Is Amerikkka an Open Air prison?


Police Stats

Here’s just a short list of the victims of police brutality….

Lil Bobby Hutton, Fred Hampton, Mark Clark, Amadou Diallo, Jonathan Ferrell, Oscar Grant, Aiyana Jones age 7, Kimani Gray, Kendrec McDade, Timothy Russell, Ervin Jefferson, Patrick Dorismond, Ousmane Zongo, Timothy Stansbury Jr. Sean Bell, Orlando Barlow, Aaron Campbell, Victor Steen, Steven Eugene Washington, Alonzo Ashley, Wendell Allen, Ronald Madison and James Brissette, Travares McGill, Ramarley Graham, Rekia Boyd, Yvette Smith, Tyisha Miller, Denzel Curnell, Terrance Williams, Felipe Santos in all likelyhood murdered by former Naples deputy Corporal Steven Henry Calkins who was fired but never charged with any crime for his roll in the double slaying, + Rodney Mitchell, Alesia Thomas, Victor White III, John Adams, Milton Hill, Wendell Allen, Danroy Henry Jr., Dee-Jay Galmon, Tony Francis, Irene Bamenga, Malik Jones, Kenneth Chamberlain, Darrin Hanna, John Husband, Travis McNiell, Tamon Robinson, Henry Glover, DeAunta Farrow age 12, Mack “Jody” Woodfox, John T.Williams, Tarika Wilson, + Alonzo O’Kelly 15 yrs old + Jesus Mejia + Kenny Lazo + Clifton Lee Jr. + Robert McIntosh + Robert James Smith + Elio Carrion + John Doe-shot dead-Chicago/5/14/06 + James Deon Lennox + Kenneth Gray “Suggs” + Michael Newby + Robert Whitlow + Fidencio Campos Cruz + Desmond Rudolph + Adrian Reynolds + Rodney Abernathy + Clifford Lewis + Antwan D. Bryant + James Edward Taylor + Marshall Marbly + Cammerin Boyd + Bernard C. Burden + Tou Yang + Courtney Williams + Joshua Rucker + Nathaniel Jones + Nathaniel Morgan + Sammy Evans 49 neck broken, + Ashley Villarreal 14 yrs old, + Francisco Barva + Stanley Miller 13 yrs old, + Aaron Shaw savagely beaten to death, + Kenneth Walker + William Henderson unarmed &shot 17 times, + Andre Brown 40, + Franklyn Reid + Brian Fillmore + Our beloved brother Eric Garner + Gary King Jr killed by the OPD + Derek Brown killed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol 9/29/13 + Miriam Carey murdered by the Capitol Police + The murder of Marlon Brown by FL Police premeditated vehicular homicide + John Crawford 22, murdered by police in Ohio Walmart + Michael Brown 18 yrs old unarmed, murdered by the St. Luis police dept + Luis Rodriguez 44 beat to death by 3 Moore officers and 2 game wardens + Jacory Calhoun 23 shot in the back as he ran for his life by the Oakland PD + Keith Warren lynched in Silver Spring Maryland 1986 if the Montgomery PD weren’t directly involved they did take action to protect the killers. + Timmy Thomas 19 in 2001 shot dead by the Cincinnati PD + Ezell Ford 24 yrs old murdered by the LAPD ,he was shot in the back as he lay down complying with officers demands.

Links to check out:

The Klan

“Justice requires not only the ceasing and desisting of injustice but also requires either punishment or reparation for injuries and damages inflicted for prior wrongdoing. The essence of injustice is the redistribution of gains earned through the perpetration of injustice. If restitution is not made and reparations not instituted to compensate for prior injustices, those injustices are in effect rewarded. And the benefits such rewards conferred on the perpetrators of injustice will continue to ‘draw interest,’ to be reinvested, and to be passed on to their children, who will use their inherited advantages to continue to exploit the children of the victims of the injustices of their ancestors. Consequently, injustice and inequality will be maintained across the generations as will their deleterious social, economic and political outcomes.” -Amos Wilson



22 thoughts on “Is Amerikkka an Open Air prison?

