“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
http://www.vice.com/read/coloring-the-black-panthers Remember that one time ( just that one), when the FBI incited violence against the police, or framed a person , a false narrative-or patsied someone?
The Black Panther Coloring Book is one of the gargoyles of the propaganda pantheon of lies and false narratives that the Corporation used to incite the killing of police officers in America. And, their M.O. hasn’t changed a bit, as we see in the cases in Texas, and Baton Rouge-and just about everywhere else you look.
Are these incidents of violence actually ‘lone wolves’ or something far more sinister? I, for one, don’t believe the official narratives anymore ( not that I EVER DID.) In fact, I suggest-and any independent researcher can discover-that these are in fact, the product of ‘disruption’ campaigns of personalized terror, no different than in the 1960’s.
Related Story: How the FBI took one man’s sentiment, and extrapolared national narrative, while executing targeted individuals like Mark Clark, and Fred Hampton. The story of Akinsanya Kimbon, the guy who drew the FBI Black Panther ‘COLORING BOOK.’
COLORING THE BLACK PANTHERS: excercises in ‘federalized child guidance.’
October 26, 2010
The Black Panther Coloring Book was released in 1968 and follows the journey of black (or white, depending on how you color them) people from Africa to America, where they apparently all got huge knives and started killing cops. It sort of makes the Black Panthers look like crazy, irrational assholes, which was the point, because it was made by the FBI and sent to white families across the country.
It was a (somewhat effective) effort to discredit the Panthers as any sort of valid political movement and reinforce the opinion already held by a lot of white people at the time, that Huey P. Newton and his organization were psychotic militants who killed white people and cops indiscriminately. The art direction at the Federal Bureau of Investigation left something to be desired however. Let’s have a look….
….follow the link above, connect the dots!