Where’s AG as New Black Panthers Call for Bloody Race War?

According to an audio tape of a conference call hosted primarily by Michelle Williams and
Chawn Kweli, the New Black Panther’s chief of staff to discuss an April 9th
rally for Trayvon Martin, New Black Panthers’ leadership is calling for New
Black Panther members and supporters to get “suited, booted, and armed up for
(a) race war.”

Here’s a sample of the phone conference:

Williams: I just want to say to all the listeners on this phone call,
that if you are having any doubt about getting
suited, booted, and armed up for this race war that we’re in that has never
ended, let me tell you somethin…the thing that’s about to happen these
honkies, these crackers, these pigs, these people, these motherf*er…it has
been long overdue.”

Many more details, including an audio recording to be found here:

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/04/new_black_panthers_booted_suited_and_armed_for_coming_race_war.html#ixzz1rZ2eOanN

Why hasn’t Attorney General Eric Holder spoken out about not only this call
to arms in a “bloody” race war, but also the Wanted Dead or Alive posters
calling for vigilante action against George Zimmerman, that include a bounty of
thousands of dollars to be paid to whoever responds to that call for the capture
of George Zimmerman–dead or alive?
Why hasn’t the same Attorney General who is so quick to sue state
governments for their efforts to enforce the federal laws he refuses to enforce
remaining silent during this call to a race war?
Yorkshire has presented some compelling evidence on this blog that the
creation to such a jarring attack on society–such as the bloody race war that
is being encouraged by the New Black Panthers, who have already been the
beneficiaries of Eric Holder’s largesse when he refused to prosecute them for
voter intimidation in the 2008 presidential campaign–might very well play into
the campaign efforts of an increasingly desperate Barack Obama. A race war may
well cause such chaos in the country that Obama would feel justified to enact
the martial law his latest Executive Order would enable him to do. It is not
beyond the realm of believability that he would even “postpone” the election
until “order has been restored to the country.”

32 Comments

  1. This means Holder has a lot of ‘splainin to do. Breitbart’s O’keefe of ACORN fame went to Holder’s polling place in Washington Disease and was able to get Holder’s Ballot to Vote Last week. The Poll worker didn’t bat an eye and gave it to him. O’Keefe wanted to show his ID, the Poll worker said no bother, just vote. And Holder who is Black and corrupt is the one who is blocking Voter ID Laws, and O’Keefe asking for Holder’s ballot IS WHITE.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/04/08/DC-Polling-Place-Holder-Ballot

  2. Where is Eric Holder? Not in the voting booth! :)


    O’Keefe Voter Fraud Investigation: Young Man Offered Holder’s Ballot


    by Breitbart News

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has declared that there is no proof that in-person voter fraud is a problem. He’s about to see proof that even he can’t deny.

    In a new video (below) provided to Breitbart.com, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas demonstrates why Holder should stop attacking voter ID laws–by walking into Holder’s voting precinct and showing the world that anyone can obtain Eric Holder’s primary ballot. Literally.

    The video shows a young man entering a Washington, DC polling place at 3401 Nebraska Avenue, NW, on primary day of this year–April 3, 2012–and giving Holder’s name and address. The poll worker promptly offers the young man Holder’s ballot to vote.

    The young man then suggests that he should show his ID; the poll worker, in compliance with DC law, states: “You don’t need it. It’s all right. As long as you’re in here, you’re on our list, and that’s who you say you are, you’re okay.”

    More at the link. And the Department of Justice was spinning like mad:


    Holder’s DOJ: Evidence of Voter Fraud ‘Manufactured’


    by Ben Shapiro 1 hour ago

    The Department of Justice is in full-on spin mode over the James O’Keefe Project Veritas tape in which a young white man is offered Attorney General Eric Holder’s ballot. Desperate to prove that voter ID should not be presented in order to obtain a ballot, the DOJ fired back at O’Keefe and Project Veritas today, with a DOJ official telling tried-and-true media ally Talking Points Memo, “It’s no coincidence that these so-called examples of rampant voter fraud consistently turn out to be manufactured ones.”

