A speaker at an armed march in Tulsa, Oklahoma marked the Tulsa Race Massacre 100th anniversary by telling the crowd that time is coming to “kill everything white in sight.”
The Black Panthers and a number of gun club members from across the U.S. gathered in Tulsa, Oklahoma for a series of protest events to mark the anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, according to RT.
The event, called the “Second Amendment March for Reparations,” took place on Saturday afternoon in the northern part of Tulsa. Hundreds of participants carrying weapons and dressed in paramilitary black and khaki clothes marched through the city chanting slogans like “Whose streets? Our streets” and “Black Power.” The activists carried a large banner demanding “Reparations now,” also according to RT.
Groups marched through downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma to draw attention to “racism, inequality, wealth disparity, police brutality and the like.” “Tulsa will mark a new beginning in the upgraded fight for Reparations for Black people” according to a news release from organizers.
“The time is coming rat a tat tat…we will kill everything white in sight!” one man shouted from a bullhorn.
During the George Floyd riots, Black Lives Matter (BLM) agitators were also heard shouting, “Shoot the white folks!”
Antifa extremists shouted during a recent protest in Seattle, “I can’t wait until black people lynch white people.”
President Biden is scheduled to visit Tulsa on Tuesday, the day the city resumes its excavation of a mass grave in Oaklawn Cemetery that could be connected to the Tulsa massacre, according to The Washington Post.
Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith.