There Is Always Warning Before War! States Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere - Bridgette Anderson, Black Nationalist Network, September 2011

Motto/Mission: "An Organization For African American Unity (O.A.A.U.).  A United Black Front (U.B.F.)."                       
      Minister Malcolm X              Khalid Abdul Muhammad                    Patrice Lumumba                         Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz                       Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere
Our objective: Is to ensure survival programs aimed at physical, deeper spiritual, psychological, and ideological transformations among neighborhood men and women whom we hoped to mobilize.  As models of black self-determination and pride, the programs combine self-help and education in revolutionary diction with the free-spirited, animated public displays of political commitment that has become the sine qua non of Left culture, among blacks, in Akansas and much of the South and the North. 
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The Ten Point Program was as follows:
  1. WE WANT FREEDOM. WE WANT POWER TO DETERMINE THE DESTINY OF OUR BLACK AND OPPRESSED COMMUNITIES. We believe that Black and oppressed people will not be free until we are able to determine our destinies in our own communities ourselves, by fully controlling all the institutions which exist in our communities.
  2. WE WANT FULL EMPLOYMENT FOR OUR PEOPLE. We believe that the federal government is responsible and obligated to give every person employment or a guaranteed income. We believe that if the American businessmen will not give full employment, then the technology and means of production should be taken from the businessmen and placed in the community so that the people of the community can organize and employ all of its people and give a high standard of living.                     
  3. WE WANT AN END TO THE ROBBERY BY THE CAPITALISTS OF OUR BLACK AND OPPRESSED COMMUNITIES. We believe that this racist government has robbed us and now we are demanding the overdue debt of forty acres and two mules. Forty acres and two mules were promised 100 years ago as restitution for slave labor and mass murder of Black people. We will accept the payment in currency which will     be distributed to our many communities. The American racist has taken part in the slaughter of our fifty million Black people. Therefore, we feel this is a modest demand that we make.
  4. WE WANT DECENT HOUSING, FIT FOR THE SHELTER OF HUMAN BEINGS. We believe that if the landlords will not give decent housing to our Black and oppressed communities, then housing and the land     should be made into cooperatives so that the people in our communities, with government aid, can build and make decent housing for the people.  
  5. WE WANT DECENT EDUCATION FOR OUR PEOPLE THAT EXPOSES THE TRUE NATURE OF THIS DECADENT AMERICAN SOCIETY. WE WANT EDUCATION THAT TEACHES US OUR TRUE HISTORY AND OUR ROLE IN THE PRESENT-DAY SOCIETY. We believe in an educational system that will give to our people a knowledge of the self. If you do not have knowledge of yourself and your position in the society and in the world, then you will have little chance to know anything else.
  6. WE WANT COMPLETELY FREE HEALTH CARE FOR ALL BLACK AND OPPRESSED PEOPLE. We believe that the government must provide, free of charge, for the people, health facilities which will not only treat our illnesses, most of which have come about as a result of our oppression, but which will also develop preventive medical programs to guarantee our future survival. We believe that mass health education and research programs must be developed to give all Black and oppressed people access to advanced scientific and medical information, so we may provide our selves with proper medical attention and care.
  7. WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO POLICE BRUTALITY AND MURDER OF BLACK PEOPLE, OTHER PEOPLE OF COLOR, All OPPRESSED PEOPLE INSIDE THE UNITED STATES. We believe that the racist and fascist government of the United States uses its domestic enforcement agencies to carry out its program of oppression against black people, other people of color and poor people inside the united States. We believe it is our right, therefore, to defend ourselves against such armed forces and that all Black and oppressed people should be armed for self defense of our homes and communities against these fascist police forces.
  8. WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO ALL WARS OF AGGRESSION. We believe that the various conflicts which exist around the world stem directly from the aggressive desire of the United States ruling circle and government to force its domination upon the oppressed people of the world. We believe that if the United States government or its lackeys do not cease these aggressive wars it is the right of the people to defend themselves by any means necessary against their aggressors.
  9. WE WANT FREEDOM FOR ALL BLACK AND OPPRESSED PEOPLE NOW HELD IN U. S. FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY, CITY AND MILITARY PRISONS AND JAILS. WE WANT TRIALS BY A JURY OF PEERS FOR All PERSONS CHARGED WITH SO-CALLED CRIMES UNDER THE LAWS OF THIS COUNTRY. We believe that the many Black and poor oppressed people now held in United States prisons and jails have not received fair and impartial trials under a racist and fascist judicial system and should be free from incarceration. We believe in the ultimate elimination of all wretched, inhuman penal institutions, because the masses of men and women imprisoned inside the United States or by the United States military are the victims of oppressive conditions which are the real cause of their imprisonment. We believe that when persons are brought to trial they must be guaranteed, by the United States, juries of their peers, attorneys of their choice and freedom from imprisonment while awaiting trial.
  10. WE WANT LAND, BREAD, HOUSING, EDUCATION, CLOTHING, JUSTICE, PEACE AND PEOPLE'S COMMUNITY CONTROL OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY. When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are most disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpation, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.[16]

Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere - I am Not A Racist 24.flv

    We Need Some Action!

"This country is a nation of thieves. It stole everything it has, beginning with black people. The U.S. cannot justify its existence as the policeman of the world any longer. I do not want to be a part of the American pie. The American pie means raping South Africa, beating Vietnam, beating South America, raping the Philippines, raping every country you’ve been in. I don’t want any of your blood money. I don’t want to be part of that system. We must question whether or not we want this country to continue being the wealthiest country in the world at the price of raping everybody else."

– Stokely Carmichael, Honorary Prime Minister [17]

Survival programs: We intend to perfect the programs of the past concerning drug & alcohol, prevention and intervention, by adding psychotherapy to help clients learn to accept, appreciate, and transform their experience for two main reasons.


(1.) To prevent relapse and re-addiction, in light of sobriety.

(2.) To encourage prevetion/intervention for (current/past) addicts and their families


Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere - The House Negro 24.flvInspired by Mao Zedong's advice to revolutionaries in the The Little Red Book, Newton called on the Panthers to "serve the people" and to make "survival programs" a priority within its branches. The most famous and successful of their programs was the Free Breakfast for Children Program, initially run out of an Oakland church. Millere and Gaines has vowed to not only follow these techniques but to do greater to meet a greater harvest than in the past.Other survival programs intended will be free services such as clothing distribution, classes on politics and economics, free psychotherapy, free counseling-therapy, free medical clinics, lessons on self-defense and first aid, transportation to upstate prisons for family members of inmates, an emergency-response ambulance program, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and testing for sickle-cell disease.[18]   

                                                                                                                                                                                                  White supremacy is the belief and promotion of the belief that white people are superior to people of other racial backgrounds. The term is sometimes used specifically to describe a political ideology that advocates the social and politicaldominance by whites.[1] White supremacy, as with racial supremacism in general, is rooted in ethnocentrism and a desire forhegemony.[2] White supremacy has frequently resulted in anti-black and antisemitic violence. Different forms of white supremacy have different conceptions of who is considered white, and not all white supremacist organizations agree on who is their greatest enemy.[3]

White supremacist groups can be found in most countries and regions with a significant white population, including North AmericaEuropeAustraliaNew ZealandSouth Africa and Latin America. The militant approach taken by white supremacist groups has caused them to be watched closely by law enforcement officials. Some European countries have laws forbiddinghate speech, as well as other laws that ban or restrict some white supremacist organizations.

"Thus, Christianity, practiced in its present form in America, over the last 400yrs was simply used to control, enslave, and bind the African born in America, not free him. One day, when you realize that you are in darkness and you open your eyes to truly see. One day when you become wise enough to desire your sight. One day, when you are sick and tired of being sick and tired; you will come to the knowledge of this truth. But as long as you are willing to lie to yourself you will never see the light of this salvation. You will never have peace in this country! You will never have freedom in this country! You will never justice in this country because their is no justice without peace. And anytime you're running around in the 21st Century begging for freedom. You will never be free. Freedom is something that you must do for yourself! And until you are really ready and willing to pay the price of freedom. You will be nothing, in this country, but a second class citizens or what is known as a 20th Century Slave. You may ask what is the price of freedom? The price of freedom is revolution and sometimes death."

Do Not Allow The Deaths And Sacrifices Of Our Black Assassinated Leaders, To Improve The Conditions Of Our Communities Be In Vain. Join The Fight, "Operation Save The Black Community." Allow us to come to your town.  Dr. Mauricelm-Lei Millere;  Independent African Associated Press 2011                                                 

Lesson Plan: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: A Common Solution.  
King and Malcolm X Here the two titans of freedom humbles themselves to make their first public appearance together. The attempt to consolidate the "Negroes' cause with a simple jesture, to embrace by shaking hands. The simple act achieved its purpose, "Negro Unity," thus, Malcom's Organization For African American Unity (or OAAU). The small but potent victory would be short lived. Cointelpro whom had been investigating both men would orchestrate their murders. To Martin's shock, he learns that his fellow philosopher and companion had been murdered during a speech in New York, February 13, 1965. Martin would be murdered three years later, April 4, 1968. Later evidence gives way to both men being murdered by the CIA through their
own inner circle.

