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The Mad-Media Misses the Real Story, Repeats Fake News in Kavanaugh Matter

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Sunday, September 30, 2018,

The Mad-Media Misses the Real Story,
Repeats Fake News in Kavanaugh Matter

by Kwasi Seitu - Tar Baby 

   For weeks now, all that we have heard from the controlled and corporate press is a growing salacious tale of inappropriate sexual behavior that Kavanaugh allegedly engaged in high-school three-decades ago. It was a single alleged incident, yet the media have been all over it as if it the most important and only thing it should be focused on, no investigative reporting into the avo...


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Sex, Lies, and the Jim Crow Senate

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Sunday, September 30, 2018,

Sex, Lies, and the "Jim Crow" Senate:

Its the Brett Kavanaugh Show

by Kwasi Seitu/ Tar Baby


Instead of the hearings on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh being about what kind of judge he has been, the focus of the Senate Committee has been on everything but his judicial record, Republican and Democrats playing their roles to make it so. While Republicans planned on a quickie "confirmation," to which the Democrats apparently agreed to co...


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Welcome to 2018: Armegeddon Time for AmeriKKKa

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Monday, January 1, 2018,

Welcome in 2018: Armageddon Time for Making AmeriKKKa Great Again

   2017 was an incredible year in AmeriKKKa for retardation and racism, after 8-years of the unexpected existence of a black man as president, it went back to dumb and dumber. I have to give it to that knee-grow, he saved not only the big house, but the whole plantation after Dumb "W" set it on fire, as an abolitionist I was not happy with that knee-grow. So, here 2017 begins with the crowning of Dumber, Donald "Dumb-a...


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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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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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Racism: Libyan Rebels Anti-Black

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Tuesday, March 8, 2011, In : Current World Events 

March 8, 2011

The image of the little black boy being in the clutches of a bunch of armed racist, with a gun up against the back of his head, while an apparent Alpha racist questions and threatens him, you can see it in the child’s eye, in his stare. I am not talking about some little black boy caught in the clutches of the Ku Klux Klan, but a little black boy in the hands of murderous racist “rebels” in Libya, as photographed by a Reuters’ photographer and appeared in the New York T...


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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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Allowing Our Oppressor to Set Our Goals

Posted by Kwasi Seitu on Thursday, December 30, 2010, In : Political Imprisonment 
"Am I not a man and brother"  is the question placed in the mouth of the slave, begging his enslaver for an answer the rightly can only come from himself, therefore, the answer is that "I am a Man" and a real "Soul Brother."

In this the 44th year since black folk in Amerikkka began a more substantive return to our roots with the initial celebrations of Kwanzaa, it is most appropriate that we focus on the most important principle within the Nguzo Saba, and that is Kujichagulia / "self-determina...

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