The second amendment is one that we treasure and protect but when it comes to this hate speech, the hammer of justice must be brought down.
The former national chairman of the New Black Panther Party and current national president of Black Lawyers for Justice, Malik Zulu Shabazz said 2015 is the time to “build up that army” and go “to the gun range.”
“And Mister Malcolm X, he consistently teaches us self-defense,” Shabazz said. “The most honorable Elijah Muhammad continuously teaches us self-defense. The honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey teaches us self-defense, and we know, our leader and our teacher the honorable Khalid Abdul Muhammad teaches us self-defense. What am I saying? Right now it’s time to build up that army. Right now it’s time for us to build up those corps, those troops. It’s time to get strong. It’s time for lifting weights and working out and going to the gun range and all of that.”
He also warned that police officers could very well be killed in the months ahead, reported by Examiner.com
“Sadly because America won’t do justice to black people, more and more people are going to lose balance and go off, and so we’re going to have funerals. Mike Brown gonna have funerals, Eric Garner in New York,” Shabazz said. “All over the country, we’re having our funerals, but now they must put on their dress blues and have their funerals, too. It’s a helluva day in this hour,” he added.
Shabazz continued his race-baiting rhetoric stating some people were “tired” of what is going on, and will “be killin’ people” in 2015. “Police officers are gonna be killed as a result” of black people being killed, however, these future perpetrators have no connection to the New Black Panther Party,” he added.
The New Black Panther Party has been sought the public eye in the Trayvon Martin incident and the Michael Brown killing which occurred in Ferguson, M.O. It incited violence and even had two of its members arrested for allegedly trying to purchase explosives for which they denied and claimed a frame-up, according to the Washington Times.
Courtesy of Biz Pac Review