Black Power Sniper Group Sends Chilling Message To Europe

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A Black Power group who claimed responsibility for the horrific attack on July 7 in Dallas, which left five police officers dead, have announced that they are coming for EU leaders next. 

The radical Black Power Political Organisation have claimed they are ‘coming after EU leaders and their families’ if they refuse to pay back ‘$400 billion they stole from Africa’.

According to The Sun, the extremist group have said that they will strike against Europe next and will not stop until leaders are dead.

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An anonymous spokesperson for the group reportedly said:

I would also like you to let the leaders of France know something.

If they don’t pay back the $400 billion they stolen from Africa then we will be coming after them and their families.

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They also threatened more attacks against U.S. police if African Americans continue to be mistreated.

They said:

More assassinations of police will continue to take place if they don’t stop the killing of unarmed black men and women.

The group’s Facebook page contains numerous posts about the foundation of a United States of Africa where ‘all black majority countries worldwide will unite as one’.

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However, they added that if any western leader opposed their ideals and plans ‘they and their families will be hunted down relentlessly and assassinated’.

Black Power Political Organisation announced on Friday that they were behind the devastating attacks on police officers in Dallas, however it is not officially known if gunman, Micah Johnson, had any ties to the group whatsoever.


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Joseph Loftus

Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.