“Build up that army and go to the gun range.” Those were the chilling words uttered not more then a few months ago by the former national chairman of the New Black Panther Party and current national president of Black Lawyers for Justice,  Malik Zulu Shabazz. The comment was made on the weekly broadcast of the New Black Panthers Party’s “Black Power Radio,” show.

And yet for most of us watching the unfolding carnage and riots taking place in Baltimore the name of Malik Shabazz referenced by the mainstream media, simply identifies him as president of Black Lawyers for Justice” while failing to report that he and his group are notorious for their well documented and hate-filled  anti-Semitic, anti-police and anti white platform .

Moreover The New York Times, the Associated Press, the New York Daily News, CBS local and other news media outlets all name Malik Shabazz as a leader of the breakaway, chaotic protests. Yet each of these news outlets only identifies Shabazz as “president of Black Lawyers for Justice.”

The AP reported:  “One of the protest’s organizers, Malik Shabazz, the president of Black Lawyers for Justice, said the crowd exceeded their expectations, adding that protesters’ anger is not surprising.

And so it went with each media outlet failing to report the true identity of who in fact was behind the demonstrations, and ignoring either by intent or incompetence the most basic of all journalistic standards.

Obviously a simple Google search would have easily revealed a number of articles and even several videos of Shabazz clad in an olive green military type uniform and speaking as the former national chairman of the New Black Panther Party: “What am I saying? Right now it’s time to build up that army. Right now it’s time for us to build up those corps, those troops. It’s time to get strong. It’s time for lifting weights and working out and going to the gun range and all of that.”

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