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Cress Welsing: The Definition of Racism White Supremacy

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Racism

Anon: What is Racism/White Supremacy?

Dr. Bobby Wright: The Psychopathic Racial Personality

The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)

What is the First Step in Counter Racism?

Genocide: a system of white survival

The Creation of the Negro

The Mysteries of Melanin

'Racism is a behavioral system for survival'

Fear of annihilation drives white racism

Dr. Blynd: The Definition of Caucasian

Where are all the Black Jurors? 

The War Against Black Males: Black on Black Violence Caused by White Supremacy/Racism

Brazen Police Officers and the Forfeiture of Freedom

White Domination, Black Criminality

Fear of a Colored Planet Fuels Racism: Global White Population Shrinking, Less than 10%

Race is Not Real but Racism is

The True Size of Africa

What is a Nigger? 

MLK and Imaginary Freedom: Chains, Plantations, Segregation, No Longer Necessary ['Our Condition is Getting Worse']

Chomsky on "Reserving the Right to Bomb Niggers." 

A Goal of the Media is to Make White Dominance and Control Over Everything Seem Natural

"TV is reversing the evolution of the human brain." Propaganda: How You Are Being Mind Controlled And Don't Know It.

Spike Lee's Mike Tyson and Don King

"Zapsters" - Keeping what real? "Non-white People are Actors. The Most Unrealistic People on the Planet"

Black Power in a White Supremacy System

Neely Fuller Jr.: "If you don't understand racism/white supremacy, everything else that you think you understand will only confuse you"

The Image and the Christian Concept of God as a White Man

'In order for this system to work, We have to feel most free and independent when we are most enslaved, in fact we have to take our enslavement as the ultimate sign of freedom'

Why do White Americans need to criminalize significant segments of the African American population?

Who Told You that you were Black or Latino or Hispanic or Asian? White People Did

Malcolm X: "We Have a Common Enemy"

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Tuesday
Aug302016

[Trump is Not Pandering to White Folks?] A goddamm shame. Coin-Operated Black Pastor Massa'bator Not Ashamed to be Called "Trump Surrogate"

Hey Pastor. Fuck Trump. From [HERE] Pastor Mark Burns, an African-American supporter of [Democract puppet] Donald Trump who has been defending the candidate's recent outreach to minority voters in the media, tweeted a cartoon Monday of Hillary Clinton in black face, mocking her outreach to black voters.

Black Americans, THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTES and letting me use you again..See you again in 4 years. pic.twitter.com/c4BOc6Tgkt

— Pastor Mark Burns (@pastormarkburns) August 29, 2016

In the cartoon, Clinton is standing at a podium holding a sign reading, "#@!* the police" and "I ain't no ways tired of pandering to African-Americans."

Meanwhile 60 days out and Trump wants props for actually giving his first (1st) campaign speech to niggers in the mostly nigger motor city, Detroit. Will he will be escorted by SWAT cops and tanks and speak behind bullet proof glass? [MORE] Fuck Trump. [photo from Wonkette

Burns apologized for the tweet Monday night in a video. "Obviously many people were offended by my tweet and it was not at all my intention ... I really am a shepherd to God's people and the last thing I would want to do is offend people." The tweet, he continued, was intended to shed light on how the Democratic Party has "been pandering and using black people just for their votes." 

Like that, in Blackface? The only 'simple minded darkie singing and dancing for white folks' seems to be old Pastor Massa'bator here. Wish Clinton would say "fuck the police." [note that both candidates/white media are using the terms "racist" and "racists" confusingly as bigotry or as name calling - as opposed to racists as "upholders, supporters and perpetrators of the institution of the White Supremacy Dynamic "in a system of oppression (structured and perpetuated injustice—racism"- hat tip to Colin Kaepernick. In this way perpetrators and participants in the system of racism can pretend they have nothing to do with it. It is also ironic here because the Republican party is a racial identity party. It is designed to appeal to white people as white people... not as union-members or as unemployed people or as home-owners... as white people [MORE]). This mf is a lunchbox. Why the fuck would any Black man want to be called a "surrogate" for a racist suspect puppetician like Trump or Clinton anyway? Money, love of being dominated, a buttery biscuit, what could it be alleged brah?

Always endeavoring to undeceive Dr. Blynd PhF offers the following explanation in the Funktionary (copyright Chocolate City Press). 

coin-operated - the apt name for greedy folk who only act if there is money, power or fame in the game (endeavor-typically and consciously undertaken underhandedly at another's expense. 2) anyone with a sell-out-slot that doubles as a mouth or who easily bends south. 3) the subsumable drive for money, prestige and power. The living-larger sell-outs have to use the cracks of their arse as a discredit card swiper—since the stakes are higher and call for more drastic measures and high-volume transfers (the booty of sell-out treasures) can only be accessed in the form of plastic pleasures.  They call them token Negroes because they are coin-operated.   If you put money in them they will dispense (espew—espouse and spew) the view, vision, wishes, ideas, thoughtforms, ideology, hopes and dreams of the customer.   (See: Piece-Activists, Sniggers, Massa'bators, BOHICANs, Greedy, Ho-Reps, Selfishness, NSA Position & Racism White Supremacy)

massa'bating - the practice of a native Black American "coming" to terms with his or her Negrohood—or sell-out status—by mechanically stroking the pulsating ego of the massa' and then jacking into the Matrix for his sole gratification, i.e., the continuance of global racism white supremacy. Just imagine taking off from Airstrip One flying around the world on Air Force One drinking some Victory gin with a buck-dancing massa'bator with a grimace that doubles for a grin. A male massa'bator cannot possibly be self-respecting as long as he is self-erecting the edifice of oppression through the self-protection of historical amnesia—forgetting where he has "come" from. Massa'bators give auto-eroticism a bad reputation by word association at the angle of incidence. Massa'bators always jump to get their Party members off—the hook that is, by taking the heat when political friction gets too hot for their masters as they vacillate back-and-forth. The one thing a massa'bator never comes to—is the conclusion that he or she is one.

