Black Minister Denounces New Black Panther Party; Accuses Obama Administration of Racial Pay-Back Politics
July 5, 2010
CHESAPEAKE, Va., (christiansunite.com) -- Bishop E.W. Jackson Sr., President of STAND (Staying True to America's National Destiny), a grassroots organization dedicated to ending the racial divide, has denounced the Obama administration, accusing Eric Holder of engaging in "pay-back" against white people in the way the Attorney General's Office handled the black panther case. During the 2008 Presidential election, two members of the New Black Panther Party stood outside a voting poll in Philadelphia dressed in black uniforms and carrying nightsticks. Film shows that they were physically blocking the voting entrance at times and making racially incendiary statements such as, "Now you are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker." They also called white voters "devils."
According to Bishop Jackson, the Black Panther case shows liberal racism in treating minorities like inferior victims entitled to special treatment. J. Christian Adams, former Assistant Attorney General and lead attorney on the Black Panther case, has alleged hostility in Obama's AG office to bringing any cases of black intimidation of white voters. The case against the Panthers was dismissed even though career Assistant AG's said it was an easy case which they had already won by default.
The Attorney General accused America of being a "nation of cowards" when it comes to matters of race. "His answer," asks Jackson, "is to reward racist thugs with special treatment? To give favored treatment to a black group which represents racial hatred? If this were the KKK, would treatment be the same?"
STAND's President argues that we are witnessing the Jeremiah Wright-Barack Obama connection. As a Pastor himself, Jackson believes that the influence of Wright on Obama is profound and persistent. Therefore, the President appointed an A.G. with the same racial orientation. "Their racial attitudes," says the Bishop, "are now showing up in administration policy at the highest levels, and this is dangerous."
Jackson is calling on his supporters to demand a Congressional Investigation and a Special Prosecutor to get to the bottom of the scandal. "This administration," says Mr. Jackson, "has called the people of Arizona racists. Since they are willing to throw that accusation around, they ought to also answer for their own apparent anti-white racial bias."