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Offline John_Back_From_The_Club_O

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Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« on: April 10, 2012, 10:54:17 PM »
Don't be duped by the Southern Poverty Law Center and ADL Bolsheviks that hate the American Republic.  These 'New Black Panthers' are just the same old Bolsheviks from the old Soviet Union.  As are their neo Nazi 'FEDERAL' counter parts.
The REAL Back Panther's Foundation discusses the 'so called' New Black Panthers.

There Is No New Black Panther Party: An Open Letter From the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation

In response from numerous requests from individual's seeking information on the "New Black Panthers," the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation issues this public statement to correct the distorted record being made in the media by a small band of African Americans calling themselves the New Black Panthers. As guardian of the true history of the Black Panther Party, the Foundation, which includes former leading members of the Party, denounces this group's exploitation of the Party's name and history. Failing to find its own legitimacy in the black community, this band would graft the Party's name upon itself, which we condemn.

Firstly, the people in the New Black Panthers were never members of the Black Panther Party and have no legitimate claim on the Party's name. On the contrary, they would steal the names and pretend to walk in the footsteps of the Party's true heroes, such as Black Panther founder Huey P. Newton, George Jackson and Jonathan Jackson, Bunchy Carter, John Huggins, Fred Hampton, Mark Cark, and so many others who gave their very lives to the black liberation struggle under the Party's banner.

Secondly, they denigrate the Party's name by promoting concepts absolutely counter to the revolutionary principles on which the Party was founded. Their alleged media assault on the Ku Klux Klan serves to incite hatred rather than resolve it. The Party's fundamental principle, as best articulated by the great revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, was: "A true revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love." The Black Panthers were never a group of angry young militants full of fury toward the "white establishment." The Party operated on love for black people, not hatred of white people.

Furthermore, this group claims it would "teach" the black community about armed self-defense. The arrogance of this claim is overwhelmed by its reactionary nature. Blacks, especially in the South, have been armed in self-defense for a very long time; indeed, the spiritual parent of the Party itself was the Louisiana-based Deacons for Defense. However, the Party understood that the gun was not necessarily revolutionary, for the police and all other oppressive forces had guns. It was the ideology behind the gun that determined its nature.

Because the Party believed that only the masses of people would make the revolution, the Party never presumed itself to be above the people. The Party considered itself a servant of the people and taught by example. Given massive black hunger, the Party provided free breakfast for children and other free food programs. In the absence of decent medical facilities in the black community, the Party operated free medical clinics. In the face of police brutality, the Party stood up and resisted. Considering the overwhelming number of blacks facing trials and long prison terms, the Party developed free legal aids and bussing-to-prison programs.

The question the Foundation raises, then, is who are these people laying claim to the Party's history and name? Are they reactionary provocateurs, who would instigate activities counterproductive to the people's interests, causing mayhem and death? Are they entertainers, who would posture themselves before the media, and, according to numerous sources, with empty guns, to spin gold for themselves? Are they, given the history of their late-leader Khalid Muhammad, a group of anti-Semites like the very Ku Klux Klan they allegedly oppose? What is their agenda?

Conditions for blacks in America today are worse than when the Black Panther Party was formed in 1966. Blacks in the main continue to live in poverty; disproportionate percentages of blacks die from AIDS and cancer, as the black infant mortality rate continues to be double that of whites. There is a desperate need for liberation agenda. The Black Panther Party unarguably set the example, espousing principles and a history that certainly should be embraced by all those still struggling for freedom. Rather than appropriating the Party's name, however, groups that purport to represent African Americans ought to follow the Party's true historical example. In the absence of such commitment, the Foundation denounces the usurpation of the Black Panther Party name by this questionable band of self-appointed leaders.

For further reading on the Black Panther Party, please visit our website at Books by and about the Black Panthers can also be purchased online through this site. Suggested reading includes Revolutionary Suicide, To Die for the People, War Against the Panthers, This Side of Glory, and A Taste of Power.

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Re: Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2012, 03:49:02 PM »
She should also be apologizing for hijacking the historical Black Panther's name and dragging their reputation of community building instead of "killing white babies" in the mud . . .[smh]

New Black Panther Party Chief Of Staff Michelle Williams Apologizes After George Zimmerman Radio Outburst

Tampa, Florida - It was an emotional interview for Michelle Williams.

As a community activist and chief of staff for the New Black Panther Party, Michelle is used to addressing many issues.  But when it comes to her passion in the Trayvon Martin case, she get especially upset and tearful.

Through tears, she said, "If my words, my words that I had to say out of anger will make the American people address this issue, let it be my time, Melanie. Let it be my time to address this issue with America, that we say enough is enough. We can't have any more killings."

