Truth Continuum: Netflix’s Nonsense about Norman Butler, One of Three Men who Killed Malcolm X


I knew this series would be BS especially since why would Netflix GAF about “Black” liberation….

By Karl Evanzz

By now many of you are aware of the Netflix series about the assassination of Malcolm X, or more specifically, who allegedly killed him. The series aims to identify who actually pulled the triggers as opposed to the far more troubling question of who wanted him dead and why. Continue reading

Triggerfish Launches Free Online Course For Aspiring African Animators

This is pretty dope… and they are doin something coming out on Netflix!! I knew nothing of South Africa’s animation work but I’ll definitely look into this… when I got time lol

As Africa’s animation sector booms, the continent’s largest animation studio has launched a new initiative to spur it on. South Africa’s Triggerfish has created a free online course, Triggerfish Academy, to help budding artists understand what it means to work in animation, and encourage them to join the industry. Continue reading

Kodak Black vs T.I./ The Notre Dame Fire/ play Hip-Hop Government Game

Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #013

In today’s episode of The Yanadameen Godcast with Lord Jamar and Rahh Digga, the co-hosts discuss current events. They speak on the T.I. and Kodak Black’s beef, and debate about the fire that happened in Notre Dame. They also play a “Hip-Hop government” game. Continue reading

How to Beat Geoblocking and Access Content from Anywhere

If you follow the news about internet privacy and freedoms, then you will have heard a lot of discussion recently about geoblocking. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, it refers to the restriction of access to web content based on a user’s location. In other words, it means that some websites will be available in the US but not Canada, or that you will be restricted to using a different version of a site when you access it from China than when you access it from Sweden. Continue reading

Yanadameen #13 – Origins of EASTER, S. AFRICAN PRES takes land from WHITES

Yanadameen Godcast episode #013

0:00 – 2:29 Intro + Today’s mathematics
2:30 Origins of Easter and etymology
11:51 Mythology behind April Fools Day
14:49 Is gun control debate using the same tactic of “trickery”?
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Netflix has quietly throttled AT&T and Verizon users’ video streams for more than five years

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So much for net neutrality…

Netflix has confirmed that for more than five years now, it has quietly throttled video streams at 600 kilobits-per-second for most wireless carriers around the world including AT&T and Verizon.
The issue arose last week after T-Mobile CEO John Legere called out AT&T and Verizon for throttling its customers’ Netflix streams. As it turns out, he was half right – the streams were being throttled – but Netflix was responsible for the move, not the carriers.
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Netflix Drops First Trailer for 1970s NYC-Set Hip-Hop Music Drama

Here it is! Netflix has dropped the first trailer for Baz Luhrmann's music-driven 1970s-set drama series, "The Get Down," which will follow a rag-tag crew of South Bronx teenagers in a broken down and beaten up, violent New York City at the brink of bankruptcy, which gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco – a story told through the lives and music of the South Bronx kids who changed the city, and the world… forever.
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