New Black Panther Party (NBPP): Islamism, racism, violence, hatred
(including the dreadful "ideology" by the Nation Of Islam to rewrite slavery history like ignoring the Arab-Muslim main guilt, focusing only on the whites and exaggerating or even lying on some Jews' supposed role in that dominating Arab and [white-]Christian trade), alliance-Muslim community, Islamism by the Shabbazz's and "Divine Allah"... (incidently there's an anti-Israel bigoted "busy" poster on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/Malik_Shabazz]
New Panthers' war on whites | Newsnet 14
Shabazz is chairman of the New Black Panther Party’s Philadelphia chapter. In black beret atop dreadlocks and a black military uniform, he spends most weekdays near City Hall condemning “crackers” and exhorting black passers-by to rise up against their “slavemasters” – and to give him $2 for the party’s semi-annual newspaper.
He is one of the most recognizable black militants in a city known, since the days of MOVE, for its vocal black-extremism community.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which monitors hate activity globally, listed the New Black Panther Party as among the most active and tough-talking of black-separatist groups.
Black Hebrews also have grown increasingly active in recent years, according to the SPLC, especially in Philadelphia, where robed street preachers shout out their beliefs daily near City Hall, the Convention Center, Germantown Avenue and other heavily trafficked areas.
Followers of the movement claim that African-Americans are God’s true chosen people because they, not the people traditionally known as Jews, are the real descendants of the biblical Hebrews.
Their views, while often just as extreme, tend to be couched in religious rhetoric about “Edomites” (the descendants of Esau) and such terms that barely slow the stride of most passers-by.
But Shabazz is more blunt in his views:
* On whites: “I’m about the total destruction of white people. I’m about the total liberation of black people. I hate white people. I hate my enemy. . . .”
* On Jews: “I don’t care how much they try to promote the Jewish Holocaust. The African people have suffered a hell of a cost. . . . ”
* On Barack Obama and voting: “He’s a puppet on a string. I don’t support no black man running for white politics. I will not vote for who will be the next slavemaster.” Besides, he added, Obama is “a Ne gro who doesn’t even support reparations for black people in America.”
[Original link: http://www.philly.com/dailynews/local/20081029_New_Panthers__war_on_whites.html ]
New Black Panther Party for Self Defense... Shabazz, a former Nation of Islam (NOI) member... [racism, bigotry, anti-semitism
New Black Panther Party - DiscoverTheNetworks When Malik Shabazz comes to your campus, be ready for a fiery, racist, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rant. ... takes a paramilitary posture and often threatens violence. ..... The NBPP has been influenced by the original Black Panther Party, by the Nation of Islam and by the ideas of a “black Holocaust” and the ...
The US Report - The US Report - The New Black Panther Party not ... Jul 7, 2010 ... But now there's a New Black Panther Party—that Party maintains its own website, ... knew each other and the violence occurred over a female both were interested in. ... on some in the NBPP who have been part of the Nation of Islam. ... perhaps fanning racial hatred for purposes of political power.
Malik Zulu Shabazz
Born Paris Lewis, Malik Shabazz has been involved in increasingly radical Black Muslim politics since the early 1990s and now leads the violently anti-Semitic New Black Panther Party.
A graduate of Howard University and its law school, Shabazz early on went to work as a campaign aide and then spokesman for Marion Barry, the three-term Washington, D.C., mayor implicated in a cocaine sting in 1990. (At around the same time, in 1989, Shabazz was part of the Defiant Giants rap group, where he called himself Zulu King Paris and helped cut an album called "Rise, Black Man, Rise.")
Shabazz then signed up with the black supremacist Nation of Islam and played a key role organizing and promoting that group's 1995 Million Man March, telling one group of high school students that "America should be glad that every black man is not on a killing spree."
Another Nation official, Khalid Abdul Muhammad, who had been a key deputy of Nation leader Louis Farrakhan, moved away from the Nation during this period and began associating with the New Black Panther Party, which was formed from small groups in Milwaukee and Dallas that began operating around 1990.
By about 1997, Shabazz had followed his mentor Muhammad — who by now was famous for vicious tirades against whites, Jews, Catholics and homosexuals — into the New Panthers, rising to become the party's chief spokesman.
"We will never bow down to the white, Jewish, Zionist onslaught," Shabazz said around this time. Muhammad, Shabazz added with evident delight, was the man "who gives the white man nightmares ... who makes the Jews pee in their pants at night."
Remarkably, in 1998, Shabazz was named "Young Lawyer of the Year" by the National Bar Association, the leading black lawyers' association. The same year, he ran unsuccessfully for the Washington, D.C., city council. Also in 1998, Shabazz co-organized a Panther takeoff on the Nation's marches, leading a much smaller Million Youth March in Harlem, N.Y., that ended in clashes with police.
