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Black supremacist in Tulsa rally, preach it’s time to ‘kill everything white in sight’ as revenge

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While the Biden administration is preoccupied with a war on domestic terrorism, fueled by the mythical threat of white supremacy, and the FBI is busy chasing down “insurrectionists” who were supposedly trying to overthrow the government, extremist groups exist in America.

Included among those groups are black nationalists who boldly declare in a public setting that the time will come when “black Americans will kill everything white in sight.” A threat that was roundly ignored by the media establishment.

The National Black Power Convention was held over the weekend in Tulsa, Okla., to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Black Wall Street Massacre. Events included a Second Amendment March for Reparations, with many participants exercising their right to open carry.

(There is a curious trend seen on the left where some seemingly exercise their Second Amendment rights in hopes of drawing protests from the right. Instead, they’re often met with encouragement.)

A disturbing video making the rounds online captures a speech from a man some see as a “black supremacist,” purportedly being given in Tulsa on Saturday.

“We’re pushing death to white supremacy. Death to capitalism. Death to imperialism. And death to fascism,” the unidentified man with a bullhorn said. “We are pushing an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a head for a head and a life for a life.”

The man cites white supremacy to tell the crowd they were brought to America to pick cotton to make white men rich. He goes on to talk about revolution in “the hood,” and defending themselves.

“Once they die, we must understand that we can never give them the pain that they gave us,” he continued. “So once they get buried… once they are buried, we must bury them, dig them up and kill them again. Bury them. Dig them up. And kill them again.”

The crowd cheered enthusiastically.

Encouraged, the black man’s racist rhetoric gets darker and more violent. Much more violent.

“Because that time will come when there’s a rat-a-tat-tat,” he said. “Black Americans will kill everything white in sight.”

He ranted on about a “black nation” and giving “crackers hell, from the cradle to the grave.”

“Goddamn right!” a man in the crowd cries out.

The weekend’s theme seemed to center on fighting, as seen from Malik Z. Shabazz, national president of Black Lawyers for Justice, who was the keynote speaker at the convention.

“The 100-year anniversary of the Black Wall Street Holocaust is a rallying cry to all blacks that we must fight on every front to protect the legal and human rights of our people and we must unite and organize with a zealous fierceness never witnessed before,” Shabazz said, according to PR Newswire.

The organizers also talked about fighting — particularly for reparations.

“The struggle for Reparations must be escalated,” organizers said in a release, KTUL FOX25 reported. “We must fight on every front to achieve redress and Reparations for the atrocities committed upon Tulsa Massacre descendants; and we must intensify the fight to achieve Reparations for all 40-million Blacks still grossly affected by racism, inequality, wealth disparity, police brutality and the like. Tulsa will mark a new beginning in the upgraded fight for Reparations for Black people.”

“We have to take a much stronger approach toward Reparations,” said co-leader Nick Bezzel. “We are tired of begging. Our ancestors deserve nothing less than our strongest efforts.”

Here’s a list of the organizations represented in Tulsa, according to KTUL:

  • The Huey P Newton Gun Club (HPNGC)
  • The Elmer Geronimo Pratt Gun Club (EGPGC)
  • The New Black Panther Party for Self- Defense (NBPP)
  • The Fred Hampton Gun Club (FHGC)
  • The New Black Liberation Militia (NBLM)
  • The Panther Special Operations Command (PANSOC)
  • ANUBIS

 

Tom Tillison

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