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The traditional struggle for RIGHTS of Black People (People of African descent) in America, has always been "domesticated/domestic" to a (US Domestic & Colonial Domestic) Civil Rights paradigm, which became legalized in 1866 along with (Radical) Reconstruction & the 13 & 14 Amendment to the US Constitution.
This struggle for Black Rights, continued all the way through to reintroduction of legalized Black oppression via Black Codes or race-based-laws, Convict Leasing, Peonage, Racial Apartheid (Segregation), Genocide, Ethnic Cleansing, Human Rights Violation & overall Crimes Against Humanity Waged Against Black People.
Black Activist, leaders, groups, organizations & religious institutions, continued to fight for Black Civil Rights. This struggle then became threatened by armed terrorist & armed extremist who did not agree with the agenda for Black Civil Rights; these (white) terrorist & extremist assaulted, beat, brutalized, tortured, lynched, terrorized and murdered people. And centers & churches where Black Civil Rights Activist met were set on fire and were demised by incendiary devices. Unarmed Black Civil Rights activist as well as exploiters & supporters of all races and all walks of life were victimized, harmed and murdered.
There were Freedom Rides & Freedom Riders for Black Civil Rights that went throughout the country to fight for Black Civil Rights. However, they too were assaulted, beaten, brutalized, kidnapped, tortured, lynched, terrorized and murdered; buses were set on fire and incendiary devices were used against the buses.
Black Civil Rights' activists, were not only victims of civilian criminals, terrorist & extremist. There were members of law enforcement and officials who also contributed to the carnage, like Bull Connor.
There were several criminal-elected-officials, criminal-governors, criminal-mayors, criminal-commissioners, criminal-senators, criminal-congressmen, criminal-judges, criminal-police officers, criminal-sheriff deputies, criminal-agents--as well as criminal-military-personnel & criminal-national-guards-personnel--who committed crimes that violated Black Civil Rights.
All of which at times led the US President to intervene on behalf of Black Rights, and send in Troops to end the crimes carried out by the criminal officials, politicians and criminal law enforcement as well as the criminal military personnel & national guard, who were harming, maiming, killing, plotting-against. targeting and violating the Rights of Black people.
However, once the Black Civil Rights Movement became armed (first marginally via Robert F. Williams and the Black Guard, The Deacons for Defense & Justice), ultimately by Dr. Kwame Ture (Stokley Carmichael) who is the official author of the Armed Black Civil Rights Movement, starting with the Black Panther Party (Lowndes County Freedom Organization) in 1965--with a formula designed to secure Black Civil Rights and the Black vote, via an armed Black Civil Rights Movement. This formula was then articulated by Bobby Seale & Huey P. Newton, great men, who articulated and transitioned the formula to scientifically fit their conditions, needs and problems in Oakland, California and this formula eventually spread throughout the country.
The Revolutionary Black Panther Party stands before you today as the Official Authors & Founders of the Armed Black Human Rights Movement, The Black Human Rights Movement & the Armed Freedom Rides. Expanding the struggle for Black Rights, to a "...HIGHER LEVEL, TO THE LEVEL OF HUMAN RIGHTS...!"
Well first of all because we have a Human Right to armed self-defense, a human right to defend/secure ourselves against violence, ethnic cleansing, genocide, human rights violations and crimes against humanity, racial warfare/war or war that unlawfully & illegally threatens the lives and well being of our people, community, families and person. Reflective in our human right to be armed. The United States of America, provides the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution, which states that "...the right of the people to bear arms shall not be infringed..." It also states a right to a "...militia...".
We stand as a lawful military (militia) recognized by international law, and our human right to such, and our human right exist and be defined as such. And as reflective of our human rights to be a military (militia); we stand firm on our rights that are reflected in the US Constitutional Rights to be a militia, which we exercise said right(s) as a militia (military). The RBPP is a "Well regulated militia (military)".
Well we learn from the past. We learn from the mistakes of the past. When activist and those struggling for Black Human Rights, rose up unarmed for Black Civil Rights, they were assaulted, beaten, tortured, unlawfully detained, kidnapped, brutalized, lynched, set on fire, attack with flesh ripping water cannon, criminal assaulted with vicious dogs and attacked with incendiary devices that led to their death, as well as many were murdered and assassinated. So, we are not starting off unarmed or the wrong way. We are starting of the right way, i.e. armed.
