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New Black Panther Field Marshal: Whites ‘Should be Thankful We’re Not Hanging Crackers By Nooses…Yet, Yet, Yet’According to National Field Marshal for the New Black Panthers King Samir Shabazz:
“I love white-on white-crime, because that is the best crime.”
“I hate the g*ddamn white man, woman, and child, grandma, aunt, uncle, Pappa Billy Bob, and whoever else.”
“You should be thankful we’re not running around here hanging crackers by nooses and all that kind of stuff — yet, yet, yet”
He has a “wet dream about killing the g*ddamn cracker.”
“We don’t allow faggots and lesbians” in the New Black Panther Army
Envisions a world where every black person is “ready to bang on this cracker”
Wants to take over neighborhoods “block by block” so “crackers…or even the developer” would be scared to come into them
“We’re taught to send this cracker to the cemetery… so kiss ‘em goodbye”
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/new-black-panther-field-marshal-whites-should-be-thankful-were-not-hanging-crackers-by-nooses-yet-yet-yet/According to National Field Marshal for the New Black Panthers King Samir Shabazz:... more
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting and the ensuing media circus, a new beast has reared its ugly head – this time in the form of media disinformation and race-baiting reports threatening to propel America in the direction of a new race war.
On Saturday April 7th, journalist Michael Miller’s Miami New Times blog clumsily ran with a report entitled,“Armed Neo-Nazis Now Patrolling Sanford, Say They Are “Prepared” for Post-Trayvon Martin”.
The Miami New Times report claims that National Socialist Movement’s mascot, Jeff Schoep, dubbed “The Hollywood Nazi” because of his adherence to TV stereotypes, is leading armed Neo-Nazi patrols of Sanford, Florida to protect white residents from black violence. But there’s only one problem – it isn’t actually happening
Infowars.com contacted the Sanford Police Department on Sunday, looking for confirmation on the Miami News Times story, but according to the department’s office of public information, “We can confirm there have been no reports of any Neo-Nazi, or armed Neo-Nazi patrols in Sanford.”
The Miami New Times have since updated their article to retract their earlier reports of armed Neo-Nazi patrols in Sanford.
Where there are racial extremists, expect to find the Southern Poverty Law Center(SLPC) nearby. In this instance, the SPLC seemed to be perfectly synchronized with the release of the Miami New Times claims, running their own story touting this latest news, warning Florida residents that:
“The neo-Nazi, National Socialist Movement (NSM) has announced that it will be conducting patrols in Seminole County, Fla., to protect “local citizens from the area who are concerned for the safety of their families.” The group says it is prepared for “racial violence” in the Sanford area, where the Martin shooting occurred, and that is has been “contacted by dozens of local citizens” supposedly seeking protection…In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting and the ensuing media circus, a new beast... more
The Oct 22 coalition held a rally against police and government oppression in Los Angeles.
@hoodnewsThe Oct 22 coalition held a rally against police and government oppression in Los... more
An interview that would never happen today - at all.
A good article on both sides of the second amendment gun control debate.
Obviously, the 2nd Amendment is going to play very heavily in the 2012 debate with the possibility of a total financial collapse on the horizon, anti-2nd Amendment groups are likely to try and capitalize on that in the unfortunate event that it happens.
It was May 2, 1967, and the Black Panthers’ invasion of the California statehouse launched the modern gun-rights movement. On the west lawn of the state capitol in Sacramento 30 young black men and women [arrived] carrying .357 Magnums, 12-gauge shotguns, and .45-caliber pistols. The 24 men and six women climbed the capitol steps, and one man, Bobby Seale, began to read from a prepared statement. “The time has come for black people to arm themselves against this terror before it is too late.”
