Black Lives Matter recently called for a mass boycott of white-owned businesses.
In a graphic that it posted on its website and shared across social media, BLM stated “We’re dreaming of a #Blackxmas. That means no spending with white companies from 11/26/2021 – 01/01/2022.”
The organization stated that the point of the campaign is not to “replace white-capitalism with Black-capitalism,” but rather to “shake off the call to rampant consumerism and use our dollars intentionally to build Black community.”
Several organizations, which featured some black activist groups, criticized BLM’s anti-white business campaign. According to Steve Watson of Summit News, these organizations believed that BLM’s message is negative and segregationist and will create “an unhealthier racial climate.”
As opposed to promoting a message that encourages people to support black-owned businesses, BLM placed more emphasis on having its members boycott businesses based on their race.
On its website, BLM asserted that “white-supremacist-capitalism invented policing, initially as chattel-slavery-era “paddy rollers,” in order to protect its interests and put targets on the backs of Black people.” BLM believes that this process is still playing out in the present.
BLM added, “#BlackXmas challenges us to shake off the chains of consumerism and step fully into our own collective power, to build new traditions, and run an offense as well as a defense.”
BLM is a radical leftist organization whose whole purpose is to push forward an ethno-Marxist ideology that foments racial tensions. Its end goal likely consists of trying to expropriate the assets of whites, in a way that’s similar to what has taken place in Zimbabwe.
The good news is that polls from Civiqs show that Americans are getting tired of BLM’s anti-white message and its enthusiastic support for using violence to effect political change. A serious right-wing presidential administration would declare BLM a terrorist organization and arrest its leaders and those who finance its mayhem-creating operations.