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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." 

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
Saturday
Oct042014

Is that You in the PE logo? Another Suit Filed Against White Milwaukee Cop for Unlawful Strip and Body Cavity Search of Black Man 

From [HERE] A Black man who said he was illegally searched by Milwaukee police officers has sued the city, officers and others, following dozens of such lawsuits.

Edward Wright says that then-officer Michael Vagnini performed an illegal strip and body cavity search in October 2011 after he was stopped in the 2800 block of N. Palmer St., according to a lawsuit filed Thursday.

 Wright says he was near his parked truck outside his mother's house in Milwaukee after midnight when Officers Michael Vagnini, Jacob Knight, Jeffrey Cline, Gregory Kuspa and Jason Mucha stopped him and asked if he had drugs or guns.     

When Wright said he did not, Vagnini allegedly accused the man of lying and began searching his truck without his consent. "After searching Mr. Wright's vehicle and finding nothing, Officer Vagnini put plastic gloves on his hands and reached inside Mr. Wright's pants, grabbing and searching Mr. Wright's genitalia; once again without Mr. Wright's consent; without probable cause; and without a reasonable basis to do so," the complaint states.     

Vagnini has since pleaded no contest to eight criminal charges related to illegal body-cavity and strip searches, for which he is now only serving a 26-month sentence.

The lawsuit, one of more than 50 filed by people who said they were illegally searched by police, says that officers did not find any contraband when doing the search of Wright.

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Friday
Oct032014

Judge drops manslaughter count in case of White Detroit Race Soldier (Cop) who Shot 7 Year Old Black Girl with Submachine Gun

From [HERE] The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office is filing an emergency appeal after Judge Cynthia Gray Hathaway unexpectedly granted a defense motion to drop the charge of involuntary manslaughter against Detroit Police SWAT Officer Joseph Weekley.

Weekley was accused of gross negligence in the killing of 7-year-old Aiyana-Stanley, and charged with involuntary manslaughter and negligent discharge of a submachine gun causing death.

However; as of 10 a.m. Friday, Wayne County Judge Cynthia Gray Hathaway, stating she wished to "err on the side of the defense," granted a standard defense motion to drop the first charge, which required willful negligence according to the jury instructions.

The jury was released until Monday.

Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Robert Moran, calling it a "bad jury instruction," quickly objected and requested a stay. Hathaway said court would reconvene shortly after 11 a.m., but she returned early to announce the appeal and dismissal for the day.

Weekley's defense attorney, Steven Fishman, argued that one of the elements to convict on involuntary manslaughter is that the suspect "willfully" committed a negligent act resulting in death.

"I'm not really clear if the three elements ... coincide with willfully," Hathaway said. "I don't see that."

Fishman said he asked for the same dismissal during the initial trial of Weekley in the summer of 2013. At that time it was denied. "It was a different case," Fishman said Friday.

"Oh my God," a woman watching the trial, presumably in support of justice for the Black girl, exclaimed when it became apparent Hathaway would grant the motion.

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Friday
Oct032014

No Justice in Racist System of Vast Unequal Power: Jon Burge Released Early from Prison - Served 3 years for Lying about Cop Torture of over 100 Victims of White Supremacy [Black Men] 

From [HERE] Today, former Chicago police commander Jon Burge, who was convicted of lying about torturing over 100 African-American men at stationhouses on Chicago’s South and West Sides, will walk out of the Butner Correctional Institution, having been granted an early release to a halfway house in Tampa, Florida.

Burge’s 2010 conviction for perjury came nearly 20 years after his reign of racist terror finally ended. From 1972 to 1991, he led a torture ring of white Chicago detectives who routinely used electric shock, suffocation with plastic bags and typewriter covers, mock executions and brutal attacks on the genitals to obtain confessions from their victims. A team of lawyers at the People’s Law Office, including myself, documented 118 such cases. But a series of police superintendents, numerous Cook County prosecutors and a cover-up that implicated former Mayor Richard M. Daley (during his time as both mayor and state’s attorney) protected Burge and his men from prosecution until well after the statute of limitations had run out on their crimes of torture. [What is white collective power?] 