                                           Stokely Carmichael in Alabama, 1966Stokley Carmichael (or Kwame Toure), was, secretly, being trained by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Minister Malcolm X, before their death to ensure their, united, "Reparation And Back To Africa Operation." Observe the "1967 Vietnam Anti-War Campaign", in Chicago Illinois.  In gloom of the, brutal, February 1965 assasination of Minister Malcolm X (or Elhadj Malik El-Shabazz) and, then, assasination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Carmichael and others observed the death as an conspiracy.  
Dr. Mauricelm-lei Millere,   "King And X United - An Higher Administration" Speech, White Oak Missionary Baptist Church, Maysville, N.C.; Independent African American Press 2005
Carmichael States, "When you killed Dr. King you declared war on America."As word of King's murder in Memphis, Tennessee spread on the evening of Thursday, April 4, crowds began to gather at 14th and U. Stokely Carmichael, theTrinidad and Tobago-born activist and Howard University graduate, had parted with King in 1966, and had been removed as head of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in 1967, but led members of the SNCC to stores in the neighborhood demanding that they close out of respect. Although polite at first, the crowd fell out of control and began breaking windows. By 11pm, widespread looting had begun, as well as in over 30 other cities.

Mayor-Commissioner Walter Washington ordered the damage cleaned up immediately the next morning. However, anger was still evident when Carmichael addressed a rally at Howard warning of, and threatening violence on Friday morning and after the close of the rally, crowds walking down 7th Street NW came into violent confrontations with police, as well as in the H Street NE corridor. By midday, numerous buildings were on fire, with firefighters attacked with bottles and rocks and unable to respond to them.

 Carmichael at this injuncture could no longer accept nonviolence as a philosophy nor intergration. He was invited to various places nationally and internationally to explain his views. He is met with some resistence from the very organization that hailed him as Prime Minister Of Defense.
 However, Carmichael soon began to distance himself from the Panthers. The Panthers and Carmichael disagreed on whether white activists should be allowed to help the Panthers. The Panthers believed that white activists could help the movement, while Carmichael thought asMalcolm X, saying that the white activists needed to organize their own communities first. In 1969, he and his then-wife, the South African singer Miriam Makeba, moved to Guinea-Conakrywhere he became an aide to Guinean prime minister Ahmed Sékou Touré and the student of exiled Ghanaian President Kwame Nkrumah.[16] Makeba was appointed Guinea's official delegate to the United Nations.[17] Three months after his arrival in Africa, in July 1969, he published a formal rejection of the Black Panthers, condemning the Panthers for not beingseparatist enough and their "dogmatic party line favoring alliances with white radicals".[5]

Original six members of the Black Panther Party (1966)
Top left to right: Elbert "Big Man" HowardHuey P. Newton
(Defense Minister), Sherman ForteBobby Seale (Chairman)
Bottom: Reggie Forte and Little Bobby Hutton (Treasurer
Awareness of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense grew rapidly after their May 2, 1967 protest at the California State Assembly.
In May 1967, the Panthers invaded the State Assembly Chamber in Sacramento, guns in hand, in what appears to have been a publicity stunt. Still, they scared a lot of important people that day. At the time, the Panthers had almost no following. Now, (a year later) however, their leaders speak on invitation almost anywhere radicals gather, and many whites wear "Honkeys for Hueybuttons, supporting the fight to free Newton, who has been in jail since last Oct. 28 (1967) on the charge that he killed a policeman..."[21]

