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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"


Deeper than Atlantis

Appeals Court Rejects Tribe's Emergency Request to Stop Dakota Access pipeline, Other Legal Challenges Still Possible

From [HERE] The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit [official website] on Saturday rejected an emergency request [order, PDF] from two native american tribes attempting to stop oil from flowing through the Dakota Access pipeline. As a result of this rejection, the Dakota Access pipeline could begin could begin operating as soon as tomorrow. The three judge panel rejected the request because the native american tribes "have not satisfied the stringent requirements for issuance of an injunction pending appeal." The native american tribes are currently appealing an early decision to allow final construction of the pipeline and were seeking to halt any oil flow until that issue was resolved. In a concurring opinion, one judge noted that the denial was due to the fact that the emergency request was based upon the tribes' Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) claim, which has not yet been accepted as an issue in the litigation. To grant an injunction under those procedural facts, the judge said, would require a showing that to not grant the RFRA claim would be, as a matter of law, an abuse of discretion by the court - a burden, he contends, which has not been met. The US District Court for the District of Columbia denied the initial request [order, PDF] on March 14, 2017.

In January President Dummy Trump signed [JURIST report] an executive order that allowed for construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. On March 8, 2017, a lawsuit attempting to stop the construction of the pipeline on the basis that it would prevent a native american tribe from practicing religious ceremonies was rejected [JURIST report] by the district court. The Dakota Access Pipeline [informational website] is an oil pipeline that would transport more than 470,000 barrels of oil per day over its 1,172 mile length through North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. The controversy surrounding the project is connected with its proximity to multiple large bodies of water, which could become irreparably contaminated should the pipeline fail.


Gallup Poll Shows Trump with All Time High Disapproval Rating and Record Lowest Approval Rating

From [HERE] Gallup tracks daily the percentage of Americans who approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as president. Daily results are based on telephone interviews with approximately 1,500 national adults; Margin of error is ±3 percentage points. On 3/20/17 Trump hit a new high of nearly 60% of Americans disapproving of his job as president and a new low of Americans approving of him.

From [HERE] Clown Trump doesn’t want to spend federal dollars on after-school programs, meals for poor people, or heating assistance that helps keep folks alive.

But he has no problem wasting more than $3 million a pop to spend weekends at his private Mar-a-Lago club in Florida. Trump has already made four trips there since becoming president on January 20, and on Friday he confirmed he’s headed there this weekend for the fifth time. In photo, Trump and first lady Melania Trump stop to pose for a photo with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe before they have dinner at Mar-a-Lago, Castle Greyskull on February 11. 

Despite vowing during his campaign that he “would rarely leave the White House because there’s so much work to be done” and “would not be a president who took vacations” because “you don’t have time to take time off,” Trump has visited Trump-branded properties each of the past six weekends. That streak will hit seven when Trump lands at Mar-a-Lago later Friday.

In fact, Trump has spent time at Trump-branded property every weekend of his presidency other than the very first, when he created chaos throughout the country by signing a Muslim ban executive order that was later stayed by a federal court. [MORE]


SF State & Demos Election Analysis Finds that Hatred of Blacks & Fear of a Brown Country Fueled Trump Votary

The following article is about the recent election. It should be considered through the lens of the racism/white supremacy dynamic. It should also be considered in the context in which the election occurred; the context of white supremacy/racism. As stated by Mao Tse-Tung, "It is well known that when you do anything, unless you understand its actual circumstances, its nature and its relations to other things, you will not know the laws governing it, or know how to do it, or be able to do it well." And as explained by Neely Fuller, "If you do not understand White Supremacy (Racism) - what it is, and how it works - everything else that you think you understand, will only confuse you." He also offered the following deprogramming code, "most white people hate Black people. The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people. If you know this about white people, you need know little else. If you do not know this about white people, virtually all else that you know about them will only confuse you." [MORE] As defined by Dr. Blynd.

Racism White Supremacy - psychopathic degeneracy. 2) "the local and global power system and dynamic, structured and maintained by persons who classify themselves as white, whether consciously or subconsciously determined, which consists of patterns of perception, logic, symbol formation, thought, speech, action and emotional response, as conducted simultaneously in all areas of people activity (economics, education, entertainment, labour, law, politics, religion, sex and war); for the ultimate purpose of white genetic survival and to prevent white genetic annihilation on planet earth – a planet upon which the vast majority of people are classified as non-white (Black, Brown, Red and Yellow) by white skinned people, and all of the nonwhite people are genetically dominant (in terms of skin coloration) compared to the genetic recessive white skin people.” Dr. Francis Cress Welsing, MD. [MORE

According to Cress Welsing White supremacy domination and oppression of all non-white people is essential for global white genetic survival. That is, racists believe the only way they can survive is by genocidally oppressing non-whites. For instance, this is the logic behind systems of apartheid or segregation; if non-white & white children live together, they may play together, go to school together, work together, etc. and eventually have children together. And their offspring would be non-white, b/c mother nature said so: White plus Black equals Colored, White plus Brown equals Colored, White plus Yellow equals Colored. Black is a genetically dominant trait. Whenever Black mixes with White, which is a recessive genetic trait, Black will dominate. So, the so-called white "race" can be replaced or "genetically annihilated" through such assimilation or social intermingling with non-whites. In fact, the world is 90% non-white and the white "race" is shrinking fast. [MORE] Numerical inadequacy of the fear of being replaced fuels racism. Racists are playing a survival game with non-whites in all areas of people activity. In the realm of politics, racists must rig elections to survive because the white votary is dying, vanishing literally. [MORE]  

From [TheNation] The 2016 presidential election will go down as the election that spawned a million takes. Much of this debate centered around whether the rise of Donald Trump was primarily due to economic anxiety or whether his support was an expression of resentment of racial minority groups and immigrants.