Opposition to gun control as what drove the black militants to visit the California capitol with loaded weapons in hand. The Black Panther Party had been formed six months earlier, in Oakland, by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale. Like many young African Americans, Newton and Seale were frustrated with the failed promise of the civil-rights movement. Brown v. Board of Education, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were legal landmarks, but they had yet to deliver equal opportunity. In Newton and Seale’s view, the only tangible outcome of the civil-rights movement had been more violence and oppression, much of it committed by the very entity meant to protect and serve the public: the police.
Inspired by the teachings of Malcolm X, Newton and Seale decided to fight back. Before he was assassinated in 1965, Malcolm X had preached against Martin Luther King Jr.’s brand of nonviolent resistance. Because the government was “either unable or unwilling to protect the lives and property” of blacks, he said, they had to defend themselves “by whatever means necessary.” Malcolm X illustrated the idea for Ebony magazine by posing for photographs in suit and tie, peering out a window with an M-1 carbine semiautomatic in hand. Malcolm X and the Panthers described their right to use guns in self-defense in constitutional terms. “Article number two of the constitutional amendments,” Malcolm X argued, “provides you and me the right to own a rifle or a shotgun.”
The Pathers’ efforts provoked an immediate backlash. Republicans in California eagerly supported increased gun control. Governor Reagan told reporters that afternoon that he saw “no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.” He called guns a “ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will.” In a later press conference, Reagan said he didn’t “know of any sportsman who leaves his home with a gun to go out into the field to hunt or for target shooting who carries that gun loaded.” The Mulford Act, he said, “would work no hardship on the honest citizen.”A good article on both sides of the second amendment gun control debate.... more
It's not reasonable that Obama relentlessly plays both ends against the middle. He spews rhetoric to the effect that he is genuinely concerned about the people (and he may well be), while at the same time having been elected by Wall Street, giving them what ever they want at every turn, reneging on health care by ignoring both the public option and single payer (in favor of corporate insurance industry profit), expanding the Bush regime war mongering military industrial complex for eternity, and continuing to support the very corporate criminals, even in his own administration, who brought down the American economy in 2008 and even now continue to implement the very same practices with no reprimand whatsoever.
I'm sorry, but as unnerving, distasteful, immature, and moronic as it may sound, in light of these facts, "uncle tom" is more a compliment than a term of hate or ignorance. I completely identify and agree with the man in the video. He makes perfect sense. I feel his frustration and have no qualms to support his harsh words as his last refuge from the political impotence imposed on our country by this new American corporate oligarchy, which is riding the wave of Obama's rhetorical subversion of the american people. You are being taken for a ride by this skilled Chicago politician. Wake up and smell the nuclear waste.It's not reasonable that Obama relentlessly plays both ends against the middle.... more
You Should Have Listened to Farrakhan When You Were at His Table: New Black Panthers Turn on Obama in an N-Word, Uncle Tom Tirade (Content Warning)You Should Have Listened to Farrakhan When You Were at His Table: New Black Panthers... more
It was pretty obvious from the start that the whole New Black Panthers Party "voter intimidation" controversy was a Breitbart-like right-wing operation intended to gin up fear among white voters, made for heavy airplay on Fox News -- and later, to become an Obama-bashing tool, especially in the hands of Bush-appointed right-wing operatives still inside the Justice Department.
Now Ryan J. Reilly at TPM Muckraker has a great little scoop demonstrating that this whole scene in fact was being orchestrated by GOP attorneys: It turns out that the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which has been devoting a great deal of energy to the matter, finally released the full two-and-a-half-minute video showing the New Black Panthers being chatted up by police outside the polling station in Philadelphia -- and then afterwards, the "poll watchers" -- lawyers hired by the GOP -- orchestrating the scene:
In the extended version of the footage, posted by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights this month, a police officer tells Morse to back off. That's when the commotion begins.
The video shows someone off-screen to Morse's left, telling the officer "I got him, I got him." A man who appears to be Chris Hill, a Republican poll watcher who was accused of intimidating voters at the polls by another woman at the location, says "Put it down. You've got enough."
