Yesterday, a video of Grand Master Jay, leader of a black militia group that describes themselves as the “NFAC” (Not F*cking around coalition) went viral on Twitter, and now has over 745k views.
In the clip, Grand Master Jay is asked about what he sees as a “solution” after he describes “a new black nation.”
Jay’s reply is “The solution is very simple. We follow the declaration of liberation, declaring every African American descendent of slavery a political prisoner here in the United States who were affected by the Portuguese slave trade and then after that the United States has a choice either carve us a piece of land out here, we will take Texas, and let us do our own thing or don’t stop us when we exit this body here and go somewhere where they will give us our own land to build our own nation.” Jay later adds “We don’t want to talk no more, we don’t want to negotiate. We don’t want to sing songs, we don’t bring signs to a gunfight. We’re an eye for an eye organization. So when they decide to act right, we’ll act right. And we do it all legally.”
NFAC's leader Grand Master Jay describing how he will build his black ethnostate inside the United States.
boasting they are all ex-military extremely disciplined & experts shooters
— SSG_PAIN⭐⭐⭐ (@SSG_PAIN) July 5, 2020
In another video, Grandmaster Jay tells the group:
I’m gonna say this one time and I mean it. F*ck Black Lives Matter. We don’t f*ck with them. We don’t talk. We don’t sing. We ain’t trying to overcome.
We ain’t tryin’ to hold hand with you no more. We don’t give a f*ck about your rainbow. This is for black people. We can’t never have nothing to our damned self. So we gonna have this to our damned self.
Do not point your weapon at anybody unless they do something to you first. Under Georgia law, you have the right to use deadly force to kill they as*. And I expect that out of every last one of you motherf*ckers out here today.
If you ain’t never fired your weapon before, this ain’t the time to learn. If s*it pop off get the f**k outta the way and let those of us that trained to do it do our job.
The black power militia has declared themselves seperate from BLM, no whites allowed. pic.twitter.com/25UQkrwjGb
— Jack Dawkins (@Oliversmate) July 4, 2020
According to Meaww, with the recent emergence of the militia group amidst the rampant Black Lives Matter protests in the country, there has been an increased intrigue about the group.
What is NFAC? Although the group appears secretive about its origins, it comprises of armed Black “ex military shooters” seemingly seeking a Black state in the US. The NFAC has also distanced itself from the peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, stating that they believe in an “eye for an eye” approach.
NFAC was previously seen during a George Floyd protest in Minneapolis where they were reportedly protecting Black-owned businesses amid the unrest in May.
The organization was also spotted in a Georgia neighborhood where Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed Black man, was shot and killed by two White residents while he was out jogging.
Per Newsweek, about 1,000 heavily armed militia, all of whom were Black, marched through Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park on Saturday, challenging white nationalist groups in the area to either come out and fight or join them in demonstrating against the government.
Stone Mountain State Park officials said the Black militia group was peaceful, orderly and escorted by police as they called for the removal of the country’s largest Confederate monument near Atlanta.
Videos posted to social media show the group, the “Not F**king Around Coalition” (NFAC), meeting at the massive nine-story quartz sculpting that depicts former Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Southern generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
NFAC Founder Grand Master Jay told Newsweek via phone Sunday that the militia members at Stone Mountain on Saturday were “100 percent Black” and they are not affiliated with Black Lives Matter. “We are a Black militia. We aren’t protesters, we aren’t demonstrators. We don’t come to sing, we don’t come to chant. That’s not what we do,” he said.
The NFAC head explained why several videos show the militia members alongside demonstrators earlier in the day before heading to Stone Mountain. Grand Master Jay told Newsweek the sister of Rayshard Brooks, who was killed outside an Atlanta Wendy’s by police last month, requested the NFAC militia provide her with a security escort to a downtown rally that began at the site of her brother’s death.
“Our initial goal was to have a formation of our militia in Stone Mountain to send a message that as long as you’re abolishing all these statues across the country, what about this one?” Grand Master Jay said, referencing the massive Confederate carving.
He added that he must commend Stone Mountain police for offering the all-Black militia support as they exercised their constitutional rights on July 4th.
“It was all Black … there were no brown people, no white people… everyone was Black. I am not a protester, I am the commanding general of my militia, we were swearing in new members,” he added, highlighting there was a second militia “show of force” Saturday near Phoenix.
Per TCO, this is the latest video, titled “The Spirit of Fear??” posted on YouTube by Grand Master Jay.
In his video intro, Grand Master Jay writes “As the Black Gunz Formation draws near, fear tactics are being used against the Black Population. ”
WATCH: (Warning explicit language)
Here are some more clips of the NFAC.
ALERT: The N.F.A.C. leader and the Black militia in Stone Mountain, Georgia is challenging the KKK and white supremacy! All threats to Black life will be met with military force FROM THIS POINT FORWARD!!! #BlackGunsMatter pic.twitter.com/nLs0ONF3un
— Dave Jones (@kemba722) July 5, 2020
NFAC leader Grand Master Jay assembling his Militia in Atlanta, Georgia. Says to "kill them" pic.twitter.com/O0XMLRf2wh
— Red Pill (@RealTimeRedPill) July 4, 2020
Good to see the black community arming themselves, but it’s a shame it’s the Not Fucking Around Crew doing this imo. Had a look into NFAC and they’re very prone to anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. https://t.co/RhlOqlDzf2
— Jake Hanrahan (@Jake_Hanrahan) July 4, 2020