Alicia Garza, Co-founder of Black Lives Matter (left)

A Co-founder of the black supremacist and racist organization known as Black Lives Matter said that ANTIFA is not an organization, but is a tactic. She said this in a speech at UC Berkeley in October 2017. She also mentioned black bloc (wearing black to conceal identity) which you must familiarize yourself with here (or elsewhere) for this all to make sense.

So, is ANTIFA an organization, a tactic or perhaps both? Whatever it is, Garza thinks it is a violent tactic that can be used apparently even against the innocent of any race.

As for ANTIFA’s role in the George Floyd protests that in most cases turned into riots, it is proven by video that those using ANTIFA tactics are of more than one race. It is quite possible that she is saying that Black Lives Matter uses ANTIFA tactics or is in fact part of ANTIFA. It is clear that she approves of these violent tactics.

A link between Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA has now appeared in a new Project Veritas video where it shows an ANTIFA meeting taking place in a building with the words “Black Lives Matter” painted on the windows.

Watch Garza give her comments in the video below:

Video is 1 minute 10 seconds

Here is what Garza said in the video, excerpted in the text below:

“I know people are talking about… ‘ANTIFA and we can’t be ANTIFA.’ (This is what Garza says people say to her.) Listen, we need to be anti-fascist. Full stop. Full stop. ANTIFA, black bloc, those things are tactics they’re not formations, (organizations) they’re tactics. So, if you’re going to be against something I want you to know what you’re against. You’re against a tactic. Not an organization. Not a group of people. A tactic. An approach. Fine, not everybody’s got to do the same thing. But, don’t get caught in the whirlpool that is their (As Alicia Garza puts it: the right, white people, neo-fascists) nonsense where they paint us into a corner yelling at each other, ‘is it free speech or is hate speech, should we be violent or nonviolent.’ (This is what Garza says people say to her.) Hello. People are dying. People are dying. So, do whatever makes you feel comfortable, but make sure that what you’re doing is effective at stopping racial terror, racial violence and white supremacy. Full stop.”

– Alicia Garza, Co-founder of Black Lives Matter



More you should know about Racism:

Racism and race supremacy are condemned in the 1st Commandment as idolatry.  If anyone counsels that the race they belong to cannot have racists in it, then that person is a racist, an idolator and are out of communion with God.

A source for the Catholic position on Racism is from the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) where it is written in context of the First Commandment – You shall worship the Lord your God and Him only shall you serve:

CCC 2113 “Idolatry not only refers to false pagan worship. It remains a constant temptation to faith. Idolatry consists in divinizing what is not God. Man commits idolatry whenever he honors and reveres a creature in place of God, whether this be gods or demons (for example, satanism), power, pleasure, RACE, ancestors, the state, money, etc. Jesus says, “You cannot serve God and mammon.” Many martyrs died for not adoring “the Beast” refusing even to simulate such worship. Idolatry rejects the unique Lordship of God; it is therefore incompatible with communion with God.”


  • You can watch the full video here. The remarks above start at 1:15:25 mark.
  • To watch the full context previous to the excerpt above where Garza talks about the right, white people, neo-fascists click here. The remarks start at 1:12:25

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