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Republicans and Democrats Cover-up Judicial Coupe of the Law

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, September 10, 2018, In : Community 

Republicans and Democrats Cover-up Judicial Coupe of the Law

by Kwasi 9/7/18

The night before the first day of the hearing on Brett Kavanaugh, I faxed to each member a six-page letter specifically setting forth and outlining evidence of impeachable offenses against Kavanaugh and a number of other federal judges, including Merit Garland all in a single case. My letter provided case numbers, dates, specific acts, and the laws violated. I did not intend to attend the hearing unless ...


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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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Why Do We March for the Sake of Marching?

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Wednesday, August 21, 2013, In : Community 

      There was of course the “March on Washington,” which Malcolm X described as “a circus, with clowns and all, there were black clowns and white clowns.” Then, there was the “Million Man March,” which was followed by the “Million Woman March,” then the “Million Youth March,” and they have been followed with annual commemorative marches.  Just where in the hell have we been marching to, why, and why are we still marching?  If all those millions of marches where for justi...


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The Knee-grows and Holder Misdirect With Talk of Civil Rights Prosecution of Zmurderer

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, In : Community 


Knee-grow misdirection, they blew it once again, and the only thing they can do is march and spin tales to the masses

                        

I have been patiently waiting for everybody to finish reacting to the end of the show...."trial" of George Zimmerman, Zmurderer; so that perhaps we could then begin anew to engage in those conversations that we used to have back in the day, that our ancestors began the moment they encountered those demonic beings, like Zmurderer. Marching is getting us n...


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On the Murder of Trayvon Martin and the Scopes Monkey Trial

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Friday, July 12, 2013, In : Community 
Some people say that I am just cynical, but I am not, I believe that I am a realist, one who relies on material history, not myth and outright lies, I choose to know rather than "believe." A number of my friends have been intensely watching the so-called "trial" of Scopes' monkey George Zimmerman, who stalked, hunted, confronted, and killed a teen-age black boy, only a couple of years older than Emmet Till when he was murdered. The "State" failed to arrest and charge him on its own, it took m...
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Just Who the Hell Am I ?

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, May 27, 2013, In : Community 
Some people, other than the oppressor, seem to be concerned about just who I am before they will give some support to the work. Now, I do not mind people wanting to know more about me, but it really pisses me off when they tie that to supporting the work. The work, regardless as to who I am, I believe deserves the support of every self-respecting black person and all people who believe in equality and justice. It is treason in my opinion for any person, particularly any black person, to tie t...
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Do Not Leave the Change Makers in Poverty and Expect Change

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, January 3, 2013, In : Community 
The Institute for Tsunamic Justice does not receive any funding from foundations, the government, or corporations. ITJ has depended entirely on the sweat and resources of those doing the work, with a great deal of that falling on one person. From the very outset when ITJ was founded in 1998, we stepped out with cutting-edge organizing efforts to free political prisoners by educating the public. We came up with "the Peoples' Petition for the Writ of Habeas Corpus," which was intended to bring ...
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