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Messenger: Voodooruuts Sent: 7/11/2016 1:53:53 PM

You know most people in Louisiana never heard of him either! My mom remembered him, I was actually surprised. I asked her about the Black Pather and police stand off in N.O and she mentioned him.

Its funny how we're labled racist for being fed up with a racist society that subjects us to all sorts of ill treatment. This was good man with real hopes and aspirations that this racist society tore down yet he gets painted with an evil brush.

I aint no killer but dont push me!
Man wasnt a killer but got pushed, many are pushed right bout now

No justice no peace no racist ass police!


Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 7/11/2016 4:00:50 PM

Indeed brothah!

We didn't start the race war. We are simply tired of submitting to it and will defend ourselves.

By any means necessary!


Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 7/13/2016 10:16:54 AM

White America’s biggest nightmare: Black men who violently sow disillusionment

America’s suddenly rapacious appetite for theater about the slave era — whet first in 2013 by that year’s winner of the Academy Award for best picture, “12 Years A Slave,” and fed most recently by the Broadway hit “Hamilton” — will be satisfied again in October. Hollywood is scheduled to serve us “The Birth of a Nation,” Nate Parker’s biopic of Nat Turner, the slave who led what turned out to be the deadliest slave rebellion in American history.

Turner experienced a vision that God chose him to lead enslaved Africans and their progeny to freedom. He sought to do God’s work by cutting a swath to the heavens painted with the blood of every white person he and his gang encountered after nightfall on Aug. 21, 1831. By midday the next day, Turner’s gang had slaughtered upward of 60 white people in rural Virginia. White mobs responded by killing at least 200 slaves.

Turner was eventually captured. After his execution, he was skinned.

Slavery was outlawed 34 years later, or 151 years ago. White America needn’t sweat another Nat Turner, another slave revolt.

But it still must worry about the aggrieved black man.

America witnessed him late Thursday in the form of Micah Xavier Johnson. Johnson was the black, 25-year-old former soldier who went on a murderous rampage specifically against white cops, as he admitted to police negotiators. This model of the revenge story has existed since 1900, when Robert Charles, a 35-year-old black man in New Orleans, felt so wronged by racial injustice that he went on a murderous rampage against that city’s white cops. Charles’s murders included four officers; Johnson’s counted five.

Charles and Johnson, though separated by six generations, are one and the same. Just as black slave insurrectionists like Nat Turner, Gabriel Prosser and Denmark Vesey were 18th- and 19th-century white America’s biggest nightmare, Charles and Johnson are that to 20th- and 21st-century white America — black men who violently sowed their disillusionment.

There were upward of 4 million Africans and their descendants enslaved in this country in the run-up to the Civil War. A century and a half later, half of black men are arrested by age 23, a study said, and they are locked behind bars at a disproportionate rate to whites, which damages their ability to continue schooling and be full participants in our society. In 2013, there were more than 1.2 million black men locked in chronic, or long-term, unemployment, according to a 2013 federal report, which noted that black men suffered unemployment at a greater rate than any other demographic group.

It was at this crowded intersection of race, societal order and emasculation that Johnson, like Charles, picked up his gun. Both men were exorcising pent-up frustration with historical and systemic injustice with horrific consequence for those nearby.

In the only book written exclusively about Charles, “Carnival of Fury: Robert Charles and the New Orleans Race Riot of 1900,” historian William Ivy Hair noted that Charles grew up as a sharecropper in Mississippi before migrating to New Orleans as a day laborer. But he pointed out that those who knew Charles described him as openly agitated by the violently repressive apartheid system of Jim Crow, under which black remnants of slavery were forced to live. Charles was known to keep himself armed with guns for which he manufactured his own ammunition.

What little we learned about Johnson the past few days is that he was a high school graduate from the Dallas suburb of Mesquite, Tex., and onetime private first class in the Army Reserve.

News reports said he was a carpenter and masonry specialist who served six years until April 2015, including a tour in Afghanistan from November 2013 to July 2014. In the wake of his rampage, it was reported that his Facebook account showed he liked pages for Elijah Muhammad, the founder of the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panther Party and the Black Riders Liberation Party, all of which the Southern Poverty Law Center deemed “black separatist hate groups.” Dallas police said a search of Johnson’s home “found bomb making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition, and a personal journal of combat tactics.”

So Johnson, like Charles before him, metamorphosed into a monster, acting out in ultimate defiance against ultimate authority, white law enforcement.

