Black Lives Matter founder overjoyed her book is compared to Mao’s ‘Little Red Book’ in unearthed video

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors once was ecstatic that a book she was promoting was compared to the “Little Red Book” by Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong, one of the most notorious mass murderers in history.

The unearthed video reportedly shows Cullors delivering a speech in Detroit during a United States Social Forum panel in 2010. Cullors, who would have been about 26 years old at the time, was one of five speakers who were “launching a movement-building conversation” and “building anti-racist, anti-imperialist politics in working-class communities of color.”

In the video resurfaced by the National Pulse, Cullors promotes the book titled, “The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory.” Cullors, who has described herself as a “trained Marxist,” said the radical left-wing organizing book was comparable to the “Little Red Book,” a collection of 427 quotes from Mao released during China’s Cultural Revolution to spread propaganda about communism, socialism, Marxism, Leninism, and class struggle.