguson riots, as part of what was at the time called the "Ferguson solidarity tour". It was hosted by a variety of student organizations, including the Intersectional Feminist Society, the Ethnic Minority Association and the African Caribbean Society.
According to the National Pulse, Cullors said the following in the course of that speech:
"I joined organization when I was 17 years old, and I remember the first thing I said to the organization was 'do you fight police?' That’s what I wanted to do. I always knew I wanted to fight police. They were the single most, sort of, terrorist organization in my life, and I wanted to know how to fight them. So I started doing work when I was 17 years old against the police."
Cullors then went on to describe how easy it is for groups to "shut sh*t down", implying that it was and is an effective method of protesting.
"One of the biggest things I learned about Ferguson is it does not take 2,000 people to shut sh*t down. Five people can shut a freeway down. We did it in Los Angeles. 10 people can shut a Walmart down. We did it in Ferguson."
"We’ve been shutting sh*t down since August 9th. We are still shutting shit down. In Los Angeles, for example, we occupied the Los Angeles Police headquarters for 18 days."
This is not the first time a shocking revelation has occurred regarding the BLM co-founder. Previously, in the year 2010, Cullors was speaking to another crowd and comparing her own writing favorably with the evil tyrant Mao Zedong's infamous "Little Red Book".