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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." 

A Goal of the Media is to Make White Dominance and Control Over Everything Seem Natural

"TV is reversing the evolution of the human brain." Propaganda: How You Are Being Mind Controlled And Don't Know It.

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

White Cops in Seattle Went Crazy Dealing w/Mentally ill Black Woman: Family of Charleena Lyles File Claim

Seattle Cops' Plan to Deal with Blacks = Use Violence. From [HERE] In a six-page claim filed Friday against the city of Seattle, attorneys representing the estate of Charleena Lyles say two Seattle police officers “lost their composure” when the pregnant mother of four began waving a knife or knives around, then failed to order her to drop her weapon and warn her they would shoot.

The claim, which does not specify a dollar amount, is a first step toward filing a lawsuit alleging the officers violated Lyles’ civil rights and are responsible for her wrongful death. The claim also alleges negligence and violation of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act.

The city has 60 days to respond to the claim before a suit can be filed.

Julie Moore, a spokeswoman for the city’s department of finance and administrative services (FAS), wrote in an email Friday that “FAS does not comment on open claims.”

Lyles, a 30-year-old African-American mother of four, was fatally shot by two white officers, Steven McNew and Jason Anderson, on June 18. Police say she threatened the officers with at least one knife after calling 911 to report that someone had broken into her Magnuson Park apartment and stolen two video-game consoles.

Three of Lyles’ children were in her apartment when she was killed. 

Lyles’ family has said the shooting could have been avoided and that they believe race was a factor.

During the news conference, Charles Lyles’ attorney, Karen Koehler, declined to answer questions related to what she called Charleena Lyles’ “severe mental-health issues,” but the claim filed against the city references Lyles’ battle with depression and says she began treatment at Sound Mental Health in summer 2016 after she was arrested for domestic-violence assault following an altercation with her sister in Auburn.

Koehler, who is representing Charles Lyles along with attorneys Ed Moore and Travis Jameson, acknowledged that the Seattle Police Department quickly released the officers’ statements and other evidence to the public.

“It’s unprecedented for SPD to release information like this as fast as they can … They have definitely done a good job in releasing documents,” she said.

But Jameson said the attorneys are “concerned with the defensive response” provided by SPD to outstanding questions about the shooting. Last month, the department released a 45-page memo answering a slew of questions posed by members of the City Council.

“The tone of the SPD’s opus was imperious and defensive,” the claim filed against the city says of the memo.

Koehler criticized Anderson and McNew for failing to come up with a plan before entering Lyles’ apartment, noting officers had responded there 23 times between January 2016 and June.

“They knew there was a woman in there in distress. There was no plan,” Koehler said.

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Killed by Cops: 2017 is On Pace to Become the Deadliest Year on Record

From [HERE] In 2017 alone, police have killed 746 people in the U.S., according to the Killed By Police database, which puts this year on pace to become the deadliest year on record. In contrast, in the first seven months of 2016, police killed 714 people; the number was slightly higher in 2015 with 725 killed, and it was noticeably lower in 2014 with 663 killed and in 2013 with 353 killed.

One case from this year that the white media really paid attention to [despite there being no video or witnesses] occurred on July 15 when Justine Damond, a 40-year-old white woman was shot and killed by police in Minneapolis, after she called 911 to report a disturbance in her neighborhood. As The Free Thought Project reported, while audio was released from the shooting, neither one of the two officers on the scene chose to turn on their body cameras, and the officer who shot and killed Damond had several complaints on his record.

In addition to the increase in police shootings, the U.S. is also under a new administration, which has expressed overwhelming support for all of the characteristics that lead to an empowered police state.

In an address to the National District Attorney’s Association conference on July 17, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions promised to increase the federal government’s civil asset forfeiture programs.

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If You Murder a Black Man, You're Qualified to be a Cop in Rogers County: Terrence Crutcher's Killer Gets New Job

From [HERE] The former white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man during a traffic stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was sworn in on Thursday as a reserve deputy in a nearby county.

Betty Shelby, a white woman, resigned from the Tulsa Police Department on July 14, two months after a mostly white jury found her not guilty of manslaughter for the death of Terence Crutcher.

"I certainly feel like we hit the lottery with this deal," Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton, who publicly backed Shelby in her trial, said at a news conference. Walton, who apparently held a press conference to make the monumental announcement is also white. 

