Attorney General Eric Holder Attends Celebration for Black Nationalist Group
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yeah thats right

http://www.justice.gov/ag/speeches/2010/...00417.html

heres a pic

http://muffledoar.blogspot.com/2010/04/e...n-for.html

Attorney General Eric Holder gave the keynote speech at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Student National Coordinating Committee in Raleigh, North Carolina. The organization was formerly known as the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee but explicitly rejected nonviolence and expelled all whites from membership.

The leader of the organization, H. Rap Brown (aka Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, pictured above) murdered Fulton County (GA) Sheriff Deputy Ricky Knichen on March 16, 2000.

While SNCC was founded as a legitimate and important civil rights organization in 1960, it has morphed into a black nationalist organization associated with the black panther party and other fringe militant organizations. Members have explicitly called for racial violence. They have discriminated against white volunteers. Eventually, SNCC turned away all white volunteers, rejecting the proud tradition of the civil rights movement in the South. They became the black version of the Ku Klux Klan. Yet Eric Holder attends their convention as a speaker.

Had John Ashcroft given the keynote address of the KKK convention, or the Aryan Nation convention, the Washington Post front page would have the story on the front page, day after day, week after week. Of course Ashcroft would exercise the judgment that Holder did not and refuse to attend. But publications like the Washington Post and the New York Times turn a blind eye toward racism, violence and discrimination from minority organizations. Indeed, they even have a propensity to brand those who even mention this phenomena as racists in their own right.

Nor did the celebration distance itself from SNCC's radical transformation. To the contrary, the radicalism was celebrated. One presenter said that the rise of black power and revolutionary internationalism inside SNCC should not be condemned. According to a witness to the event, a speaker said these extreme positions "should not be discredited but contextualized in the failed social response of the US government."

Holder made no mention of SNCC's extreme radicalization at the speech. He did not use it as an opportunity to lecture the militants in the audience about the futility of black nationalism or the use of violence. Instead, he stoked the flames of racial grievance:

"[Segregation] also helps us to understand the persistent suspicion – held by some – that, for example, the criminal justice system does not treat African-Americans or other people of color fairly. And this history illuminates some of the ways in which our old legal system continues to affect the present conditions in some of our nation’s most vulnerable African-American communities.

It may be tempting – when you look at the diversity of people walking the halls of Congress or at the man sitting in the Oval Office – to think that equal justice has been achieved for all Americans. We have made tremendous progress as a nation. But it will take more than the election of the first African-American President to fully secure the promise of equality for every American. And it will certainly take more than the appointment of the first African-American Attorney General to ensure that the American justice system reflects the values and principles enshrined in our nation’s founding documents. "
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wait a minute… isn't h. rap brown in prison for murder?  he killed a deputy  i hope that's not a photo of him at the convention.

ah, here we go, from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution October 29, 2009:

FBI: Former H. Rap Brown leads violent sect from prison

A Detroit imam shot and killed Wednesday in a gunfight with federal agents belonged to a Muslim separatist sect led by Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, better known as 1960s militant H. Rap Brown, according to a federal complaint filed Wednesday.

Al-Amin is  serving a life sentence at Supermax, a federal facility in Colorado known as the country's most secure. The prison also houses an al-Qaida terrorist and Centennial Olympic Park bomber Eric Rudolph. Al-Amin was convicted of killing a Fulton County sheriff's deputy in March 2000 and wounding his partner.

In the late 1960s Al-Amin served as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and justice minister of the Black Panther Party. The man famous for his proclamation that "violence is as American as cherry pie" insists he is wrongly targeted by police because of his past.

Luqman Ameen Abdullah, imam of the Masjid Al-Haqq mosque in Detroit, was killed Wednesday after he pulled a gun on federal agents arresting him on federal charges including conspiracy, receipt of stolen goods and firearms offenses.

Charges were also filed Wednesday against 11 of Abdullah's followers. In the federal complaint Abdullah, 53, is identified as a "highly placed leader" in "Ummah," the black Muslim group headed by Al-Amin. Ummah advocates creation of a separate state within the U.S. governed by Sharia law.

Al-Amin was once the imam of a West End mosque. Former followers later claimed that Al-Amin hid behind his religion, ruling the area through intimidation and violence.






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#3
Bring it on, Brothos.
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#4
Aren't these the same people worried about Patriot groups and Tea Partiers slandering them as racists,bigots and potential terrorists?

Holder's a joke, this administration is a joke.

This country's going down the tubes faster than ever with these morons running the show.

Anyone with a drop of intelligence  can see what's going on here, these people are going for total social and racial revolution.

And God help us if they're successful.

I can see it now, the ANC on the Potomac.

The United States of Zimbabwe.
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#5
when the shit hits, kill as many as you can. same goes for your family. just GO! when all seems lost burn baby burn. better to let them win a nation in ruins then one still built. my o@
the whites in SA gave up. i dont think that will be the case in the states
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#6
They need to be converted to Catholicism.  Then a lot of these problems will go away.
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(04-25-2010, 06:48 PM)QuisUtDeus Wrote: They need to be converted to Catholicism.  Then a lot of these problems will go away.

If these are those anti whitey anti AmeriKKKa type black people they need to be sent back to an aids infested part of AfriKKKA.
Ether that or they could all be sent to Kenya Obama's homeland.
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(04-25-2010, 10:43 AM)devotedknuckles Wrote: when the shit hits, kill as many as you can. same goes for your family. just GO! when all seems lost burn baby burn. better to let them win a nation in ruins then one still built. my o@
the whites in SA gave up. i dont think that will be the case in the states

No it won't I can tell you there are alot of white people up here that would lynch the first black that came up here spouting that agenda.
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#9
"Had John Ashcroft given the keynote address of the KKK convention, or the Aryan Nation convention,"

Several Republicans, including Trent Lott, Strom Thurmond, and Bob Barr all made appearances at the Council of Conservative Citizens, an organization formerly known as the "White Citizens Council": they advocate segregation, and during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement worked in tandem with vigilante groups like the KKK.[url][http://www.adl.org/learn/ext_us/CCCitizens.asp?xpicked/url] . 

Get over yourselves.
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#10
do you have anything recent say thew last 40 years? maybe you should learn to read. this is about the present
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