Black Panther and NRA

We all know about the record breaking movie Black Panther where the black hero springs into action when an old enemy threatens the fate of his nation and the world. Black Panther is the 18th of Marvel Cinematic Universe and is the first to highlight a black superhero.
We all know about the record breaking donations the NRA is receiving from the latest deaths of 17 students in Florida. The NRA is an organization, supported by the Supreme Court, which is allowed to buy a loaded president, senator or local politician, without a background check.
But do we know the real Black Panthers and the real NRA? The plot was the same, identical, long ago and now.
The NRA is now fighting the very gun laws it helped to enact. Raping the rights of the citizens to bear arms, afforded by the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution, the NRA was present to fight and deny those rights. Then it made an about face, and started to ask for the right of the people to bear arms after it came into contact with the Black Panthers Party, which was the first to demand these legal rights.
On May 2nd, 1967, when the Black Panthers entered the California Statehouse, Bobby Seale was protesting “the racist legislature aimed at keeping the black people disarmed and powerless”. Black people, he said, have begged, prayed, petitioned, demonstrated and everything else to get the racist power structure of America to right the wrongs which have historically been perpetuated against black people. The NRA took its stand against blacks with guns, but was not beneath stealing the opportunity to copy, adjust and improve on the Black Panthers’ idea. It became a way for the NRA to promote its utopia of arming only a so-called superior Caucasian race, while charging blacks for membership. The same is done by churches promoting a white Jesus, all the while collecting donations from dumb Negroes.
From the onset of the presidency of Ambrose Burnside, the NRA has supported most federal gun control laws, as long as they restricted Negroes from arming themselves. The NRS went full blast against the Black Panthers, but was no where to do the same when it came to the KKK, law enforcement, the Black Legion of GM, or the white mobs lynching Negroes on a daily basis. And unlike the Black Panthers, the NRA never fed anyone. Yet the NRA has never been accused of being a terrorist organization, even when Wayne LaPierre correctly referred to law enforcement as “jack-booted government thugs”.
We all remember the NRA conducted a campaign of voter’s intimidation with its racist propaganda against Obama, by falsely claiming that Barack would take guns away from the white populace and ban the sale of ammunition. That marketing ploy, in cooperation with the weapon industry, catapulted the sale of handguns into a never seen before frenzy, with the white folks angry at the president and boosting the hatred of blacks back to the lynching days. It wasn’t long after that, the execution of Negroes of all ages started.
And what can be said about the dimwits of the NRA, Wayne LaPierre, Dana Loesch, Ted Nugent, Jeff Cooper, Paul Blackman?
So when you see the NRA blame the Charleston victims for their own deaths, please remember that the writings were on the wall. (Excerpt from “Papa time” @


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