When asked what the typical responsibilities of a reserve deputy (a role which is unpaid, but carries a firearm) would be, Walton replied: "Identical to anything that a full-time police officer that is paid or compensated for their duties will be."

When Shelby left the police department in July, she wrote in her resignation letter that “I pray [to my white God and his white son] for healing for his family, I will continue to pray for the unity of our community, the safety of our citizens and our police officers,” she added. Before the jury’s decision in May, Shelby had been on unpaid leave since prosecutors charged her with first-degree manslaughter in September. (The white cop was reinstated to her police post shortly afterward and awarded more than $35,000 in back pay for time missed from work during the investigation.) She said "sitting behind a desk, isolated from my fellow officers and the citizens of Tulsa, is just not for me." She desired to be back on the streets to resume her genicidal role killing niggers. [MORE]

Shelby’s case was also unusual for her decision to appear on 60 Minutes in the weeks ahead of her trial, a move both criticized as a skewing of public opinion and acknowledged as tactically savvy. What is white collective power

Reaching High For an Imaginary Gun in the Sky. [Racists Cannot See Things As They Are]. Terence Crutcher was empty-handed next to his vehicle when Shelby fired a single shot that killed him. Police cameras captured the final moments of the 40-year-old’s life from multiple angles, showing he had been walking slowly with his hands high above his head during the moments before the killing.

A jury decided last month that it could not convict Shelby of manslaughter in the case despite the video evidence. Defense attorneys persuaded jurors that Crutcher had made a move toward the open driver’s-side window of his stationary vehicle, and that Shelby’s decision in that moment to kill him was justified by what she perceived to be a reach for a gun that did not exist.

In a public letter after the trial, however, jurors indicated they believed Shelby’s actions were rash and Crutcher’s death was avoidable — just that none of what transpired satisfied the technicalities of the law they’d been asked to apply to the officer.

At 7:36 p.m. on September 16, 2016, police received a 9-1-1 call from a racist suspect about an abandoned vehicle in the middle of 36th Street North just west of Lewis Avenue. One racist suspect caller said: "Somebody left their vehicle running in the middle of the street with the doors wide open." "The doors are open. The vehicle is still running. It's an SUV. It's like in the middle of the street. It's blocking traffic." "There was a guy running from it, saying it was going to blow up. But I think he's smoking something. I got out and was like, 'Do you need help?'" "He was like, 'Come here, come here, I think it's going to blow up.'" The other racist suspect caller said: "There is a car that looks like somebody just jumped out of it and left it in the center of the road on 36th Street North and North Lewis Avenue." "It's dead in the middle of the street." "It's a Navigator. The driver-side door is open like somebody jumped out. It's on the yellow line, blocking traffic. Nobody in the car."

Police stated that Crutcher kept reaching into his pocket, refused to show his hands, walked towards his vehicle despite being told to stop, and then angled towards and reached into his vehicle. 

However, video and photographic evidence seems to contradict this, showing Crutcher's blood streaking the driver's side window from top to bottom after the shooting and indicating it was closed. Turnbough tased Crutcher, and Shelby shot him. Shortly before the shooting, officers in the helicopter conversed with each other: "This guy's still walking and isn't following commands." "It's time for a taser, I think." "I've got a feeling that's about to happen." "That looks like a bad dude, too, could be on something." Approximately two minutes after the shot, an officer checked Crutcher's pockets, and approximately 45 seconds later, someone crouched to offer aid. Police said Crutcher died in the hospital later that day. Tulsa police chief Chuck Jordan said no weapon was recovered from Crutcher's body or vehicle.

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[In Racist System Due Process is Only About the Appearance of Justice] Charlotte Bd Upholds Killing of Black Man

From [HERE] A civilian review board in Charlotte, North Carolina, handed down a split decision on Thursday over a finding by the city's police chief that an officer acted properly in killing a black man in 2016.

It was the first time in the board's 20-year history that a majority on the panel in North Carolina's biggest city did not agree with the police chief in such a case.

Charlotte's Citizens Review Board spent more than two days hearing evidence in the death of Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old black man shot by Officer Brentley Vinson in September 2016. His death touched off two days of sometimes violent demonstrations that left another man dead and resulted in extensive property damage.