  1. Kushite,
    It should be is life here on planet earth, this solar system, this galaxy an open air prison. I think we will have to leave this universe to escape them.

  2. Excellent post.

    The sad fact is that we have been in a war for a longtime and were never told. When Blackman hunting becomes a sport Black men need to make the sportsman hunted.

    • As was once stated before:
      In war, the enemy will present many faces, and modern warfare is fought with equal intensity on the battlegrounds of political economy, the psycho-emotional, the cultural, as well as physical terrain. The war rages on all battlefronts simultaneously. There are no neutral zones, as the very concept of neutrality has been coopted as a strategy of the enemy. In this war, neutrality for the Afrikan is delusional and suicidal. A soldier with a rifle to his head after the trigger has been pulled is in no position to declare neutrality. A slave already shackled, already beaten into submission, and been convinced of his/her inferiority is in no position to claim neutrality, and neither is his/her progeny irrespective of the remoteness in time and space.”

    • As I stated in an earlier post:
      1. Protests

      Police stations, city hall and other government venues must be protested against and marched on after every incident of police brutality.

      2. Record the Police(what do you think your cellphones are for)

      We must use our cameras every time police harass us to catch them in the act. Then we can use the Internet and the viral media to expose these actions worldwide. In their heyday, the Black Panthers would do this. They had a police watch and would follow the police with a camera and record their actions. Now that cameras are so cheap and people have cameras on their phones, it is a lot easier to hold the police accountable for their actions.

      3. Vote Out Politicians Who Condone Police Brutality

      Politicians who do not address issues like police brutality must be voted out of office. Rappers should be spending a lot less time glamorizing black on black crime and dissing each other, and more time documenting police brutality. African American entertainers and activists have a strong voice in America and they must also use that voice to fight the problems in our community.

      4. Engage in Dialogue With the Cops(not always easy)

      We must use moderate police organizations to work with the police to stop police brutality. Groups like 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement have done a lot to combat police brutality and people should work with them as an intermediary to deal with community issues with the police.

      5. Take Legal Action Against Police

      We need to take legal action as well. The best way to hurt police brutality is by hitting them in the pocket. If the police keep on getting sued for brutality they’ll be forced to deal with the issue. Every incident of police brutality should be reported to both the government and the media.Black people pay taxes and therefore they also pay police salaries. Police should be in the communities to serve and protect not to harass and arrest. The war on drugs is really a war on the black community. Black people are treated like insurgents in occupied territory and not citizens in need of protection. We need to address how the war on drugs has become a war on black males that has caused more problems than it has helped.
      Do you have any suggestions? I’m pretty much open to anything at this point. Post any links are solutions you may have. This is really getting out of hand! They’re killing us wholesale!

      • The question I asked was more rhetorical that specifically for you to respond brother. All that you mentioned, were, are in some parts been done and is being done. However, not since the days of the Decons of defense and the black panther party for self defense and other “Negroes with guns”, has the system actually cared to recognize our concerns.
        Now his-story and ourstory has shown that there is only one avenue to go at this point and its not the legal system. Are we out gunned? Yes! Are we out manned? No! But what is most important is…are their hatred of us, greater than our love for our self?
        Is their fear of “white genetic annihilation” greater than our fear of being exterminated. The art of war teaches us about death ground. When on death ground, an army will fight with more ferociousness than the enemy expects. Yurugu has proven that all that you mentioned will be at best slow in evolving, at worse summarily ignored. Many may say I am encouraging violence and for Afrikan people to die aimlessly. Michael Brown and all the others who looked down the barrel of a state sponsored and supported gun muzzle, will beg to defer. However, since many would try your solution, by all means have a strategy and a multi-plan of attack.

