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The Killing fields

As an addendum to the post  The public fool system; a plantation tale of factory farming weeds, I feel it is imperative that black people and Afrikan people overstand what it means when the Afrikans stay…” … 1,351 more words

Politics, Imperialism, Colonialism

The public fool system; a plantation tale of factory farming weeds

During the interrogation of the Orange Orangutan’s educational pick, the Democrats painted Betsy DeVos as unqualified to be in charge of the funding to continue to dumb down amurdikkklan youth. 2,477 more words

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Jamaica, Jamaica: How much further can we fall?

During a brief period at York University in Toronto, I had asked a black woman I was enamored with, why was she so in love with the modern type of dance hall music that seemed to degrade black women. 2,874 more words

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Six degrees of separation

Sunday night there was a super bowl party, held on the plantation. Of course I ended up watching it as I, being one of the good guys, wanted to see the evil empire of Sheeve Pampaline otherwise known as Darth Sidius (Robert Kraft) be defeated by the dirty birds. 1,422 more words

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The Empire has small hands

“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—forever.”

For many of you who have read the 49 laws of power, you will agree that attainment of power is not a means; it is an end.

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What the hell are you protestig for

“I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House. (Crowd cheers.) But I know that this won’t change anything.

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Hidden figures, the more things change the more they stay the same

The movie Hidden figures tells the story of three unsung black females, who helped the United States to win the space race.  The thee main characters and the movie, Hidden Figures are all touted as a crusade for both feminism and civil rights in a segregated Virginia (amurdikkka). 3,013 more words

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