Watch: BLM Founder Happy That Her Book Gets Compared To Mao's Little Red Book
· · May 7, 2021 · NottheBee.com

In this recently uncovered video found by The National Pulse you can see Patrisse Cullors, our "trained Marxist" serial-mansion-buying friend, laughing and being happy about the fact that her book reminded someone of Mao's Little Red Book.

"I was speaking to this young person from Arizona who's trying to fight SB 1070, and he grabbed a book and he said, "It's like Mao's Red Book." [Laughter] And I was like man, that's what I was thinking, and it was just really cool to hear him make that connection, and I was like how about you buy 10 to 15 of these books and you all have like a youth organizing group where you talk about it and you really try to engage this."

Here's a longer version of the video on Rumble.

Another important line here is how Cullors sees it as her mission to reach the youth with her Neo-Marxist message.

"I think I have a really important role in speaking to youth. Maybe it's because I came in the movement at 17-and-a-half, so I have just a knack for knowing how to organize young people into this organization."

For those who don't know, Mao's little red book was a book containing around 200 quotes from China's Chairman Mao Tse-tung promoting his version of Marxism and Communism. It was largely distributed to students in China at the beginning of the Cultural Revolution there and was used to justify "purges" of those not totally loyal to the Chinese Communist Party.

And this is what Cullors is so giddy about her book being compared to. She also wants to influence and shape the youth into soldiers for her Neo-Marxist mission.

Cullors and BLM see themselves as another iteration of Marxism. She has proclaimed herself as a trained Marxist in the past and BLM's mission is to spread their brand of communism in the United States the same way that Mao spread his brand of communism in China.

Marxist gonna Marx. Maoist gonna Mao. BLM gonna BLM.

Don't fall for it.


Comments

There are 42 comments on this article.

Ready to join the conversation? Start your free trial today.

Access comments and our fully-featured social platform, completely free of charge.

Sign up Now
App screenshot

You must signup or login to view or post comments on this article.