In previous analyses of Trump’s support during the primaries, we showed that racial resentment played a larger role in the 2016 election than economic concerns. Recently released survey data allows us to ascertain in what ways Trump’s general election support compares to previous elections. The data also give us the opportunity to focus in on those voters who switched from Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016, and compare them to those voters who did not support Trump in 2016 but voted for Romney in 2012.

We find that opinions about how increasing racial diversity will affect American society had much more impact on support for Trump during the 2016 election compared to support for the Republican candidates in the two previous presidential elections. We also find that individuals with high levels of racial resentment were more likely to switch from Obama to Trump, but those with low racial resentment and more positive views about rising diversity voted for Romney but not Trump.

In short, our analysis indicates that Donald Trump successfully leveraged existing resentment towards African Americans in combination with emerging fears of increased racial diversity in America to reshape the presidential electorate, strongly attracting nativists towards Trump and pushing some more affluent and highly educated people with more cosmopolitan views to support Hillary Clinton. Racial identity and attitudes have further displaced class as the central battleground of American politics.


Research suggests, for instance, that reminding whites who have high levels of ethnic identification about rising diversity leads them to view Trump more favorably. (This finding is supported by other similar research.) We find evidence for the idea that rising diversity helped fuel Trump’s rise in the Cooperative Congressional Analysis Project data set, a survey that interviewed respondents during both the 2012 and 2016 elections (a panel survey). Because the survey includes data on multiple elections, we can compare how views have shifted support for political candidates.

For our analysis, we explored four questions about how rising diversity would impact the nation:

Now, as you may know, census projections show that by 2043, African Americans, Latinos, Asians, and other mixed racial and ethnic groups will together be a majority of the population. Thinking about the likely impact of this coming demographic change, how much you agree or disagree with each of these statements?

  • Americans will learn more from one another and be enriched by exposure to many different cultures.
  • A bigger, more diverse workforce will lead to more economic growth.
  • There will be too many demands on government services.
  • There will not be enough jobs for everybody.

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Analysis Finds that Identification Laws Suppress "Minority" Voting [Racists Must Rig Elections to Survive]

From [HERE] A study reported in The Washington Post found that voter ID laws disenfranchise minority voters disproportionately, an allegation right-wing media have dismissed while advocating for those types of laws in several states. Courts and other studies have come to the same conclusion.

Wash. Post: Voter ID Laws “Have A Disproportionate Effect On Minorities” And “Shift Outcomes Toward ... The Right.” Three professors wrote in The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog about their study, which found that voter ID laws are correlated with “a significant drop in minority participation” in elections and that the laws “have a disproportionate effect on minorities.” In addition, the study noted that in states with strict voter ID laws, “the turnout gap between Republicans and Democrats in primary contests more than doubles from 4.3 points to 9.8 points,” meaning that “when a state has strict voter ID laws, those who do vote are more conservative.” From the February 15 article (emphasis original):

When we compare overall turnout in states with strict ID laws to turnout in states without these laws, we find no significant difference. That pattern matches with most existing studies. But when we dig deeper and look specifically at racial and ethnic minority turnout, we see a significant drop in minority participation when and where these laws are implemented.

Hispanics are affected the most: Turnout is 7.1 percentage points lower in general elections and 5.3 points lower in primaries in strict ID states than it is in other states. Strict ID laws mean lower African American, Asian American and multiracial American turnout as well. White turnout is largely unaffected.

These laws have a disproportionate effect on minorities, which is exactly what you would expect given that members of racial and ethnic minorities are less apt to have valid photo ID.

In the graph above, we display the turnout gap between whites and Latinos, Asian Americans and African Americans in states with and without strict voter ID laws. In general elections in non-strict states, for instance, the gap between white and Latino turnout is on average 4.9 points.

But in states with strict ID laws, that gap grows to a substantial 13.2 points. The gap between white turnout and Asian American and African American turnout also increases.

The right side of the figure shows that the same thing happens in primary elections — and more dramatically. For example, the white-black turnout gap grows from 2.5 to 11.6 when a state adds strict ID laws. The racial imbalance in U.S. voting expands.

These findings persist even when we take many other factors into account — including partisanship, demographic characteristics, election contexts and other state laws that encourage or discourage participation. Racial gaps persist even when we limit our analysis to Democrats or track shifts in turnout in the first election after strict rules are implemented. Definitively determining that the laws themselves are what lowers turnout is always difficult without an experiment, but however we look at it, strict voter ID laws suppress minority votes.

When a state has strict voter ID laws, those who do vote are more conservative

All of this, of course, has real political consequences. Because minority voters tend to be Democrats, strict voter ID laws tilt the primary electorate dramatically. [Many white people vote Democratic, but the Republican party is pretty close to all white. (A fact that is soft-pedaled in out national dialog because it makes the modern Republican party sound like a racist institution, which it is.) [MORE] In fact, the White Party (GOP) now depends on white voters for fully 90 percent of their votes in presidential elections. [MORE]. 

All else equal, when strict ID laws are instituted, the turnout gap between Republicans and Democrats in primary contests more than doubles from 4.3 points to 9.8 points. Likewise, the turnout gap between conservative and liberal voters more than doubles from 7.7 to 20.4 points.

