Muslim agitator Sekou Odinga spoke recently at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at City University of New York, a place where students presumably go to learn about American law and order based on the U.S. Constitution . . .
The community organizer received applause at several points during his speech titled “Minorities and immigrant communities in the U.S. have a right to armed struggle and self-determination.”
Odinga, born Nathanial Burns, joined the Black Panthers in the 1960s and later the Black Liberation Army. He was convicted in a 1984 trial of attempted murder of six police officers related to his role in the deadly Brinks Armored Car robbery in New York. He was released from federal prison in November 2014 after serving 30 years of a 40-year federal and 50-year state sentence . . .
He inadvertently admitted that the generous U.S. immigration system has helped create nations within a nation of unassimilated, “oppressed nations.” These are the people he believes will help spark a revolution to take down the government and replace it with something more “just.”
“The internally oppressed nations, the indigenous people, New Africans, Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, Hawaiians, etc., have the right to freedom and self-determination,” he said. “They have a right to struggle, using whatever tactics and strategies, armed and otherwise, for their self-defense and liberation.” (Read more from “Muslim Firebrand Urges Armed Uprising Against U.S. ‘Oppressors'” HERE)