Saturday, June 25, 2022

Biden Has Issues, but Protecting Black People's Rights Ain't The One

Candidate Joe Biden: if you don't vote for me,
"then you ain't Black."

In a May 22, 2020 interview on "the Breakfast Club,” U.S. Presidential candidate Joe Biden said to host Charlamagne Tha God, "If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Charlamagne responded by saying “it has nothing to do with Trump,” but that rather “I want something for my community.”

Fast-forward to December 2020 after his selection: Biden was caught on secretly recorded audio distainfully raising his voice to lecture Black leaders (as one would a child) about his inability to issue executive orders for fear of overstepping "legal bounds of executive action and use it in lieu of legislation" on the issues of civil rights; that include police brutality/misconduct and ending the police "qualified immunity" legal doctrine.

Shamefully, the "black misleadership class had backed him without regard for his very murky record on civil rights, and sketchy history of lying to get votes.

In November 2020 the legacy media reported that Biden was elected by a popular vote record; more votes than any prior U.S. president in history.

Actually, Biden intended to use his executive powers. Biden assumed office on January 20, 2021; THE EXECUTIVE ORDER to "protect" explicitly trans, and generally LGBTQ+ rights was issued January 20, 2021.

Sarcasm alert: wait, according to Biden, all succeeding presidents are now gonna feel compelled to grab more, more and more power; where does it end?

To date the Biden administration is still relentlessly seeking to have gender males, who are often dressed and made up as women, invade and destroy female sports.

Empty gestures, signifying nothing gained
The Black Community got zero support, but Biden rewarded his supporter base, which include the well-heeled Black wealth class and the politically astute LGBTQ+ with plenty of disposable cash (Pink Money).

Since the selection, Biden hired a couple of Black women, notably Ketanji Brown Jackson won her nomination to the Supreme Court and "an out gay woman" Karine Jean-Pierre is now White House Spokesperson.

How has African-American Clarence Thomas being ushered into a lifelong job on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in 1991 (by his mentor Biden) advanced Black civil rights?
Nada: It's done nothing.

Joe Biden led the hammering and shaming of Anita Hill, implying that she was a desperate for love lonely single unattractive woman seeking attention. It took courage for Ms Hill to come forward to describe (very graphically) how Clarence Thomas violated her right to a harassment free workplace during Thomas' nomination hearing. Yet, Joe Biden's mea culpa (his was a meaningless gesture) came decades later in 2019, coincidentally when his presidential campaign run was starting. For Professor Hill; it came too late.
Anita Hill: "I'm Sorry" is not enough.

Related: the SCOTUS just collectively ruled that police are exempted from reading people their Miranda rights.

In America, Black people in particular (who are often targeted and over-policed) are not likely to hear Clarence Thomas' dissenting opinion on this set-back for victims of police misconduct and violations of their civil rights. Thomas is dedicated to "radical" right-wing politics, like Biden's good friend, avowed racist and segregationist Strom Thurmond.

The immoral minority
One might assume that Miguel Cardona's job as U.S. Secretary of Education prioritizes education and learning skills like: reading, writing and arithmetic, but search him out on the internets and between his denouncing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for the "don't say gay" law; trips to Florida to tell LGBTQ kids: Got your back; it's not difficult to tell what his overriding "not-at-all-secret agenda" is.

"Our proposed changes will allow us to continue that progress and ensure all our nation's students -- no matter where they live, who they are, or whom they love -- can learn, grow and thrive in school."
—Miguel Cardona [pronoun: unknown], Education Secretary

While in Florida, did Secretary Cardonna squeeze in a trip to Walt Disney World to touch base on their shared "not-at-all secret gay agenda?"

The tipping point in the culture wars...
Disney's Animation director Latoya Raveneau, explains that the leadership of Disney "has been so welcoming to my not-at-all-secret gay agenda."

Disney lost their tax status as an "independent" country in Florida because of their active and stated gay agenda; designed to indoctrinate kids.

Mickey and Minnie are in muskeTEARS over it. Sarcasm alert: you see, Minnie's pronoun is "they."

Finally, it's not that most people don't support the right to be gay, gender neutral or even to TRY and change the gender you were born with, or to adopt whatever lifestyle you want as a law abiding consenting adult, but don't "drag" us into it. More importantly, don't try to "drag" our kids into your weird shitshow. That's it.

Friday, June 17, 2022

'Benign' Cancer: US as Global Policeman

The Warmonger's Legacy
Posted by CGTN: May 27, 2022


"When people show you who they are, believe them."
—Maya Angelou

In this CGTN documentary, the brutally cynical, cruel and chaotic legacy of the North American (USA) empire's crimes against humanity are laid out in the words of its prominent NATO/West; military, political, academic, NGO, and other insider figures.

Also presented are select heart-wrenching testimonials from the point-of-view of some of their innocent civilian or framed (planted false evidence and witnesses) victims* from Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya to Yemen.

The warmongering pursuit of absolute power and control over the global economy and geopolitics is unrelenting.

