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The Black Home Guard:
An Armed Black Self-Defense Movement

NewBlackNationalism.com

11.15.2021

"The defenses of the colonized are tuned like anxious antennae waiting to pick up the hostile signals of a racially divided world. In the process, the colonized acquire a peculiar visceral intelligence dedicated to the survival of body and soul." 

  Frantz Fanon

A new movement is afoot in Black communities across America's settler state. It's animating ideal is individual, collective, and community armed self-defense. New Black Nationalists have characterized this kinetic resistance as the Black Home Guard movement. 

Unlike most movements, Black Home Guard [BHG] has no charismatic leader, no snappy slogan that rolls off the tongue, no flagship organization, no collective manifesto, no financial maven bankrolling its sundry projects, no public relations gurus crafting messaging strategies, and no action plan. 

The Black Home Guard is an unwieldy polyglot of Black women’s shooting clubs, self-defense community-based groups, radical gun clubs, national Black gun associations, 501 C-3's, Second Amendment Rights activists, Black religious, separatist, and nationalist militias. 

Hovering on the perimeter of the BHG are heavily armed street toughs, crews, petty criminals, and hustlers schooled in the arts of the narcotics trade. This cohort of Black gun owners, overlaid by an edgy tableau of hip-hop culture is what 1960s radicals called the "lumpenproletariat."

If the BHG concert is connected by a common thread, it is their activities and rhetoric are couched in the legal cloth of 2nd Amendment rights to bear arms.  

It also appears that the launch point for the BHG's emergence coincided with the breakout of the Black Lives Matter 1.0 movement in 2013. 

The inability of the Black Lives Matter's 1.0 protests (2013-16) to staunch the spate of police vigilante assassinations, and its failure to pressure the security state into jailing murderous cops marked a critical transition point.

In June 2016, black radical Micah Xavier Johnson, killed five Dallas policemen after a BLM rally. Two weeks later, Gavin Long took down three Baton Rouge cops. Those shootings, while not the subject of wide ranging discussion in the Black community, triggered an undercurrent of armed resistance that would conspicuously surface in 2020.  

In the interim, BLM 1.0's political retreat after Trump's election in 2016, was followed by the August 2017, battle of Charlottesville, VA. The violent Unite the Right rally, capped off by Trump's defense of them as "very fine people," green-lit the fractured white nationalist militia movement. 

Ironically, Charlottesville set off a series of deadly running street battles across the country between white nationalists militias and predominantly white Antifa anarchists for the next two years.  

In the meantime, OG's of 1960s Black nationalist movements and their youthful successors took advantage of the respite to start quietly rebuilding their ranks. Deciphering the code of Trump and resurgent white nationalism, Black nationalist self-defense groups began preparing for a next phase of struggle.  

Black gun clubs and self -defense groups like the New Black Panther Party, the New Black New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, the Huey Newton Gun Club, the Fred Hampton Gun Club, Black Moors and Black Hebrew Israelite groups all experienced growth spurts. 

From 2018 to 2020, we also witnessed the slow build of civic organizations, associations, and Black 2nd Amendment Rights groups like the Black Gun Owners Association and the National African American Gun Association.  

By 2020, these organizations sparse membership rolls and smattering of local chapters exploded into fully fledged national organizations. The NAAGA's website crashed from new adherents lighting up their web portal.  

In 2020, Black people posted the biggest increases (up 58.2%) in national gun purchases of any national sub-group during the first six months of the year. Black women were the fastest growing demographic. 

Then came George Floyd's police assassination in May 2020. The explosion of Black rage and unprecedented protests aggressively confronted the security state, besieged government complexes, and tore down historical monuments to white supremacy 

The escalation of kinetic confrontation also reflected a new consciousness taking shape in challenging state-sanctioned anti-Black violence. The willingness of Black protesters to physically engage the security state, burn down police stations, and take down law enforcement officers was just one aspect of the transition to Black Lives Matter 2.0.--the Lavender Revolution.  

There would be more to come. The chrysalis of the Black armed self-defense movement burst into full-bloom on July 4, 2020. The 1000- person strong Not Fucking Around Coalition march on Stone Mountain, Georgia--the sacred ground of the Confederacy--broke the glass.  

In the aftermath of the NFAC march, small black militias groups surfaced in Oklahoma City, Michigan, Kansas City, Baltimore, Hartford, and other cities.  

Despite the government's attacks on NFAC leader "Grandmaster Jay," and their attempts to decapitate the Black militia movement, the genie is out of the bottle. Armed Black self-defenses groups are not going away. Quite the opposite, they will continue to grow. 

Two months after George Floyd's assassination, the conservative Rasmussen Group conducted a poll that found half of American voters are worried that a violent overthrow of the US government will be attempted in the next ten years.

Rasmussen’s poll showed 18% of respondents think an attempted violent overthrow of the government is highly likely, while 32% think it’s somewhat likely. The poll was taken over a two-day period from July 2 – 4. “This was a surprise,” Scott Rasmussen said. “Upon reflection, though, it probably shouldn’t have been.” That’s an understatement. 