Sunday
Aug282016

[An Open Air Prison = the Black Community] Race Soldier Cops Break Down Door & Pepper Spray 84 Yr Old Black Woman in the Face in Muskogee

Blacks are Subjected to Random Terror & Arbitrary Punishment in White over Black System of Unequal Power. From [HERE] Muskogee police released body cam video of an officer using pepper spray on an 84-year-old woman. Officers were chasing the woman’s son when he ran into the house. They asked to him to come out and he refused. 

They then went into the home and used a Taser on the suspect. The women then came out and police commanded her to turn around. FOX23 counted about 40 seconds in the video between that command and when she was pepper sprayed.

White cops were chasing the young Black man because he allegedly ran a stop sign and did not pull over when cops tried to effectuate the stop. [check out the white police chief in video trying to justify this bullshit. A white individual within a system of racism/white supremacy has the implicit or explicit support of that system IF they choose to practice racism. MORE]

Saturday
Aug272016

Colin Kaepernick Takes a Courageous Stand Against the 'Oppression of Blacks' by Sitting Down For National Anthem 

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From [HERE] With much to lose, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick left the sideline of safety and talked about the official oppression of African Americans and other non-white people in this system of white supremacy/racism. On Friday he refused to stand for the playing of the national anthem before a pre-season game. 

"I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color," Kaepernick told NFL Media in an exclusive interview with Steve Wyche [above] after the game. "To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." [MORE]

Speaking out against the already unlawful use of excessive force by government servants is really not a radical thing to do. Only unconscious idiots with screens over their eyes could be pro-police brutality. However, taking a stand against the systematic oppression of Black people is an adventure for a Black NFL quarterback with a shaky future. Kaepernick spoke about a system that refuses to punish white cops who murder Blacks in broad daylight and rewards them for doing so. The same system may now punish him or act to filter him out - if that in fact is what he meant and what Wyche heard him say. Here, he gambled - or risked the known for the unknown. ["only the gamblers know what life is"] Can you do the same? 


Saturday
Aug272016

RedsilverJ on Election Hoax 2016: Like Their Puppet Donald Trump, the KKK was also Organized by Democrats to Compel Blacks to Vote for Democrats  

 

Saturday
Aug272016

Do They Think Sylville Smith Will Come Back to Life? Citing "Investigation" Wisconsin Attorney General Still Blocking Release of Cop Video of Fatal Shooting

Because We Said So Nigger. From [HERE] Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel offered an update on Monday morning, August 22nd on the investigation into the officer-involved fatal shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith. Schimel said the video in this case, that so many in the community want to see, will not be released anytime soon. Also no video or other details about why the cops stopped the car or what made it "suspicious" to cops has been released. 

Smith was fatally shot near 44th and Auer on Saturday afternoon, August 13th. The incident touched off several days of unrest in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood. Authorities have said Smith was fleeing police and that footage from the officer's body camera clearly shows Smith holding a handgun and turning toward an officer when he was shot.

Schimel indicated he is not releasing the body camera video associated with this case at this time. He said there were two officers with body cameras in close proximity of Smith at the time of the shooting.

"The body camera video is just one piece of information among many sources of information. They give only a narrow and incomplete glimpse of the overall picture. I can tell you now, viewing the body camera videos will not answer all of your questions," Schimel said.

Schimel said release of the videos would compromise the integrity of the investigation, which is ongoing.

"It is sometimes necessary to confront witnesses with information they didn't know or they didn't know we knew," Schimel said. "We are still collecting information and we will have follow-up questions for some of the witnesses who were interviewed already." Whah? Smith is gone. An investigation into what crime? Oh a crime by a cop! Its just cops protecting cops from lawsuits. 

Schimel indicated all critical witnesses have been interviewed at least once. A neighborhood canvass has been done. Schimel said the unrest that occurred after the shooting of Smith did slow the investigation.

Schimel said this case remains a top priority for the DCI Milwaukee office. 

Schimel said the family of Smith will be the first to see the body camera video once it's cleared for release. That won't happen until a decision is made as to whether the officer who shot Smith will face any charges. That decision will be made by Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm. A spokesman for Chisholm's office did not comment on Monday's press conference.

"It will be released after the district attorney is done with his final determination," Schimel said.

Schimel indicated there have been requests from officers to see the video -- but Schimel said the investigation is better served by not showing them the video.

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said shortly after this officer-involved shooting that he was shown a still image from the body camera video, and said he saw a gun in Smith's hand.

FOX6 News asked Schimel why the DOJ won't release that still image.

"The way the gun is positioned, the position of Mr. Smith when the officer made his decision to discharge his weapon, all of those things are part of that important determination. Releasing more than what the mayor has stated, I believe, could compromise the integrity of the investigation," Schimel said.

Schimel said reviewing the body camera footage from this incident is challenging because the first parts don't include sound.

"I believe it`s a 30-second delay before the audio starts after the incident recording begins," Schimel said.

Schimel told reporters he expects the Milwaukee Police Department is conducting its own internal investigation relating to disciplinary matters, but he had no information related to that. He said it is necessary to have a strong "firewall" between an internal and criminal investigation.

"In an internal discipline investigation, those interviews are compelled. Either talk to us and answer our questions or be fired," Schimel said. "In a criminal investigation, all interviews must be voluntary if we are ever to use them. Therefore, we can't know what's happening in the internal investigation."

Sylville Smith's sister told FOX6 News her brother knew the officer in this case, adding that they went to high school together.

Milwaukee Public Schools officials said there are no records of the two ever attending the same high school.

Schimel on Monday would not comment as to whether Smith and the officer knew one another, but he did say investigators are looking into that possibility.

"We are piecing together detailed histories for both the officer and Mr. Smith to determine if there is any pre-existing relationship that may have affected the events that day," Schimel said.

As for a timeline for a decision, there were no specifics offered Monday, but Schimel said he believes a charging decision will come faster than it did in the Dontre Hamilton case in 2014. That took about six months.

Schimel on Monday confirmed that some of the state investigators working this case are retired from the Milwaukee Police Department. Schimel said he does not see that as a conflict of interest because there is no direct relationship to the officers involved.

