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Saturday, April 19, 2014

On Masonry

Symbolic Pics of the Month 04/14

Weekend News in late April of 2014



One aspect of Nelson Mandela’s legacy is about us to realize the strength of collective power too. South Africa still has more challenges to overall. Yet, we can celebrate the end of the white supremacist regime of apartheid. We have to work in a team in order get our problems solved. Real power should be reserved to all of the people not among a select few at all. Mandela was not fighting alone for the freedom of the people in South Africa. He organized, fought and did time alongside Walter Sisulu (whose wife Albertina was a leader in her own right), Govan Mbeki, Denis Golberg, Raymond Mhlaba, Ahmed Kathrada, Elias Motsoaledi, Tokyo Sexwale, Khehla Shubane, Florence Matomela and all those imprisoned not just at Robben Island’s maximum security jail. These great people stood up for the legitimate ideals of justice and human equality. The striking Marikana miner in 2012 stood up for not only workers’ rights, but for their own human dignity. Back in 1652, the Khoikhoi (or the Bushmen and Hottentots) fought Dutch imperialists who wanted to expand the Dutch East India Company’s interests in South Africa. Today, we witness heroes like Assata Shakur, and others rejecting the actions of the Western Empire. The captives at the Guantanamo Bay gulag and the countless victims of the War on Drugs will never be forgotten. The ANC didn’t become radicalized until Mandela, Tambo, Sisulu, Ashley Peter Mda and Anton Lembede, as its first president, formed the ANC Youth League in the 1940s. Lembede died in 1947 at 33 of a heart attack. Steve Biko’s ideological views has been related to Diasporic African voices (like Malcolm X, Kwame Ture), and other African voices like Njabulo Ndebele. Marcus Garvey was right to say that black is beautiful and WEB DuBois was right to call out white supremacy and imperialism as notorious evils. The same ones who talk about forgiveness call Winnie Mandela every name under the sun when she was held in solitary confinement for 13 months on terrorism, assaulted and abused in prison. The 1980’s anti-apartheid movement was the last major, successful global human rights battle of the 20th century since the anti-Vietnam War and the Civil Rights efforts ended. South Africa is still battling corporatist neo-liberal politics. People are still fighting huge wealth disparities. There should be more fights to end corruption, restoring land and justice to people, and create more redistribution of economic plus political power.


Joseph Cassano learned racism from somewhere and he harbored such evil feelings for a long time. Also, his racist tweets were ignorant. Medicare existed long before President Obama was elected. Many of the same ones lecturing us about personal responsibility would want this man to be rehired. The fact is that his words caused his exit. He has no one to blame for his resignation but himself. Now, he can easily move on and the FNDY's EMS department has the right to not take him back. The EMS job is a serious job and they deal with saving human life. A person with racist views can easily be biased and harm human life. So, the EMS should take no chances. They or the white bigots claim to have a moral and intellectual superiority, but their war crimes (against human beings of color & even against other white people), their irrational bigotry, their imperialism & colonialism, etc. fully make manifest their wicked agenda. They are not moral and they are certainly war mongering. The actions of the white supremacist murderer named Frazier Glenn Cross describe the demonic character of white supremacy itself. We as people of black African descent have a great history and a strong legacy. We have expressed great resiliency. Our people are global too living in locations from Africa to Venezuela (I am researching more information about the Afro-Venezuelan community and we have solidarity with the Afro-Venezuelan Brothers and Sisters). Yes, many in Vietnam, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, etc. abhor Western imperialism and Western arrogance. Too many Westerners want to dominate others via an amoral fashion instead of learning from others (who happen to be non-Western human beings). There are very important issues in the world. As for education, parents should have a huge role in the education of their children. The massive successes in Massachusetts (via stronger healthcare, improvements in socioeconomic conditions, and high educational standards. Teachers teach students basic information without rigid pedagogy) and Finland (via again stronger healthcare, high educational standards, and other universal services for students) should be greatly studied, so their solutions can be tried nationwide in America. Also, in both locations, school authorities receive input from the teachers and the community. All forms of legitimate education should be strengthened and improved upon. On other issues, mental illness should never taboo for the black community to talk about. We have to express compassion and truth to each other on this issue and others. One thing that I am glad about is the expansion of Medicaid in various states. That is a good thing. Some in the GOP even opposing Medicaid expansion for political reasons are truly desperate in my eyes. 8 million people is a large number. My views on the ACA are known. I believe that it is a development and it is not the final goal. The most important thing now is keep on moving in expanding health care legitimately to all Americans in the best way possible. I believe that single payer is superior to the ACA, but anybody who has affordable health care that is real should be celebrated. The battle is not over and we just have to continue to press on until we see that final goal.



