Councilman Barron Still Hungry for Justice, Attention, Blood of Cops and Colleagues
The one-man Black Panther caucus in New York's City Council continues to prove himself a public menace.
A meeting of activists from various organizations will be held tonight in Brooklyn to plan a "day of outrage" that could mirror past efforts to shut down subways, block traffic, and disrupt business.
A Council member of Brooklyn and a former Black Panther, Charles Barron, said the event would be a protest against police.
"We've got to come together and do something," Mr. Barron said. "These police are out of control."
Mr. Barron would not provide any details or a date for a possible "Day of Outrage" to be held in New York in response to the shooting of Sean Bell and other recent incidents that he says constitute abuses by the police. Mr. Barron participated in the city's first "Day of Outrage" in December 1987. The New York Times reported at the time that demonstrators blocked traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge and halted service on eight subway lines.
"We just told the city, ‘You have got to pay attention to us. You have got to stop killing us,'" Mr. Barron said. "We've got to do something to let the city know we are being killed and brutalized and disrespected and must be attended to very seriously."
Barron's ongoing, racially-charged pleas for violence, anarchy, and "radical regime change" are indeed getting attention. The Councilman is taking some heat for an apparent assassination threat made by his chief of staff against a fellow Councilman who wouldn't back Barron's efforts to rename a local street after Sonny Carson, a self-described "anti-white" activist, convicted kidnapper, and suspected murderer. Despite Mayor Bloomberg calling the idea, "probably the worst idea the City Council, anybody in the City Council, has had in recent memory" and Democratic Council Speaker Christine Quinn strongly opposing such celebration of a violent criminal, Barron and Carson appear to be ideological soulmates.
Barron called the radical anti-cop crusader "a hero to our community" and insisted, "We are going to name Gates Ave. after him whether the mayor and the speaker like it or not." The late Sonny Carson would no doubt be delighted to know that threats of deadly violence are being made against those who object to his posthumous tribute.
Barron will hold a press conference today to respond to the suspension of his chief of staff (who was incredibly not fired) for her threatening comments. Perhaps he'll take the opportunity to unveil a date for Day of Outrage 2007.
For their roles in the original Outragapalooza '87, rioters including Al Sharpton were convicted of obstruction of governmental administration, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct, and sentenced to 45 in jail. Given Barron and his associates' graver threats of assassination and "explosions", incapacitating part of the city's transit systems might well seem tame in comparison to whatever trouble he plans to cook up this year.
Good thing the NYPD doesn't have anything better to do than to worry about protecting New Yorkers from this thug.
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