BLM Group Applies to Become Political Party
A Black Lives Matter group formally applied to become a political party in the United Kingdom on Monday, confirming suspicions that the far-left movement indeed has political aspirations in Britain, despite claims that the movement was non-partisan.
On October 26th, an application was filed with the Electoral Commission for Black Lives Matter to become a fully-fledged political party throughout the entire UK should the commission accept the request.
The Black Lives Matter movement saw a resurgence in the UK following the death of George Floyd in America, staging mass protests across the country, with many devolving into violent confrontations with police. The group was also behind a widespread iconoclastic campaign to tear down and deface statues honouring British historical figures.
A common feature of Black Lives Matter protests in London has been the consistent demonisation of Britain, the United States, and Western Civilisation as a whole.
In a telling example of this, a leftist speaker in a Che Guevara t-shirt at a BLM rally in August asked the crowd: “Are you loyal to Britain?”
The BLM activists all chanted back “No!” in reply.
“Good, I hope not, because the backbone of our country — what made it an imperialist country was the blood of black people. That’s how Britain was built,” he explained, adding: “We only have contempt for the state, contempt for the police, and contempt for the ideology that formed Britain.”
We have seen black paramilitary-style gangs marching on our streets, riots, insults of our national flag and watched beatings of young English boys and girls by BLM activists on Facebook and Twitter feeds...It is time to say: "Enough is enough!"
These thugs want to destroy our once peaceful England and turn it into a Marxist wasteland...It is time to stand up and do your duty, for England and future generations!
We want you, as a Patriot who loves England to sign our NATIONAL PETITION and demand the government immediately BAN the new Black Lives Matter Party.