In October 1967, Huey Newton was arrested for the murder of Oakland Police Officer John Frey, a murder he later admitted and pointed to with pride.[22] At the time, Newton claimed that he had been falsely accused, leading to the "Free Huey" campaign. On February 17, 1968, at the "Free Huey" birthday rally in the Oakland Auditorium, several Black Panther Party leaders spoke. H. Rap Brown, Black Panther Party Minister of Justice, declared:  Huey Newton is our only living revolutionary in this country today...He has paid his dues. He has paid his dues. How many white folks did you kill today?[9]  The mostly black crowd erupted in applause. James Forman, Black Panther Party Minister of Foreign Affairs, followed with an even more incendiary speech:  We must serve notice on our oppressors that we as a people are not going to be frightened by the attempted assassination of our leaders. For my assassination—and I'm the low man on the totem pole—I want 30 police stations blown up, one southern governor, two mayors, and 500 cops, dead. If they assassinate Brother Carmichael, Brother Brown...Brother Seale, this price is tripled. And if Huey is not set free and dies, the sky is the limit![23]

n August 1967, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) instructed its program "COINTELPRO" to "neutralize" what the FBI called "black nationalist hate groups" and other dissident groups. In September 1968, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover described the Black Panthers as "the greatest threat to the internal security of the country."[50]By 1969, the Black Panthers and their allies had become primary COINTELPRO targets, singled out in 233 of the 295 authorized "Black Nationalist" COINTELPRO actions. The goals of the program were to prevent the unification of militant black nationalist groups and to weaken the power of their leaders, as well as to discredit the groups to reduce their support and growth. The initial targets included the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Revolutionary Action Movement and the Nation of Islam. Leaders who were targeted included the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.Stokely CarmichaelH. Rap Brown, Maxwell Stanford and Elijah Muhammad.

An Chicago (CIA/FBI) Informant Named Jessie Jackson and  Blackstone Rangers

Part of the FBI COINTELPRO actions were directed at creating and exploiting existing rivalries between black nationalist factions. One such attempt was to "intensify the degree of animosity" between the Black Panthers and the Blackstone Rangers, a Chicago street gang. They sent an anonymous letter to the Ranger’s gang leader claiming that the Panthers were threatening his life, a letter whose intent was to induce "reprisals" against Panther leadership. In Southern California similar actions were taken to exacerbate a "gang war" between the Black Panther Party and a group called the US Organization. Violent conflict between these two groups, including shootings and beatings, led to the deaths of at least four Black Panther Party members. FBI agents claimed credit for instigating some of the violence between the two groups.[51]

On January 17, 1969, Los Angeles Panther Captain Bunchy Carter and Deputy Minister John Huggins were killed in Campbell Hall on the UCLA campus, in a gun battle with members of US Organization stemming from a dispute over who would control UCLA's black studies program. Another shootout between the two groups on March 17 led to further injuries. It was alleged that the FBI had sent a provocative letter to US Organization in an attempt to create antagonism between US and the Panthers.[52]

An (FBI/CIA) Informant Named Bobby Seale (aka "Barbeque Man")

Bobby Seale was one of the original "Chicago Eight" defendants charged with conspiracy and inciting to riot, in the wake of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, inChicago. The evidence against Seale was slim as Seale was a last minute replacement for Eldridge Cleaver and had been in Chicago for only two days of the convention.[5]Judge Julius Hoffman sentenced him to four years of imprisonment for contempt because of his outbursts, and eventually ordered Seale severed from the case, hence the "Chicago Seven". During the trial, one of Seale's many outbursts led the judge to have him bound and gagged,[6] as commemorated in the song "Chicago" written by Graham Nash[7] and mentioned in the poem and song "H2Ogate Blues" by Gil Scott-Heron.[8]

The trial of the Chicago Eight was depicted in the 1987 HBO television movie Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8, whose script relied heavily upon transcripts from the court proceedings. Seale was portrayed by actor Carl Lumbly.

Cointelpro drops Charges Against Bobby Seale

While serving his four year sentence, Seale was put on trial again in 1970 in the New Haven Black Panther trials. Several officers of the Panther organization had murdered a fellow Panther, Alex Rackley, who had confessed under torture to being a police informant.[9] The leader of the murder plan, George Sams, Jr., turned state's evidence and testified that he had been ordered to kill Rackley by Seale himself, who had visited New Haven only hours before the murder. The New Haven trials were accompanied by a large demonstration in New Haven on May Day, 1970, which coincided with the beginning of the American college Student Strike of 1970. The jury was unable to reach a verdict in Seale's trial, and the charges were eventually dropped. Seale was released from prison in 1972.[2] While in prison Seale’s wife Artie became pregnant allegedly by fellow Panther Fred Bennett. Bennett’s murdered and mutilated remains were found in a suspected Panther hideout in April 1971.[10] Seale was implicated in the murder with police suspecting he had ordered it in retaliation for the affair. However, no charges were pressed.[11]

