This is the kind of rhetoric you find at NewsOne.com in their lead story:
As part of the coverage on the Trayvon Martin case, NewsOne visited the cityof Sanford, where the tragic shooting took place this past Monday. A rally led by Baltimore Pastor Jamal Bryant showcased a unified fight for justice, but according to a leader of a Black militia group, local residents are fed up with the rallies and want true justice….
and similar protests are helping? What do you think the people want? Are folks unified?
NSM: People I talked to thought it was nothing but the same old stuff. But I think the people are ready for some radicalism. As Malcolm X once said, it’s time for a worldwide revolution. Brother Malcolm also said “the ballot or the bullet” too. My revolutionary father Dr. Khalil Abdul Muhammad would say, “Bullet or the bullet,” and I say, as the leader of the New Black Liberation Militia, It’s the bullet and the bomb. That’s what’s happening. The youth are going to run this. It’s a sense of rebellion that’s going to take place if this Travyon Martin thing don’t go right.
The New Black Liberation Militia will be staging a citywide rally in Atlanta on April 21 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. The group is also undertaking an armed protest on April 7 in the city of Sanford. To learn more about the Militia and their efforts, go here.
Dr. Boyce Watkins is already on record saying that change has to come through any means necessary.