Revealed: FBI investigated civil rights group as ‘terrorism’ threat and viewed KKK as victims

Because they know who the real terrorists are, they just don’t care as long as they have the complexion for protection….

The FBI opened a “domestic terrorism” investigation into a civil rights group in California, labeling the activists “extremists” after they protested against neo-Nazis in 2016, new documents reveal. Continue reading

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Violent Anti-African Race Riot Rocks Israel, Black Men and Women Beaten


Not surprised by violent Ashkenazis…. not one bit….

Violence surged in the streets of Tel Aviv as a 1000-strong protest against African immigrants seeking asylum in Israel turned violent.

Residents of a low-income Tel Aviv neighbourhood descended to the streets, waving Israeli flags and chanting “Deport the Sudanese” and “Infiltrators get out of our homes” to protest against the increase of African migrants moving into the area and the country. Continue reading

Lyor Cohen Exposed ¦ Eric Benet Calls Out Rappers: Is music “just entertainment”? [Full Show] – YouTube

The Yanadameen Godcast responds to the “backlash” from viewers to the previous episode where Lord Jamar stated that Michael Jordan has been rumored to have invested in prisons and he’s never denied it (0:46), as well as the storm around the Charlamagne rape accusations (9:08). Lord Jamar also breaks down how there seems to be an attempt to circumvent Black people and elevate Eminem imto G.O.A.T. status in rap (19:44) Continue reading

Charges dropped against fired Atlanta cop who murdered unarmed black man

Social activists and family members are outraged after charges were dropped against a fired White Atlanta cop who shot an unarmed Black suspect in the head.

The tragic death of Deravis Caine Rogers, 22, came at the hands of James R. Burns, who was working off-duty as a courtesy officer at an Atlanta apartment complex. At the time, there were a string of car break-ins in the area, and frustrated residents were on guard against thieves. Someone reported Rogers as a suspicious person in the area and called the police. When police backup arrived, Burns was one of the responding officers. Continue reading

US Airman Michael Giles’ 25 Year Sentence Is Proof That Stand Your Ground Does Not Apply To Black People

Laws are made to empower them and regulate us… smh

Another white man has invoked the “stand your ground” or “shoot first” law, this time in Clearwater, Florida, to justify the fatal shooting of a Black man and claim self-defense. The killing is yet another reminder that Stand Your Ground has not worked for Black people, as the conviction of a Black airman who shot and injured another man in self-defense shows. Continue reading

Bad policing, bad law, not ‘bad apples,’ behind disproportionate killing of black men

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smmfh I’m not suprised by this BS idea… why would u expect them to tell on themselves and WS in general….

Killings of unarmed black men by white police officers across the nation have garnered massive media attention in recent years, raising the question: Do white law enforcement officers target minority suspects?
An extensive, new national study from the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers University-Newark reveals some surprising answers. Analysis of every use of deadly force by police officers across the United States indicates that the killing of black suspects is a police problem, not a white police problem, and the killing of unarmed suspects of any race is extremely rare. Continue reading

Former Metro officers: video of Hambrick shooting isn’t enough p – WSMV News 4

check the site for a press conference video… Sadly this is nothing new…

Three former Metro Police officers, all trained on the deadly use of force, said that the video showing the shooting of 25-year-old Daniel Hambrick by a Metro Police officer isn’t enough proof to show that deadly force was necessary. Continue reading

Louisiana Man, Armando Frank, Lost His Life Via a Chokehold for Asking ‘Reasonable Questions’ About Warrant  

Armando Frank

A routine arrest proved fatal for a Louisiana man who officers wrestled off a tractor and choked while serving an outstanding warrant last year in an incident experts say constitutes police excessive force.

Footage of the incident, obtained by The Advocate, shows officers grow visibly frustrated with 44-year-old Armando Frank, who refused to hop down from a Walmart tractor when police arrived to serve a warrant for his arrest in October 2017. Frank’s arrest reportedly stemmed from minor charges picked up from a previous dispute with neighbors. Continue reading