Category Archives: Political and Ideological Issues

King and Huey P Newton: a Common legacy of struggle

Like King , Huey P Newton, founder of the Black Panther Party, was a revolutionary genius, possessing extraordinary courage in the face of capitalist and racist brutality. He was an organic revolutionary, a thinker and leader of the downtrodden. He … Continue reading

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Resistance Grows in Libya: It’s not Over Til It’s Over

Resistance to the white supremacist and neocolonial NATO led invasion of Libya continues. The pro Ghadafy forces have struck back today at an oil refinery, cutting off major oil revenues to the pro Western, pro white supremacist traitors who now … Continue reading

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America is Essentially a Lie

America is essentially a lie. Beginning with the lie of white supremacy and that this racist system is somehow a liberal democracy, a web of lies have been strung together to justify war, economic hardship, poverty, hunger, the vicious oppression … Continue reading

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A Peoples’ Movement Against Poverty and Unemployment Is the Answer

The crisis of the Obama Presidency at the end of the day is a crisis of governance. Mistake one, that has dogged Obama from the beginning is the fraud of bi-partisianism, the idea that he was a new politicians who … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr and Huey P Newton: Towards a Love Supreme

Huey P Newton’s memoir “Revolutionary Suicide” is the equal (and in some ways superior) to “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” and should be read and taught as such. Three themes are especially compelling in the book: the existence of God; … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr and Huey P Newton: Towards a Love Supreme

Huey P Newton’s memoir “Revolutionary Suicide” is the equal (and in some ways superior) to “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” and should be read and taught as such. Three themes are especially compelling in the book: the existence of God; … Continue reading

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THE KING STATUTE: A BOGUS CELEBRATION

July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass asked, “What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July? I answer; a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he … Continue reading

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Struggle is the Answer

Obama’s two recent successes, killing Osama bin Laden and toppling the government of Libya. Should Black folk be celebrating? I don’t think so. Obama “s presidency has overseen and done nothing to reverse the greatest economic disaster since the 1930’s … Continue reading

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There Comes a Time When Capitalism Must Give Way to Socialsim

Capitalism as a system is a modern form of economic production.It is based upon exploiting labor and producing profits for the owners of capital, factories, machines, land,etc etc.Capitalism is not a permanent system. People can change their mode of production … Continue reading

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Huey P Newton: The Making of a Revolutionary Intellectual

Huey P Newton says in his memoir Revolutionary Suicide that when he graduated from High School he was functionally illiterate and tested , measuring 72 on the Binet IQ test. He says he never accept the white world’s measure of … Continue reading

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