The New Black Panthers are a Racist Hate Group
This video clip, which features only the intro to an interview, is highlighted on the official New Black Panther Party website, NewBlackPanther.com. Apparently, the interview itself isn’t noteworthy. Perhaps the “party’s” leader was forced to answer some hard questions. Then again, probably not.
On the same page, the NBPP has posted a letter about the “phony” United States Commission on Civil Rights hearing against them. This was a result of a 2008 voter intimidation case arising from New Black Panther Party members standing, in full regalia, in front of a polling place in Philadelphia. One member carried a nightstick.
There is no evidence, not one statement from any person at the polling station that day to prove that any voter, regardless to race creed or color was intimidated from voting or offended in any way.
Oh, really? No evidence at all?
Notice how the New Black Panther Party member claims to be “security?” Notice how the student journalist says he might be intimidating? From the same NBPP letter, a few paragraphs upwards from the last quote:
What these Republican witch hunters repeatedly fail to mention is that the individual member involved in the nightstick incident was in fact legally penalized, and prohibited by law by Eric Holder’s Justice Department from polling places through 2012.
But, if he wasn’t intimidating anyone, why was he penalized?
In fact, there’s much more to the case then the New Black Panther Party would have you believe. The member in question, King Samir Shabazz – a “minister” – was only prohibited from being within 100 feet of a polling place with a weapon, which is already illegal.
The same NBPP letter claimed the police “took no action.”
That looks like policemen escorting Shabazz (not to be confused with the party’s leader, Malik Zulu Shabazz) and another party member off the premises. Call that action? Yeah, I do too.
But what of this King Samir Shabazz, who only made a mistake in judgment and was merely suspended from the party until January, 2010?
Here he is, after being escorted from the polling place.
And here he is, in full glory, telling us all what is on the minds of the NBPP.
And what of Malik Shabazz’s claims in April there was no voter intimidation?
That’s right. The NBPP is “too strong,” and “too black,” and the same man who advocates “killing crackers” and killing their babies is welcome in the movement.
Incidentally, here’s the NBPP “10 Point Platform.” Basically, they want everything for free, they want to arm themselves against the police and the military, they want reparations from everyone in the entire world. They want their own country, and they demand the rest of us pay for it.
Boy, Malik Zulu Shabazz must have had it rough! No one can doubt the racism the black people have suffered in this country and others, but he, particularly, must have had a horrible time to be so angry.
It’s not like he went to Howard University and its adjoining law school, where his education was no doubt subsidized by the US government. You know, those same rabid dogs he wants to destroy.
And, of course, he loves Jews. Or, alternately, he hates them and blames them for all things:
- “Who is it that caught and killed Nat Turner?”
- “The Jews!”
- “Who is it that controls the Federal Reserve?”
- “The Jews!”
- “Who is it that has our entertainers… and our athletes in a vise grip?”
- “The Jews!”
Don’t be fooled, America. The New Black Panther Party isn’t about justice for blacks or for anyone. It’s about fascism, control and power. It’s about hatred – of whites, of Jews, of anyone who would stand in their way.
How long before King Samir Shabazz makes good on his threats to kill white children? And who, in this Justice Department, will stop him when he does? And who, in the New Black Panther Party, will condemn him?
No one, that’s who.