BLM Linked to Beijing-Supported Organisation in USA
The promoter of the People’s Republic of China in the United States, Chinese Progressive Association is partnering with the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the researcher argues.
The Chinese Progressive Association is funding the Black Futures Lab, an enterprise of Black Lives Matter founder Alicia Garza. "The Black Futures Lab is fiscally sponsored project of the Chinese Progressive Association", informs the statement on the Support page of the webpage of the enterprise.
The discovery shows that the Black Lives Matter is the foreign state entity promoting agenda, which is a threat to the security of Western citizens including in Canada, Australia and the states of the European Union.
Launched in 1977 in Boston the Association aimed "for full equity and empowerment of the Chinese community in the Greater Boston area and beyond", claimed author of the statement on the organisation's website. But the facts reveal that the Chinese Progressive Association in its activities promoted the Communist China's political system.
The researcher who discovered the link with Beijing regime senior fellow of Heritage Foundation Mr Mike Gonzalez and Ms Jenny Nguyen, revealed, that a member of the organisation observed, in the paper published at the Stanford University, that Chinese Progressive Association, “worked with other pro-PRC groups within the U.S. and San Francisco Bay Area … Support for the PRC was based on the inspiration the members drew from what they saw as a successful grassroots model that presented a viable alternative to Western capitalism.”
In 2019, the Association sponsored the raising of the PRC’s flag for the first time ever over Boston’s City Hall to honour the takeover of China by the Chinese Communist Party. The author of the Stanford paper emphasises that the CPA regularly celebrated the Chinese Communist Party achievements.
Support for BLM decreasing
Support for the racial justice protests in the wake of George Floyd’s death in May, as well as for the Black Lives Matter movement, has dropped in recent months, according to polling released on Thursday.
By a 52% to 45% margin, respondents said they do support the protests and demonstrations that have taken place across the country after the death of Floyd, a Black man, while in Minneapolis police custody, according to the Axios/Survey-Monkey polling.
But support has dropped 10 percentage points since June.
A majority — 54% — said they have a favourable view of the Black Lives Matter movement, but that was down eight points since June.