    This is nonsensical. Obviously this wasn’t an actual case of voter fraud — O’Keefe and Project Veritas didn’t want to break the law. And obviously the situation is manufactured — it’s the only way to show that voter fraud is easy and plausible, since we presumably don’t know when voter fraud takes place. That, in fact, is the point of the video: that voter fraud in this way is virtually undetectable and bears almost zero risk.

    But the DOJ isn’t interested in the real point of the video. They know full well that voter fraud is simple when nobody has to show identification. They just don’t care, since they’re happy to watch political allies take advantage of the loopholes. Instead of targeting O’Keefe and Project Veritas for showing the American public the dangers of the current voter identification system, the Department of Justice and Holder are apparently interested only in preserving the absence of voter ID, no matter how many fraudulent ballots are actually cast.

  3. “Yorkshire has presented some compelling evidence on this blog that the creation to such a jarring attack on society–such as the bloody race war that is being encouraged by the New Black Panthers, who have already been the beneficiaries of Eric Holder’s largesse when he refused to prosecute them for voter intimidation in the 2008 presidential campaign–might very well play into the campaign efforts of an increasingly desperate Barack Obama. A race war may well cause such chaos in the country that Obama would feel justified to enact the martial law his latest Executive Order would enable him to do. It is not beyond the realm of believability that he would even “postpone” the election until “order has been restored to the country.””

    Uh-huh. A wingnut faux-tantrum over a non-event is now being used as the basis for a conspiracy theory about postponing elections.

    This blog has passed the event horizon for wingnut stupidity.

  4. This blog has passed the event horizon for wingnut stupidity.

    If that is the case, PIATOR, then my best advice for you is to get out before you get sucked under with this blog.

    Of course, since that is not the case, and you are indeed a self-professed troll, you will not leave. Because you have more moron bombs to throw (since that is all your intellectual capacity allows you to have).

  5. Black Panther thugs threaten white voters at the polls on election day 2008, and Eric Holder lets them walk free.

    Black Panther thugs put a bounty on George Zimmerman’s head and back it up with a Wanted Dead or Alive poster, and Eric Holder looks the other way.

    Black Panther thugs alert their stormtroopers to prepare for a race war against whites, and Eric Holder hides under his desk.

    fixed 2008

  6. ropelight says:
    April 9, 2012 at 17:20

    Black Panther thugs threaten white voters at the polls on election day 2008, and Eric Holder lets them walk free.

    Black Panther thugs put a bounty on George Zimmerman’s head and back it up with a Wanted Dead or Alive poster, and Eric Holder looks the other way.

    Black Panther thugs alert their stormtroopers to prepare for a race war against whites, and Eric Holder hides under his desk.


    Rope, you mean hiding like this?

    2008 fixed

  7. The following excerpt if from Matthew Boyle’s article at The Daily Caller, 4/9/12.

    Zimmerman family challenges Holder on New Black Panthers, says no arrest ‘based solely on your race’

    …The family member believes the reason Holder hasn’t made those arrests is because he, like the members of the New Black Panther Party, is black.

    “I am writing you to ask you why, when the law of the land is crystal clear, is your office not arresting the New Black Panthers for hate crimes?” the family member wrote to Holder.

    “The Zimmerman family is in hiding because of the threats that have been made against us, yet the DOJ has maintained an eerie silence on this matter. These threats are very public. If you haven’t been paying attention just do a Google search and you will find plenty. Since when can a group of people in the United States put a bounty on someone’s head, circulate Wanted posters publicly, and still be walking the streets?”

    The New Black Panthers have issued ultimatums to the Sanford authorities, saying they want Zimmerman arrested “dead or alive.” They have placed a bounty on Zimmerman’s head, and have called for the building of an army of vigilantes to track him down and effect a citizen’s arrest.

    Most recently, the New Black Panther Party has called for violence.

    In a conference call recorded over the weekend, the militant group said it planned to “suit up and boot up” and prepare for the next stages of the “race war.”

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/09/zimmerman-family-challenges-holder-on-new-black-panthers-says-no-arrests-based-solely-on-your-race/#ixzz1rdeqg8k5

    [Edited to supply missing tags, no other changes were made -- JH]

  8. Thanks Hitch, could you also fix my post @17:20 on the 9th? Election day was in 2008 not 2009. York copied my comment and so the error was repeated. Much obliged.

