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NBPP leaders in South Africa and Zimbabwe


From CofCC.org Staff

The american based New Black Panther Party [NBPP], is famous for calling for the genocide of all white people in South Africa. The group is supported by Al Sharpton, who once co-sponsored a rally with the NBPP in Harlem. Al Sharpton has continued to be one of their most high profile supporters. They have also had a large number of black celebrities speak at their events. According to their press releases, this includes grammy winning singer Andre 3000.

In 2007 Barack Obama shared a podium with the group’s current leader at a rally in Alabama. Shortly after Obama was photographed marching in close proximity to NBPP members wearing paramilitary uniforms. The groups claims that it is building a black army, and conducting military drills, for the purpose of fighting the race war prophesied in Nation of Islam theology.

Online statements from the NBPP claim that twenty members visited South Africa, with several of those also visiting Zimbabwe. Current NBPP leader Malik Zulu Shabazz met with leaders of the ruling ZANU-PF party in Zimbabwe.

ZANU-PF is the party of the countries dictator Robert Mugabe. The country has been in a freefall collapse for decades under his rule. Shabazz told the African press that he fully supported the dictator and sought official ZANU-PF approval for the NBPP.

Malik Zulu Shabazz called Robert Mugabe his childhood hero.

While in South Africa, NBPP members spoke at events held by the Pan African Congress [PAC]. The PAC originally formed as an ANC splinter group in the 1950s. They felt the ANC was not radical enough. The party currently hold only one seat in the 400 member South African parliament. This is down from 5 in 1994.

At least two of the people pictured have publicly called for the mass murder of all white people in South Africa.