Huey Newton, Bert Schneider, And The Chastisement Of Bobby Seale

After his release from prison, Seale ran for Mayor of Oakland, California in 1973.[12] He received the second most votes in a field of nine candidates[2] but ultimately lost in a run-off with incumbent mayor John Reading.[12] In 1974 Seale and Huey Newton argued over a proposed movie about the Panthers that Newton wanted Bert Schneider to produce. According to several accounts the argument escalated to a fight where Newton, backed by his armed bodyguards, beat Seale with a bullwhip so badly that Seale required extensive medical treatment for his injuries, went into hiding for nearly a year, and ended his affiliation with the Party.[13][14] Seale denied any such physical altercation took place dismissing rumors that he and Newton were ever less than friends.[15]

A White Devil Named David Joel Horowitz aka "Espianoge For CIA/FBI"
David Joel Horowitz (born January 10, 1939) is an American conservative writer and policy advocate. David Horowitz is a founder and current president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, edits FrontPage Magazine, and also writes for Christopher Ruddy's NewsMax.[2] Horowitz has also founded the organization Students for Academic Freedom, whose stated goal is combatting leftist indoctrination in academia.  Horowitz was raised by parents who were both members of the Communist Party USA. Between 1956 and 1975, Horowitz was an outspoken adherent of the New Leftbefore rejecting Leftism completely. Horowitz has recounted his ideological journey in a series of retrospectives, culminating with his 1996 memoir Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey.

An FBI/CIA Agent Named Elaine Brown aka " Mrs Brown Nose"
Writer David Horowitz has accused Brown of ordering the murder of Betty Van Patter, a former Black Panther Party accountant and mother of three, in 1973.[11] Horowitz alleges that Van Patter intended to go public with illegalities she had uncovered in the Black Panthers account books, and that Brown had Van Patter murdered because these allegations would have hindered Brown's city council bid.[12][13] Brown's 1992 book A Taste of Power claimed that Van Patter had a criminal past and had been convicted of drug trafficking. After protests by the Van Patter family, these claims were removed from subsequent editions of the book as they turned out to be a fabrication by Elaine Brown.

Elaine Brown And David Horowitz   The Murder of Betty van Patter

Black Panther bookkeeper Betty van Patter was murdered in 1974, and although this crime was never solved, the Panthers, according to the magazine Mother Jones, were “almost universally believed to be responsible”.[60] David Horowitz became certain that Black Panther members were responsible and denounced the Panthers. When Huey Newton was shot dead 15 years later, Horowitz characterized Newton as a killer.[61] When Art Goldberg, a former colleague at Ramparts, alleged that Horowitz himself was responsible for the death of van Patter by recommending her for the position of Black Panther accountant, Horowitz counter-alleged that "the Panthers had killed more than a dozen people in the course of conducting extortion, prostitution and drug rackets in the Oakland ghetto." He said further that the organization was committed "to doctrines that are false and to causes that are demonstrably wrongheaded and even evil."[62] Former chairperson Elaine Brown also questioned Horowitz's motives in recommending van Patter to the Panthers; she suspected espionage.[63]  In 1977, after Newton returned from Cuba and ordered the beating of a female Panther who organized many of the Party's social programs, Brown left the Party.[67]

Although many scholars and activists date the Party's downfall to the period before Brown became the leader, an increasingly smaller cadre of Panthers continued to exist through the 1970s. By 1980, Panther membership had dwindled to 27, and the Panther-sponsored school finally closed in 1982 after it had become known that Newton was embezzling funds from the school to pay for his drug addiction.[65][68]

The Black Liberation Army (BLA) was an underground, black nationalist-Marxist militant organization supported by Soviet Union secret services, that operated in theUnited States from 1970 to 1981. Composed largely of former Black Panthers (BPP), the organization's program was one of "armed struggle" and its stated goal was to "take up arms for the liberation and self-determination of black people in the United States."[1] The BLA carried out a series of bombings, robberies (what participants termed "expropriations"), and prison breaks.

Birth Of The New Black Panther Party For Self Defense

A Very Controversial Group:  A Very Extreme Form Of Black Panthers

New Black Panther Party

In 1989, a group calling itself the "New Black Panther Party" was formed in Dallas, Texas. Ten years later, the NBPP became home to many former Nation of Islam members when the chairmanship was taken by Khalid Abdul Muhammad.

