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Nobody With Ties To BLM Should Be Near Our Children

Most of us recognized Black Lives Matter as a shadow organization when they dominated the news cycle during the “Summer of Love” in 2020. The members of BLM did not resemble the Hippie Movement of the original Summer of Love in 1967. BLM was a complex con job perpetrated on the American people and government. It was a pyramid-style money-making effort for the few who started and controlled the movement. Still, members of BLM managed to infiltrate many levels of government and remain in office. School boards were a favorite target of these candidates, and they realized how soft and Woke a target our education system was and continues to be. BLM coerced many boards to place their people into DEIJ-related positions. As counselors of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice, these mentors, with their racist and anti-America feelings, have direct contact with impressionable children. This relationship must end.

My hometown of Exeter is a perfect example of the BLM influence. SAU-16 is the administrative body for Exeter and surrounding communities. In 2021, the Seacoast Chapter of Black Lives Matter issued a list of demands for Exeter and other larger towns in New Hampshire’s seacoast area. These demands involved local government, school administration, and the Police Department. Two things of note: why does BLM even have a chapter in any geographic section of New Hampshire, and what gives them the audacity to believe they can make demands on anyone? They got their way with SAU-16, which hired one of BLM’s members/officers for its newly formed DEIJ department. At a time with falling test scores and the town laying off teachers, the SAU hired a man who claimed to be a member of BLM and was openly bi-sexual, according to his biography. I do not have children in this school district, but if I did, I would not want this man to have any contact with them. His life choices and lifestyle are not the influence Exeter’s children would ever need or want. By the way, he was hired at $150,000 a year when the average teacher’s salary in Exeter is about $55,000 yearly.

This week, Black Lives Matter aligned their support with Gaza and Hamas. We have a DEIJ counselor interacting with our children who support a country and terrorist group that believes in the extermination of Jews and is responsible for the death, massacre, rape, and kidnapping of thousands of Israelites on October 7.

It is time for every municipality in this country to review which employees align themselves with BLM. These relationships should be terminated immediately. This action is not discrimination. It is for the security and safety of our children. We would never hire, I would hope, a supporter or member of the KKK. Why would we want anyone with ties to BLM? BLM got their say and way in 2021. It is now time for the residents of Exeter to have ours.

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Ray Cardello

As a lifelong Conservative and resident of New Hampshire, Ray Cardello is positioned to speak with common sense about the happenings of the nation and the region. Conservative View from New Hampshire is Ray’s second blog and podcast effort in 20 years. He has published over 1,000 articles since January 2021, is syndicated on 15 websites, and is published on over 65 sites. Ray is passionate about his writing and sees the Internet as the only way for Conservatives to compete with the mainstream media. Ray claims there will be much to discuss as we move forward and his blog will not focus strictly on Washington but will also delve into State and Local issues as well. There is so much going on and so little factual sources of information to rely on.

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