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Black leaders using dangerous caustic rhetoric

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In 1964 the US passed the Civil Rights Act. This was supposed to be a turning point for blacks in the US. Yet 67′ and 68′ saw massive full-scale black insurrections. Entire city centers were burned down. Hundreds were killed, and thousand injured. Hundreds of thousands of whites began fleeing the cities for the suburbs.

2008, we saw the election of Barack Obama. White liberals called this a major turning point for black Americans. Are we about to see a repeat of the black insurrections of 67′ and 68′?

Comments by black leaders on the Trayvon Martin self-defense shooting.

“Trayvon is martyr, he’s not coming back, he’s a martyr, murdered and martyred.” – Rev. Jesse Jackson

“Blacks are under attack, targeting, arresting, convicting blacks and ultimately killing us is big business.” – Rev. Jesse Jackson

“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon” – Barack Obama

“I’ve called this nothing short of an assassination,” – Philadelphia Mayor Micheal Nutter

“Soon and very soon, the law of retaliation may very well be applied.” – Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan

“Clearly I know Obama and Eric Holder will be on our side.”
– New Black Panther Spokesman Hashim Nzinga

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Below is the late Dr. Khallid Muhammad. This video was filmed around 1996. Muhammad died in 2001 of a brain aneurysm. He was a former National Youth Leader for the Nation of Islam and the leader of the New Black Panther Party[NBPP] when he died. Do you think that black leaders shunned him? Rev. Al Sharpton maintained a close relationship with him even when he started giving “Kill the White Man” speeches. According to the NBPP, Al Sharpton co-sponsored a NBPP rally in Harlem with Khallid Muhammad in 1998, and endorsed NBPP rallies after that. Despite his murderous rhetoric, major black politicians like Cynthia Williams and Keith Ellison publicly supported him.

The NBPP continues the violent rhetoric of Khallid Muhammad and calls for racial holy war in the United States. The group is currently offering a $10,000 reward for the murder of George Zimmerman. Major black politicians and entertainers continue to openly support this group. In 2010, Grammy winning pop star Andre 3000 spoke at the NBPP national conference in Atlanta.

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