Mayor Sadiq Khan offended many locked down Londoners with a divisive New Year’s Eve display which used fireworks and drones to light up the night sky with the Marxist clenched fist symbol of Black Lives Matter.
NowtheEndBegins (h/t nita) From the beginning of the Black Lives Matter Movement back in 2013, its founders have always been outwardly proud of the fact that their movement was based on Marxism and Communist Russia. BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors says that she and her two fellow Black Lives Matter co-founders are ‘trained Marxists’, and indeed the very symbol of Black Lives Matter is the Marxist fist of Communist Russia.
So last night, when Muslim London mayor Sadiq Khan decided to include in his New Years Eve fireworks display the Black Lives Matter Marxist fist, moving in an animation as if it were punching the people below, one can’t help but feel a message is being sent. A message that is telling you that in 2021, the BLM terrorist organization that in 2020 went global, will be on the war path more than ever before, and that they won’t rest until they have beaten all their opposition into submission.
Breitbart The Labour politician’s highly partisan New Year illuminations may prove controversial for Britons who have been dismayed by the destructive and violent actions of the Marxist-led race movement’s supporters — generally conducted in defiance of otherwise ruthlessly enforced lockdown rules with little or no police interference, due to senior officers’ fear of the group.
In London alone, Black Lives Matter mobs have repeatedly defaced Sir Winston Churchill’s statue, attempted to burn the flag on the hallowed Cenotaph national war memorial and daubed it with graffiti on the anniversary of D-Day, and bloodied police officers and chased them through the streets shouting “run, piggy, run”.
One female officer was left with horrific injuries when she was knocked from her horse during disorder on Whitehall, near the Prime Minister’s official residence, suffering a collapsed lung, broken ribs, and a broken collarbone.
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) January 1, 2021