After all, when Charles was found holed up in some building, police and military troops incinerated it and then riddled his body with what was reported to be 100 bullets after he appeared from the flames and smoke like some apparition. Johnson had to be stopped with a bomb.

But many white people among us don’t understand, as former House speaker Newt Gingrich admitted Friday, how it feels to watch the 136th and 135th black men killed by police this year likely because they shared your skin color: Philando Castile, 32, in Falcon Heights, Minn., on Wednesday; and Alton Sterling, 37, in Baton Rouge the day before.

They haven’t thought about what it is like to witness the deaths of black men so normalized by media — from 18th century lynching photographs, to the 1967 “Life” cover of a 12-year-old black boy in a pool of blood from a policeman’s bullet, to cellphone video of Castile and Sterling mortally wounded. It has become so common that everyone views it with all the empathy of witnessing a fender bender.

They struggle to believe that the human indignity of being seen, apparently, as only a close-range shooting target by so many of those entrusted to protect and serve, can produce such heinousness. They refuse to understand what it means to be shot by police at 2.5 times the rate of whites, as are black males, according the The Washington Post’s database.

They don’t, or maybe can’t, comprehend what it is like to know that you make up 24 percent of all deaths at the end of law enforcement’s muzzle despite being 12 percent of the population.

Instead, they’ve tried to find another reason Johnson could turn into a Charles. Maybe he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after his tour in Afghanistan? Maybe he was otherwise mentally disturbed? Maybe he was radicalized?

Especially for the families of the victims of Johnson’s outburst, he understandably will be seen forever as the madman he became. But as the best-selling white author of many sports books, Peter Golenbock, noted on Facebook on Friday: “For years we have seen the pictures of senseless murders of black men and children by white policemen. Afterwards, the cops are rarely indicted and never convicted.”

Golenbock continued, before knowing Johnson was the sole shooter: “After all these years a group of blacks, tired of this and obviously military trained, started shooting back in Dallas yesterday at white cops, and now everyone is scared to death. What is surprising is that this hasn’t occurred earlier.”

What is fortunate for America is that most black people, like those in the Black Lives Matter movement who marched that dreadful Thursday in downtown Dallas, just seek a fairer shake.

Blackistone, an ESPN panelist and visiting professor at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, writes sports commentary for The Washington Post.

Messenger: Voodooruuts Sent: 7/13/2016 1:35:39 PM

I must say I had forgot bout Robert Charles rising up. Must be something bout Dryades St as Mark Essex lived two blocks away on same street.

Messenger: Har-Tema Sent: 7/13/2016 5:21:07 PM

One of our very own bredrin Ital Imani has shared this info on his facebook. Very nice read I may say:

We must note that before the Hidden colors documentaries mainstream media, white folk were not aware of our underground intelligence or afro-centric information network, media etc.,
We are pointing out here via a communication tool of art known as collage ,that the FBI and other government departments, have sent the black cultural communities an esoteric message that they have waged a war against you, starting out with the psy-ops maneuver in Dallas Texas, this is how it went down: and how it is written upon the walls of History:

On July 7, 2016, Micah Xavier Johnson ambushed and shot a group of people in Dallas, Texas, killing five police officers and injuring nine others. Two civilians were also hurt. Johnson was an Army Reserve Afghan War veteran who was reportedly angry over police shootings of black men and stated that he wanted to kill white people, especially white police officers. The shooting happened at the end of a peaceful Black Lives Matter-organized protest against police killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, which had occurred in the preceding days……/2016_shooting_of_Dallas_police_o…

we must note that among the liberation movement there has always been double operatives, cultural pimps etc., out of the sultry womb of 2016 emerges one of the most perplexed conspiracies since The JFK Assassination , the midwife of this conspiracy is none other than the unseemly crisis actress the harlot Diamond ‘Lavish’ Reynolds one of the new cloned or puppet spokes persons for black lives matter movement……/

Note this is why all of a sudden the protest across America that dreadful night of July 7 2016
Choosing Dallas as the pinnacle of the great pyramid of conspiracy, X marked the spot…enter the Manchurian candidate Xavier Johnson. Symbol and hologram of the black cultural community, note that
1st Black Miss Ala. Calls Dallas Shooting Gunman Micah Xavier Johnson a 'Martyr'…/first-black-miss-alabam…/86979620/

