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AMERICA1ST

BLM founder bought a $1.4 million house in a rich, white area of LA.

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

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Reply #1 posted 04/11/21 7:27am

2elijah

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How come you didn’t post any links to that, when there’s so many about it, which also includes other properties she purchased before that one, in diverse communities? Or did this one just stick out to your agenda, because she bought that one in a predominately White community?

I mean if you’re going to try to sell a story or cry ‘foul’ about her, just don’t post half-ass info, post all the info included in the news articles reporting ‘all’ her real estate purchases and what other communities she purchased those properties at.

Yes she will be criticized for purchasing properties in specific communities. That won’t be surprising. We shall see what her explanations/responses will be from the criticism she is receiving from it.
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Reply #2 posted 04/11/21 7:44am

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2elijah said:

How come you didn’t post any links to that, when there’s so many about it, which also includes other properties she purchased before that one, in diverse communities? Or did this one just stick out to your agenda, because she bought that one in a predominately White community? I mean if you’re going to try to sell a story or cry ‘foul’ about her, just don’t post half-ass info, post all the info included in the news articles reporting ‘all’ her real estate purchases and what other communities she purchased those properties at. [Edited 4/11/21 7:29am]

I did not "cry foul" and you can not show where I did. I simply asked a question based on what is out there. There are plenty of stories about this on Google. I did not post one of them so attacking me because you dont like it does not injure me lemon . The question simply invites an exchange of ideas based on what appears to be a blatant and obvious contract in philosophies to many people.

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Reply #3 posted 04/11/21 7:56am

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AMERICA1ST said:



2elijah said:


How come you didn’t post any links to that, when there’s so many about it, which also includes other properties she purchased before that one, in diverse communities? Or did this one just stick out to your agenda, because she bought that one in a predominately White community? I mean if you’re going to try to sell a story or cry ‘foul’ about her, just don’t post half-ass info, post all the info included in the news articles reporting ‘all’ her real estate purchases and what other communities she purchased those properties at. [Edited 4/11/21 7:29am]

I did not "cry foul" and you can not show where I did. I simply asked a question based on what is out there. There are plenty of stories about this on Google. I did not post one of them so attacking me because you dont like it does not injure me. The question simply invites an exchange of ideas based on what appears to be a blatant and obvious contract in philosophies to many people.




https://www.google.com/am...binge/amp/

Calm down, relax, no is attacking you, so no need for the paranoia. comfort

What exactly is it that I don’t like? lol I don’t have a dog in her actions, nor is she a friend of mine, and I never donated a dime to BLM, so nothing to lose here.

I responded to your post. We are usually required to post links to threads created especially, if it’s about a public figure, and news reports written about them, where an OP is asking questions for discussions about it. Don’t be so paranoid. She didn’t just purchase properties in a predominantly White community, but in diverse communities as well, including a supposed purchase in the Bahamas. Yes, most will question where the money is coming from.

Did you not state she is being called a fraud and asked ‘Do you see an issue with this?” in your post? You only mentioned that particular property and not the others which some were not just in predominantly White communities. Carry on. popcorn
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Reply #4 posted 04/11/21 8:01am

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AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

SO?

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Reply #5 posted 04/11/21 8:56am

AMERICA1ST

2elijah said:

AMERICA1ST said:

I did not "cry foul" and you can not show where I did. I simply asked a question based on what is out there. There are plenty of stories about this on Google. I did not post one of them so attacking me because you dont like it does not injure me. The question simply invites an exchange of ideas based on what appears to be a blatant and obvious contract in philosophies to many people.

https://www.google.com/am...binge/amp/ Calm down, relax, no is attacking you, so no need for the paranoia. comfort What exactly is it that I don’t like? lol I don’t have a dog in her actions, nor is she a friend of mine, and I never donated a dime to BLM, so nothing to lose here. I responded to your post. We are usually required to post links to threads created especially, if it’s about a public figure, and news reports written about them, where an OP is asking questions for discussions about it. Don’t be so paranoid. She didn’t just purchase properties in a predominantly White community, but in diverse communities as well, including a supposed purchase in the Bahamas. Yes, most will question where the money is coming from. Did you not state she is being called a fraud and asked ‘Do you see an issue with this?” in your post? You only mentioned that particular property and not the others which some were not just in predominantly White communities. Carry on. popcorn [Edited 4/11/21 8:05am]

You did attack me as you always do because you dont like the hard questions that I post. That is why you never answer them directly but reply with with questions and accusations of things I never said.

Where is this "requirement" to post links? No one dictates requirements to me. You want links - find them your self. If you dont like that, report me and hate on - or avoid my posts altogether. I am not making them any easier.

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Reply #6 posted 04/11/21 9:00am

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PennyPurple said:

AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

SO?

Thanks - always the intelligent retort.... flyingpig

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Reply #7 posted 04/11/21 10:11am

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AMERICA1ST said:

PennyPurple said:

SO?

Thanks - always the intelligent retort.... flyingpig

I'm sure you didn't donate to BLM, so what is it to you?


