Finally! The ONLY Proper Solution vs PoliceState Tyranny Activated: An Armed BLACK Citizen Patrol to police the Police!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Thu, 08/21/2014 - 02:14
Not just black, but EVERY American community
should must do this; our very survival may depend on it! Something I've been expecting for some time: bravo brothas, bravo! But of course, the rabidly hoplophobic leftists will still call it "racist":
Huey P. Newton Gun Club and Black Panthers march on MLK Blvd.
Published on Aug 20, 2014
Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014. Protesting police brutality and raising awareness of Second-Amendment rights.
So... okay, teaming up with the NEW Black Panthers (?? the articles only refer to them as "Black Panthers" which I'd assume is the NEW, 'cause any semblance of the O.G. Black Panthers went the way of the DoDo, a long time ago), should always raise a RED FLAG, as they're known to be Fed COINTELPRO, that said... aside from the ye ol 1960's socially engineered "Black Liberation Theology"-invoke-y "Black Power!" & 'militant'-collectivist chant nonsense, suppose they're off to an okay start.
Hey, whatever floats their boat; as long as they respect ANY soul from any self-identified voluntary group to be able to freely organize, to do the same, and not vilify or seek to trample other open-carry groups, or citizen patrols or militia, we cool.
Had to be Texas, baby! They even rightfully deployed the apt term/phrase: "police terrorism!" Though the ever anti-statist AnCap in me compels me to label it all for what it really is: "Govt Terrorism/Govt Terrorist"... a term/phrase that I've been trying to make viral for the longest! xD
Anyway, hope it's not COINTEL, but a genuine organic grassroots group!
Elizabeth Nolan Brown|Aug. 20, 2014 11:20 pm
In Texas, blacks are protesting police violence in a particularly Southwestern way: By invoking their right to open carry. On Wednesday, more than 30 members of the newly-formed Huey P. Newton Gun Club gathered to march through South Dallas with rifles, shotguns, and AR-15s. The group eventually entered a restaurant with their weapons while Dallas police officers were inside eating lunch.
"The recent murders of unarmed black, brown, and whites across the United States of America has eradicated trust in the police," the gun club's website states.
Their official website's full press release: http://about.me/hueyp_newton
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 17, 2014
The recent murders of unarmed black, brown, and whites across the United States of America has eradicated trust in the police. Individuals across this nation have been stripped of due process, subjected to state-sponsored police terrorism, and continue to suffer the fate of being terminated extra-judicially.
In Dallas the police have murdered over 70 unarmed individuals, most of the black and brown men, over the last ten years. Excluding a recent incident where police testimony was contradicted by surveillance footage, there have been no indictments since 1973.
The people, who are gunned down and murdered by violent and militarized police forces, have formed the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, for the specifc purpose of self defense and community policing.
In response, Black and Brown residents of the City of Dallas will conduct the first of an ongoing and necessary armed self defense patrols through our communities in the coming week.
We, the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, hereby put forth the following non-negotiable demands and promote these conditions for the protection of our communities:
1. We demand the immediate end to police brutality, harassment, and murder of the people.
2. We assert the right of the people, particularly those of color, to bear arms and protect themselves where local, state, and the federal government have historically failed to do so.
3. We demand that the media, in coordination with police, cease immediately assassinating the character of victims subject to police terrorism.
For more information regarding the upcoming armed self defense patrol in Dallas, TX. contact the Huey P. Newton Gun Club at:
Protestors, Armed With Assault Weapons, March In Dallas
August 20, 2014 5:25 PM
DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – In some regards, it was a provocative and potentially dangerous mixed message: protestors armed with assault weapons simultaneously calling for an end to police shootings—while also advocating self-defense.
“Black people have a right to self-defense and self-determination,” insisted Huey Freeman. “We want to be proactive.”
Freeman and about three dozen others calling themselves the ‘Huey P. Newton Gun Club’, after one of the founders of the original Black Panther party, marched and chanted for about an hour through south Dallas Wednesday.
Here's another blurb on them:
Citizen Patrol Aims to Defend Against Police Shootings
By Ken Kalthoff
Wednesday, Aug 20, 2014 • Updated at 10:18 PM CDT
A new group calling itself the Huey P. Newton Gun Club launched armed self-defense patrols Wednesday with one stated purpose: to protect Dallas neighbors from police.
Group leader Huby Freeman said the group wants to educate neighbors about the right to bear arms and the need for it.
"We believe we can police ourselves and bring security to our community, ridding our community of black-on-black crime, violence, police terror, et cetera, et cetera," Freeman said.
UPDATE 1: [Edit note: Video posted at top of the thread, some article post order changes...]
Posted: Aug 20, 2014 11:47 AM Updated: Aug 20, 2014 8:18 PM
By: myfoxdfw.com Staff
Dallas News | myFOXdfw.com
Several rallies took place Wednesday in both Dallas and Arlington, where demonstrators protested against police shootings.
The streets of downtown Dallas were filled Wednesday night with hundreds of demonstrators.
The rally started at 8 p.m. and was part of an event called Don't Shoot Dallas. It was sparked on social media with the hashtag #DontShoot.
Earlier Wednesday, other demonstrators held an open carry gun march through South Dallas to protest against police shootings.
Organizers there said the show of force served as a reminder of the right to bear arms to protect themselves from criminals and from police.