No doubt the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers enjoyed a week off from having their asses handed to them and got some valuable down time during their bye week. But for quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the most recognized 49er since Joe Montana, there was much work to be put in laying the groundwork for what could be described as Project Mayhem.

The cop-hating, flag flouting team leader wasn’t working on his game in an effort to dig his team out of a 1-6 hole, he was busy poisoning the minds of young people. Kaepernick spent his off week indoctrinating easily impressionable youth in the finer aspects of militant, racist Black Panther ideology at a heavily attended youth camp.

According to the liberal swill-peddling Huffington Post “Colin Kaepernick Just Started A Black Panther-Inspired Youth Camp”:

Colin Kaepernick has taken his protests of police brutality to the people.

During his team’s bye week, the San Fransisco 49ers quarterback hosted a free youth camp in Oakland on Saturday called Know Your Rights. The program aims to teach kids about various important issues, including higher education, self-empowerment and interacting with law enforcement. Hundreds of black and Latino children from the Bay Area attended, according to the New York Daily News.

“We’re here today to fight back and give you all lessons to combat the oppressive issues that our people face on a daily basis. We’re here to give you tools to help you succeed,” he told the attendees, according to the Daily News. “We’re going to give you knowledge on policing history, what the systems of policing in America were based on, and we’re also going to teach you skills to make sure you always make it home safely.”

The camp staff, which consists of Kaepernick and a small group of volunteers, also highlighted 10 basic rights they believe each child should know they have, including the right to be free, healthy, safe and educated. The day was constructed around these rights, which were inspired by the 10-point plan created by the Black Panther Party, who celebrated their 50th anniversary in October. Former party member Ericka Huggins also attended to share her knowledge.

“It’s exciting for me because I see a lot of hope, I see a lot of what is to come,” Kaepernick told The Undefeated. “And if you look at a lot of movements in past history, it started at a youth level and has built. And that’s really where change is created, is when youth come up and they’re built in that culture of, ‘I know what this means, I know why this is happening and I also know how to help create change now.’”

No matter that Kaepernick’s teaching of “policing history” and “policing in America” will likely instill a sense of bravado and defiance into the youngsters that could make them even more confrontational with cops and lead to violence, it serves his larger agenda.

Considering the early success of the pilot program, the NFL’s resident bomb-thrower has plans to take Camp Kaepernick nationwide.

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