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Fred Hampton - Quotes

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We're going to fight racism not with racism, but we're going to fight with solidarity. We say we're not going to fight capitalism with black capitalism, but we're going to fight it with socialism. ---->>>

You can kill a revolutionary but you can never kill the revolution. ---->>>

Yes, we do defend our office as we do defend our homes. This is a constitutional right everybody has, and nothing's funny about that. The only reason they get mad at the Black Panther Party when you do it is for the simple reason that we're political. ---->>>

I believe I'm going to die doing the things I was born to do. I believe I'm going to die high off the people. I believe I'm going to die a revolutionary in the international revolutionary proletarian struggle. ---->>>

Let me just say: Peace to you, if you're willing to fight for it. ---->>>

I am the people, I'm not the pig. You got to make a distinction. And the people are going to have to attack the pigs. The people are going to have to stand up against the pigs. That's what the Panthers is doing, that's what the Panthers are doing all over the world. ---->>>

A lot of people don't understand the Black Panthers Party's relationship with white mother country radicals. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 08-30, 1948
Birthplace: Summit, Illinois, U.S.
Die: 12-04, 1969
Occupation: Activist
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Fred Hampton (August 30, 1948 – December 4, 1969) was an American activist and revolutionary, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party (BPP), and deputy chairman of the national BPP. Hampton was assassinated while sleeping at his apartment during a raid by a tactical unit of the Cook County, Illinois State's Attorney's Office, in conjunction with the Chicago Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 1969 (wikipedia)