</h2></span> </span>Rally Against Black Gang Terrorism</span> in Michigan
</span></font><h4>MARK YOUR CALENDARS: SAT. AUGUST 4, 2007
News Headlines of 15 attacks by Black gangs against lone White males in less than 3
months Prompted this Rally. The liberal cover ups aren't being tolerated any longer. Police are being murdered by these black terrorists every day. They sing about shooting the police and raping our daughters on television and are promoted as being the heros of our society. We're not going to take it anymore. Show your opposition against black gang terrorism and show up at this rally in Michigan.
Confirmed Speakers include:
Alex Linder of Vanguard News Network
Pastor James. P. Wickstrom from Michigan
</span>Paul Gellar, host of "Think Tank" Radio Show on Turner
ADDED July 14: Jeremy Parker from the "BOK"
ADDED July 21: Ken Gregg - from AgainstBlackCrime.com
Sgt. Major John Roberts, US ARMY (Ret), highly decorated Green Beret, served five yours in Vietnam
PASTOR BOB JONES of
<h1>"RALLY AGAINST BLACK GANG TERRORISM"
<h1>IN KALAMAZOO, MI</h1>
<h2>15 VIOLENT CRIMINAL ATTACKS BY BLACKS AGAINST WHITES CALLS
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</h2><h2>Edited by: von_ChristendomBLACK MOTHERS IN KALAMAZOO ORGANIZING "PARTY WITH A PURPOSE" TO
TALK TO BLACK TEENS ABOUT RACIAL VIOLENCE ON DAY OF OUR "RALLY AGAINST BLACK GANG TERRORISM"</h2>
<h4>LOCAL NEWS MEDIA IN TOTAL PROPAGANDA MODE; SMEARING OUR RALLY AS "WHITE SUPREMACIST"</h4>
News story says the daylong event by Black moms will conclude with a candlelight
prayer vigil dedicated to `supporting a truce between the territorial division which
is segregating the north, south, east and west sides of town,'' said Stephanie Moore,
one of the organizers.
How quaint. A candlelight vigil hoping the savage gang beasts rampaging through the city will
call a truce. Have you ever heard such pathetic nonsense in your life?
Folks in media are strongly cautioned against continued reference to the rally as "white supremecist."
It is "Rally Against Black Gang Terrorism." Nothing more. Nothing less.
<h1></div>Mothers plan peaceful alternative to rally</h1>
<div>Friday, July 20,
2007<div>By Kathy Jessup</div>
A group of more than 100 Kalamazoo-area mothers is asking
for city, church and community help in organizing an
alternative to an Aug. 4 white supremacists' rally
Organizers hope to pattern ``Party With a
Purpose'' after traditional family reunions and
include activities and food that will appeal to people of
The daylong event will conclude with a candlelight prayer
vigil dedicated to ``supporting a truce between the
territorial division which is segregating the north, south,
east and west sides of town,'' said Stephanie
Moore, one of the organizers.
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Mothers of Hope is making a public appeal for volunteers,
financial support, donated prizes and food to underwrite
what it hopes will be a peaceful event for hundreds of
Organizers are keeping publicly mum on the location for the
alternative rally, saying they fear white-supremacist
supporters could show up to incite violence. The white
supremacists' rally will be in the main parking lot of
the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety's
headquarters on Crosstown Parkway, according to an Internet
posting by Turner.
Moore and Yolanda Neals, Mothers of Hope members, said local
churches will serve as pickup and drop-off points for
participants. The group has asked Metro Transit to assist in
transportation, and church buses also are being enlisted.
``We are feverishly reaching out to the city of Kalamazoo,
business and organizations to drum up money and support to
pull off this miracle,'' Neals said. ``We hope to
host what we are calling the ultimate family reunion in a
way that is massively attractive to the African-American
Gwen Hillman and Delores Johnson, founding members of
Mothers of Hope, said local church youth groups and choirs
are being invited to provide entertainment. They've
also asked churches to encourage ``a strong presence of men
at this event.''
Kanika Fullerton, also on the planning committee, said young
people have helped design the events and are organizing ``a
street team to spread the word.''
Some minority residents have criticized the city's
low-key approach to the supremacists' event, suggesting
local leaders should show more outspoken opposition.
Local law enforcement and government officials said the city
will be on alert and are encouraging people who disagree
with the anti-minority message to stay away from that rally.
New Jersey radio talk-show host Hal Turner said he's
staging the white-supremacist event in Kalamazoo in reaction
to recent crimes here he attributes to black youths.
Taylor's opponents say he advocates racial bigotry and
violence, pitting whites against all other races.
For information on the alternative rally or to offer
assistance, contact Neals at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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</font></h2><h2>KALAMAZOO POLICE WARN BLACKS TO KEEP AWAY FROM RALLY</h2>
<h4>PARENTS URGED TO KEEP TEENS HOME; "DON'T LET THEM HEAR" WHAT RALLY WILL SAY</h4>
The local NAACP was going to have a counter-demonstration. Oh really? Opposition to
our "Rally Against Black Gang Terrrorism?????" If they oppose us, that must naturally
mean they support black Gang Terrorism!
Most disturbing about the newspaper story are comments by the Chief of Police which SEEM
to indicate the police intend to do something which will intentionally adversely affect the event.
Specifically, Chief Weston said that "in a supremacist rally in Lansing last year,
organizers learned what police were planning to do and went to court two days before the event to
get a court order to prevent some police activities. . . . .``They will be able to guess what we
are going to do because it's what police do in just about everything,'' he said. ``But we are
not going to help them and publicize our main plan."
I have done everything possible to cooperate with Kalamazoo officials
in a completely honest, forthright and respectful manner. The Chief's remarks now lead me to
believe shenanigans may be afoot.
If any shenanigans take place by officials to disrupt or break apart this event, ruining it
before it even gets started, rest assured there will be a "Plan B." The results of that
plan can be designed with a very different result from "Plan A."
UPDATE 11:20 PM: I have grown weary of doing my best to work with the police, only to have
the police Chief repeatedly adopt an adversarial approach, telling folks to stay away from the rally.
Therefore, I have added a message to the NAACP and other blacks in Kalamazoo to the
bottom of the main rally info page. Read it and let me know what you think.