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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." 

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'

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

Malcolm X: "We Have a Common Enemy"

Deeper than Atlantis
Sunday
Oct052014

Black Man to Get $40,000 (thousand) after serving 16 Years in Prison for Wrongful Rape Conviction 

From [HERE] Nathan Brown, 40, was released from a New Orleans prison in June after serving more than 16 years for a 1997 attempted rape of which he was innocent. On Tuesday, Judge Ray Steib of the 24th Judicial District Court apologized to Brown for the years that he lost while being locked away for a crime that he did not commit, and told Brown that he is entitled to $330,000 in wrongful conviction compensation from the state of Louisiana.
 
The Times-Picayune reports that Brown will receive the maximum amount that the state will pay to exonerees. According to Louisiana’s compensation law, exonerees are allowed up to $25,000 for up to 10 years in prison, regardless of how long the wrongfully convicted person was incarcerated, with a cap set at $250,000. Brown is entitled to request an additional $80,000 to compensate him for the opportunities he lost while imprisoned.
 
Brown was wrongly convicted in 1997 of attempting to rape a woman, then 40, who lived in his apartment complex. Though Brown had an alibi for the time of the crime, he was tried, convicted and sentenced in one day. His conviction was based entirely on the identification by the victim who claimed that she was positive that Brown was her assailant.
 
In December of last year the Innocence Project requested DNA testing of crime scene evidence. Results confirmed what Brown had insisted all along, that he was innocent. The DNA profile matched to a man who lived near the apartment building in 1997 and is now serving time in Mississippi for an unrelated crime.

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Sunday
Oct052014

California Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Warrants for Police Drones 

From [HERE] Despite widely clearing both the state’s Senate and Assembly, California Governor Jerry Brown shot down a bill on Sunday that would have imposed restrictions on when law enforcement agencies can use drones for surveillance.

Brown, a Democrat, said in a statement over the weekend that he was vetoing the drone accountability act that, had it been signed into law, would require police agencies to obtain a warrant before using an unmanned vehicle, or drone, for aerial surveillance.

“There are undoubtedly circumstances where a warrant is appropriate. The bill’s exceptions, however, appear to be too narrowand could impose requirements beyond what is required by either the Fourth Amendment or the privacy provisions in the California Constitution,” Brown said on Sunday.

One of the bill’s authors, Republican Assemblyman Jeff Gorell, said in a tweet on Sunday that “The era of govt. surveillance continues” after the governor’s veto was announced.

Sunday
Oct052014

[file under the refinement of white supremacy] Are 95% of defendants guilty? Prosecutors Using their Powers to Compel Guilty Pleas with Snitches 

From [HERE] A new article in the Economist examines how recent legal changes have placed, perhaps, an overabundance of power in the hands of American prosecutors. According to the article, the changes include “an explosion” of cases ending in guilty pleas and a high number of cases in which defendants become informants, speaking out against one another in exchange for deals that will lessen their charges or sentences.
 
The Economist reports: … American prosecutors are more powerful than ever before. Several legal changes have empowered them. The first is the explosion of plea bargaining, where a suspect agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge if the more serious charges against him are dropped. Plea bargains were unobtainable in the early years of American justice. But today more than 95% of cases end in such deals and thus are never brought to trial.

Jed Rakoff, a district judge in New York, thinks it unlikely that 95% of defendants are guilty. Of the 2.4m Americans behind bars, he thinks it possible that “thousands, perhaps tens of thousands” confessed despite being innocent. One reason they might do so is because of harsh, mandatory-minimum sentencing rules can make such a choice rational. Rather than risk a trial and a 30-year sentence, some cop a plea and accept a much shorter one.

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Sunday
Oct052014

'Inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring about the incremental destruction of a people' [a reference to Palestinians or Blacks in US?]