The board split 4-4 in its vote on Thursday, meaning Charlotte-Mecklenburg Chief Kerr Putney’s determination that Vinson acted in accordance with department policy will stand. In November, District Attorney Andrew Murray determined that Vinson, who also is black, committed no crime. 

"The board was split — which has come a long way from the chief's earlier determination that this shooting was absolutely, 150 percent justified,” said Scott family attorney Justin Bamberg. "We are still looking into the likelihood of success in a civil lawsuit."

The board has 11 members, but one seat is vacant and two members were unable to attend the hearing because of work commitments, said Cary Davis, the board’s attorney.

The board, established in 1997, lacks the authority to enforce its decisions.

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White DC Cop Won't Be Charged in Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Black Man, Terrence Sterling 

From [HERE] White federal officials said Wednesday that they won't file charges against a police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorcyclist last year in Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia said in a statement that there was insufficient evidence to prove the city police officer used unreasonable force or was not acting in self-defense.

The officer, Brian Trainer, shot Terrence Sterling after a high-speed chase that ended with the 31-year-old revving his motorcycle into a police cruiser's door, according to the statement. Federal officials said the level of alcohol in Sterling's blood was 0.16, twice the legal limit. They said he also tested positive for marijuana.

Federal officials said the chase began after Sterling pulled in front of the police cruiser that was stopped at a red light.

"Mr. Sterling looked over his shoulder in the direction of the officers and then accelerated at a high rate of speed through the red light," the statement said. A chase ensued, covering 25 city blocks, federal officials said. Sterling allegedly drove 100 mph or more while narrowly missing pedestrians and cars.

Sterling was a heating and air-conditioning technician from Fort Washington, Maryland.

Sterling's parents filed a $50 million wrongful-death lawsuit, claiming that Sterling posed no threat and that the officer was negligent when he failed to turn on his body camera.

City officials have acknowledged that the officer, who has been on administrative leave since the shooting, did not turn on his camera, and the city has since ordered 911 operators to remind officers to activate their cameras.

"The complaint alleges that Metropolitan Police officer Brian Trainer shot Mr. Sterling in the back, killing Mr. Sterling from the safety of a police vehicle despite the fact that Mr. Sterling was unarmed and posed no danger to Officer Trainer or any other person. 

"The complaint alleges that Officer Brian Trainer and his partner violated multiple Metropolitan Police Department General Orders in the moments leading to Mr. Sterling’s death. Specifically, the Complaint alleges that General Order 301.03 prohibits officers from placing themselves in front of an oncoming vehicle where deadly force would be the likely outcome. In spite of this General Order, officers unlawfully placed themselves in front of Mr. Sterling’s oncoming motorcycle.

"Additionally, the complaint alleges that General Order 301.03 also prohibits officers from intentionally causing contact between their police vehicle and a civilian’s vehicle, or attempting to force a civilian vehicle into another object or off the roadway. The officers violated this Order by intentionally blocking Mr. Sterling’s path of travel, causing contact with his motorcycle, and trapping his motorcycle between the police car and the curb. While Mr. Sterling was trapped between the curb and the police car, Officer Trainer unlawfully drew his gun, pointed it at Mr. Sterling, and shot him, using deadly force in violation of General Order 901.7. 

"The complaint alleges that each of these violations independently caused the death of Terrence Sterling."

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White Ft Worth Cops Argue Black Man Would've Survived Choke Out If He had a Better Diet: Jermaine Darden Case Reinstated

Getting Murdered by White Cops is a Not "Natural" Cause of Death. From [HERE] A federal appeals court has reversed a Fort Worth judge’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit against the city and two white police officers in the death of an obese Black man who suffered a heart attack during a drug raid in 2013.

A three-judge panel on the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans issued the ruling Wednesday morning, arguing that evidence suggested Jermaine Darden, 34, wouldn’t have died if the officers had not used a Taser on him and forced him onto his stomach.

In the ruling to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit filed by Darden’s family in 2014, U.S. District Judge John McBryde had written that Darden, who weighed about 340 pounds, “had multiple risk factors for sudden cardiac death and the severity of his cardiac disease alone made him susceptible to sudden cardiac death at any time, with or without physical exertion.”

Darden died of natural causes, with sudden cardiac death associated with high blood pressure and application of restraints, the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office ruled.

