Life Or Debt. Choose.
"I do not deny that I planned sabotage. I did not plan it in a spirit of recklessness nor because I have any love of violence. I planned it as a result of a calm and sober assessment of the political situation that had arisen after many years of tyranny, exploitation and oppression of my people by the whites."
- Nelson Mandela
"100 Bars Of Death" - Ya Boy
"Can I Rap?" - Roach Gigz
"I'm Ballin'" - Juicy J
"Rock Dubstep Beat" - Sadik Beats
"Look What I've Done For Them" - San Quinn
"Fight Lullaby" - Diachi Diez
"All Slavery" - Mistah F.A.B.
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Neville Brothers
Israel Violates The Human Rights Of Children, Alien Technology And The 3rd Reich, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE...!
It's Simple: Shatter Your Mind, Keep A Foot In Your Behind. Repeat.
"Don't become a mere recorder of facts, but try to penetrate the mystery of their origin."
"Spotlight" - Shafiq Husayn
"Start The Revolution" - Marcel Cartier (All Power To The Positive! Season 3 Intro)
"Trap Instrumental/Southside/808 Mafia Type Beat" - ???
"Run This Town" - Jay-Z
"Epic Ninja Instrumental" - Jace D. Musik
"Beautiful Day" - ???
"Spectator" - Logic
"Mozart Vs. Skrillex" - Epic Rap Battles of History
"Alice In Boogie Wonderland" - Alice Cooper/Earth, Wind, And Fire/MadMixMust
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Brutha
Cynthia McKinney in Iran, Omali Yeshitela on Huey P. Newton, Prof. David Graber and Dr. Dambisa Moyo on Debt, and a whole lot MORE...!
Revolution Is All About The Kids. Really.
"Well, I would say this: when you move down the road towards mastery of the martial arts—and you know, you are constantly moving down that road—you end up coming up against these barriers inside yourself that will attempt to stop you from continuing to pursue the mastery of the martial arts. And these barriers are such things as when you come up against your own limitations, when you come up against the limitations of your will, your ability, your natural ability, your courage, how you deal with success—and failure as well, for that matter. And as you overcome each one of these barriers, you end up learning something about yourself. And sometimes, the things you learn about yourself can, to the individual, seem to convey a certain spiritual sense along with them.
...It's funny, every time you come up against a true barrier to your progress, you are a child again. And it's a very interesting experience to be reduced, once again, to the level of knowing nothing about what you're doing. I think there's a lot of room for learning and growth when that happens—if you face it head on and don't choose to say, "Ah, screw that! I'm going to do something else!"
We reduce ourselves at a certain point in our lives to kind of solely pursuing things that we already know how to do. You know, because you don't want to have that experience of not knowing what you're doing and being an amateur again. And I think that's rather unfortunate. It's so much more interesting and usually illuminating to put yourself in a situation where you don't know what's going to happen, than to do something again that you already know essentially what the outcome will be within three or four points either way."
- Brandon Lee (Late son of Bruce Lee)
"Software" - Bean One
"Bass" - Harry Fraud and DJ Wonder
"Brooklyn In Burning" - Head Automatica
"Wobble Bass Dub Step Hip Hop" - ???
"Five Minutes Of Funk" - Whodini
"Fed Up" - Bounty Killer
"Get It" - Julie C
"Inner City" - Framework
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings
Anti-Drone Protests in San Diego, U.S. Political Prisoners Albert Woodfox and Lynn Stewart, Activists Call For Obama To Return Nobel Peace Prize, and MORE...!
"Hillmann’s report concluded police lost control of the protest for several hours that day. Although most of the thousands of protesters marched peacefully that day, groups of black-clad anarchists broke windows, threw fire bombs and vandalized the William Kenzo Nakamura U.S. District Courthouse.
Citing planning gaps and deployment problems, Hillmann dryly concluded the department’s response “was not a shining example of successful crowd management and protection of property.”
“The ‘mayhem’ that resulted ... significantly damaged the credibility of the Police Department with the community because of the ‘appearance of inability’ to protect the downtown,” Hillmann wrote.
He placed blame both on the department’s lackadaisical response to the scheduled protests — it didn’t start planning until April 24 — and the execution of conflicting plans that “were described as being made up as they (SPD) went along.”
Officers complained they were given conflicting orders by Sanford and Kessler over when to engage the protesters, how to make arrests and when to employ force, particularly the use of pepper spray, Hillmann concluded.
