anti-nucleaRist bloG #171/ 18 Dec 2013
Really police-State statism NSA & Black Panther Party History
The Black Panther party and the Democratic Party Machine of Chicago was a one-sided anti-Democratic police-state affectation of Plutocracy– of the late1960’s– and the civil-Rights/ Human Rights, affectations, a coalition Movement of all the people in olde-Republic USA. The Panther Party tried the pragmatism of “discipline” and information of the best most adjunctive books, theories placed forward, and amalgamated from centuries of oppression and digression because evidently, “neo-Colonialism” was more important, and not more repressed. The afro-Americanism of new-Rome Africanism is coupled w “pan-Africanism” and our integrated racialist’ appraisal, the acculturaluralization is also theirs. These social-Factors, to my investigations, thru research seem most consternately what should be taught in high-Schools the country overly for less pretensions than megalomaniacal society or everywhere police-State.
[see: stories on Berkeley-Oakland in nUkiEmOLe dot org] “R”
“A real historian would listen to Fred’s speechifying, his denunciation of black capitalism, and note that he and many others were wearing badges with Mao on their hats. A real historian would ask what material the party members covered in the mandatory political education classes Fred talks about more than once. I taught many of those classes in 1969 and 1970 at Madison St. and a couple other places.
We studied the Communist Manifesto, and Lenin’s “The State” along with the autobiography of Malcolm X, and Soul on Ice? We read from Basil Davidson, Daniel Mannix and Malcolm Cowley on the trans-Atlantic trade in the same sessions with parts of Mao’s old red book. We covered Che Guevara and Amilcar Cabral and Franz Fanon. We debated more than once whether slavery gave birth to racism or the other way around, and whether socialism would eliminate racism. Probably not, we decided, but it would be a good start.
A real historian would note that one of the BPP’s ten points was changed from “We want an end to the robbery by the white man of our black communities” to “We want an end to the robbery by the capitalist of our black communities?” and ask why. Not Peniel Joseph. Not Skip Gates. And not Dr. Jakobi Williams either. All Williams has to say about our party’s anti-capitalist and pro-socialist stand is the flat out lie that we didn’t much care for it. Dr. Williams will utter the words “socialist” and “class struggle” when those interviewing him utter them first. But his book and its omissions on this score speak volumes.”
From the Bullet to the Ballot: An Unfavorable Review of a Work on the Black Panther Party
Wed, 12/11/2013 – 13:02 — Bruce A. Dixon BAR
Today, struggles against “social-Injustice” commands our presence for capital-Punishment to illegal-Wars, but how come not capital-Totalitarian. No social-Justice. Today chemical and plutocratic-contaminations are impermeable. Today, there is no Supreme Court w an adversity for prescience w.i. accountability and law. Theirs is non-Accountability and wholesale rip-off by egregious curriculum of inadverstency for usury—anyhow. However, there is a demeanor of Empire oddity instead of Justice and national ‘court’ for Justice w Laws. Whether national or regional, traditions of laws are never profound when accosted ‘abatement’ is the major resolve maintaining edifice! This enactment of deifice w.o. laws, altho some may be interpreted, the Executive Anarchy Office pushes the weight of dictatorial Methodism. The constitution was nice. We, all need a new one or the Bill of Rights accounted w arrests. “R”
“The Euro-Atlantic region, which includes the United States, all the countries of Europe, and Russia is home to more than 95 percent of all the nuclear weapons on earth, four of the five declared nuclear weapon states in the NPT, and nine of the fourteen states in the world with nuclear weapons on their territory (namely the US, Russia, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Belgium and the Netherlands).
While the likelihood of a devastating conventional or nuclear conflict in the Euro- Atlantic region has dramatically declined, it is a region still scarred by the experience of 20th century conflict and by a deep and persisting legacy of Cold War mistrust.
Cold War–era security concepts and many of their associated weapons and military postures continue to dominate. In particular, the currency of nuclear deterrence and mutual assured destruction continues in circulation. Large strategic nuclear forces remain deployed on prompt launch, ready to be fired in minutes; thousands of tactical nuclear weapons are still stockpiled in Europe; and a decades-old missile defence debate remains stuck in neutral. In addition, new security challenges associated with prompt-strike forces, cyber-security, and space remain contentious and inadequately addressed. The status quo is dangerous and potentially destabilizing, undermining the trust ￼necessary for cooperative efforts to meet emerging security threats in Europe and ￼across the world.
Our publics are paying the price. In addition to raising their security risks, the current situation increases the costs of defence and misdirects resources [ ] from fiscal demands, domestic priorities and other emerging security challenges and threats. In the area of nuclear weapons alone, the looming price tag in the region is at least $500bn.1
￼We do not pretend that a new and improved security climate in the region would save all this expenditure but over time the savings could be substantial — and they could multiply in the non-nuclear areas of security policy.”
European Leaders Call for a New Approach to Security
Tues. 17 Dec 2013 http://www.europeanleadershipnetwork.org/medialibrary/2013/12/16/a803ee9e/BMS%20Group%20Statement_ENGLISH.pdf
what really sucks is ‘tyRanny’ because Imperialism-is-empire which, in our cause is a constant of plutocratic-Contention
a voice from the VOId, the peace-Warrior
–notes: bLog #248 peace-People
Tags/ Basil Davidson, Daniel Mannix, Malcolm Cowley, Mao’s old red book, Che Guevara, Amilcar Cabral, Franz Fanon, national Security, Euro-Atlantic region, national laws, accountability, Cold War–era, Fred Hampton, afro-Americanism, new-Rome Africanism, Black Panther Party, Chicago Democratic machine,