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WHEN WHITES WERE TARGETS: PART ONE (OF FIVE)

In Bureaucracy, History, Law Enforcement, Politics, Social commentary on July 12, 2016 at 12:10 am

For many Americans, their country seems on the verge of an all-out racial war.  

Blacks, charging police with brutality and racism, are increasingly strident in demanding an end to both. The events of July 5-7 encapsulate this growing divide between blacks and police.  

On July 5, Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old black man, was fatally shot several times after being tackled to the ground by two white Baton Rouge Police Department officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The shooting was captured on video and widely distributed over the Internet.   

On July 6, 2016, Philando Castile, also black, was fatally shot by a St. Anthony, Minnesota police officer after being pulled over, allegedly for a broken tail light. Castile told the officer he was licensed to carry a concealed weapon and had one in the car.

According to his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, a passenger in the car: “The officer said don’t move. As he was putting his hands back up, the officer shot him in the arm four or five times.” This shooting was likewise captured on video and widely seen on the Internet.  

On July 7, Michah Xavier Johnson, a black, ex-Army Reserve Afghan War veteran, snot and killed five Dallas, Texas, police officers. Another seven officers and two civilians were wounded before Johnson was killed by police.  

The shootings erupted during a Black Lives Matter march in downtown Dallas to protest the killings of Sterling and Castile.  

The attack on the Dallas officers has led to even greater polarization between blacks and whites–especially white law enforcement officers.  

But this is not the first time that the United States has been threatened with the prospect of an all-out black-verses-white conflict.  

Forty years ago, whites–not blacks–were the targets of blacks intent on waging a race war.

From October 20, 1973 to April 20, 1974, San Francisco was rocked by a series of random, brutal attacks against whites.  The assailant was at first thought to be a lone black gunman.

The toll finally reached 16 murders, five woundings, one rape, and the attempted kidnapping of three children.

The rampage, however, was not limited to San Francisco. Throughout California–from Bakersfield to San Diego–at least 93 other whites were murdered, according to later police investigations.

 

What follows is an inside account of the “Zebra” death cult, as depicted through the grand jury testimony of the star witness against the killers: Anthony C. Harris.

At 28, Harris was a fifth-dan kung-fu expert who always dressed well and spoke softly.  He also had firsthand knowledge of the “Zebra murders.”

Anthony Harris  

Born in Long Beach, California, in 1946, Anthony Cornelius Harris got as far as the sixth grade. He clashed often with police and, on January 3, 1969, he was convicted for assaulting a policeman.

He was released from prison in May, 1970, when he won a reversal of his sentence at the California Supreme Court.

But he was once again arrested and convicted, in 1971, of second-degree burglary in Los Angeles. For this, he drew a sentence at San Quentin prison.

And he also met two of the future “Zebra” killers: Manuel Moore and Jessie Lee Cooks.

Cooks had been convicted of robbery; Moore had been sent to prison for burglary. Both wanted Harris, a fifth-dan kung-fu expert, to teach them the martial arts.

Cooks wanted to learn kung-fu so he could kill whites “because they had castrated and killed our ancestors and stomped our babies’ heads in.”

While an inmate at San Quentin prison, Harris became a devout member of the Nation of Islam.

At that time, the spiritual leader of the Nation was Elijah Muhammad, who preached a gospel of black separatism and superiority.  Muhammad taught that whites were literally the incarnation of evil, a race of “blue-eyed devils.”

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Elijah Muhammed

To test the worthiness of His Chosen Black People, proclaimed Muhammad, Allah had allowed their 400-year persecution by these “bleached-out, grafted snakes.”

But that great testing period would soon come to its end. Then would follow the literal, heaven-sent destruction of all whites. At the conclusion of this divine slaughter, Allah would create a paradise earth for His Chosen Black People.  

Harris, Moore and Cooks had a conversation in the temporary Muslim temple in the prison–about “killing people and cutting their heads off–just white people,” Harris later testified in court.

After Harris was paroled on October 15, 1973, he drifted into San Francisco. There he made a new friend–Larry Craig Green, who helped him into a job at the Black Self-Help, a Muslim-owned, furniture-moving company in the city.

Yet another new friend he made there was J.C. Simon.

Soon he was reunited with Jessie Cooks, who had been paroled in July. The release of Manuel Moore followed in November–as did his own arrival in San Francisco.

In September or October, 1973, Harris and 12 to 13 other Muslims–including Simon, Cooks and Green–met at J.C. Simon’s San Francisco apartment.

“They asked me,” Harris later testified, “was I able to kill anyone?  Did I have my mind together?  They wanted me to work in the [Muslim] temple” as a kung-fu instructor.

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