The former commander, Jon Burge, was not convicted of abusing prisoners — crimes for which the statute of limitations had passed — but of perjury and obstruction of justice for lying about the abuse in a civil case.

Like Al Capone, Burge could only be prosecuted for lying about what he and his men did, not for the deeds themselves. He was sentenced to the maximum term of four and a half years, and ended up serving three and a half before being released to a halfway house—a stark contrast to the fates of his victims, many of whom received death sentences or life in prison on the basis of confessions that were tortured from them.

Despite his felony conviction, Burge continued to collect his pension (now at $54,000 per year) while serving his time, and the Illinois Supreme Court recently decided four to three that he may continue to do so in the future. But the nearly $700,000 that Burge has already collected is little compared to what Chicago, Cook County, the State of Illinois and federal taxpayers have already expended as a result of the Burge torture scandal.

Chicago has spent more than $20,000,000 to provide legal defense to Burge and his men in the numerous civil damages suits brought against them over the years. Chicago, Cook County and the State of Illinois have paid out more than $66,000,000 in settlements to compensate the Burge torture survivors who were wrongfully convicted on the basis of false confessions. The city, county, state and federal governments have spent more than $15,000,000 investigating and prosecuting Burge. And his cabal of officers has received $22,000,000 in pensions to date.

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Friday
Oct032014

New Report says NYPD Targets Black Women as Prostitutes 

From [HERE] Typically the term "profiling" is used in discussions of the way police target young men of color, especially for drug crimes or weapon possession. And much police profiling is, in fact, of this type. New York City's stop-and-frisk policy, for example, disproportionately affects black and Latino men—so much so that in 2011 the New York Police Department (NYPD) actually conducted more stops of young black men than there are young black men in the entire city.

As a new report makes clear, however, police profiling isn't only focused on men. The Red Umbrella Project (RedUP), a peer-led Brooklyn organization that advocates for sex workers, has just released the results of a year-long study of New York's Human Trafficking Intervention Courts (HTICs). These courts are intended to provide alternatives to incarceration for people charged with prostitution-related offenses. But while HTICs goal may be humanitarian, their proceedings seem tainted by racial bias. In Brooklyn—where blacks make up about one-third of the total population—black defendants faced 69 percent of all charges brought before the trafficking court. And they faced a whopping 94 percent of charges on the offense of "loitering for the purposes of prostitution."

Loitering for the purposes of prostitution is a particularly subjective charge, heavily based on individual officers' perception of criminal behavior. As Audacia Ray, the director of RedUP and a former sex worker, explained, "the bar for proof of loitering for engaging in prostitution is much lower than for proving a person has been doing prostitution." Loitering charges don't require an exchange of sex for money and are "really based on … what the cops observe and what they say they observe."

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Friday
Oct032014

One Nation Under Guard: White Overseer Tallahassee Cops Occupy & Terrorize Black People on Video - Attack Old Black Woman, others for Walking in Street [no sidewalk] 

The Tallahassee Police Department moved swiftly Wednesday to get out in front of its latest controversy — the tasing of a 61-year-old woman in the back as she walked away from an officer in the middle of a city street in broad daylight.

The incident, which was recorded by an onlooker with his cell phone, prompted TPD Chief Michael DeLeo to hold a middle-of-the-night news conference to announce that the officer involved, Terry Mahan, was being placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal-affairs investigation.

TPD also released the cell-phone video, posting it to the department's YouTube channel. The nearly seven-minute video shows Mahan tasing Viola Young, who went motionless before falling face-first onto the pavement.  [MORE]

Friday
Oct032014

Texas Jail Locked Mentally ill Black Man in a cell for weeks amid piles of excrement, rotting trash and swarms of insects - Guards Ordered to Keep Door Shut 

From [HERE] and [HERE] The Department of Justice (DOJ) has been asked to intervene in a Texas sheriff's investigation over allegations that a county jail inmate was locked in a cell for weeks amid piles of excrement, rotting trash and swarms of insects.

"The Harris County Sheriff is calling for the DOJ to come in and I hope it’s for a comprehensive review and not just an isolated investigation," Texas State Sen. Rodney Ellis told Al Jazeera on Thursday in regards to the ongoing probe. 

