Black Lives Matter and Communist China: CCP front group partners with Black Futures Lab Project

Lately, I’ve been doing reports about both the Chinese Communist Party’s total disregard for human rights and the lack of transparency about how the Black Lives Matter movement — one that asserts it exists to bring justice and freedom for black people — really affects black lives.

Today’s report is an examination of the apparent relationship between these two powerful entities: China and BLM. You may be thinking why would BLM, or any of its co-founders, team up with the authoritarian regime of China?

Watch my full video as I explore why this may be the case with the Chinese Progressive Association and BLM relationship, and also how a push for communism through a civil rights movement is nothing America hasn’t lived through before.

Earlier this year, black people in China were tossed out onto the street by their landlords, hotel managers, and local officials right in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Yet a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Alicia Garza, saw it appropriate to partner with the CCP front group, the Chinese Progressive Association for her Black Futures Lab Project.

If you read our previous report that touches on this weird union, this news may not surprise you that self admitted Marxist Garza, believes “It’s not possible for a world to emerge where black lives matter if it’s under capitalism.”

But what’s in it for the CCP? In my report about how China’s Belt and Road Initiative is seeping into Canada, it’s clear that companies backed by the CCP are often part of a calculated plan to support China’s aspirations to drastically increase China’s dominance over the entire world.

Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are two Canadians who have been unlawfully imprisoned and have been suffering in a dark cell in China since December of 2018.

Rebel News has hired a lawyer to help bring the our two Michael’s home. Please visit FreeTheTwoMichaels.com to help us help them.