When Muhammad died unexpectedly in February 2001, Shabazz took over the New Panthers and moved its headquarters from New York to Washington. He began to build the group up by traveling around the country — to Cincinnati, Louisville, Ky., and Decatur, Ala., among other places — to protest police brutality.
And while not as incendiary as Muhammad had been, he made similarly strident remarks. In 2001, for instance, he told Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes" show that he was not anti-Semitic. He had many Hebrew friends, he said, but they "happen to be black." (He was referring to the belief of some black nationalists that they, not the Jews, are the real Hebrews of the Bible.)
The next year, Shabazz traveled to Georgia to show his support for Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, the former H. Rap Brown, who was ultimately convicted of murdering a black sheriff's deputy in Georgia. In early 2003, Shabazz organized another activist group, Black Lawyers for Justice, and also came out with another rap album, featuring parts of his speeches and entitled "Amerikkka's Most Hated," that harshly attacked the Bush administration.
On Sept. 6, Shabazz's Panthers organized a Second Million Youth March — this time in Brooklyn, N.Y. Though the Panthers said they expected to draw 20,000, fewer than 1,000 marchers actually turned out.
Former Justice Department Lawyer Accuses Holder of Dropping New Black Panther Case for Racial Reasons
Jun 30, 2010 ... "I mean we were told, 'Drop the charges against the New Black Panther ... In the final days of the Bush administration, three Black Panthers -- Minister King Samir Shabazz, Malik Zulu Shabazz and Jerry Jackson -- were charged in a civil complaint with violating the Voter Rights Act in November 2008 by using coercion, threats and intimidation at a Philadelphia polling station -- with Shabazz brandishing what prosecutors called a deadly weapon.
Justice Department Files Suit Against New Black Panthers
Jan 9, 2009 ... A former Nation of Islam member, King Samir Shabazz revived the ... "I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracker I hate ... You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers. You're gonna have to kill some of they [sic] babies. Let us get our act together. It's time to wake up, clean up, and stand up."
National Geographic Channel - Going Inside the New Black Panther Party
Jan 9, 2009 ... King Samir Shabazz is the chairman of the Philadelphia chapter of the New Black ... cause I'm going to let you know now, I do not like white people... had first seen him on the cover of the Philadelphia Weekly magazine with his fist raised in the air and fury in his face next to the caption "F*** Whitey's Christmas"? On his myspace page, he calls for violence against whites and police officers. I wasn't certain how I would feel about him when we finally talked...
[National Geographic Video, where he incites against whites]:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x0dM7fR1WQ&feature=related
'Want freedom? Kill some crackers!' New Black Panther Obama DOJ refused to prosecute: 'I hate white people – all of them!'
Posted: July 07, 2010 11:45 pm Eastern
Minister King Samir Shabazz, aka Maurice Heath...
"You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! You're gonna have to kill some of their babies!"
Those were the words of Minister King Samir Shabazz, also known as Maurice Heath, the New Black Panther Party's Philadelphia leader.
Shabazz is the same man the Obama administration Department of Justice refused to prosecute after he was filmed on Election Day 2008 with Jerry Jackson wearing paramilitary uniforms, carrying a nightstick and blocking a doorway to a polling location to intimidate voters.
The following YouTube video posted by Naked Emperor News shows his statements during a National Geographic special on the New Black Panthers:
"I hate white people – all of them! Every last iota of a cracker, I hate 'em," Shabazz shouts into a megaphone on a crowded sidewalk. "Through South Street with white, dirty, cracker wh+ore [expletive] on our arms. And we call ourselves black men with African garb on."
Then Shabazz spotted a black man embracing a white woman.
"What the hell is wrong with you, black man?" he shouted into his megaphone. "You [inaudible] with a white girl on your damn arm!
"You want freedom? You're gonna have to kill some crackers! You're gonna have to kill some of their babies!"
In a 2008 interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sabazz said, "I'm about the total destruction of white people. I'm about the total liberation of black people. I hate white people. I hate my enemy. ..."
National Geographic describes the New Black Panther Party as "a militant hate group headquartered in Washington, D.C., that seeks to redefine the black struggle for equality and demand liberation from what it sees as white supremacy."
In the video clip above... New Black Panther Party member Minister King Samir Shabazz is shown intimidating voters with racial epithets. In another clip, he is shown screaming at individuals saying things like:
"I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracker I hate him...white, dirty cracker who-res...you're going to have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill some of their babies."
The individual standing next to Mr. Shabazz is Jerry Jackson. Very little has been mentioned about him, but last year, I posted images from Mr. Jackson's MySpace page (before his MySpace page was pulled offline) which shows Mr. Jackson to be just as vitriolic as Mr. Shabazz. Here is a sampling of what was on Mr. Jackson's page (**WARNING: OFFENSIVE CONTENT)
We keep begging white people for freedom! No wonder we are not free! Your enemy cannot make you free, fool! You want freedom, you're going to have to kill some crackers! You are going to have to kill some of their babies! Let us get our act together! (END VIDEO CLIP)
PHILLIPS: That is from a New Black Panther Party rally in Philadelphia.