Because when we armed Black Civil Rights. We then gained rights, were respected and the terrorist attacks against Black people ceased. And we then freely able to serve our people, community and institute programs for our people and overall for Black Civil Rights. However, we do note that criminally-imposed-systematic operations like Cointelpro was waged against us. However, we were still able to defend ourselves against that criminal tyranny to the best of our rightfully armed ability.
The Black Civil Rights Movements' effectiveness and greatness was carried out via extensive Freedom Rides throughout the country. That also coincided with marches, rallies and sit-ins.
However just like the unarmed Civil Rights Movement activist were assaulted, so was its freedom riders.
The Freedom Rides in the past were for Black Civil Rights. Today they are for Black Human Rights, riding from city-to-city and state-to-state with the People's Human Rights Tribunals, for the sentencing and prosecution of violators of Human Rights, the Geneva Convention and Internationally Criminal Law in regards to genocide, ethnic cleansing, human rights violation, racial warfare and race war and crimes against humanity against Black People (people of African descent in America). As well as restoration, restitution, reparations, land, lawful nation-state sovereignty, military, technology and equipment for the violation of International Law, crimes against humanity, human rights violations and ethnic cleansing waged against Black people.
We learn from the past, the same way Black Civil Rights Activist were attacked so were unarmed freedom riders; many who ended up dead or severely injured by armed criminals.
We plan on not making that mistake. So we stand armed, ready to protect ourselves against any armed criminal, or armed terrorist who may try to unlawfully assault us and violate the Human Rights, life, liberty and overall rights of Black people.
Historically the Freedom Rides were to bring forth Black Civil Rights and Justice. Today the Freedom Rides our to bring forth Black Human Rights and Black Human Justice for People of African descent in America.
Through People's Tribunal. The Armed Freedom Rides, is for the purpose of riding city-to-city and state-to-state documenting and hearings of the human rights violations, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing, genocide and overall crimes committed against Black people in order to bring about Justice, Restoration, Restitution, Reparations and Prosecution for the crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing, racial warfare & race war and overall human rights violations against Black People. And to finally end racism, white supremacy, human rights violation, genocide, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing against Black people in America.
Why Are We Armed?
"Armed with the knowledge of our past, we can with confidence charter a course for our future…
This is our aim...
We declare our right on this earth to be a man, to be a human being, to be respected as a human being, to be given the rights of a human being in this society, on this earth, in this day, which we intend to bring into existence by any means necessary.
One of the first steps we are going to become involved in …will be to work with every leader and other organization in this country interested in a program designed to bring your and my problem before the United Nations. This is our first point of business. We feel that the problem of the black man in this country is beyond the ability of Uncle Sam to solve it. It's beyond the ability of the United States government to solve it. The government itself isn't capable of even hearing our problem, much less solving it. It's not morally equipped to solve it.
So we must take it out of the hands of the United States government. And the only way we can do this is by internationalizing it and taking advantage of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Charter on Human Rights, and on that ground bring it into the UN before a world body wherein we can indict Uncle Sam for the continued criminal injustices that our people experience in this government.
To do this, we will have to work with many organizations and many people. We've already gotten promises of support from many …different independent nations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
What Are Freedom Rides For?
We need to expand the civil-rights struggle to a higher level -- to the level of human rights. Whenever you are in a civil-rights struggle, whether you know it or not, you are confining yourself to the jurisdiction of Uncle Sam. No one from the outside world can speak out in your behalf as long as your struggle is a civil-rights struggle. Civil rights comes within the domestic affairs of this country. All of our African brothers and our Asian brothers and our Latin-American brothers cannot open their mouths and interfere in the domestic affairs of the United States. And as long as it's civil rights, this comes under the jurisdiction of Uncle Sam.