He said officers were universally critical of the actions of Sanford’s spur-of-the moment decision to rush into the crowd in shirt sleeves to make an arrest, requiring officers to rescue him.
As a result, Hillmann said, everyone interviewed for his report said Sanford’s actions resulted in his rescuers having to use force against the protesters to extricate him.
Sanford acted because he believed others in command were not directing officers to stop what was occurring, Hillmann wrote.
Hillmann also took Kessler to task for not being more engaged as incident commander and for failing to adapt to changing circumstances.
Sanford was lauded for his foresight in creating initiatives on crowd-control preparation — contained in the department’s “20/20 Vision” reform plan released in March 2012 — that Hillmann found unprecedented and refreshing.
At the same time, Hillmann wrote, the department failed to integrate those initiatives during the May Day response, leaving officers confused and incident command unclear.' "
- "May Day Report Slams Police" 4/3/13; seattletimes.com
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"You Don't Know" - Iron Soul
"Diced Pineapples" - Rick Ross
"Darker Side Trap" - ???
"Terrorist" - Lowkey
"Rent Money" - Bambu, ft. Rocky Revira
"Die Slow" - Crooked I, Advise, and Dice
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Bobby Womack
Chicago School Closures, Anonymous: Genocide in Burma, Mumia Abu Jamal On Russell 'Marroon' Shoats, Alabama: Streets Running Black With Oil, and MORE...!
A Lil' Sumpthin For The Sufferers.
“The oppressed are allowed once every few years to decide which particular representatives of the oppressing class are to represent and repress them.”
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.”
"Aint That Peculiar" - Marvin Gaye
"Love You Down (New Orleans Bounce)" - ???
"Empire" - SouthSoldierBeats
"In The Dark" - Spacelyy
"Chinese" - Nino Beats
"Aint Thinkin About You"- Chris Brown
Soulpersona, ft. Deborah Jordan - "Weightless"
El Général - "Contre Attaque"
Joshua Ledet - "A Change is Gonna Come"
The Role Of U.S. Corporate Media In The Invasion Of Iraq, NYPD Execution of Kimani Gray, Frankenfish In The U.S. Food Supply, Palentinians Protest Obama, and MORE...!
$**t-Fed Simpletons Gleefully Eating The $--t That's Served To Them.
“I have defined the hundred per cent American as ninety-nine percent an idiot.”
― George Bernard Shaw
''Feel Good, Inc" - Gorillaz
"Start The Revolution" - Marcel Cartier
"Sky Is The Limit" - Lil Wayne
"Karate Chop" - Future
"Lyricist" - Vybz Kartel
"Keyed" - Concrete Jungle
"Mic Choke" - Silent Lambs Project
"Agent Double-O-Soul" - Edwin Starr
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Bettye Swann
Global Economic Collapse, Government Raids Of Private Bank Accounts, Confronting Patriarchy (Part 6), Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE...!
The Urban Legend Of Freedom, Justice, And Equality.
"You must seek knowledge. Knowledge is to know and is the foundation of all things in existence. Knowledge is infinite. Knowledge is to know thyself and th know others. Knowledge is to know your surroundings, enviroment, the nature of life and death, animals, the solar system, the universe, thw past, present, and the future. Knowledge is to know The Supreme One.
You must have wisdom. Wisdom is the naifestation of one's knowledge, the ways and actions one uses to make his or her knowledge known. To be wise, you must choose the right path, know right from wrong, and teach others to be wise and set them in the right direction.
Understanding. You must have and get understanding. Understanding is when one draws a picture in his or her mind to see all things clearly and the 3rd eye, the mind. To absorb what you get from knowledge and break it down so that you and all people will understand.
With these three elements of life, we must build a better world, teach the young and old, use natural resources to uplift the people, not to make individuals rich, but to put the human mind back on the right path and get rid of sick racist mentalities".
- "Message To The Youth And Young Adults Of The World", Afrika Bambaataa;Godfather of Hip-Hop/Renegade Of Funk
"Dub Fire" - Aswad
"Reptilian" - FloKid11
"Can't Change" - The Joker, ft. Big K.R.I.T.
"Closer To Us" - Big World Breaks
"Toast To The Dead" - Immortal Technique
"Yeah I Get It" - Shad
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Sweet Betty
Lobotomies For Dissenters, Brazil Vs. The Poor And Indigenous, The U.S. Empire Vs. Democratically-Elected Governments, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), and MORE...!
