A list of controversial platform elements has been removed from the official Black Lives Matter web site. 

The page called “What We Believe” pledged, among other Marx-inspired policies, the disruption of the nuclear family. This plank did not play well to some BLM-targeted demographics, and it received an inordinate amount of negative coverage.

Rather than defend their positions, BLM simply removed the offensive page and replaced it with a simpler, stripped-down “About” page—hoping no one would notice. Predictably, the clandestine removal has garnered much undesired attention.

So that history is not effectively erased, an archived graphic version of the “What We Believe” page is presented below:

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Rob Schilling is founder of the multi-award-winning Schilling Show Blog and News, proprietor of Schilling Show Media; host of both the Schilling Show Unleashed Podcast and WINA's The Schilling Show heard weekdays at noon; husband; father; worship leader, Christian recording artist and Community Watchdog.


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