        This includes, if i was to offer another level of strategy…

        1- divest ourself from anything yurugu for one year ( I am not even sure we have the stamina to last that long) through economic boycott and supporting and encouraging the growth of our economic base.

        2- Get all those military vets, martial artist and ex bangers, together and create blocks of community self defense and survival networks. This includes prepper techniques.

        3- Once that network is established, move all the drug dealers out of our community, drop squad style. This includes those who are selling the Jesus and Muhammad narcotics. When your belief system does not have Afrika at your center, you are of no use to me.

        4- This is a base, the finer points can be worked out later. But overstand that the evidence of militarized police is a sign of escalating warfare against Afrikans specifically in amurdikkka and many of the population in general.

        Ask the countries Obomba has invaded so far, how not being prepared has worked for them

      • Very good brother. I actually like those suggestions. I think you maybe right. We’ve done many of the things I suggested…..and look at the results. We may have to take a different approach. The senseless murders just keep coming. It’s almost like they want a reaction from us. But we have to be strategic and smart about this. We can’t be overcome with emotion. But I feel where you’re coming from.

  3. We’re gonna be hated because we’re black and male… Bottomline! Some of us still believe in Santa Claus. If i just go along, modify this or that, change my speech, dress a certain way—others will love me. Waste of time trying to make sense of insane thoughts and practices. We care too much, a big part of the problem. The focus has been on the external side of the coin, not self-reflection. Mental Slavery did not end in 1964!!!

  4. If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it THRICE, but let me repeat it again for this discussion: BLACKS AND WHITES WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO PEACEFULLY CO-EXIST. NEVER! The problem is not blacks, but whites. As long as they are on this planet they will terrorize black people. That’s who they are as a people. They are NEVER going to change. Blacks still don’t understand what they are dealing with in white people. I’s amazing. After over 500 years of dealing with them, we still don’t believe them when they show us who they are. What is it in us that we refuse to see people as they are and not how we think they should be? This has been blacks’ problem since the beginning.

    Regarding police brutality: Blacks are now in a precarious position: we don’t have any support outside our community. Kushite, those solutions you posted are a start, but they are not effective solutions. The reason is that the problem has been allowed to go unchecked for so long that it is now epidemic. Blacks have allowed and in some cases assisted whites in presenting a false reality about us for the rest of the world to see. Black people are a joke now. We have no allies. No one takes us seriously anymore. People are not even outraged by police brutality on blacks anymore. Blacks are not players in the game, so therefore, nobody respects or listens to us. Law enforcers are given blank checks to abuse, torture and KILL black people without reprisal. The reason I said your solutions won’t work is because everyone is complicit in this abuse, from the justice system to the media. How many police officers have been caught ON VIDEO assaulting black people? A GREAT MANY! How many of them were actually prosecuted and convicted? VERY FEW. So it’s not like people aren’t recording. The problem is that the system is designed so that now blacks simply cannot win. We allowed, and in some ways assisted our regression and now this is the consequence.

    The sad reality is that it is open season on black people- men, women and children. Always has been, but now they are not even hiding it. Cops are brazenly killing black people all over America knowing that their out is saying they thought the victim had a gun. This is the golden ‘get out of prosecution free’ card. The video you posted was disgusting, but I know and expect this from white people. Black cops are just as bad. They are not on our side. They are complicit in their own people’s demise. I don’t have any cop friends, but I’d like to know how black cops reconcile being on the force knowing that they or their sons could be the next in a long line of black men to die at the hands of a white cop. Seriously, how do they live with that?

    Again, as long as there are white people on this planet with us they will terrorize black people. Any black person who is truly concerned about them or their children’s welfare should seriously consider leaving America. I am so serious about this. Things are NOT going to get better for black people. I have been warning everyone near and dear to me about this. If what has been placed in my spirit actually comes to pass, then black people are going to see some VERY dark days in America in the near future. What we see now is just the beginning.