The August 3, 2020, Rasmussen poll comes as no surprise to New Black Nationalists. Nor was the January 6, Capitol Coup to overturn the 2020 election results by white nationalists and Republican Party leaders, who are now openly fomenting "civil war."

At this juncture, where the Black Home Guard Movement is headed, and how strong it becomes, is up for grabs. What we know is that this movement is anchored by a core group of nationalists-leaning Black radicals. 

American Empire's accelerating collapse, and growing numbers of white people turning to civil war as the solution to overcome the Browning of America, is going to require more than a radical reformist response.  

The new Black Home Guard section of our website is dedicated to tracking, analyzing, and probing the development of this kinetic resistance rising from the Black street.  



New Black Nationalist Statement of Support 

 Juneteenth 2022 Black Armed Rally and Commemoration of the Devil's Punchbowl 

03.16.2022

Today, New Black Nationalists are proud to announce our support for the Juneteenth 2022, Armed 2nd Amendment March in Natchez, MS. Since forming in 2018, as a network providing theoretical and analytical products to support the Black liberation movement, we have consistently advocated and supported armed self-defense of the Black Commons.  In November 2021, we opened a section of our website outlining our thoughts on the developing national Black armed self-defense movement called the The Black Home Guard. 

In the coming days, we will have much more to say about the 2022 Juneteenth historic memorialization of the infamous Devil’s Punchbowl concentration camps that newly freed slaves were forced onto by government authorities during and after the Civil War. Their internment led to the deaths of thousands of Black people. 

We encourage every reader to contact the organizers of the 2022 Juneteenth commemoration in Natchez, Mississippi.  and support the weekend of events from June 17-19, 2022. On behalf of the New Black Nationalist network, we congratulate the organizers of the "Gathering of Great Armies" march and rally. 
Articles on the Devil's Punchbowl Concentration Camp 

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The Devil’s Punchbowl --American Heritage by Nathan Mote 
For updates on Black Unity Events Planned for the Weekend of 'The Gathering of the Great Armies" Juneteenth Black National Unity Convention     

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ACTIVIST SET TO MEET DURING JUNETEENTH TO ADDRESS WHITE MASSACRES AND GANG VIOLENCE

About this Event

GATHERING OF THE GREAT ARMIES

A massive national 2nd Amendment event is set to take place Sunday June 19th at the Devils Punch Bowl in Natchez, Mississippi on Juneteenth Sunday June 19th. Thousands of Black gun owners and gun groups from across the south and the nation will descend on Natchez Mississippi for the “Gathering of the Great Armies” at exactly 12 noon.

According to event co-organizer Nick Bezzel, leader of the Elmer Geronimo Pratt Gun Club “folks are coming from all over the country to the Devils Punch Bowl on Juneteenth to stand-up for our human rights and our 2nd amendment right to armed ourselves for self-defense. “

“Massacres are wiping out our elders in Buffalo; babies are being slaughtered in schools in Texas; our youth need Black Power and that is exactly what they will see in large numbers at the Devils Punch Bowl in Natchez on June 19th,” says Keynote Speaker Malik Shabazz, national civil rights attorney and national chairman of the New Black Panther Party. This lawfully armed mass self-defense march will be supported by large numbers of community members who will assemble in support.

On Saturday June 18th at Grove Park in Jackson, Mississippi, the “Juneteenth National Street Tribe Summit” will take place. Over 100 different so called “gangs” who are committed to stopping the violence will attend.

According to state organizers who will speak at Tuesdays news conferences, “every type of institutional and systemic racism you can imagine exists in Mississippi. From the jails to the voters’ roles to the educational system. This Juneteenth there will be no play day. We are standing-up for justice and if it takes assembling a righteous army to do it; then so be it,” say Minister Kamal Karriem, organizer of Mission the Move statewide grassroots movement.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

FRIDAY – JUNE 17

1:00PM: OCCUPY BROOKAVEN D’MONTERRIO GIBSON

6:00PM: MISSISSIPPI ON THE MOVE TOWN HALL MEETING

(Broadmoor Utilities 61 E Wilderness Road Natchez, MS)

SATURDAY – JUNE 18

8AM-12NOON: NATIONAL SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING (Registration Required) www.blackpanthermovement.org

12NOON-8PM: NATIONAL GANG SUMMIT/STREET TRIBE CONVENTION and MUSIC FEST (Grove Park – Jackson, MS)

SUNDAY – JUNE 19

12NOON: GATHERING OF THE GREAT ARMIES 2A MASS ASSEMBLY (Devils Punch Bowl)

JUNETEENTH COMMUNITY BLACK HOLOCAUST REMEMBERANCE FESTIVAL

For registration and information on all events please TEXT 202.699.1046 or go to www.blackpanthermovement.org or egpgunclubcentraltexas.com


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