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Happy Birthday CIA: 7 Truly Terrible Things The Agency Has Done In 70 Years

By Carey Wedler | The Anti Media

On Monday, President Trump tweeted birthday wishes to the Air Force and the CIA. Both became official organizations 70 years ago on September 18, 1947, with the implementation of the National Security Act of 1947. 2,235 more words


Sadies Barnette's Exhibition 'Dear 1968' Collides Family Snaps and FBI Surveillance Materials

Sadie Barnette‘s exhibition Dear 1968 is an exploration of family and political history. Barnette uses sketches, family photos and selections from the 500-page FBI file on her father, Rodney Barnette, member of the Black Panther Party. 157 more words

Activist Art

A Letter to a Young Gangster

By Uhuru B. Rowe
August 6, 2017
E-mail: uhururowe76@yahoo.com

Peace Black brother,

I hope this letter finds you strong and defiant in mind, body, and spirit. 1,100 more words

Writings From Uhuru

Alt Right Documentation Project (DRAFT)

RamZPaul has put out a video going through some of the history of the “Alt Right” of the last few years. While there are some things in this video I personally disagree with quite strongly, I remember quite a few incidents that RamZPaul points out here, and I’d like help getting some of this on the record, documented with links preferably, for perhaps a permanent reference page on AryanSkynet to set the record straight. 1,203 more words

Newly Unearthed CIA Memo: Media Are The "Principal Villains"

And don’t think the CIA hasn’t infiltrated the alt-meda as well. They operate Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and countless other platforms and websites…~TS

By Zero Hedge… 1,047 more words


'Mississippi Burning' - A good movie that falls a little short

I was reading excerpts of Spike Lee’s critique of “Mississippi Burning,” which can be found easily online. Anyway, I had watched the movie recently, so here’s my take on the controversy: Though it’s a great, hard hitting movie, I was disappointed to learn that the FBI agents were completely fictionalized and have come to agree that, yes, it does falsely glorify the FBI, who had actually played a substantially negative role during the civil rights struggle, and against black people generally (especially with COINTELPRO). 67 more words