  5. @blackmystory: I LOVE your solutions. I have been thinking along the same lines. At this point, the only way black people have any chance of surviving the new world order is to get militant, literally. The biggest trump card we have right now in our arsenal is our spending power. My solution to police brutality has always been to make moves with our dollars. I remind people that the civil rights movement was successful, not because of the sensibilities of white people, but because of those economic boycotts. Stop spending money in those communities and states where the police use our heads for target practice. Keep your dollars in your pocket and align yourselves and spend with those that will ACTIVELY work to help you end police brutality. Saying you support is not enough, you’d have to show me to get my dollars. The only thing white people respond to is money. When you start slimming their pockets, then they’ll respond. This IS the most effective solution I see at this point. The problem is that the overwhelming majority of blacks are not on this level of unity or consciousness to carry this out. Most of us are living in fear just hoping and praying that we don’t encounter the police. What kind of living is that?

    At this point, black people are going to have to protest, march and mobilize with OUR DOLLARS. That is the only chance we have.

  6. Sorry Kushite, but I just want to share one more thing on this topic 

    Related to the point 3 of @blackmystory’s solutions about militarizing the people. Let me share a factual story:

    In Detroit, there was a group started by concerned black MEN called the Detroit 300 that mobilized to fight crime in the city. They were every day citizens who wanted to make a difference in their communities and clean up the crime. Whenever there was a crime committed these men and women would mobilize and walk on FOOT door to door in the communities asking questions, interviewing people, gathering information and generally assisting the police in apprehending the criminals. You know what the result was? They were EFFECTIVELY cleaning up crime in the city of Detroit. They had a success rate of over 80% in apprehending the scumbags that were terrorizing the community and bringing them to justice. In a sense, they were doing what the police were unable or unwilling to do to find these criminals. They personified community policing. They were so effective that the Detroit Police Department lent them their resources and facilities to assist in their efforts. They were getting all kinds of publicity for their success and the group was gaining traction. People were joining the efforts left and right and the group was expanding; it was a beautiful thing. Well…..true to form, you want to guess what happened to that organization? I’m sure you already know. They were INFILTRATED by government agents and were brought up on some FALSE CHARGES. Sound familiar? They convinced some ignorant mammy to sue the organization of community volunteers for “false imprisonment.” Well, as you can imagine, the local media had a field day attacking this organization of volunteers, calling them everything from vigilantes to terrorists. What they were praising them for yesterday they were vilifying them for today. What was the end result you ask? The group was systematically DISMANTLED and crime resumed unabated in Detroit. Criminals went back to what they had been doing, with little fear of being apprehended by the community.

    I tell this story to illustrate how far the government’s efforts extend to keep blacks in a state of chaos. Black people, do not be deceived: they do not want us to wake up and improve our conditions. In order for America to function with efficiency, we must remain a permanent underclass. Any efforts that threaten this reality will see a swift demise. Any time we mobilize to better our collective situations we ALWAYS meet opposition from the machine. So, saying we have to mobilize to improve conditions is a simplistic statement. Yes, on the surface it is true; but this only works if we are either left alone to effect change OR assisted in making that change. In order to win a war you have to have a full understanding of your enemy. You have to understand their strategies and their tactics to be victorious. Anyone who knows U.S. history knows that any time blacks mobilize and rise to BETTER OURSELVES, the action is suppressed and squashed by the government. This is no conspiracy theory rambling, this truth. From the black Wall Street of the 1920s to the Black Panthers of the 1960s up to the Detroit 300 of 2012, the examples are numerous. The modus operandi is the same. So are the results.

  7. Until we come together than shall we retake our inheritance but I’m afraid that’s not up to us anymore but for the remnant. They suxeeded but we brutt this upon ourselves in the 1st place by trying to become like them. May the Most High, here our prayer & renew the minds of the Children of Yisrael that we may come with hearts as one to worship HIM from Zion. This is our faith but we have to be strong to to thru this. Take heart & trust upon the Most High.

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