Michelle is now offering an apology for her controversial comments.

She spoke openly, "My words were out of anger. I did not incite, I did not promote, nor did I encourage anyone to go and pick up a gun."

In an online interview this week, Michelle Williams spoke openly of her frustration with what she calls the massive racial problem in this country, especially over the Trayvon Martin case. She admits that her sadness over the case was overwhelming and that she spoke harshly during the online segment.

Her words were not taken lightly and were replayed Tuesday morning by nationally syndicated radio talk show host Bubba the Love Sponge.

Michelle said during the interview, "Let me tell you, the things that's about to happen, to these honkeys, these crackers, these pigs, these pink people, these ---- people. It has been long overdue. My prize right now this evening ... is gonna be the bounty, the arrest, dead or alive, for George Zimmerman. You feel me?"

Bubba addressed her saying, "Michelle, really? You are so much better than that, honey."

"My words that I spoke were very passionate, passionate anger of an activist, of an advocate, of a leader who sat by and watched so much destruction happen. Melanie, my back is against the wall," she told us.

Michelle is putting out an open invitation to any group - the Ku Klux Klan, black, white, mayors, cops - anyone out there, who wants to talk about keeping peace in the Martin case, she's willing to listen.

"This whole Trayvon Martin case has been an injustice that America is watching unfold. I feel like I'm reading a Nancy Drew novel right now, because of all the twists and turns. 'Oh wait a minute, we have him here, no wait, we have him here,'" she said.

In a candid moment during her 10 News interview, she said, "Do I want to see George Zimmerman dead? No. Do I want to see him brought to justice? Hell yes."

Michelle assured us that she doesn't want to have anyone out there pick up a gun. "I don't want violence, I don't promote violence. That's why I told you, my words were out of anger."

Michelle admits that she got a call from Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor Monday. The chief wanted to make there would be no violence, and Michelle assured her there would not be.

Michelle also admits she's gotten a lot of support on Facebook from people who heard her comments. She says they've told her "it's about time that someone talk about racial problems"... albeit with some harsh words.

Michelle Williams say she'll keep fighting, no matter what happens with the outcome in this case.  She says the memory of her grandfather keeps her going each and every day.

Then, she adds with a smile, "He's a white man."

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Re: Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2012, 04:10:03 PM »
I totally agree with your post, on the idealogy of THE Real Black Panther Party.  What you said is a true accurate result of their mission, as I was taught.  In reference to it's opposite - The New Black Panther Party, they are seemingly poised for death, riot and destruction in the name of the Black people, but not me and mine.  ???

 ???As for her comments above, they were totally uncalled for.  :-X

 I am angry as a mother, that a young man child Trayvon will not get to grow up and experience all that life has to offer, cut off from his life by Zimmerman for what ever reason he felt compelled to do it. :'(

A lot of people want to say it was racially motivated, but I have not brought in my personal jury on that charge as of yet  8)

Racism and prejudice as I was taught comes from fear, mostly of the unknown and we know how people can re-act when they are fearful.  :o

As for me, that bully with the big stick to me is not the white man, it is the NWO and the followers of Satan, it is time to stop the color coding, and live either righteous with God and burn with Satan and his minions.  They are trying to steal the glory of the Almighty father, and destory the promise offered to me and all my brothers and sisters, white, brown, pink, purple...whatever.  ;)

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Re: Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2012, 10:03:05 PM »
I know I keep using the term 'Bolsheviks' when describing these NEW black panthers and neo nazis.

I really would appeal to readers to read up on the Bolsheviks.  How they operated.  Who financed them and why they were financed.

You always here references to the CIA and MI6 when authors discuss destabilizing various countries.  ONLY A FRACTION OF THAT IS TRUE. 

The psyop warfare blueprint behind the Bolsheviks, is EXACTLY what the CIA and MI6 use to destabilize countries.   The minds and money behind the Bolsheviks predates Tavistock.  If you look deep into the Tavistock history they were created by these very minds behind the Bolsheviks.


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Re: Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2012, 08:48:26 AM »
By studying history we can safely assume this group is working with FBI to stir up tensions between Americans.  Remember the FBI inflitrated the Hutaree militia because they were vocal about the the NWO and wore camfluage but the New Black Panther group walks around in black tactical wear, carries shotguns, and call for violence and no one is arrested? 

Remember Hal Turner

Neo-Nazi rally was organized by FBI informant
Those who wish to remain ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, want what never was and what never will be.  - Thomas Jefferson

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Re: Message to African or Black Americans Everywhere.
« Reply #5 on: April 12, 2012, 11:48:16 AM »
... and who works DIRECTLY with the FBI?  The ADL & Southern Poverty Law Center.