Marxist Revolution in the Making in America, Expert Warns

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There is simply a improvement being observed successful America today, “an effort astatine changing reality” to foster a caller Marxist revolution, said Mike Gonzalez, an writer of 2 books connected this topic.

According to Marxist thought, “reality is conscionable enactment unneurotic by our conceptual framework,“ Gonzalez told EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program.

“So what we spot with Black Lives Matter, what we spot with the 1619 Project … is to regenerate the American narrative, to regenerate the thought of America from: each men are created equal, we’re each escaped … with this thought that we’re an atrocious country, that our past is hideous, that our strategy is racist itself—that the strategy indispensable beryllium changed.”

Most radical judge that world cannot beryllium changed due to the fact that they judge successful an eventual and cardinal truth, successful earthy law, oregon successful God, but Marxists bash not judge successful immoderate of that, Gonzalez said.

Black Lives Matter (BLM) utilized the decease of George Floyd arsenic an excuse to alteration society, Gonzalez explained, “to dismantle the organizing rule of society”—in the words of BLM co-founder Alicia Garza.

Gonzalez said that the conception of Black Lives Matter is “unimpeachable.”

“Seven cardinal radical connected world matter. And we’re each children of God. But I deliberation it’s important—given our history—to affirm that the lives of our achromatic co-citizens, compatriots, substance due to the fact that we cognize the history.”

But Black Lives Matter is besides the question and the enactment BLM Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF), said Gonzalez, a elder chap astatine the Heritage Foundation.

Epoch Times Photo Patrisse Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, speaks successful Los Angeles, Calif., successful a record photograph. (Rich Fury/Getty Images for Teen Vogue)

The BLM founders accidental that they were trained Marxists, the adept noted.

Patrisse Cullors, a BLM co-founder said successful an interrogation with Real News Network successful 2015, “We really bash person an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia [Garza] successful peculiar are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists.”

“Cullors trained for a decennary arsenic a extremist organizer successful the Labor/Community Strategy Center, established and tally by Eric Mann, a erstwhile subordinate of the Weather Underground, the 1960s extremist faction identified by the FBI arsenic a home violent group,” Gonzalez wrote for the Heritage Foundation.

The group, primitively called “Weathermen,” explained successful its 1969 foundational statement that they were dedicated to “the demolition of U.S. imperialism and the accomplishment of a classless world: satellite communism.”

Alicia Garza, a co-founder of BLM, was trained by the School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL), an instauration founded by Harmony Goldberg, Ph. D., a student successful taste anthropology, Gonzalez said.

Goldberg is besides an adept connected Antonio Gramsci (pdf), the laminitis of Italy’s communist enactment successful the 1920s and a Marxist intellectual. She understands Gramsci’s mentation of the warfare of position, the conception of recruiting people, organizing them, grooming them, and convincing them to regenerate 1 civilization with different culture, Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez cited the words of Gramsci, who said that successful the West, successful societies with beardown civic society, you request to person a warfare of position.

Gramsci likened governmental “warfare” to subject warfare, wherever the warfare of presumption is akin “to trench warfare, settling successful for a semipermanent conflict with strategical smaller victories to summation much territory spot by bit,” arsenic opposed to the warfare of question which is similar “a accelerated subject attack,” Bradley Thomas, a libertarian activist, and writer wrote for the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE).

“In different words, you person to instrumentality the worker, infiltrate them, indoctrinate them, thatch them that the household was a signifier of oppression, thatch them that the nation-state was a signifier of oppression, teaching that backstage spot led to warfare and much oppression. And that is what we person today, but present successful America, we signifier it done the lens of the contention with captious contention theory,” Gonzales said.

The halfway of Marx’s thought is that the family, the nation-state, backstage property, arsenic good arsenic the beliefs successful God and religion, had to beryllium abolished, Gonzalez said, adding that the workers astatine that clip didn’t hold with immoderate of that.

From the mid-19th period each the mode till 1917 erstwhile the archetypal Marxist gyration succeeded, the workers during these 70 oregon truthful years liked the nation-state, were patriotic, loyal to God, and truly liked backstage property, Gonzalez continued.

Therefore, the Marxist gyration failed miserably successful Central and Western Europe—exactly the spot wherever Marx had said that it would succeed, Gonzalez explained.

“These communist thinkers successful Italy and Germany came up with the thought that Marx had been close connected the strategy connected getting escaped of the nation, state, and backstage spot but his maneuver needed to beryllium upgraded.”

“Marx’s maneuver was that it was going to beryllium the worldly forces of society, economics was going to find everything,” but these communist intellectuals successful the 1920s successful Europe realized that it was culture—not economy—which accounts for however antheral behaves, Gonzalez said. “The Marxism we spot successful America today—it’s that benignant of Marxism.”

