The united KINGDOM Black Lives matters campaign last night in the face of increasingly asked to reveal the identity of his secret officers, and to detail how it will spend 1 million pounds of donations.
Some of the supporters asked for greater transparency in the midst of the criticism of the far-Left political agenda, which includes tearing down the capitalism, the abolition of the police and the closure of prisons.
Black Life Matters united KINGDOM has been propelled to significance in recent weeks following a series of demonstrations triggered by the death of George Floyd in the united states and a campaign to tear down the statues of figures connected to slavery or colonization.
The group protests, influenced by the AMERICAN anti-racism of the organization of the same name, have led to some public figures, including the leader of the Sir Keir Starmer, and Alan Pughsley, the chief constable of Kent Police, to take the knee ” in a sign of solidarity. Last week the Premier League, the football players wore shirts with Black Lives Matters instead of their names.
Musician Megaman (photo), whose real name is Dwayne Vincent, and that was one of the founding members of the hip – hop group so Solid Crew, wrote on Twitter: “We need to know who is running this & their names. I hope they do what is right’
And in a little over a fortnight, more than 33,000 people have made an online donation to BLM in the UK page GoFundMe, with the amount raised last night topping£ 1 million. But the huge sum of money has fueled calls for the group to reveal more about those who are behind the campaign and for more details about what they are going to do with it.
BLM united KINGDOM is supposed to have a “core” leadership of the ten activists but their identities remain largely hidden because they say that their security is threatened. The only person to be appointed is over the age of 30 years, founding member Joshua Virasami.
Musician Megaman, real name Dwayne Vincent, and that was one of the founding members of the hip – hop group so Solid Crew, wrote on Twitter: “We need to know who is running this & their names. I hope they do what is right.’
He added: “We are not against the people who are trying to capitalize and make good things out of the crowd. But you shouldn’t hide who you are, you should be as vocal as the rest of them and show a point of contact for credible [people] for you to join for a reasonable conversation/dialogue.’
Chelsea Kwakye, a graduate of the University of Cambridge, who co-wrote a book on the lack of diversity in education, wrote on Twitter: “trying to do my due diligence on the UK BLM – what will they do with the funds, who is behind all this and why is there not a web site? (all real questions). Someone knows? Would be good to know what I’m donating to.’
The only person to be appointed is over the age of 30 years, founding member Joshua Virasami (on the photo)
In a little over a fortnight, more than 33,000 people have made an online donation to BLM in the UK page GoFundMe, with the amount raised last night topping £ 1 million
Another Twitter user added: “I have been asking these same questions. Many of the funds have been raised, but to who? Who are [the] the faces behind BLM organizations, what are the plans for the community? A lot of questions are now asked just a little too late.’
The comments came as BLM protesters yesterday gathered for a third weekend of demonstrations in London, which have been peaceful.
During this time, there is more opposition to the ‘Marxist’ policy agenda of the campaign, including far-Left is committed to the end of capitalism and the abolition of the police.
“We are guided by a desire to dismantle imperialism, capitalism, white-supremacy, patriarchy and the structures of the state that disproportionately affect black people in Britain and in the world,” a statement on the BLM of the united states of the page GoFundMe. The organization’s Twitter account has also confirmed the complete closure of all of Britain’s prisons and detention centres.
The political commentator and writer Esther Krakue, 24, said last night: “It is so obvious that they are trying to peddle a completely independent of the calendar, and label it as something meant to help black people.’
Black Life Matters united KINGDOM was formed in 2016 by a group of Left-wing activists, including Virasami. It is not listed as an official “chapter” of the united states, but it has been approved by Patrisse Cullors, one of the three of US founders
Black Life Matters united KINGDOM was formed in 2016 by a group of Left-wing activists, including Virasami. It is not listed as an official “chapter” of the united states, but it has been approved by Patrisse Cullors, one of the three of US founders.
The BRITISH group fundraising page lists a string of vague spending commitments, including the development of educational resources ” and ” healing practices in black communities.’ He says he will provide “emergency relief” to black communities hit by the coronavirus and the support to the families and friends of those killed in the hands of the British police’.
Its leaders have decided not to register the organisation as a charity, which will see its governance and expenditure overseen by the Charity Commission. In a statement at the beginning of this month, the group said that becoming a charity would not allow that “freedom and flexibility” to do his political work. He said that the hostility of far-Right groups ” is a real threat to our security “, adding: “While the organization and the process plans for the fund will soon be shared, we thank you for your patience, but can not compromise our security at this time.’
The statement continues: “None of the funds will be affected until the distribution plans are made accessible to the public, including a few of the many deserving campaigns and organizations, we’re going to support initially. All the transactions made from the account will be released to the public in a spirit of transparency.’
BLM united KINGDOM has not responded to a request for comment.