by Jonathan “Madd Cold” Azaziah
Tick-tock! “Eternally Husseini” is just 21 days away!!
Father of the Arabs. Voice of the Arabs. Smile of the Arabs. Hope of the Arabs. Liberator of Egypt. Sire of the Nonaligned Movement. Unifier of Africa. Gamal Abdel Nasser, rendered here spectacularly and beautifully by the invaluable and incomparable Mohammad Hamza of Intifada Street, was all that and more. Much, MUCH more. The revolutionary legacies of so many are directly linked to Nasser and all that he achieved after throwing off the shackles of the Egyptian monarchy and Rothschild-financed British Imperialism–everyone from Indonesia’s Sukarno to Ghana’s Nkrumah, Congo’s Lumumba to Palestine’s Habash, Libya’s Qadhafi to Syria’s Hafez al-Assad and more. Much, MUCH more. Nasser was larger than life. Larger than reality itself! He was a giant who could walk through solar systems as if he was merely crossing the street and thanks to his unmatched eloquence, unrivaled passion and all-encompassing love for our people, millions upon millions of Arabs and others in the Global South achieved Mouqawamah Consciousness under his watch. Continue reading Ninth Piece Of “Eternally Husseini” Promo Artwork Is Out: Gamal Abdel Nasser
by Jonathan Azaziah
LONG LIVE ALGERIA! Since the dawn of Rothschild-financed colonialism in the Arab-Islamic world, Algerian Independence undoubtedly stands alone as the greatest of all our victories. After 132 years of French colonial occupation, the Algerian Resistance prevailed on this day in 1962, securing a triumph that now stands as one of modern history’s most important moments. A million and a half martyrs were given in the glorious armed struggle against the arrogant French Imperialists from 1954-1962, and despite every subversive, corrosive, destructive trick employed by Paris, Ahmed Ben Bella and the FLN, backed by the revolutionary godfather of Arab Nationalism Gamal Abdel Nasser, stood their ground, WON, and solidified themselves as paragons of steadfastness and decolonization to be emulated until the end of time.
It is also imperative to note that it was not only France whom Algerians battled against but the ‘Israeli’ monsters as well. Since 1870, when a French Zionist-Freemasonic Jew named Adolphe Crémieux helped pass the Crémieux Decree that facilitated the settlement of over 35,000 French Jews on Algerian soil, French Jews played a prominent role in colonizing the North African giant. And when the liberation struggle kicked into full force, it was the French Jews’ other genocidal project, ‘Israel’, that they turned to for assistance to preserve their presence as hegemons in Algeria. Continue reading Today We Celebrate 54 Years Of Algerian Liberation; Tomorrow We Will Celebrate For Palestine
by Jonathan Azaziah
Rest in eternal power and victory to the three-time heavyweight champion of the world Muhammad Ali. Known as the The People’s Champ, The Louisville Lip and of course, THE GREATEST, Ali wasn’t just the best heavyweight ever, bar none, but was also arguably the best fighter ever pound-for-pound, rivaling even Sugar Ray Robinson and Henry Armstrong. He had footwork and handspeed that were second to nobody; an iron chin, almost-cartoonish resilience and a rock-solid toughness that ranked with the grittiest men; underrated power that knocked plenty of opponents down and out; and a cerebral boxing mind in which he concocted the finest in-ring strategies in the history of the sport. In his prime, The Greatest was unbeatable. As he declined, predominantly because of his all-time classic slugfests with Frazier and Foreman, still barely anyone could hang with him. It wasn’t until he was completely “shot” that a select few could really claim that they “beat” him, and at that point, anyone who follows boxing, knows that while it may be recorded as a “loss” on your resume, it doesn’t really count.
But what sets Ali apart from any other boxer, champion or otherwise, and really and truly, any other sportsman in any other point in history, was his bravery in the face of the most violent institution ever known to man: the Anglo-Zionist Empire. Continue reading RIP Muhammad Ali: Greatest Boxer Ever, Revolutionary and Staunch Anti-Zionist
by Wayne Madsen, The Wayne Madsen Report
Ever since Francis Crick and James Watson discovered the double helix of DNA in the 1950s, intelligence agencies immediately began to discover ways to use the discovery of DNA for weapons research. Although it has always been assumed that intelligence services conducted MEDINT, or medical intelligence gathering, to discover what ailments were afflicting world leaders, it is also true that particular genetic traits of potential targets for assassination were being analyzed to develop genetic-specific weapons. A genetic susceptibilty of a targeted individual to develop cancer, heart disease, or other fatal or debilitating diseases would assist intelligence agencies to deliver particular “designer” genetic weapons. Continue reading Genetic assassination weapons in CIA’s quiver