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This is -- make me look fat.
Doesn't keep looking.
-- watch -- show and I'm like man who has -- just make it look so -- Divided we fall.
Heard -- a million times but how come we're not talking about that.
How come we are not talking about the division the intentional division that is happening right now.
We hear about dividing people we hear about people but I called -- maybe I -- media.
But it's on the truth.
Make them say they deny it.
Them if -- deny this.
Asked them if they'll deny -- the Panthers.
Ask them to deny it.
I am divisive because I tell you where ice man.
And where I stand is firmly with the founders where I stand are on the -- principles that came from -- These people -- -- put Moses top ten in a courtroom.
But I'm hateful.
I -- to destroy the country.
I'm divisive because I will point out.
That what -- -- book is is a playbook to topple America from the inside.
I -- divisive because -- errors.
And his ilk learned in the sixties that setting off bombs in the end accomplishes nothing.
That's why he'll put on a high.
And who -- -- to the university what better way to destroy America from the inside.
-- to -- her divided her with the youth.
Do you know that the NEA and now is recommending this ball.
Rules for radicals the first couple of lines from the prologue may I give them to you.
The revolutionary force today has two targets the moral.
As well as the material.
Of the sixties is starting to make sense to me destroyed the morals.
And destroy everything material.
The young protagonists are one moment reminiscent of the idealistic.
Yet they are also -- violence and -- burn the system back home they have no illusions about the system the planning illusions about the -- to change our world this is the point in which I have written this book.
Have you have you watched the -- and -- her as.
If you watch the show and had different well except for you and blog sites.
I watch the news and I and I used to think.
Where's all this stuff coming from.
I mean if you weren't a dope smoking hippie in the sixties and you didn't read this book.
You you can't figure -- out if you weren't indoctrinated by your dope smoking -- professor.
Who read this book you never saw this one coming you used to believe as I did that we're all pretty much alike we all.
Pretty much one way or another we appreciate the founding of this country we appreciate the the principles we know that we've gotten wrong.
But we're trying to be better.
Countries making progress you believe that America is the last best hope for the free world.
What -- What it looks like a moron for believe in that.
No there's a lot of people that believe that we are the oppressor.
And this man states.
He states in this book the purpose.
Is to create mass organizations to seize power while that almost sounds like the tides foundation.
It almost sounds like the unions.
You see you were left out because you did -- this.
There's a new tape out from the black Panthers.
And in my naive days I'd say why isn't the media covering this dollar bill -- that because you haven't read this book.
But you see.
Those media elites not only did they read this book and buy this book they practically memorized this book.
Once you reach back to one of our heroes from the from the sixties it's -- Lindsay once said do you have to act in the end.
Like there's simple black and white clarity between your side and the other side -- you don't get anything done.
I always try to remind myself saw Lindsay when I get confused.
Yeah I bet that's a lot maybe that's why you have that memo -- I east.
Remember that clip because in twenty minutes and it.
-- -- say something else in this but that's gonna turn your hair white.
You think I have.
-- -- They're not gonna cover the plant back and put a black panther story.
It's part of a -- I mean it really I mean if you are looking to destroy America there is a plan out there.
Now last that I told you I wasn't gonna -- the same clip of the Panthers over and over again about killing -- crackers I think -- keep coming out with new -- so.
I -- -- show it tonight begun -- and -- -- to rile you up but I wanna explain to you.
Why is this is happening watch the new clip.
How many white and -- quickest way.
To get rid of police brutality.
How many really want to know.
The quickest way to get -- -- police brutality to get rid of pulleys.
I left quite -- some cracks.
-- -- -- -- Why do I stay in debit card -- up in my -- Sorry I thought for a second there -- I thought -- it's watching Mel Gibson there in the end.
OK pretty profound.
Incredible logic there.
There wouldn't be any police brutality we just didn't have any of those -- police.
Don't worry that's just the Philadelphia arm of the black Panthers and there's no problems with the police getting shot and -- -- at -- No there is.
It's also not like the head of the Panthers is talking now about getting arm.
I told you last night the Tea Party is on them.
White men are already been on -- On an even more.
Ali was that would got a discussion or debate in the black community -- whether that.
We should be job.
Of course we should be mentally -- -- -- spears.
If you don't think that we need to be in self defense according proposal watching the album Second Amendment Rights if you think we should go.
Less than our so called constitutional rights -- at a young man.
So -- army against the black Panthers.
Now but it like six of you.
OK nothing implanted turn there just move along folks an unknown and there and nobody in the media pay any attention and is now.
MSNBC and -- -- to show you this MSNBC.
Went out of their way to show how dangerous -- racist tea parties are.
Was showing up -- guns I wanna show yet I want to -- -- this is from MSNBC.
Now look here's the big -- it is not a racist and arming themselves raises the white arm white arm.
Look -- raise this this is now let me put it.