* Surely, it is fair to count those leaders targeted for regime change as well, including Castro, Perón, Allende, Aristide, Hugo, Hussein, Gaddafi, Gbagbo, Assad... right up to Pakistan's Imran Khan among the victims of the globalist plutocrats?

And why not include the regime changes within the axis of evil; like Lincoln, Kennedy; and didn't Smedley Butler prevent the corporate coup against President Franklin D. Roosevelt?

Who else was targeted — Donald "Russian Asset" Trump? Did Trump pose a hinderance to the Ukraine proxy war agenda? If one wants to find it; there is good evidence of this.


Russia and China issued a joint statement in February (here).

The statement is the antithesis of United States hegemony, which wages endless wars, regime change operations, drone warfare, assassinations, weapons proliferation, funds bioweapons labs, and intervenes all over the world on behalf of banksters, corporatocracies, billionaire oligarchs, while never facing accountability for its crimes against humanity.

Not even the heavens are immune from the warmongers base motivations and nefarious operations: for they intend to level up their "policing" game to a "Star Wars" militarized operation.

Promisingly, The Sides are against the "Star Wars" agenda.

The Ministry of Truth (Kamala "Miss Information" Harris)

The Hill hilariously (!) imagines the "inevitably" unstable world if “empires of evil” China and Russia "prevails:"

"...what would India and Pakistan do, or Iran & Israel, in the aftermath of a shattered world order,bereft of the benign US as global policeman?"

LET'S GO! Celebrating Bwa Kayiman 2022

“The thing worse than rebellion is the thing that causes rebellion.”
—Frederick Douglass

Image: Black Brazil Today

The 231th anniversary of the Haiti Revolution kicks off at Prospect Park, Brooklyn NY August 10, 2022.

Bwa Kayiman: Koupe Tèt, Boule Kay!
231 year Anniversary —
August 22, 1791 to August 22, 2022.

Hayti's cholera case against the US and its criminal proxy occupation army, the UN, was a non-starter. It was brought forward (against the UN) by left gatekeepers Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), but did you know: Nicaragua is alone in winning a court case against the "evil-doers" of US empire?

"The Republic of Nicaragua v. The United States of America (1986)[2] was a case where the International Court of Justice (ICJ) held that the U.S. had violated International law by supporting the Contras in their rebellion against the Sandinistas and by mining Nicaragua's harbors. The case was decided in favor of Nicaragua and against the United States with the awarding of reparations to Nicaragua."

"The U.S. also blocked enforcement of the judgment by the United Nations Security Council and thereby prevented Nicaragua from obtaining any compensation.[4] Nicaragua, under the later, post-FSLN government of Violeta Chamorro, withdrew the complaint from the court in September 1992 following a repeal of the law which had required the country to seek compensation.[5]"

No justice, no peace.

Now, Nicaragua has allowed Russia to stage military manuevers for the first time ever on its territory.

Nicaragua and other rebellious states have sparked a boycott of Biden's "Summit of the Americas."

Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua weren't invited, so the presidents of Mexico and Honduras, Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Xiomara Castro respectively, have skipped the event.

History shows that most empires decline and fall sooner or later. The US is succuming to this decline a lot sooner than most in just 246 years, since "the Declaration of Independence" from England.

The greatest uprising ever, which lead to the first ever successful enslaved rebellion in the known history of the world; as described by the Encyclopedia Brittanica: "The revolution was actually a series of conflicts during the period 1791–1804 that involved shifting alliances of Haitian slaves, affranchis, mulattoes, and colonists, as well as British and French army troops."

The British will lay claim to first having abolished slavery (the same empty gesture the French signalled on Feb. 4, 1794, when the British threatened their slave colonies), but often neglect to mention having suffered 50k in military casualties at the hands of the barefoot soldiers of Hayti, before their change of heart on the matter of chattel slavery.

The British held part of the island until their withdrawal from Saint Domingue (Hayti) in 1798.

When did the British abolish slavery? The Slavery Abolition Act 1833, was the UK law which abolished slavery in most of the British Empire.

Meanwhile, Biden maybe should have invited China, who's influence in the Americas is rising.

"Live the legacy. Or, die as a zombie in the white colonists' great disaster story."
Èzili Dantò

Thursday, June 16, 2022

Born in the USA: Razed on Rage

Kim Phúc, Trảng Bàng, Massacre, War crimes, Vietnam
Nick Ut/AP

The other other elephant in the room that never gets addressed when discussing the prevalence of mass shootings in 'murica: the cowboy culture of violence; where the "exceptionalism" of the USA makes it A-ok to have different rules (no accountability) for their criminals and illegal actions in the world. Especially, in the proliferation of armed violence, weapons sales, preemptive wars, and mass genocide. Evidently, that topic is to be ignored, and by default is taboo.

Dr Mercola writes:



Thoughts, emotions and a variety of environmental factors play into the manifestation of violence, but mental illness by itself cannot account for the massive rise in mass murder — unless you include antidepressants in the equation. Yet even when mental health does enter the mass shooter discussion, the issue of antidepressants, specifically, is rarely mentioned. 

The fact is, depression per se rarely results in violence. Only after antidepressants became commonplace did mass shootings take off, and many mass shooters have been shown to be on antidepressants."