Twenty-four year old Terry Goodwin, incarcerated on a marijuana charge and reportedly in need of mental health care, was alleged to have been locked in a filth-ridden solitary confinement cell for as long as two month. He was only discovered when inspectors made a surprise visit on Oct. 10, 2013, local news channel ABC-13 reported.

“His sink, toilet, and shower drain were clogged, not just with feces, but with toilet paper in an apparent attempt by Goodwin to cover his own waste and with orange rinds, perhaps in a futile effort to mask the smell,” whistleblowers told ABC-13. “Food in Styrofoam containers was pushed in by guards through a slit in the door and the refuse was never collected,” the news channel added.

A sign attached to the exterior door of Goodwin’s cell instructed jail guard to keep it closed, the unnamed whistleblowers disclosed.

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Thursday
Oct022014

What's a Speedy Trial "Right" in a System of White Domination? Black Teenager Snatched off street by Cops & Detained Pre-trial for 4 years at Rikers Island for taking a backpack [case dismissed] 

Would this happen to white folks? Kalief Browder spent time waiting for his speedy trial in solitary confinement @Rikers.  From [HERE] In the early hours of Saturday, May 15, 2010, ten days before his seventeenth birthday, Kalief Browder and a friend were returning home from a party in the Belmont section of the Bronx. They walked along Arthur Avenue, the main street of Little Italy, past bakeries and cafés with their metal shutters pulled down for the night. As they passed East 186th Street, Browder saw a police car driving toward them. More squad cars arrived, and soon Browder and his friend found themselves squinting in the glare of a police spotlight. An officer said that a man had just reported that they had robbed him. “I didn’t rob anybody,” Browder replied. “You can check my pockets.”

The officers searched him and his friend but found nothing. As Browder recalls, one of the officers walked back to his car, where the alleged victim was, and returned with a new story: the man said that they had robbed him not that night but two weeks earlier. The police handcuffed the teens and pressed them into the back of a squad car. “What am I being charged for?” Browder asked. “I didn’t do anything!” He remembers an officer telling them, “We’re just going to take you to the precinct. Most likely you can go home.” Browder whispered to his friend, “Are you sure you didn’t do anything?” His friend insisted that he hadn’t.

At the Forty-eighth Precinct, the pair were fingerprinted and locked in a holding cell. A few hours later, when an officer opened the door, Browder jumped up: “I can leave now?” Instead, the teens were taken to Central Booking at the Bronx County Criminal Court.

Browder had already had a few run-ins with the police, including an incident eight months earlier, when an officer reported seeing him take a delivery truck for a joyride and crash into a parked car. Browder was charged with grand larceny. He told me that his friends drove the truck and that he had only watched, but he figured that he had no defense, and so he pleaded guilty. The judge gave him probation and “youthful offender” status, which insured that he wouldn’t have a criminal record.

Late on Saturday, seventeen hours after the police picked Browder up, an officer and a prosecutor interrogated him, and he again maintained his innocence. The next day, he was led into a courtroom, where he learned that he had been charged with robbery, grand larceny, and assault. The judge released his friend, permitting him to remain free while the case moved through the courts. But, because Browder was still on probation, the judge ordered him to be held and set bail at three thousand dollars. The amount was out of reach for his family, and soon Browder found himself aboard a Department of Correction bus. He fought back panic, he told me later. Staring through the grating on the bus window, he watched the Bronx disappear. Soon, there was water on either side as the bus made its way across a long, narrow bridge to Rikers Island.

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Sunday
Sep282014

Baltimore has paid $Millions for Police Misconduct [Lawsuits Against Racist Cops Do Not Stop Police Brutality because they Do Not Stop White Supremacy]

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White People are Not Comfortable with their Numbers or their Appearance. Dr. Frances Cress Welsing explains that 'whenever there is a sense of increased vulnerability within the local and/or global white collective - as, for example, caused by inflation (currency devaluation), unemployment, war or counter-struggle by non-white peoples (e.g., Arabs controlling and limiting oil supplies, Iranians taking white hostages, Black guerillas struggling in southern Africa), the shrinking white population  - there will be an increase of the ever-present "normal" daily slaughter and murder of Black and other non-white males by those both legally and illegally authorized to do so. This murder and slaughter will be logically viewed as justified within the specific logic framework of the fear of white genetic annihilation [white survival].