The Anti-Defamation League and The Southern Poverty Law Center consider the New Black Panthers as a hate group.[87] Members of the original Black Panther Party have insisted that this New Black Panther Party is illegitimate and have strongly objected that there "is no new Black Panther Party".[88]   1987 Michael McGee, an alderman in Milwaukee, threatened to disrupt white events throughout the city unless more jobs were created for black people. He held a "state of the inner city" press conference in 1990 at City Hall to announce the creation of the Black Panther Militia. Aaron Michaels, a community activist and radio producer, was inspired to establish the New Black Panther Party.

Michaels rose to widespread attention for the first time when he called on blacks to use shotguns and rifles in Philadelphia to protest against the chairman of a school board who had been taped calling blackstudents "little niggers."[7] In 1998, the attorney Khalid Abdul Muhammad brought the organization into the national spotlight when he led the group to intervene in response to the 1998 murder of James Byrd, Jr. in Jasper, Texas. He also made the NBPP well-known for their vehement school board disruptions and public appearances.

Honorable Minister, Lawyer, And Black Statesman - Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad

Khalid Abdul Muhammad (born Harold Moore, Jr.; January 12, 1948 – February 17, 2001) was an African American activist who came to prominence as the National Assistant to Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam (NOI). After a 1993 speech at Kean College Khalid was condemned and removed from his position in the Nation of Islam by Louis Farrakhan. He was also censured by the United States House of Representatives.[1]

After being removed from the Nation of Islam he served as the National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party until his death in 2001. His views were considered controversial among most Americans, but his strong condemnations of white power gained him the support of many black youth.

Early life

Muhammad was raised by his aunt, Carrie Moore Vann, in Houston, Texas, where he attended Bruce Elementary School, E.O. Smith Junior High School, and all-Black Phyllis Wheatley High School. He was also an Eagle Scout.[citation needed] After graduating high school, Muhammad went to Dillard University in Louisiana, where he was known as Harold Vann, to pursue a degree in theological studies, but he did notgraduate. At this time, he ministered at Sloan Memorial Methodist Church. In 1967, he was initiated into Omega Psi Phi fraternity (Theta Sigma chapter). Later, Muhammad transferred to Pepperdine University and earned his Bachelor's degree.

Nation of Islam

In 1970, while attending Dillard, Muhammad joined the Nation of Islam,[2] which was then under the leadership of Elijah Muhammad. He changed his name to Harold Smith, became Minister Louis Farrakhan's protégé, and was active as a recruiter within the organization. In 1978, Muhammad was appointed Western Regional Minister of the Nation of Islam and leader of Mosque #27. In 1983, Minister Farrakhan named him Khalid after the Islamic general Khalid ibn al-Walid, a follower of Muhammad, calling him the Sword of Allah.

By 1984, Muhammad had become one of Louis Farrakhan's most trusted advisors in the Nation of Islam. He traveled to Libya on a fund-raising trip, where he became well acquainted with that country's leader,Muammar al-Gaddafi. Muhammad's dedication to Farrakhan and to the message of the NOI eventually secured him the title of national spokesman and he was named one of Louis Farrakhan's friends in 1981. He served at Nation of Islam mosques in New York and Atlanta throughout the 1980s and was convicted of fraud in 1988.[3] In 1991, he became Farrakhan's personal assistant.

Muhammad's new position involved public speaking engagements, where he became known for his inflammatory anti-white, anti-semitic, and anti-homosexual speeches along with notions of Black self-empowerment and black separation. Muhammad's condemnation of whites and Jews extended to conservative Blacks, whom he criticized for what he perceived as their self-subjugation.

In 1993, following a speech at Kean College in Union Township, New Jersey, in which Muhammad referred to Jews as bloodsuckers; labeled the Pope a "no-good cracker"; and advocated the murder of any and all white South Africans who would not leave the nation subsequent to a warning period of 24 hours. He used the Book of John in the Bible as an excuse to defend his hatred of "so-called White Jews", saying that they crucified Jesus because he revealed them to be liars, and of "their father, the Devil". The United States Senate voted 97–0 to censure Muhammad, and the United States House of Representatives in a special session passed a House Resolution. When he was also reprimanded by the NOI, he left the organization. There is some question as to whether Muhammad was removed from the organization by Louis Farrakhanor if his departure was voluntary (important to note is that Farrakhan stated in a press conference that he was not removing Muhammad because of the content of his comments, which he even defended as "truths", but because of the "mockery" tone in which they were said.) In 1994, Muhammad appeared on The Phil Donahue Show. He participated in heated arguments with Jewish audience members amid an explanation of his public statements.