New Black Panther Party defendant: ''You're going to have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill their babies'' ...Jul 7, 2010 ... Meet King Samir Shabazz of the New Black Panther Party. ... Every last iota of a cracker I hate him....... Narrator: Samir will use ... What's a matter with you black man, you got a doomsday with a white woman on your arm. ... have to kill some crackers. You're going to have to kill their babies'' ...
Meet the New Black Panther Eric Holder Dropped Charges Against... Jul 7, 2010 ... His name is "King Samir Shabazz" and he's speaking about white ... SHABAZZ: I hate white people. All of them! Every last iota of a cracker, I hate him! ... You're going to have kill some of their babies. ... Until they go out and kill some crackers the New Black Panthers are a bunch of pretenders. ...
Just what does the Nation of Islam believe?
Jun 9, 2010
The Nation of Islam(NOI), the New Black Panther Party(NBPP), and several other “black Muslim” groups preach racial supremacy, racial holy war against white people, and racial extermination as a RELIGIOUS BELIEF! ...
Nov 1, 2009 ... Shabazz's NBPP is a controversial black extremist party whose ... dumb and blind," referred to the "white racist government of ... The deceased chairman of the NBPP, Khallid Abdul Muhammad, is a former Nation of Islam ...
The NBPP is a controversial black extremist party whose leaders are notorious for their racist statements and for leading anti-white activism. Malik Zulu Shabazz, NBPP national chairman, who has given scores of speeches condemning "white men" and Jews, confirmed his organization's endorsement of Obama in a recent interview with WND.
"I think the way Obama responded to the attack on him and the attempt to sabotage his campaign shows true leadership and character. He had a chance to denounce his pastor and he didn't fall for the bait. He stood up and addressed real issues of racial discord," stated Shabazz.
Shabazz boasted he met Obama last March when the politician attended the 42nd anniversary of the voting rights marches in Selma, Ala.
"I have nothing but respect for Obama and for his pastor," said Shabazz, referring to Jeremiah Wright, Obama's pastor of nearly 20 years.
It is Wright's racially charged and anti-Israel remarks that were widely circulated this month, landing the presidential candidate in hot water and prompting Obama to deliver a major race speech in which he condemned Wright's comments but not the pastor himself.
Speaking to WND, Shabazz referred to Obama as a man with a "Muslim background, a man of color."
Shabazz's NBPP's official platform states "white man has kept us deaf, dumb and blind," refers to the "white racist government of America," demands black people be exempt from military service and uses the word "Jew" repeatedly in quotation marks.
Shabazz has led racially divisive protests and conferences, such as the 1998 Million Youth March in which a few thousand Harlem youths reportedly were called upon to scuffle with police officers and speakers demanded the extermination of whites in South Africa.
The NBPP chairman was quoted at a May 2007 protest against the 400-year celebration of the settlement of Jamestown, Va., stating, "When the white man came here, you should have left him to die."
He claimed Jews engaged in an "African holocaust," and he has promoted the anti-Semitic urban legend that 4,000 Israelis fled the World Trade Center just prior to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
When Shabazz was denied entry to Canada last May while trying to speak at a black action event, he blamed Jewish groups and claimed Canada "is run from Israel."
Canadian officials justified the action stating he has an "anti-Semitic" and "anti-police" record, but some reports blamed what was termed a minor criminal history for the decision to deny him entry.
He similarly blamed Jews for then-New York Mayor Rudi Giuliani's initial decision, later rescinded, against granting a permit for the Million Youth March.
The NBPP's deceased chairman, Khallid Abdul Muhammad, a former Nation of Islam leader who was once considered Louis Farrakhan's most trusted adviser, gave speeches referring to the "white man" as the "devil" and claiming that "there is a little bit of Hitler in all white people."
In a 1993 speech condemned by the U.S. Congress and Senate, Muhammad, lionized on the NBPP site, referred to Jews as "bloodsuckers," labeled the pope a "no-good cracker" and advocated the murder of white South Africans who would not leave the nation subsequent to a 24-hour warning.
All NBPP members must memorize the group's rules, such as that no party member "can have a weapon in his possession while drunk or loaded off narcotics or weed," and no member "will commit any crimes against other party members or black people at all."
The NBPP endorses Obama on its own page of the presidential candidate's official site that allows registered users to post their own blogs.
The group labels itself on Obama's site as representing "Freedom, Justice, and Peace for all of Mankind." It links to the official NBPP website, which contains what can be arguably regarded as hate material.
The NBPP previously endorsed Obama on the presidential candidate's site, but following publicity of that endorsement, the Obama campaign removed the NBPP posting.
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