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The following video shows Dr. Khallid Muhammad delivering his famous “kill the white man” speech at a Mosque in Los Angeles county in 1996. Khallid Muhammad continued to give violent speeches until his death in 2001. Over six hundred people attended the speech, many having to stand outside and listen over loudspeakers.

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Dr. Khallid Muhammad was a former Nation of Islam minister and National Youth Coordinator, and chairman of the New Black Panther Party at the time of his death. Between 1991 and 1993 he even served as Louis Farrakhan’s personal assistant. In 1993, Muhammed was censured by the United States congress.

He was publically supported by Rev. Al Sharpton, US Rep. Keith Ellison, US Rep. Cynthia McKinney, and a multitude of other black politicians and celebrities. Khallid at one time received money from the Ford Foundation, which funds a number of radical far-left causes.

When Khallid Muhammed held his 1998 “Million Youth March” in Harlem, the events press release listed Al Sharpton as a co-organizer and Queen Latifah, Puff Daddy, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Ice T, Onyx, Wu-Tang Clan, Shaquille O’Neal, Eddie George, and many other black celebrities as endorsing the event.

The 2003 Million Youth March in Harlem, held in honour of Khallid, also published a long list of black politicians and celebrities as endorsing the march, despite advertising that “bloods & crips” would be participating. Al Sharpton is listed as a “participant” on the event press release.

When Khallid died in 2001, Al Sharpton rushed to his bed side and donated $10,000 to pay for his funeral. The media hides the rampant extremism of the black community.