Within the historic framework of Western civilization and culture (the civilization and culture organized to prevent white genetic annihilation), all white peoples have the spoken or unspoken mandate to participate actively in their collective struggle for global white genetic survival. This specifically means, of necessity, the murder and slaughter of Black and other non-white males whenever it is felt within the white collective to benecessary and, therefore, justified.

Because Black males, of all non-white males, have the greatest potential to genetically annihilate the white collective, Black males will experience the greatest ferocity of white supremacy's attack through justifiable homicide. Because Black and other non-white males have the potential to produce white genetic annihilation through the use of their genitalia and because genetic annihilation is the most fundamental fear of the global white collective, this collective (consciously or unconsciously) evolved a "counter"weapon or system of weapons, that theoretically could achieve non-white genetic annihilation.[MORE]

Sunday
Sep282014

Video Shows White South Memphis Police Beating Handcuffed Black Man with Baton - Demanded ID after Leaving Store  

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Sunday
Sep282014

Video Shows White Allentown Cops Beating Handcuffed Latino Man 

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Sunday
Sep282014

Video Shows White NYPD Cops Slamming Pregnant Latino Woman to the Ground - Belly First

From [HERE] Video posted to social media Tuesday shows NYPD officers slamming a pregnant woman to the ground belly-first.

The woman, Sandra Amezquita, 44, reportedly tried to intervene in the arrest of her 17-year-old son. In the video, officers from the 72nd precinct appear to be throwing her to the pavement before slapping handcuffs on her.

In a press conference Wednesday, Amezquita's lawyers said police beat the pregnant woman on the belly with a baton, and released photos of bruises on her abdomen. [MORE]

Sunday
Sep282014

Department Of Justice Orders Ferguson Cops to Stop Wearing ‘I Am Darren Wilson’ Bracelets & to Stop Hiding their Name Tags

From [HERE] A Department of Justice letter sent to the Police Chief Tom Jackson of Ferguson, Missouri on Friday instructed all officers to stop wearing “I Am Darren Wilson” bracelets. Another letter issued on Tuesday ordered members of the police department to wear readable name plates, after officers were seen wearing unidentifiable tags or none at all.

Protests have not stopped in Ferguson since officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was unarmed, in August. And in response to civil unrest, which gained steam again after Brown’s memorial was burned to the ground on Tuesday, and the use of the slogan “I Am Mike Brown,” officers were photographed wearing the bracelets supporting the officer who killed him.

The DOJ letter sent to Jackson explained that the bracelets contributed to an “us versus them” mentality and “upset and agitated” others.

In a separate letter, the DOJ also said that officers must stop violating name tag protocol by obscuring or altogether not wearing their name tags. The practice, DOJ said, “conveys a message to community members that, through anonymity, officers may seek to act with impunity.” [MORE]

Sunday
Sep282014

Autopsy says Mentally Ill Black Man Died of Thirst while Restrained in Solitary Confinement - Homicide Not Ruled Out 

From [HERE] A Black inmate from North Carolina with severe mental illness died of thirst after being held in solitary confinement, an autopsy report said. The report, released Thursday by the North Carolina Medical Examiner’s Office, said that the inmate, Anthony Michael Kerr, died of severe dehydration. Mr. Kerr, 53, was found unresponsive in the back of a van on March 12 after being driven from Alexander Correctional Institution to the mental hospital at Central Prison in Raleigh. The State Department of Public Safety subsequently fired a captain and four nurses at Alexander. A nurse and a psychologist resigned. In her autopsy report, Dr. Lauren Scott, a pathologist, said state prison officials declined to give her information about the circumstances leading to Mr. Kerr’s death, including when he last had access to food and water.

The autposy said that he had abrasions on his arms “consistent with restraint devices.” And that key details regarding his death such as when he last had food or water were left unanswered by an internal investigation, the Associated Press reports.

