A recent Islamic terrorist propaganda video presumably released by al-Qaeda affiliate al-Shabaab focuses extensively on pushing the neo-Marxist and anti-American narrative of the Black Lives Matter movement and its left-wing allies in the media and Democratic Party.

Showing clips of black rioters in Ferguson and Baltimore, the video frames America as a deeply racist society while simultaneously calling for blacks to convert to Islam. America is alleged to be waging a war against blacks, the video warns, and it will soon come for Muslims.

The narrator of the video references “institutionalized racism,” “social and historical injustice,” “disproportionate incarceration,” “white supremacy,” while inviting blacks to convert to Islam.

“To the millions of oppressed black people living in the United States, however, there is an alternative. That alternative is Islam.”

“To the millions of oppressed black people living in the United States, however, there is an alternative. That alternative is Islam.”

- ISIS propaganda video

The video also features Malcolm X deriding America as a nation founded on racism. As a photograph of the late Michael Brown is shown, Malcolm X’s is heard saying, “We were in a racist society.”

Video of Rodney King being beaten by Los Angeles police officers is also shown.

“As long as you’re black you will be always be considered subhuman, as your forefathers were, and thus inferior to the white man, who’s determined to maintain a system of white supremacy,” says the video’s narrator.

“To the millions of oppressed black people living in the United States, however, there is an alternative. That alternative is Islam.”

Following Hillary Clinton’s false claim that Donald Trump’s statements were being used by ISIS in propaganda videos to recruit Muslims to the cause of Islamic terrorism, left-wing media aggressively searched for evidence to shield its preferred candidate.

No attribution for the inspiration of Islamic terrorists, implied or otherwise, has been put forward by left-wing media in response to the featuring of President Barack Obama, John Kerry, or Joe Biden.

Left-wing media neglected to mention that its own narrative of America as a deeply racist country in which black youth were regularly killed without justification by white police officers - sanctioned by top Democrats - was endorsed by Islamic terrorists.

Attempting to entice Carly Fiorina to credit Donald Trump with the “radicalization” of Muslims towards supporting Islamic terrorism, CNN’s Dana Bash asked the former Hewlett-Packard CEO to comment on the billionaire’s appearance in the Islamist propaganda video.

“No one is responsible for ISIS ideology,” replied Fiorina, opting not to take the bait.

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H/T Sam Prince at Heavy