By instituting strict voter ID laws, states can alter the electorate and shift outcomes toward those on the right. Where these laws are enacted, the influence of Democrats and liberals wanes and the power of Republicans grows. Unsurprisingly, these strict ID laws are passed almost exclusively by Republican legislatures.

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Would White Media Say Anything if Malia Obama Popped Up at an Official White House Meeting w/Heads of State?

[MORE] and [MORE]


No Charges Filed Against Fla Prison Guards who Boiled Black Man to Death Locked in 180 Degrees Hot Shower for 2 Hours

Uncivilized, Unaccountable Government. From [MiamiNewTimes] On June 23, 2012, Darren Rainey, a Black man serving time for cocaine possession, was thrown into a prison shower at the Dade Correctional Institution. The water was turned up top 180 degrees — hot enough to steep tea or cook Ramen noodles.

As punishment, four corrections officers — John Fan Fan, Cornelius Thompson, Ronald Clarke and Edwina Williams — kept Rainey in that shower for two full hours. Rainey was heard screaming "Please take me out! I can’t take it anymore!” and kicking the shower door. Inmates said prison guards laughed at Rainey and shouted "Is it hot enough?"

Rainey died inside that shower. He was found crumpled on the floor. When his body was pulled out, nurses said there were burns on 90 percent of his body. A nurse said his body temperature was too high to register with a thermometer. And his skin fell off at the touch.

But in an unconscionable decision, Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle's office announced Friday that the four guards who oversaw what amounted to a medieval-era boiling will not be charged with a crime.

Rundle, in photo above, is a proxymonoric, coin-operated Hispanic woman, who works in service of white domination. [MORE] Her uncivilized failure to prosecute is probably similar to the logic and thinking done by German prosecutors & judges during Nazi Germany. 

“The shower was itself neither dangerous nor unsafe,’’ the report says. “The evidence does not show that Rainey’s well-being was grossly disregarded by the correctional staff.’’

Rundle's office announced the results of its investigation in a Friday afternoon news-dump, the kind that public officials typically only use to bury unflattering news or information. Rundle's office would clearly like this case to vanish over the weekend — but the facts of the case are so inhumanely grotesque that the decision should haunt the office for eternity.

Rundle took over as Miami-Dade's top prosecutor in the 1990s, after then-State Attorney Janet Reno left to join the Bill Clinton administration. She has remained the state attorney every since. In that time, she has never charged a Miami police officer for an on-duty shooting.

It's important to note that all Rundle had to do to show that she cared was to charge the prison guards with a crime. It is up to a jury to assess guilt. Despite the fact that a man died in a shower, and that multiple witnesses said they saw burns on his body and heard screaming, Rundle didn't think there was enough evidence to bring criminal charges.

Miami Herald investigative reporter Julie K. Brown spoke to multiple witnesses, jail inmates, and staff members, who said the showers were routinely used to scald inmates who acted out or upset the guards. Brown led a 2015 investigative series into abuses at Miami prisons. That series led to lawsuits, firings, rule-changes, and legislative hearings. But Rundle hasn't filed criminal charges.

The New Yorker magazine centered an entire investigation around Rainey's death. The magazine detailed how a whistleblower who tried to speak out about the incident, Harriet Krzykowski, was bullied, harassed, and forced into therapy after trying to speak out about abuses at the jail.

That story called Rainey's treatment torture.

Fernandez Rundle's 72-page close-out memo leans heavily on an autopsy that has been roundly criticized by civil-rights advocates. The report claims Rainey was not found with burns when he died.  Howard Simon, executive director of the Florida American Civil Liberties Association, has said in the past that the autopsy, which was leaked to the press during the investigation, showed that a federal investigation was needed.

Rundle's office, however, noted that one Miami-Dade County cop reported that nurses said Rainey's body had "red areas" on it, and that his skin was, indeed, "slipping off" after being removed from the shower. Rundle's memo said, however, that this could have instead been due to "body decomposition," rather than burns.

"In response to specific questions by Detective Sanchez regarding burns, Dr. [Emma] Lew advised that Rainey did not sustain any obvious external injuries, and, particularly, that there were no thermal injuries (burns) of any kind on his body," the report says. It then adds that from 2012 to 2014, no cause of death was determined.

This was complicated, however, by the fact that Rainey's family members say they were pressured to rapidly cremate his body. If further evidence of a murder existed, it has long been burnt to ashes.

One witness quoted in the Herald and New Yorker pieces, Harold Hempstead, was an inmate serving time for felony robbery charges. Hempstead kept a diary and reported that he heard Rainey's screams.

But Rundle's Friday memo took great pains to disqualify Hempstead's entire diary as innaccurate and unreliable. Multiple inmates told Rundle's office that they heard screams, but the State Attorney claimed the accounts were "inconsistent" and could not be trusted.

Apparently he was handcuffed during the ordeal. [MORE]

"Accordingly and in conclusion," Rundle wrote, "the facts and evidence in this case do not meet the required elements for the filing of any criminal charge."

She then signed her name.


White Prosecutor Believes [whatever] White Seattle Cops [tell him]: No Charges in Public Servant Murder of Che Taylor

From [HERE] and [MORE] Criminal charges will not be filed against two white Seattle police officers who fatally shot a black man last year, a Washington state prosecutor announced Tuesday, saying the officers reasonably believed their lives were in danger when they opened fire.

"Their use of deadly force at that moment was authorized by law," King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg said at a news conference about the killing of Che Taylor, 46, who was shot Feb. 21, 2016. Satterberg is white. 

The death of Taylor prompted demonstrations in the city and NAACP leaders condemned the shooting amid nationwide protests about police shootings. Taylor's family protested the decision regarding charges, calling the killing unjust and saying police should be held accountable.

