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Pelosi Puts a Real Insurrectionist On Panel To Judge Jan 6 incursion. What’s Next David Duke On A Pannel To Fight Racism?

Pelosi Puts a Real Insurrectionist On Panel To Judge Jan 6 incursion. What’s Next David Duke On A Pannel To Fight Racism?

In what can only be one of the most absurd chapters in Pelosi’s watch over this Congress, she and the Never-Trumpers set up a January 6th probe to look for something that even the FBI says is not there, an attempted insurrection. Yet this is not the point that catches us all; it is that fact that she has appointed on that panel a man who headed an insurrectionist group when younger and still is very much an ardent cop killer defender today.

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Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi to run the committee investigating the January 6 ‘Mostly Peaceful Protest’ (using CNN’s terminology)—which Democrats and their Mainstream Media auxiliary call an “insurrection.

This is where the irony sets in, Thompson, who is set to investigate an insurrection that never happened 50 years ago, was the leader of an attempted insurrection that did happen, just was not successful. This is the same man who has stood up and been an ardent apologist for cop killers; he now wants to shout in outrage over police that died on January 6, even though it was later determined none died due to protestors actions that day.

Thompson’s story begins with the Republic of New Afrika, a black supremacist–secessionist outfit founded in 1968 in Detroit, where its members were acquitted of murdering a cop in 1969, John Solomon reported at his Just the News website [January 6 commission chairman once sympathized with black secessionist group that killed cops, October 4, 2021].

Tipped off by former FBI agents, Solomon recounted RNA’s history and Thompson’s involvement with the group, which moved its headquarters to Bolton, Mississippi, Thompson’s hometown. Adjunct headquarters were in Jackson, Mississippi, “where RNA members threatened to renounce their U.S. citizenship and create a separate New Africa country in the U.S. Southeast.”

In early 1971, cops were on the lookout for a fugitive RNA insurrectionist believed to be using a stolen car when they arrested other RNA members. Of course, Thompson and a state legislator accused cops of anti-black bias:

Thompson and a state lawmaker held a news conference after the arrests, one captured on video and preserved at the Mississippi Department of Archives & History. Thompson took the lead in bashing law enforcement for pursuing RNA, claiming officers were “oftentimes beating and kicking those who emphasized their constitutional rights.”

“My utmost concern in this matter is to see that people who reside or pass through the town of Bolton are treated fairly and given every opportunity afforded them by law,” Thompson said. … “This was not done in the case of the Republic of New Africa. They are charged with obstructing justice. … I believe this is an attempt on part of law enforcement officials to stop the Republic from building its community.”

[Jan. 6 commission chairman once sympathized with black secessionist group that killed cops,  by  John Solomon, JustTheNews, October 4, 2021]


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Imagine a world where David Duke was elected to Congress and put in charge of a select committee to investigate the Antifa–Black Lives Matters riots of 2020. You can’t imagine that because it could never happen. But something like it happened when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi picked Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi to run the committee investigating the January 6 Mostly Peaceful Protest—which Democrats and their Mainstream Media auxiliary call an “insurrection.” https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?creatorScreenName=vdare&dnt=false&embedId=twitter-widget-5&features=eyJ0ZndfZXhwZXJpbWVudHNfY29va2llX2V4cGlyYXRpb24iOnsiYnVja2V0IjoxMjA5NjAwLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X2hvcml6b25fdHdlZXRfZW1iZWRfOTU1NSI6eyJidWNrZXQiOiJodGUiLCJ2ZXJzaW9uIjpudWxsfSwidGZ3X3NwYWNlX2NhcmQiOnsiYnVja2V0Ijoib2ZmIiwidmVyc2lvbiI6bnVsbH19&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1410650688120627202&lang=en&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fvdare.com%2F&sessionId=99d9e10c35a8187041af1ff6bb42afece4908ac7&siteScreenName=vdare&theme=light&widgetsVersion=9fd78d5%3A1638479056965&width=550px

The irony of Thompson as ringmaster for this circus is almost too rich. He was an insurrectionist 50 years ago. He was an apologist for cop killers.

VDARE’s Washington Watcher pointed to Thompson’s past in his piece on the January 6 Inquisition and how the GOP should retaliate if they prevail in next year’s midterm elections. But it merits a fuller treatment:

Thompson’s story begins with the Republic of New Afrika, a black supremacist–secessionist outfit founded in 1968 in Detroit, where its members were acquitted of murdering a cop in 1969, John Solomon reported at his Just the News website [January 6 commission chairman once sympathized with black secessionist group that killed cops, October 4, 2021].

Tipped off by former FBI agents, Solomon recounted RNA’s history and Thompson’s involvement with the group, which moved its headquarters to Bolton, Mississippi, Thompson’s hometown. Adjunct headquarters were in Jackson, Mississippi, “where RNA members threatened to renounce their U.S. citizenship and create a separate New Africa country in the U.S. Southeast.”

In early 1971, cops were on the lookout for a fugitive RNA insurrectionist believed to be using a stolen car when they arrested other RNA members. Of course, Thompson and a state legislator accused cops of anti-black bias:

Thompson and a state lawmaker held a news conference after the arrests, one captured on video and preserved at the Mississippi Department of Archives & History. Thompson took the lead in bashing law enforcement for pursuing RNA, claiming officers were “oftentimes beating and kicking those who emphasized their constitutional rights.”

“My utmost concern in this matter is to see that people who reside or pass through the town of Bolton are treated fairly and given every opportunity afforded them by law,” Thompson said. … “This was not done in the case of the Republic of New Africa. They are charged with obstructing justice. … I believe this is an attempt on part of law enforcement officials to stop the Republic from building its community.”

