Action Change Educate is an organization for the people, providing avenues to reduce hardships in communities, by taking action to create change through education. We pride ourselves not just focusing on one national cause. Action Change Educate is on a mission to bring about positive change in communities, by empowering and inspiring families through education.
Huey P. Newton Gun Club
Our mission is to aspire to educate and arm black people in the U.S. and abroad. We realize this is an international struggle against capitalism and imperialism. We also are in solidarity with poor people around the world and understand the similarities we deal with. We ask of you to donate as much and as often as you can, we have community-related programs that need help continuing. Reach out, each one teach one!
All power to the people!
H.P.N.G.C. is a club the demonstrates unity amongst national and local organizations made up of the following: Guerrilla Mainframe (www.GuerrillaMainframe.org) , African Angels, Brothers Against Racist Cops, Black Riders, Vanguard Soldiers, Black and Brown United, Peoples Liberation Army, and PNBPP
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Armed men shut down an east Oak Cliff gas station for at least half an hour last week, but Dallas police have yet to file charges.
Video of the incident at Exxon Rayyan, located at the corner of Bonnie View and Illinois, shows at least five men with rifles and shotguns marching up to the store, opening the door, and ushering customers and employees out.
“Come on out. Come on out,” one of the men tells them.
The manager, Ayaz Arien, was inside.
“Where’s the manager? Where’s the manager?” the men ask repeatedly.
“Very, very scary,” said Arien. “When I saw the gun, I said, ‘No I’m not the manager’. I went inside the office. I called the police.”
In an online post, one of the men involved claims a clerk at the store had pulled a gun on him and his wife the night before. When police didn’t immediately arrest the employee, he and his friends decided to protest.
“Y’all allow y’all’s employees to pull guns on customers, you’ll aren’t gonna have no customers,” one of the armed men yelled to someone inside the store.
Arien says, he was unaware of the previous night’s dispute and would have listened to the man’s complaint, but not while he was holding a gun.
“Your intention is not to talk, but to hurt someone,” he told us he assumed of anyone approaching with a gun in hand.
Attorney Pete Schulte, though, says as frightening as the scene might seem, the men aren’t necessarily breaking the law.
“They’re allowed to have long guns in their hands as long as they’re not holding them in a threatening manner. I’m not seeing that right now,” said Schulte, as he watched the video.
In portions of the video posted online by the men, they hold their guns in both hands, but leave them either pointed toward the ground or the sky, never in anyone’s direction.
“I didn’t hear any threats that were made to the management or the staff. Their conduct was lawful until they’re told to leave,” said Schulte.
Because the manager didn’t want to risk confronting the men, it’s not clear if they were told to leave, at least not until Dallas police arrived.
After listening to the men’s complaints and speaking with the owner, officers made the crowd move off property.
Police made no arrests and have not filed charges, but a department spokesperson said they are still investigating. Meanwhile, management said that the clerk who upset the protestors has been let go for her behavior, but did not confirm if she had pulled out a gun on any customers.
ARTICLE REFERENCE: http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2016/07/01/armed-men-shut-down-east-oak-cliff-gas-station-police-make-no-arrests/
The Huey P. Newton Gun Club was not formed to be a xenophobic, separatist, or even a political organization. Our goal is not to unify a defunct so-called “New Panther” movement. The Black Panther Party for Self Defense existed from 1966 until 1982, which is entirely different than the groups admiring the past at this moment. I say this with respect to those that truly believe in the slogan, All Power to the People” and want liberation for the masses of African People Worldwide. To comprehend Huey P. Newton is to read his writings, and to understand philosophies of his political ideology. To immerse oneself into revolutionary theory and people’s politics emerging practice with principle. Our yearning is to encourage a well-read political theoretician’s empathetic of international issues and problems. This is completely different than the existing promotion of scholars and rostrum speakers (excluding Malcolm X) as being legitimate revolutionaries, without having armed or combat experience. I recommend if you want to be a revolutionary, then study revolutions, and the influence they shaped on the social order for which it transpired.
Examples are what myself, Rakem Balogun and Babu anticipated we would create by developing a “public” dialogue for African Americans to discuss weapons and safety. We use our weapons as political tools to organize the masses around various concerns, particularly police brutality. Dallas Communities Organizing for Change had been the predecessor in Dallas on the issue since 2010, therefore creating legitimacy for the Huey P. Newton Gun Club. The murder of Tobias Mackey on 10/29/2010 helped solidify the political ambition towards an improvement of the Dallas Police Department as it relates to the treatment of poor people. In creating a Black Gun Rights organization we have consistently stood on specific points, which can change the public outlook on the gun conversation. Dissuading Black on Black Violence, Police Callousness, and Gun Training is the ONLY mission of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club.