  9. Why would a 19-year-old in Tulsa, Oklahoma enlist the help of another man and set out to randomly shoot five people? How does that relate to the AG? Obviously, there were a couple of screws loose–no question about that–but what event or events set those horrendous acts into motion? Could it possibly be the national outrage, including a personalized speech to the world by the President of the United States, about an event in Sanford, Florida, in which a black man was killed by a so-deemed white Hispanic, but as yet, no charges have been filed? What would that nationalized event have to do with the Tulsa, Oklahoma murders?

    Perhaps there are some answers to be found in this. In 2010, with the backing of Eric Holder’s US Department of Justice, the Black (Police) Officers Coalition reached a settlement the Tulsa Police Department and the City of Tulsa, over charges of racial discrimination. The settlement was reached in April of 2010, almost concurrently with the killing of a white man named Carl England by a black man. Carl England was the father of the confessed killer, Jake England, the 19-year-old. No charges were brought against the black man. In spite of conflicting witness reports, the DA deemed the killing as self-defense and the shooter, who is now in prison for assorted other crimes, was not charged.

    At the time, a few questioned the decision of the DA not to press charges against the known felon who admitted to shooting Jake England’s father–but the case was apparently not important enough to be newsworthy for long, except, of course, to the teenage son of the murdered man. One thing is unquestioned, though: The Tulsa Police Department and the DA did not want to create any more anger among black citizens at that point and it seems, at least, that the DA chose to accept the “self defense” witness reports and to reject the “murder” reports at that delicate time in racial negotiations. The case was dropped with almost no investigation beyond the witness interviews.

    It is impossible to know, perhaps, but there is talk in local circles that the Trayvon Martin killing that has “inspired” calls for retributive justice, a presidential speech, and the apparent approval (by his silence) of the Attorney General as the New Black Panthers advertise a bounty for Martin’s killer “dead or alive,” drove Jake England over the edge. Why was Trayvon Martin’s life more important in the eyes of the federal government than his own father’s had been?

    There is NO justification for the shooting spree last Friday in Tulsa. There is, however, perhaps an explanation of what may have driven one of the shooters to the point of thinking he was avenging his father’s death. No one is siding with either killer, but who knows what was going on in the convoluted mind of that 19-year-old?

  10. Gretchen, your comment is thought provoking. I’m unfamiliar with the details of the elder England’s death, however if that was indeed the motivation for the recent killing spree, then we have reached the point where individuals who have lost confidence in the evenhanded administration of justice have reverted to ancient methods for extracting revenge, not on the initial offender, but on any member of the offender’s tribe.

    The anthropological record is full of such examples.

  11. Ropelight, while I agree with your analytical determination based on the information we have (and Gretchen, being an Okie, would have much more of the local information than we), and I agree with your analytical determination of such outcomes from said mindsets due to obvious political correctness issues (and anytime another word has to be placed in front of “correct”, it makes “correct” incorrect), I also agree that such actions, however rational, are wholly unacceptable in civilized society. However, there is also no room in civilized society for anti-Providence 100-million-plus-murdering Socialism, as espoused by Obama, Dohrn, Ayers, Chavez, Castro, the convicted terrorist bomber of Indianapolis who is busily attacking Patterico, et al.

  12. Hitch, civil societies are defined, in significant measure, by general adherence to the rule of law. When individuals can no longer trust that civil authorities will faithfully punish the guilty, they often fall back on methods for extracting revenge which predate civilization.

    It’s what the racist Panthers did when they put a bounty on George Zimmerman’s head, and it may well be the motivation for England’s recent murder spree.

    Such acts are certainly not civilized behavior, but human history has a great many chapters written well before men gathered in cities and agreed to forgo direct retaliation in response to transgressions in favor of allowing third party authorities to adjudicate matters.

  13. “Hitch, civil societies are defined, in significant measure, by general adherence to the rule of law. When individuals can no longer trust that civil authorities will faithfully punish the guilty, they often fall back on methods for extracting revenge which predate civilization.”

