Marxist Co-Founder Of BLM Spends Over $3M On Real Estate

Patrisse Khan-Cullors the confounded of ‘Black Lives Matter’ claims that she is a Marxist, and that she believes in the Marxian ideology. 

Cullors however, does not follow the principles that she preaches. Some of the foundational tenants of Marxism are “from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs” and the abolition of private property. 

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The activist derives much of her money from books, and a content deal with “Warner Bros” Television group. 

Cullors most recently purchased a $1.4 million home in Malibu, LA on a secluded road. The property was purchased through a corporate entity that she owns. This is one of 3 homes that Cullors owns in the LA area according to public record, the New York Post reported. 

Last year, Cullors and her wife purchased a home in Georgia on 3.2 acres. The property features an aircraft hangar with an apartment above it and access to a communal air strip. (This is not what Marx had in mind when he talked about common or shared property.) 

The house is close by to Atlanta, has 3 bedrooms and was the purchased for $415,000.

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In 2016, she purchased a $510,000 home in Inglewood. In 2018, she paid $590,000 for a home in south Los Angeles. Three of the homes were purchased in Cullors name, while the Malibu home was purchased under her LLC according to the Post

Cullors has also been spotted scouting properties in the Bahamas.

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Odd that a Marxist would live this way. It would seem Cullors has effectively transformed herself into a member of the Bourgeoisie through the exploitation of emotion. 

She did her best to rile others up and make them feel as though they were already being exploited, and then she stepped in and did the exploiting. She walked out the other side with her pockets lined and richer than she could have ever imagined. 

It would be assumed, that if Cullors truly was a Marxist, and Truly believed in what she preached, $3 million could have been better invested in struggling communities, rather than several homes in the same city.


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