Thursday, April 30, 2015

Subversive Abets Violent Upheaval

The former head of the New Black Panther Party Malik Shabazz insisted that the young hooligans tossing bricks and setting things ablaze still need to be extended love.

But what of the property owners that were not involved in the death of Freddie Gray?

And what of the White race whom Malik Shabazz in the past has threatened violence against?

In his observations of the Baltimore riots, Malik Shabazz proudly remarked how the rampagers reminded him of the Palestinians.

That comment is quite instructive.

If one is going to make favorable comparisons with that particular insurgency movement, just what other aspects of that worldview will you have incorporated into that of your own?

This is especially a concern if you are going to view the police and national guard as an occupying force as played by Israel in that particular narrative.

For you see, revolutionary Palestinianism holds as a fundamental principle that its adherents will not rest until every last Jew is driven into the sea.

Does Shabazz hold to a similar presupposition advocating that similar things be done to Americans that, to paraphrase President Obama's own words, don't look like Trayvon?

Furthermore, it should be noted that Shabazz wasn't simply making idle conversation to prevent an awkward broadcast silence.

According to Wikipedia, the following quote is attributed to this esteemed rhetorician. “Kill every GD Zionist in Israel: GD little babies, GD old ladies. Blow up Zionist supermarkets.”

In light of the violence erupting in American cities, are you sure that your infatuation with tolerance and diversity will protect you from this outright subversive and aspiring terrorist?

By Frederick Meekins

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