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Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by coastal steelheader, Sep 6, 2011.

  1. coastal steelheader

    coastal steelheader Aberdeen Well-Known Member

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    The man in the video is Black Panther leader King "Cracker Killer" Shabazz the same jerk that Eric Holder refused to prosecute after being caught trying to intimidate voters in Philadelphia

    Here is "Cracker Killer" holding his own urban survival seminar. Take extra special note of who is sitting in the front row being trained how to kill and maim.

    [video=youtube;8h2n3vJo7Xo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8h2n3vJo7Xo[/video]
     
  2. salmonriverjohn

    salmonriverjohn N.W Oregon coast, Gods country Well-Known Member

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    If this man is free to preach hate, then Im free to hate him.
     
  3. tlfreek

    tlfreek Vancouver WA Active Member

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    good lesson on gun safety at the end.
     
  4. Thebastidge

    Thebastidge 10411 NE Fourth Plain Blvd Vancouver WA 98662 Well-Known Member

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    Well, much as I don't care for their organization, there's nothing offensive in this particular clip. Every scenario he mentions starts with being attacked by someone. He even says "you're on a train, minding your own business reading the paper and a *brother* comes up"... He's not preaching "kill whitey" here. He's talking about surviving an attack on your person. There's one spot in ther near the end (about 8.5 minutes in) where he talks about not worrying about forensics or where you get your gun "because it's war" which is presumably his race-war fantasy. But you can find that almost word for word on a variety of survivalist and prepper sites.

    Not excusing his racism in any way. Dude's probably a complete scumbag, but he hasn't been convicted of any crime, which makes him legally innocent.

    There are some rather egregious safety violations, from a trainer's perspective. Get a friggin' blue gun. Stop waving the g-dd-mn thing around to punctuate a sentence. They're not very professional about it. And the tacticool approach to dressing and teaching hand to hand is kinda ridiculous.

    If you're referring to the children being in the room, then I don't really agree in principle. I think children need to be made aware that there are bad people out there too. Whether the particular techniques are age-appropriate is up for discussion, but is largely a matter of opinion. I personally, would teach them that the best thing for them to do is run away until they're bigger. Rabbits don't fight back against jackals- they run away.

    But having them see that their parents are willing to engage in serious discussion of how to defend themselves from bad people is part of life. It's like teaching them that babies come from sex, and not the stork.

    If you want to win over the anti-gun crowd, making some inroads in the Black community would not be a bad place to start. If more Black grandmothers were seen on the news talking about how they protected their family from an attacker rather than lamenting how easy it is for criminals to get guns, there'd be a lot less ammunition for gun-grabbers. Just the other day, I saw a BUNCH of well-educated, middle and upper-middle class Black women talking about getting firearms and training on beyondblackwhite.com (which is actually a website dedicated to empowering Black women, especially in the realm of inter-racial dating.) If we could normalize that attitude among ethnic minorities, and the white middle class, the gun control movement would wither and fade away.

    Even the Black Panthers have their part to play in the firearms debate.

    The Secret History of Guns - Magazine - The Atlantic
     
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  5. lowly monk

    lowly monk Beaverton, Oregon. Just a guy. Bronze Supporter

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    If anyone should teach self defense, would be a person of experience. Kinda what I'm learning in target focus training.
    Be well.
     
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  6. knuckle Head

    knuckle Head southeast Well-Known Member

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    nforest Eugene, OR & Costa Rica Active Member

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    +1 blue gun
     
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    Decker My house Active Member

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    Watching him point that gun all over the room was a bit shocking since his finger was on the trigger several times. And to me it looked like he unloaded the gun before he loaded it again during the demo on how to load a revolver.

    Oh, and I have to admit I was a bit surprised that he was toting a revolver.
     
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  9. Thebastidge

    Thebastidge 10411 NE Fourth Plain Blvd Vancouver WA 98662 Well-Known Member

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    If you're teaching absolute beginners, many people consider revolvers to be simpler. Less distractions to the beginner. I disagree- I don't think a semi-auto is all that complicated either. Driving either one of them is much easier than driving a car. People can master relatively complex physical tasks pretty easily with repetition.