From [HERE] The Jury reported: ‘The cumulative effect of the long-standing regime of collective punishment in Gaza appears to inflict conditions of life calculated to bring about the incremental destruction of the Palestinians as a group in Gaza.’ David Sheen talks incitement for Genocide in Israeli society discourse during Operation Protective edge. [MORE]

Sunday
Oct052014

US to sell Saudi Arabia $1.75 Billion worth of Patriot air defenses: Lockheed Martin and Raytheon hit Jackpot with War 

From [HERE] The US State Department has approved sales of Patriot PAC-3 missile complexes to Saudi Arabia, the US primary ally in the Arab world. At the moment Riyadh operates previous versions of the same air defense missile complexes.

Saudi Arabia will get a whole set of air defense systems, consisting of Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC)-3 missiles with containers and other associated equipment, including “2 PAC-3 Telemetry Kits, 6 Fire Solution Computers, 36 Launcher Station Modification Kits, 2 Missile Round Trainers, 2 PAC-3 Slings, 6 Patriot Automated Logistics Systems Kits, 6 Shorting Plugs, spare and repair part,” the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency reported.

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Sunday
Oct052014

US Defense Contractors Getting Paid Off on so-called ISIS and al-Qaeda Offensive 

From [HERE] Stock prices for Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Raytheon and Northrop Grumman set all-time record highs last week as it became increasingly clear that President Obama was committed to a massive, sustained air war in Iraq and Syria.

It’s nothing short of a windfall for these and other huge defense contractors, who’ve been getting itchy about federal budget pressures that threatened to slow the rate of increase in military spending.

Now, with U.S. forces literally blowing through tens of millions of dollars of munitions a day, the industry is not just counting on vast spending to replenish inventory, but hoping for a new era of reliance on supremely expensive military hardware.

“To the extent we can shift away from relying on troops and rely more heavily on equipment — that could present an opportunity,” Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank, whose $66 billion portfolio includes Northrop Grumman Corp. and Boeing Co. shares, told Bloomberg.

Defense contractor stocks have far exceeded the performance of the broader market. A Bloomberg index of four of the largest Pentagon contractors rose 19 percent this year, compared to 2.2 percent for the S&P 500.

It’s the munition makers who “stand to reap the biggest windfall, especially in the short term,” says Fortune magazine, citing Raytheon’s long-range Tomahawk missiles, and Lockheed Martin’s Hellfires, among others. “Small diameter bombs could be a huge winner, since aircraft can carry more of them in a single sortie,” one analyst tells the magazine.

U.S. forces used 47 Tomahawk missiles on Monday alone, at $1.5 million apiece.

Smart “small-diameter bombs” cost about $250,000 each. [MORE]

Saturday
Oct042014

The Number One Mental Health Problem is the Denial of Racism 

Saturday
Oct042014

'The overpopulation problem could be resolved by reducing the number of greedy people in the world - the small minority of folks who over-consume the vast majority of the world's resources'

 

Saturday
Oct042014

Bank of America Getting Paid Millions Off Prisoners in No Bid, Non-Transparent Contracts with Treasury Department

How many jobs are created by Black criminality? From [HERE] and [HERE] On Wall Street, Bank of America plays a perpetual second fiddle to JPMorgan Chase & Co., the only U.S. bank that holds more assets.

A few blocks north, however, at the New York Metropolitan Correctional Center, there exists a market that Bank of America has locked down, literally. For the 790 federal prisoners incarcerated at MCC, Bank of America controls the provision of money transfers, e-messaging and some telephone services.

The bank’s monopoly extends across the federal Bureau of Prisons system — 121 institutions housing 214,365 inmates. Since 2000, Bank of America has collected at least $76.3 million for its work on the program.

When inmates are released, JPMorgan steps in, issuing high-fee payment cards to distribute money from their prison accounts, which include earnings from jobs and money their families send them.

The banks’ exclusive deals came not from the Bureau of Prisons, but from the U.S. Treasury.

The agency awarded the contracts using a 150-year-old authority that allows it to sidestep the oversight, transparency and competition typically required for federal contracting. That means that for 14 years, Bank of America has never been required to compete with other vendors who might do the work better or for less money, according to Treasury documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.

