BLM raked in over $100 million and its co-founder says its racist to talk about the $1.4 million home she just bought in “lilly white” Topanga, California

The American Negro male leading New York's BLM chapter, and calling for Patrisse Cullors-Khan's spending to be investigated, must be the "misogynist" who she claims doesn't like seeing Black women do well

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CLEVELAND, OH – Communist and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors-Khan says it’s “racist” as well as “dangerous” and “misogynistic” to talk about her buying four homes valued at $3 million for herself, her “husband”, Janaya Khan, and the other people she loves.  Her money is being invested in Black people.

According to Cullors-Khan, BLM has invested $27 million of the more than $100 million the non-profit has received with “Black led organizations.”  She also hasn’t earned a wage from BLM even though the organization released a statement saying otherwise after stories surfaced about the $1.4 million home she purchased on March 30, 2021 at 1651 Old Topanga Canyon Road Topanga, CA, 90290.  She’s been paid $120,000 since 2013.  Nothing since 2018.

This is the $1.4 million home Patrisse Cullors-Khan purchased on Topanga Drive outside Los Angeles, California on March 30 , 2021.

Publishing her address and stories about the money she’s earning as a college professor, author and television producer is misogynistic.  There’s nothing wrong with female homosexual activists living well off the misery of the families of straight American Negro males who are being slaughtered by police.   All this “yah yah” is according to Cullors-Khan.

Communists who’ve made it rich appear to think they deserve to be treated differently than everyone else.  Democracy doesn’t work for them.   Neither does “open government.”  Cullors-Khan called media outlets reporting on her home purchases and spending sprees “right wing.”  It’s okay for her to live in a neighborhood with a less than two percent “Black” population.

Facebook and Twitter censors agree as the story the New York Times broke about her recent $1.4 million Topanga Canyon Road home purchase was removed just like the story its editors covered about Hunter Biden’s crackhead sex and the money the Communist Chinese government paid him.

This $615,000 home in Conyers, Georgia sits on 3.2 acres and comes with its own jet hangar. But BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors-Khan bawls that people shouldn’t be asking about the home or how she paid for it.  As a fake Marxist who’s really a capitalist, Cullors-Khan obviously knows nothing about a free nation’s “open government” laws.

The problem with Cullors-Khan’s arguments and the social media censorship is that they don’t answer the basic question that’s on the minds of people who have learned of the $100 million BLM raised during the last year.  What are Cullors-Khan and her BLM co-founding Canadian alien wife doing with the money people are donating?

That question isn’t being asked by the “right wing” media.  It’s being asked by New York BLM founder and American Negro Hawk Newsome.  Read his quote in the New York Post.

“If you go around calling yourself a socialist, you have to ask how much of her own personal money is going to charitable causes.   It’s really sad because it makes people doubt the validity of the movement and overlook the fact that it’s the people that carry this movement.”

Newsome is not the only BLM leader demanding answers about the Khan couple’s spending.

On a website called blmchapterstatement.com, a letter was promoted by 8 BLM chapters demanding accountability and asking donors to donate directly to the chapters and not to Black Lives Matter Global Network or its BLM Political Action Committee and BLM Grassroots.  A letter  titled “It’s time for accountability” accuses Cullors-Khan of being undemocratic” which she’s already admitted she’s not as a “trained Marxist.”  Under Communism leaders operate in secret.  There’s no such thing as “open government.”

In the spirit of transparency, accountability, and responsibility to our community, we believe public accountability has become necessary. As a contribution to our collective liberation, we must make clear:  Patrisse Cullors, as the sole board member of BLMGN, became Executive Director against the will of most chapters and without their knowledge. 

The newly announced formation, BLM Grassroots, does not have the support of and was created without consultation with the vast majority of chapters. 

The formation of BLM Grassroots effectively separated the majority of chapters from BLMGN without their consent and interrupted the active process of accountability that was being established by those chapters.

In our experience, chapter organizers have been consistently prevented from establishing financial transparency, collective decision making, or collaboration on political analysis and vision within BLMGN

For years there has been inquiry regarding the financial operations of BLMGN and no acceptable process of either public or internal transparency about the unknown millions of dollars donated to BLMGN, which has certainly increased during this time of pandemic and rebellion.

To the best of our knowledge, most chapters have received little to no financial support from BLMGN since the launch in 2013. It was only in the last few months that selected chapters appear to have been invited to apply for a $500,000 grant created with resources generated because of the organizing labor of chapters. This is not the equity and financial accountability we deserve.

The letter explains that after years of effort, Cullors-Khan and her Canadian alien wife – who now lives in the United States of America on some type of visa – have offered no acceptable internal process of accountability.  The “global” BLM organization is accused of “undermining” the efforts of chapters seeking to democratize its processes and resources.

According to Black Lives Matter Global, which Patrisse Cullors-Khan runs, questioning her $3.2 million in home purchases is dangerous. The only information she admitted was false in an interview with Lamont Marc Hill is that she intended to buy a home on one of the Bahaman islands. She didn’t deny purchasing $3.2 million in homes. She justified the purchases and added a few tears to get her point across.

The 8 complaining chapters go on to claim that BLM Grassroots was allegedly created to support the organizational needs of chapters, separate from the financial functions of BLMGN.

We, the undersigned chapters, believe that all of these events occurred without democracy, and assert that it was without the knowledge of the majority of Black Lives Matters chapters across the country and world.”

Cullors-Khan took to tears in a three part interview with Lamont Marc Hill of Black News Tonight.  Hill was fired from CNN because he didn’t support the Israeli perspective of its affairs with the Palestinians.  Semitic Christians and Muslims who don’t support the Russians, Polish and Ukrainians who lead Israel are anti-semitic and racist.

BLM co-founders Patrisse Cullors-Khan and her Canadian alien husband, Janaya Khan, appear to have been doing well from the money they earn off the misery of straight males killed by police officers.

In their interview I was waiting for some profound wisdom from Cullors-Khan that would explain how she was, personally, able to buy $3.2 million in homes.  When she broke down and started crying about receiving death threats and now needing security while living a rich life I lost it.  Welcome to the world of the rich and famous.  Most famous people, unless they’re famous and poor, travel with security.

A $1.4 million home could have paid for 340 burials of Americans who were killed by the police at $10,000 a funeral.  Cullors-Khan shouted out “love” to the families of Duante Wright and Adam Toledo.  What she appears not to have done is made sure BLM covered the cost of their burials.

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