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Monday, July 12, 2010


On May 29th, New Black Panther Party (NBPP) leader Malik Zulu Shabazz was dressed in some sort of flowing robe and introduced that other Shabazz - King Samir - to the audience. Remember that when Malik was asked by both Megyn Kelly and Geraldo Rivera about Samir being a racist, he demurred and said he doesn't know what Samir thinks. As you allow that to incubate, have a listen to Malik tell this audience that Samir goes with him wherever he goes. It's quite obvious Malik holds the same views.

The fact that he didn't object here as Samir spewed hatred for "Cracker Police" only provides further evidence of it - as if you needed anymore.

Malik, you and your group are being outed right before your eyes.


via Naked Emperor News


The 23rd Congressional District here in Texas claims more than two thirds of our state's border with Mexico so the notion that its congressman would be a Democrat isn't all that shocking. That he is also an adamant defender of Obamacare isn't shocking either. However, in a meeting with constituents at a restaurant, Rep. Ciro Rodriquez (D-TX) seemed excessively offended by what he perceived to be an accusation that he is a liar.

Thou doth protest too much, Mr. Rodriguez? Here is the map of District 23.

Via Big Government


Actually, this story was published by the Washington Times on July 31st, 2009 but in light of recent events surrounding the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) case, it's taking on added significance. Until now, King Samir Shabazz has been the larger focus - he's the guy who, on election day 2008, wielded the night stick. He's also the one caught on tape advocating the murder of white people and their babies. But what about that other poll watcher? The taller Panther without the night stick is Jerry Jackson.

What King Samir said for the National Geographic cameras in January of 2009 about killing "crackers" and "their babies", Jackson apparently said on his MySpace page.

Via the Washington Times:
Mr. Jackson's MySpace page still lists one of his main "general interests" as "Killing Crakkkas." Four days after the Justice Department dropped the complaint against Mr. Jackson, he again was named an official election poll watcher for the Democratic primary in Philadelphia's municipal election. How convenient.
Until now, Samir Shabazz has been getting far more attention but Jerry Jackson may be getting dragged into the fray as well. That can't be good news for NBPP leader Malik Zulu Shabazz.

Via Gateway Pundit, it appears Jackson has been reinstated as a Democratic poll watcher.

Check out this video of Rick Levanthal of Fox News interviewing Jerry Jackson on November 4th, 2008 after King Samir left. This is definitely worth watching. To see the exchange between Levanthal and Black Panther Jerry Jackson, fast forward to the 2:50 mark. It's rather entertaining.


Definitely an interview worth watching. Geraldo confronts New Black Panther Party Leader Malik Zulu Shabazz, going toe to toe for twenty minutes. When Rivera asks Shabazz about the other Shabazz - King Samir - and his exhorting black people to kill white people and their babies, Malik defends Samir as his brother. Geraldo then asks him how he can stand with someone who believes that. Malik's response is that he's more concerned about saving black babies. It should be obvious to anyone that Malik believes as Samir does but doesn't view it as expedient to express those beliefs. The fact that Malik is not repulsed by those words confirms it.

Remember what Glenn Beck quotes from Van Jones' now infamous line: "Drop the radical pose for the radical ends." Malik understands this and knows King Samir forgot to drop that radical pose. The fact that Malik still considers Samir a "brother" and part of his organization speaks volumes as well.

One other note about Malik. There is a video of him that surfaced on July 8th claiming there is a conspiracy at Fox News to keep him off that network. Since then, he's appeared on both Megyn Kelly's show and now Geraldo - both on Fox.

If there's one critique of Geraldo's performance, it's his defense of Al Sharpton but otherwise, he did an excellent job in this interview.




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