Soros Operative Confirms in New York Times Op/Ed That Black Lives Matter Does, In Fact, Want to Abolish the Police

A Soros-funded operative recently penned an op/ed in the New York Times confirming that Black Lives Matter activists do, as a matter of fact, want to abolish the police.

Mariame Kaba, a left-wing activist who tries to get criminals freed from prison, received a Justice Fellowship from the Open Society Foundations, which is the most prominent of Soros’ many political fronts. They describe Kaba as an outstanding individual “to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.”

Kaba wrote an op/ed titled, “Yes, We Mean Literally Abolish the Police,” that was published in the Times on Friday.

“So when you see a police officer pressing his knee into a black man’s neck until he dies, that’s the logical result of policing in America. When a police officer brutalizes a black person, he is doing what he sees as his job,” Kaba wrote in her anti-police article.

“I’ve been advocating the abolition of the police for years. Regardless of your view on police power — whether you want to get rid of the police or simply to make them less violent — here’s an immediate demand we can all make: Cut the number of police in half and cut their budget in half,” she continued.

Although Kaba wants to abolish the police, she is willing to settle for law enforcement being defanged through left-wing reforms that will effectively give the streets to the criminals.

“We need to change our demands. The surest way of reducing police violence is to reduce the power of the police, by cutting budgets and the number of officers,” she wrote.

“But don’t get me wrong. We are not abandoning our communities to violence. We don’t want to just close police departments. We want to make them obsolete,” Kaba added.

Kaba made it clear that she does not want to get rid of police to reduce the power of government. Instead, she wants police funds to be redirected into socialist give-away programs to grease the skids toward America becoming a third-world multicultural banana republic.

“People like me who want to abolish prisons and police, however, have a vision of a different society, built on cooperation instead of individualism, on mutual aid instead of self-preservation,” she wrote.

“What would the country look like if it had billions of extra dollars to spend on housing, food and education for all? This change in society wouldn’t happen immediately, but the protests show that many people are ready to embrace a different vision of safety and justice,” she added.

Soros-funded activists like Kaba are openly calling for an abolition of the police through their Black Lives Matter terror front, and virtually all of polite society is now kowtowing to this anti-American agenda.

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