In July when I posted the BLM link calling out the Dallas false flag, I already knew that anti-Zionism was just one step away from gaining a new ally. A month later, I am happy to extend my humble welcome and warm regards to arguably the highest-profile American social movement in recent years now that we are officially on the same side of the issue:
“Israel is an apartheid state with over 50 laws on the books that sanction discrimination against the Palestinian people,” it continued. “Palestinian homes and land are routinely bulldozed to make way for illegal Israeli settlements. Israeli soldiers also regularly arrest and detain Palestinians as young as 4 years old without due process. Every day, Palestinians are forced to walk through military checkpoints along the US-funded apartheid wall.”
At the end of this section, the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel is advertised as a resource, along with a website for Black-Palestinian solidarity.
The platform was released by The Movement for Black Lives, an umbrella group of more than 50 organizations, including the Black Lives Matter Network, the Black Liberation Collective, and the Center for Constitutional Rights, which often promotes the Palestinian cause.
Over the past two years, there has been much speculation over attempts by the pro-Palestinian movement to converge with Black Lives Matter and other social justice-related campaigns.
This is how you build bridges:
At the Republican National Convention two weeks ago, an attempt to present such a coalition was on display. Abbas Hamideh, 41, of the Palestine Right to Return Coalition, told The Times of Israel he was in Cleveland to protest GOP nominee Donald Trump with Black Lives Matter activists.
“As Palestinians, we stand in solidarity with them. We have been colonized for over 68 years, so it is a natural bond, it is a natural alliance for us,” he said.
Hamideh went on to say he opposed a two-state solution and the very notion of a Jewish state, and that he promotes “a free Palestine from the river to the sea,” repeating a chant associated with the Hamas terrorist organization.
The potential was there long ago:
so all it took was the initiative to do further outreach and close the deal. And now the Axum alliance is back. Those – not only our enemies but also pessimists who supposedly support us - who kept telling me it would never happen and that trying to make it happen was just a waste of time now know better.
For many years I have watched Jews and their useful idiots push their narrative that all “Muslims” (by which they actually mean ”non-black” Semitic Muslims) despise “blacks”. In fact just the other day in the blog comments Henrik Jensen was posting a link to this effect. Of course, anyone who actually bothers to look around would know that this is simply not true:
As I always say, if they are so confident that such an alliance could never form, why do they bother to tell us about it? Whenever they tell us that such an alliance could never form, what they really mean is that they fear it forming enough to try to sabotage it before it does, but are too ashamed to admit it.
I would love to hear from any BLM member who wishes to contact us:
For now, I have just one piece of extremely important advice for BLM: buy firearms and ammunition, and train in paramilitary discipline. “Hands up, don’t shoot!” will not protect you. Don’t believe me? Ask the Palestinians.