Micah Xavier son of John (Johnson)
Micah=who is like God/ Xavier=the new house or house, so we have the new house of those who are like God, are being destroyed, so we see here a war against the chosen ones, a war against the new revolutionaries ,the time of the old warriors of the 60’s is over, note that Malcom X was about to take the case of the black man to the united nations before he became a Martyr, the Hopi House of MICA

we must ‘overstand’ that there is a great spiritual element to this drama also so tune in as it is your only hope in this trying hour of a grand illusion… yes I said The Lavish ghetto Queen was conjured up by the American dream and things are not as they seem, look at Hillary the witch she lied and big brother (Farrakhan) don’t
care, until they see fit… and we can do not a thing about it…
When Hitler(Hillary) Raises The ROD -against- HAM
Ok let’s view it for what it is, truth is being revealed, Hillary (Hitler) Rodham Clinton-
Kicks the faggot Obama-nation out of the oval office after he’s paved the way for the final Führer;

Yes, Führer der Nation. Gay-rights(rites) flamboyantly flaunt their false victory in parade for the world to see,fusing finally with civil rights movement Power given the Goddess ,black women lesbians on the thespian stage called black lives matter, On the heels of Marshall Law, a crack head ghetto queen being held as a new spoke-women Has made it to democracy now, Diamond 'Lavish' Reynolds: the whole world has excepted this woman as the new Angelia Davis of the black movement, it’s very sad that we have come to this point where we believe a lie, many will vote foe Hillary when it is known she and her husband are mobsters, even the FBI gave her a pass for all to see and we have evidence and proof that the lavish Diamond is a fake…but like Hillary Hitler Clinton they will not look at the evidence, at least not right now, but some place in the future they will reveal the insanity they have caused upon the Hebrew (Niburu) children in Pharaoh’s mystery whore Babylon, Oh yes they will reflect and reveal…
Hillary has one thing in common with Diamond ‘Lavish’ Reynolds? What rhyme with snitch? this is one nasty ---- what’s so funny is there were psychologist and psychiatrist explaining why she was so calm…

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 7/13/2016 7:02:03 PM

Give thankhs Har-Tema! InI appreciaLOVE Bredren Ital Iman's wordsounds.

Great minds think alike... I was just about to post the following article, which is also mentioned in yours:


1st Black Miss Ala. Calls Dallas Shooting Gunman Micah Xavier Johnson a ‘Martyr’
Kalyn Chapman James’ views are being seen as controversial.

Yesha Callahan
Posted: July 12, 2016

Kalyn Chapman James, the first black woman to win the Miss Alabama title, posted a controversial video on Facebook seemingly siding with Dallas shooter Micah Xavier Johnson.

In the video, James expressed how tired she was of seeing black men being killed by cops and said she “didn’t want to feel this way.”

“I’m dealing with a bit of guilt because I don’t feel sad for the officers that lost their lives, and I know that that’s not really my heart,” James said.

“I value human life, and I want to feel sad for them, but I can’t help but [feel] like the shooter [Micah Johnson] was a martyr,” she continued. “And I know it’s not the right way to feel, because nobody deserves to lose their lives, and I know that those police officers had families and people who loved them and that they didn’t deserve to die.

“But I’m so torn up in my heart about seeing these men, these black men, being gunned down in our community that I can’t help,” she continued. “I wasn’t surprised by what the shooter did to those cops, and I think a lot of us feel the same way.”

Take a look at the video below:

Messenger: Jah Seeker Sent: 7/14/2016 5:48:10 PM

Now here's a likkle truth
Open up your eye
While you're checking out the boom-bap, check the exercise
Take the word "overseer," like a sample
Repeat it very quickly in a crew for example
Officer, Officer, Officer, Officer!
Yeah, officer from overseer
You need a little clarity?
Check the similarity!
The overseer rode around the plantation
The officer is off patroling all the nation
The overseer could stop you what you're doing
The officer will pull you over just when he's pursuing
The overseer had the right to get ill
And if you fought back, the overseer had the right to kill
The officer has the right to arrest
And if you fight back they put a hole in your chest!
(Woop!) They both ride horses
After 400 years, I've _got_ no choices!
The police them have a little gun
So when I'm on the streets, I walk around with a bigger one
(Woop-woop!) I hear it all day
Just so they can run the light and be upon their way


Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 7/14/2016 7:05:00 PM

Yeah Jah Seeker! Love this brothah's lyrics!

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 7/14/2016 7:19:52 PM

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