posted on Sep, 28 2017 @ 09:33 PM
I don't think BLM itself is an actual structured organization with chairman, CEO, headmasters, grand wizards, board of directors or incorporated as a
trust, LLC, NGO, 501, or other type of commercial entity.
I think it is literally a hash tag and people in individual communities that rally support for the cause. If there is no return address, there is
nothing to sue. You can only sue the individuals who may incite a crowd at a particular demonstration.
The money from these grants are not going to a central structure. They have people actively working with the individuals involved with this hashtag,
and the money is given to them.
It goes like this:
A rep of Soros's OSF "hi this is Satan's minions, we hear from our scouts that you are pissed off about stuff and are getting loud in public is this
correct? Wonderful news, we love to support trouble makers to stir # up as a way to piss people off, can we send you a few hundred pre-paid debit
cards to get more angry people yelling in public??? Bonuses if you smash police cruisers or burn local businesses down.
Poor dumb schmuck not realizing they are being co-opted: "#, you had me at smash police cruisers!! Hey everybody, they gonna pay us to break # and
smashpolice cars!!" and the crowd goes wild!
But there is no return address for #BLM so it cannot be sued. Find the incident, sue that coordinator. Should be easy enough to stick em with inciting