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Thoughts on the U.S. War on Vietnam and the 4th of July

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, July 5, 2018,

For the most part Americans did not come to oppose the war on Vietnam because it was wrong and immoral, but because it became evident to them that it was not winnable, too costly in terms of American lives and resources. Even when Americans came out against the war, many of them still referred to the Vietnamese as "the enemy," just because they fought against U.S. invasionsand domination of their country. There was never two separate Vietnams, that was a European imposition in attempt ...


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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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Obama's Drunken Knee-grows

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, October 18, 2011,
Many Black Folk Still Drunk on Coon Aid
Events over the last few weeks have pitted Barack Obama directly up against the Black community, and the Black community up against itself as many within it continue to stagger around drunk on the coon-aid that calls on Black people to support Obama just because he looks Black. First, Obama said and did nothing to stop the lynching of Troy Anthony Davis, which many drunken knee-grows argue he had "no power" to do anything about since the murder was being...
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We Fight, We Die - We Don't Fight, We're Dead

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, January 4, 2011, In : Political Imprisonment 


On more than a few occasions I have had black people say to me that perhaps I (meaning "we") should stop fighting for justice, they suggest that there is a "better" or another way. First, to fight or not is really not a choice when the oppression is being brought to you, either you submit or you fight to free yourself. Secondly, if we do not fight then we accept all of the injustice meted out on us and pass it on to our children. Black people seem to be the only people willing to do that, but...


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