The New Black Panthers have vowed to resort to violence at the Republican National Convention if they perceive that police and convention goers are threatening them, according to a recording obtained by Breitbart News.
On Sunday, August 12 in a phone-in radio interview aired on Black Panther National Radio, New Black Panthers chief of staff Michelle Williams claimed that “Republicans hate black people” and if they treat black people in Tampa like “n**ers” and her “foot will be on your god damn motherf**king necks.”
According to the New Black Panther’s website, among the demands of the group are tax exemption and military service exemption for all black people as reparations for the “African Holocaust.”
The group is most notably know for the 2008 voter intimidation case in which members of the New Black Panthers were charged for threatening violence toward voters outside of a Philadelphia polling place. In a controversial decision the Obama administration and Attorney General Eric Holder decided to drop most of the charges against the group and its members. DOJ lawyer Christian Adams resigned over the decision and publically accused his former employer of hostility within the Justice Department to bringing civil rights cases against nonwhite defendants on behalf of white victims. “
Other members of the Black Panthers have recently said they will “hunt” white peoples’ “pink asses” down and “Once they die, we should dig ‘em up, and kill ‘em again, bury ‘em, dig ‘em up, and kill ‘em again, and again, and again.”
On the August 12 radio show, the host of the show, who did not identify himself in the portion recorded by Breitbart News, called the upcoming convention the “Republiklan Convention” before introducing Williams.
The audio of the radio show is difficult to make out at times, but Williams can be heard saying at the beginning of the show“ to all the haters, to all the wannabees, to all the white folk who are pissed off “ to walk away because it’s not a message for them.
Williams proceeds to claim “straight deliberate hatred that the Republican National Party has for the black people in the state of Florida is happening right now.
“In the city of Tampa we are under siege by the Republican National Convention” and “Tea Partiers, tea baggers and people who hate black people,” she untruthfully declares.
After complaining about police brutality against black people, she threatens that this racist behavior from Republicans “will not be tolerated” at the convention.
In what can only be described as a conspiracy theory, Williams complains about helicopters flying over the city “reminding you that you’re being watched by the almighty bird in the sky” before moving on to accuse the “white asses” at the RNC of shortchanging Tampa on what the city was promised for playing host to the convention.
In a bizarre segment of the five-minute rant she blames the RNC for the totally unrelated death of a black teen in Tampa. Williams claims that the 16-year-old boy was brutally murdered by police in front of his family because of the RNC.
“We are under siege in Tampa all because of this Republican National Convention has everyone on edge, where black people has to stay in our homes [because] they don’t want any presence of anybody who looks like me, walks like me, talks like to be anywhere near the vicinity of this Republican National Convention,” she says.
She also goes out of her way to insult black Republicans saying,” The Republicans hate black people, and for all of the black people, and for all of you black people who are Republicans, I urge you on this day, on this day, this day the twelfth of August 20-2012, I ask you this day, when did you lose your dignity and lay down for these damn crackers who mean this black community no good – they’ve shown this. Their history has shown this. “
Near the end of the verbal assault Williams becomes so outraged that it’s nearly impossible to make out what she is saying, but the word “n**er” comes through very clearly three times before she says that if Republicans continue to suppress blacks “ you better believe my foot will be on your god damn motherf**king necks.”
Red Alert Politics contacted Re. Allen West’s office for comment, but had not yet received a response at the time this article was published.