"In Washington state, there is nothing that an officer can do that makes his behavior wrong when he chooses to use deadly force," the victim's brother, Andre Taylor, told reporters Tuesday. "Even if you comply, you die."

Che Taylor's wife, Brenda, said she was appalled that the officers are "getting away with this."

The officers were conducting surveillance in north Seattle when they claim they saw a man with a holstered handgun and recognized him as Taylor, a felon who was prohibited from possessing a firearm, prosecutors say. Now That sounds like solid gold bullshit. Police said they recovered a firearm from Taylor at the hospital. [HUH?]

The officers with unspecified "long guns" moved in to arrest Taylor as he stood in the space between a car and its open door then leaned down. The officers ordered him to show his hands and get to the ground. On video he appears to comply. Prosecutors say Taylor raised his hands just above his chest area.

Police claim Taylor lowered his body below the door frame and that's when one officer fired five or six times; the other officer fires once. The officers are close to Taylor - within arms reach. They claim he was moving to get a weapon. However, the camera angle shows only the driver side view of the car. That is, the passenger side door where Taylor stood at all times with the dood open is out of view. On witness claims to have seen what happened. However, it is doubtful the witness would have been able to see what Taylor was doing b/c the witness is nowhere in sight on the video. In other words, you have to take the racist suspect police officer's word for it. In a system of white supremacy/racism the presumption should be otherwise.  

Satterberg called the shooting tragic and acknowledged the disappointment by Taylor family. "They lost a loved one and they have many questions about why," he said. But he said "this is not, as a legal question, a close case."

The Seattle King County NAACP said in a statement that it was "deeply disappointed" but not surprised by the decision.

"It proves what we've known all along: that our criminal justice system is set-up to protect police officers, even when it comes at the expense of protecting the community," the group said.

A King County inquest jury found last month that officers Scott Miller and Michael Spaulding had reason to fear for their lives and that Taylor posed a threat of death or serious injury to officers.

The officers were going in to make a legal arrest and they had reason to believe that Taylor had a firearm and was going to use it to resist arrest, Satterberg said Tuesday.

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Suit says After Unlawful Traffic Stop White Cedar Rapids Cop told Black Man "I'm going to kill you" & Shot Him Causing Paralysis

From [HERE] and [HERE] Jerime Mitchell, a Black man, is suing white Cedar Rapids Officer Lucas Jones and the city over the altercation that left him paralyzed from the neck down on November 1. Court documents filed in Linn County show he is suing for negligence, assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and loss of consortium.

The details in the lawsuit paint a much different picture of the interaction between Officer Jones and Mitchell than the one presented by Linn County Attorney Jerry Vander Sanden in announcing neither Mitchell nor Jones would face charges in the case. Vander Sanden, in photo below, is white.

Mitchell was wounded and paralyzed from the shooting, causing his car to crash into other vehicles. A dash camera captured video of the encounter but a broken microphone of Officer Jones left little audio on the recording. The police did not explain how or when the microphone became broken. 

The audio is important because the racist suspect cop claims the following; cop said he smelled marijuana after pulling Mitchell over for a burnt out light, later found in the vehicle along with evidence of intent to sell. Jones claimed he got stuck between the open door and truck, and asked Mitchell to stop but he accelerated instead, and Jones feared for his life so he fired three shots at Mitchell’s head. Mitchell, family members and the NAACP disagree with this version of the story. [MORE]

A grand jury ruled Officer Jones' actions were justified and Vander Sanden [racist suspect in photo below] declined to press charges against Mitchell, too.

The lawsuit first questions the reasons Officer Jones stopped Mitchell, arguing "Officer Lucas Jones had no legitimate, articulable reason for initiating the traffic stop." Police have said the stop was for a broken license plate light. However, the lawsuit claims the light was working. It also notes Officer Jones accelerated and ran a stop sign in pursuit of Mitchell from more than a quarter mile away, when a license plate light would not be visible.

The suit argues that Mitchell was never informed of a “true, real and legitimate reason” why he was being pulled over, and that he was never told he was being arrested despite Mitchell repeatedly asking what he had done wrong.

In dash camera video of the incident, after the stop, the white cop orders him out of the vehicle and immediately turns him around to face the car to handcuff him. Mitchell turns to say something to the cop and the cop forcefully pushes him into the car to finish handcuffing him - as his hands are behind his back. Mitchell and the officer get into a struggle. The officer takes him to the ground. At no time does Mitchell attempt to hit or kick the cop. He simply tries to get free. While doing so a police dog runs into the scene and begins to attack Mitchell. Mitchell gets into his car and the officer grabs him and clings on to him- holding onto him as he sits back in the driver seat. Mitchell begins to drive away. The cop could have let go but held on to the car before it begins to move forward. As the car begins to move forward the cop then shoots him multiple times. 

The lawsuit claims Officer Jones never told Mitchell he was being arrested or the reasons he was being detained. It also claims Jones used force against Mitchell without justification or probable cause.

During the scuffle, the lawsuit claims Mitchell repeatedly asked Officer Jones what he did and called for him to stop.

The lawsuit claims Officer Jones told Mitchell "I'm going to kill you, man" while his gun was aimed. At this point, the suit claims, Mitchell attempted to escape to his car. As Mitchell pulled away, the officer fired, and one of the bullets hit Mitchell, causing him to become paralyzed and lose control of the car, crashing into nearby vehicles before being taken into custody.

