Watch: Heavily-Armed Black Panthers Caught Chanting 4 Shocking Words Just FEET From Police

Outside the Texas jail where Sandra Bland apparently hanged herself following her controversial arrest after a traffic stop, heavily-armed members of the New Black Panther Party insulted and taunted law enforcement personnel on Wednesday. Breitbart News reports that some fifteen Black Panther protestors were met by a far larger force of deputies, many mounted and outfitted in full riot-control gear. There was no violence, unless you consider the insult-filled verbal assault on the law enforcement personnel by armed protestors to be “violence.”

On video of the march posted by Breitbart, you can hear the Black Panthers chanting provocatively, using words and phrases directed at deputies outside the Waller County jail that many might believe to be threatening.

“Oink, oink, bang, bang!” the group says loudly. In addition, with many holding “shotguns, hunting rifles, and AR-15 style assault rifles” at the ready, the Black Panthers chant, “The revolution is on… Off the pigs!”

There was such a large law enforcement presence at the jail because of a disturbance last weekend where people protesting about the Sandra Bland case stormed the facility, invaded the foyer of the sheriff’s office, and confronted authorities in a scuffle that left several deputies injured. Despite the taunts and shouts on Wednesday calling for “pigs” to be killed, there were no reported arrests stemming from the military-style march by the New Black Panther Party.

By clicking on the video above, provided courtesy of Breitbart, you can see for yourself what authorities in Waller County, Tx., had to put up with outside the jail on Wednesday.

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Who Just Arrived In McKinney, Texas, Means Things Could Soon Get Explosive

McKinney, Texas, the latest hotbed of racially motivated civil unrest, is now the scene of increasingly intimidating protests after the reported arrival of New Black Panther Party members. The city’s police department has been under nationwide scrutiny after video surfaced of one officer handling a teenage suspect at the scene of a public disturbance.

Several media outlets reported an uptick in disruption this week with demonstrators gathering in the middle of streets to impede traffic.

The officer involved in the recorded encounter, McKinney Police Cpl. Eric Casebolt, has been placed on leave by the department and has taken his family into hiding amid calls for violence against him.

An already tense situation was reportedly exacerbated with the arrival of the New Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam.

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At least a few social media commenters warned any activists looking for trouble that Texans are not likely to be as permissive as those in other communities affected by recent protests.

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It seems clear, however, that at least some of those involved in the McKinney protest are not interested in hearing any opposing view. When Internet radio host and McKinney resident Benet Embry – a black man – posted a Facebook message suggesting the initial video did not present the entire incident, he was promptly targeted by his own community.

In addition to angry calls and emails to the company that produces his show, vicious social media comments question his authenticity as a black person.

One Facebook critic shared his take on Embry’s plea for sanity.

Don’t listen to this fool’s show. Petition to have it cancelled and taken off the air. But wait, he’s not engaging Blacks as his audience anyway. He’s pandering to whites, eating crow and shucking and jiving to please those who will never accept him.

Will the New Black Panthers help or hurt the situation in McKinney? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Watch: National Black Party Chairman Says America Is At War With Them

Hashim Nzinga, the national chairman of the New Black Panther Party, contended the United States has “declared war on us,” citing “military police in the black neighborhood.”

“America is about protecting the rich and the powerful,” Nzinga said on last week’s edition of the New Black Panther Party’s “Black Panther Radio,” according to Breitbart.

So if we say we are at war, we should be applauded like George Washington. We should be applauded like Thomas Jefferson. We should be applauded like the Founding Fathers of the country.

“This is not the hate hour, this is the love hour,” Nzinga continued. “We have to love ourselves enough to be willing to die or kill to save our babies and to save a black nation that is dying before our eyes.”

These comments are hardly the New Black Panther Party’s leader’s first foray into the controversial. Speaking to supporters last August, Nzinga suggested the president was not born in this country– hardly a left-wing position–as Freedom Outpost reported at the time:

This is a shame that as we speak the President of United States is talking to Russia, he’s talking to China, he’s talking to North Korea, he’s talking to Iraq and the Middle East about treating their people better. Stop repressing your people.

But as he looks out the window at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he’s watching the black man, who built the White House, shot down like dogs. If you like it or not he is from Kenya. He’s a Mau Mau. He needs to go back to his roots and stop people from killing the Africans in the streets.

In 2012, Nzinga offered a bounty of $10,000 to anyone who could reign in the killer of Trayvon Martin – George Zimmerman- “dead or alive,” according to Russia Today.

