A Chicago-based Communist group blamed for stoking violence in Milwaukee following the police-involved shooting of Sylville Smith claimed they sought to “support a revolution.”
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn blamed members of the Chicago chapter of the Revolutionary Communist Party for turning a peaceful night into a tense one after leading people down several blocks while toppling orange construction barriers in the process.
“The (communist group) showed up, and actually they’re the ones who started to cause problems,” Flynn said at a news conference.
Carl Dix, co-founder of the Revolutionary Communist Party, praised the protests as a “righteous rebellion” and blamed law enforcement for the violence in Milwaukee.
“This system sees police wantonly murdering people as part of the normal order of things,” Dix said, “It’s happened with some regularity in Milwaukee, and the killer cops always get off. People are sick of that.”
Bob Avakian, the founder and current head of the Revolutionary Communist Party, had previously sought to head the faction of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) that became known as the Weather Underground.
The Weathermen, under leader Bill Ayers, waged a campaign of violence in the 1970s to overthrow the United States government.
The global elite fund both Black Lives Matter and communist groups to promote violence and civil unrest, which they will use as justification to impose martial law and implement their far-left agenda.
“If one understands that socialism is not a share-the-wealth program, but is in reality a method to consolidate and control the wealth, then the seeming paradox of superrich men promoting socialism becomes no paradox at all. Instead it becomes the logical, even the perfect tool of power-seeking megalomaniacs. Communism, or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite,” wrote Kurt Nimmo, quoting Gary Allen’s book None Dare Call It Conspiracy.