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To Avoid Civil Liability White Guilford County DA Pressures Black Teen, Pile Driven by Cop, to Plead Guilty to Resisting Arrest Charge

White Judge Grants White DA Request to Keep Public Servant's Video Secret. In photo, Guilford County DA William Henderson. 

From [HERE] and [HERE] Jose Charles had removed his T-shirt to stanch the blood from a cut above his right eye after suffering an assault by a large group of boys at the Fun Fourth Festival at Center City Park in downtown Greensboro last July when he was approached by Officer SA Alvarez.

His mother, Tamara Figueroa, had told Jose to wait for her while she took her three younger children and a niece to the bathroom. Jose, who was 15 at the time and is now 16, told Triad City Beat that he recognized one of the attackers from kindergarten and had experienced friction with some of them on Facebook in the past. By the time Alvarez reached him, the boys had scattered.

Jose said Alvarez asked him: “What are you doing?”

“N****, I just got jumped,” Jose responded.

In a matter of moments, the situation would devolve into a melee with Jose incurring four criminal charges, including assault on a government official, and eventually being treated for his injuries at Cone Hospital.

“Instead of administering aid — it says in the police report he’s an apparent victim — they don’t render aid,” said Figueroa, who has reviewed the police body-worn camera footage of her son’s encounter with the police. “They grab him and lift him in the air with all the force they could and slam him on his head.”

Figueroa characterizes Alvarez’s forcible restraint of her son as something like a suplex wrestling move. The police report, which Figueroa allowed TCB to review, describes Alvarez as placing Jose on the ground, but the results suggest a more forceful approach.

The public servant's body camera footage isn’t publicly available -a Guilford County District Court judge ruled Thursday.

The teen’s attorney, Craig Martin, argued Jose should have his own copy of the footage from the officer involved in the incident. He said it was a burden for an indigent family to come to his office, which closes at 5 p.m. Martin said Jose has viewed the body-camera footage once, at the police department.

Prosecutor Monica Burnette said if Jose received his own copy of the footage, he or his mother would distribute it to the media.

District Court Judge Angela Fox ultimately ruled that Martin could have a copy of the body-camera footage for his defense for any potential witness to view, but the footage could not be shown to anyone else, and it could not be recorded or made public.

A law that went into effect Oct. 1 requires a judge’s order for people other than those in the video — or their guardians if that person is a juvenile — and the person’s attorneys to view the footage. The judge reminded Martin that a motion could be filed in Superior Court to make the video public. [MORE]

The police report, completed by Cpl. KR Johnson, contends that Jose’s language could have instigated more violent conduct by juveniles who were bystanders, and that Jose “then resisted a lawful detention and began pulling away” from Alvarez, who told him he was under arrest and attempted to handcuff him.

“As a result of the resistance, Officer Alvarez then placed Charles on the ground and affected the arrest,” Johnson wrote. “As a result of being placed on the ground, Charles’ pre-existing lacerations to his right eye began bleeding rapidly.”

With a large crowd gathering around to witness the confrontation, the police moved Jose to the alleyway across the street from the park, next to the Davie Street Parking Deck. By that time, Figueroa had come out of the bathroom with the younger children, having missed the fight entirely. Figueroa recalled that her son’s friend, Madison, was yelling, “Hurry, they’re beating him.”

Johnson wrote that Jose “became extremely noncompliant and started to move towards his family while cursing officers with great passion.”

In support of the assault against a government official charge against Jose, Johnson wrote, “It was also at this time while Officer [BS] Hilton was attempting to have Charles sit back on the ground that Charles stated to Officer Hilton ‘f*** you’ and spit blood and saliva in Hilton’s facial area.”

Figueroa contends there’s no basis for the charge because her son was only trying to clear the blood out of his mouth.

“You can see the blood squirt out of his head,” she said. “The way he was pinned the blood was going into the mouth. He said, ‘I’m choking, I’m choking.’ When they let him up the blood sprayed at the officer. They tried to say he spit. He did spit, but it wasn’t with malice.”

In addition to assault on a government official, Jose was also charged with affray, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct related to the July 4, 2016 incident.

Figueroa said after she filed a complaint with the police department, and internal investigation determined that there was no excessive force. She appealed the decision to the police complaint review committee, a subcommittee of the Greensboro Human Relations Commission, in December. The committee reviewed the video of the incident, and Figueroa received an official letter from the human relations department stating, “PCRB disagrees with the outcome of the GPD’s investigation and has requested the chief of police to further review your complaint and respond to the board’s concerns.”

The district attorney’s office is offering to drop all the eight charges accumulated after the July 4 incident if her son pleads guilty to the four charges, including assault on a government official, that arose from the Fun Fourth Festival. As part of the deal, he would receive four months probation.

Pleading guilty to assault on a government official would sabotage Jose’s goal to join the Navy, Figueroa said.

“If you’re going to hold him accountable, hold him accountable for something he did,” she added. “Take that assault charge off the table.”

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Stay Lifted in Suit Against San Francisco for Murder of Amilcar Perez-Lopez: Cops Shot Fleeing Latino Man 6x in Back & Lied About It

From [HERE] A federal judge Tuesday lifted an almost two-year stay in a lawsuit against two officers who shot a 20-year-old non-white immigrant in the back, citing unreasonably long delay in a criminal investigation of the officers.

U.S. District Judge Haywood Gilliam found delaying the case further would impede the immigrant’s family’s right to speedy trial and unjustifiably postpone the resolution of a case “in which the public has a strong interest.”

San Francisco police Officers Craig Tiffe and Eric Reboli shot and killed 20-year-old Guatemalan native Amilcar Perez Lopez in the Mission District on the night of Feb. 26, 2015.

