Black Panthers Block Entrances to Chinese Restaurant to ‘Protest Racism’ in China
For some hard to fathom reason, the radical New Black Panther Party decided on Tuesday to launch a boycott of Chinese restaurants in the U.S.A.
For some hard to fathom reason, the radical New Black Panther Party decided on Tuesday to launch a boycott of Chinese restaurants in the U.S.A. to… denounce racism in China? Yeah, apparently that is what they did.
A group of the African American appeared in front of a Chinese restaurant in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.
Per Breitbart News:
The protests targeted over a dozen businesses across the country, none of which had any apparent affiliation with the Chinese government.
For example, one group of protesters held a demonstration outside Yum’s in Washington, DC, a popular local eatery. (The founder came to the U.S. from Hong Kong in 1979.)
Breitbart News live-streamed some of the protests in Washington, which included several Black Panther activists trampling a Chinese flag.
Why these nitwits didn’t protest out in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington D.C., is anyone’s guess.
That is where actual Chinese officials work, after all.
Shabazz’s press release blamed the Chinese government for “vicious human rights violations; anti-Black racism of Africans living in China; supplying the Black community with poor quality and substandard food; exploiting the local retail market; refusing to hire Blacks; rude and disrespectful treatment; and failure to assist community organizations.”
The statement added that the protests were aimed at “local Chinese business outlets that are open during the pandemic,” with the message that “Harm to Africans in China can bring Harm to Chinese in America.”
Seriously. Do these fools have any idea what they are doing?
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