CNN Interview with Malik Shabazz last month.
Before we proceed into this story about how the rebellion has been called against White America, Downtrend contributor Robert Gehl reminded us that there really will be no race war.
There won’t be a “race war” in America. Not anytime soon. Don’t let the extremists on both sides fool you.
They want you to believe that Blacks across the country will rise up and start slitting throats if Darren Wilson isn’t indicted. Some on the extreme left will tell you whites will get what’s coming to them. Some on the extreme right will say something like the “uppity negroes” deserve to be “put in their place” or worse. Don’t believe either of them.
The fake “outrage” is being led by Marxists and cultural leftists on one side and white supremacists on the other. Both want conflict. Both are eager for confrontation and many want bloodshed.
But for the rest of us, life goes on.
This week on Fox News Radio, host John Gibson had a heated exchange with Malik Zulu Shabazz, the former head of the New Black Panther Party and current head of Black Lawyers for Justice who called for a “rebellion” if Ferguson, MO officer Darren Wilson is not indicted on murder charges.
Several times Shabazz explained he is calling for a, “rebellion” against America and the “wicked world order,” explaining “we have as much right to rebel against America society as America did against the British.”
He said while he would not call for violence, he would also not condemn it because he explained, “The authority of the white man and white America is illegitimate. You have been killing us for 400 years.”
Shabazz has been on the ground in Ferguson leading protests since Michael Brown was fatally shot by police office Darren Wilson earlier this summer.
The Associated Press reports:
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Four plaintiffs have joined a federal lawsuit that alleges law enforcement made false arrests and used excessive force when a white police officer’s shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old in Ferguson sparked widespread unrest.
The original suit was filed Aug. 28 after the death earlier that month of Michael Brown. Plaintiffs who joined the litigation Thursday are Antawn Harris, Nathan Burns, Kia Bowers and Sandy Bowers, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
The original lawsuit sought $40 million in damages and named Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, Ferguson officer Justin Cosma, several unnamed officers identified collectively as John Doe, and the city and county governments.
Attorney Malik Shabazz, president of Black Lawyers for Justice, told KTVI-TV the amended lawsuit seeks at least $60 million dollars in damages.