Revolt of the Savages (excerpt from Green Anarchy)

Good read… I have to find this book…

“In ‘The Rising of the Barbarians’ (Green Anarchy #13), the author lays out very clearly his influences for his ‘revolutionary perspective’ in order to draw out exactly where his lines of solidarity lie. I can respect his clarity on the subject, but I think it demands an equal response on my own part. Continue reading

8 African heroes who led massive slave rebellions in the Caribbean but are less celebrated – Face2Face Africa

I didn’t know about a bunch of these….

A little over the past decade, the stories of powerful kings and queens who worked hard at building powerful kingdoms and sustaining them for centuries have been unearthed to redefine the history of Africa as opposed to what has been fed to the masses by the West for several decades.

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How White MSM Protects White Rioters During George Floyd Protest

(M)ass Media is not to be trusted in any matters…

Throughout the weekend multiple riots broke out in the United States over the killing of George Floyd by suspected white supremacist Derek Chauvin. But despite the fact that people of all races can be seen rioting, the mainstream media only seems to keep its focus on the black rioters while protecting the white rioters.

via (3) How White MSM Protects White Rioters During George Floyd Protest – YouTube

Scholars focus on the Arab trans-Saharan slave trade

Scholars from universities in and outside Africa gathered in the Nigerian city of Calabar recently to examine the role of Arab merchants in the trans-Saharan slave trade, which lasted for 17 centuries. For various reasons, the trans-Saharan slave trade – unlike trans-Atlantic slavery – is under-studied. Continue reading

Story of Ghanaian Slave Woman Who Led the Biggest Slave Revolt in The West Indies In 1733


There are tons of stories like this but u can’t expect YT to teach you about them…

When slavery is discussed in the media and is taught in schools, very little is mentioned of the strong and fierce resistance which Africans put up against the slavers and their accomplices. The bravery of African ancestors is often swept under the rug so that the new and coming generations would have a picture of weak and defeated ancestors. Continue reading

Why Have So Many People Never Heard Of The MOVE Bombing?

It’s a shame how much many of us don’t know about our history in the wilderness of AmeriKKKa…

After my stories last week on the 30th anniversary of the MOVE siege in West Philadelphia in 1985, in which Philadelphia police dropped a bomb on a residential neighborhood, leaving 11 dead — including five children — we were surprised by how many people told us they’d never heard of the bombing. Continue reading

Nation’s largest slave revolt took place upriver from New Orleans and will be re-enacted this weekend

We need to see more of this… especially the babies…

The nation’s largest slave revolt took place upriver from New Orleans, beginning 208 years ago along the German Coast area of St. John the Baptist Parish. But it remains unknown to many people, even in south Louisiana. An event this weekend could help change that. Continue reading

Remembering Joseph Chatoyer, the Garifuna chief who led the Caribs to war against the British

Another story of revolution HIS-story will never tell you about…

Tired of the oppression that his people suffered in the hands of the British due to the massive turn of the slave trade, Joseph Chatoyer, chief of an indigenous group of the Caribbean led what is now known as the first and second Carib Wars which lasted between 1769 and 1797. Continue reading