We all know what and who Black Lives Matter is, and we know what they supposedly protest, crimes against blacks; supposed “oppression” and many other principles and goals that may disregard any other race or persons that “stand” in their way.

What you may not know is that Black Lives Matter has a secret only few know, and that is that this George Soros funded “activist” group is nothing more than a HIV / AIDS awareness front.

Now, You may be asking yourself, “Why do you think that? Why do you think it IS an HIV / AIDS / LGBT awareness front?

Well, Let me drop a little knowledge on you on why exactly this Black Lives Matter thing is a LGBT and AIDS front.

First and Foremost, in 2012, a study done by Gallup had revealed that, when asked in the survey if they identified as LGBT or not, only 3.2% of Non-Hispanic whites identified as LGBT. African-Americans were the MOST LIKELY to identify as LGBT, registering at 4.6%.

Notable statistics from the Study also revealed that LGBTs are more likely to:

  • Have Lower levels of Education
  • Have Lower levels of Income
  • Be younger
  • Never be Married or be in a Domestic Partnership.
  • Be Female

s: http://www.gallup.com/poll/158066/special-report-adults-identify-lgbt.aspx

Blacks are also more likely to:

  • Be Highly Uneducated

(Nearly Half do not go to College, compared to nearly 60% of Whites, according to the Census Bureau)


  • Have lower levels of income or not have a job at all.

Nearly 3/4 of African-Americans have Incomes less than $75K and Nearly 25% are below the poverty line.

s: http://blackdemographics.com/households/african-american-income/

  • Be in Several Domestic partnerships in their lifetime.

Nearly Half of African-Americans have never gotten married. Way above the 31% for most races.


s: http://blackdemographics.com/households/marriage-in-black-america/

  • Be raised by a single-parent.

And Get this, a Majority of those in the US living with HIV or AIDS are African-American!

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According to BlackDemographics.com:

AIDS has been an ever growing threat the black community. Once thought of as a gay or drug needle disease, more African Americans are now contracting the HIV virus by heterosexual contact than ever before.   Most of the press has focused on the “down-low” culture as the blame for this. This refers to Black men who live straight lives with a wife and kids but secretly has sex with other men. Although this may be a contributing factor, it is only a small part of the cause.

Unprotected heterosexual sex is still rampant in our community. This is not only true for young teens but is still a factor with older generations. The low marriage rates means there are more black singles of all ages that have multiple sex partners. Even if it is only 3 partners in as many years this could add up to 15-30+ partners in a life time.

Also because of the surge of Black inmates in the prison system during the 90s, many Black men who were imprisoned have been released in the largest numbers ever over the past 10 years. Many of these men who may have practiced homo-sexuality while in the system returned to heterosexual lifestyles once released.

s: http://blackdemographics.com/health-2/hiv-aids/

Now, how does this all link back to the BLM group? Sure, it’s funded by Soros. Sure, it may be a fake cause, but what exactly is the connection here?

Well, Look at it this way, HIV and AIDS cases have erupted within the black community since the year 2000, From many reasons.

One of these Main reasons is the “Down Low”, Which is a slang term for secret Male-to-male relationships or sexual activity between African-American males.

But some of the scariest statistics come from the 2014 HIV / AIDS surveillance report.

Take a look at some:

Other Statistics (That may not be listed here) include that:

  • Most HIV Cases among Blacks come from Male-To-Male sexual intercourse, sometimes accounting for more than 1/3 of all races COMBINED.
  • Blacks account for nearly HALF of HIV and AIDS deaths.
  • Blacks between the ages of 15-34 are more likely than their white counterparts to contract the disease.
  • Highest Infections of HIV of Children 13 and under.

And Many others.

s: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pdf/library/reports/surveillance/cdc-hiv-surveillance-report-us.pdf

Also, In 2014, Gay African America men accounted for the most HIV AIDS diagnoses in 2014, with 38%, Whites were at 31%.

s: http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/group/msm/bmsm.html

According to the same site listed above:

In 2014, an estimated 39% (4,321) of African-American gay and bisexual men diagnosed with HIV were aged 13-24. An estimated 36% (3,995) were aged 25-34; 13% (1,413) were aged 35-44; 9% (989) were aged 45-54; and 4% (486) were aged 55 or older.