    Exactly, ropelight, and this is what started all these protests regarding how poorly the Sanford PD appears to have handled the Zimmerman case. The Black Panther follow-up is a very unfortunate next development. I think the Holder Justice Department will step up, as well as local authorities, because these threats cannot go on without law enforcement intervention.

    “Gretchen, your comment is thought provoking. I’m unfamiliar with the details of the elder England’s death, however if that was indeed the motivation for the recent killing spree, then we have reached the point where individuals who have lost confidence in the evenhanded administration of justice have reverted to ancient methods for extracting revenge, not on the initial offender, but on any member of the offender’s tribe.”

    I agree about Gretchen’s excellent of the Tulsa problem. But I must point out that in both this and the Trayvon Martin cases, there were triggering events which occurred. In the Tulsa case, there was the earlier murder of the suspects father by a white man. In the case of Trayvon, there was the Stand Your Ground law which empowered the armed Zimmerman. Racial issues continue to run deep in our country!

  14. Perry, Freudian slip? You got your races mixed up (second to last sentence). Gretchen specified that it was a black man who killed England’s father.

  15. Additionally, Perry, I disagree with your contention: this is what started all these protests regarding how poorly the Sanford PD appears to have handled the Zimmerman case.

    Protesters, including the establishment media, rushed to judgment, rashly convicted Zimmerman of stalking and murdering Martin in cold blood, falsified evidence to support their manufactured narrative, attempted to incite a racial conflagration without waiting for the governor’s special investigator to examine the situation and come to a decision whether or not to prosecute Zimmerman.

    That was straight up criminal behavior, it was directed at an individual who in entitled to the presumption of innocence and who is presently in hiding with a price on his head.

  16. Thanks for the correction, ropelight.

    I agree, there was a rush to judgment, but it was due to the fact that Zimmerman was not arrested. And then it also turned out that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and his clothes were not kept as evidence. Therefore, I would blame poor police performance on being the trigger for the rush to judgment.

  17. Hey, Wagonwheel, why not blame yourself for rushing headlong into judgment when you didn’t and still don’t have all (or much of any) evidence? And you maintain your headlong rush to judgment despite massive, multiple warnings not to do so, and despite massive, multiple evidences that the radical Leftist (that’s you) headlong rushes to judgment in the past have been dead wrong, wrong, wrong, WRONG, WRONG!!!!

    Do I have to name the radical Leftist and criminally insane whackjob who shot the Arizona member of the House while every radical Leftist nutjob (which includes the Mainstream Media) accused Sarah Palin? Do I have to name the Barack Obama loving absolutely insane radical Leftist who murdered those college professors down in Georgia where the radical Leftist nutjobs blamed Conservatives? Do I need to mention the insane Socialist/Communist who flew his private plane into a building housing the IRS that the radical Leftist nutjobs were quick to blame on Conservatives? Do I need to mention the convicted felon and Leftist in Pittsburgh that was legally prohibited from possessing, much less owning, a gun that went on a shooting frenzy that the radical, unhinged Left (that would be you) accused on Conservatives?

    When will you radical Leftist Socialist/Communist Constitution-hating personally irresponsible nutjobs (that would be you) actually take any sort of personal responsibility for your actions?

    You have already declared some victim of a bully cannot use instantaneous overwhelming force and then walk away without being declared the owner of a violence gene, but a black man who supposedly had someone merely “invade his space” can pulverize someone to within an inch of his life (provided the victim of the black man is sufficiently white) without having a supposed violence gene. How much criminal activity from your favored types will you permit before you declare your favored types to actually be, you know, criminals and a danger to society?

    Hypocrite!!!!

  18. John Hitchcock says:
    April 10, 2012 at 16:20

    Hey, Wagonwheel, why not blame yourself for rushing headlong into judgment when you didn’t and still don’t have all (or much of any) evidence? And you maintain your headlong rush to judgment despite massive, multiple warnings not to do so, and despite massive, multiple evidences that the radical Leftist (that’s you) headlong rushes to judgment in the past have been dead wrong, wrong, wrong, WRONG, WRONG!!!!

    Perry’s like an arsonist tsk-tsking the fire he has ignited, while blaming others for allowing him the freedom to go crazy.