“The communists who trained the founders of BLM organizations … took their cues from these taste Marxists of the 1920s from Europe.”

BLM’s Impact

Epoch Times Photo Protesters rally connected the steps of the State House during a Black Lives Matter rally successful Providence, R.I., connected June 5, 2020. (Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images)

At a gathering of Maine progressives successful 2019, Garza said: “America itself was founded connected violence, steeped successful achromatic supremacy and predicated connected theft and genocide.

“When we speech astir warring achromatic nationalism, warring achromatic supremacy, we’re not talking astir warring achromatic people. We’re talking astir changing however we’ve organized this state truthful that we really tin execute the justness that we are warring for. I judge we each person enactment to bash to support dismantling the organizing rule of this society, which creates inequities for everyone, adjacent achromatic people,” Garza said according to Maine Beacon.

“In 2020, we had months of de-stabilization. And … with captious contention theory, there’s been a existent effort astatine changing our civilization from within,” Gonzalez said.

According to the U.S. Crisis Monitor, successful 2020 aft the decease of George Floyd, 633 riots took place, Gonzalez said. The Insurance Information Institute said that these riots were the costliest civilian unrest successful U.S. past with insured losses estimated astatine implicit $2 billion.

portland protest A Black Lives Matter protester is seen astatine a riot successful Portland, Oregon, connected Aug. 1, 2020. (Noah Berger/AP Photo)

BLM activists were progressive successful 95 percent of the 633 riots for which the individuality of the perpetrators was known, according to Gonzalez.

“I instrumentality that seriously. … That’s wherefore I wrote my book: BLM: The Making of a New Marxist Revolution,” Gonzalez said.

The Epoch Times reached retired to Black Lives Matter for comment.

The results of the riots person been felt until today, the adept noted.

“The leap successful the execution complaint successful 2020 was astronomical. It was 30 percent,” Gonzalez said. “It was the highest summation successful the homicide complaint successful history,” helium added. “We cognize from statistic that implicit 50 percent of radical murdered are African Americans.

“So this is simply a batch of further achromatic lives that were lost. Don’t they matter?” Gonzalez asked rhetorically.

BLM had a program erstwhile it carried retired protests and riots successful 2020, Gonzalez continued.

The enactment projected national authorities successful July 2020 called the BREATHE Act. The bill, sponsored by Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D- Mich.) and Ayanna Pressley (D- Mass.), called for defunding the constabulary and replacing them with a caller attack to assemblage safety. Cullors, the BLM Executive Director described this attack arsenic a “new, non-punitive, and non-carceral approaches to assemblage information that would incentivize states to shrink their criminal-legal systems and halfway the extortion of Black lives,” according to a BLM report.

BLM besides partnered with the philharmonic Hamilton and Sprite soda marque to summation the elector turnout successful the 2020 election, the study said. The enactment has been spreading its program that promotes captious contention mentation successful the country’s 14,000 schoolhouse districts, Gonzalez wrote successful his book.

The enactment has millions successful fiscal resources obtained done fundraising. “Across our entities and partners, we person raised conscionable implicit $90 cardinal successful 1 year, 2020” with the mean donation of $30.64, the BLM study said, portion their expenses specified arsenic staffing, operating and administrative expenses, civic engagement, programs, and tract expenses, accelerated response, and situation intervention, and its “get retired the vote” run amounted to $8.4 million.

BLM sent retired 127 cardinal emails related to their activities successful 2020 which resulted successful 1.2 cardinal actions taken, according to its report.

In summation to the publication astir BLM, Gonzalez besides wrote earlier the book, “The Plot to Change America: How Identity Politics Is Dividing the Land of the Free.”

The writer explained wherefore helium penned these books that exposure the Marxist infiltration successful America.

“The information that I spent the archetypal 12 years of my beingness successful a communist state successful Cuba has made maine admit them close away. … I cognize however civilization was destroyed. I cognize however a state was destroyed. America is my country. I don’t privation to spot hap to America [what has happened] to the state of my birth”

Ella Kietlinska

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Ella Kietlinska is simply a New York-based newsman for The Epoch Times.

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Joshua Philipp is an award-winning investigative newsman with The Epoch Times and big of EpochTV's "Crossroads" program. He is simply a recognized adept connected unrestricted warfare, asymmetrical hybrid warfare, subversion, and humanities perspectives connected today’s issues. His 10-plus years of probe and investigations connected the Chinese Communist Party, subversion, and related topics springiness him unsocial penetration into the planetary menace and governmental landscape.