Former Coworker Of George Floyd & Derek Chauvin Speaks Out, Says The 2 Men ‘Bumped Heads’

Sounds like murder one to me…. ya know premeditated and all…

A former coworker of George Floyd and Derek Chauvin is now speaking out confirming previous reports that the men knew each other from working at the same Minneapolis nightclub. Continue reading

Videos Show Cops Slashing Car Tires at Protests in Minneapolis


I’m not surprised because LE aka the Blue Klux Klan are the biggest gang of thugs around….

After long nights of tear gas and rubber bullets, some protesters, news crews, and medics in Minneapolis last weekend found themselves stranded: The tires of their cars had been slashed. Continue reading

White Extremists Terrorize and Loot: 14 Videos of Destruction Black People Will Be Blamed For

I’m suprised Viacom/BET let this article slip thru….

As peaceful protests continue in response to the police killing of George Floydand Brenona Taylor, non-violent demonstrations have been infiltrated by white extremists hellbent on destroying property, vandalizing businesses, torching police cars and leaving the blame with the Black community. Continue reading

Chicago Cops Use Social Media to Track Grieving Families of Gunshot Victims

Only naive people are surprised…..

It was below freezing in Chicago on December 12, 2017 when a 23-year-old man was fatally shot in the abdomen while standing on the sidewalk. In the days following the victim’s death, the Chicago Police Department (CPD) gathered information about the victim on social media. Documents obtained by OneZero indicate that the CPD also went one step further, collecting social media content from individuals who were publicly mourning and grieving for the loss of the 23-year-old man. “I can’t stop crying…” one of the posts collected by the CPD reads, “why would this happen.” Continue reading

Colonial Frontier Massacres researchers add dozens of sites to map of Aboriginal killings

A painting shows armed fighting between the expedition and Aboriginal people.

They kill us off wherever they go… who are the real savages?

Researchers behind the Colonial Frontier Massacres project, documenting the slaying of at least 8,400 mainly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by colonists between 1788 and 1930, have added 53 new sites to its map. 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

“The favela (slum) is a field of extermination of black people,” says Rio-based community leader

All ghettos and favelas are designed to kill us off without most of the public noticing…. as in Brazil as it is in AmeriKKKa….

When I first starting researching the history of brothers and sisters in Brazil at the end of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st, I honestly thought titles of books by the great Abdias do Nascimento such as Brazil: Mixture or Massacre or The Genocide of the black Brazilian were exaggerations. Now, nearly two decades later, I see these books as the grim prognosis of a reality that has been in the works for more than a century. The more I dig, the more I find evidence that the extinction of the black Brazilian is an ongoing work in progress. Continue reading

8 Successful and Aspiring Black Communities Destroyed by White Neighbors

After all the hubbub about the Watchmen series premiere and it’s depiction of the Tulsa Black Wall Street Massacre, I figured folks needed to know it and Rosewood were not isolated events….

Atlanta Race Riot (1906)

When the Civil War ended, African-Americans in Atlanta began entering the realm of politics, establishing businesses and gaining notoriety as a social class. Increasing tensions between Black wage-workers and the white elite began to grow and ill-feelings were further exacerbated when Blacks gained more civil rights, including the right to vote. Continue reading