In a recent radio rant, Michelle Williams, the New Black Panthers (which is really the old Black Panthers) chief of staff threatened the upcoming Republican National Convention.
National Field Marshal for the New Black Panthers King Samir Shabazz who was caught on video tape allegedly intimidating voters in Philadelphia in 2008 is now in charge of the New Black Panthers plan to create inner city militaries that would go into nurseries and kill white babies and murder white people in the street.
I think this should definitely be taken as a serious threat, especially in light of Business Insider's article that a former FBI informant was responsible for not only teaching the Black Panthers to use guns by also supplying them with weapons before the deadly shootouts that took place with Oakland police in the 1960s.
Richard Masato Aoki was a "fierce militant" in the San Francisco Bay Area who belonged to several radical groups before joining forces with the Black Panthers.
“He was my informant. I developed him,” Aoki's agent Burney Threadgill Jr. told the reporting center. “He was one of the best sources we had.”
In one example of the discord between Panthers and police, Black Panthers member Bobby James Hutton died in a shootout with Oakland police in 1968 that left two officers and two other Panthers wounded, according to Mindfully.org, which reprinted a 1968 Oakland Tribune article.
Aoki committed suicide in 2009 after working as a college professor and administrator. The question is: Are the Black Panthers being armed by Chicago-styled thuggery in our government? They have already demonstrated their ability to stonewall information concerning Fast and Furious, in which a Mexican informant claims that the U.S. government was running guns to drug cartels in order to eliminate their competitors.
Since they have made specific threats against the RNC, they should be dealt with accordingly if they show up in Tampa.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.