  19. Perry wrote, …it was due to the fact that Zimmerman was not arrested. And then it also turned out that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and his clothes were not kept as evidence. Therefore, I would blame poor police performance on being the trigger for the rush to judgment.

    Except Zimmerman was arrested, taken to police HQ, and questioned for 6 hours. The police then recommended he be charged with manslaughter, but the prosecutors decided there was insufficient evidence to press charges at that time, but left it open for charges at a later date.

    What would have been the authorization to test Zimmerman’s blood? Police just can’t draw blood without a specific and compelling reason, to do so would have been a violation of Zimmerman’s rights. And what do his clothes have do do with anything?

    You’re grasping at straws in an attempt to blame the police. Are you actually saying that the lack of a blood test and failure to collect Zimmerman’s clothes constitute justification for the hate filled lynch mob calling for Zimmerman’s head.

  20. Perry wrote: …it was due to the fact that Zimmerman was not arrested. And then it also turned out that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and his clothes were not kept as evidence. Therefore, I would blame poor police performance on being the trigger for the rush to judgment.

    I am not sure where Perry got that information, but I did see a similar comment made today on the MSNBC web site. Not unlike many of the rumors that are being spread by media sources and armchair detectives, the rumor that Mr. Zimmerman’s clothing was not collected for analysis was dispelled along with a number of other rumors on March 27 by the Orlando Sentinel.

    Sanford police failed to collect key evidence in the case: the clothing of George Zimmerman, the gunman who killed Trayvon.

    Not true, police said. They took his clothing as well as Trayvon’s and packaged it for crime-lab analysis. A spokeswoman for Special Prosecutor Angela Corey would not disclose Tuesday where the clothing is now, but she wrote in an email that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement “is assisting with the processing of physical evidence.”

    Typically, evidence from Seminole County crime scenes is analyzed at the FDLE lab in Orlando.

    http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2012-03-27/news/os-trayvon-martin-question-answer-20120327_1_special-prosecutor-angela-corey-medical-examiner-releases-bodies

    If you check the link above, you will find other rumors that have been proven to be incorrect, but some of which are still being spread, either through ignorance of the facts or because the rumors feed into the need to continue the story that is being perpetuated by those who have a vested interest in creating a justification for the race war the New Black Panthers’ recording seems to be promoting.

  21. You know, I am sick of this state. I came here from out west, where a white woman can walk up to a group of black men outside a store and ask for directions without some weird ‘black anger’ or ‘hey baby you like you some chocolate, don’t you?’

    I sympathize with the mother for her loss of her son, as just that: a mother, with a son. Do I sympathize with ‘The Black Community’ in this state? Nope. Can’t even muster it up after this description.

    This white devil is running ice water in the veins you can see right through her pink skin.

  22. “If you check the link above, you will find other rumors that have been proven to be incorrect, but some of which are still being spread, either through ignorance of the facts or because the rumors feed into the need to continue the story that is being perpetuated by those who have a vested interest in creating a justification for the race war the New Black Panthers’ recording seems to be promoting.”

    We look forward to Perry’s forthright admission that he was recklessly spreading yet another falsehood.

  23. WW wrote:

    Exactly, ropelight, and this is what started all these protests regarding how poorly the Sanford PD appears to have handled the Zimmerman case.

    and:

    I agree, there was a rush to judgment, but it was due to the fact that Zimmerman was not arrested. And then it also turned out that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and his clothes were not kept as evidence. Therefore, I would blame poor police performance on being the trigger for the rush to judgment.

    After which Gretchen noted, complete with a reference, that Mr Zimmermanm’s clothing was taken for testing. And we have all seen the photographs of Mr Zimmerman having been taken to the police station, in handcuffs, for questioning; that means he was under arrest. From the Miami Herald:

    SANFORD — Despite public claims that there wasn’t enough probable cause to make a criminal case in the Trayvon Martin killing, early in the investigation the Sanford Police Department requested an arrest warrant from the Seminole County State Attorney’s office, the special prosecutor in the case told The Miami Herald on Tuesday.

    A Sanford Police incident report shows the case was categorized as “homicide/negligent manslaughter.”

