Members of the Black Lives Matter splinter group, Fuk Yo Flag, are threatening violence on September 11 in videos and blog posts.
After posting a recent video that called for “open season on killing white people and cops,” a man who identifies himself as “King Noble, Black Supremacist” has put out another racist rant, inflammatory video, replete with strong language, where he delivers a monologue of his hatred for both the American and Confederate flags, which he claims are symbols of oppression.
The video begins with Noble saying:
The orders have just come down from the head organizer of #FYF911 movement from Palmetto Star — the retched revolutionary, too raw for TV — the order has come down to reveal the secret location of FYF mobilization.
The event will be held in Stone Mountain. Get there. In Stone Mountain, you will witness the end of U.S. imperialist white supremacy. September 11th, Stone Mountain. Get there.
Stone Mountain, Georgia is a park and the home of the Confederate Memorial Carving that commemorates three Confederate leaders of the Civil War: President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson.
The group’s website contains similar rhetoric.
“We, the people, are psychologically and physically breaking free of the imperialist, colonialist, and racist empires by burning representations starting on September 11th, 2015. Why September 11th? We recognize that these imperial powers attacked their own citizens on 9/11 in an attempt to gain more power from its people. We are not disrespecting any citizen that may have died during these attacks on this day; instead, we are acknowledging that, from this day forward, we are holding ALL imperial nations responsible for their needless deaths! On 9/11 we will be burning American flags, Confederate flags, police uniforms, and ALL representations of organized evil and oppressive nations…”
Blah blah blah.
Noble, who is reportedly living in the Atlanta area, is a self-proclaimed black messiah, and regularly solicits money from his followers, asking them to pay membership fees to join his “club”.