We still have much to learn about the four snipers behind last night’s massacre of Dallas police that killed five officers and wounded seven others. While President Obama and many on the left have rushed to blame guns in their usual fashion, at least one of the snipers revealed in no uncertain terms that his motive was targeting whites — and, specifically, white police officers.And now there are reports that a “black power” group is taking credit for the attack on police officers.
A group called the Black Power Political Organization is apparently taking credit for the Dallas police massacre that has left five officers dead and seven wounded, according to the UK paper The Mirror:
It should be stressed that it can not be confirmed whether this group or the Facebook account is actually connected to the Dallas massacre.
“More Will Be Assassinated In The Coming Days! Do You Like The Work Of Our Assassins? Get Your Own Sniper” read a post on the Black Power Political Organisation Facebook account
The Facebook page of the Black Power Political Organization has been removed, but a cached copy of the page shows that it mentions a number of black liberation groups including the New Black Panther Party, and the Huey P Newton Gun Club, a paramilitary organization that has been doing training in Dallas for several years.
One section posted on February 10 reads:
Black Power Political Organization – BPPO #BlackPower! #BlackKnights! Our Mission Is To Free Africa And All Black Based Countries From Non Black Control! And Give Black People The Opportunity They Need To Develop Themselves And Reach Their Full Potential!
We Are A Powerful Political Group Of Patriotic, Pro Black, Pan African Leaders! Who’s Job Is To Rule And Control Africa, And All Black Based Countries! So To Avoid Corruption, Bribery, Exploitation, Non Black Control And Every Form Of Ailments Preventing Black People And Africa From Reaching It’s Full Potential!To Accomplish Our Goal! We Will Be Working With (Black People Protection Agency AKA “BLACK KNIGHTS”)! A Powerful Group Of Well Trained Professional Sniper Assassins, With Tens Of Thousands Of Assassins Located All Over The World, In Every Country! Who’s Job Is To Hold Government Leaders And Other Powerful People All Over The World Responsible When They Fail To Give Black People Equal Rights And Justice In Their Countries. By Relentlessly Target And Assassinate Government Leaders And Other Powerful Influential People And Their Families, When They Refuse To Do Right By Us Black People!
Another entry mentions the Huey P Newton Gun Club, the New Black Panther Party and Minister Louis Farrakhan.
While it is unclear where the shootings have anything specifically to do with the groups who are named, the groups seem to share a militant black power ideology that Breitbart News has been covering in detail. Read more at Breitbart.
Just as there are different terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda, ISIS and the Taliban that share a common ideology the various black power groups have different organizations but all share a far left, self-determination ideology that considers the United States a restless, imperialist oppressors state that must be destroyed in order to give minorities “freedom.”
Among the organizations “liked” by the Black Power Political Organization is George Soros’s Open Societies Foundation.
One just has to ask, how was our Department of Justice not taking action against this hate-driven group? Sure seems like a call to assassinate rises to the level of “inciting violence.” We’ve written here many times before about other hateful incitations to violence delivered by blacks that have gone unchecked. Meanwhile, we’re all painfully aware of the chilling effect the Obama administration’s threats about prosecuting “anti-Muslim rhetoric” has had, with some deadly consequences like San Bernardino.
It’s unbelievable to consider that we live in a nation, under a regime (that’s what it is, sadly), where it seems to be acceptable to target whites and police officers, but God forbid if you voice even a legitimate concern about someone of a particular background. No one should be targeted because of their race (or gender, sexual preference, etc). And, similarly, no one should be left unaccountable because of it either.
Far from going to a color-blind society, the past seven years seem to have propelled us into a color-led society — with tragic consequences.
[Note: This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]