La Raza is the Hispanic Communitys KKK as the Black Panthers are the Black Communitys KKK?

La Raza is the Hispanic Communities KKK as the Black Panthers are the Black Communities KKK? Is it that far fetched or just a grab in the dark? Let’s dive into the hotly debated issue:


Apparently some do not bother to read my entrance to this debate nor the bottom where I explain that I am merely looking into the argument and that I advocate for NO organization. I am merely seeking the explaination of double standards that more peopl than you know would like an explanation for.

Please note that seeking answers to questions or calling into question a hotly debated issue does not make one a racist or a bigot, it actually means they intend to not only make themselves more informed but attempt to inform others as well.

I should not have to explain myself nor am I guaranteeing that my post will not offend anyone, but in a society that advocates the closure of racial divisions, it makes it hard to see the dividing line come closer to closing whit the “what’s good for the goose is not good for the gander” mentality.

Black Panthers

During the 2008 elections, Black Panther members stood outside a voting station in Virginia with weapons to do nothing more than intimidate voters-yet Barack Obama did not follow with the default judgement of guilty-he let them go scott free.

These same Black Panthers are on-line inciting hate speech, talking and singing about banging against the white man and calling them “crackers”. They have also promised that the 2012 elections will be much worse for voting stations.

*Let’s have a teachable moment about this recent posting from defendant Samir Shabazz (click here or on .jpg below for full-size image), which declares: “i has waited all my life for the day that Strong black men could stand outside a voting poll in a Honk neighborhood and beat republiKKKan voters with a baseball bat to keep the motherf**kers from voting for they racist candidate and walk away scott free and be a hero in the Black community…it time we ante up on these white motherf***kers and take it to the next level.” (And yes, it’s really Shabazz posting, according to a source close to the NBPP case. He’s posted more than 1,400 times in this forum. )

So, on July 21, 2009, two white men were set free for lack of evidence proving they intentially ran over a black with their truck-they claimed it was an accident. is it possible it was an accident-yes, is it possible they did it intentionally-yes, however this was no evidence to suggested it was anything other than an accident.

 The Black Panthers, however show up with over a hundred or more black protesters to show their view that this was a hate crime, therefore white protesters plus the skindheads and “Neo-Nazis” returned in kind to show their support that there was no evidence to prove it was intentional.

Now, someone tell me why it is okay for the blatant racist Black Panthers, with their faces covered in black masks (note the only difference between that and the KKK is the color and type of facial cover) to protest and no one calls a spade-a-spade here, but when the skinheads and Neo-Nazis” show up to protest they are racist, or the media calls the spade-a-spade? Someone explain this to me.

Please note that I do not need history explained to me as I am fully aware of what the KKK was about many decades ago, however in many decades I have seen no criminal charges and/or guilty verdicts that dictate the KKK is alive and well killing people.

This reminds me of the latest events that have taken place when one shows opposition to Obama and his administrations policies:

If Obama and those who support him are protesting it is a grassroots movement, but if those who disagree with Obama are protesting, well then they are angry MOB crowds and UN AMERICAN. So, if over a hundred black people, led my the BLACK PANTHERS militia group are protesting in the streets they are just peacefully protesting, but when the “Neo Nazis” and skin heads show up they are racist and causing a commotion?

I advocate for neither group, I am merely here to point out that racism is not merely prepetrated by whites, but by all races and that current political correctness dictates that it is not okay for whites to protest because if  they do they are labeled angry mobs and racists whereas minorities can protests and they are grassroots movement people.

Does someone NOT see the double standard, the hypocrisy?

White supremacists – KKK, Neo-Nazis, skinheads – crash a Black community rally in Paris, Texas, supported by the New Black Panther Party, protesting the dismissal of charges against two white men accused of the September dragging murder of a Black man. – Photo: Jesse Muhammad

White supremacists – KKK, Neo-Nazis, skinheads – crash a Black community rally in Paris, Texas, supported by the New Black Panther Party, protesting the dismissal of charges against two white men accused of the September dragging murder of a Black man. – Photo: Jesse Muhammad


La Raza

Tom Tancredo compared “La Raza to the KKK, just look at the logo of La Raza: is “All for the race. Nothing for the rest.” What does that tell you?”

I have to say it is a bit “unfair” because if white groups were walking around with logo’s like this, outcries from the minority public, lawsuits and requests for hate crime criminal charges would ensue. Let’s keep looking into this though…

Michell Malkin:

7. La Raza sponsors militant ethnic nationalist charter schools subsidized by your public tax dollars, including the “Aztlan Academy” in Tucson, AZ, the Mexicayotl Academy in Nogales, AZ, and Academia Cesar Chavez Charter School in St. Paul, Minn.

