February 17, 2016, - 6:34 am

Black History? Beyonce Part of Coordinated Campaign to Free Black Panther Cop Killers

By Debbie Schlussel



So, it turns out that Beyonce’s Super Bowl Halftime tribute to Malcolm X and the Black Panthers–both advocates of violence–was part of a planned, coordinated campaign to free convicted criminal Black Panthers from prison.

Beyonce Knowles-Carter’s Pepsi-sponsored Halftime routine wasn’t an independent number meant to be mere entertainment. Instead, like the Benghazi terrorist attacks, it was part of a coordinated campaign by several parties. In this case, it was part of a plan to use Black History Month as propaganda to free 20 convicted Black Panther criminals who remain in prison serving their sentences. Some of them, like Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin a/k/a H. Rap Brown, are convicted cop-killers (of Black cops).

Last night, tax-funded PBS (a/k/a Palestinian Broadcasting Service) showed the “documentary,” “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution.” But what is presented as an objective documentary is really apologist crap, chutzpah-dik propaganda, and a complete whitewash of the violent group that started and participated in race riots in Detroit and otherwise fomented unrest, instability, and chaos throughout the U.S. during the counterculture era. Instead, the Black Panthers are presented as a group of nice people who provided breakfast for kids and focused on education. It’s like saying ISIS is a humanitarian group. Oh, and also, we’re told, the Black Panthers group promoted women. Yeah, um, it’s a “feminist group!” Uh-huh. That’s the ticket. The movie ends by announcing its real goal . . . and that of Beyonce: to free the 20 Black Panther criminals from prison.

This is clearly coordinated. Black History Month is usually used to promote the contributions of Blacks throughout American history–people like George Washington Carver and Harriet Tubman (and, sadly, Oprah and Tyra Banks). Never before have I seen it used to rehab and whitewash the Black Panthers the way it’s being done this February, 2016. And it’s a disservice to Black Americans, of whose history the Black Panthers should comprise barely a blip. And we know that PBS officials, programmers, and hosts consult with other entertainment industry execs. Remember when Henry Louis “Skip” Gates, Jr. consulted Sony, Viacom, and other entertainment entity honchos on whether he should cover up Ben Affleck’s ancestors’ slave ownership on his “Finding Your Roots” show? You don’t think Beyonce’s people and her record company were in touch with PBS execs who planned to run the Black Panther flick? Think again.

The documentary appeared on PBS’ “Independent Lens” slot–usually reserved for boring documentaries that have finished their run in movie theaters or for other left-wing propaganda baloney on illegal aliens and “oppressed” Palestinian Muslims at the hands of “evil Zionists” and “the great Satan America.” PBS’ programming schedule described the movie this way:

The history of the Black Panther Party, a black nationalist organization founded in 1966 Oakland by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton in response to the era’s social conditions and turmoil. Included: archival footage; and remarks from Black Panthers, FBI informants, journalists, white supporters and detractors.

Hilarious. There are like five excuses in those two sentences. “Detractors” were few and far between. This movie was a verbal Lewinsky to the Black Panthers. Goebbels and Leni Riefenstahl would be proud.

And, again, there are the Black Panthers “political prisoners” (who are anything but) that the movie aims to free.

Al-Amin/Brown was Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and served prison time for a 1971 gun battle with police. He bragged, “Violence is as American as cherry pie.” Then, he served as the Black Panthers’ “Minister of Justice.” And that “justice” apparently included the March 2000 murder of Fulton County, Georgia Sheriff’s Deputy Ricky Kinchen (who was Black, by the way). Kinchen went to Al-Amin/Brown’s home to arrest him, but Al-Amin/Brown wasn’t there, as he’d fled. After Kinchen left, Al-Amin/Brown chased him and fellow Sheriff’s Deputy Aldranon English (also a Black cop) in a Mercedes and shot repeatedly at them. Kinchen died, but English survived and identified Al-Amin/Brown, who had no alibi and fled, as the shooter. He claimed that his prosecution was a “racial conspiracy,” which is interesting since he had no prob going after two Black men and murdering one of them. (His autobiography is entitled “Die N–ger Die!,” by the way.) Al-Amin/Brown is a cause celebre of unindicted HAMAS terrorism co-conspirator CAIR. “Free Imam Jamil” pins are sold at CAIR national events and conventions.