Saturday
Aug272016

Uncivilized Government [yours] Refuses to Release or Give Trial to Arabic Man Tortured Over & Over & Detained at Gitmo for 14 Years  

From [HERE] Over 14 years in American custody, Abu Zubaydah has come to symbolize, perhaps more than any other prisoner, how fear of terrorism after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks changed the United States.

He was the first detainee to be waterboarded, and his brutal torture was documented in a Senate report. He is among those held without charges and with no likelihood of a trial. The government long ago admitted that he was never the top leader of Al Qaeda it claimed he was at the time of his capture in 2002, but it insists that he may still be dangerous.

In all that time, Mr. Zubaydah, now 45, had never been seen by the outside world. That changed on Tuesday, as his calm face was beamed via video feed from the Guantánamo Bay military prison to a Pentagon conference room.

In a long-postponed hearing, he argued, through a statement read by a uniformed soldier, that he posed no threat and should be released. A profile prepared by the Defense Department, also read aloud, concluded with unsettling ambiguity that he “probably retains an extremist mind-set.”

The occasion was Mr. Zubaydah’s first appearance before a Periodic Review Board, convened under the military detention system to determine whether a prisoner would pose a danger if released.

Under the convoluted rules that govern inmates at Guantánamo, Mr. Zubaydah did not speak during the open part of the hearing. But in the statement summarizing his views, Mr. Zubaydah declared that he “has no desire or intent to harm the United States or any other country.”

Musing about what appeared to be a still-distant prospect, he said he wanted to be reunited with his family and “has some seed money that could be used to start a business.”

A dozen reporters and human rights advocates watched the live video of the 17-minute unclassified part of the proceeding. No member of the public other than his lawyers had seen Mr. Zubaydah since his March 2002 capture in Pakistan, after a shootout in which he was badly injured.

Mr. Zubaydah may have spoken during the classified part of the hearing that followed the open session and was expected to last for several hours. A notice posted afterward said he had decided he did not want the redacted transcript made public.

The review panel, comparable to a civilian parole board, is composed of representatives of six security agencies who participated in the hearing from an undisclosed location in the Washington area. It will announce, a month or longer from now, whether it recommends the continued detention of Mr. Zubaydah or his transfer to another country.

Of 779 people held at Guantánamo since 2001, 61 remain. The government says about half are, like Mr. Zubaydah so far, impossible to put on trial but too dangerous to release.

Dressed in a white tunic and wearing a neatly trimmed beard, Mr. Zubaydah, whose mental stability has been questioned by some American officials, listened attentively, resting his chin on his right hand. He did not react visibly as officials read various statements about him. The eye patch that in earlier photographs covered his left eye, injured at some point after his capture, hung from a strap around his neck. He wore one pair of glasses and switched to another pair to read a document.

Mr. Zubaydah, born in Saudi Arabia to a family of Palestinian background, became a sort of travel agent, camp administrator and facilitator for militant fighters in Afghanistan in the early 1990s, after the ragtag force of Islamic soldiers known as the mujahedeen forced the Soviet Army out of the country.

But when he was shot and taken into American custody six months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, he was the first significant suspect captured in an increasingly desperate global C.I.A. manhunt. At the time, American intelligence officials wrongly concluded that he was a top-ranking leader of Al Qaeda who might have knowledge of forthcoming plots.

Flown to a secret jail set up in a hurry by the C.I.A. in Thailand, Mr. Zubaydah was first questioned by F.B.I. agents using traditional rapport-building methods. One of the agents, Ali Soufan, who spoke Arabic and was steeped in the history of Al Qaeda, later wrote that Mr. Zubaydah willingly provided valuable information, identifying Khalid Shaikh Mohammed as the main planner of the Sept. 11 attacks and naming Jose Padilla, an American recruited by Al Qaeda.

But because they believed Mr. Zubaydah was the No. 3 leader of Al Qaeda, C.I.A. leaders insisted that he must be holding back information. Over the protests of the F.B.I. agents, and advised by two military psychologists who had no experience conducting interrogations, C.I.A. officials decided that only extreme physical force would break him.

As soon as approval was received from the Justice Department, Mr. Zubaydah was subjected to waterboarding — 83 times water was poured over a cloth covering his mouth and nose to give him the feeling of drowning, records later showed. Distressed by his suffering, interrogators told C.I.A. supervisors that they thought he had no more information to offer — only to be ordered to continue the rough treatment.

The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the C.I.A. interrogation program later quoted an observer at the scene who described him at one point as “completely unresponsive, with bubbles rising through his open, full mouth.”

At various times, he was subjected to the other so-called enhanced interrogation techniques: confined in a cramped box, kept awake for many days, exposed to cold, shackled in uncomfortable positions and slammed into a wall.

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Saturday
Aug272016

Prior to Shooting Unarmed Latino Man to Death White Cop Had No Idea Whether he was in a Gang or on Drugs: Verdict in favor of Anaheim Overseer [officer] Thrown Out 

Video of the immediate moments after police killed Manuel Diaz. In the video Diaz was still alive--and police stood there for over three minutes and did nothing. Instead, they seem more concerned with pushing witnesses away from the scene. [MORE]

From [HERE] The Ninth Circuit ordered a new trial Wednesday after a jury that heard inflammatory evidence sided with the Anaheim, California, officer who shot Manuel Diaz to death in 2012.

Diaz, 25, was killed after a short foot chase by police on July 21, 2012, sparking days of violence and street protests in Anaheim.

Nicholas Bennallack, the officer who fired the fatal shots, testified that he suspected Diaz was in a gang based on the way he dressed. Based on his experience in the area, he believed criminal activity was afoot.

Though Bennallack said he feared Diaz had a gun and was preparing to shoot him, authorities did not recover another firearm at the scene. One of the bullets Bennallack fired Diaz passed from his right buttock to his left thigh. The other entered just above and behind Diaz's right ear, exiting out the other side of his head.

Genevieve Huizar, Diaz's mother, tried to hold Anaheim and Bennallack liable for excessive force and other claims, but a federal jury ruled for the defendants after a six-day civil trial in March 2014.

