What government fears most: blacks and whites united with guns
by Jon Rappoport
January 14, 2013
In 1969, William Kunstler, the famous radical-left lawyer, gave a speech in Oakland, California, to the black community. In his concluding remarks, he reminded the audience that the Black Panther Party for Self Defense was the full name of the Panthers.
Kunstler, speaking “both as a lawyer and a human being,” affirmed the legality of armed self-defense against brutal actions by the white police.
“It is most important to secure your community…If you have the power to defend yourself by weapons that are legal…what I’m advising here is perfectly legal…you must stand ready…to protect yourself…your lives…your property…”
Why is that need for self-defense any different from, say, white ranchers living in border states where Mexican drug gangs are setting up powerful outposts on American soil?
The government wants no one to make the connection, to see the common cause.
No one must believe that, when citizens, black or white or Latino or Asian, are under threat from criminals of ANY skin color, they have the right to armed self-defense.
If all Americans perceived this common need, regardless of circumstances or the skin-tone of the particular criminals who constitute a threat, then all people would stand together.
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DF Note: Stand together. One other thing the U.S. Govt and power elite doesn’t want is a strong and moral citizenry, following rule-of-law. A citizenry backed with the knowledge and power of the Constitution and Holy Bible. Dismiss it at your own peril. I can’t think of a stronger bond between men. United, strong and fearless against oppression. The things they fear most.The Freedom Report (TFR) produces, categorizes, and disseminates written, audio, and video content to report and provide a collective resource for topics important to visitors. TFR utilizes designed placement of text, audio, and video into specific categories in order to clarify ideas, illuminate attributes and bring attention to related material.