Skip to comments.VIDEO: Black Panther Threatens Student Activist for Passing Out Constitutions
Posted on 09/26/2011 9:06:31 AM PDT by oliverdarcy
Are students that promote the black panther ideology and the Office of Diversity in league together at the University of Minnesota - Duluth (UMD)?
It would would appear so in the video below. The events took place last week as one young man, Phil Cleary, handed out pocket Constitutions on campus in honor of Constitution Day. He had a table with literature promoting Youth for Western Civilization, a group dedicated to traditional values and western civilization, and engaged in students and faculty passing by.
Then, the leftists showed up to heckle.
The young man in the video, Blair Jordon Moses, threatened to "exercise" his 2nd amendment rights if he perceived that there was any kind of threat to the Multicultural Center. He did not define what a threat would constitute but suggested that the existence of the group Youth for Western Civilization would count.
Blair was wearing a pin on his jacket picturing Huey P. Newton carying a gun. For those of you who don't know, Newton was a founder of the Black Panthers. The Black Panthers is a violent and ethnocentric organization that promotes racial divides and anti-American rhetoric.
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Just another one of Holder’s people.
I’m wondering why the university is bringing gang members on campus.
Looks like just a regular old multicultural college experience. This is how it usually goes these days, I thought?
If the Black Panthers ever had to face a real militia, they’d slink away with their pussy cat tails tucked between their legs.
Thanks for the post.
I wish more Freepers joined/subscribed-to the orgs/newletters/blogs dedicated to exposing the assault on our Liberty that is a rampant virus, and standard operating process, on most of our college campuses.
It is one thing to simply know and understand this kind of thing is going on.
But, arguments against this kind of thing are most effective when facts are used; when you have the facts. That only takes place by being informed.
There are none so ignorant as college-age kids. Yes, even those on our side.
Yeah....like here. LOL! This vid is epic!
If the Black Panthers ever face a real militia,they will be leaving in rubber bags.
Here is the punk’s Facebook page-charming..
“BOO! BOOOOO! BOOOOOOOOOOOO!”
That was my reaction, too. Don’t these kids have homework? Bong loads? Case of Pabst Blue Ribbon? Reruns of the Man show? Something?
Duluth is a pretty liberal town — lotta union contamination there — but I doubt the Black Panthers would get much support if they started beating up white kids from the suburbs.
Time for the Department of Just Us to intervene to protect the poor NBP people from this kind of racism. Everyone knows that the authors of the Constitution were all slave-holders and that the Constitution was drawn up purely to enshrine this racism.
The Black Panther supporter was almost as physically intimidating as Barack Obama himself...
Hope Phil’s response was:
Ping to watch later
“The Black Panther supporter was almost as physically intimidating as Barack Obama himself...”
Those creepy purple fingers kind of scare me.
The Constitution is no good, says a Black Panther who is ironically threatening a Conservative student “to use his Second Amendment Right” because the student is distributing copies of the Constitution on Constitution Day.
I thought Black Panther said that the Constitution is no good. He denied the threat in the next breath!
Its the obvious continued intimidation “training” for Communists, labor, Black Panthers and H0lder’s people flash mobs to get ready when the time comes. I believe summer ‘12 would be their timeline.
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