Toronto: Black lives Matter terrorist leader warns of a race war

Janaya Khan, “a Black, queer, gender-nonconforming activist, social-justice educator and a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Toronto,” accuses “white supremacy” and “white people” of creating the conditions of a “race war” by systematically oppressing people and using police forces and military to brutalize them.

On July 13, 2016, Janaya Khan posted the following on Facebook:

let’s be clear about some things:

when you make every attempt to eradicate entire populations of people and steal their land

when you steal people, place them on ships and enslave them on said stolen land

when the wealth and economy made by stolen land and stolen labour are then used to keep those populations oppressed, ensuring reserves experience some of the harshest conditions and enslavement mutates into the prison industrial complex

when you create internment camps, indentured labourers, exploitative conditions for migrant workers

when you create policies, legislation and institutions that depend on the exploitation of those populations who are denied access on every socio-economic and political level, who are most vulnerable to state sanctioned violence

and use police forces and military to brutalize those people

and its white supremacy/white people that created, facilitated, directed and benefited from the aforementioned histories and realities…

i’d say those are the conditions of a race war.

not people trying to break free of one.

In an interview to the British NUS (National Union of Students) Black Students, Janaya Khan explained in detail the ideology of Black Lives Matter and its long-run goals.

She is in favour of espousing “non-Police and non-prison base strategies” and working towards “actively demilitarizing the Police.”

Khan’s vision is based on an idea of Black Autonomy and black self-determination and it includes thedeveloping of “our own autonomous communities” which will not need the Police.

She also fended off claims of black on black crime arguing that violence in Black communities is “a result of systemic oppression” by authorities.

Janaya Khan argued that the Orlando massacre, in which a ISIS-inspired devout Muslim murdered 44 people in a gay nightclub (June 12, 2016), “is not Islam” but “a result of centuries old hate” that was “constructed by imperialism.”

She warned that “white supremacy will blame Islam” and “it will use this to further justify inflated military response” in order “to kill Muslims all over the world.”

Blaming Islam is “racism”, according to Khan. “I will call out the racism that blames Islam, Muslims and Black and brown people,” she wrote.

Khan’s statement goes in line with the positin espoused by Black Lives Matter – Toronto, the self proclaimed “coalition of Black Torontonians resisting anti-Black racism, state-sponsored violence, police brutality.”

Black Lives Matter-Toronto exonerated Islam from responsibility of terrorism following the Orlando massacre and identified white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and militarism as the “enemy” and blame these four forces of responsibility for creating terrorism and homophobia.

The enemy is now and has always been the four threats of white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and militarism. These forces and not Islam create terrorism. These forces, and not queerness, create homophobia… Until these systems are defeated, until anti-Blackness no longer fuels anti-Muslim and anti-queer and trans bigotry, exploitation, and exclusion — we can never be truly free,” the posting of Black Lives Matter-Toronto read.

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