I can't say I'm completely against them, though.
In the NBPP's "10 Point Platform," which is a takeoff on the 10-point platform of the original Black Panther Party, the NBPP demands that blacks be given a country or state of their own, within which they can make their own laws. They demand that all black prisoners in the United States be released to "the lawful authorities of the Black Nation."Sounds like a decent idea to me. (I don't usually cite the Southern Poverty Law Center, but the mentions of "10 Point Platform" on the NBPP-Boston site don't lead anywhere. Probably the white man's fault.)
Looking at a more informative link at Free Republic, it looks like the NBPP are pretty vague on the subject of their future Black Nation.
1. We want freedom. We want the power to practice self-determination, and to determine the destiny of our community and THE BLACK NATION.It's not even clear if this is supposed to be a regular geographical nation, or just a bunch of tax-exempt, draft-exempt, "fully employed" Blacks living in the USA. (Still, the idea an actual Black nation-state in the current territory of the USA, based on this 10 Point Platform, is pretty interesting to me as an enthusiast for fanciful political reform. How much of a government can you run purely on lotteries, user fees, and seigniorage? Good question.)