At a town hall meeting four days after the shooting, then-Police Chief Greg  said two officers responding to a 911 call about a  man with a knife came upon Perez Lopez and another man he was allegedly chasing on Folsom Street, between 24th and 25th streets. Perez Lopez charged the officers from 5 feet away with the knife “raised overhead,” Suhr said. Also at that meeting, Mission Station Capt. Daniel Perea said the other man, later identified as Abraham Perez, told him the officers had saved his life. [MORE]

After an independent autopsy showed Perez Lopez was shot six times from behind, Suhr qualified his previous statements. During an appearance on KQED’s Forum last July, the chief said Perez Lopez “came at the officers with the knife, and then the officers fired and he turned away, which would explain not all of the rounds going in the front.”

The city now claims Perez was lunging at another victim with the knife when he was shot.

Perez’s parents sued the city in April 2015, claiming two eyewitnesses saw the officers shoot their son in the back as he ran away, and that the autopsy provides “unequivocal physical evidence” to support that.

In April 2016, Gilliam granted a request to separate the trial into two phases — first to decide whether the officers violated Perez’s civil rights and then to determine whether the city is liable.

In that same April 2016 ruling, Gilliam authorized the Perez family to obtain investigative files from the police and interview witnesses, but he barred the family from seeking direct testimony from the two accused officers.

Gilliam found the officers would likely be compelled to invoke their Fifth Amendment right to remain silent due to the criminal investigation, which could prejudice them at trial.

But on Tuesday, nearly a year later, Gilliam found further delay in seeking testimony from the officers no longer justified because “the court cannot predict with any certainty when the district attorney will make a charging decision in the criminal investigation.”

A civil grand jury report issued last year faulted the city for lack of timeliness and transparency in its process of deciding whether to prosecute officers who shoot civilians.

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US Atty Seeks 1 Yr of Jail Time for White Tukwila Cop who Repeatedly Attacked Restrained Black Man in Emergency Room

From [HERE] and [HERE] Federal prosecutors are recommending a year in jail for a former Tukwila police officer who plead guilty to a misdemeanor for pepper-spraying a handcuffed patient in a hospital emergency room in 2011.

If U.S. District Judge John Coughenour accepts the government’s sentencing recommendation in its prosecution of Nick Hogan, it would be the first time in recent memory that a Western Washington police officer was jailed for using excessive force on the job, a criminal civil-rights violation.

Hogan, a white man, pleaded guilty in November to a single count of deprivation of rights under color of law. He will be sentenced at 9 a.m. Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle.

Hogan had responded to a fight in Tukwila on May 21, 2011, and arrested a man identified as “M.S.” who had suffered a split lip during the altercation. Hogan transported him to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle to have the injury treated before booking him into jail. The victim identified by the initials M.S., is African-American according to Tukwila police internal-affairs documents on the incident. [MORE]

According to reports, M.S. was verbally abusive but was handcuffed in the back of Hogan’s patrol car.

Nevertheless, according to internal-affairs documents obtained by The Seattle Times and federal court papers, Hogan resorted to force, and admitted to using several hard “knee-strikes” to the handcuffed man’s head while he was trying to remove him from the back seat of his patrol car, 

In the ER triage area, Hogan slammed him against a wall in the waiting room and shoved him down a hallway, where M.S. fell. Hospital security officials — who would later complain to Tukwila about Hogan’s actions — took M.S. into a small, curtained bay and restrained him hand and foot on a gurney.

 The court documents say M.S. was put into four-point restraints on a gurney, and he and Hogan were taken to a curtained treatment cubicle, where M.S. reportedly continued to be verbally abusive and threatened to sue Hogan.

Hogan grabbed the retrained man by the neck and sprayed him in the eyes, mouth and face with” pepper spray and made no effort to assist him afterward by washing off his face. [MORE]

“Harborview Security entered the room and observed Hogan calmly drinking water” which would have been used to wash off the powerful irritant.

M.S. was still restrained hand and foot with “teary, red, swollen eyes and snot running down his face” the document says.

Hogan told the security guard that M.S. had been “mouthy.” 

The reports state all of this was captured on hospital video.

M.S., in a recorded statement to Tukwila investigators, acknowledged that he was being verbally abusive to Hogan, but claimed it was because the officer was being rough. He claimed he never resisted, either in the back of the patrol car or in the ER. He also said he was never able to sit up on the gurney because of the restraints.

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[as Racist US Gov Ignores Native Americans] New Zealand Parliament Votes to Give River Same Legal Rights as Person

From [HERE] The New Zealand Parliament [government website] voted Wednesday to approve a law [materials] that grants the Whanganui River the legal rights of a person. According to the new law [text; PDF, in Maori], the river, or Te Awa Tupua as it is known to the local Maori people, is now recognized as "an indivisible and living whole, comprising the Whanganui River from the mountains to the sea, incorporating all its physical and metaphysical elements," and "is a legal person and has all the rights, powers, duties, and liabilities of a legal person." In addition, the law mandates that two guardians be assigned to "act and speak for and on behalf of" the river. One guardian will be appointed by Parliament, and the other by the local Maori tribe. Albert Gerrard, a lead negotiator for the Whanganui tribe [official website], called the 170-year legal fight for recognition a "long, hard battle." New Zealand Attorney General Chris Finlayson said [press release] the legal recognition is important to the local Maori people.

