Disrupting Western family structure no longer among BLM's stated goals as manifesto vanishes from website ahead of US election | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Disrupting Western family structure no longer among BLM's stated goals as manifesto vanishes from website ahead of US election

The Black Lives Matter activism group has deleted a page called "What We Believe" from its website, disappearing such objectives as disrupting the "Western-prescribed nuclear family structure" as the Nov. 3 election nears.
The manifesto was published on BLM's "What We Believe" page at least as long ago as on February 2 but was no longer available as of last Friday. The page is now blank, except for an error message indicating that it can't be found.

BLM gave no explanation for its missing manifesto; nor did it offer a comparable replacement, forcing all those curious about the movement’s goals to go to an “about” page, which, in rather general terms, explains its mission to eradicate white supremacy and "intervene in violence inflicted on black communities.” It does not, however, include a belief, featured in the original manifesto, that “the nuclear family structure” should be consigned to the dustbin of history.

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