Also, The leaders of Black Lives matter are as follows:

According to an NBC article in 2015:

The #blacklivesmatter movement was started on Twitter in 2012 as a call to action in the wake of the George Zimmerman acquittal in the death of Trayvon Martin. Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi, three black activists who also identify as queer, co-founded it.

Mckesson said that it was those collective whispers that began to spread and change the world. He also cited Twitter’s role in spreading the news about 21 transgender women who were murdered this year.

He suggested using those same tools to help more people come together and speak out against injustice in the LGBT community. “I often think that the #blacklivesmatter movement has helped people come out of the quiet about racism in America but the fight for equality and equity is long and it’s not just a fight about a race,” Mckesson said. “It’s a fight about systemic, structural issues that affect so many of us around LGBT issues as well. People like me.”

s: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/activist-deray-mckesson-talks-being-black-gay-n460041

Mckesson also said at his GLAAD speech in 2015, “I stand here as a proud Black gay man.”

In a Huffington Post Article, the article lays out:

Mckesson believes there’s an effort to bridge the racial divides we often see in the LGBT community that mirror the larger racial divides in the country. And he sees Black Lives Matter — focusing on all black lives, including LGBT black lives — as integral to that.

“I think that we’re starting to have these conversations in public in ways that are really important,” he observed. “It’s powerful. We are talking about the complexity of identity. We know that talking about it is just the beginning of the work and that none of this stuff happens quickly. So the fact that we are having these conversations is helping more people to enter into the conversations about queerness and the trans community, and I think that work is actually happening.”

In particular, Mckesson referred to the brutal violence, including police violence, against transgender women of color.

“This is about making sure that blackness in America writ large is protected,” he said. “And we know that the solutions are to benefit so many people, because equity is work that needs to be done across the board.”

s: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/deray-mckesson-gay-black-lives-matter_us_56fd3599e4b0daf53aeee353

You can watch more of the speech that hints at connection BLM to a fight for LGBT rights here:

Considering the Fact that 3 of the BLM founders were Queer, and that McKesson is openly a homosexual, and the fact that the Black Population is succumbing to HIV and AIDS AND the fact that a majority of the LGBT community is made up of African-Americans, It is becoming more clear that Black Lives Matter is not a fight against “Police Brutality and Injustice” But a fight against the Disease and an activist group to raise awareness and protest in order for more LGBT rights.

Deray has also compared BLM to a fight for LGBT rights and privileges on numerous occasions, especially his GLAAD speech in 2015.

This can be proven as many articles online expose the LGBT agenda of BLM as well.

An article from academia.org says it all too well:

Black Lives Matter is “Queer Affirming:” “When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking or, rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual unless s/he or they disclose otherwise.”…

…A Facebook advertisement for Black Lives Matter’s “#SayHerName National Day of Action,” explains,  “On this day, we are standing in solidarity with all Black women (cis and trans), girls, and femmes in efforts to shed light on the abuse that they endure under systems of anti-Black misogyny.”

However, Black Lives Matter does not simply “affirm” sexual deviancy, it actively strives to instigate a cultural revolution to redefine the family: “We are committed to disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, and especially ‘our’ children to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable.”

In addition to harboring an apparent distaste for the family, feminism also pervades the Black Lives Matter movement, with terms including “patriarchy” and “hetero-patriarchy” appearing on the site. One article describes the three founders of Black Lives Matter (Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors) by stating that “…all are U.S.-based black feminists, all are seasoned organizers, Cullors and Garza identify as queer…”

Terms on blacklivesmatter.com like “same-gender-loving” and “gender spectrum” reveal the design-your-own-gender mentality propagated by this movement.

s: http://www.academia.org/black-lives-matters-lgbtq-agenda/

It has become clear that BLM is not the Activist group Blacks are supposedly rooting for, supposedly protecting them from injustice. Instead, It is a pathway to push the hidden LGBT agenda even further. It is the death of the Bill of Rights in order to accommodate and “accept” the LGBT community on their own terms.

This is not an activist group to combat strife, it is an organization to implement radical LGBT views in the Government instead of pushing for Racial reform and change.

When will you people wake up and realize this?