JPMorgan’s no-bid deal to issue debit cards for various federal agencies began in 1998, was extended in 2008 and eventually expanded to include cards for federal prisons. Fees from former inmates make up most of the bank’s compensation for these cards, documents show. A separate Treasury document from 2013 said that about 50,000 released prisoners had been issued cards and listed fees of $2 for withdrawing money from an ATM and $1.50 for leaving an account inactive for three months.

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Saturday
Oct042014

Is that You in the PE logo? Another Suit Filed Against White Milwaukee Cop for Unlawful Strip and Body Cavity Search of Black Man 

From [HERE] A Black man who said he was illegally searched by Milwaukee police officers has sued the city, officers and others, following dozens of such lawsuits.

Edward Wright says that then-officer Michael Vagnini performed an illegal strip and body cavity search in October 2011 after he was stopped in the 2800 block of N. Palmer St., according to a lawsuit filed Thursday.

 Wright says he was near his parked truck outside his mother's house in Milwaukee after midnight when Officers Michael Vagnini, Jacob Knight, Jeffrey Cline, Gregory Kuspa and Jason Mucha stopped him and asked if he had drugs or guns.     

When Wright said he did not, Vagnini allegedly accused the man of lying and began searching his truck without his consent. "After searching Mr. Wright's vehicle and finding nothing, Officer Vagnini put plastic gloves on his hands and reached inside Mr. Wright's pants, grabbing and searching Mr. Wright's genitalia; once again without Mr. Wright's consent; without probable cause; and without a reasonable basis to do so," the complaint states.     

Vagnini has since pleaded no contest to eight criminal charges related to illegal body-cavity and strip searches, for which he is now only serving a 26-month sentence.

The lawsuit, one of more than 50 filed by people who said they were illegally searched by police, says that officers did not find any contraband when doing the search of Wright.

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Saturday
Oct042014

Another Ebola Patient Found in Another Hood: Ebola Patient @ Trifling Howard University Hospital 

[in photo: across the street from HU Hospital] From [HEREWashington, D.C. hospital that received big grant to study drugs that treat Ebola gets patient who may have virus --The hospital was recently awarded $11 million in federal grants to study drugs that treat Ebola. Officials at Howard University Hospital have confirmed they are monitoring a patient for possible Ebola infection. The patient had recently traveled to Nigeria, a country that confirmed 19 Ebola cases. "In an abundance of caution, we have activated the appropriate infection control protocols, including isolating the patient," said hospital spokesperson Kerry-Ann Hamilton in a statement.

HU Hospital is horrible, unkept and ghetto. A 2 star place to never go, an epicenter of negligence, a hood hospital. Don't believe BW? go see for yourself, take a tour of the emergency room. [MORE]. This could be dangerous. [MORE] In case you were wondering the Texas incident also appears to have occurred in an apartment bldg occupied mostly by non-white people in a Black & Brown neighborhood. 

Saturday
Oct042014

'There is no natural disease called Ebola'

From [the Final Call] “There is no natural disease called Ebola,” according to Dr. Abdul Alim Muhammad, minister of health and human services for the Nation of Islam. He called Ebola a “weaponized virus” rooted in chemical and biological weapons research by Germany in the 1930s and perfected in the United States. It is a weapon that can be used to depopulate, weaken and dominate nations, he said.

There are “stories of the U.S. Department of Defense funding Ebola trials on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone. The reports continue and state that the DoD gave a contract worth $140 million dollars to Tekmira, a Canadian pharmaceutical company, to conduct Ebola research. This research work involved injecting and infusing healthy humans with the deadly Ebola virus,” according to Dr. Cyril Broderick, a professor of plant pathology at Delaware State University and a Liberian national. His thoughts were contained in a piece published in an online edition of The Daily Observer, a newspaper in Monrovia.

“Disturbingly, many reports also conclude that the U.S. government has a viral fever bioterrorism research laboratory in Kenema, a town at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa,” he added.