The Ninth Circuit reversed that decision on Wednesday, saying an error in the trial's layout caused the jury to hear inflammatory evidence that may have improperly shaped their verdict.

By failing to split the liability phase from the compensatory-damages phase, U.S. District Judge James Selna allowed the jury to consider material that was not relevant to whether Bennallack used excessive force, the appellate panel found.

Selna had deemed evidence regarding Diaz's gang affiliation and drug use relevant as to damages because the evidence could undermine the strength of his mother's love for him and their relationship.

In making that ruling, however, Selna conceded that the evidence was irrelevant as to liability because Bennallack was not aware of either Diaz's gang affiliation or his drug use at the time of the shooting.

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Saturday
Aug272016

'Now, What Should I Charge Him With?' [Resisting] Compulsive Liar White Cop Fabricates Report After Terrorizing & Instigating Black Man During Domestic Disturbance Call in Rockwood 

"I just moved the door like this [gently], he's back there, he's throwing his hands up at me, he wouldn't obey my commands, he's trying to charge at me, wouldn't obey my commands" and more solid gold nonsense at 7:33.

From [HERE] and [HERE] A white Rockwood police officer at the center of a $1.2 million federal lawsuit for pepper-spraying a 20-year-old Black college student submitted his resignation a day after the lawsuit was filed, according to records.

Xavier Howard wasn't happy about it but when a white Rockwood police officer told him to put his hands in the air and walk toward him, he did.

The white officer doused him with pepper spray anyway, footage from the officer's body camera revealed.

That same footage captured audio of officer Chris Kennedy pondering exactly what charge to place against the 20-year-old black college student to justify the use of force, and it contradicted Kennedy's written account of the incident in which he said he sprayed Howard because the young man refused his command to "back away."

Now, Howard, who lost his basketball scholarship at Roane State Community College as a result of the July 2015 arrest, is suing the Rockwood Police Department, Kennedy and Kennedy's supervisor, Sgt. Randy Keahy. Among the more than $1.2 million in damages he seeks is the value of both his lost scholarship and the job opportunities a college education would have afforded him — pegged in the U.S. District Court lawsuit at $731,000.

In Howard's case, the body camera footage is at the heart of his bid to show he was subjected to unnecessary force, wrongfully arrested and his life left in tatters as a result. When he lost his scholarship, he was forced to drop out. He racked up more than $5,000 in bond and legal fees.

Howard lived with his girlfriend, Brandy Harris, in the Meadows Place Apartments in Rockwood. Howard attended Roane State on a basketball scholarship. Harris worked at a nursing home. In July 2015, the couple argued. A neighbor phoned police about the noise. Kennedy knocked and, when Harris partially opened the door, pushed on it.

The video showed Kennedy immediately focused on Howard. Harris can be heard explaining the pair had a "stupid argument" but no blows were exchanged. Howard also protested the officer's presence in the apartment and turned toward the kitchen, saying he was going to call his mother, according to documents.

The video footage showed Kennedy, who saw a small knife on top of a television near the kitchen, ordered Howard to put his hands into the air and walk toward him. Howard, still arguing, did, but — just three minutes after the encounter began — Kennedy sprayed him with pepper spray, handcuffed him and placed him in his cruiser without rendering any aid, which is required by the Rockwood policy manual.

Kennedy told Howard he was being arrested for "resisting," the lawsuit stated. The officer later asked Sgt. Keahy, who arrived after the spray was used, "what can I get him for," the video showed. Keahy suggested domestic assault. But a judicial magistrate refused to approve the charge because there was no evidence of an assault, the lawsuit stated. Kennedy then drafted a warrant for underage consumption, alleging Howard was "the primary aggressor" in a "physical domestic" and claimed Howard refused his commands to "back off" so he was forced to use pepper spray, according to documents filed in the case.

A review of the officer's personnel file shows Kennedy, a part-time hire who had been with the department less than two years, submitted a letter of resignation July 6. According to the letter, Kennedy accepted a full-time position with the Oliver Springs Police Department, beginning July 18. [MORE

Saturday
Aug272016

Legos Michael Jackson Aint Bullshittin 

 

Friday
Aug262016

If You are Moved by Trump’s Negro Outreach to Whites You are a Slave [He is Standing for Whatever White Moderates Will Fall For]

Dear Mister Donald: Thanks for mentioning some of our problems in your speeches to your white republican fans. It meant so much to me to actually get a powerful white person's attention. Which is my goal. Our lives matter. That's all we wanted; your sympathy and respect. I'm glad we changed you. Now I can pretend that I have input, society is within my control and there are actually 2 people to choose from who are vying for my vote in this open competition. Oh yeah, loved how blacks were depicted on the Apprentice. Thanks again sir.   

'To react means you are acting unconsciously. White people are manipulating you. White people say something, do something, and you react. The real master of the situation is white people. White folks insult you or act shitty and you react, you become angry. A white person smiles at you, listens to you or praises you and you smile and you become happy. Both are the same. You are a slave and white people know how to push your buttons. You are behaving like a machine. You are a robot, not a human being yet. A plaything in the hands of white people.' [MORE] and [MORE]

Watch your mind, witness your own thoughts, how is it reacting to what white people are doing to you and around you?

Donald Trump, a gold medalist in racism, has a history (2 decades) of not doing shit for Black people. After months of racist statements and gestures he has started a ‘negro outreach’ primarily aimed at white folks. His speeches about Blacks to lilly white audiences are intended to make him appear less racist to undecided white moderates. Dr. Blynd has defined a political campaign as "an emotional orgy by the media’s owners to distract the moron majority from the real issues.” Here, Trump has simply decontextualized issues facing Black people - discussing the symptoms outside the context of the disease; racism/white supremacy – a white over black system of vast unequal power. With a long record of demeaning Black people, Trump's ideas about helping Blacks are a paper boat. A servant of his own appetite, this desperate politician will stand for anything you will fall for. 