Then Bartle Bull chimes in. "Don't you threaten him with your hands. You're threatening him. Don't you use your hands!"
Soon an individual seems to grab Morse's arm or his camera -- the screen moves erratically. "I'm a fucking professional videographer," Morse tells the person trying to stop him from filming. "I was paid... to come from L.A. today."
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which has doggedly pursued the Justice Department's handling of the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case, released the final version of their report this week, complete with responses from all the commissioners on the panel. Two Democratic commissioners who have dissented from the investigation pointed out the additional footage in their reply and note that while the Justice Department handed over a full copy of the video, the Commission didn't see fit to post it online until this month, far after the report had been finished.
The video shows that the white Republican poll watchers who showed up to the majority African-American precinct knew exactly what kind of media sensation they had on their hands.
"We're on the same team," says another Republican poll watcher off screen.
"You're fucking up the story. Don't fuck up the story," one unidentified poll watcher tells Morse.
"You guys are lawyers, I'm a videographer," Morse says.
The USCCR issued its full report, including evidentiary material, earlier this week, and as you can see it's a pretty divided affair, largely along partisan lines -- though in fact conservative Bush appointee Abigail Thernstrom backs up her earlier concerns about the investigation with a brief but scathing dissent:
This investigation lacked political and intellectual integrity from the outset, and has been consistently undermined by the imbalance between the gravity of the allegations and the strength of the evidence available to support such charges. Some commissioners offered serious, principled critiques of the process, and questioned the evidentiary record. Their views were contemptuously ignored by the commission's majority.
The majority charges that racial double standards govern the enforcement of the Voting Rights Act in the Holder Justice Department. If that can be convincingly demonstrated, it will be a grave indictment of this administration.
But that evidentiary showing awaits further investigation by the Department of Justice and Congress. I applaud that investigation, and hope that it will shed more light on this important question than the tendentious report provided by the commission’s majority.
Indeed. As we explained previously:
So a little perspective is perhaps helpful here: There are indeed black racist hate groups (the United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors is another). However, they are dwarfed both in size and in sheer numbers by white racist hate groups. Check the SPLC's compendium of hate groups and you'll see what I mean: they outnumber anti-white racists by about 99 to 1.
Oddly enough, we never get any reporting about these hate groups from Fox News -- except when they want to attack the Department of Homeland Security's bulletin warning about the rising likelihood of violent terrorism from right-wing extremists. Then, they're all too eager to simply whitewash away the very existence of white supremacists and far-right
http://crooksandliars.com/david-neiwert/full-video-new-black-panthers-scene-It was pretty obvious from the start that the whole New Black Panthers Party... more
Malcolm X appears on a television show in Chicago called City Desk on March 17, 1963. Malcolm explains why his last name is X. Malcolm also gives a brief black history lesson on many things ranging from slave names to education.
http://nothingtotweetabout.com/Maclolm_X_Name_Change.phpMalcolm X appears on a television show in Chicago called City Desk on March 17, 1963.... more
Los Angeles Sheriff's shot an unarmed man 12 times in the back as he fled from police. Observers say Robert Thomas Jr. 21, A security guard at Home Depot was murdered in cold blood and is a victim of Police Terrorism.Los Angeles Sheriff's shot an unarmed man 12 times in the back as he fled from... more
(NEW VIDEO) New Black Panther’s King Samir Shabazz: Whites Use Black Babies as ‘Alligator Bait’, ‘Fox Jews’…New NBPP Video: King Samir Says Whites Use Black Babies as ‘Alligator Bait,‘ Laments ’Fox Jews’
Sept. 28, 2010
Jonathon M. Seidl
A video recently released by Election Journal shows New Black Panther Party member King Samir Shabazz railing against the media and defending his remarks calling for the death of white babies.
