The militant New Black Panther Party, with members who have been calling for a race war within the United States, with leaders who have posted a $10,000 bounty on George Zimmerman’s head, and with bosses who stood accused of voter intimidation against white people trying to vote in 2008, is segregation in the U.S.
The investigation into voter intimidation was opened under the administration of George W. Bush, with reports that one of the defendants, Minister King Samir Shabazz, was wielding a billy club and allegedly telling voters, “You’re about to be ruled by the black man, cracker.”
After Barack Obama took over the Oval Office, his Justice Department found no evidence of voter intimidation, and the case was subsequently dropped.
The New Black Panther Party has found itself in the news, again, and this time it is over the group’s demands that their be a ‘Blacks-only’ area in a southern portion of the United States.
Breitbart reports that the Defense Minister for the New Black Panther Party, Babu Omowale, is calling for a mass migration of black citizens to go to Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia.
It is in these states, that Omowale hopes to establish their own government, and essentially create a nation within the nation of the United States.
As far as the white people who are already living in this region, the New Black Panther Party Leader addressed this point too. Speaking on Aron Klein Investigative Radio, Omowale said,
“IF BLACK PEOPLE MOVE IN, MOST DEFINITELY WHITE PEOPLE WILL MOVE OUT. SO IT’S NOT A HARD PROCESS FOR US TO HAVE OUR OWN COUNTRY WITHIN A COUNTRY.”
Omowale did not specify why the native white people in these areas would uproot their lives and their families over the fact that there was an influx of citizens with a darker pigmentation to their skin moving into their neighborhoods.
It only took two terms of Barrack Obama’s fundamental transformation to see racial tensions, seemingly, at the highest point since the Democratic Party was fighting the Civil Rights Movement of the last century.