More often than not white people, and more specifically conservative white people, are accused of racism for just about anything while a blind eye is turned to real racism. In this video there are leaders from the black community calling for other black people to murder white people, just for being white.
Perhaps the worst of them all is Dr. Khallid Abdul Muhammad, head of the New Black Panthers, who is seen several times throughout the clip describing in detail killing white people.
“We kill the men, we kill the women, we kill the children, we kill the babies, we kill the blind, we kill the crippled, we kill the crazy, we kill the fa**ots, we kill the lesbians. I said god d***it we kill em all!” he declared to an excited crowd.
Later in the clip he’s seen talking about digging up the bodies of the white people they killed so that they can “kill em again.”
Next in the clip is Kamau Kambon who appears to be speaking in front of Congress for something. He took a more direct approach than Muhammad and just called for the extermination of the white race, because he’s not racist of course.
The next man, who appeared on Fox News, Quanell X who’s another New Black Panther, quotes Malcom X and says “If you find any good white people, kill them first before they turn bad.”
When the clip returns to him he declares with a high degree of passion that “I want to do to your people what you’ve been doing to us. I want to treat you the way you’ve treated us. You killed our men, our women, our children and our babies,” when asked if he actually wanted to kill white people.
You can bet your bottom dollar that if it was white people saying these things that all hell would break loose. Not that racism of any type is okay, but to excuse it for some and not for others, regardless of the past, is hypocritical and only serves to enable the behavior.
If we’re ever going to truly be a post-racial society then we must hold everyone equally accountable, not just white people, and people like in this video need to be called to task for their hate-filled, racist rhetoric.