Department of In-Justice and Selective Application of the Law
Eric Holder was sworn in as the 82nd United States Attorney General when he took the oath (provided below) with Vice President Joe Biden presiding. The focus of this summary will speak to the segment of the oath that reads ‘against all enemies, foreign and domestic.’ The question is just who actually defines those enemies and on what criteria especially those of a domestic nature? Likely those decisions are a collaborative effort composed of a large group of people in Washington DC that include Eric Holder at Justice and Timothy Geither at Treasury to list a few.
“I (name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and
defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies,
foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to
the same; that I take this obligation freely without any mental
reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully
discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So
help me God.”
Congress Pete King held a hearing this month, (March 2012) on the domestic and international threat of Hezbollah and that summary is here. The objective of this hearing was to publically place sunlight on Hezbollah and its operatives within the United States and to reassert their status as a terror network. The springboard of Hezbollah has bearing with regard to the deep ties to people within the Black Panthers Party and the New Black Panther Party and their later affiliation with terror organizations such as Hezbollah. It is important to understand that while there are two distinct names, the doctrine, and the mission and in many cases the same people have been carried over by name and relationships over the years. The Black Panthers, like the New Black Panthers Party, have a Marxist doctrine and have merged much of the common objectives and like minded attitudes to Islam.
Among those appearing with Obama was Shabazz, the Panther leader who was one of the defendants in the voter intimidation case that Attorney General Eric Holder dismissed. Also present was the Panthers’ “Minister of War,” Najee Muhammed, who had called for murdering Dekalb County, Georgia, police officers with AK-47’s and then mocking their widows in this video.
Calls have been made to the White House to disclose which Malik Shabazz visited the private White House residence on July 25, 2009, two months after the DOJ voter intimidation case was dismissed. So far, the White House has refused to do so, leaving open the question of which “Malik Shabazz” appears in visitor logs released to the public.
Early in Hillary Clinton’s law and political career, she made it her charter to get involved in the protections of rights including those of the Black Panthers. While studying at Yale, see purposely attended a Black Panthers trial in New Haven to gauge the possibilities of legal abuse of rights during the trial. Hillary additionally worked with others in her circle to schedule monitors for this trial in her absence and later she wrote a summary report which was turned over to the ACLU.
Full of interest and intrigue, later that year, Hillary Clinton made her way to Oakland, California to work at a radical socialist law firm of Truehaft, Walker and Bernstein and they also took on a case to defend yet another trial of the Black Panthers.
A radical from Oakland named Abdul Alim Musa, an American, is first known as Clarence Reams. Musa was raised in Oakland, California and maintained a deep friendship with Eldridge Cleaver and Pete O’Neal both of which sought a campaign and coordination with like minded radicals in Algeria where American forces are currently fighting al Qaeda operatives. Musa is a supporter of the Islamic Republic and the Ayatollah Khomeini and has made several trips to Iran in the late 1970’s and early in 1980. There Musa created a steadfast relationship with Hezbollah and Hamas and Boko Harem as well as al Qaeda. Musa was a top leader of the Black Panthers and a force recruiter for radical Islam under the umbrella of the Nation of Islam in the United States. Musa has made it his charter to coordinate doctrines between domestic mosques and has an obscure public relations campaign designed inside hip-hop and rap music which has been most successful.
In 1970, the Federal Bureau of Investigation published that the Black Panther Party is the most dangerous and violent of all extremists groups. Eldridge Cleaver as a member of the BPP had very close ties to Al Fatah, Arab Guerillas in the 1970’s. Additionally, Cleaver met with the North Vietnamese as with the Premier of China Chou En Lai along with up to 60 additional members of the BPP. Later, Eldridge Cleaver developed a friendship with Professor Gates. We should remember recently Professor Gates from the ‘beer summit’ event held at the White House by Barack Obama.
Let’s take a look at some people and history of past and present Black Panthers. Khalid Abdul Muhammad, 53, former Nation of Islam activist and personal assistant to Louis Farrakhan; reportedly died from a brain hemorrhage; in Marietta, Ga. Farrakhan dismissed Muhammad in 1993 after the latter insulted Catholics, whites and gays, calling Jews “bloodsuckers” and the Pope “a no-good cracker.” As front man for the New Black Panthers in 1998, he led the contentious “Million Youth March” in New York City. [Time International, Feb 26, 2001 v157 i8 p15]
Another key subject to review is H. Rap Brown. In October of 1971, H. Rap Brown, converted to Islam and gave himself a new status and name of Imam Jamil Abdullah al Amin while serving time in Attica Prison. Brown became known for his extremist beliefs after his book, Die Nigger Die! (1969) was published. He joined the Black Panther Party and was arrested for arson and inciting a riot. In 1970 he was shot, captured, and charged with armed robbery in New York City and sentenced to five to fifteen years. He was released from prison in 1976 and became a leader of one of the largest Black Muslim groups in the U.S., called the National Ummah. He was also the owner of a grocery store in Atlanta’s West End, a poverty-stricken area that the National Ummah worked to revitalize. In March 2000, two police officers went to Al-Amin’s grocery store to serve an arrest warrant on a minor theft charge. Al-Aman shot both officers, wounding both, and then shot one of the officers, Ricky Kinchen, three more times as the officer lay wounded in the street. Kinchen died from the gunshot wounds. You are invited to look deeper into the Black Panthers by viewing the FBI file here. In 1976, the FBI moved hard to take down the Black Panther Party. A chronological and comprehensive history of the members of the BPP may be viewed here complete with listed videos and text. A more recent summary of the Black Panthers, New Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam is illustrated in this link.
