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US BLM helps nonprofit purchase the former headquarters of the Communist Party of Canada

There is a strange story coming out of the US that the American-based Black Lives Matter (BLM) organization allegedly helped a Canadian organization, M4BJ, purchase the former headquarters of the Communist Party of Canada located in Toronto, Ontario.

The old mansion, which is considered a heritage site, was purchased for $6.3 million.

The Blaze writes:

M4BJ, a Toronto-based non-profit set up by Janaya Khan and other Canadian activists, snagged the 10,000 square foot historic property for the equivalent of $6.3 million in cash in July 2021,” the New York Post reported, noting that it had reviewed Toronto property records. The outlet reported that Black Lives Matter “transferred millions” to the M4BJ charity.

Coincidentally, Khan is the wife of Patrisse Khan-Cullors – a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Cullors – a self-described “trained Marxist” –resigned from the Black Lives MatterGlobal Network Foundation in May after weeks of criticism surrounding the purchase of high-end real estate properties.

This has many within the US organization wondering who is calling the shots in the BLM.

Fox News writes:

The purchase of the Toronto mansion, which is also called Wildseed Centre for Art and Activism, drew criticism from within the organization.

For BLM Canada to take money from BLM Global Network [Foundation] for a building without consulting the community was unethical,” Canadian BLM activists Sarah Jama and Sahra Soudi recently said. “For BLM Canada to refuse to answer questions from young Black organizers goes against the spirit of movement-building.”

READ: Report: Black Lives Matter sent millions to charity that bought mansion that was formerly Communist Party of Canada headquarters. Questions surface about who controls BLM’s $60M war chest. AND BLM transferred millions to Canadian charity to buy mansion formerly owned by Communist Party: report

Of course, the interest in the former headquarters of Canada’s Communist Party, may have deeper roots:

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