Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Need for Justice

I have outlined the concept of a prison with the oppressed people as the inmates; however, this analogy is not complete. These people have been involuntarily confined having been paradoxically defined as both helpless “minors” (wards of the court) and … Continue reading

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Situation Absurd

In order to effectively campaign against this system of operation it is essential that the people dominated by it realise the ways in which it manifests and functions. It is that simple. There are those who will indulge in “black … Continue reading

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Ending Tomorrow

Earlier today, I conveyed to a friend the vision I had of a renewed world. I told him that in 11 months, there would be no more racial injustice, to which he responded “a mighty task. I just realised that … Continue reading

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A.R.A.C. (part 2) When these “clowns” (members of the A team) say to “oppressed” people (members of the B team), they are “anti-racists”, they are playing a shrewd game. (To paraphrase Mr Fuller, if they have the solution, why have … Continue reading

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Anti-racists are racists I have recently encountered at least two female Europeans, who have claimed to be “anti-racists”, which I imagine reflected their leftist leanings. There was also another European I encountered whilst inside that seemed to suppose that she … Continue reading

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shattering silence

It makes no sense to wait for members of the oppressor group to “speak out” against the system because, the fact it still is in existence says enough. It is not ENOUGH that these so-called “race-traitors” “TRY” to deal with … Continue reading

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renaissance rebirth

I was recently listening to Rabbi Arthur Waskow exploring a passage from Isaiah which is routinely read at Yom Kipper, presumably a Jewish celebration. In this talk, he relayed the story of a Lion that stormed a liturgy with ferocious … Continue reading

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