Skip to comments.New Black Panthers Plan Massive Egypt-Style Protest & Boycott of ‘Non-Blacks’
Posted on 04/22/2011 5:59:41 PM PDT by Niuhuru
The New Black Panther Party, the racist and radical black power group, has a big day ahead of it this coming Saturday. According to its website, its planning a massive 60-city showdown. And the day of rage will include a protest of non-black businesses.
The group says its establishing a home base at an office building in Harlem, an area its modeling after revolutionary ground zero in Egypt.
The site goes on to explain why its rallying:
As in other revolutions, protests and uprisings going on around the earth, a showdown is looming for Saturday April 23rd as marchers with the National International Day of Action and Unity are furious and frustrated with New York officials blatant discrimination and denial of their constitutional and human right to rally and march. Marchers are marching and rallying in 60 cities around America and in London and Africa to demand justice for Black People and improvement in our conditions.
But rally might not be the best term for it. The group, rather, uses other words including confrontation, and says the protesters will use whatever action is necessary to relieve oppressive conditions against Blacks in New York and around the planet. And apparently the law doesnt matter: it will hold the event with or without a permit.
Those groups actions apparently include protests against whites. As part of the massive march on Saturday, the NBPP has also called on blacks to boycotts white businesses for the entire weekend:
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Whatever floats your boat, man.
What Good Can a Handgun Do Against An Army?
It doesn’t sound like just apartheid, but like going after whites and white owned businesses; “Egypt style” means of course a full scale riot and disrupting everything. I don’t know about the rest of the people who post on here, but it looks like it’ll be a heatwave this summer with the heat coming from burning buildings instead of a burning sun.
How much money are they trying to extort? Do they say?
This should just be a nail in the coffin for The Boy-Queen’s 2012 run.
No, but, it sounds like they’re getting antsy to intimidate whitey to keep Obama in the White House. They’re also likely itching for their race war of course and yet, they are the ones who are so eager to be hired by whites, live in white neighborhoods, and go to white schools.
W and 0 have packed the country with illegal Mexicans to render American Blacks irrelevant.
So I hope. It’ll be interesting, to say the least, living through a summer full of potential riots like the ones in the sixties and seventies.
Looks like black business is gonna be slow at Joseph A. Banks
How about a boycott of giving welfare and food stamps and affirmative action employment to nonwhites?
You have a perversely good point there.
What a buncha maroons.
You got that right. Between all the Mexicans, Asians and Pakies, the blacks continue to be a minority.
You can bet they are not going to “riot” in areas where the populace is armed. These people are thugs and cowards.
and I thought we bought them off with the monthly entitelment checks in the 60’s and 70’s...
WELFARE.... = No good deed goes unpunished!
i hope they burn down their own neighborhoods...urban renewal without tax dollars...GO FOR IT!!
“Itll be interesting...”
I remember DC burning! I was there.
I think this time it will be much much worse.
Let’s hope not. There seems to be a concerted effort by some groups to destabilize everything and everyone.
I’m okay with being boycotted by anyone who sees themselves as different rather than just as American. If that’s how they define themselves, then I hope it’s permanent.
“Theyre also likely itching for their race war...”
Has anyone ever bothered to discuss the concept of percentages with them?
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