Fool-Aid: Mass Indoctrination 4 Total Pacification.
"Education is indoctrination if you're white - subjugation if you're black."
"Start The Revolution" - Marcel Cartier
"Public Housing" - OJ Da Juiceman
"Big Dreams" - Jhoozi Beats
"Big World" - Killah Priest
"Falling Down" - Mz. Bratt, ft. Khalaeliah
"Forget Everything" - Landon Wordswell
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - The 5th Dimension
Idle No More, Homeless...Thanks To CNN, State-Sponsored Terror In West Papua and NYC, and MORE...!
"There is good news in the Boston Globe today for the managers, development directors, visionaries, political hacks and propaganda flacks who run 'the Progressive Movement.'
More easy-to-earn and easy-to-hide soft money, millions of dollars, will be flowing to them from super rich Democrats and business corporations. It will come clean, pressed and laundered through Organizing for Action, the latest incarnation of the Obama Money Machine which has recently morphed into a “nonpartisan non-profit corporation” that will ‘'strengthen the progressive movement and train our next generation of leaders.’
Does this information concern you? If not, you need to get out of the propaganda bubble of your Progressive Movement echo chamber and think. Think hard. Think about fundamental, radical, democratic, social and economic change, who might bring it about and how. Ask yourself if the the rich elite, the 1%, are going to fund that. Leave The Nation and Mother Jones on the shelf; turn off Ed Schultz, Rachel Madow and Chris Hayes; don’t open that barrage of email missives from Alternet, Media Matters, MoveOn, and the other think tanks; and get your head out of the liberal blogosphere for a couple days. Clear your mind and consider this:
The self-labeled Progressive Movement that has arisen over the past decade is primarily one big propaganda campaign serving the political interests of the the Democratic Party’s richest one-percent who created it. The funders and owners of the Progressive Movement get richer and richer off Wall Street and the corporate system. But they happen to be Democrats, cultural and social liberals who can’t stomach Republican policies, and so after bruising electoral defeats a decade ago they decided to buy a movement, one just like the Republicans, a copy.
The Progressive Movement that exists today is their success story. The Democratic elite created a mirror image of the type of astroturf front groups and think tanks long ago invented, funded and promoted by the Reaganites and the Koch brothers. The liberal elite own the Progressive Movement. Organizing for Action, the “non-partisan” slush fund to train the new leaders of the Progressive Movement is just the latest big money ploy to consolidate their control and keep the feed flowing into the trough.
The professional Progressive Movement that we see reflected in the pages of The Nation magazine, in the online marketing and campaigning of MoveOn and in the speeches of Van Jones, is primarily a political public relations creation of America’s richest corporate elite, the so-called 1%, who happen to bleed Blue because they have some degree of social and environmental consciousness, and don’t bleed Red. But they are just as committed as the right to the overall corporate status quo, the maintenance of the American Empire, and the monopoly of the rich over the political process that serves their economic interests."
- "The Progressive Movement Is A PR Front For Rich Democrats" - John Stauber; counterpunch.org
"Fight The Power" - Public Enemy
"Dusty Blue" - Charles Bradley
"HeatKnocker" - Bean One
"Noire Ambition" - DJ Loo Brown
"Cockiness" - Rihanna
"I Be Trappin'" - 2 Chains, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, Souljah Boy, and O.J. Da Juiceman (Parody)
"Dirty White Girl" - dead prez
"Realest Song" - Konshens
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - The Herd, ft. Radical Son, Nooky, and Sky High
Strip Searched At School...In Front Of Everybody(!), Confronting Patriarchy (Part 4), USA! USA! STD! STD!, and MORE...!
Who Is 'Hell No Kitty'...?
"Sometimes you find yourself more at ease in relationships defined by inconsistency, anger, irreconcilable jealousy, and neglect, simply because that is what you have grown used to over the years."
"Sir Duke" - Stevie Wonder
"Stomp 'Em In The Nuts" - Thugnificent (9500 Naruto God Dammified Remix)
"Pressure Drop" - Toots And The Maytals
"The Guillotine" - The Coup
"Pot Shop" - Macklemore (Parody)
"A Change Is Gonna Come" - Baby Huey
Raymond Lotta (revcom.us), Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and alot MORE...!