To be fair, the New Black Panthers in some cases have been denounced by Bobby Searle, the co-founder of the Black Panther Party due to cases where a rush to judgment was made. An example of this rush to judgment and taking matters into your own hands included the Duke Lacrosse rape scandal.
Under the leadership of both Khalid Abdul Muhammad, now dead, mentored by Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam, and Malik Zulu Shabazz, the New Black Panthers have maintained an aggressive and militant pro-black agenda in addition to a full anti-Semitic mission throughout the United States. Khalid Muhammad with Louis Farrakhan reached out to Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya for friendship and joint business ventures in the United States. Qaddafi was a target by world leaders to step down from his dictatorship in Libya while opposition rebels for more than a year sought to find and kill Qaddafi and late in 2011 he was captured and died.
“ Cases cause celèbre Islam prepares adherents for an inevitable violent revolution against the U.S. government: this revolutionary vision is at least as indebted to the ideas of men like Huey Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, and Malcolm X as it is to more typical advocates of Islamic revolution like Sayyid Qutb. Those who share this view tend to be suspicious of outsiders, and outside influences. H. Rap Brown aka Al-Amin … made the transition from black nationalist firebrand to nationally prominent Sunni imam. In the 1960s, he issued scathing indictments of America and called for violent revolution. After his conversion to Islam, al-Amin adopted a more measured tone in his societal criticism, but remained attached to the idea of revolution. Though he focused on a more inward-looking revolution, one that would transform his community morally, al-Amin continued to believe that the system writ large was sick and broken. Some analysts have questioned how far al-Amin truly progressed from the violent ideals that he once openly proclaimed. “ More here.
We have covered many members of both Panthers Parties and history thus far including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Professor Gates. One last slick operator or rather lawyer to place in the mix is U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and his role.
Unbeknownst to the public, Carlos Torres, FALN co-founder, and Marilyn Buck, a member of the Weather Underground and Black Liberation Army, were released from federal prison last year. Attorney General Eric Holder quitely implemented a policy of freedom for terrorists. More here and here.
J. Christian Adams, who worked for the Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division under Eric Holder, writes more about Marilyn Buck and her deep roots to crimes and subversive activities while a member of the Black Panthers. Adams later resigned from the DoJ in complete protest and opposition of the New Black Panthers Voter Intimidation case due to the AG, Eric Holder refusing to sentence those found guilty.
Holder has offered key legal cases to his law buddies across the land to provide case council to Guantanamo Detainees and providing Constitutional rights to foreign terror agents in support of Muslim and radical Islam doctrine.
Today, the New Black Panthers have become a modern day lynching mob calling for the funds and bounty to arrest George Zimmerman of Sanford, Florida in the killing of a seventeen year old male.
Major Nadal Hassan, a radicalized Muslim, who randomly shot and killed U.S. troops at Ft. Hood, has not been brought to justice as the White House deemed this sad and tragic event as merely work place violence. What more is there to investigate on Major Hassan and why the delay in the prosecution? Could it be more selective prosecution and application of the law for Muslim sympathizers in the White House, the State Department and the Department of Justice? The answer here is evident for sure.
Back to the beginning as the question must be asked, who is defining the term domestic terrorist? What cases has Eric Holder argued for the protection and prosecution of those terrorists? It has clearly been proven that Eric Holder has been stone-walling on the Fast and Furious case where through the State Department waivers were issued to run weaponry to drug cartels that have fully integrated with Hezbollah south of our border with Mexico. Funds to pay for these weapons and investigations were from the Stimulus package of which Vice President Joe Biden oversees.
America today is full of domestic enemies and with the globe so easy to navigate without credentials and bona fide background checks, enemies are a dynamic threat to our way of life, be it by small incidents to our way of life, breaking the law and subverting the Constitution and by general fear. Confidence is gone when we look to the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and our Court system for protections of our homeland.
Lawmakers in Washington work to achieve more power over our respective lives in the name of legislation by way of lawfare, when in the end it tramples our freedoms. All the while domestic enemies continue to force recruit, act illegally, integrate with terror groups connected to defined organizations of terror worldwide and have no fear of prosecution as the history of Eric Holder speaks to a pass and looking the other way.
In closing, to confirm any doubts you may have with the historical connections between the Black Panthers and radical Islam to current terrorists, please view this video where Zawahiri quotes Malcolm X and is actually speaking to Black Americans that have been recruited via music, mosques and the American prison system.