Good day world Ŋutifafa,

We here at YAH not Religion has prepared a presentation on Black Lives Matter; and why you should not support BLM. Let me just say any scriptures that are provided is based on the content of the whole chapter and book that is used. Please take the time to know the whole matter.

Akpe (Thanks)



                                        Our Notes on the topic

…Still supporting the word Black as a good reference to humans and think it is being respected? What do you know about BLM (Black Lives Matter)? Note: the blue fonts seen below are links for fact-checking research, we are human and understand we can be wrong, and do not mind being

corrected with truth under the standard of YAH

The “Black Lives Matter” movement is decentralized (dispersed, scattered) with no formal chain of command. BLM was co-founded by three black community organizers in 2013, Patrisse Khan-Cullors (worldly married to a woman named Janaya khan), Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi, following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida. 

Alicia Garza from the “Black Lives Matter” website makes it clear in the 4th paragraph about her, what is most important:

Most important, as a queer Black woman, Garza’s leadership and work challenge the misconception that only cisgender Black men encounter police and state violence.

Opal Tometi the last listed co-founder in paragraph 3 of her bio presents:

A transnational feminist, Opal supports and helps shape the strategic work
of Pan African Network in Defense of Migrant Rights, and the Black
Immigration Network (BIN) international and national formations
respectively, dedicated to people of African descent. She has presented at the
United Nations and participated with the UN’s Global Forum on Migration and
Commission on the Status of Women.

Yes, we understand, some will look past their standard of living as it does not mean anything to them following BLM and some will say that it should not be the focal point of following them. As we hold to the scriptures from YAH’s and not religion, those statements and others we can certainly debate, but what should disturb most, we refer to what BLM lists as their beliefs. After reading past the first 2 paragraphs of their “What We Believe statement, the clarity of their standards should begin to have scriptural readers begin to understand why those that follow YAH should walk away from BLM if ever followed at all.  And it has been reported, more and more as to what stands out as criticism for lining up with Marxism
ideology, please review about 20 paragraphs down on their
What We Believe” website for our reference as they state:

“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable.”

If not noted from the above quote, fathers are not included, as they clearly point to mothers and add parents which may make one miss the point that fathers were not mentioned.  But throughout their “What We Believe statements, we ask those that follow YAH’s scriptures to please read carefully after their first two paragraphs and see if you can follow Black Lives
Matter’s standards and not loose YAH’s

What was this Marxist stuff you were talking about?  Within 2015 an interview of one of the three “Black Lives Matter” co-founders, Patrisse Cullors declared that she and another
co-founder “are trained Marxists.”

But the movement has grown and broadened dramatically. Many Americans, support “Black Lives Matter”, focusing on an off guided message of anti-racism, but have not idea this is under the guise of a Marxists group or ideology.

In a Facebook video interview post (focusing on starting at 24 minutes and 09 seconds) labeling Black Lives Matter as a Marxist movement, interviewer Carol Swain,
a conservative and former professor at Vanderbilt and Princeton universities. She said, “Now, the founders of Black Lives Matter, they’ve come out as Marxists.”

A  06.24.2020 article and another  article Co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors did in 2015, reflects where she stated:

“We do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia, in particular, are trained organizers; we are trained Marxists. We are supervised on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think what we really try to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many Black folks.”


No clear evidence points to the other two states they are Marxists. Simply other pointing to book publisher Penguin Random House claiming they have documented co-founder Alicia Garza stating, she “describes herself as a queer social justice activist
and Marxist.”

Some of you may know what Marxist is but the vas majority of Africans in America do not. If they did they would not be rallying behind something that could possibly send them into volunteer slavery, instead of the victim of POWs (prisoners of wars) that we are. Marxist is defined as when the State owns and controls everything. They believe that works are been exploited by Capitalists (the people who own the means of production) communists in a nutshell for example people who call themselves Marxist a.k.a  Karl Marxist and Fredrich Engles disciples; are Valdimir Lenn and Joseph Stalin (Russia) Mao Zedong(China) and tyrants from Kim Jong-Il in North Korea to Fidel Castro’s in Cuba. These regimes call themselves Marxist who murdered millions and enslave billions of people.  Marx believes freedom can only be achieved through a revolution of works overthrowing the government and replacing it with a communist. Wherever Marxist has been practice life got worse.

So now that we know what Marxist is and why we don’t support it; let’s trace back to BLM “What We Believe”! It is just so much wrong with this page I do not know how anyone following YAH could subscribe to this false illusion of freedom.

Let us be clear we do believe Africa and her diaspora lives matter. We do not take kindly to been exploited. In this Marxism, they want to take the right to identify themselves as female/male but have to choose their ideology of gender. Quote “do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege” They are exploiting Africans to promote and push disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence; NOT the things that affect the African diaspora communities.

Here in America, we are tired of being single mothers and one of the major issues we face but BLM  do NOT wants what YAH originally intended as men and women raising their little ones. They want to “build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.”

What do sexism and misogyny mean?

Sexism- prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, typically against women, based on sex. Misogyny- dislike of, contempt for, or ingrained prejudice against women. 

They are guilty of assuming men think and feel this way. This is not the African culture to view their women in such a disdainful way. Yes they are Africans themselves but they don’t have our best interest,  they have the LGBTQ+ community, and while that is fine as an adult but it is not okay to have false pretense of the 1960 civil rights movement. Where homosexuality came out with more rights than the Prison of War of the slave trades.

So what is BLM all about then? They are causing all of these riots and protest for men but refuse to make any noise for the women who have endured violence by the hands of the police. They talk about women and empower them yet no noise was made on behalf of the African Woman. Yet they exploit us, using our men with no real degree or thought of them in mind. They claim they are trained in Marxist, they admitted that they don’t deal with all things effecting the African community, and the use the byword black to gain support and blind followers exploiting the African’s in America.