by Jonathan Azaziah
Humanity died on this day 52 years ago, when Hajj Malik el-Shabazz (R.A.), better known to the world as Malcolm X, was gunned down in the Audubon Ballroom of Washington Heights. We are told by the Zionist-dominated mainstream media that the Nation of Islam killed him but we know better. Traitors within the NOI were indeed the triggermen but they weren’t the orchestrators. That distinction goes to the COINTELPRO tandem of the FBI and the Anti-Defamation League Of B’nai B’rith (ADL), which were both conducting heavy surveillance on Malcolm up until the day of his martyrdom and which both wanted the elimination of this giant at all costs because of his stances on Anti-Zionism, Anti-Imperialism and Black Independence. Continue reading Malcolm X (R.A.) Saved My Life And 52 Years After His Martyrdom, He Remains The Foundation For All Revolutionary Muslim Activists
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Growing up in the Marcy Projects of Brooklyn, New York’s notorious Bedford-Stuyvesant, and having more than a few run-ins with the NYPD myself, including run-ins that ended in physical abuse, intimidation and my homies’ innocent blood being shed, I can say categorically that there wasn’t a damn thing “accidental” about this shooting, regardless of the pigs’ pathetic spin. The NYPD is a historically bigoted institution that has been murdering, maiming, beating, raping, wrongfully arresting and harassing Men and Women of Color since time immemorial. There’s nothing new here. What is not being reported however is that since 9/11, police militarization has gone through the roof, making a brutal institution like the NYPD even more ruthless than it already is. And at the heart of this matter is the usurping Zionist entity. The ties between IOF and NYPD now run so deep, that the latter opened up a branch in occupied Palestine. New York City’s cops have been trained by the illegitimate Jewish gangster “state” since 2002, and one only needs to look at the number of increased racist incidents against Blacks, Latinos and particularly Arabs and Muslims to see the direct correlation between the two happenings. This process of “Israelification” solidifies World Zionism’s stranglehold over Amerikkka and reinforces the need to establish community-based, self-defense organizations to take control of our neighborhoods as a means of protecting ourselves from these trigger-happy, Zionized maniacs who are nothing less than Blue Bacon. ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading Zionized NYPD Rookie Shoots Unarmed Black Man Dead In BK’s Pink Houses
by Nick Chiles, The Atlanta Black Star
In 1964, as Martin Luther King was still rising in stature as leader of the remarkably successful Civil Rights Movement, J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI agents sent King an astounding letter—which they hoped King would think was from an unidentified member of the public—urging the leader to kill himself or risk having his extramarital sexual wanderings released to the public.
While the existence of the letter has been known for some time, Yale history professor Beverly Gage stumbled upon an unredacted version of the letter while researching a book on Hoover. She writes about its shocking contents in today’s New York Times, calling the so-called “suicide letter” the “most notorious and embarrassing example of Hoover’s F.B.I. run amok.” Continue reading Shocking Find: Yale Prof Unearths Notorious Letter Hoover’s FBI Sent to MLK, Urging Him to Kill Himself
by Greg Grandin, The Nation
After the death a few weeks ago of the legendary editor of the Washington Post, Ben Bradlee, most obituaries celebrated his willingness to go after Richard Nixon. Charles Pierce at Esquire writes that Bradlee “rode the Watergate story when nobody else wanted it. It’s hard now even to imagine how very far out on the limb Bradlee went on that story.” But Pierce is largely alone in also noting that the Post under Bradlee “ultimately took a dive on Iran-Contra.” Bradlee himself described what he called a “return to deference” on the part of the press corps that took place under Ronald Reagan, saying that his colleagues were responding to a perceived public fatigue with journalists “trying to make a Watergate out of everything.” “We did ease off,” he said. Continue reading Racism Drove The Backlash Against Gary Webb
by Sarah Lazare, Common Dreams
Palestinian activist and torture survivor Rasmea Odeh was found guilty of an immigration violation on Monday by a U.S. federal jury in Detroit, following what her supporters say was an unjust trial for trumped up charges aimed at crushing political movements.
“Make no mistake. Rasmea came under attack by the U.S. government because she is Palestinian and because for decades she has organized for Palestinian liberation and self-determination, the Right of Return, and an end to U.S. funding of Israeli occupation,” reads a statement from the Rasmea Defense Committee issued immediately following the verdict.
Presiding Judge Gershwin Drain revoked the 67-year-old’s bond, and Odeh was immediately taken into custody. She will remain incarcerated until her sentencing hearing. Continue reading Palestinian Activist Rasmea Odeh Found Guilty in ‘Travesty of Justice’
by Scott Kaufman, The Raw Story
Huntsville City Schools (HCS) paid a former Federal Bureau of Investigations agent $157,000 to direct security last year, but critics contend that the system he implemented is designed to monitor the social media activity of black students, according to AL.com.
Chris McRae, the agent in question, was brought in to oversee the Students Against Fear (SAFe) program, which works by allowing students and teachers to provide anonymous tips to security personnel, who then scour social media sites like Facebook to determine the credibility of the threat. Continue reading Alabama school system paid former FBI agent $157,000 to spy on black students: critics
Leaked audio recordings have revealed that the US government allowed police to establish a no-fly zone over Ferguson, Missouri, following the August killing of an unarmed African-American teenager by police.
The recordings show the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) restricted the airspace above the city to stop media helicopters from recording news footage during the protests in August. Continue reading US police established no-fly zone over Ferguson