Darden also had liver disease and thyroid disease, according to court documents.

But a medical expert for Darden’s family testified that Darden’s death should not have been ruled “natural,” according to the Fifth Circuit’s ruling Wednesday.

“Accordingly, the plaintiff can show that the use of force was the direct and only cause of Darden’s death,” despite his pre-existing medical conditions, Judge Edward C. Prado wrote in the ruling.

Veteran police officers W.F. Snow and J. Romero were named in the lawsuit, and other unidentified officers were said to have participated in the raid and in restraining Darden.

The officers had executed a “no-knock” search warrant on May 16, 2013, bursting into a residence in the 3200 block of Thannisch Avenue without warning, according to court documents.

According to witnesses, several people, including Darden, were inside. They said that Darden was not attempting to flee, attack or resist when police officers choked him, kicked him several times, punched him and shocked him, according to court documents.

Several officers applied their weight to Darden’s back, making it difficult for him to breathe, the court documents said. Witnesses told officers that Darden had asthma and could not breathe.

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White KY Cops Clear Themselves in the Murder of Darnell Wicker: Shot to Death 2 Seconds After Cops Appear

From [HERE] An internal police investigation has found that white  Kentucky officers involved in the fatal shooting of a Black man did not violate the department's use of force policy.

The investigation stemmed from last year's death of Darnell Wicker. Louisville police officers involved in the shooting were responding to a domestic violence call.

Media reports say Louisville police Chief Steve Conrad said the use of force was "reasonable" given circumstances the officers faced. His comments were in a letter to one of the officers.

Police body camera footage showed Wicker holding a tree saw when confronted by officers.

The internal police review did conclude that one of the officers violated department rules by not turning on his body camera. Conrad briefly suspended the officer.

Wicker was black and the officers involved are white.


Parents of 15-year-old Black Teen file lawsuit Against IMPD: Witness says Cops Murdered Andre Green

From [HERE] The parents of a black teenager fatally shot by Indianapolis police after an alleged 2015 carjacking are suing the city and several police officers they contend used “deadly, excessive, unreasonable, unlawful and unnecessary force” against the youth.

The federal lawsuit filed Monday in Indianapolis on behalf of 15-year-old Andre Green’s parents and his estate alleges that the officers violated Green’s constitutional and civil rights when they shot him as they pursued a stolen car he was driving.

Following Green’s Aug. 9, 2015, death, Indianapolis police said two white officers and a black officer fired on the teen because the car he was driving struck the side of a patrol car and was accelerating toward the officers after they cornered the car in a cul-de-sac. Police said the officers feared for their lives.

But the family’s suit, which states that Green “made a youthful mistake but paid with his life,” contends officers misjudged the situation as the pursuit reached the cul-de-sac and that they weren’t “threatened with death” or serious injury when they shot Green.

“At no time during the course of these events did Andre either pose any reasonable threat of violence to the IMPD officers or do anything to justify the use of deadly, excessive, unreasonable, unlawful and unnecessary force against him,” the lawsuit states.

Police said the car was stolen at gunpoint, four shots were fired from it after the carjacking, and a handgun was found near Green’s body after he collapsed with fatal gunshot wounds outside the vehicle.

An attorney for Green’s parents, Jamon Hicks, said Tuesday that witnesses said Green did not have a gun when he exited the car, and that he also did not try to hit the officers with the car, but was instead trying to flee the officers after his two juvenile passengers bailed out.

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Grand Prairie Police Says There Was "No Racial Profiling": Black Man Was Stopped For No Reason & Then Disfigured

4th Amendment Bullshit. Laws In & Of Themsleves Will Not Protect You; Laws Are Just Words on Paper; Laws Protect No One.

From [HERE] Attorney Lee Merritt is filing a lawsuit on behalf of a Black man who claims he's a victim of profiling and excessive force by the Grand Prairie Police Department that's left him permanently disfigured.

1) Rashan A. Barnes said on July 31, at about noon, he was in a parking lot near Carrier Parkway and Warrior Trail after shopping and visiting some friends at a barbershop when a Grand Prairie police officer stopped him and asked him for identification.

