On the first Tuesday in November, there will be many very close, hotly contested, contentious elections for among other things, control of the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as several very high profile Gubernatorial races all throughout the country. These elections are said to be very crucial for the future direction of America. And of course, anything that is crucial for the future of America is also crucial for the future of Black people since America itself was built on the backs of the oppressed, with the most oppressed being people of Afrikan descent in America. This is only magnified by the fact that under the presidency of Donald J. Trump, the white supremacist agenda that has been so omnipresent historically has intensified, creating an environment of chaos and tension that I have never seen throughout my years on this earth. But even with all of the divisions being situated in the forefront of these tumultuous times, most of which were created by white supremacy, there is one division that shows itself to be alive and well, and always resurfaces during these times that doesn’t quite get the same attention; the division between “voter” and “non-voter” within Black society.
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Although I tend to write about racism/white supremacy within the context of it being a system, it must never go unmentioned that a system is nothing without flesh and blood people who practice and promote the ideals that the system is based on. It is simply not accurate to think of the system of white supremacy as some faceless machine which runs without people who fervently believe in its tenets passionately practicing it, promoting it and funding it. And in a system as wide ranging and all-encompassing as racism/white supremacy, it is no surprise that it is some of the most powerful, wealthy and influential people in society who are responsible for providing the resources that are intended specifically to strengthen white supremacy, so that it not only remains the dominant social, political and economic system in existence, but so that it becomes even more powerful, more deadly, and more stringently oppressive than ever before.
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On the evening of Thursday, October 18, 2018, I attended the Philadelphia screening for the new documentary film Race War, directed by Jason Black a.k.a. “The Black Authority”. Jason Black is the host of the BlackChannel.net radio program, where he consistently provides very insightful, no-nonsense commentary on current events and strategy from a Black liberation minded or as he says, “Black first” perspective. He is also the director of two other documentaries, 2015’s 7AM, which focuses on Black economic oppression, and 2017’s Gentrified: Ethnic Cleansing American Style, which focuses on the ongoing systematic location displacement of Black people from urban cities throughout America. The new film Race War extensively covers the powerful resurgence and mainstreaming of open, militant so-called “white nationalism” and the efforts to ramp up the oppression of Black people among those who practice, promote and maintain white supremacy. These efforts are multi-pronged and the attacks upon Black people are being launched in multiple facets, most of which are thoroughly covered in the documentary. The question that constitutes the running theme of the documentary, and which the documentary attempts to answer is simply, “Are we in a race war?”.
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There are many nauseating and anger inducing aspects to the system of racism/white supremacy. But one of the most nauseating aspects is the tendency of suspected white supremacists to somehow lay claim to some sort of victimhood due to their whiteness. Laying claim to any sort of victimhood due to whiteness is a common white supremacist tactic that is used whenever their sense of entitlement to universal dominance is challenged in any way. These claims may be expressed, for instance, in the form of whites complaining about so-called “political correctness”, which is a common white supremacist complaint whenever a suspected racist receives criticism or comes under fire for a racist or “politically incorrect” comment, or any racist action that perhaps may have gone unchallenged in the past.
These claims to victimhood are also expressed in the idea that laws or programs that are supposed to mandate that other people aside from whites are to be given opportunities for decent education or employment, programs such as affirmative action, are some sort of plot to destroy the white race, or to unjustly supplement non-whites at the expense of whites. It can not be understated that we are in a world where Black people have been historically systematically denied such access to opportunities, with this denial even being codified into written law at one point. This complaint tends to be made by suspected white supremacists even in spite of the fact that there are whites (white women and homosexuals specifically) who are statistically some of the greatest beneficiaries of these programs. These claims to victimhood are also expressed, for instance, in the idea that public assistance (a.k.a. “welfare”), is a program that “lazy minorities” (dog whistle code word for Black people) abuse to take money from “hard working whites”, when again, the majority of recipients who benefit from these public assistance “welfare” programs would be classified as white.
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A few times throughout my writings on this website, I have written about the threat of genocide against Black people at the hands of the chief enemy against our survival, those classified as white who subscribe to racism/white supremacy. I have attempted to use the information available, as well as historical evidence of the many genocidal campaigns that have been enacted by the white supremacists against non-white people throughout history, to support my argument that the ultimate goal of many of those who subscribe to racism/white supremacy is to eliminate any threat to perpetual white dominance and genetic survival, and to eventually eliminate the greatest threat, Black people. One would argue that for those with the greatest genetic vulnerability, that eliminating those who pose as threats to their genetic survival is beyond a simple goal, that it is a deep instinctual urge. The Grandcestor Dr. Frances Cress Welsing consistently taught that the main impetus for racism/white supremacy is white fear of genetic extinction, and in my view, there are few measures that white supremacists will not employ in order to do whatever it is that they can to ensure the genetic survival of the white race. There is plenty of evidence to support this assertion. In fact, one of the most common codes within white supremacist culture is the code 14/88, a code that one will see again and again if one were to take time to study deeply into white identity extremism. 14/88 is essentially a declaration, a white supremacist battle cry that confirms Dr. Welsing’s theory.
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On 10/1/18, I had the pleasure of appearing on Black Talk Radio News with host Scotty Reid in a lengthy discussion segment concerning my article, What Should We (Black Victims of Racism/White Supremacy Call Ourselves. It was an honor to take part in this very constructive discussion on a Black owned, independent media platform such as Black Talk Radio. Please take a listen.
Here is a link to the podcast.
Osei, 21st Century Race Man
On September 26th, 2018, Actor, Comedian and former entertainment icon Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3 to 10 years, after being found guilty for assault charges relating to his sexual involvement with a woman named Andrea Constand. Although many of us have very strong opinions on the particulars of this case, and whether Mr. Cosby should have been convicted of wrongdoing or not, I will not use this space to debate the specific details of this case, or to voice my opinion on the outcome, or what I may believe should have been the outcome. But regardless of what I feel or do not feel about this case, I cannot deny that the photo that I have used for the main image of this article is an extremely striking image that drives home a certain simple point more than any words can. Here is Mr. Cosby, who came from a particularly rough section of my hometown, Philadelphia, PA, to first become a wildly successful stage comedian and television and film actor. He was once dubbed as “America’s Dad” for his role on the legendary, iconic series The Cosby Show, and he is responsible for so many constructive, life affirming images of people classified as Black in the field of entertainment. He amassed a tremendous amount of money and acquired a lot of perceived power within the field of entertainment, as well as what is described as the Black community. He goes from those lofty heights to being labeled as a “violent sexual predator” by the suspected racist judge Steven O’Neill, being led away in handcuffs, just like some of the Black men and women that he once wagged his finger at and chastised in public, with his head down, looking about as distraught as one can possibly look, into a maximum security prison, which houses violent criminals, to serve a 3 to 10 year sentence at 81 years of age.
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