Friday, July 08, 2016

Dallas Shooter Identified: Black Power and Islam Connections

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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In Dallas a sniper, at the completion of a BlackLivesMatter protest regarding two recent shootings, opened fire, targeting police and killing five.  Law enforcement say that the sniper voiced his desire to “kill white people.”  Micah Johnson was then killed by a robotic bomb after an hours-long standoff.

Micah Johnson was a Dallas resident and Army veteran (something the mainstream media will try to exploit as much as possible, to assist in the narrative that military veterans need to be disarmed) who has interesting connections that lead back to Black Power and Islam.

“The suspect said he was upset at white people. The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers,” Dallas Police Chief David Brown said at a news conference. “The suspect said he was upset about Black Lives Matter. He said he was upset about the recent police shootings.”

The suspect told officers “the end is near” and vowed to kill more officers.

A Facebook photo dated April 30 of this year shows Johnson pictured with Professor Griff of the hip-hop group Public Enemy, known for its politically charged music and critique of police treatment of the African American community. A 1989 single title “Fight The Power” is the group’s best known song.

The shooting broke out just hours after President Obama — reacting to the shooting deaths of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana this week — posted a message on Facebook calling upon all Americans to confront persistent racial disparities between law enforcement and the communities they serve.

Micah "X." Johnson was a Black Power Activist named after Malcom X. One of the founding members of the Nation of Islam, Malcom X was one of the organization's most influential leaders.  It is also being revealed that some of the suspects in the Dallas shooting attended a South Dallas Mosque.

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