Ben Kinchlow exposes the racist agenda of the New Black Panther Party

MicroEffect owner Joe McNeil interviews black evangelist Ben Kinchlow, who says the New Black Panther Party is lying about its extremist views to try to disassociate itself from the Far Left in America.

Today’s program includes a discussion about the Justice Department’s abrupt decision to drop a legal case involving the NBPP and two of its members, Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson, whose overt hatred of the white race were documented in a video and on a MySpace web site. A newspaper account about Jackson’s MySpace page that contained the words, “Killing Crakkas,” appeared with little fanfare in the July 31, 2009 edition of the Washington Times. When DOJ Attorney J. Christian Adams quit to blow the whistle on what he called a corrupt decision to drop the case, the Washington Times story received renewed interest, which provided an open window into the racist views of the NBPP.

About Ben Kinchlow

Ben Kinchlow served in the Air Force for 13 years and was ordained in the African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1971. He served as a broadcaster and producer with the Christian Broadcasting Network for over 20 years until he started an independent ministry in 1996.

Kinchlow is best known as the co-host of The 700 Club from 1975 to 1988 and again from 1992 to 1996. He hosted a televised show on CBN called Straight Talk and a live radio talk show called Taking It To The Streets. In addition to his hosting responsibilities, he also served as CBN’s Vice President for Domestic Ministries who was in charge of all aspects of the Counseling Centers, including recruitment and training.

Kinchlow is the author of several books, including Plain Bread, You Don’t Have To If You Don’t Want To, and Black Yellow Dogs.

His executive background includes the following roles and positions:
• Founder of Ben Kinchlow Ministries.
• Founder and CEO of the African American Political Awareness Coalition (AAPAC), an organization designed to encourage blacks to cast their vote based on principle, not party.
• Founder of Americans For Israel, an organization dedicated to restoring the traditional bonds between Jewish and African-American communities and between Christians and Jews.
• Vice President and Board Member of Kids Against Hunger, a worldwide feeding program for starving children.
• Board Member of the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools.
• Co-Host (with Earl Cox) of the Front Page Jerusalem radio show that features top newsmakers in the U.S. and Israel.

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