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ARE HOLDER, OBAMA, DEBLASIO AND SHARPTON ENCOURAGING VIOLENCE?

by Erik Rush, ©2014, courtesy of Sankey, P.I.

The work of Marcus Garvey was the inspiration for prison convicts George Jackson and W.L. Nolen to launch the Black Guerrilla Family in 1966

(Dec. 24, 2014) — So, Las Vegas janitor Jay Romero, a close friend of New York cop killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley, described him as a “god-fearing Muslim,” according to the UK Daily Mail. I don’t know whether Brinsley was a devout Muslim or not; based on the evidence we have at present, he appears to have been a somewhat unbalanced, maladjusted thug. It does bear mentioning that during a press conference on December 21, the New York City Police Department’s top detective, Chief Robert Boyce, told reporters that Brinsley came from a Muslim family with roots in Brooklyn, New York, and in New Jersey. Brinsley also reportedly used the phrase “Allahu Akbar” on some of his social media posts.

What I do find interesting, however, are other elements that came out of the Daily Mail story which resonate with the widespread anti-police sentiment that we have seen emanating not only from career black activists like Rev. Al Sharpton, but from radicals who have insinuated themselves into positions of power, such as New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio (a lifelong communist), outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder (a lifelong black nationalist), and – oh, yes – President Barack Hussein Obama (a red diaper baby if there ever was one, and a lifelong radical with Islamist sympathies).

Ever since the August shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri by a police officer, and the death of Eric Garner while in police custody in New York, race pimps like Sharpton, as well as Obama, Holder, DeBlasio, clueless black celebrities, and countless others of less influence, have essentially chimed in on the narrative of America being rife with racist police who will use the slightest excuse to kill a black individual. Most notably, protests led by Sharpton in New York included demonstrators calling for the killing of policemen.

So many voted for Obama with the hope that he would be a unifier, but from the time he took office, Obama himself has stoked the fires of racial unrest. From his 2009 statement that Cambridge, Massachusetts police “acted stupidly” when they arrested his Harvard buddy, “renowned black scholar” (read black radical professor) Henry Louis Gates, to his support last week for NBA star LeBron James’ donning an “I can’t breathe” T-shirt, Obama has both subtly and not-so-subtly legitimized the America-as-racist meme. Eric Holder’s Justice Department has been even more brazen, using taxpayer dollars to fund demonstrations against George Zimmerman during the jury deliberations for his 2012 trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin.

When there are riots, or when individuals are assaulted or killed by militant blacks, the likes of Obama, Holder, DeBlasio, and Sharpton offer hypocritical lukewarm condemnation, but this belies their behind-the-scenes maneuvering, as well as the inflammatory rhetoric they more commonly employ.

So, on December 20 in Brooklyn, Ismaaiyl Brinsley walked up behind the parked patrol car of officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, and fired four bullets into their heads. The double killing followed months of aggressive anti-police posts from Brinsley’s social media accounts, where he eventually announced his intent to kill police officers.

Based on the Daily Mail report, earlier this month, the head of the New York City Sergeant’s Benevolent Association sent a letter to officers warning of a ‘credible threat’ on the lives of police from an ‘organized’ group. This group, called the Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), has strongholds in Baltimore prisons, and was alleged to be planning just the sort of attack carried out by Brinsley, according to police sources. One source reportedly told the New York Daily News: “BGF has been talking about getting back at cops for Eric Garner and Ferguson.”

The gang, which was founded in California in the 1960s, operates out of prisons and has “a sophisticated hierarchy and a long reach.” The Daily Mail also reported that this connection was credible enough that the NYPD has sent detectives to Baltimore to investigate.

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