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BLM declared terrorist organisation

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BLM declared terrorist organisation

31 May 7528 AM

His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, may the Almighty God bless his reign, gave Imperial Assent to an Act of Senate proposed by HIH Prince Jaroslav Aleksandrovych, which designates the movement Black Lives Matter (BLM) a terrorist organisation.

The Act motivates this designation by BLM's glorification of racism, and involvement in numerous cases of vandalism, looting, and violence. According to the provisions of the Act, Pavlovian subjects who join BLM will have their subjectship revoked latae sententiae, while the subjectship of those who associate with BLM members and supporters may be revoked at the discretion of the Monarch.

When approached by the State Gazette with a request to comment on his reasons to draft the act, HIH Prince Jaroslav said that "in Pavlov, the value of human life is not determined by skin color. Prioritizing black lives over others is an inherently racist approach, which is not welcome in our society. The outbreak of violence, vandalism, and looting is a threat to global security, and the murder of retired black officer David Dorn (a 77 y.o. ex-police officer David Dorn was shot dead in St. Louis on 2 June during the George Floyd protests – SG), uncondemned by BLM, demonstrated that the interests of the black community are not this movement's priority".

Black Lives Matter is an international movement founded in 2013 with a declared aim to fight racism against black people, which returned to the headlines during the George Floyd protests associated with massive looting and violence. The tactics and modus operandi of the BLM have been disavowed by a number of prominent members of the black community, including Dr. Ben Carson, Herman Cain, Candace Owens, among others. Jewish groups and political activists have criticised BLM for alleged antisemitism.