Click to view...(NEW VIDEO) New Black Panther’s King Samir Shabazz: Whites Use Black Babies as ‘Alligator Bait’, ‘Fox Jews’...http://ctpatriot1970.wordpress.com/2010/09/28/new-black-panther-partys-king/
The video, which includes a date stamp of August 9, 2010 and says it takes place in Harlem, features the hate-spewing King Samir attacking Fox.New NBPP Video: King Samir Says Whites Use Black Babies as ‘Alligator... more
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee want a hearing to investigate how the Department of Justice handled allegations of voter intimidation made against the New Black Panther Party.
The minority, led by Sen. Lindsey Graham, wants to look into allegations of racial bias within the DOJ. The charges come most vocally from J. Christian Adams, a former DOJ lawyer who says the Obama administration purposely drops cases against black defendants, including an NBPP member who stood outside a Philly polling station with a nightstick in 2008.
In their letter to Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT), the Judiciary Republicans quoted from Adams' testimony this month in front of the Commission on Civil Rights.
"If these alarming allegations are true, the Civil Rights Division is actively engaged in widespread politicization and possible corruption," the letter read.
The commission, which is controlled by conservatives, has been investigating the NBPP case since last fall.
The case has gotten widespread attention recently on conservative blogs and in the mainstream media after Adams -- who had a role in the U.S. attorney firings -- testified and appeared several times on Fox News.
But, as Greg Sargent points out, the Judiciary Committee already investigated this very case back in April.Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee want a hearing to investigate how the... more
Justice Department - Black Panther organization accused of voter intimidation Obama blamed for cover upDepartment of Justice whistleblower J. Christian Adams, who is accusing his old employer of dropping voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panther Party, may be headed for a lot more attention.
The Associated Press takes an in-depth look at both sides of the case – will the mainstream media
http://www.mediaite.com/online/will-doj-black-panther-case-whistleblower-story-break-mainstream/Department of Justice whistleblower J. Christian Adams, who is accusing his old... more
KILL WHITE BABIES! KILL CRACKERS! It’s Ok With Obama And Eric Holder…Uncut Black Panther VIDEO…Racial Bias?Ex-Official Accuses Justice Department of Racial Bias in Black Panther Case
July 06, 2010
In emotional and personal testimony, an ex-Justice official who quit over the handling of a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party accused his former employer of instructing attorneys in the civil rights division to ignore cases that involve black defendants and white victims.
Click to Watch....KILL WHITE BABIES! KILL CRACKERS! …Uncut Black Panther VIDEO…http://ctpatriot1970.wordpress.com/2010/07/07/cover-up-kill-white-babies-kill-crackers-its-ok-with-obama-and-eric-holder-uncut-black-panther-video-racial-bias/
J. Christian Adams, testifying Tuesday before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, said that “over and over and over again,” the department showed “hostility” toward those cases. He described the Black Panther case as one example of that — he defended the legitimacy of the suit and said his “blood boiled” when he heard a Justice official claim the case wasn’t solid.Ex-Official Accuses Justice Department of Racial Bias in Black Panther Case July... more
Interview With Dhoruba Bin Wahad - *Black Panther* Veteran and 19-year political prisoner + Black Panthers (1968) documentaryAfter 19 years in prison - seven of them in solitary confinement
- Dhoruba Bin Wahad has no apologies and no regrets. Since his release, he has returned to outspoken political activism, and has been particularly vocal against the War on Drugs. With his newly-organized "Black Coalition on Drugs", he advocates decriminalization and "harm reduction" strategies. http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/section-table/326-interview-with-dhoruba-bin-wahad-black-panther-veteran-and-19-year-political-prisonerAfter 19 years in prison - seven of them in solitary confinement - Dhoruba Bin Wahad... more
A year ago this week, Barack Obama stood on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to take the presidential oath of office.
That moment was described throughout the media as the climax of a journey that began 46 years earlier, at the other end of the National Mall, when Martin Luther King Jr. gave his "I Have a Dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
But Peniel Joseph, a historian at Tufts University, says not enough attention has been paid to the other main line of succession in African-American leadership — the one that leads from Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and the black power movement.
