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On Police Brutality, “Black On Black Violence” And Hegemonic Jewish-White Supremacist Discourse

by Jonathan Azaziah

Fuck the Blue Bacon. Was just watching CNN and one of the propagandists said that cops all around America feel like they’re “under siege”. I kid you not. The heavily armed thugs with unlimited political protection, machine guns and tanks feel like THEY are being besieged, huh? And y’all wonder why I make it a point to bring up the fact that all of the USA’s top police departments are trained by the usurping Zionist entity’s IOF, Mossad and Aman, those other gangs of bloodthirsty psychopaths who swear up and down that they’re “victims” as they murder Palestinian innocents in ritualistic Halakhic massacres with global impunity. Continue reading On Police Brutality, “Black On Black Violence” And Hegemonic Jewish-White Supremacist Discourse

The Good News About Cuba is Bad News for the FBI’s Most Wanted Woman

by Tasbeeh Herwees, GOOD Magazine

When President Obama announced that the U.S. was preparing to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba on Wednesday, the news provoked mixed reactions – opponents of the Castro government were dismayed and some Cuban immigrants celebrated, eager to return home. And yet, one name kept reappearing over and over in ancillary discussions on the lifting of the embargo: Assata. Continue reading The Good News About Cuba is Bad News for the FBI’s Most Wanted Woman

Shocking Find: Yale Prof Unearths Notorious Letter Hoover’s FBI Sent to MLK, Urging Him to Kill Himself

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

Young Muslims In America: Teenagers Or Terrorists?

by Naureen Shah, Slate

Growing up in Texas as a Muslim, I often felt different and apart. But I also felt the same. My parents and their friends hosted Super Bowl parties. Every Fourth of July, we picnicked or watched fireworks on the roof of our van. At school I worried about fitting in until, as a teenager, all I wanted was to be totally different.

I read The Autobiography of Malcolm X the summer I turned 13 and returned to school with an X safety-pinned to my backpack. I didn’t hold back my opinions, not even with the police officer assigned to our D.A.R.E. anti-drug school program who, as Los Angeles burned in race riots, said that Rodney King deserved to be beaten. I argued with my English teacher until she agreed that instead of writing a paper on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol—a book about a holiday I didn’t celebrate, I stridently reminded her—I could do a class presentation on Islam. Continue reading Young Muslims In America: Teenagers Or Terrorists?