Kwame Nkrumah on Black Power

“What is Black Power? By Black Power we mean the power of the four-fifths of the world population which has been systematically damned into a state of underdevelopment by colonialism and neo-colonialism. In other words, Black Power is the sum total of the economic, cultural and political power which the black man must have inContinue reading “Kwame Nkrumah on Black Power”

Green female Revolutionary Guards will “honour the memory of martyr Muammar Gaddafi”

Rough translation by I.A Libya The Female green resistance, “the Alzafa al Akhdar brigade (from the Revolutionary Guards) are ready and prepared to fight in honour of the Martyr Gaddafi who is still alive in our hearts. We are prepared to carry out missions to cleanse the country of the enemy. We have already undertakenContinue reading “Green female Revolutionary Guards will “honour the memory of martyr Muammar Gaddafi””

Crack was born during 1974 in S.F. Bay Area

The following are a series of revealing articles on the connection between the CIA-backed Nicaraguan Contras and the smuggling of illegal drugs, particularly cocaine. They are among the first exposés about Contra drug smuggling published in the United States. They were written by journalist Gary Webb for the San Jose Mercury News in 1996 underContinue reading “Crack was born during 1974 in S.F. Bay Area”

Video – CIA Archives: Apartheid in South Africa – Raw Documentary Footage

Obit.: Edward V. Hanrahan – Prosecutor Oversaw Fatal 1969 Raid of Black Panthers in Chicago

By Patricia Sullivan Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, June 12, 2009 Edward V. Hanrahan, 88, the former Cook County, Ill., state’s attorney under whose oversight a squad of police officers raided the Black Panther Party headquarters in 1969 and killed two of its leaders, died June 9 of complications from leukemia at his home inContinue reading “Obit.: Edward V. Hanrahan – Prosecutor Oversaw Fatal 1969 Raid of Black Panthers in Chicago”

Kwanzaa: A CIA Creation to Promote Racial Separation

“Africans must stop generalizing about the loyalties and motives of Afro-Americans, including the widespread suspicion of black Americans being CIA agents. … ” – Ron Karenga On December 12, 2003, the CIA’s Ron Karenga celebrated Kwanzaa – at the Rochester Institute of Technology – a holiday that some African Americans, aware of its origins inContinue reading “Kwanzaa: A CIA Creation to Promote Racial Separation”

On the occasion of 26 anniversary of establishment of the Workers Party: Continue the struggle to achieve the goals of the revolution for freedom, social justice & national dignity

January 2 Today salutes the Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party of the 26 anniversary of its founding. On 3 January 1986, corresponding to the second anniversary of the uprising of the glorious bread, the Labour Party was born from the womb of political and social struggle against the system of employment and tyranny and persecution, asContinue reading “On the occasion of 26 anniversary of establishment of the Workers Party: Continue the struggle to achieve the goals of the revolution for freedom, social justice & national dignity”

ANC Celebrates 100 Years

8 January 2012 ANC at 100: Thousands attend celebration rally Jacob Zuma spoke of “the building of a united democratic, non-racial and non-sexist society” South African President Jacob Zuma has addressed a rally to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the African National Congress. He said the occasion was a joyous celebration for all the peopleContinue reading “ANC Celebrates 100 Years”

Omaha judge to rule on prosecutorial misconduct in 1971 COINTELPRO case against imprisoned Black Panther leaders

By Michael Richardson June 1, 2007 Douglas County District Judge Russell Bowie will rule next month on Ed Poindexter’s request for a new trial after review of six volumes of 1971 trial records according to the Omaha World-Herald following four days of often emotional testimony and 160 new exhibits. Poindexter, head of a Black PantherContinue reading “Omaha judge to rule on prosecutorial misconduct in 1971 COINTELPRO case against imprisoned Black Panther leaders”

COINTELPRO prosecution of Black Panthers haunts Nebraska justice system while policeman’s killers go free

By Michael Richardson June 30, 2008 On August 17, 1970, an anonymous caller to the Omaha, Nebraska police emergency hotline reported a woman screaming at a vacant house. Eight police officers responded only to find a booby-trapped suitcase instead of a crime victim. Officer Larry Minard, the father of five young children, was killed instantlyContinue reading “COINTELPRO prosecution of Black Panthers haunts Nebraska justice system while policeman’s killers go free”

Tunisia: Interview with Communist Workers’ Party (PCOT) leaders

Ted Walker interviews Samir Taamallah, Chrif Khraief and Jilani Hamemi November 26, 2011 — Al-Thawra Eyewitness, posted at Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal with the author’s permission — I first met with Samir Taamallah, a former political prisoner and member of the central committee of the Communist Worker’s Party of Tunisia (PCOT), in TunisContinue reading “Tunisia: Interview with Communist Workers’ Party (PCOT) leaders”

Black Panthers: Omaha Two were Targets of a Secret Police Task Force Codenamed “Domino”

Added emphases in boldface. Michael Richardson Progressive Examiner | November 24, 2009 The Omaha Two, Ed Poindexter and Mondo we Langa (formerly David Rice), were leaders of the Black Panther Party chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. Today both men are serving life sentences for the 1970 bombing murder of an Omaha police officer, Larry Minard, andContinue reading “Black Panthers: Omaha Two were Targets of a Secret Police Task Force Codenamed “Domino””

In Libya, the end of 42 years of….

…self-directed economic development aimed at giving Libyans a stake in their economy. I’m not saying Gaddafi’s Libya was a model society, but it did offer its own citizens advantages that are conspicuously missing in Washington’s Third World satellites. Margaret Coker, writing in today’s Wall Street Journal (“Libya speeds oil output but sees hurdles ahead”) servesContinue reading “In Libya, the end of 42 years of….”

PCOT: On the first anniversary of the outbreak of the revolution: Continuous process to achieve the goals of the revolution

December 16, 2011 On this day of the year Alvart spark off the revolution sparked by the Tunisian Martyr Mohammed Bouazizi of Sidi Bouzid. The flames spread quickly this revolution to include all areas of the country and ends to drop Ben Ali on 14 January 2011, forcing him to escape unscathed after a dictatorshipContinue reading “PCOT: On the first anniversary of the outbreak of the revolution: Continuous process to achieve the goals of the revolution”

High Court Allows Mumia to Breathe, But He is Still Condemned to Social Death

“The ruling allows the Philadelphia district attorney to once again seek the death penalty in a new sentencing hearing.” The United States Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty imposed on Mumia Abu Jamal, the world’s most famous political prisoner, is unconstitutional because the sentencing jury was not allowed to consider evidence that supportedContinue reading “High Court Allows Mumia to Breathe, But He is Still Condemned to Social Death”