There’s a reason the founders of the BLM took their mission statement off their website.
They admitted their goal was to destroy the nuclear family, the same goal that Marx said would create a communist utopia—which makes sense, as the founders of BLM also admitted they were trained Marxists. Ultimately, their agenda truly doesn’t have anything to do with black lives.
One of the hallmarks of Marxism is rejection of a higher power…
Marxists tend to be either atheists or agnostics, but all seem to frown upon faith—especially Christianity.
What’s their beef with the followers of Christ?
Well, if you can depend on a higher power to give you what you need in life—even one that preaches that God will meet you halfway—it means that you won’t depend on the state to sustain you.
And that’s what Marxism wants…
A total dependence on the state.
The problem with that is that the state isn’t some omnipotent being that does nothing other than look after the wellbeing of its citizens.
The state is run by men who have agendas and a thirst for gaining and keeping power, and those men will do whatever they need to hold onto that power, including, as history has shown, murdering those that oppose them.
There’s a reason that communism killed an estimated 100 million people in the 20th Century. They had to get rid of those that weren’t open to their programming…
And the founders of BLM are created in this same vein.
First The Family, Then Your Faith
Of course, it’s a brilliant maneuver. You can’t really criticize the Marxist ideals of the organization without seeming insensitive at best and racist at worst.
However, apparently, God is also a problem for BLM as well, and that just cost one man his job.
In August, Kurt Beathard, the then-offensive coordinator for the Illinois State University football team, found a Black Lives Matter sign on the door to his office.
However, Beathard isn’t one of the Left’s “walking dead.” He understands what BLM is and the agenda they’re really pushing for, so he decided to let his faith do his talking for him.
Beathard told a journalist in a recent interview, “I thought, ‘No, I can’t have this on my door, so I took it off and put it behind the chair in my office. I was praying about it and I thought, ‘All lives matter here, and there’s no other organization other than Jesus Christ to sponsor that.'”
And so, taking a cue from his Lord and Savior, he decided to put a different sign up, one that read: “All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ.
The sign was there for almost two weeks before somebody came to Beathard with a request…
“They didn’t demand it, they just said, ‘As a favor, could you please take that off your door?’ I didn’t take it off right away. I sat there and prayed about it, and I said, ‘God knows where my heart is. That’s all that matters. If it will help to take it off, I’ll take it off.'”
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
So he did…
But it didn’t matter.
He was later informed by the Illinois State University officials that he had been reassigned and was no longer a part of the coaching staff.
Keep in mind, he was the offensive coordinator—that’s a pretty big deal for him to be reassigned…
But that’s what happens when you offend somebody in 2020. You’re told to take a hike.
To make matters worse, this happened right after his wife died of cancer.
“I truly believe that all lives matter. It’s right there in the Bible. God doesn’t discriminate. He doesn’t say, ‘Oh, I kinda like some of these people. But I really, really, really like these other people.’ I keep hearing about the abortion rates and the gun killings. I think about the stuff that I got angry about when my nephew was tragically murdered. His life mattered. My wife’s life mattered, too. She lived with cancer for five years. She mattered to me. It’s about every life.”
But now he’s on the unemployment line just because somebody was offended by his devotion to the teachings of Jesus.
If they can do this…
They can attack ANYTHING.
God bless you, Kurt. You’re a shining example of what a person should strive to be.
“You and I were created by God to be so much more than normal… following the crowd is not a winning approach to life. In the end it’s a loser’s game, because we never become who God created us to be by trying to be like everybody else.” – Tim Tebow