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“Black Power!” – Black Supremacists Gather in Mississippi to Commemorate Juneteenth with Armed “Gathering of the Great Armies” March (VIDEOS)

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Armed black supremacists gathered in Natchez, Mississippi on Sunday to commemorate Juneteenth, a day virtually no one ever spoke about until Joe Biden made it a federal holiday.

The marchers chanted, “Arm yourself, or harm yourself!”

“I love you Black kings!” they chanted. “And I love you Black queens!”

Videos via Ford Fischer:

BIG VIDEO THREAD: Black self-defense groups gathered in Natchez, Mississippi on Sunday to commemorate Juneteenth with an armed “Gathering of the Great Armies” march.

“Arm yourself, or harm yourself!”

“I love you Black kings!” they chanted. “And I love you Black queens!” pic.twitter.com/ukki3fijlY

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) June 20, 2022

“We’re not gonna say ‘Hands up, don’t shoot!’ We gonna let you know, you shoot at us, we’re shooting back if need be,” one of the organizers said.

“Guns up! Shoot back!” they shouted.

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“We’re not gonna say ‘Hands up, don’t shoot!’ We gonna let you know, you shoot at us, we’re shooting back if need be,” explained a speaker during the Black Second Amendment march in Mississippi on Sunday.

“Guns up!” they chanted. “Shoot back!” pic.twitter.com/UIZ35sCIkE

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) June 20, 2022

“Black power!” the activists shouted.

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They celebrated @BabuOmowale, General/Founder of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club.

“I wouldn’t be out here with this AR-15,” if not for Omowale, said Malik Zulu Shabazz of the New Black Panther Party.

“We love you Babu!” chanted the group with their fists in the air.

“Black power!” pic.twitter.com/jJY54S3XIF

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) June 20, 2022

After the march, the leaders of the various black militias signed a document “proclaiming a unified vision for the future of their movement, including reparations, a Black-only territory, and the freeing of political prisoners.” Ford Fischer reported.

Following the march, leaders of the assorted Black militia and self-defense groups signed a document proclaiming a unified vision for the future of their movement, including reparations, a Black-only territory, and the freeing of political prisoners. pic.twitter.com/Oiz2q6CczS

— Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) June 20, 2022

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