Daniel Greenfield, Biden’s new domestic terrorist program denies and ignores the existence of black nationalist terrorism. That comes after Senator Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, among others, pressured the FBI to stop monitoring “black identity extremists”.
Now we’ve got two shootings attacks on police by black nationalist domestic terrorists.
First, Briana Sykes, a Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders supporter, tried to kill a police officer at a Juneteenth parade.
Last year, she reposted a message from Senator Bernie Sanders, promoted by BLM activist Shaun King, stirring up anger over false claims about Breonna Taylor, who was killed when her drug dealer boyfriend opened fire on police.
“Our criminal justice system is racist,” the Sanders smear of the police falsely claimed.
Shortly afterward she posted an anti-police cartoon distributed by the Black Berner Coalition.
Briana promoted a Black Lives Matter “economic boycott” and the claim that BLM rioters were “compelled to burn s___ down” because they’re an “oppressed group”.
And then after over a year of hate and Bernie Sanders memes, Briana Sykes tried to murder a police officer at a Juneteenth parade in Flint, Michigan.
According to authorities, Briana drove up to a police officer and opened fire on him. The officer shot back, wounding the 19-year-old woman.
Now we’ve got a second black nationalist terrorist attack on a police officer.
DBPD investigators said Othal Wallace, 29, was seen on police body camera shooting Officer Jayson Raynor and leaving in a car with California license plates.
Meantime, a Black milita-style group called NFAC, confirmed Wallace used to be a member of their organization.
NFAC was seen in the past year at several rallies across the nation supporting victims of police shootings, such as Breonna Taylor.
NFAC stands for the Not F____ Around Coalition. It’s a black nationalist secessionist group. In its own words.
Commander Grand Master Jay described the NFAC this way, “We’re all ex-military, we’re all very disciplined, we’re all expert shooters. We don’t want to talk no more, we don’t want to negotiate, we don’t want to sing songs, we don’t bring signs to a gun fight. We are an eye for an eye organization. So, when they decide to act right, we’ll decide to act right and we’ll do it all legally, just like they do.” Commander GMJ said the militia is “the backbone for the military, for a new Black nation.”
Commander GMJ laid out his vision of nationhood this way, “The solution is very simple. We follow the declaration of liberation, declaring every African American descendent of slavery a political prisoner here in the United States who were affected by the Portuguese slave trade and then after that the United States has a choice either carve us a piece of land out here, we will take Texas, and let us do our own thing or don’t stop us when we exit this body here and go somewhere where they will give us our own land to build our own nation.”
He’s apparently quite serious about this secessionism.
Eventually, it intends to establish a racially pure country called the United Black Kemetic Nation. (“Kemet,” Jay explained, “is the original name of Egypt, which means ‘land of the Blacks.’”) A patch on Grandmaster Jay’s body armor bore the new nation’s initials, UBKN.
One objection to such a militia is that it is avowedly racist. Jay described its recruiting strategy: “You must be Black,” he said. “If you’re biracial, your father must be Black.”
Elsewhere, he has quoted Hitler approvingly and suggested that the Jews of Europe—“those people running around calling themselves the Jews”—are imposters. He has also seemed to flirt with Holocaust denial. (A sample lyric from one of his hip-hop songs: “They call you racist if you proud of your folks / But they be muting you now if you forget about the Holocaust!”)
Othal Wallace participated in NFAC and New Black Panther Party events.
According to Wallace’s Facebook page, he is a member of the NFAC militia and has walked in armed marches with the group during protests in Louisville against the police killing of Breonna Taylor and in Tulsa. He also marched with the group at Stone Mountain in Georgia.
According to a Facebook post by attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz, Wallace also recently joined the New Black Panther Party. Shabazz, in a now-deleted June 15 post, “I would like to welcome the young warrior O-Zone Wallace into the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense under our new leadership. Brother O-Zone, a Florida man, is a good man with serious field experience. Brother O-Zone respects me and my history and I respect him. I predict Brother Warrior O-Zone Wallace will be instrumental in the re-building of the New Black Panther Party and the entire movement at large.”
Meanwhile, the Biden administration’s domestic terrorism strategy, his party and his media continue to deny that there’s a black nationalist terror problem.