But the United Nations has what's known as the charter of human rights; it has a committee that deals in human rights. You may wonder why all of the atrocities that have been committed in Africa and in Hungary and in Asia, and in Latin America are brought before the UN, and the Negro problem is never brought before the UN. This is part of the conspiracy. This old, tricky blue eyed liberal who is supposed to be your and my friend, supposed to be in our corner, supposed to be subsidizing our struggle, and supposed to be acting in the capacity of an adviser, never tells you anything about human rights. They keep you wrapped up in civil rights. And you spend so much time barking up the civil-rights tree, you don't even know there's a human-rights tree on the same floor.
When you expand the civil-rights struggle to the level of human rights, you can then take the case of the black man in this country before the nations .... You can take Uncle Sam before a world court. But the only level you can do it on is the level of human rights. Civil rights keeps you under his restrictions, under his jurisdiction. Civil rights keeps you in his pocket. Civil rights means you're asking Uncle Sam to treat you right. Human rights are something you were born with. Human rights are your God-given rights. Human rights are the rights that are recognized by all nations of this earth. And any time any one violates your human rights, you can take them to the world court.
Uncle Sam's hands are dripping with blood, dripping with the blood of the black man in this country. He's the earth's number-one hypocrite. He has the audacity -- yes, he has -- imagine him posing as the leader of the free world. The free world! And you over here singing "We Shall Overcome." Expand the civil-rights struggle to the level of human rights. Take it into the United Nations, where our African brothers can throw their weight on our side, where our Asian brothers can throw their weight on our side, where our Latin-American brothers can throw their weight on our side, and where 800 million Chinamen are sitting there waiting to throw their weight on our side.
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Ok, Still The Question Still Lingers On, Why Are We Armed?
Armed Freedom Rides
Unarmed Black Civil Rights Activist Assaulted By Armed Criminals, Terrorist & Extremist
FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, DEFENSE & VALUE OF BLACK LIVES
The Revolutionary Black Panther Party &
Our Creation of the Armed Black Human Rights Movement, The Black Human Rights Movement and the Armed Freedom Rides & People's Human Rights Tribunals
(for Black Human Rights & Justice/For Human Rights & Justice for People of African Descent in America)
ON HUMAN RIGHTS, NOT CIVIL RIGHTS
Malcolm X on Front Page Challenge (January 5, 1965, CBC)
In 1965 just weeks before his assassination, Malcolm X appeared on the CBC’s “Front Page Challenge” and addresses Human Rights, Baba Malcolm X states:
Malcolm X New York June 28 1964
Baba Malcolm X on Human Rights as The Higher Level of Rights for Black people - The Ballot or the Bullet,
April 3, 1964 Cleveland, Ohio:
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The RBPP is for the rights of all Humanity & for Defending Black African people
We are not racist, we believe in human rights and humanity, but since Black people suffer the hardest of all human beings, with an ongoing genocide, the Black-African Holocaust, we must stand up for people of African descent, exclusively the hardest and strongest, and when we say 'free us or die .....', we are not inciting violence, we are speaking of being liberated from oppression and die is the result of of an oppressor from us defending ourselves from violence or terrorism, the term 'cracker,' can mean any person, race or color, it was a term used on the plantation by African slaves against people who crackedwhips against them. We are not anti-police, or anti-law-and-order, we are anti-criminal, anti-terrorist and anti-genocide, an occupation doesn't make someone immune to the law, it is very hypocritical to not hold people accountable for crimes because of their occupation, this is why we are ready to use force in self-defense and/or lawful combat, on any criminal regardless of their rank, title or occupation.
The Authors Of The Armed Black Human Rights Movement, The Black Human Rights Movement & Armed Black Freedom Rides
The Historical Struggle For Black Rights - The Civil Rights Paradigm (The US Domestication of Black Rights)
“We are black Americans. We have a problem that goes beyond religion. …
We feel that the problem, number one, of the black man in America is beyond America’s ability to solve. It’s a human problem, not an American problem or a Negro problem. And as a human problem or a world problem, we feel that it should be taken out of the jurisdiction of the United States government and the United States courts and taken into the United Nations in the same manner that the problems of the black man in South Africa, Angola, and other parts of the world — and even the way they’re trying to bring the problems of the Jews in Russia into the United Nations because of violations of human rights.
We believe that our problem is one not one of civil rights but a violation of human rights. Not only are we denied the right to be a citizen in the United States, we are denied the right to be a human being.”
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