Written by Mikaprok, originally published on his blog; translated by Mona Lita exclusively for SouthFront.
“THE BIG PREMIER”
Anyone in the slightest degree familiar with the realities of modern social movements comes up with the question – who pays for the luxurious existence of such characters in modern drama as the leader of BLM Patrice Cullors?
Not abstractly “pays the bills” – we know that taxes on a trendy article are paid by almost all public corporations in the United States, and whoever does not surrender is subject to obstruction from local Democratic Party cells. You are not walking step in step, comrades!
Exactly who pays through the checkout window? With the childlike spontaneity of direct contractual relations for ideological services?
There cannot be many such people, on the fingers of one hand (of Boris Yeltsin) is enough.
Here’s how the IRS explains what is happening with three non-binary BLM leaders.
Ms. Cullors regularly speaks at higher educational institutions as a “professor”, but she does this not at the rate of a teacher, but as an invited expert.
A couple of hours of speaking on Zoom for the University of Florida cost $ 10,000. In total there are more than 300 hours of speeches for 2020 alone and only what gets into the objective of the press. The option of compensation payments in advance for a larger number of engagements is not excluded.
She does this on behalf of the “Dignity and Power Now” organization, which, in a word, fights against police brutality throughout the country.
An event called ComplexCon was created for Patrice, which she oversees. What she specifically does is not clear, but the event itself bears the proud subtitle “global art show”.
She was also appointed to oversee the staging of an adidas ad campaign.
Ms. Cullors has a relationship with Disney TV that is again in the vague status as she is working on Good Trouble and The Bold and the Beautiful. The name on the sign should be enough.
Next comes a contract with another giant Warner Brothers, according to which the Marxist is obliged to help write scripts (treat them with her rich content).
Who exactly provided her with such a representation and according to American and universal standards, in such a short time?
A couple of years ago, the largest Hollywood agency CAA announced the signing of an agreement with Patrice Callors. Now, wherever there is a call for an uprising of the masses, there is a price tag for the services of professional activists led by the fury of social justice.
CAA operates everywhere, including sports, television, Hollywood, PC games and real-life events. In fact, the door to Narnia’s popularity was wide open.
What’s interesting here is the continuation of the story with the rest of the BLM’s founding pair. Alicia Garza signed an agreement with another large agency – ICM.
The third member of the mighty bunch, Opal Tometi, went down a path with another agency, WME.
In the very near future, they will all appear in episodic roles of shows on streaming services, in major film premieres and represent the future of major festivals.
Firstly, the agency outline provides a commission from 10 to 20 % for services, and secondly, the alienation of all rights to trade in a person in favor of organizations and / or communities where the holy trinity appears.
But their priorities are also not forgotten, providing real estate in Los Angeles and star status.
In fact, since 2019, we have been dealing with a $ 1-2 billion Hollywood project BLM. Taking into account all that will be taken out for taxes, the amount left isn’t so crazy.
The COP is closer to ONE than ever before.
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