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New Black Panther Party for Self Defense (NBPP)

The New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense is headquartered in Atlanta and claimed 38 chapters worldwide as of 2016. the New Black Panthers was founded in 1989 in Dallas, TX and reorganized in 1998 under the appointed leadership of the late Honorable Dr. Khallid Abdul Muhammad.

The NBPP is is explicitly anti-Semitic and anti-white. The Anti-Defamation League called the NBPP the largest organized anti-Semitic and racist black militant group in America. The NBPP is based on hierarchical principles with a military structure. Party members often appear in public wearing paramilitary uniforms and carrying weapons. According to Party rules, all panthers must learn to operate and service weapons correctly. In addition, officials are given military titles and the Party advocates armed struggle and violence against its enemies. Even its membership application form reflects a military-style orientation, seeking information about an applicants military training, martial arts skills and whether one has served as a Navy Seal, Army Ranger or in other special forces.

  1. To unite and rally Black/Afrikan people into one national front of the basis of Black Nationalism.
  2. To fight for the overthrow of White racism, Black inferiority, criminal settler colonialism, imperialism, and domination. To fight for the establishment, maintenance, and right to self-determination of Black/ Afrikan people; in the United States and abroad. ?
  3. To establish and maintain a Black/Afrikan United Front. ?
  4. To support and disseminate the educational, cultural and economic advancement of Black/Afrikan people. ?
  5. To propagate and promote the impression and ideology of Revolutionary Black Nationalism/Pan Africanism by promoting unity among the people of Africa and African descent, through the usage of Proper Propaganda.

In the NBPP's "10 Point Platform," which is a takeoff on the 10-point platform of the original Black Panther Party, the NBPP demands that blacks be given a country or state of their own, within which they can make their own laws. "We believe that this racist government has robbed us and now we are demanding the overdue debt of forty acres and two mules. Forty acres and two mules was promised 100 years ago as redistribution for slave labor and mass murder of Black people. We will accept the payment in currency which will be distributed to our many communities: the Germans are now aiding the Jews in Israel for genocide of the Jewish people. The Germans murdered 6,000,000 Jews. The American racist has taken part in the slaughter of over 50,000,000 Black people; therefore, we feel that this is a modest demand that we make."

The head of the New Black Panther Party was Malik Zulu Shabazz, designated as its chairman and attorney at war. He often appears in the media making statements on the goals and actions of the Party. In these appearances, he often wears elaborate uniforms marked with stripes, insignia and symbols of his rank, including four stars on his lapel. Shabazz claimed that Jews had received advance warning of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a false conspiracy theory that is also highly popular in white supremacist and neo-Nazi circles.

National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party were

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  1. The Honorable Aaron Micheals 1996-1998 ?
  2. The Honorable Dr.Khalid Muhammad 1998-2001 ?
  3. The Honorable Atty. Malik Zulu Shabazz 2001-2013, ?
  4. The Honorable Hashim Nzinga 2013- Present

New Black Panther party leaders have advocated the killing of Jews and white people. You want freedom? You going to have to kill some crackers! You gonna have to kill some of their babies! Shabazz, was filmed shouting in front of a crowd in 2008. According to media accounts, at a 2002 protest in Washington, D.C., another leader, Malik Zulu Shabazz, yelled, Kill every ... Zionist in Israel! Asked about such comments, current party Chairman Nzinga told the Los Angeles Times in 2016, I still say that all the time now. Youve gotta kill them before they kill you.

On November 4, 2008, two members of the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense (NBPP), Jerry Jackson and Minister King Samir Shabazz, appear in front of a polling station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sporting paramilitary-style gear. Mr. Shabazz carried a night stick and stood with Jackson close to the polling place entrance doors. Witnesses report that Mr. Shabazz shouted racial epithets and threatening statements.

The actions of the New Black Panther Party members quickly achieved notoriety due to the fact that their presence was filmed by a videographer hired by the Republican Party, as well as by a Fox News team that arrived on the scene. These broadcasts became widely available through television rebroadcasts and YouTube video clips on the Internet. On January 7, 2009 the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) files a lawsuit for voter intimidation under 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act against: (1) Minister King Samir Shabazz; (2) Jerry Jackson; (3) NBPP President Malik Zulu Shabazz; and (4) the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense.

On May 15, 2009 DOJ voluntarily dismissed three of the original four defendants. The injunctive relief against the remaining defendant was substantially reduced. A wide array of right-wing and conservative individuals and groups attacked the DOJ's decision as supposedly revealing the Obama Administration's refusal to pursue cases against black racists.

Members of the original Black Panther Party, which has no connection to the NBPP, have heavily criticized the New Black Panther Party. An open letter from the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation, which is run by members of the original Black Panther Party, decries the NBPP for being a hateful and unconstructive group. Bobby Seale, a famous founding member of the original Panthers, calls the organization "a black racist hate group."




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