This is the best video I have seen for years.
It shows that when the white community unite to defend one of their own, we can show the organised ethnic groups real people power.
Joe Horn shot dead two convicted criminal burglers, one of whom was an illegal immigrant who had been deported before, when they advanced towards him after coming out his neighbours house.
Joe Horn, 61, spotted two burglars breaking into his next-door neighbor's home in Pasadena, Texas. He called 911 to call police to the scene. While on the phone with emergency dispatch, Horn stated that he had the right to use deadly force to defend property, referring to a law (Texas Penal Code § 9.41., § 9.42., and § 9.43.) which justified the use of deadly force to protect property. He stated that he was going to go outside and confront the burglars and shoot. As the burglars were exiting his neighbor's home, and reportedly approaching Horn's home, Horn exited his home with his shotgun, while the 911 operator tried to dissuade him from that action. On the 911 tape, he is heard confronting the suspects, saying, "Move, and you're dead", immediately followed by the sound of a shotgun blast, followed by two more. Following the shootings Mr. Horn told the 911 operator, "They came in the front yard with me, man, I had no choice!" 
Police initially identified the dead men in Horn's yard as 38-year-old Miguel Antonio DeJesus and Diego Ortiz, 30, both of Houston of Afro Latino descent. However, DeJesus was actually an alias of Hernando Riascos Torres, 38. They were carrying a sack with more than $2,000 cash and jewelry taken from the home. Both were convicted criminals from Colombia who had entered the country illegally, and were members of an organized burglary ring in Houston. Police found a Puerto Rican identification card on Ortiz while Torres had three identification cards from Colombia, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic, and had been previously sent to prison for dealing cocaine and was deported in 1999.
One vital piece of evidence were segments of Mr. Horn’s 911 calls which could have possibly incriminated Mr. Horn or shown his innocence. The most scrutinized segment is presented below:
Joe Horn: “I’ve got a shotgun; do you want me to stop them?”
The Pasadena emergency operator responded: “Nope. Don’t do that. Ain’t no property worth shooting somebody over, O.K.?”
Mr. Horn said: “But hurry up, man. Catch these guys will you? Cause, I ain’t going to let them go.”
Mr. Horn then said he would get his shotgun.
The operator said, “No, no.” But Mr. Horn said: “I can’t take a chance of getting killed over this, O.K.? I’m going to shoot.”
The operator told him not to go out with a gun because officers would be arriving.
“O.K.,” Mr. Horn said. “But I have a right to protect myself too, sir,” adding, “The laws have been changed in this country since September the first, and you know it.”
The operator said, “You’re going to get yourself shot.” But Mr. Horn replied, “You want to make a bet? I’m going to kill them.”
Moments later he said, “Well here it goes, buddy. You hear the shotgun clicking and I’m going.”
Then he said: “Move, you’re dead.”
There were two quick gunshots, then a third, and the 911 call ended.
“I had no choice,” Mr. Horn said when he got back on the line with the dispatcher. “They came in the front yard with me, man.” 
The video shows the Black Panthers coming into Joe Horns community and giving it large, and then being forced to scuttle away with their tails between their legs as the entire community came out and forced them to leave.
This level of community solidarity and community activism is what we must use to get our people to come together.
Every time a Muslim paedophile ring is discovered in our communities then we must organise marches, demonstrations and direct actions to publicise it and to draw our community together.
We must every grievance against our people as a mechanism for social activism.
We must inflame public opinion, polarise our communities and inflame tensions until our people have social, civil and legal justice.
We can no longer sit in cowardly silence as our people are racially discriminated against, crimes against us ignored and covered up and the law used to impose racist employment practices such affirmative action plans etc.
A people with no voice is a people whose rights are denied.
Copy Saul Alinsky and the methodology in Rules for Radicals.
Joe Horn should have been given a medal, not prosecuted.