[Jan. 6 commission chairman once sympathized with black secessionist group that killed cops,  by  John Solomon, JustTheNews, October 4, 2021]

Watch video below:

That was utter nonsense. Cops cracked down for a good reason. For at least two years, the FBI had been greatly concerned about RNA’s secessionist plan to seize and establish a new republic in Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina and create a new, blacks-only country.

Maybe that’s why cops found weapons and ammo inside RNA quarters when they tried to serve the warrant on the RNA members.

In April 1968, an FBI memorandum assessed RNA this way:

  • At a conference of the Malcolm X Society in 1968, delegates gathered “to form a ‘Black Government or Black Nation’ that would negotiate with the United States for several southern states in return for domestic tranquility.”
  • “The delegates to this conference signed a Declaration of Independence disavowing their United States citizenship and they chose as the name of the new Black nation ‘The Republic of New Africa.’”
  • [Delegates urged] “guerrilla warfare against the United States and indicate that plans were being formulated to send Negroes out of the United States to be trained and equipped with the latest weapons.” [FBINRA4-10-68PDF]

U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell was concerned enough about the insurrectionist plot to brief President Nixon about it.

Yet, this encounter with RNA wasn’t fatal as it had been Detroit…or later in Jackson, Mississippi.

When the FBI and police raided an RNA hideout in August, the insurrectionists opened fire to begin a 20-minute gun battle, Solomon reported:

Jackson Police Department records show that William Crumley, the FBI agent on scene, reported that when the officers arrived at the house, they announced they had a warrant, gave the occupants inside the house 75 seconds to surrender peacefully and then shot a canister of tear gas into the house to flush out the RNA members.

“Firing immediately started coming from inside the house,” the police report said. “Crumley heard someone scream that he was hit.”

RNA was prepared for total war, the New York Times reported:

The police said two bombs were found inside the house. A demolition team from nearby Camp Shelby disarmed one of the devices in the house, and the other one was removed to be destroyed, according to the police.

The officers also reported that the front door of the house had a booby trap that was set to explode when the door was opened. And they said they found “a Vietcong-type bunker and a tunnel with firing ports” in back of the house

Black Separatists Raided in Jackson, Miss., by Paul Delaney, August 19, 1971]

Yet future Rep. Thompson joined “a justice group to support the RNA in the aftermath of the fatal shooting,” Solomon reported. By then an alderman from Bolton, Thompson joined a post-shootout news conference [Blacks Charge Kill Attitude, AP, Times-Picayune, August 28, 1971] at which one participant said Skinner had it coming [Son of slain Mississippi cop: January 6 panel chairman Bennie Thompson ‘hates police officers,’ by John Solomon, Just The News, October 6, 2021].

This time, the RNA terrorists weren’t acquitted. Murder and attempted murder, along with sedition, were among the crimes for which they landed in prison. The RNA insurrectionist who murdered Skinner went to prison for life.

The unprovoked shooting in Detroit and gun battle in Jackson that left two cops dead weren’t RNA’s only murders, Solomon reported:

The group was blamed for several other violent crimes, including a deadly bank robbery in Manhattan and the fatal shooting of a police officer who stopped a car full of RNA members in New Mexico. Some of those perpetrators were arrested and convicted, while others fled to Cuba to escape prosecution, according to news stories.

This is who Pelosi felt was qualified to lead the January 6 inquiry, now do you understand why I asked if she was going to put David Duke. This white supremacist once served in Congress on a committee dealing with racism?

But there is more; what do these groups that Representative Thompson supported way back, and the ones, like BLM, stand for? Why don’t we look at that?

Here are some of the things they have said:

  • Thanks to greater melanin content, every black is superior to all whites in every way—morally, intellectually, physically, aesthetically, culturally, etc.;
  • Blacks must have their own system of laws and rules—Civil Rights laws, Hate Crime laws, and Affirmative Action rules—that supersede the laws and rules which normal whites must obey. This system must be continuously enforced, reinforced, and expanded (I wrote this over ten years before Christopher Caldwell);
  • Whites who have not broken any laws must be arrested, simply because they are white (see the Duke Rape Hoax and the Jena Hoax);
  • Blacks must “take back” what they are “owed.” Looting is reparations;
  • All symbols of white oppression, like statues of white heroes, must be destroyed;
  • Blacks need not obey the “white man’s” law or even simple rules that govern, say, cheating in school;
  • Blacks need not obey or respect any white authority figure; and
  • Whites must show deference to blacks; thus, the kneeling of whites, particularly white Eloi women, before black thugs.
  • Every white, for all time, is responsible for any single injustice ever committed by any white against any black; conversely, no black is responsible for any injustices ever committed by any black against any white.

This is what this man and many of these groups like BLM stand for. Breaking the law, that is no problem,

Eldridge Cleaver, Minister of Information for the Black Panthers, famously wrote in his book Soul On Ice (1968) that he regarded raping white women as “an insurrectionary act.”

Is it any wonder why looting is permissible and that rioting and burning buildings are seen as justice? Many times this is directed at people of their community.

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This is why at 0censor, we will not stand up and support BLM; we will not back up this movement. While some of it has good intentions, it has been hijacked by people who want to throw America back into the old Jim Crow South, only this time it is whites being oppressed by blacks.

We called out this evil when we saw it in South Africa, where they have flipped back to apartheid, slaughtering whites, taking property, no justice is found, all in the name of their restorative justice. Apartheid was wrong when the whites were doing it; it is equally wrong when it is now being flipped back at them. This is not justice; this is revenge.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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