Fake new viral picture of Obama as New Black Panthers is obvious forgery, still gets passed around

; Date: Mon Nov 13 2017

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We're facing a War on Truth, where certain actors hope we'll all become confused about what's true and what's false. Presumably if we cannot collectively discern the truth, then society is easier to control? In any case, this image of President Obama is going around claiming to show PROOF he is a SECRET RADICAL member of the New Black Panthers. If one bothers to look closely, it's clearly a poor photoshop job. Fortunately Google Image Search finds us the actual image, as well as a fake-news-debunking site showing the true story.

Maruse Heath, a.k.a. King Salim Shabazz, is the fellow on the left of the actual picture. He was the head of the Philadelphia chapter of the New Black Panthers.

According to the Daily Mail, he was arrested in New York City for illegal gun possession -- that is, the gun he was carrying when arrested was not registered. At the time of his arrest he was stopped supposedly because he was wearing a bullet-proof vest. He happened to be leaving a New Black Panthers meeting concerned with planning for the 15th Anniversary Million Man March. His face is covered in tatoos among which is "Kill Whitey".

See: (www.dailymail.co.uk) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2346713/Leader-Black-Panthers-sports-tattoo-reading-Kill-Whitey-cheek-arrested-carrying-unlicensed-loaded-weapon-wearing-bullet-proof-vest.html

See: (nypost.com) http://nypost.com/2013/06/22/kill-whitey-panther-is-held-on-gun-rap/

See: (www.truthorfiction.com) https://www.truthorfiction.com/president-obama-secret-member-new-black-panther-party/

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(davidherron.com) David Herron : David Herron is a writer and software engineer focusing on the wise use of technology. He is especially interested in clean energy technologies like solar power, wind power, and electric cars. David worked for nearly 30 years in Silicon Valley on software ranging from electronic mail systems, to video streaming, to the Java programming language, and has published several books on Node.js programming and electric vehicles.