The Washington Times - July 8, 2010, 03:04PM

The failure of the Obama administration’s Department of Justice to prosecute members of the New Black Panther Party, caused an uproar last year, but since former DOJ attorney J. Christian Adams spoke out and testified before the U.S. Civil Rights Commission that the decision to drop the Black Panther case was politically motivated on the basis of race, questions are being asked about whether or not  Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department is being run on a political agenda from the White House. 


In the video clip above (h/t Naked Emperor News), New Black Panther Party member Minister King Samir Shabazz is shown intimidating voters with racial epithets. In another clip, he is shown screaming at individuals saying things like: 

 “I hate white people. All of them. Every last iota of a cracker I hate him…white, dirty cracker whores…you’re going to have to kill some crackers. You’re going to have to kill some of their babies.” 

The individual standing next to Mr. Shabazz is Jerry Jackson. Very little has been mentioned about him, but last year, I posted images from Mr. Jackson’s MySpace page (before his MySpace page was pulled offline) which shows Mr. Jackson to be just as vitriolic as Mr. Shabazz. Here is a sampling of what was on Mr. Jackson’s page (**WARNING: OFFENSIVE CONTENT):


“F*** Whitey’s Christmas

An image of an execution scene from the cult hit film “Pulp Fiction”

A photo of a man holding a sign saying, “DEPORT WHITE PEOPLE”

A derogatory anti-cop poster titled “BEWARE OF PIG”

An image of Saddam Hussein before his execution and profanity towards the police

A photo of a cop sitting next to a black child in a toy car.  Beneath the image the phrase “Racial Profiling: It Starts Early”

photoshopped movie poster of the “Bourne Supremacy” is re-worded to say “The Bourne White Supremacy”  A swastika is added to Matt Damon’s cheek, and the scope of his firearm is photoshopped to look as if he is about to shoot a black man.  The “n” word is used to describe who “Matt Damon hates” in this movie poster.  The phrase, “They should have just stayed in Africa” is photoshopped at the top of the image. 

This is the other New Black Panther Party member, the Justice Department did not prosecute. Mr. Jackson is active in Philadelphia politics. When the incident at the Philadelphia polling station happened, he was was also an elected member of Philadelphia’s 14th Ward Democratic Committee and was credentialed to be at the polling place.

In the meantime, the New Black Panthers have gone after Fox News (h/t Breitbat.Tv via Gateway Pundit):

New Black Panther’s Malik Zulu Shabazz told Russia Today: “They [Fox News] have no intention on being, as they say, fair and balanced. They want to paint us as extremists and they don’t want the truth to come out because they have political purposes,” said Shabazz.

He continued, later adding that “this is just part of the right wing paranoia in playing on racial fears, unfounded racial fears in every way. I say Fox News should be ashamed of themselves. We used to be on Fox for years, but now they won’t call us, but they like to talk about us but they are afraid to talk to me and us.”