Look What Anti-Law Organization Has Thrown Their Support Behind Black Lives Matter
(Tea Party 247) – Leftist demands to “defund” the police and abolish prisons are nothing new. They’ve been circulating for several years now but with the death of George Floyd these radical ideas have been thrust into the mainstream and have gained a shocking amount of support.
We should, of course, not be surprised by a George Soros-affiliated anti-deportation group throwing their support behind BLM, after all, birds of a feather flock together. Anti-deportation groups have no respect for the law and neither do BLM. Plus, they’re both Soros-affiliated.
Many Americans genuinely believe that the protests and riots are all just an organic response to the police killing of George Floyd. The truth is, many organized leftist political groups are simply using it as an opportunity to seize momentum to promote their radical agendas and it’s working.
The Soros-affiliated group is called Organized Communities Against Deportation (OCAD). OCAD lists on its website the “Open Society Foundation” as a partner.
On February 16, 2016, OCAD hosted a protest in Chicago, Illinois, to defund the police according to an article posted on the website of #Not1More, another anti-deportation organization — itself an offshoot of the larger and more organized anti-deportation group National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON).
During that protest, activists sat on ladders in the middle of a street in front of a Regional Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field office holding banners that said, “Dismantle ICE. Defund the police.” The activists consider ICE “the largest police force” in the country and were “joined by leaders from the movement for Black lives who say there is a connection between their efforts,” the article said.
— OCAD (@OCAD_CHI) February 16, 2016
Other activist groups participating in the protest were Assata’s Daughters, Black Youth Project (BYP) 100, Fearless Leading by the Youth (FLY), Palestinian Youth in Action, Centro Autonomo, People’s Response Team, and the Chicago Religious Leadership Network (CRLN).
Assata’s Daughters said in a statement at the time, “Undocumented people in Chicago and nationally are living in fear daily of being taken from their homes and away from their families. We, as Black American community organizers, can relate to that fear. … Our struggles are distinct but connected. When enforcement is overfunded, that is money that is not being spent on services that actually keep us safe.”
An OCAD organizer and Policy Director for the #Not1More Campaign, Tania Unzueta, complained that Chicago spent “40% of its budget on police” and that the government should spend money on “developing and nurturing our communities not deporting and incarcerating them.”
Sure, Chicago should just spend money on “nurturing” the crime-ridden city. That ought to stop homicides and gang activity. Is it any wonder that Chicago had to spend 40% of its budget on police? The city is a cesspool of violence and criminal activity.
The irony is that Chicago has been run by Democrat mayors since 1931. Yet, much of the angst and anger over “race relations,” the police, and “inequality” is directed towards Republicans. If Democrats really cared about helping black communities of Chicago, they’ve had 89 years to do it. I digress.
“If these agencies have endless resources, they will find endless ways to target and harm our families. They need to be defunded and dismantled,” she said completely ignorant of the fact that these communities find endless ways to harm each other while the police try to help and protect them.
OCAD in recent days and weeks has been calling for its supporters to support the Black Lives Matter movement, posting on its Facebook page, “our liberation is dependent of Black liberation.”
Or, going through the proper channels to become citizens would liberate them.