6. La Raza gives mainstream cover to a poisonous subset of ideological satellites, led by Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, or Chicano Student Movement of Aztlan (MEChA), which the late GOP Rep. Charlie Norwood rightly characterized as “a radical racist group…[and] one of the most anti-American groups in the country, which has permeated U.S. campuses since the 1960s, and continues its push to carve a racist nation out of the American West.”

We will continue on the La Raza discussion later though……..


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5 responses to “La Raza is the Hispanic Communitys KKK as the Black Panthers are the Black Communitys KKK?

  • Dana

    Clearly you are confused, here is where the term LA Raza came from so you might be able to base your opinions are something solid, not to mention you probably haven’t spoken to anyone from this organization who is intelligent and knows this as well or is everything based on your own person fears as to people trying to empower themselves in a society that will condemn a person solely based on the color of you skin as well as other things.

    • specfriggintacular

      Actually, if you look at my post I am merely looking into the difference in what some consider a double standard. I made sure that I put in my post that I advocate for NO organization, that I a merely looking into these organizations. It would, however BEHOOVE you NOT to assume but rather ask what a persons point and/or belief is NOT make false accusations! I have zero fears of other races or their need to advance in American society so long as there are NO double standards!

  • Yis

    The difference in say KKK protesting in the street and the Black Panthers protesting in the street is that the KKK are on the offense. They are racists, they hate blacks because they aren’t white. They always have and always will, they think that blacks are inferior and treat them as such. The Black Panthers of Self Defense rose up to protect the black people against police brutality (which there was plenty of…and there still is). There is a difference between being racist and knowing your enemy(in my humble opinion). Now whether or not that “defense” sometimes crosses the line is debatable. The KKK are trying to further a system that historically has been very racist and oppressive while the NBPP are fighting against that same system for their freedom. Its like comparing Toussant and Hitler.

  • specfriggintacular

    And the Black Panthers hate whites because they are not black.

    Please do not expect even a half intelligent person to buy into this crap that the Black Panthers are fighting against “that same system for their freedom”. That is a joke and a farce is I have ever heard one.

    And I am curious, if they are trying to fight against that same system for their freedom and are the “protectors” of this freedom and equality as you claim, can you then explain the voter intimidation with weapons during the presidential election? Doublestandards?

    Wait, those of us today must pay for the past indiscretions of others, is that it?

    The Black Panthers are as racist as they come, but let me direct you to this link and you tell me.

    Outside the front door of New Black Panther Party Malik Shabazz house reads a sign “Colored Only-no Whites Allowed!”

    This is okay though right?

    Moving on-And let’s have a public conversation about this NBPP/Trenton chapter “block party” music video, which calls on black followers to “bang for freedom,” “put the bang right into a cracker’s face,” and if you’re going to bang, bang for black power… hang a cracker [unintelligible] . . .if you’re going to bang, bang on the white devil. . . . burying him near the river bank with the right shovel. . . . community revolution in progress…. banging for crackers to go to hell, we don’t need em:”

  • specfriggintacular

    Let me leave this latest comment by the ever so eloquently spoken and intelligent Black Panther Leader Malik Shabazz:

    New Black Panther Party president, and Obama supporter, Malik Zulu Shabazz hit back with an unhinged rant aimed at those House Republicans, and “Uncle Tom” and “black negro”, Michael Steele:

    “These right-wing white, red-faced, red-neck Republicans are attacking the hell out of the New Black Panther Party, and we’re organizing now to fight back,” Shabazz told the podcast host, a man who calls himself “Brother Gary” and hosts a show called Conscious Chats on Blogtalk Radio.

    Shabazz singled out GOP Reps. Frank Wolf (Va.) and Lamar Smith (Texas) — two critics on the House Judiciary Committee — along with “Old Uncle Tom, Michael Steele, the black Negro who heads the Republican National Committee.”

    “We gearing up for a showdown with this cracker,” Shabazz said, although it wasn’t clear to whom he was referring. “He keep talking – we going to Capitol Hill, we’re just gearing up right now, we’ll go to Capitol Hill.”

    He truly is an idiot, and I am curious as to you response should a white person had used the “N” word like he used the word “cracker”.

    Nevermind, I am sure the answer is along the lines of “the black people had to hear that words for centuries along with all of the bad things that were done to them”, therefore some how the white people of today must now pay for those past indiscretions because some how the white people of today had something to do with others behaviors centuries ago.

    Okay-that makes sense [do note sarcasm of course]

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