Candace Owens: 'Black Lives Matter is a Marxist Movement Disguised as Racial Unrest'
Conservative activist warns: 'We fight now, or lose America to violent communism'
Conservative firebrand Candace Owens has slammed the Black Lives Matter movement as a trojan horse designed to permanently alter American society.
"Black Lives Matter is a Marxist movement disguised as racial unrest,” according to Owens.
"We fight now, or lose America to violent communism,” the Blexit (black exit from the Democratic Party) founder warns.
"These thugs are delivering ultimatums to businesses & schools: Do as we say, or burn,” Owens adds.
Owens comments come as two Black Lives Matter co-founders have had their Marxist backgrounds recently exposed.
Concerns have been mounting that the heavily-funded group is a radical leftist organization trained to disrupt America by promoting a modern multicultural variety of Marxist ideology.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi’s links to Communist Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro have recently been exposed.
Co-founder Patrisse Cullors also admitted to being a “trained organizer” and “trained Marxist” in a resurfaced video.
Black Lives Matter is a Marxist movement disguised as racial unrest.— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) June 26, 2020
These thugs are delivering ultimatums to businesses & schools: Do as we say, or burn.
These “demands” were posted by Marxists at James Madison University.
We fight now, or lose America to violent communism. pic.twitter.com/K6OmoRenpe
As Neon Nettle previously reported, Hawk Newsome, a Black Lives Matter leader also issued an ominous threat on Fox News.
Newsome threatened that “If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down the system and replace it,” before warning that he could be “speaking literally.”
According to Candace Owens, the liberal media is manipulating African Americans and “trying to inspire a race war” in an election year.
Owens urged her African American compatriots to stop rioting and acting “like a trained chimpanzee every single time the media runs a story."
"That’s how you have to be black? Listen to your psychological conditioning,” Owens said.
"If to be black, you can’t speak in proper English, or you’re 'acting white.' Right?
"To be black, you instantly have to jump up like a ****** trained chimpanzee – excuse my language – like a trained chimpanzee every single time the media runs a story, and act angry, and riot, and talk about how pained you were to see this happen to black people, but keep your mouth shut, right, when it happens black-on-black because if you talk about the black-on-black crime, you’re a race traitor, right?”
Owens also suggested that African Americans can learn from the example set by Scottish people in the 17th century.
“Scottish people were severely behind the English people, just in terms of everything,” Owens said.
"And David Hume inspired and uplifted and challenged the Scottish people by saying if we want to get ahead, we have to learn English,” she continued.
"In a matter of years, in a matter of decades, the Scottish people passed the English people in engineering, and in the sciences.
"And it’s because they challenged themselves to be better, and not to be worse.
"They didn’t pretend that somehow having a broken language, having broken-down families was a symbol of who we are.
"And that is so unique to Black America. I won’t subscribe to it. People say that’s how you have to be Black.”
As Neon Nettle previously reported, rapper Lord Jamar also raised similar concerns about Black Lives Matter, saying he doesn't support the group because it "isn't our movement... it was given to us by... George Soros."
The 51-year-old music star, who started hip-hip group Brand Nubian in 1989, was asked during a recent interview with Turning Point USA whether he supports the BLM protests, to which he responded: "No. Absolutely not."
When asked to elaborate on why he doesn't support the group, Lord Jamar said:
"Because this isn't our movement.
"It's a movement that was given to us by, you know, George Soros and his f**king boys.
"Because they saw how things were going and they didn't want it to go back to the 60s - to where we start having our own, organic movement."