The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement holds as one of its goals the destruction of the nuclear family structure that has founded Western civilization.

While it is noteworthy that the page containing this BLM goal was deleted, the movement has not commented on changing its doctrine regarding the disintegration of the usual family nucleus.

“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable,” read the now-deleted page, according to the Washington Examiner on Sept. 21.

The BLM movement is linked to Marxism based on the statements made by its co-founder Patrisse Cullors about the ideology they follow and the training they have received. “I really think we have an ideological framework,” Cullors said. “We are trained Marxists,” she added in an interview in 2015.

On the other hand, the leader of this “anti-racist” movement, Yusra Khogali, expressed her hatred of whites in her social media comments, which also disappeared.

BLM has been involved in most of the riots that have plagued nearly 140 cities, causing death and destruction of citizen property and damage to federal property.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and the Democrats have supported the BLM, going so far as to donate money to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to pay the bails of BLM protesters arrested during the violent riots.

Moreover, BLM members remain essential to the Democrats, as they persist in promoting unrest even after the election, as stated by Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

Likewise, for self-proclaimed Marxist activist Angela Davis, the BLM and Antifa’s violent demonstrations are simply the first stages of a broader left “revolution,” according to Neon Nettle.

A revolution that advances goals such as the destruction of the family, initially outlined.

While the BLM captured the attention of citizens at one point, it faded among whites and continues to decline.

For the White Independents, acceptance of the movement also showed a dramatic drop, from net support of 23 percent in early June to a net 5 percent on Aug. 31.