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Block, Censored, Charged, Convicted, and Subjected to Punitive Treatment by FB

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, July 6, 2017

I have been blocked from FB supposedly for violating its "Community Standards," a community as a subscriber, I am not a part of, so not only was my last post not posted, but I was suspended from posting they say for 24-hours. Not only was I not consulted as to any objections to my post, nor given any explanation as to how it violated the "Community Standards," but FB decided that they also had to place a muzzle on me for at least 24-hours. Now, anyone who follows me on FB knows th...


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Innocence Project Turns it Back on Justice for Black Virgin Islanders

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, June 19, 2017

Innocence Project Turns Its Back onJustice for Black Virgin Islanders: No Accountability to the Oppressed as a Matter of White Privilege

About a month ago, I learned that the Ohio Innocence Project decided that it would not offer the Virgin Islands 3 (Haneef Bey/Beaumont Gereu, Abdul Azziz/Warren Ballentine, and Malik Bey/Meral Smith) any help, which came as no shock to me, nor any of the three. Not because we have any doubt about our legal and Human Rights position, because we do no...


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Water Gate II

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, June 19, 2017

WATER GATE II: UNFORTUNATELY WE ARE NOT PREPARED TO POLITICALLLY EXPLOIT IT TO THE PEOPLES' ADVANTAGE

The other night I watched the ABC report on"Watergate," ironically as we are witnessing a re-run with the Duck, in less than a year after being sworn in. COMING to a television, computer, and news stream near you "Water Gate II," the sequel. And I am proud that I played a role in bringing this blockbuster debacle of a presidency back to the U.S., it was not the Russians, it was me. ...


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I am Cracking-Up as AmeriKKKa Continues to Implode

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, May 18, 2017 In : Current World Events 

   I was cracking up for a while thinking about the havoc that I have helped to heap on AmeriKKKa, everything it begged for, another idiot with no cloths. I am proud to say that I voted for this clown, he has filled my expectations within less than four-months, they are already about impeachment. (Oh, I am breaking up, so devious) When I was six my older brother and sisters started calling me "Dr. Destructo," I did not like it then, but now I am loving it.

  In under four-months th...


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The Need to MOVE Beyond Protest: the DC Police Murder of Terrence Sterling

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, September 29, 2016
    The DC BLM released a call for a protest this morning, which I did not receive, in response the murder of Terrence Spencer by DC police on 9/11, that included a “die-in” and blocking morning traffic. The same old tactics, much of which I frankly do not agree with, have led to nowhere and few people are willing to admit it. Certainly BLM has been instrumental in exploiting these cases to raise them beyond a one time news report, while at the same time BLM has used these cases to pose i...

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Massive B'MO Knee-grow Sell Out of the Black Community

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 In : human rights 
     

   From Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, to Prosecutor Marylin Mosby, to Judge William Barry, to Congressman Elijah Cummings, and now to  Billy Murphy the Kneegrow attorney that is supposedly representing the Gray family' each and every one of them are part of selling Black folk down the river. First, all that bad racist policing was going on under Blake, she did nothing until Baltimore exploded. Then steps in Mosby with her quick and convoluted cock-n-bull prosecution where the...


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Sandra Bland: the Justice We must pursue

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 In : human rights 
   With daily revelations of murderous systemic racism against Black people and entire communities in the U.S., it is easy to become overwhelmed, for the facts are overwhelming that we need to understand that we are at war, and have been for at least 500 years. With regard to the kidnap and murder of our beautiful young sister Sandra Bland, we must call it that for ourselves. She was not "arrested" since she had committed no crime, so how could her seizure be called an "arrest," there was no ...
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Justice or Else What, Louie?

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, August 31, 2015 In : Community 

  Louis Farrakhan has never come clean on his involvement with the assassination of Malcolm X and the subsequent cover-up that would not have been possible without his and the NOI's involvement. On into the late 1990s Louis Farrakhan continued to preach that the assassination was about dealing with a “traitor,” not to the Black struggle, but to Elijah Muhammed and the NOI. It was Elijah Muhammed that put out the quote to the White press that Malcolm “lived by violence and died by violen...


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Albert Woodfox: Illegally Imprisoned Since 1993, Politically Imprisoned Since 1973, And Finally Released in 2016. THAT AIN'T JUSTICE!

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, June 11, 2015 In : Political Imprisonment 
   It was in 1998 that I first ever heard of the "Angola 3," that was because Albert Woodfox was on trial for the 1972 death of an Angola prison guard. My comrades convinced me that we needed to go down to Louisiana and see if we could help. Even though they had compiled a small stack of information on the case, which I read as we drove down to New Orleans to meet with Albert's and Herman Wallace's families and supporters. The information provided little in the way telling how in the hell was...
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DC's White Elephant - the Streetcar to No Where

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Saturday, March 7, 2015

       With a homeless crisis, affordable housing nearly completely evaporated, high unemployment, struggling schools, children going hungry, the city decides that it needed to sink nearly 200-million of our dollars into laying out a streetcar, and one that goes no where. Although proposed to be a 38-mile system that would be a "Boon" to the city by " connecting various sections, as if the current bus and train system does not do so, it has now been cut down to less than a mile from the middl...
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