Unfortunately, some Black folks are reactionarily indulging this simpleton and are emotionally caught up in this election hoax. Trump and elite white media have pushed their buttons. Mind is a motherfucker.

Black people “are in a continuous state of checkmate” - a “losing streak that is centuries long.” [MORE] Meanwhile, racists go on hyptnotizing Blacks like sheep - programming our minds continuously with new stories, beliefs, personalities and desires in support of white domination/control. We are ‘other directed.’ Like a salmon asking a bear for directions or an idiot looking for fire with a candle in his hand, this [racist] mind given to us by white society is programmed to unconsciously do things against its own interest and searching for change externally.

Similarly, Black people's ‘other directed’ struggle has led to "protest" actually in cooperation with and submission to white supremacy/racism. To what extent are we just appealing to their morality in order to influence or change white people’s behavior? This beggar politics is actually flattering to the racist's ego.

“Racism is a power group dynamic." Amos Wilson has explained, 'Power ultimately has to do with a relationship between people, and the white man’s so-called power, is to a great extent based upon the nature of the relationship he has with the Black man. We empower white people by the nature of our own behavior and attitudes as a people. White people cannot be what they are unless we are, what we are. To a good extent, the European is our creation. If we look at our behavior, we will see that to a good extent, it is our behavior, our values, our consciousness, the kind of personalities we’ve established in ourselves, our taste, our desires and needs; that maintains the European in its position. Changing our relationship with wihite people will change the nature of power in this sysyem. It depends on how we decide to relate to white people. They cannot have what they have - unless we are who we are. And that is why we do not have to spend a great deal of time always appealing to them and analyzing them. We can better appeal to our own sense of self and our own consciousness. We waste a lot of time trying to transform them when through transforming ourselves they will be transformed automatically. The power is in our hands. We are not destined to be the servants of white folks. No way.' [MORE]

What kind of consciousness is needed to respond [not react] to this white supremacy/racism grind? How can we unlearn or drop this mind with its programming and beliefs?

Meditation.

Osho explains “each individual has to become a meditator, a silent watcher, so that he can discover himself. And this discovery is going to change everything around him. And if we can change many people through meditation, we can create a new world. Many people have been hoping for centuries for a new world, but they had no idea how to create it. I am giving you the exact science how to create it.” [MORE]   

Meditation is defined in The Funktionary by Dr. Blynd PhF. as follows:

meditation - the mind-freeing (emptying) itself from the known, i.e., creating "no-mindedness." 2) the total dissolution of everything that the mind, thought, and time has accumulated. 3) conformation and confirmation of unification (oneness) of creation. 4) the music without sound-images. 5) deliberate daily exercise in discriminating between true and the false and the renunciation of the false. 6) a prescription for devotion. 7) freedom from the constraints of time (tick-tock) by creating the divine vastness (solitude) of inner space. 8) the summation of all energy. 9) a movement in stillness and a stillness among movement. 10) anti-dream efforts/techniques. 11) dream-negating activities/devices. 12) the path of how to drop the senses. (Meditation is like the breeze that comes in when you inadvertently leave your window open, and just like love—it cannot be pursued—one must simply be meditative.) 13) the path of how to drop the senses. 14) participation in the celebration of existence. 15) soul medication. 16) contemplation squared. 17) effortless awareness; developing the ability to flow in all directions simultaneously. 18) opening up all doors of one's being. 19) a state where you allow yourself to feel the pull of existence and trust the tug is real. 20) to be with yourself in your absolute aloneness in order that you may have a taste of your true Beingness. 21) an inward contemplation of divine realities. 22) action detached from the future and the past. 23) the bliss of being alone; the art of being alone. Meditation is not a trick of thought. It is the seeing of the futility of thought and the ways of the intellect. Meditation presupposes the deliberate action of the ego as the meditator, practicing meditation. Meditation is futile if one does by doing—meditativeness is anontological—the quality of non-Being, not the state of being, nor the action of doing—which is useless. Meditation is not something we do (if we do it), it is something that happens when we drop our judgments, ideations, notions, intentions (good or bad), and our attempts to manipulate and/or control. It is a condition of openness from which we are able to pierce into the onion core of reality where infinity is revealed—not the seed of "truth." Meditation happens when we observe without choice and without any wish to change (or think we have volitional power or control to change) what we observe. The question is not how to meditate, but what meditation is. Meditation is meeting each moment of life utterly afresh—totally anew. If we overstand this simple subtle insight, then the "how" becomes meaningless. Reality exists eternally in the moment, and meditation is the awareness of that moment. To master yourself is meditation—to master the joy in the way you have your way with yourself is masturbation. Meditation is the joy of being alone. Masturbation is being left alone in joy or the joys of being left alone. Most fundamentally, true meditation is to effortlessly turn the mind toward that energy which energizes the mind.) (See: Meditative, Unworldliness, Meditativeness, Consciousness, Self-Consciousness, Mind-Inversion, Divided Attention, Dreaming, Turiya, Magick, Solitude, Vidya, Avidya, Realization, Growth, Spiritual Unfoldment, Effort, Intellect, Mediator, Contemplation, Illumination, Practice, False Perceiving, True Perceiving, The Senses, "One Taste" & Mind Grenade)

  

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Friday
Aug262016

Blacks in Baltimore Under a "Persistent Surveillance System": Unaccountable Cops & Perverse White Contractor Have Been Using Aerial Cameras - Like Google Earth with TiVo capability

"There is nothing worse than believing you are being observed by a third party unnecessarily" [watch the black probot in video] From [HERE] The sky over the Circuit Court for Baltimore City on June 23 was the color of a dull nickel, and a broad deck of lowering clouds threatened rain. A couple dozen people with signs—“Justice 4 Freddie Gray” and “The whole damn system is guilty as hell”—lingered by the corner of the courthouse, watching the network TV crews rehearse their standups. Sheriff’s officers in bulletproof vests clustered around the building’s doors, gripping clubs with both hands.

Inside, a judge was delivering the verdict in the case of Caesar Goodson, the only Baltimore police officer facing a murder charge for the death of Freddie Gray. In April 2015, Gray’s neck was broken in the back of a police van, and prosecutors had argued that Goodson purposefully drove the vehicle recklessly, careening through the city, to toss Gray around.