I know some people will say it's pretty strange to give a natural resource a legal personality, but it's no stranger than family trusts, or companies, or incorporated societies. The approach of granting legal personality to a river is unique. Te Awa Tupua will have its own legal identity with all the corresponding rights, duties and liabilities of a legal person.

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Promoting the On-Going Smiley Face, Massa'bator Steve Harvey Shadowboxes Snoop for his White Masters

According to Anon: "the term "Showcase Blacks," coined by Neely Fuller, refers to the high-profile blacks that are constantly paraded before the public. They may be political dignitaries, pro athletes, entertainers, educators, business people, elected officials, etc. Their real purpose is to mask the REALITY of being black in America. Showcase Blacks are not showcasing themselves, they are being showcased by white supremacists. [MORE]

Showcase Blacks are part and parcel to the necessary illusion of the media, which is a "mind shampoo"- shaping the thoughts and understandings of non-white people with psy-ops to create a false consciousness about themselves and their environment. Such conditioning can make you crazy and full of self-hate, like Steve Harvey. The money and rewards are good for these tricks. 

Racial Shadow Boxing occurs when victims of racism (non-white people) are directly or indirectly, "assigned", bribed, coerced, and/or otherwise influenced, by the racists (white Supremacist), to speak or act to do harm to other victims of racism. White Supremacists oftentimes hide behind others whom they use as shadows of themselves. [MORE

As defined by Dr. Blynd in FUNKTIONARY,  SNigger ---a sold-out snitching-smiling Sambo-Negro. 2) a South-Bender offender. SNiggers smile for nothing except an empty mind while selling-out their own kind. They typically have an intellectual base yet are devoid of intelligence, thus promoting the on-going smiling face. They also often giggle and have a frivolous conception of society and scant knowledge of the vestiges of the trans-Atlantic slave trade that even brought their sorry-ass selves to shore. SNiggers are traitors and pawns of the downpressors. [MORE]

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Genocidal, Racist Congressman Steve King Sponsored by AT&T, the American Bankers Association, others

From [HERE] and [HEREIowa Republican U.S. House Rep. Steve King isn’t a newcomer to racist and bigoted comments. Yet he won his last election with 61 percent of the vote. Since he was first elected to Congress back in 2002, King has racked up victory after victory — often by huge margins. King's sprawling district covers 49 counties and is 93 percent white. [MORE] Iowa is 91% white, which is a fitting environment for this upside down clown because the world is 90% non-white. Yes, out of 7 billion people, less than 10% are classified as white. A drop of water fighting against the ocean - who else supports this unconscious motherfucker??

"King could use N-word daily, still get reelected here" was the headline gracing a column written last July by Douglas Burns of the Daily Times Herald newspaper in Carroll County.

"I stand by that," Burns told NBC News on Wednesday. "I think that says as much and more about us as it says about him." [MORE]

King claimed in an interview in the Hill just off the House floor on Thursday afternoon that he hasn’t been getting much pushback from fellow House Republicans, if anything, colleagues have given him words of encouragement since lawmakers returned to the Capitol the previous day.

“My colleagues have generally been coming by and patting me on the back. And a surprising number have said that they pray for me. And, meaning they support me and they agree with me, a surprising number,” King said. [MORE]

The following from OpenSecrets is a list of his top twenty donors to his 2015 - 16 Campaign Committee





Wells Blue Bunny








College Loan Corp 







American Bankers Assn 







American Podiatric Medical Assn 







AT&T Inc 







Citizens United 







John Bolton PAC 








Leadership Matters for America 







National Assn of Home Builders 







National Cattlemen's Beef Assn 








First Bank & Trust 








Rain & Hail Insurance Society 







First American Financial Corp 







Hawkeye PAC 







National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors 







National Right to Work Cmte 







NCTA The Internet & Television Assn 







Brownells Inc 







Icm Inc







Iowa River Properties







Lynch Livestock








Mail Services LLC






Terra Industries








Village Development







White Minn. Cops Ordered Black Man to Get On His Hands & Knees & Then Kicked Him in the Face Causing Brain Injury, Charges Filed

Public Video Kept Secret. From [HERE] and [HERE] and [HEREA white Minneapolis police officer appeared in court and was briefly jailed Thursday, one day after he was charged with felony assault for kicking a Somali suspect in the face, causing serious injuries.

Officer Christopher Reiter, 36, is charged with third degree assault for kicking Mohamed Osman, 35, in the face when responding to a May 30, 2016, call, breaking Osman’s nasal cavity and causing a traumatic brain injury. Osman is a Somali American. 

The incident was captured on surveillance video, and three other officers at the scene said they did not feel it necessary to kick him in the face, according to charges.

He was on his hands and knees when he was kicked, which caused facial and brain injuries.

3rd degree assault requires a temporary but substantial loss of body function [like a broken arm]. 1st degree assault requires great bodily harm, permanent or protracted loss of use of body function. The prosecutor said the charges may be amended to 1st degree assault depending on Osman's recovery from his injuries.[MORE

Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said during a news conference that the three other officers who responded to the call “said the situation did not call for a kick in the face.” Freeman, who is white, refused to release the video to the public. (confusingly the media has been showing video from another incident in 2014 in which Reiter kicked a Latino man in his chest at a gas station - more below. Racists love confusion.) 

“In this case, a kick to the face is a use of deadly force, and simply not justified,” Freeman said.

According to charges, Reiter and other officers were called to a south Minneapolis apartment building in the 2900 block of Chicago Av. after a report that Osman had severely beaten his girlfriend.

“He was in his car, he was asked to exit the car. He did. He was told to get on his hands and knees. He did,” said Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman. 

