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The three co-founders of "Black Lives Matter" (BLM) are all Marxists.  Two of them even proclaim themselves to be "trained Marxists" whatever that means.  BLM's official position on the demonstrations for freedom in Cuba shows that for them Marxism continues to prevail over everything else.  BLM has issued a position in support of the communist dictatorship and actually tried to blame the US for oppressing the Cuban people.

That should open the eyes of all Americans, black and white, to the true nature of BLM.  They are far left extremists who are way outside the mainstream.

Cuban Americans are calling BLM out on their position.  Noting that there are quire a number of blacks in Cuba, and that many of them are participating in the anti-communist demonstrations, they have observed that for BLM, the lives of black Cubans apparently do not matter.

https://freebeacon.com/biden-administration/black-lives-matter-comes-to-castro-regimes-defense-amid-cuba-unrest/


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