That same year, the Black Panther leader plead guilty to writing a bad check for $3,000 in Gwinnett County, Ga., and was arrested for selling a gun to a pawn shop in DeKalb County, Ga. It is illegal for a convicted felon in The Peach State to possess a firearm, The Atlanta Journal Constitution noted. That charge, however, was dropped on a technicality, as he was never told he shouldn’t own a firearm.

h/t: Washington Weekly News

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What Holder’s Justice Department Just Did Suggests Further Favoritism For Black Radicals

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Recall back in 2008, during the voting that led to Obama’s election, how the New Black Panther Party and two of its members were charged with voter intimidation for their conduct outside a polling station in Philadelphia?

There was even video showing the Panthers, King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, clad in black and brandishing what appeared to be a club, scowling at people as they entered the voting place.

In a highly controversial move that outraged many concerned with voter intimidation and potential fraud, the Department of Justice later narrowed the charges against Shabazz and dismissed the charges against the New Black Panther Party and Jackson.

Now, in an action reminiscent of what it did some six years ago, Holder’s DOJ appears to be going easy on two members of the New Black Panther Party who allegedly plotted to blow up the St. Louis Gateway Arch and carry out political assassinations…all in the name of protesting the Ferguson shooting and grand jury decision.

As Western Journalism told you last week, an undercover police operation in St. Louis busted the pair who:

reportedly planned to blow up the city’s iconic Gateway Arch and kill two prominent figures in the Michael Brown shooting case in Ferguson, which has sparked protests nationwide.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday that Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali Davis were indicted last week on federal weapons charges but authorities expect more charges to be filed against the duo relating to the alleged plot.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, the two Black Panther suspects are apparently not being hit with federal terrorism charges, as might be considered appropriate in the case.

The communist and racist New Black Panther Party plotted to bomb St. Louis’ Gateway Arch and assassinate local law enforcement officials, but the Justice Department so far has limited its prosecution of the group to an indictment of two members on minor gun charges.

The soft treatment for activities that normally would have brought federal terrorism charges appears to be part of efforts by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department to “go soft” on the racist group, according to former Justice official J. Christian Adams.

J. Christian Adams has long been a critic of Holder’s DOJ for the stark appearance of favoritism it has shown toward the New Black Panthers and its radical members. Via freebeacon.com:

Adams’ 2011 book, “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” includes a photograph of then presidential candidate Barack Obama marching in Selma, Alabama, with members of the New Black Panther Party in March 2007.

Since the Justice Department stepped into the investigation, the St. Louis Police Department has reportedly withheld comment on the case.

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The Way Holder Is Letting These 2 Black Panther Would-Be Terrorists Off The Hook Is Insane

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Recall back in 2008, during the voting that led to Obama’s election, how the New Black Panther Party and two of its members were charged with voter intimidation for their conduct outside a polling station in Philadelphia?

There was even video showing the Panthers, King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, clad in black and brandishing what appeared to be a club, scowling at people as they entered the voting place.

In a highly controversial move that outraged many concerned with voter intimidation and potential fraud, the Department of Justice later narrowed the charges against Shabazz and dismissed the charges against the New Black Panther Party and Jackson.

Now, in an action reminiscent of what it did some six years ago, Holder’s DOJ appears to be going easy on two members of the New Black Panther Party who allegedly plotted to blow up the St. Louis Gateway Arch and carry out political assassinations…all in the name of protesting the Ferguson shooting and grand jury decision.

As Western Journalism told you last week, an undercover police operation in St. Louis busted the pair who:

reportedly planned to blow up the city’s iconic Gateway Arch and kill two prominent figures in the Michael Brown shooting case in Ferguson, which has sparked protests nationwide.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Wednesday that Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali Davis were indicted last week on federal weapons charges but authorities expect more charges to be filed against the duo relating to the alleged plot.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, the two Black Panther suspects are apparently not being hit with federal terrorism charges, as might be considered appropriate in the case.

The communist and racist New Black Panther Party plotted to bomb St. Louis’ Gateway Arch and assassinate local law enforcement officials, but the Justice Department so far has limited its prosecution of the group to an indictment of two members on minor gun charges.

The soft treatment for activities that normally would have brought federal terrorism charges appears to be part of efforts by Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department to “go soft” on the racist group, according to former Justice official J. Christian Adams.

J. Christian Adams has long been a critic of Holder’s DOJ for the stark appearance of favoritism it has shown toward the New Black Panthers and its radical members. Via freebeacon.com:

Adams’ 2011 book, “Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,” includes a photograph of then presidential candidate Barack Obama marching in Selma, Alabama, with members of the New Black Panther Party in March 2007.

Since the Justice Department stepped into the investigation, the St. Louis Police Department has reportedly withheld comment on the case.

This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom