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Urban Uprising: Black Guns Matter Holds Political Seminar in Brooklyn

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Urban America is experiencing a political shake-up.

This past weekend, gun rights group Black Guns Matter hosted the event Resurrection: Breaking Bread W/ The Gods in Brooklyn, New York.

This event featured some of the most contrarian thought leaders in urban America.

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The speaker line-up included Hotep Doobs (Founder of Lola & Doe body care company), Bryan Sharpe aka Hotep Jesus (Marketing Advisor for Gifitize and Founder of Coinbits) and Maj Toure (Founder of Black Guns Matter).

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The theme of this event was firearms, freedom, and finances.

Resurrection was capped off by Hotep Doobs who gave a talk on personal finance. Hotep Doobs believes that the African American community has lost its way when it comes to its financial health. Since the arrival of the welfare state, he argues that blacks have either relied more on the government or dubious spending habits just to get by.

The result of these bad financial habits has been a government-dependent and financially-shackled populace.

Nevertheless, Doobs believes that this trend can be reversed.

He stressed the importance of “disciplining your dollars” and creating wealth-building habits such as investing, saving, and building businesses and side hustles.

Hotep Jesus was the next to take the mic.

The internet marketer gained notoriety for his viral YouTube video asking for his free reparations coffee at Starbucks. Since then, he has been involved politically preaching a capitalist message on YouTube and his email list.

His talk weaved marketing and politics together, showing how fear-mongering is integral to both marketing and politics.

Based on his 20 years of marketing experience and observing the current political climate, the Internet marketer believes that stoking fear into the public is how politicians get elected.

BLP writer José Niño with YouTubers Hotep Jesus and Uncle Hotep.

He specifically singled out the example of Andrew Yang and his Universal Basic Income (UBI) program.

Yang sells his UBI scheme as the “solution” to the inevitable rise of AI and robots supposedly taking jobs.

However, Hotep Jesus pointed out how similar arguments were used by the Luddites during the Industrial Revolution. Luddites feared that machinery would destroy a bunch of jobs and leave people permanently unemployed. In fact, the opposite occurred. New employment opportunities came about because of the new fields of work that industrialization created.

In Hotep Jesus’s view, socialists “create problems that don’t exist yet.”

Last up was Maj Toure, the founder of Black Guns Matter.

Toure declared that the state of New York, the state the seminar took place in, is a “slave state” because of its strict regulations on gun ownership.

Toure views the right to self-defense as a foundational freedom.

The gun rights activist described laws as “opinions with guns” and sees all gun control laws as an infringement on the right to self-defense.

By the end of the seminar, Toure called on the attendees to turn the information they learned “into political power.” Inspired by his words, a number of attendees signed up and donated money to the Black Guns Matter organization.

A few days after the event, Toure left a cryptic tweet insinuating a potential run for office in the city of Philadelphia.

It remains to be seen whether Toure will run for office. However, there appears to be a political awakening brewing in urban America.

 

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OUTRAGEOUS: Milwaukee Man Who was Defending His Home from a Leftist Mob is Arrested

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A Milwaukee man was arrested on September 14, 2020 for simply making an attempt to defend his home from a leftist mob.

At first, agitators launched a demonstration at a neighbor’s home claiming that he was racist. When the man eventually drew out his gun for fear of his life, the police were immediately called and the man would later be arrested.

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A crowd gathered around the man’s house and laid out a Black Lives Matter banner on the street with a BLM fist cutout also present. In addition, an American flag was seen hanging close to the man’s front door.

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The man’s allegedly racist behavior was drawn from a 15 second video that children shot and posted to Facebook.

Before the police arrived, the gathering in front of the man’s house had a party feel to it with loud music and children and adults dancing in the streets. A good portion of the people outside took out their cell phones and started recording the man’s home.

The confrontation became heated when the activists directly called out the man. The agitators then shined their lights on the man’s home, which had an American flag hanging next to the front door and an “all aboard the Trump Train” sign.

After the activists turned off the music, they started yelling on a megaphone, “Hey Pete!”

As the agitators yelled, the man can be seen inside, holding his gun.

When it became clear that the man was ready to defend himself and his house, the group of agitators called the cops on the homeowner. The activists continued the party after the man was taken away.

This event was organized on Facebook by Vaun L. Mayes, a local activist who was recently arrested on burglary charges. His charges were then dropped by Milwaukee County District Attorney John T. Chisholm, a Democrat.

Mayes planned the gathering in front of his neighbor’s house and was able to collect donations to organize this disturbance.

Vivek Saxena of BizPac Review pointed out that Mayes is also currently facing federal charges for allegedly “plotting to firebomb a Milwaukee police station after the Sherman Park unrest in 2016.”

In present-day America, the right to self-defense is becoming less respected by the day. Even worse, radical left-wing mobs receive protection from the state and are allowed to wreak havoc. But when decent Americans attempt to stand up for themselves, they get pulverized.

This is anarcho-tyranny at its worst.

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