- The Black Panther Party has returned but now they want their own “nation within a nation.”
- The Huey P. Newton Gun Club, founded by the newest leader of the Black Panthers, Babu Omowale, was the black militant group that Micah Johnson, the Dallas gunman, followed.
- The Huey P. Newton Gun Club website claims they want to “develop over time to a regimented Black Army.”
Guess who’s back in black.
Babu Omowale, the national minister of defense for the People’s New Black Panther Party, has come forward with an interesting statement.
What does the New Blank Panther Party want now? They are looking at establishing their “own government in a nation within a nation.” That’s right. It looks like Texas isn’t alone in wanting to separate (and yet joined) from the United States.
Omowale recently did an interview with the AM radio talk show “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.” He apparently used the interview to claim Louisianna, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia as a part of the “Black Nation”. He said, “We just need to start migrating back to those states and taking control of the economies in those states. 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.”
What could the Blank Panther Party have in common with Micah Johson, the Dallas gunman who killed five police officers? I’m glad you asked. Omowale is also the co-founder of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club. Although, the gun club is nothing more than a black militant gun group, named after Huey P. Newton the Blank Panther founder. Micah Johnson, the Dallas gunman followed the gun club. Omowale claimed to have even recognized Johnson from black community events in Dallas.
During the interview, Omowale was asked what the Blank Panther Party’s final goal was. He responded:
The end game is land ownership. The endgame is our own government in a nation within a nation. Okay. So we claim the states of Louisiana, we claim the states of Mississippi, we claim the states of South Carolina, we claim the states of Alabama, and we claim the states of Georgia.
We just need to start migrating back to those states and taking control of the economies in those states. 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.
There is no way that we can totally separate ourselves in the United States of America and we are aware of that. We know that we are owed land, we are owed monies, we are owed restitutions and we are owed reparations. That’s going to be a continuing process. What we are saying right now is we want to control the economics in our community. We want to control the black dollars. The money that goes in, the money that goes out.
We want to control the politics in our community. If a politician is not bringing anything to the table for the betterment of that community, we are not going to vote for these particular people. And we most definitely want to control the education. What our people are learning in what we call the public fool system, not the school system, where they are teaching and misrepresenting the true history of the black man here in the United States.
If you go on to the Huey P. Newton Gun Club website it claims that they are seeking to “develop over time to a regimented Black Army.”
Welcome back 1966 the Black Panther Party has returned.