This is what i understand to be truth, because this war did nothing but make a lot of people that didn’t look like me rich/wealthy. They needed to use a front and they did this to all the other countries they wanted to control/overthrow/undermine/step on/keep underdeveloped. The institution of white supremacy is a driving force… Read More The Fake war on Drugs was a front to undermine the Black Culture.
Less than a square mile in total area, the city of Mound Bayou, Mississippi even now stands for release, freedom, and a promised land for the descendants of formerly enslaved people. Founded in 1887, Mound Bayou’s population is 98 percent African-American, one of the largest of any community in the United States, according to the… Read More The Promise of Mound Bayou
I’m writing this post because I’m a man, a African/Native/Black Man and I want everyone to know our situation. The existing black male has endured so much pain, physical abuse, hatred and betrayal that at this point we don’t have friends we can trust or other races that would go to bat for us. We… Read More The Black Man:Why is He hated so much?
The Orangeburg massacre refers to the shooting of protesters by South Carolina Highway Patrol officers in Orangeburg, South Carolina, on the South Carolina State University campus on the evening of February 8, 1968. The approximately 200 protesters had previously demonstrated against racial segregation at a local bowling alley. Three of the protestors, African-American males, were… Read More Orangeburg massacre: A little known Story about The Civil Rights Movement!
It doesn’t get much more classic than 1987’s RoboCop, Paul Verhoeven’s dystopian sci-fi masterpiece. Even those descriptors don’t begin to cover it: the movie is action-packed, hilarious, subversive, steeped in allegory, bitingly satirical, at times surprisingly moving, and just so, so violent. RoboCop announced Verhoeven, a professional provocateur, to the world — and it’s safe to say… Read More RoboCop Returns? Maybe!
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