The verdict trickled out of the courthouse in text messages: not guilty, all counts. Ralph Pritchett Sr., who’s spent each of his 52 years in Baltimore, stood on the sidewalk among the protesters. He chewed on a toothpick and shook his head slowly. In a city with more than 700 street-level police cameras, he wondered, shouldn’t the authorities have had video of Gray’s ride?

“This whole city is under a siege of cameras,” said Pritchett, a house painter who helps run a youth center in a low-income, high-crime neighborhood called Johnston Square. “In fact, they observed Freddie Gray himself the morning of his arrest on those cameras, before they picked him up. They could have watched that van, too, but no—they missed that one. I thought the cameras were supposed to protect us. But I’m thinking they’re there to just contradict anything that might be used against the City of Baltimore. Do they use them for justice? Evidently not.”

Pritchett had no idea that as he spoke, a small Cessna airplane equipped with a sophisticated array of cameras was circling Baltimore at roughly the same altitude as the massing clouds. The plane’s wide-angle cameras captured an area of roughly 30 square miles and continuously transmitted real-time images to analysts on the ground. The footage from the plane was instantly archived and stored on massive hard drives, allowing analysts to review it weeks later if necessary.

Since the beginning of the year, the Baltimore Police Department had been using the plane to investigate all sorts of crimes, from property thefts to shootings. The Cessna sometimes flew above the city for as many as 10 hours a day, and the public had no idea it was there.

A company called Persistent Surveillance Systems based in Dayton, Ohio, provided the service to the police, and the funding came from a private donor. No public disclosure of the program had ever been made.

Outside the courthouse, several of the protesters began marching around the building, chanting for justice

A half block from the city's central police station, in a spare office suite above a parking garage, Ross McNutt, the founder of Persistent Surveillance Systems, monitored the city's reaction to the Goodson verdict by staring at a bank of computer monitors. "It's pretty quiet out there," he said. The riots that convulsed the city after Gray was killed wouldn't be repeated. "A few protesters on the corner, and not much else. The police want us to keep flying, but the clouds are getting in the way." [see the McNutt video here]

McNutt said something about not being able to control the weather, pretending to shrug it off, but he was frustrated. He wanted to please the cops. Since this discreet arrangement began in January, it had felt like a make-or-break opportunity for McNutt. His company had been trying for years to snag a long-term contract with an American metropolitan police department. Baltimore seemed like his best shot to date, one that could lead to more work. He's told police departments that his system might help them reduce crime by as much as 20 percent in their cities, and he was hoping this Baltimore job would allow him to back up the claim. "I don't have good statistical data yet, but that's part of the reason we're here," he said. McNutt believes the technology would be most effective if used in a transparent, publicly acknowledged manner; part of the system's effectiveness, he said, rests in its potential to deter criminal activity.

McNutt is an Air Force Academy graduate, physicist, and MIT-trained astronautical engineer who in 2004 founded the Air Force's Center for Rapid Product Development. The Pentagon asked him if he could develop something to figure out who was planting the roadside bombs that were killing and maiming American soldiers in Iraq. In 2006 he gave the military Angel Fire, a wide-area, live-feed surveillance system that could cast an unblinking eye on an entire city.

The system was built around an assembly of four to six commercially available industrial imaging cameras, synchronized and positioned at different angles, then attached to the bottom of a plane. As the plane flew, computers stabilized the images from the cameras, stitched them together and transmitted them to the ground at a rate of one per second. This produced a searchable, constantly updating photographic map that was stored on hard drives. His elevator pitch was irresistible: "Imagine Google Earth with TiVo capability."

The images weren't perfect. Analysts on the ground could see individual cars moving through the streets, but they couldn't tell what make or model they might be. Pedestrians were just pixelated dots; you couldn't distinguish a man from a woman, or an Iraqi civilian from an American soldier. Individual recognition, however, wasn't the point; any dot could be followed backward or forward in time, which opened up all sorts of investigative possibilities.

If a roadside bomb exploded while the camera was in the air, analysts could zoom in to the exact location of the explosion and rewind to the moment of detonation. Keeping their eyes on that spot, they could further rewind the footage to see a vehicle, for example, that had stopped at that location to plant the bomb. Then they could backtrack to see where the vehicle had come from, marking all of the addresses it had visited. They also could fast-forward to see where the driver went after planting the bomb—perhaps a residence, or a rebel hideout, or a stash house of explosives. More than merely identifying an enemy, the technology could identify an enemy network.

McNutt demonstrated the prototype to a group of Marines at a California base in 2006. "They called up their general," McNutt recalls, "and when he saw it, he said, 'I need this, and I need it right now—in Fallujah.'"

Eventually another military unit took control of the project and completed the development of Angel Fire at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. In 2007 the technology was deployed to Iraq. Angel Fire was eventually upgraded with all-weather and nighttime capabilities and then used as the basis for another system, called Blue Devil, which coupled wide-area cameras with narrow-focus zoom lenses in the same package.

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Tuesday
Aug232016

FEC Seeks to Blackball Deez Nuts/Onya Chin & Other "Unlawfully False" Candidates Not Apart of the Approved Illusion [Balls-less Trump Statutes also Removed From Reality]

From [HERE] It would appear that the Federal Election Commission [the dream police] wants to discourage the political future of the likes of any more "Deez Nuts," "Butt Stuff," "Master Alexander Soy Sauce and Taters Gordh First" or feline candidate "Limberbutt McCubbins."

"The Commission has authorized staff to send verification letters to filers listing fictional characters, obscene language, sexual references, celebrities (where there is no indication that the named celebrity submitted the filing), animals, or similarly implausible entries as the name or contact information of the candidate or committee," the agency announced Thursday.

The FEC said that the change in policy came after an increase in filing of registrations and statements of candidacy from applicants who "appear to be unlawfully false or fictitious."

