Why ignore black on black crime ONLY to focus on a white enemy?

Black Panther, video still
Black Panther, video still

The agenda of groups such as the Black Lives Matter organization and the New Black Panther Party seem to preach and practice the very same concepts they are against. Their protests, looting, anti-cop, and anti-white agenda are in complete to contrast with their supposed message of “dignity, justice and respect.” The hypocrisy behind the movement is evident, and besides, when are they actually celebrating black lives?

Their push to villainize the “white enemy” is clear and further validated by the fact that blacks themselves refuse to acknowledge black on black crime.

Ali Muhammad, the head of Tampa’s New Black Panther Party was once an individual who, as an African-American, refused to accept the idea of black on black crime until he became a victim of it himself.

He stated: “I was approached by a young, black male who just came up to me and said, ‘Give me your earrings and your backpack’.”

Upon realizing that everything on his person was robbed except his cell phone, his initial instinct was to call 911. But, let us continue to chant, “What do we want? Dead Cops. When do we want it? Now!” – right?

After his incident, Muhammad spoke out during an NBP meeting, stating: “Friday night, I met some officers who (were) about business, and that was getting a bad guy off the street.” Since then, he has shifted his attention towards spreading awareness about black on black crime.

Read about the encounter that changed Muhammad’s mind at ConservativeTribune

Picture Credits: Breitbart Texas


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