Just one month after three members of the New Black Panther Party were cleared of any wrongdoing in a 2008 voter intimidation case, the organization’s chairman announced that the New Black Panthers aren’t done harassing people for no apparent reason.


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In a videotaped interview with Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher, NBPP Chairman Malik Zulu Shabazz said, “[Beck] can bring his Tea Party, and we’ll bring our party, and we’ll see Glenn Beck.”

Shabazz is referring to a rally that Beck will lead on August 28 at the Lincoln Memorial—the same day and place of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I have a dream” speech.

“Glenn Beck should not be allowed to have this rally,” Shabazz told Christopher. “Glenn Beck is a sneaky little devil, and he does sneaky things, and tries to portray that he’s really not the neo-racist that he really is. And for him to go and to secure the Lincoln Memorial on Dr. King’s birthday will meet not only opposition from civil rights leaders, but it’s going to meet direct opposition from the New Black Panther Party.”

In other words: Standing on the shoulders of giants is a privilege, not a right; the keepers of said privilege are separatist thugs, not visionaries.


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Such intimations of violence are rather commonplace among members of the National Black Panther Party. King Samir Shabazz, the chairman of the NBPP’s Philadelphia chapter and the subject of the aforementioned DOJ investigation, told National Geographic that considering all that white people had done to blacks, “there’s no reason why I should still be walking around in 2008 talking about, ‘Let us all fight the struggle together.’

Read More: By Mike Riggs, The Daily Caller


Here is a profile of the New Black Panther Movement done by National Geographic


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