Staff will now send letters to questionable applications to verify their identities and notify the applicants of potential fines and related procedures, while the FEC said it has instructed a "working group" to come up with recommendations for the 2017-2018 election cycle.

"Deez Nutz" – aka a 15-year-old white boy named Brody Olson and his running mate Onya Chin have the support from a staggering 5 percent of the country according to a survey released by Public Policy Polling. Consequently, he has two times the support of Green Party nominee Jill Stein, who polled at 2%. [MORE]

Over the weekend naked Trump statues popped up overnight in 5 US cities. The statutes of Trump, a major player in the official illusion [election hoax 2016] depict him with no balls. No one is running against Clinton in this election hoax

Dr. Blynd PhF explains the following in the Funktionary;

Elections - the advanced auction of stolen goods. 2) rituals where periodically citizen-subjects are called upon to "participate" in the staged-hoax ratification of one group of state managers or another, which provides the comforting illusion of "democracy" where none exists. 3) Dumbocracy in action; stage prop to enable the puppeteer and his puppeticians to pull the strings of you and me. 4) show and shell games. 5) the orchestration and preservation of the illusion of choice and open competition. 

voting - a pacification (sucker) process which allows the votary to make choices provided to her/him, not decisions. 2) a “privilege” of U.S. citizens to do it behind a curtain-as long as they do it alone. 3) political masturbation exercises for those who can’t cop real power. 4) a habitually accepted imposition that gives the votary-vassal-suckers an illusion of inclusion or participation, 5) an act of self-abuse (See: Voting Booth, Elections, Politicians, Politics, Voting Hoax & Ho Reps)

voting hoax - “Help Slave America.” (See: Freedom Technology, Ph.F. Degree, NWO & University of Chocolate City)

Tuesday
Aug232016

FBI Ignored Video & Eyewitnesses to Police Shooting: White St. Louis Cop Charged with Murder of Black Man & Planting Gun on Scene 

From [HERE] A Black man at the scene of a fatal shooting by a white police officer of a Black man in 2011 said he told inquiring FBI agents a few months later that his friend had recorded its immediate aftermath on a cellphone, and they could get a copy from him.

But the man with the cellphone told the Post-Dispatch last week that investigators never asked him for the video and he never volunteered it.

“I didn’t want to be in the spotlight,” he said.

The video, obtained by the Post-Dispatch and posted on STLtoday.com in June, shows about eight minutes immediately following the killing of Anthony Lamar Smith, 24, in December 2011.

Smith was shot by then-Officer Jason Stockley after a suspected drug deal turned into a police pursuit and crash. Stockley was charged in May — more than four years later — with murder.

The men with the video agreed to interviews if their names were not publicly revealed. They said they fear retribution from police.

The one with the cellphone said that shortly after the shooting, he gave a copy of the video to one of Smith’s relatives, whom he would not identify.

The video never surfaced until June, when the Post-Dispatch obtained it from activists, who would not reveal where they got it. Local and federal prosecutors said they had never seen it before.

Statements by the two men cast new doubt on how thorough the law enforcement inquiry was at the time, given that investigators knew of the video’s existence but did not find it.

U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan insisted in an interview Friday that the FBI agents pursued their search for the cellphone video as far as they could.

“I can assure you, there was nobody we failed to quiz about a possible video. We were trying to track down any video that existed.”

Callahan indicated the federal agents believed that the shooting witness was the man who shot the video and that their search ended when that witness said the phone was lost.

But in an interview last week, the shooting witness insisted that he had told the FBI 4½ years ago that his friend had made the video, and they could still track it down from him.

The friend, also interviewed last week, said federal agents never came looking for the cellphone video.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce charged Stockley in May with first-degree murder, citing the discovery of “new evidence,” which she has not revealed.

The man who said he recorded the aftermath said he recently testified before the St. Louis grand jury that indicted Jason Stockley on Aug. 11 on the murder charge.

But the man who said he witnessed the shooting said he was never asked to testify.

Callahan said that man had so many inconsistencies in his FBI interview four years ago that agents doubted he actually saw it.

Stockley, 35, has said he fired in self-defense after Smith pointed a gun at him. Police said a revolver was recovered in Smith’s car. Officials found Stockley’s DNA — but not Smith’s — on that gun.

The cellphone video — on which both men’s voices can be heard — shows key movements of police at the scene, including Stockley as he walks from Smith’s car and returns to the police SUV, where he leans into the back door. Then he goes back to Smith’s car and, immediately after the body is pulled out, climbs into the driver’s seat and stays there about 30 seconds. The view does not show the inside of the car.

Some believe that provided an opportunity for Stockley to retrieve and plant the weapon.

Stockley has said he started to get a “clot pack” from the police vehicle to treat Smith’s wounds but then realized it was futile. His attorneys have said the officer handled the gun while recovering and unloading it.

Taking a break

The shooting witness said he was doing work inside a second-floor business on West Florissant Avenue near Goodfellow Boulevard on Dec. 20, 2011, when he took a break and looked out a window.

He saw a car speeding down West Florissant with a police SUV close behind. He said the SUV hit the car with an impact that jolted the driver, Smith, to the point that he slumped over the steering wheel as if he were unconscious, or at least impaired.

“He just lost control of the vehicle at that point,” the witness recalled. The car rolled to the opposite side of the street for about 50 yards until it hit a curb near a utility pole. Then, the man said, the police SUV rammed the back of the car.

He said he saw the officer who was driving get out in a daze and approach the car with his handgun drawn. Police SUV dashboard video, viewed by the Post-Dispatch years ago but not publicly released, contradicts this memory, showing Stockley exit the passenger side of the SUV and approach Smith.

The police dashboard video was running during the shooting, but the view is badly obscured by Smith’s car and the airbags that deployed when the vehicles collided. That video has since been placed under a court protective order.

The witness said the officer tried to open Smith’s door at least twice, but couldn’t, and then backed up slightly and started firing into the vehicle.

“He didn’t even give that man a chance,” he said. “There were no words, he just shot into the car.”

The other man said the sound of the crash drew him to the same window. He would not say exactly what he saw, but the shooting was over before he started recording.