 Osman was ordered to the ground and was complying when video shows Reiter “quickly approaching [Osman] and violently kicking him in the face within seconds of [Osman] going to the ground,” the complaint says.

“They want him to go prone and lay on his stomach, and all of a sudden Reiter comes around the corner and kicks him in the face.”

He collapsed to the ground unconscious and bleeding. Osman pleaded guilty to third degree assault in January as part of a plea deal and will be sentenced March 23. At least one other officer, Josh Domek, was reprimanded for his role in the May assault.

Osman said in an interview that the traumatic brain injury has prevented him from working and caring for his children.

Reiter stood beside his attorney, Robert Fowler, who told Judge Fred Karasov that he would be challenging some of the evidence presented against his client during the next hearing, scheduled for April 20. Reiter was booked into jail and released without posting bail with the agreement of Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Debra Lund. Reiter was released from jail on the condition he does not have any contact with Osman.

Outside the courtroom after the hearing, Fowler described Reiter as an “excellent patrol officer.”

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Will the Non-Threatening Congressional Black Caucus Ask Trump About "Interstate Crosscheck" in Meeting Nxt Wednesday?

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From [HERE] President Trump has invited all 49 members of the Congressional Black Caucus for a meeting at the White House next Wednesday, according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer. 

Members of the group later accepted the invitation for the meeting set for March 22 at 3pm.

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Rep. Gutiérrez Speaks Out After Being Handcuffed for Demanding Answers on ICE Raids & Deportations


California Chief Justice Asked ICE Cops To Stop Stalking Non-White Immigrants Inside Courthouses 

From [HERE] In a letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday, the chief justice of California’s Supreme Court asked federal immigration officials to stop pursuing undocumented immigrants at state courthouses.

“Courthouses should not be used as bait in the necessary enforcement of our country’s immigration laws,” Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye wrote, adding that she is concerned about “reports from some of our trial courts that immigration agents appear to be stalking undocumented immigrants in our courthouses to make arrests.”

Cantil-Sakauye’s letter, also sent to Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, doesn’t mention any specific courts. But a Judicial Council spokesman said the chief justice has been hearing from judges and attorneys, including some self-help attorneys, about heightened fears and increased sightings of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents hanging around courthouses.

“She’s concerned about access, public safety, and retaining the integrity and sanctity of the courthouse,” he said.

For this reason, Cantil-Sakauye created a California Immigration Information Resource Workgroup, chaired by Judge Samuel Feng in San Francisco and Judge Dalila Corral Lyons in Los Angeles. The group will collect all the immigration resources available in California, and help publicize that information through the courts and legal groups.

University of San Francisco law professor Bill Ong Hing, who runs the school’s Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic, said ICE agents seeking out targets at courthouses isn’t new, but some appear to have been emboldened under the Trump administration.

“The message ICE is getting from Washington is basically just do what you want. There are definitely people in ICE who have been waiting for more authority,” Ong said in a phone interview Thursday.

He added that all immigrants, even those accused of crimes, have the same rights as U.S. citizens.

“But when you throw in witnesses, victims of crime, civil disputes, people who’ve been cheated by contractors – they rely on the courts, and if they are hearing that ICE hangs out at courts all of that gets discouraged. So it’s a big problem; people are getting hysterical right now, they are afraid.”

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White Florida Governor Removes Black Woman Prosecutor from Markeith Loyd case

From [HERE] Racist suspect Gov. Rick Scott removed Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala from the case against murder suspect Markeith Loyd after she publicly announced Thursday that she would not pursue the death penalty against Loyd. 

Scott says Ayala refused to recuse herself from the case after he asked her to, so he reassigned it to Fifth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Brad King.

"[Ayala] has made it clear that she will not fight for justice," Scott says in a statement. "Let’s remember, Markeith Loyd is accused of executing a brave law enforcement hero and murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Sade Dixon. Orange County Sheriff’s Deputy Norman Lewis was also killed while actively searching for Markeith Loyd following these heinous murders. I am outraged and sickened by this loss of life and many families’ lives have been forever changed because of these senseless murders. These families deserve a state attorney who will aggressively prosecute Markeith Loyd to the fullest extent of the law and justice must be served." 

Loyd is accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend Sade Dixon in December and later fatally shooting Orlando Police Lt. Debra Clayton at a Walmart a month later in an "execution-style" manner. Ayala, who is the first African-American state attorney ever elected in Florida, also announced she won't be seeking the death penalty for any case during her administration. 

"While I currently do have discretion to pursue death sentences, I have determined that doing so is not in the best interests of this community or in the best interests of justice," Ayala said on Thursday. The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund praised this decision in a statement earlier today. 

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Making America Great Again Kentucky Republicans 'trying to re-introduce racial segregation in schools'

From [HERE] Republicans in Kentucky have been accused of trying to bring back racial segregation to schools, after a controversial bill on the regulation of education places passed in the state’s House of Representatives.

House Bill 151 would require school boards to give priority to give priority to students who live closest to schools. Parents still could list any school they wanted as their top choice, but students who live nearby would have an advantage.

The bill was approved by a 59 to 37 House vote, but still needs the Kentucky Senate's approval before becoming law.

It is the latest legal challenge to desegregation bussing — the practice of transporting students to certain schools to redress previous racial segregation and to tackle the effects of residential demographics on educational performance. 

Bussing started in 1954 after a court ruling declared racial segregation in public educational facilities was unconstitutional.

“This bill would have very unfortunate consequences for low-income and minority children,” said Danyelle Solomon, the director of Progress 2050 – a project of the Centre for American Progress that specialises in racial equity.

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