Muhammad was shot by James Bess, a former NOI member, after he spoke at the University of California at Riverside on May 29, 1994. Muhammad believed the shooting was a part of a conspiracy against him.

New Black Panther Party

After being stripped of his position as NOI spokesman, Muhammad became the national chairman of the New Black Panther Party. On May 21, 1997, he delivered a heated speech at San Francisco State University in which he criticized Jews, whites, Catholics and homosexuals. He endorsed a Holocaust denial position, asserted Jewish control over U.S. policy, and alleged Jewish involvement in various conspiracies.[4]

In 1998, Muhammad organized the Million Youth March in New York City. The march was controversial from its inception as New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani denied organizers a permit, calling it a hate march. A court ruled that the event could go on but scaled back its duration and size. At the conclusion of the rally, just as Muhammad appeared on the stage to speak, the demonstration was interrupted by a low-flying police helicopter that acted as a signal for more than 3,000 police in riot gear, including some mounted on horseback, to come in and disperse the crowd. In response, Muhammad exhorted the rally participants to attack the oncoming police, to beat them with rails, and to shoot them with their own guns. Dozens were arrested, and 30 officers and five civilians were injured.[5][6] Mayor Giuliani said that the march turned out to be precisely what he predicted, “filled with hatred, horrible, awful, vicious, anti-Semitic and other anti-white rhetoric, as well as exhortations to kill people, murder people...the speeches given today should not occur [at] any place.”[5] In subsequent activism, Muhammad convened a second march in 1999 that drew roughly 90 participants and no incidents with the police, even though he made threats that his speech would include all his beliefs beforehand.

In 2000, Muhammad's beliefs were introduced to a completely new demographic when it was revealed that one of the contestants on the American version of the Dutch television show Big Brother, William Collins (Hiram Ashantee), was a follower of his. He also appeared in an episode of Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends.

In 2001, Muhammad died suddenly of a brain aneurysm in AtlantaGeorgia, at the age of 53.


Conspiracy Assassination Of Khalid Abdul Muhammad

Muhammad was shot by James Bess, a former NOI member, after he spoke at the University of California at Riverside on May 29, 1994. Muhammad believed the shooting was a part of a conspiracy against him. Others within, and outside, the New Black Panther Party and N.O.I. believe that the autopsy report was falsified and that the "Powers That Be" finally succeeded in uniting Muhammad with his Zeitgeist.  When former Nation of Islam (NOI) minister Khalid Abdul Muhammad became the national chairman of the NBPP from the late 1990s until his death in 2001, the group attracted many breakaway members of the NOI. The NBPP is currently led by Malik Zulu Shabazz; it upholds Khalid Abdul Muhammad as the de facto father of the movement.

The Contraversial And Extreme Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz

Malik Zulu Shabazz (born Paris Lewis in 1968[1]) is an American attorney and the National Chairman of the New Black Panther Party. He is a frequent guest on television talk shows, such as Face the NationMeet the PressThe O'Reilly Factor, and Hannity.[2]   In April 2010, Malik Zulu Shabazz appointed French Black leader Stellio Capo Chichi as the representative of the movement in France.[5] Capo Chichi has been holding the position of head of the francophone branch of NBPP.[6]    Shabazz was born and raised in Los AngelesCalifornia. His father, James Lewis, was a Muslim who was killed under mysterious circumstances when Shabazz was a child. He credits his mother, who became a successful businesswoman, and his grandfather, who introduced him to the Nation of Islam, as strong influences.[3][4]

Shabazz graduated from Howard University and the Howard University School of Law.[3] In 1995, while he was a law student, Shabazz ran an unsuccessful campaign for a seat on the Washington, D.C.City Council.[4][5] In 1996, Shabazz founded Black Lawyers for Justice.[1]

In 1998, he was recognized by the National Bar Association with its "Young Lawyer of the Year" award.[6] Later that year, he again ran without success for a seat on the D.C. Council.[6]

Controversial Statements

Shabazz first came to widespread public attention in 1994, when Unity Nation, a student group he founded at Howard University, invited Khalid Abdul Muhammad, chairman of the New Black Panther Party, to speak.[7] Introducing the speaker, Shabazz engaged in a call and response with the audience:

"Who is it that caught and killed Nat Turner?"
"The Jews!"
"Who is it that controls the Federal Reserve?"
"The Jews!"
"Who is it that has our entertainers... and our athletes in a vise grip?"
"The Jews!"[5]