Carefully -- -- -- -- job let me put it side by side with the original video because we haven't there is there it is what our brave stance.
Big black and -- that's why this on MSNBC just keeps going up.
And then they headed back down whom they never get -- -- -- why we one.
They will go this far to paint.
The right pieces Tea Party don't look at an -- And if -- spew into the black Panthers the administration.
Mark my words the administration is gonna come out.
-- things really heat up after he's given so much rural brings so much room to run long.
-- eventually come out and say.
I am not for these Panthers I -- Where's Nancy Pelosi on this one.
Commissioner says it's all about the police -- and show you this is not about race this is about revolutionaries.
It's not about race and it's the same stupid dope smoking -- -- from the sixties.
You know what let me tell you something.
If you -- in college in the 1960s.
And so sick of you.
And I'm sorry to say that this if you -- in this show most likely you're like I -- brother I went to school these hippies I'm sorry.
But you had to pick up the slack for the fellow Brothers and sisters that you carried your whole life because they went into academia.
Both -- Bill -- I went to prison and then to academia.
I'm sorry but if you're retired now your job ain't done yet you've got to you've got to help you gotta help your country again I know your he fought in Vietnam.
You -- help -- again because the same players are here to destroy it again.
Here's a white person from the Detroit social forum talking about border guards sounds like the Panthers sold legally -- -- access.
With a win over there.
I think yeah.
And they don't feel so that I -- comfortable.
Look at the terrorists -- needed.
I apologize Border Patrol.
Apologize to our military I apologize for cops and I apologize.
To our Border Patrol I don't know how this nation we have gotten -- with these people running and I don't have no idea.
Thank you for doing what you do every day.
There is a common enemy just.
Exactly the way there were in the 19.
Sure they used to say that cops are pigs but that didn't win any thing so now they just say the police.
Of the police in Philadelphia are black.
Now -- can now.
-- is at 36%.
That are good.
No we told you last night -- -- she -- can be black you can be white you can be on the wrong side if you're the oppressor.
So it's not a race.
You know it's it be interesting to find out that we would need somebody with any kind of power to figure it out.
Here's democratic congressman Brad Sherman at a town hall meeting getting asked about the panther intimidation.
Case and the DOJ here's how he reacted.
Yes do the work here for birdie on just -- -- -- Okay.
I'm never -- like this before.
I'm never seen anything like this before for sold in -- she wasn't surprised when they reacted that way I was.
I -- -- I if I didn't know I would have been like whoa whoa whoa column about people.
Everyone in the room knows about this case but not -- United States congress -- hello we -- this guy for you never heard that one.
-- -- boss Nancy Pelosi she's so -- kicker who.
-- violent rhetoric what do you think is what it looked.
I saw cool -- on this myself I'm.
And -- -- -- little more -- it's a little in my eyes this kind of and perform rhetoric was this was very frightening and it gave it created -- kind of in the twin.
Yeah in this everything is still in the in the seventies where the violence would -- -- -- that was Jim Jones.
Hey wait a minute wasn't he a Communist.
-- have heard that kind of rhetoric from Communist revolutionary.
And the same rhetoric from a 1960s.
Think back to the 1960s.
The rhetoric that's coming for the radicals and the revolutionaries.
From people like Bill Ayers.
And former STS member Andy Stern you know what he's just talked about this recently too.
He remembers this rhetoric Washington Post here's Andy Stern.
Democrats lacked fresh ideas he said that he is convinced from his experience in the civil rights movement.
That the pressure is needed to bring about real change it was not an.
Not enough to have Martin Luther King Jr.
You needed Stokely Carmichael to raise -- for -- of disruption.
Unless demands were met.
Carmichael was the flamboyant civil rights activists known for coining the term black power.
So Andy Stern says it wasn't part Luther king I know.
It was the black power crowd whose threat of disruption.
Congress to act threat of disruption.
Well the good news is -- -- this isn't somebody influential saying this you know or or someone talking about the power of persuasion.
We're trying to use the power persuasion.
And if that doesn't work reviews the persuasion -- we -- names we want have a boat.
We know where that -- Does not like this -- president Obama's.
You know right hand man on health care visits the White House more than anybody else -- -- If it weren't that well then it would almost seem plausible.
As an explanation to why the DOJ dropped the black panther case out of the blue B.
As they need a threat they -- for almost.
It's almost like they need an emergency and then not waste it.
No they're not crying about rhetoric from the sixties in San Francisco when they hear actual -- and threats now.
So what is that they want us to do Howland that there that the trying to make us do.
It's almost like they want none shots into some sort of action what content -- I want to stop here.
I just what you think about it some -- and Nash who is.
Oh my gosh it's cast some -- says nudge people into action so it's almost like they're not know what -- the -- -- Be so open in trans -- Our guys we're gonna think about that come back up.
-- -- -- can come up with an answer next.
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