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While Joe Biden and the Democrats incessantly tell us (white) America is “systemically racist” and we can only rid ourselves of our “inherent racism” by being proactively anti-racist, black nationalists gathered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, over the weekend to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Black Wall Street Massacre that left 300 people dead in a Tulsa neighborhood once known as “Black Wall Street.”

Among the chants at the National Black Power Convention was this crowd favorite: “Kill everything white in sight,” as reported by BizPac Review.

Worse, the above was just part of the ugly rhetoric, as captured by video that made its way around social media over the long weekend.

**Strong language.**

“”We’re pushing death to white supremacy. Death to capitalism. Death to imperialism. And death to fascism.

“We are pushing an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a head for a head, and a life for a life. Once they die, we must understand that we can never give them the pain that they gave us.

“So once they get buried … once they are buried, we must bury them, dig them up and kill them again. Bury them. Dig them up. And kill them again.”

The vile rhetoric led to cheers from the crowd. Think that through.

“Because that time will come when there’s a rat-a-tat-tat. Black Americans will kill everything white in sight.

“[Black Americans will give] “crackers hell, from the cradle to the grave.”

Joy Reid? Don Lemon? Joe Biden?

tulsa black nationalists

1 pic.twitter.com/ELzABzs20r

— pine_tree_riots (@pine_tree_riots) May 30, 2021

2 pic.twitter.com/o19BwF450Z

— pine_tree_riots (@pine_tree_riots) May 30, 2021


— pine_tree_riots (@pine_tree_riots) May 30, 2021

As the tweet says, here’s a clearer clip.

another clip in case it wasnt clear enough pic.twitter.com/SZ4doF28PT

— pine_tree_riots (@pine_tree_riots) May 31, 2021

As reported by Fox affiliate KTUL-TV, hundreds of members of the following radical groups participated in the armed march:

The Huey P Newton Gun Club (HPNGC)
The Elmer Geronimo Pratt Gun Club (EGPGC)
The New Black Panther Party for Self- Defense (NBPP)
The Fred Hampton Gun Club (FHGC)
The New Black Liberation Militia (NBLM)
The Panther Special Operations Command (PANSOC)

“Shockingly,” the announced theme of the convention was so-called “reparations,” which organizers laid out in a press release, as transcribed by KTUL.

“The struggle for Reparations must be escalated.

“We must fight on every

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