    The state attorney’s office held off pending further review, The Miami Herald has learned.

    The Miami Gardens high school junior was killed Feb. 26 by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer. The 28-year-old insurance underwriter and college student was never charged, triggering a nationwide crusade on the dead teen’s behalf.

    Asked to confirm that the police recommended a manslaughter charge, special prosecutor Angela Corey said: “I don’t know about that, but as far as the process I can tell you that the police went to the state attorney with a capias request, meaning: ‘We’re through with our investigation and here it is for you.’ The state attorney impaneled a grand jury, but before anything else could be done, the governor stepped in and asked us to pick it up in mid-stream.”

    A capias is a request for charges to be filed.

    The Seminole County State Attorney’s Office declined to comment on whether its prosecutors ever recommended against filing charges.

    It seems to me that Wagonwheel has taken a judgement based on incorrect information. He thought that Mr Zimmerman’s clothing was not collected for testing; it was. He thought that Mr Zimmerman was not arrested; he was.

    That has been the problem with this highly public case all along: people have been taking judgements, from afar, without knowing the facts! I don’t even blame Wagonwheel: there has been so much stuff out there, much from biased sources, that anyone could be misinformed.

    Now, I’ll ask the question of Wagonwheel directly: given that the police did all of the things you thought they did not, do you wish to retract your statement blaming the Sanford Police Department for “poor police performance?”

  24. Salt wrote:

    Do I sympathize with ‘The Black Community’ in this state? Nope. Can’t even muster it up after this description.

    Deception by whom? It’s taken a while, but we’ve shown that Wagonwheel, a thorough liberal, has been pretty badly misinformed on what actually happened. And WW is an intelligent man, who reads a lot. It simply turned out that he was not reading the right things.

    Now, if WW can be misled, if he can get the wrong information, because so much false stuff has been spread around out there, is it really surprising that the whole “Black Community,” not all of whom are able to pay as much attention to the news as WW can, could be taking their decisions based on bad information?

    That’s why it has been my position, all along, that we, as outsiders, cannot take an informed judgement on this case, because we simply do not have the information needed to take a reasonable and informed decision. What actually happened at the scene is in dispute, but even the clear facts which can be known — the fact that Mr Zimmerman’s clothing was tested, and the fact that he was arrested, and the fact that it was the state’s attorney, not the police, who decided that charges could not reasonably be brought at that time — are being disputed/ are unknown/ are being deliberately hidden by biased demagogues.

  25. “Now, I’ll ask the question of Wagonwheel directly: given that the police did all of the things you thought they did not, do you wish to retract your statement blaming the Sanford Police Department for “poor police performance?””

    I do stand corrected on the arrest and the clothes. I continue to be disturbed that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and, that he was not charged with a crime. Being charged and brought before a court of law was the right thing to have done, in my view, because we had a person shot dead. DNW’s careful dissection of the facts and the theories notwithstanding, he knows well that justice was not done in this case.

    Moreover, had Zimmerman been brought to justice, I doubt if we would have had the push back from the black community and others which, under the circumstances, was not at all a surprise, in fact, it was exactly that which the situation demanded, in my view.

  26. SINP writes

    I do stand corrected on the arrest and the clothes. I continue to be disturbed that Zimmerman’s blood was not tested, and, that he was not charged with a crime. Being charged and brought before a court of law was the right thing to have done, in my view, because we had a person shot dead. DNW’s careful dissection of the facts and the theories notwithstanding, he knows well that justice was not done in this case.

    Yeah, still more has fallen from what SINP continued to think about this case, yet justice still hasn’t been done. How does he know this? He just does. Even though DNW has taken apart all the facts of the case, this doesn’t matter. Because SINP knows justice hasn’t been done! You hear? JUSTICE STILL HASN’T BEEN DONE! SINP KNOWS THIS, DAMMIT!

  27. These tragedies are being exploited by the government to enact strict gun control laws, because US citizens have an unfortunate tendency to defend themselves. They’re blowing up small-town murders and giving the police military hardware; they’re gearing up for martial law! If you still don’t believe me, take a look at http://www.martiallawusa.com… All the proof is there!

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