Black Panther “Minister of Justice” H. Rap Brown (Note the “Raaaaacist!” White Cop Protecting Him) . . .


Is Cop Killer Who Became Muslim Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin . . .


Should this criminal and cop-killer go free because Beyonce twerked and shook her butt at the Super Bowl, and because PBS showed a movie that claims the Black Panthers are all about Rice Krispies for breakfast? That’s the plan. And, if Twitter (follow me on Twitter) and its trending hashtag of #BlackPanthersPBS, last night, were any indication of the plan’s effectiveness, there are far too many idiotic minds receptive to the message. Check out some of the tweets of some of these morons (at the end of this post).

Clearly, the plan is working, and, now the Black Panthers are as American as apple (is it racist to say “sweet potato”) pie?

Al-Amin/Brown is serving life in prison without the possibility of parole. And that’s the way it should be . . . no matter how much booty-shaking done by Beyonce and the darker-skinned dancers she picked to make Black Pantherism “sexy” and hip.

If only Black Sheriff’s Deputies Ricky Kinchen and Aldranon English were celebrated and revered by Beyonce and PBS, instead of Kinchen’s and English’s assailant.


Sheriff’s Deputy Ricky Kinchen, RIP: Murdered by Black Panther H. Rap Brown a/k/a Muslim Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin


By the way, I’ve celebrated Black History Month on this site in the past . . . the way it should be celebrated, including recognizing these great Americans:

Maria Rita Valdez, a Black woman, owned Rancho Rodeo Las Aguas, which became Beverly Hills. William Alexander Leidesdorff, introduced the first steamboat, hotel, and public school to San Francisco. Bose Ikard helped blaze the Goodnight-Loving Trail that led out West from Texas.

Oprah and Tyra don’t come even close to the heels of these great Americans.

Or to York, Lewis and Clark’s slave and guide, instrumental to their famous expedition. Or Black businessmen Barney Ford and Henry O. Wagoner, instrumental to founding and developing Colorado, according to 1895’s “History of the State of Colorado.”

Or George Washington Bush [no relation to Jeb!], who helped the U.S. stake claims to the Oregon Territory by settling Puget Sound. [That’s not to mention, the] Congressional Medals of Honor earned by the brave all-black Buffalo Soldiers and the Ninth Cavalry, which rescued late General Custer’s 7th Cavalry, when they were trapped during an engagement.

They did these things without affirmative action, government handouts, or minority set-asides. They did this when times were far more difficult for Blacks in America. . . .

That’s the real Black history [or used to be]. “Knowledge of a proud past will set the stage for a bright future for African-American and … all Americans,” says Charles A. Green, founder of the Old Wild West African-American Hall of Fame. But as late Detroit Mayor Coleman Young (with whom I rarely agreed) observed, “As black people we don’t appreciate our history. We don’t even know our history.”

And, now, far too many Black Americans think their history is hip-hop, Black Lives Matter, and Black Panther cop-killer revisionism. Oh, and wallowing in slavery and racism of the past by engaging in anti-White racism as payback.

Thank Beyonce and tax-moocher PBS for helping perpetuate all of that.


I also want to mention some other great Black Americans I’ve noted on this site in the past, including Dr. John Withers, who risked his career to save a Jewish inmate from Dachau death camp. (Related to that, I’ve also noted that Jewish inmates at Buchenwald concentration camp helped hide and protect the camp’s only Black inmate, who was then a teen and became the only Black survivor of the Nazi camps–he was snubbed by President Obama, who refused to meet him during a trip to Germany.)

I’ve also written about brave Buffalo Soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Cpl. Isaiah Mays, a freed slave and American hero, whose story is as amazing and inspiring as it is tragic.

Any of these people are great role models for Americans, regardless of race. Any of these people merits the attention that Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Beyonce and the Black Panthers are getting. And, yet, they aren’t getting it.

And, then, we’re lectured that Black kids don’t have enough positive role models because there isn’t enough “diversity” and affirmative action?

(Oh, and by the way, isn’t it racist to insist that Black kids can’t have role models who are White? And, then, isn’t it a double standard to, at the same time, insist White people anoint Blacks as their role models (or they are “racist!” if they do not)? Just asking.)


