Black Lives Matter is a prime example of life imitating art

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Valley News - Opinion
George Orwell’s novella ”Animal Farm” is regarded as one of the great books of Western literature. Orwell’s allegory reveals its epiphany when the pigs, symbols of the Communist ruling class, revise it’s seventh commandment from “All animals are equal” to “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”Meanwhile the Marxist-affiliated group, Black Lives Matter, is a prime example of life imitating art. Reports that BLM has $42 million in assets, while going on real estate spending sprees for mansions, stock market purchases and other luxuries, should raise the interest of the IRS and other law enforcement agencies.In the spirit of “Animal Farm,” this greedy, leftist, agitation group should change its motto from ”B
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