"The connection between black power and Barack Obama doesn't fit a neat and simplistic national narrative about the success and evolution of the civil rights struggle," Joseph tells NPR's Guy Raz.
In his latest book, Dark Days, Bright Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama, Joseph argues that the black nationalists have been too easily dismissed as a formative force.
"Black power is usually characterized as a movement of gun-toting militants who practice politics without portfolio," he says, "and drag down a more promising movement for social justice, the civil rights movement."
That image, Joseph says, forced President Obama to distance himself from those roots.
"The president and the popular media don't often look at the quieter side of black power, the pragmatic side," he says, pointing out that Malcolm X and Carmichael both started their public careers as community organizers — a path that Obama took 30 years later.
"Malcolm X is the quintessential, self-made African-American political activist," Joseph says.
Author Peniel Joseph. Courtesy Basic Books
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"The president and the popular media don't often look at the quieter side of black power," author Peniel Joseph says.
Author Peniel Joseph. Courtesy Basic Books
Courtesy Basic Books
"The president and the popular media don't often look at the quieter side of black power," author Peniel Joseph says.
After a troubled childhood and his father's death at the hands of a lynch mob, Malcolm X spent six years in prison. He emerged in 1952 as a member of the Nation of Islam and quickly grew into a national spokesman for the more militant wing of the civil rights movement.
Malcolm X was gunned down in 1965, a few years after leaving the Nation of Islam. A year later, Stokely Carmichael coined the term "black power," and the group of activists he created was rechristened the Black Panthers.
So how would those two leaders have viewed the country's first African-American president?
"They would have looked at this as a mixed blessing," Joseph says. "On the one hand, Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael would have been impressed by Obama's self-determination. … At the same time, both would have criticized the president for a reluctance to talk about racial matters and for a reluctance to really use the presidency as a bully pulpit" to address specific African-American issues.
Chick on the link for an excerpt in this book:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122569310A year ago this week, Barack Obama stood on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to take the... more
You have the right as an individual to own a gun and defend yourself.
Prohibition didn't stop liquor use; the drug laws can't stop drug use. Making gun ownership illegal will not stop gun ownership.
The primary victim of these misguided efforts is the honest citizen whose civil rights are trampled as frustrated legislators and police tighten the screws.
Banning guns will make guns more expensive and give organized crime a great opportunity to make profits in a new black market for weapons. Street violence will increase in new turf wars. Criminals will not give up their guns. But, many law abiding citizens will, leaving them defenseless against armed bandits.
Rather than banning guns, the politicians and the police should encourage gun ownership, as well as education and training programs. A responsible, well-armed and trained citizenry is the best protection against domestic crime and the threat of foreign invasion. America's founders knew that. It is still true today.You have the right as an individual to own a gun and defend yourself. Prohibition... more
Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Minister Louis Farrakhan told an audience in Memphis he believes the H1N1 flu vaccine was developed to kill millions of people throughout the world – - but most particularly blacks in America’s inner cities . . . .Nation of Islam (NOI) leader Minister Louis Farrakhan told an audience in Memphis he... more
Mr. Bartle Bull, a former civil rights lawyer and publisher of the left-wing Village Voice heard one of the Panthers yell, “You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker!” He called it, “the most blatant form of voter intimidation I’ve ever seen.”
***This article has been chosen as a discussion topic on PFP Movement Radio, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pfpmovementradio Friday night at 6pm-8pm. Please Call In To The Show, 347-633-9636. COMMENTS will be included in the show so feel free to discuss or ask questions here on current.com as they will be addressed during the show. This article will also air on Freedom Hour Saturday at 9pm-10pm on Movement TV http://www.peacefreedomprosperity.com/?page_id=36***Mr. Bartle Bull, a former civil rights lawyer and publisher of the left-wing Village... more