Black Hate: Some Selected Quotes

Assembled by Ed Toner

 

Let's examine some hate expressed by black leaders.

"Rape was an insurrectionary act. It delighted me that I was defying and trampling upon the white man’s law upon his system of values and that I was defiling his women"

By Eldridge Clever, former Black Panther leader on why he raped white women.

"We kill the women. We kill the babies. We kill the blind. We kill the cripples. We kill them all. . . . When you get through killing them all go to the goddamn graveyard and kill them a-goddamn-gain because they didn’t die hard enough." This is from the sweet mouth of Khalid Abdul Muhammed (on what South African blacks should do to any whites who refuse to leave South Africa) who is being eulogized today in a Harlem Church.

"After looking at all the evidence there is only one conclusion: white people are devils . . . . I believe that we must secure our freedom and independence from these devils by any means necessary including violence. . . . To protect ourselves we should bear arms (three handguns and two rifles maybe an M-16) immediately and form a militia. . . . So black people let us unite organize and execute."

This is the wisdom of Chino Wilson in an editorial in the Daily Collegian campus newspaper at Penn State University.

"I don’t talk to you white motherf*ckers. . . . You bitch motherf*ckers in the white press. . . . F*ck you you motherf*ckinging asshole . . . white devils."

The above bit of wisdom by Gus Savage former U.S. Representative from Chicago to a white member of the press.

"I am writing this essay sitting beside an anonymous white male that I long to murder."

Bell Hooks black professor of English at City College of New York had those wonderful thoughts.

"The death of over 120 white people is a very beautiful thing."

This from yet another role model of the black community, Malcolm X, on hearing the report of a plane crash.

The only thing good about Black History Month, is that it is celebrated during the shortest month of the year.

 

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