MSNBC Profiles Black Militia Seeking the Creation of a ‘Black Ethno State’

‘This group says that the U.S. Government as well as law enforcement simply does not do enough to protect black Americans in this country’

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RADFORD (voice-over): "While the group’s style echoes the 'Black Panther' party of the 1960s, their goals are distinct, focusing on defense, with an ultimate goal of a black ethno state."
JOHNSON: "What makes us so different is that our goal is our own government, our own country, a place where we can determine our own future."
RADFORD (on camera): "Is violence an option to reach your goals?"
JOHNSON: "The United States was built on violence being an option. Violence should be the last option."

 

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