Muskegon Black Foot Soldier Silas Coleman

Every city and small town in America has one, says Muskegon Black Foot Soldier Silas Coleman. Every American city and small town has a cabal of whites racial terrorists who sit in positions of authority and who abuse the authority bestowed to them as it relates to the human and civil rights of blacks.Coleman says Muskegon city prosecutor Tony Tague’s findings that the September 23rd police killing of 23-year-old Julius Allen-Ray Johnson was justified demonstrates the workings of this cabal on the local level.

“Whether they are Democratic, Republican, independent, Christian, Atheist or other, there is only one group of terrorists on the planet and they are all white. White people are Al Quaeda. White people are the Taliban. White people are the insurgent group of terrorists who seek to dominate and control the planet. Look to history to see who these so called decent white folk are and to know what these so called civilized people are about. They are demonic racists who have terrorized the earth since their creation.”

Coleman, who says the same cabal that murdered brother Julius Johnson is now targeting his sister, Tunisia Phillips, has called on all local Black Foot Soldiers to stage a street penitentiary protest.

“Have you seen the mayor Warmington’s crooked smile and cowardly pink skin,” Muskegon Black Foot Soldier Silas Coleman flamed at a rally held near Pine and Dale where twenty three year old Julius Allen-Ray Johnson was shot. “Have you seen punk chief Kleibecker’s crooked smile and heard his fake sincerity? These fake leaders can’t keep drugs out of our communities yet can find niggas on the streets selling them. Another one of our own is dead behind their corrupt justice and hypocritical laws while these two criminals call for calm and order. We will give you calm an order, mayor Warmington and chief Kleibecker. We will give you calm and order like you have never seen or tasted before.”

The rally, held on the heels of Police Chief Kleibecker’s call for citizens to remain calm, was attended by over fifty local Black Foot Soldiers. Members passed out literature to others who watched.
According to Soldiers, Johnson had been a target of local police and illegally held in their custody on more than one occasion.
Soldiers encourages black citizens to mark their cars and other property “black owned.”