With its blog post, “Standing in solidarity with Black neighbors,” Nextdoor.com is boldly signaling to everyone that it is now officially a Marxist community organizing platform. Say goodbye if you are a freedom loving American because if you don’t, all your freedoms will be lost there.
Here is an excerpt from the 2020 college textbook, “Petition to the Government for a Redress of Grievances: The Edwards Dossier,” by John Stuart Edwards in response to Nextdoor.com “Standing in solidarity with Black neighbors” Blog Post (see below).
“Black Lives Matter is not just a brand. It is a brainwashing instrument for the “woke” to indoctrinate the most vulnerable people in our society – the guilty oppressors and the oppressed. The vast majority of people don’t participate in this madness. The Black Lives Matter brand is very popular and appealing to its worshipers and circumstantial guests. Its militias are well trained and organized and funded and agile. We now know that the Black Lives Matter co-founders are “trained organizers,” and “trained Marxists.” So what do these Marxists want? What is the purpose of their revolution? Could their goal be to educate civilization on how to be civilized?
How Marxism is taught:
Marxism, with the active participation of millions, will usher in a new era in the United States. The great wealth of the U.S. will for the first time be used to benefit all people. Democrat-Socialist party granted rights will be guaranteed and expanded. Racial, gender, and social equality will be the basis of all domestic policies and practices. Foreign policy will be based on mutual respect, peace, and solidarity. Marxism is not a dream but rather a necessity to improve working class people’s lives and ensure the survival of developed human civilization. Only Marxism has the solutions to the problems of capitalism. The working class, the vast majority of the population, will have full political and economic power with Marxism. We, the working people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, need Marxism – a system based on people’s needs, not on corporate greed. A radical critique of capitalism and the vision of Marxism form the basic ideas of the Democrat Party & the ‘Communist Party, USA.’
Marxism is what freedom is up against in 2021. Marxism is slavery in exchange for a false promise of utopia. In the end it is always about the same thing – control and money by elites. And that is why the Black Lives Matter militia wants all history to be erased; it has nothing to do with just the Confederacy. It has to do with erasing all history. Erasing history is the only way history can be repeated. That is why the monuments are being indiscriminately destroyed. It is the action that precedes all insurrections in history, and therefore must be erased. It is insanity allegiance in its purest form.
Americans – you are the majority. You can begin to form yourselves now or forever be under attack as individuals. The ‘Control-US-virus’ is to isolate you. Begin to look for safety in numbers. Don’t be isolated. Reach out. If your home is attacked, have a plan for your safety. As General Flynn said, “2% of the passionate will control 98% of the indifferent 100% of the time if we don’t wake up.” The reason many Americans have a hard time organizing to stop this mass hysteria is because we elect politicians to protect us from criminals. And when the politicians don’t do their jobs, the system breaks down and revolutionaries can attack. Remember, when you hear the words Marxist or Democrat, the system is broken and it won’t fix itself. Fix it now, or be fixed by the mob.”
The writings of John Stuart Edwards are intended to scratch the consciousness of humans to lean toward freedom.
We know that tensions may increase as neighbors across the country discuss the highly anticipated trial of Derek Chauvin, who has been charged with the death of George Floyd. These are difficult topics, and they have a profound impact on our neighborhoods. Nextdoor exists to foster these important conversations in a civil, respectful way. We rely on the words and actions from neighbors like you to make neighborhoods better.
As a reminder, we consider support for the broader Black Lives Matter movement to be relevant nationwide, which means the conversation has been designated as a local issue and permitted in the main feed as long as the posts and comments adhere to our community guidelines. Further, conversations related to the trial and local events to support George Floyd’s memory or his family may be discussed in the main feed in all neighborhoods. We have provided tips to approach discussions with compassion and empathy – note that if conversations become incivil or disrespectful, the entire discussion may be removed or closed.
Today, we are also taking steps to further align our community guidelines and policies with our company values and support for the Black Lives Matter movement. All Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter content is explicitly prohibited when used to undermine racial equality or the Black Lives Matter movement. Support for White Lives Matter is prohibited on Nextdoor.
All conversations on Nextdoor must abide by our community guidelines, and we do not tolerate racism, discrimination, or hate speech of any kind. We have communicated these policies to our community moderators and are committed to removing any content or behavior that violates this policy. We leverage a combination of technology, member reports, and the Nextdoor Neighborhood Operations team of trained specialists to detect and remove content, behavior, and individuals that discriminate or make others feel unwelcome. If you see a post or comment that violates our guidelines, please follow these steps to report it. If you see a post from a member whose behavior is discriminatory or racist, please follow these steps to report the individual.
To reiterate our support for Black neighbors, our solidarity with Black Lives around the world, and with the broader Black Lives Matter movement, we are providing the below list of resources if you would like to learn more or take action:
- Black Lives Matter: blacklivesmatter.com
- NAACP: naacp.org
- Color of Change: colorofchange.org
- Equal Justice Initiative: eji.org
- Southern Poverty Law Center: splcenter.org
- Minnesota ACLU: aclu-mn.org/en/donate
- Minnesota Freedom Fund: minnesotafreedomfund.org/donate
You can also visit Nextdoor’s anti-racism resource hub for more information. We remain committed to building a platform where all feel welcome, safe, and respected.
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