Jose Antonio Vargas, in the last tweet above, is the celebrated illegal alien who gloated about it (in the NYTimes and elsewhere) and has been honored and celebrated all over the place for flouting the law.

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First things first: Beyonce is no “singer,” she’s a declaimer, and that “Formation” number (and interconnection with this drive to free Black Panther cop killers) is Exhibit A of how far R&B has fallen from the days of Earth, Wind & Fire’s uplifting, positive and wholesome music (more like a kick in the teeth to Maurice White who’s just settling in his grave). Secondly, this coordinated campaign is not unique in terms of Black racism as increasingly evident today, of which I bring up spendthrift Kanye West’s recent insistence that white music publications cease writing anything about R&B, plus his turning away Sir Paul McCartney from a post-Grammy party (sort of reminds me of one of Jay-Z’s “No Whites Allowed” parties written up some years back here).

ConcernedPatriot on February 17, 2016 at 7:39 am

The NFL owes every American and most especially

JayPee on February 17, 2016 at 7:42 am

For the first time since the over-hyped, boring Superbowl, I turned on the TV last night. I watched a few minutes of the whitewashing of the Black Panthers and it was so sickening that it was funny. When Huey Newton was arrested for killing a cop, the show was sympathetic to him when they said he was handcuffed to the bed and formally arrested while he was being brought into surgery. I thought: “what’s wrong with that? The guy just shot a cop!” The show was ridiculous. It made the Black Panthers look like a summer camp. Absurd! I regred turning on the TV.

Hillel on February 17, 2016 at 8:28 am

    I don’t see how showing Newton handcuffed was trying to elicit sympathy. I do not agree with you that the film was an attempt to whitewash the panthers. If you had watched the whole film, there were many examples which fully illustrated their failings.

    Pierre Sobers on February 20, 2016 at 2:22 am

About the true honorees for Black History Month, wouldn’t the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II have counted?

ConcernedPatriot on February 17, 2016 at 8:42 am

Black History means celebrating black thugs and racists.

This is where we have come to today.

If one is looking for positive things to like about America, you won’t find them among those promoting Black History Month.

NormanF on February 17, 2016 at 9:43 am

    True! You just said the plain true!

    gigi on February 26, 2016 at 5:23 am

60 years of allowing the libtards run education have led to this. I lived through the 60-70’s and attended many police funerals, compliments of the black panthers and their partners, like the SDS and Weathermen. History has been re-written and unchallenged, for the same reason the racist-in-chief is unchallenged. The Black Panthers were analogous to Hitler’s SS. Before he leaves office, Gitmo will go to the Castros and prisons will be emptied of blacks, including Mumia; who was guilty of executing a cop! Thank you libtards

unholyone on February 17, 2016 at 9:58 am

Hey we all need to just STFU and do what Queen Bey and her ex-drug dealer billionaire hubby tell us to do. So what if that Black Panther killed a BLACK cop? That cop obviously wasn’t down wit da struggle.
So can we declare LBJ’s “Great Society” a complete and utter failure now? Because it did two things for the black community: jack and shit.

Sean M on February 17, 2016 at 11:46 am

I grew up in Chicago, attended an in city college, and graduated in 1970. In 1971 I enlisted in the Army. The Black Panthers were in Chicago to promote the leftist mayhem and 1968 convention riots.

I can remember old Mayor Daly going on TV the evening of the riots saying that Chicago Police would”shoot to kill” anyone destroying property in the city, primarily on the west side adjacent to Lawndale.

It was a grim anti-American time, fomented by the Black Panthers and other disgusting groups.

Panhandle on February 17, 2016 at 1:32 pm

The Communists in this country, both those alive today, and those rotting in hell from the early 30s on, along with their fellow-traveling playwrights and ‘critics’ are all cheering Beyonce. For she is squarely in their tradition of agit/prop (agitation/propaganda) plays.

The Communists tried to popularize agitprop in the early 30s, primarily in New York City. It was the height of the depression, and the Communists at that time believed ‘revolution was just around the corner’. They would perform their plays on street corners and storefronts. Workers in these plays would confront the evil capitalists, and of course would be victorious.

