Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Blogblather searching for an amicable hate group

Billy Blogblather wrote, "Since about the age of 13 I've wished I were [black] -- so that I could hate white people without reserve.  Lawrence makes me wish I were a [black] Muslim"

He added what amounts to a smiley after that by saying "Life is fun."

It may be, and I couldn't help thinking that the New Black Panther Party may be just what Billy is looking for:


Billy seems to be looking for a hate group. Wikipedia tells us, " The Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center identify the New Black Panthers as a hate group.[3][4]

"The NBPP attracted many breakaway members of the Nation of Islam when former NOI minister Khalid Abdul Muhammad became the national chairman of the group from the late 1990s until his death in 2001. The NBPP is currently led by Malik Zulu Shabazz, and still upholds Khalid Abdul Muhammad as the de facto father of their movement.

"In April 2010, Malik Zulu Shabazz appointed French Black supremacist leader Stellio Capo Chichi as the representative of the movement in France.[5] Capo Chichi has been holding the position of head of the francophone branch of NBPP."


Above is Minister King Samir Shabazz, also known as Maurice Heath, the New Black Panther Party's Philadelphia leader.

I know that a lot of white people identify with non-white groups. I would think these other groups would be open to repentant whites, but, unfortunately for Billy Blogblather, I see no evidence of that in the case of the New Black Panther Party.

Billy might try to have his skin darkened by the Nip and Tuck people -- or he might consider an alternate organization: The White Panthers for example:


They say, "The White Panthers stand in the vanguard of the most powerful movement for social change in America, that dynamic episode generally referred to as Rock n Roll. It is the sole organization in the entire history of struggle against the oppression of Rock in the United States, that is armed to promote a revolutionary agenda, and it represents the last great thrust by people for equality, justice and freedom."

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