In 1987, Fahim J. Minkah and “African American Men Against Narcotics” (AAMAN) reestablished armed community patrols in Dallas. It is significant to note that AAMAN patrols were the first in the city, and possibly around the nation since Huey Newton’s Oakland-based group. Prince Hall apartment complex and the adjacent street Ledbetter Drive was the route used during these early days. The objectives were to discourage drug sales and violence and encourage harmony and economic development. Minkah, even established a skating rink for the kids in the area in order to have a constructive atmosphere to grow and mature. These patrols were welcomed by the community and of course disliked by downtown officials and the police department.
There is no political line of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club other than facts cited above, WE ARE NOT Black Nationalist, separatist, Guerilla Mainframe, or Panthers. The membership of the Gun Club is far and wide, not to be constrained by narrow debatable dogmatic ideas and political jargon. Advancement of Armed Self Defense for African Americans is supreme above anything else because we historically have been taught we should NOT have weapons, but to the contrary, we have a rich tradition of Black veterans and freedom fighters to lean upon as encouragement and direction. WE WILL NO LONGER BE VICTIM!!! Of ourselves or anyone else.
- Yafeuh Balogun
Co-founder Guerrilla Mainframe
Co-founder of the Huey P. Newton Gun Club
ALONG with Rakem Balogun, Babu Omowale
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Huey Newton Speaks at Boston College, Presents Theory of 'Intercommunalism'
By GARRETT EPPS, November 19, 1970
Huey P. Newton, Supreme Commander of the Black Panther Party, told an audience of about 1200 at Boston College's Roberts Arena last night that the Panthers "would like to disclaim internationalism and become intercommunalists."
Newton's speech-which was sponsored by the B. C. Left Collective-was originally scheduled to start at 7:30 p. m. last night, but was delayed until 10 p. m. because of tight security precautions by the meeting's organizers.
As the crowd jammed around the arena's doors, Panther security guards admitted people singly and frisked them for weapons.
Last night's speech, in which Newton enunciated the theory of "intercommunalism," seemed to represent a new departure in Panther ideology, which Newton said had formerly been one of "revolutionary internationalism."
Newton said last night that "every nation of the world has been violated by the ruling circle of North America, and every nation has thus been transformed. They are no longer nations."
"The Marxist global non-state has been established, but it is reactionary," he said.
"Socialism in the United States will not exist. Socialism will not exist anywhere in the world, because for socialism to exist, a socialist state must exist, and since states do not exist, how can socialism exist?"
Newton said that "progressive areas such as the People's Republic of China, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the North and the Provisional Revolutionary Government in the South" should not be called nations but "people's liberated territory."
"The ruling circle have recognized that this is one world," he added. "They no longer acknowledge wars, they call them 'police actions.' They say we're having a civil disturbance because the people of Vietnam are rioting.
"The police are everywhere and they all wear the same uniforms, and all have the same job, which is to protect the interests of the ruling circle."
Newton said that the Panthers seek a world revolution which will establish a global group of interdependent socialist communities, or "intercommunalism within a cooperative framework." Under such a revolutionary system, he said, the people of the world would control "the technological machine which the imperialists have built."
The Panthers seek to organize the "unemployable" elements of society, or "lumpenproletariat," Newton said, because they form the only revolutionary class in technological society.
"As the ruling circle continue to build their technocracy, more and more of the proletariat will become unemployable, become lumpen, until they have become the popular class, the revolutionary class," he said.
Newton criticized "mechanical Marxists" who "would like to pretend that this is 1917."
"Marx was trying to warn Progressive Labor [Party] not to accept the past as the present or the future," he said.
On June 10th 2016, In Arlington Texas La’Shadion Anthony was providing Armed security for a police brutality protest. Anthony, founder of an organization called “WORC” and a Huey P. Newton gun club member was ensuring that a demonstration for Christian Taylor was secure. The demonstration had grown to numbers of 75 marching down the street, had nearly ended peacefully. Suddenly Arlington Police Officers had approached Anthony asking him the reason his weapon did not have a sling. (In Texas there is NO law that states a weapon rifle or shotgun has to be in a sling) Anthony was then peacefully arrested. The officer that arrested him was attempting to find any charges to file against “LA” so they settled on “Disorderly Conduct” and “Resisting Arrest”, even though video of the incident actually showed it was the police officers that was the aggressor. On September 26th the case when before a judge in which “LA” attorney motioned for a mistrial which was agreed on by the judge due to lack of evidence. The District Attorney stated that he will bring charges back to brother “LA” and a new trial is date is October 31st, 2016 in Tarrant County.
Community Patrols are the basis of our collective network to reach the masses of people throughout the DFW area and the world. It is at times has been the very risk, but rewarding as we help instill hope in the hearts of Black People across the world, GMF admires the work of previous organizations and cadres before us. WE, however, wish to STAND on our own work and build an honest organization. The Community Empowerment Patrol is apart of this tedious process of reaching the masses of People.
Written By: Yafeuh Balogun