He said he testified about it to a grand jury.

“I understand that tensions were running high but that officer reacted the wrong way,” he said. “What he did was wrong. We couldn’t believe what we seen with our own eyes.”

The maker of the video became emotional when explaining that his mistrust of the police was the reason he did not share the video with them. Both men, who are black, said they believe police treat minorities unfairly. The investigation into the death of Smith, who was black, by Stockley, who is white, is just another example, he said.

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Sunday
Aug212016

Reverse Whitenology: Trying to Look a Little Less Racist to Appeal to White Moderates, Trump asks for the Black Vote in Front of a Lilly White Audience - Fuck Trump 

Nothing From Nothing Leaves Nothing. Like this racist idiot gives a fuck about Black people. Fuck Trump. Dumb mf gave speech in Dimondale, Michigan, not Flint. Dimondale is classified as a "village" in Eaton County with a population of 1,234. It is overwhelmingly white - 93%. And the crowd at his pep rally was 100% white. Of course the Democratic Party is also a white party. And 2 plus 2 equals four but what does that have to do with voting for him? What kind of service can you provide to people you have contempt for? This is really more like Dolemite's run for President, "You aint getting nothing no way, so you might as well get nothing from me!" Like the "Latinos for Trump" or ‘roaches for raid’ nonsense this cunning clown is looking for suckers and people who want to be dominated.

Here, he attempts to calm (lull back to sleep) the non-white votary that he previously ignited with months of racist statements and gesturing. Folks who probably would otherwise be asleep during an HRC run against a rational, adult, republican candidate and under such a circumstance who would have stayed away from the polls on election day (low turnout always only helps the GOP). Most importantly, he also is trying to appear less racist to white moderates who are uncomfortable associating with and voting for an extroverted racist - even Klansman wear masks, – the operating system (os) of white supremacy should run quietly in the background.

The system White supremacy/racism is primarily carried out through deception. It rests upon the master-servant relationship between whites and Blacks. This relationship depends upon your belief in the many lies that are told by racists. Mixing truth with lies, racists are masterful liars and are always looking for believers who want to be deceived.

All belief is dangerous. Bhagwan explained, 'the mind which believes is always vulnerable and always provides an opportunity to be exploited by cheaters. Because of your beliefs you can be deceived.' And only persons who want to be deceived could take this man and this hoax election seriously. The problem is really not with Trump or any other racists for that matter - the problem is really with the believer's mind! “It is not necessary that somebody should deceive you. You can deceive yourself. You are a self deceiver."

Black people create their own deceivers with the beliefs they carry in their minds. Most Black people would like to believe there is no system of white supremacy and believe this election is an open competition between distinct political parties in an actual democracy that they can participate in by the act of voting. All deception. Listen to Stephen A. Smith in video - he is captivated by Trump's speech – really just captivated by his own imagination and beliefs. Desperately wanting to believe in it all and desiring to feel necessary for Trump's domination and that his input is somehow taken into account. 

"You cannot do anything about the deceivers, so don't be worried, let them be themselves. But you can do something about yourself, that is the point." This programmed mind given to you by this racist society must be dropped. No revolution is necessary - just your mental rebellion. We have made them Kings with our beliefs [MORE]. The deceivers will have to sell something else if no one is buying their product. The only way to cleanse your consciousness of beliefs, concepts, theories, ideas, theologies, philosophies, doctrines, scriptures is through meditation or alertness. [MORE] Meditation is unlearning. And the inner awareness produced has nothing to do with the acquisition of knowledge or information.

Sunday
Aug212016

Weaponizing Space: In case you missed it, U.S. launched a military operation in outer space

From [HERE] You probably slept through it, but early this morning, the United States expanded the War on Terror to outer space.

The Air Force on Friday launched two spy satellites the military calls a “neighborhood watch” program in orbit.

Officially, the Air Force says its two Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program satellites will deter our enemies from conducting "hostile operations in space as an extension of the terrestrial battlefield,” Air Force spokeswoman Sarah Burnett told USA Today.

The military says its latest spy satellites will merely observe our existing satellites to make sure they don’t get hit by space junk or enemy missiles like the kind the Chinese and Russians are already developing.

Or as the pro-military Air Force Times put it, “So should a U.S. satellite mysteriously go offline, Air Force leaders could ... tell if it was a malfunction or an enemy attack that disabled the satellite.”

Forgive me if I feel less, not more, safe. For all the recently declassified talk of protecting our valuable space efforts, there’s one thing the Air Force won’t declassify: What devices are on these “neighborhood watch” satellites or even, as USA Today put it, “what they are up to.”

“The U.S. is not seeking to weaponize space,” Burnett said, unconvincingly. “Our goal is to work with all responsible space-faring nations to ensure a safe, secure, sustainable, and stable space environment."

The Air Force is spending about $10 billion on space operations — much of it in classified budgets. 

The goal is to speak loudly so that everyone knows America is carrying the big stick.

“We need to monitor what happens 22,000 miles above the Earth, and we want to make sure that everyone knows we can do so,” U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy Douglas Loverro told Congress in 2014, when some details of the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program were declassified.

Space is the latest example of the ultimate American character flaw: we’re just not comfortable with foreign countries unless we can oversee what they’re doing and benefit from it somehow.

So maybe we’re not weaponizing space, but we certainly hope to Americanize it. One pending Congressional bill — called the “American Space Renaissance Act” — claims that action is needed “to permanently secure the United States of America as the preeminent spacefaring nation.”

The goal, of course, is to make sure we’re the top dog everywhere — even in zero gravity.

“Space has become a ubiquitous element of everything ... and leadership of the free world relies on,” retired Lt. Gen. David Deptula told the Air Force Times. “It’s very important to be on the leading edge of capitalizing on new technologies to keep us ahead of potential adversary moves.”

That includes Friday’s launch, as well as the Air Force's unmanned X-37B space plane, which has been in orbit for more than a year, yet whose mission has not been declassified. The military denies that its payloads include weaponry, but if the X-37B is on a peaceful mission, why is the Air Force running the program, not NASA? [MORE]