ALSO, ANTI-RACISM MARCH SCHEDULED FOR ANCHORAGE
Tucked in between hoodies and bomber jackets, the Alaska Airlines online company store now is selling t-shirts with Black Lives Matter printed boldly on the front.
Many in America believe that the Black Lives Matter organization is responsible for looting and rioting in American cities, and is a domestic terrorist organization. Some have called for the Trump Administration to label it a terrorist group, similar to Antifa.
The mission statement of the organization shows it is Marxist-leaning, with references to “collective” and “comrades” sprinkled throughout. A significant portion of the mission statement is dedicate to support for homosexuality or transgender individuals. It is also anti-family:
“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”
ALASKA BLACK CAUCUS MARCH ON MONDAY
The Alaska Black Caucus, a different group from Black Lives Matter, will have a march against racism on Monday at 1 pm starting at Town Square in downtown Anchorage. The event will start with voter registration and speeches, with the march beginning at 2 pm.
Marches like this one have turned violent around the country, but the organizers of the Anchorage march are calling for peace. Still, it might be wise for people to avoid the downtown area on Monday afternoon.
The organizers say that security for the event will be provided by the Municipality and charged to taxpayers. The Municipality has hung a Black Lives Matter banner from the Anchorage Performing Arts Center to show solidarity with the radicalized group.
And radical it is. The president of Greater New York Black Lives Matter is on record saying that that if Black Lives Matter fails to achieve meaningful change during nationwide protests over George Floyd’s killing by Minneapolis police officers, the organization will “burn down this system.”
“If this country doesn’t give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it. All right? And I could be speaking figuratively. I could be speaking literally. It’s a matter of interpretation,” Hawk Newsome said in a June interview.