Can someone of color NOT buy in a white neighborhood? That's the problem you have, you like nobody of color and hate it when they buy into a white neighborhood. You can't stand it!

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Reply #8 posted 04/11/21 10:22am

2elijah

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AMERICA1ST said:



2elijah said:


AMERICA1ST said:


I did not "cry foul" and you can not show where I did. I simply asked a question based on what is out there. There are plenty of stories about this on Google. I did not post one of them so attacking me because you dont like it does not injure me. The question simply invites an exchange of ideas based on what appears to be a blatant and obvious contract in philosophies to many people.



https://www.google.com/am...binge/amp/ Calm down, relax, no is attacking you, so no need for the paranoia. comfort What exactly is it that I don’t like? lol I don’t have a dog in her actions, nor is she a friend of mine, and I never donated a dime to BLM, so nothing to lose here. I responded to your post. We are usually required to post links to threads created especially, if it’s about a public figure, and news reports written about them, where an OP is asking questions for discussions about it. Don’t be so paranoid. She didn’t just purchase properties in a predominantly White community, but in diverse communities as well, including a supposed purchase in the Bahamas. Yes, most will question where the money is coming from. Did you not state she is being called a fraud and asked ‘Do you see an issue with this?” in your post? You only mentioned that particular property and not the others which some were not just in predominantly White communities. Carry on. popcorn [Edited 4/11/21 8:05am]

You did attack me as you always do because you dont like the hard questions that I post. That is why you never answer them directly but reply with with questions and accusations of things I never said.



Where is this "requirement" to post links? No one dictates requirements to me. You want links - find them your self. If you dont like that, report me and hate on - or avoid my posts altogether. I am not making them any easier.

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Omg.. this is hilarious falloff I don’t waste time reporting nonsense. You sound like the boy who cried wolf playing victim everytime someone responds to your posts, and you don’t like their answers. You accuse them of attacking you, if they dare request a link (providing links to a topic is part of the forum rules) or question your opinions/or challenge it. You ask for our opinions and then cry about it.

Seriously, what’s the point of creating a thread requesting opinions of others, if you don’t want responses that may not agree with yours? You may as well answer your own questions.

You just can’t make this isht up. falloff popcorn
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Reply #9 posted 04/11/21 11:52am

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If she has the money, she can do whatever she wants with it. But it does make you wonder what being a "trained Marxist" means. Marx was all about the class struggle, right? Not much of a class struggle here. So I guess being a trained Marxist means: take the money and do well for yourself. In other words: being a trained Marxist means being a capitalist.
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Reply #10 posted 04/11/21 1:57pm

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AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

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TRANSLATION: Patrisse Cullors is not true to the game? hmmm

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Reply #11 posted 04/11/21 3:34pm

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AMERICA1ST said:

PennyPurple said:

SO?

Thanks - always the intelligent retort.... flyingpig

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I agree, it is an intelligent response.

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There is no link between the facts and question.

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She bought a house that is below the median price for the area: "What is the median home price in Topanga Canyon? Homes for sale in Topanga Canyon have a median listing price of $1.78M". It is not much above the median price for LA, whereas other areas are millions over the median LA price.

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There is nothing in seeking an end to systemic racism as shown by disparate violence by the police and treatment by the criminal justice based on race that says people who support BLM cannot buy a house.

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There is nothing in left wing politics that says people of that race must live in their areas, not ours.

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There is nothing to fear in peaceful activitists being trained by people from their side of politics - the fear should come from those trained in violence and terrorism by their side of politics (be they left or right) - and we all know your side has been responsible for 3 quarters of this.

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Reply #12 posted 04/12/21 5:30am

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Good for her, now her supporters will see that she's corrupt but hey we need that from the beginning the entire narrative is corrupt and false.
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Reply #13 posted 04/12/21 5:42am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Good for her, now her supporters will see that she's corrupt but hey we need that from the beginning the entire narrative is corrupt and false.

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As ever your understanding of the law is seriously deficient. It is not corrupt to buy a house.

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That you think it is probably why you think that people who want to see an end to the race based systemic violence in the police and criminal justice system must be corrupt and false.

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TonyVanDam said:

AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

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TRANSLATIONS: Patrisse Cullors is not true to the game? hmmm

the family of Tamir Rice and the father of Eric Garner were calling out Tameka Mallory and blm for the same thing on Twitter a month ago

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Reply #15 posted 04/12/21 6:28am

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AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

I find it hard to reconcile something as vague as BLM with the specifics of Marx. I'm sure individual people who identify as part of BLM are into Marx but I have little idea about Patrisse Cullors, who seems to fall into the standard liberal think-tank activist mold, talking in platitudes and feel-good rhetoric rather than than with specific demands. Glancing through her website it's all very glossy and marketing heavy, I dunno. Happy to be corrected about her.

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Reply #16 posted 04/12/21 7:19am

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All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #17 posted 04/12/21 11:47am

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BLM Co-Founder Buys $1.4 Million Dollar Home in LA Hills!


https://youtu.be/2gV19SstJcI

Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors purchased a $1.4 million dollar home in the hills of Los Angeles through a corporate entity. Cullors is originally from Los Angeles and her spouse, Janaya Khan, is from Toronto....