The actors and actresses in their plays would chant slogans in their plays such as:

Agitprop — against hunger and destitution
Agitprop — theater of revolution

and similar slogans, of course glorifying Mother Russia. They would encourage the spectators to join in chanting these slogans.

By the mid-30s though, it became obvious that revolution was not just around the corner, and that agitprop would not gain mass acceptance. So the Communists retreated to more subtle left-wing propaganda, and their playwrights, and those they could influence tried more indirect means. They were surprisingly successful, and quite likely, were it not for the Stalin-Hitler pact they would have taken over the New York Theater.

Agitprop though, as opposed to more subtle propaganda, didn’t gain the mass acceptance the Commies wanted in the 30s, or even in the 60s.

But it has now, with Beyonce and those like her. The Communists, with their tradition of supporting the Panthers, and the revolutionary potential of the oppressed Muslims of the world, can justly claim Beyonce as being in their tradition, and their long campaign to win mass acceptance for agitprop has gained success with Beyonce and her ilk.

Little Al on February 17, 2016 at 2:52 pm

PS, for those who would like to learn more about the traditions that have influenced (either consciously or unconsciously) Beyonce, an excellent book is:

Drama was a Weapon
Morgan Y Himelstein
1963, Rutgers

Little Al on February 17, 2016 at 2:57 pm

BTW, why aren’t the gun control advocates such as President Obama denouncing Beyonce and her act?

After all, the Panthers did say that ‘power comes out of the barrel of a gun.’

Little Al on February 17, 2016 at 3:24 pm

For about half of this month, I’m acknowledging “Black History Month” on my Facebook wall-forum, but and irrespective, am NOT engaging in revisionism and propaganda of glorifying thugs, domestic terrorists such as the Black Panthers and this current propaganda cause of “Black Lives Matter/BLM”.

Ms. Schlussel, if I were you, I think that I wouldn’t waste my time on debating and arguing with light-weight intellectuals, it’s outright pointless no matter how much evidence you present to them in a empirical manner and they continue to either argue against it, or just remain ignoramus’s.

Recently, I’ve refreshed my memory on some Black people in this country who’ve made beneficial and healthy societal contributions to this country and globally on a positive manner.

This may sound kinda uncanny and I don’t have any scientific or sociological evidence to prove it, but I could be the reincarnation of “Hiram Rhodes Revels”? Meaning that I physically look like the man from a facial perspective (only difference is/was that he had facial hair and I’m clean-cut with no hair on my face) with similar facial bone-features, and he was the first Black US Senator (he was a Republican who was classically-liberal) to be elected to the Senate in 1870.

Sean R. on February 17, 2016 at 4:21 pm

That was a good post. It digs it like a shovel. Informative.
Reading those twitter posts it amazes me how people post things like its doomsday for Blacks, or its the 1800s. “Oh they are never going to stop” Stop What? People just peddle this nonsense.

Just like the Michelle O delivered her speech to college kids, she harps on the ills that you may or not face being Black, then tries to bring it back to You can do it. Why mention that mess at all, the negative is what they hear that resonates.

The Black Panthers is one group I’ve never really studied, I’ve come across some people “who were there” in the beginning they all swear that they started with good intentions, that maybe so, but the morphed in to cold blooded killers, and look they killed a “BLACK” police officer, imagine that, killing a person of the same color you are suppose to protect. Puhhhlease. You know the Crips started out with good intentions too, I think the intent doesn’t matter, you have to look at the end result,

“Beyonce Knowles-Carter’s Pepsi-sponsored Halftime routine wasn’t an independent number meant to be mere entertainment”
this supports my assertion that she didn’t think this up, just going with the flow, doing something. Used, played, marionettes.

MrBigBrain on February 17, 2016 at 4:57 pm

To add insult to injury, we help pay for this crap. When will THAT end?

JeffT on February 17, 2016 at 7:22 pm

You could never put this full length article on Twitter because all they allow is a few sentences. Twitter sux and that’s why I dont follow you on Twitter. I HATE Twitter.

ben on February 19, 2016 at 12:28 am

I like cats. But I detest the Black Panthers.

Primetime on February 19, 2016 at 1:05 am

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