Dr. Broderick listed research into Ebola and similar viruses conducted in West Africa, and Liberia, by the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, “a well-known centre for bio-war research, located at Fort Detrick, Maryland;” Tulane University through the National Institutes of Health; the Centers for Disease Control; Doctors Without Borders; UK-based GlaxoSmithKline; and the Kenema Government Hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone.

The Defense Dept. is named as a “collaborator in a ‘First in Human’ Ebola clinical trial … which started in January 2014 shortly before an Ebola epidemic was declared in West Africa in March,” he wrote. And, he added, “Theguardian.com reported, ‘The U.S. government funding of Ebola trials on healthy humans comes amid warnings by top scientists in Harvard and Yale that such virus experiments risk triggering a worldwide pandemic.’ That threat still persists.”

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Saturday
Oct042014

Bill O'Reilly on Ebola: "President Obama Should Not Allow [Black] West Africans into the Country"

Saturday
Oct042014

Where's All that White Media Outrage? White Actor sued for assault, battery, sexual battery of Latino Woman [Woman Claims Charlie Sheen Assaulted Her]

Why do White Americans need to criminalize significant segments of the African American population? What is the sociopolitical function of alleged African American criminality and self-destructive behavior in American society? How does alleged Black American criminality sustain the American status quo? How is "criminal motivation" induced into the personalities and social relations of some African Americans and for what reasons? [MORE]

From [HERE] Charlie Sheen has been sued by a dental tech who claims the actor cursed at her, tried to pull off her bra and punched her in the chest during a dentist appointment.     

Dental technician Margarita Palestino sued Sheen in Superior Court on Friday in a complaint for assault, battery, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.     

According to her 7-page complaint, Sheen arrived at dentist George Bogen's clinic on North Larchmont Avenue on Sept. 25 for an appointment.     

By the time Sheen had left, Palestino claims, he had assaulted her, left spit all over the walls, sent dental instruments and expletives flying, and stabbed an examination chair repeatedly with a knife.     Bogen told Palestino after Sheen had left that the star was drunk and high on crack, cocaine and Theradol, according to her Oct. 3 lawsuit in Superior Court.     

Palestino claims that Sheen's personal assistant paid her off with $500 to make up for the actor's alleged behavior.     

Sheen denied that he was on drugs or had assaulted anyone, according to TMZ. Sheen's camp said that he had a bad reaction to the nitrous oxide he was given. The star's lawyer Martin Singer told TMZ on Oct. 2 that the tech had filed suit after she was fired.      

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Friday
Oct032014

White Georgia judge says Black Man Can't Prove he is Mentally Disabled Beyond a Reasonable Doubt - Execution to Proceed  

From [HERE] and [HERE] A judge from Georgia's Towaliga Judicial Circuit ruled Monday that death row inmate Warren Lee Hill has failed to meet the state's requirement to prove intellectual disability beyond a reasonable doubt as a bar to execution. Hill's lawyers argued Georgia's high standard for proving intellectual disability is inadequate because psychiatric diagnoses are subject to a degree of uncertainty. Hill's lawyers based their argument on a set of US Supreme Court [official website] decisions. First in 2002 in the case of Atkins v. Virginia [opinion, PDF] the Court held "death is not a suitable punishment for a mentally retarded criminal," reasoning that their disability "places them at special risk of wrongful execution." Additionally in May the Supreme Court in Hall v. Florida [SCOTUSblog backgrounder] struck down a Florida law that held the death penalty for criminal defendants whose IQ is greater than 70 violates the Eighth Amendment [text] of the US Constitution, and the court found a defendant whose IQ is close to the 70-point cutoff has the right to present additional testimony of his or her mental disability. Georgia sets a high bar for defendants to prove intellectual disability for death row inmates beyond a reasonable doubt and the state court's interpretation of Georgia law is regarded as the toughest burden of proof in the nation [AP report]. The Georgia standard has repeatedly been upheld by state and federal courts. In Monday's ruling Judge Thomas Wilson declared the court is "procedurally barred" from considering Hill's latest challenge because he failed to present any new evidence to support his petition. [MORE]