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Reply #18 posted 04/12/21 12:42pm

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Anthony Brian Logan, really?? lol

Jimmy Dore has a house about that price and he is a darling of the far left. Houses in California start at 800 thou, basic houses.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #19 posted 04/12/21 2:04pm

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Anthony Brian Logan, really?? lol

Jimmy Dore has a house about that price and he is a darling of the far left. Houses in California start at 800 thou, basic houses.

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But you are not seeing the big picture - She bought a house in her home town with her spouse.

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I say Good for Them

Unless it can be proven that they were embezzling funds from any organization that are affiliated with, or obtained that money through any sort of illegal means, I don't see a problem.

What somebody does with their money is THEIR BUSINESS...

And isn't home ownership the "American dream " ? What's the problem

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Reply #21 posted 04/12/21 2:06pm

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NONE of these are right-leaning sources:

https://news.yahoo.com/blm-official-calls-investigation-founder-114017918.html

https://nypost.com/2021/04/10/marxist-blm-leader-buys-1-4-million-home-in-ritzy-la-enclave/

https://www.vladtv.com/article/271303/blm-official-calls-for-investigation-after-founder-spends-32m-on-four

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/apr/10/black-lives-matters-patrisse-cullors-ripped-for-bu/

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/blm-founder-is-branded-a-fraud-after-buying-a-2414-million-home/ar-BB1fv0Zw

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Reply #22 posted 04/12/21 2:08pm

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AMERICA1ST said:

The 37-year-old co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, bought a $1.4 million, 2,400 square foot house in Topanga Canyon, where 88 percent of the population is white and less than 2 percent is black.

She is being called a fraud for this. Do you see any isse with this and Marxism (she has described herself as a "trained Marxist") or the philosophy of BLM?

I find it hard to reconcile something as vague as BLM with the specifics of Marx. I'm sure individual people who identify as part of BLM are into Marx but I have little idea about Patrisse Cullors, who seems to fall into the standard liberal think-tank activist mold, talking in platitudes and feel-good rhetoric rather than than with specific demands. Glancing through her website it's all very glossy and marketing heavy, I dunno. Happy to be corrected about her.

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She identified herself as a "trained Marxist"

https://nypost.com/2020/06/25/blm-co-founder-describes-herself-as-trained-marxist/

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Reply #23 posted 04/12/21 2:13pm

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jjhunsecker said:

I say Good for Them


Unless it can be proven that they were embezzling funds from any organization that are affiliated with, or obtained that money through any sort of illegal means, I don't see a problem.


What somebody does with their money is THEIR BUSINESS...


And isn't home ownership the "American dream " ? What's the problem


Yep, Just another thing for righties to find an excuse to complain about, because she’s associated with BLM.
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Reply #24 posted 04/12/21 2:49pm

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2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said:

I say Good for Them

Unless it can be proven that they were embezzling funds from any organization that are affiliated with, or obtained that money through any sort of illegal means, I don't see a problem.

What somebody does with their money is THEIR BUSINESS...

And isn't home ownership the "American dream " ? What's the problem

Yep, Just another thing for righties to find an excuse to complain about, because she’s associated with BLM.

Exactly. And they can't prove that she stole that money, or cheated anybody to get it.

So it's a big nothingburger

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IanRG said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Good for her, now her supporters will see that she's corrupt but hey we need that from the beginning the entire narrative is corrupt and false.

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As ever your understanding of the law is seriously deficient. It is not corrupt to buy a house.

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That you think it is probably why you think that people who want to see an end to the race based systemic violence in the police and criminal justice system must be corrupt and false.



the Law? where did I mention any aspects of the law? it is not that she bought a house that proves she is corrupt...

as to the 2nd part: that is all just garbage. I've never suggested anything like that?

Oh and please learn how to post here... why all the 'periods' between parts?

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jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said: Yep, Just another thing for righties to find an excuse to complain about, because she’s associated with BLM.

Exactly. And they can't prove that she stole that money, or cheated anybody to get it.

So it's a big nothingburger

stole? I never suggest she stole it...

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Reply #27 posted 04/12/21 4:00pm

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jjhunsecker said:

I say Good for Them

Unless it can be proven that they were embezzling funds from any organization that are affiliated with, or obtained that money through any sort of illegal means, I don't see a problem.

What somebody does with their money is THEIR BUSINESS...

And isn't home ownership the "American dream " ? What's the problem


who said anything about embezzling? or Illegal means?

you and others seem to be very confused... it is okay I grant you a full pardon!

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My post is pretty clear... I don’t know how anyone with a reasonable amount of intelligence could misunderstand it
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Reply #29 posted 04/12/21 4:17pm

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My post is pretty clear... I don’t know how anyone with a reasonable amount of intelligence could misunderstand it

Ahhh. so you were not indirectly referring to me? If you were not I apologize SOME did and made up a falsehood that I suggested a crime was committed or that a law was broken. I did not.


but I will call you out and correct you in that it need not be proven that she broke any laws to see she is corrupt.

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