[STOP right here, the white media, in this case NBC, has ommitted the important fact that [at least with regard to white people] in order for the police to stop you the Supreme Court has ruled that police must have a reasonable articulable suspicion that there is criminal activity afoot and the person detained is involved in the activity.  Cops cannot stop you and demand ID for no reason. Police may not act on on the basis of an inchoate and unparticularized suspicion or a hunch - there must be some specific articulable facts along with reasonable inferences from those facts to justify the intrusion.[MORE"Stop and identify" statutes are statutory laws in the United States that authorize police to legally obtain the identification of someone whom they reasonably suspect of having committed a crime. If there is no reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed, is being committed, or is about to be committed, an individual is not required to provide identification, even in "Stop and ID" states. [MORE] and [MORE]]

So on what basis, that is, what particularized facts, did this cop stop him for? 

2) Barnes, who knew he had two outstanding misdemeanor warrants, admits to giving the officer his cousin's name instead of his own, his attorney said. As the officer verified the information, "Barnes attempted to end the encounter by running away from the officer," Merritt said.

The officer, Barnes' attorney said, shot him with a stun gun that "caused Barnes to immediately lose consciousness and sail into the air." His attorney said he landed on his face and arms, causing severe injuries to his nose, scalp, face and arms.

Paramedics were called, who then transferred Barnes to a nearby hospital. Since he was only wanted on misdemeanor warrants, he was released on his own recognizance.

Barnes' attorneys contend the officer did not have reasonable suspicion to stop and ask him for identification and that he did not appear to be involved in any crime.

"Mr. Barnes will be filing a formal complaint with Grand Prairie Internal Affairs and pursuing a Civil Rights lawsuit against the Grand Prairie Police Department," Merritt said.


Obey US NGHRS. "To suggest that this was racial profiling is absurd, and I will not stand for it," said Grand Prairie Police Chief Steve Dye, who was visibly upset with the accusations as he and the NAACP addressed the media Wednesday afternoon. Dye is white. 

Angela Luckey, the president of the Grand Prairie NAACP, said she reviewed dash camera video of the incident that has not been made public just yet and said the NAACP is backing the police officer's actions.

"I did not see an instance of excessive force being used. I saw the person in question by a Hispanic officer get up and flee after he provided a fake name to the police officer," Luckey said.

"We will come out for what is right. We are not going to side with a wrong side," she added. Stopped by skin color? Ms. Luckey is obviously putting the C in NAACP - for Confused negro preventing Black people from advancing or understanding their so-called 4th Amendment rights. Please go away NAACP.  

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LA County to Pay $1.5 million: White Cops Shot Unarmed Black Man to Death in Parked Car w/o Justification 

From [HERE] Los Angeles County supervisors approved a $1.5-million payout Tuesday to the family of a 21-year-old man who was fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy while in his vehicle in Cerritos in 2015.

Carla Wade, 52, sued the county and Deputy Edward Fitzgerald over the death of her son, Nephi Arreguin. The lawsuit claims Arreguin was unarmed and that Fitzgerald used excessive force on him.

Arreguin’s toddler son, born after Arreguin died, is also a plaintiff.

Tuesday’s settlement follows the approval in July of nearly $5.4 million to settle three wrongful-death suits against the Sheriff’s Department. A Times review of misconduct-claim payouts over the last five years found that such payouts topped $50 million in the 2015-16 fiscal year.

The shooting occurred late on a Thursday afternoon in May 2015, when deputies were called to the 17200 block of Pires Avenue in Cerritos to investigate a call of a suspicious person.

According to the complaint, Arreguin was seated in a parked car when Fitzgerald approached and “began, unreasonably, without justification, shooting into the vehicle.”

After being shot, the complaint says, Arreguin drove away but “ultimately succumbed to the gunshot wound within a short distance...crashing his automobile into a nearby fire hydrant and brick wall.”

Arreguin, the complaint adds, was not armed and made no threat to harm a peace officer or bystander.

In their response, attorneys for the county wrote that Arreguin was approached and eventually shot “after he disobeyed commands, started the engine and drove at [and] struck a deputy who fired in self defense.”

They argued that Arreguin was subject to being searched without probable cause or reasonable suspicion because he was on “parole and/or probation.” Something they did know before they encountered him. 

County officials declined to comment on the settlement.

“You have to read between the lines,” said Milton Grimes, Wade’s attorney. “Do you think if it had really been self-defense they would have settled?”

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