A year later, Shabazz told an interviewer that everything he said was true, with the possible exception of the assertion concerning Nat Turner.[4]

The Anti-Defamation League describes Shabazz as "anti-Semitic and racist".[1]

Dr Malik Zulu Shabazz's NBBP Leadership

Shabazz followed Muhammad's lead and joined the New Black Panther Party about 1997. When Muhammad—who greatly expanded the organization and rose to its chairmanship—died in 2001, Shabazz took over as National Chairman.[6] The group is described by the Anti-Defamation League as "the largest organized anti-Semitic and racist black militant group in America".[8]

The principles promoted by Shabazz include:

New Black Panther Party's Black Nationalist AdvisorNbplogo.png

Mauricelm-Lei Millere was born on May 28, 1973 minister (Ethiopian Orthodox / Islam? / / /, psychotherapist, poet, philosopher, Black Nationalist, Human Rights Leader.  A twin (fraternal) to sister named Mary-Frances, he had 10, other, sibblings. Mauricelm-Lei shares a dual citizenship in Kaduna State (Hausa Tribe,, Nigeria,, and Mariana, Arkansas, United States,, Arkansas. His father, Johnnie Millere, is a well known baptist pastor, business owner, and he studied biblical ethics and divine science; he was a geat promoter of Dr. EC Morris and Dr. AH Miller(e) (said to be an "great-great" uncle). His mother, Nellie M. Millere-Brownlee, studied psychology of counseling and taught christian ethics through the church administration; she was a great proponent of Sigmund Freud & Carl Rogers. The strongest influences, in his life, were his mother, father, and grandparents(deceased). Josephine and Samuel Rogers,, whom he, frequently, lived with died 3yrs apart. Josephine (daughter of Calcuttan Indians enslaved in America) was a seamtress and retired rural teacher. She helps little Maurice, at age thirteen, cope with the loss of a sibbling, Shawn-Everette, who drowned during a family reunion. She advised him to "discover laughter in the most difficult of times," due to a brief onset of depression." His grandfather, the son of Calcuttan Indians enslaved in America,; whom he recognized, "as his best friend ever!", was a welknown baptist pastor, farmer, naval veteran. He studied biblical history, social sciences, and trained as Clinical Chaplain. Mauricelm, or little Maurice as he was called, learns much under his tutor, especially psychotherapy. Little Maurice learns to recognize letters and words as early as 3yrs of age; with the help of his eldest sister (deceased) Scharlotte-Alice Hervey, a minor influence. The first thing that he reads is the "Law Of An Eye For An Eye" (or revolution / war) followed by the Decalogue (or peace). His grandfather explains these writings as "the arts of war and peace."   New Black Panther Party members often called him "Little Malcolm X", (see, also,

New Black Panther Party's Philosophy, Ideology, & Criticisms

The New Black Panther Party identifies with the original Black Panther Party and claims to uphold its legacy. It also says that many others see the organization similarly. The NBPP is largely seen by boththe general public and by prominent members of the original party[1] as illegitimate. Huey Newton Foundation members, containing a significant number of the original party's leaders, once successfully sued the group; their ultimate objective in doing so — to prevent the NBPP from using the Panther name — appears to have been unsuccessful. In response to the suit, Aaron Michaels branded the original Panthers "has-been wannabe Panthers", adding: "Nobody can tell us who we can call ourselves."[8]

Although the NBPP says it sees capitalism as the fundamental problem with the world and "revolution" as the solution, the new party does not draw its influences from Marxism or Maoism as the original party did. Instead, it promotes the Kawaida theory of Maulana Karenga, which includes black unity, collective action, and cooperative economics.[9] The NBPP says it fights the oppression of black and brown people and that its members are on top of current issues facing black communities across the world. Also, it notes that not all its members are members of the Nation of Islam, though the group acknowledges universal "spirituality" practices within the organization.[10]

Over time, many groups subscribing to varying degrees of radicalism have called for the "right to self-determination" for black people, particularly US blacks. Critics of the NBPP say that the group's politics represent a dangerous departure from the original intent of black nationalism; specifically, that they are starkly anti-white, and also anti-Semitic. The Southern Poverty Law Center classifies the NBPP as a "black racist" hate group. Even the mildest critics of the organization have said that the NBPP's provocative brand of black supremacy undermines other civil rights efforts.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a NBPP critic, has noted Muhammad's statement that "there are no good crackers, and if you find one, kill him before he changes."[11][12][13]