BLM Founder Compares Her Book To Mao’s “Red Book”

( You probably didn’t need any more evidence that Black Lives Matter is an extremist, Marxist organization, given that the leaders already admitted to being “trained Marxists” – but here’s some more anyway.

In a previously unseen video of a speech by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, the left-wing agitator can be heard comparing her book to the “Little Red Book” by Mao Zedong, the former leader of the Chinese Communist Party.

That’s the same leader who made the “trained Marxist” comment, by the way.

Speaking in 2010 at a panel discussing “Transformative Organizing Theory” – whatever that is – Cullors explained:

“I was speaking to this young person from Arizona who’s trying to fight SB 1070, and he grabbed a book and he said, ‘It’s like Mao’s Red Book.’ [Laughter] And I was like man, that’s what I was thinking, and it was just really cool to hear him make that connection, and I was like how about you buy 10 to 15 of these books and you all have like a youth organizing group where you talk about it and you really try to engage this.”

Yes, this is something the leader of an organization pushed by the President of the United States and Congressional Democrats really said. And if you don’t believe it – or if your friends don’t believe it – you can see her say it in the clip below.

The Little Red Book, in case you’re unfamiliar, was published during the beginning of the Cultural Revolution in China. It contained quotes from the nation’s authoritarian leader Chairman Mao, and was used as a guide for Chinese people to follow the rules of their new communist country, and helped Chinese people – particularly young people – to learn to identify people who weren’t complying.

Terrifying stuff, huh?