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New Panthers' war on whites
By DANA DiFILIPPO
Philadelphia Daily News
Some people wear their heart on their sleeve.
Minister King Samir Shabazz wears his on his forehead. Right between the eyes.
"If you want to stop the revolution, that's what you got to hit," Shabazz said, pointing to the target tattooed onto his forehead. "I fight my oppressor, and I give him the target."
* On whites: "I'm about the total destruction of white people. I'm about the total liberation of black people. I hate white people. I hate my enemy. . . ."
Originally posted by BeyondBelow
reply to post by damwel
I dont trust the electronic voting machines, they could say anything you wanted on the print out, and be changed post vote. Not a trustworthy method with how unsecure they are.
DEVELOPING STORY -- Intimidation tactics, missing ballots and faulty machinery are plaguing some voters across the country as they go to polling stations to elect either John McCain or Barack Obama to be the next president of the United States. In Philadelphia, FOX News' Rick Leventhal received a report from Republican poll watcher Chris Hill that two Black Panthers had stationed themselves at the door to a polling station and were intimidating voters. One held a nightstick, Hill said. Hill told FOX News that he went to talk to the men, and they told him white power didn't rule there.