Even now, it’s not clear just how Kerr died. He was being transferred to a medical facility March 12 that was 164 miles away, and was found unresponsive at the end of the 3-hour journey. A Department of Public Safety spokeswoman told the Raleigh News & Observer she couldn’t explain what sort of treatment he would receive and why he wasn’t taken to a closer facility. His sister, Brenda Liles, told the Associated Press earlier this year that she had called prison officials repeatedly in the days leading up to his death to try to get him help, after she heard from other inmates that he was in danger. Even before the autopsy was released Thursday, seven prison staff members had lost their jobs over Kerr’s death.

But the Department of Corrections has declined to publicly release findings from an internal investigation. In her autopsy, pathologist Dr. Susan E. Venuti wrote that the Department allowed a “witnessed review” of the investigation, but would not allow her to take a copy. She said the investigation lacked key information, such as when Kerr last received food and water. Because of this, she could not determine whether the death was a homicide. The agency told AP its investigation is still ongoing.

The prison where Kerr was in confinement, Alexander Correctional, was under investigation for another controversial death several years ago, in which inmate Timothy E. Helms was paralyzed and had his skull smashed in after he set fire to his cell, and said prison staff responded by beating him with billy clubs.

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Saturday
Sep272014

This is a battlefield, a war zone—if you will—governed by martial law and disguised as a democracy.

From [HERE] “Police are specialists in violence. They are armed, trained, and authorized to use force. With varying degrees of subtlety, this colors their every action. Like the possibility of arrest, the threat of violence is implicit in every police encounter. Violence, as well as the law, is what they represent.”—Kristian Williams, activist and author

September 11, 2014 “ICH” – “Rutherford Institute” - If you don’t want to get probed, poked, pinched, tasered, tackled, searched, seized, stripped, manhandled, arrested, shot, or killed, don’t say, do or even suggest anything that even hints of noncompliance. This is the new “thin blue line” over which you must not cross in interactions with police if you want to walk away with your life and freedoms intact.

The following incidents and many more like them serve as chilling reminders that in the American police state, “we the people” are at the mercy of law enforcement officers who have almost absolute discretion to decide who is a threat, what constitutes resistance, and how harshly they can deal with the citizens they were appointed to “serve and protect.”

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Friday
Sep262014

90% of the World Could be Pulled Over by Racist Cops in Arizona under SB 1070. Because 90% of the World is non-white

Stopped because you look undocumented (brown person). In photo, non-white person, Roy Helu. He is a running back in the NFL. Race Soldier cops probably would target him as an undocumented person because of his skin color. From [HERE] The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit today in federal court in Phoenix on behalf of an Arizona woman who spent five days in the custody of immigration authorities after a Pinal County Sheriff's deputy "cited and released" her following a traffic stop, then instructed another sheriff's deputy to transport her to a nearby Border Patrol station. The lawsuit brings a Fourth Amendment claim against the deputies for prolonging her detention solely based on a suspicion that she was an undocumented immigrant. At the time of her detention, the woman, Maria Cortes, had a pending U-visa application stemming from her status as a victim of domestic violence.

"When the officer who stopped me asked if I had a visa, I offered to show him a copy of my pending U-visa application that I keep in the glove compartment of the car but he said he wasn't interested in that," said Ms. Cortes. "They put me in the police car, never told me why they were taking me or where I was going, which really worried me because I didn't know what would happen to my children — the five days I spent detained were a nightmare for me."

The incident occurred on September 29, 2012; Ms. Cortes was granted a U-visa less than a year later.

Since the "show me your papers" provision of Arizona's anti-immigrant law SB 1070 went into effect two years ago, the ACLU has documented numerous cases of racial profiling and illegal detentions by law enforcement officials throughout the state. In Tucson alone, the ACLU has filed several "Notices of Claim" alleging that law enforcement officers regularly engage in racial profiling and illegal detention as a result of the law. This is the first federal lawsuit to challenge application of the "show me your papers" law in Arizona. Today's case challenges the actions of two deputies of the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, which is headed by Sheriff Paul Babeu. Along with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Sheriff Babeu has been among the most outspoken law enforcement supporters of SB 1070.

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