Washington has used others to promote Empire for decades. Other evidence has shown the US Agency for International Development has a large slush fund “where millions are paid to political figures in foreign countries.” Vladimir Putin is not perfect, but he has made his views known about the Ukraine issue. Washington botched its support of the Kiev coup. Many Ukrainians want to ally with Russia. The Kiev government is faux democratic government. The media has shown propaganda into overdrive to criticize Russia and President Putin in order to cover up Washington’s blunder and Western war crimes throughout the world. The latest deception is about false leaflets that are falsely issued under the name of one of the leaders of Russian secessionists in eastern Ukraine. The leaflet calls for Jews to sign a registration and list their property. However, no such registration office exists. Washington’s ambassador to Ukraine, Geoffrey Pyatt who assisted Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland in orchestrating the overthrow of the elected Ukrainian government and installing Washington’s stooges, declared the leaflets to be “the real deal.” But the Jewish community is suspicious and has issued a statement that the leaflet “smells like a provocation.” Jewish residents of the Russian territories that Soviet leaders added to the Ukraine Soviet Republic say that anti-Semitism has not been a feature of their lives in the Russian speaking areas. Washington and the same mainstream media were the same ones that said that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and was a threat to America. There have been protests in eastern Ukraine over the Kiev junta. There have been the Geneva talks. It was between the United States, the European Union, Ukraine, and Russia. They discussed about the call to end the protests and building occupations in eastern Ukraine. Buildings currently occupied by protesters were to be returned to the control of the US puppet regime in Kiev installed by a fascist-led putsch in February. The statement declared: “All sides must refrain from any violence, intimidation, or provocative actions. The participants strongly condemned and rejected all expressions of extremism, racism, and religious intolerance, including anti-Semitism. All illegal armed groups must be disarmed; all illegally seized buildings must be returned to legitimate owners; all illegally occupied streets, squares, and other public places in Ukrainian cities and towns must be vacated.” The communique wants international monitors to oversee de-escalation measures and grant amnesty to protesters for non-capital crimes. Despite Moscow’s decision to sign a document calling for an end to the pro-Russian protests, Western officials indicated they would maintain and intensify economic and military pressure on Moscow. At a press conference shortly after the Geneva talks ended, US President Barack Obama said the United States and its European allies would continue to prepare new economic sanctions against Russia. So, the Geneva talks situation was a smokescreen as a means to continue Western imperialism. NATO continues to build up its forces in Eastern Europe. Armed protesters are still in control of the city of Slavyansk, which forces loyal to the Kiev regime attacked earlier this week. Pro-Russian protesters continue to control state buildings in ten major cities in eastern Ukraine. So, the solution is independence not support for a Kiev junta at all. 


It has been almost 150 years since the end of the Civil War. We still have to finish it since the rebels are still among us. The rebels are still in various groups. Many of the abolitionists, the Radicals, and many in the Northern Army fought for freedom. The Emancipation Proclamation was limited in scope, but the Union was strengthened by the executive order. Black Union soldiers proved themselves in battle and many of the other white comrades in arms respected them. Even the limited Emancipation Proclamation was opposed by the Democratic Copperheads. Many of the Democrats back then escalated racist hysteria among workers and immigrants. So, Lincoln and others have a huge role to play in the emancipation of slaves. The reality is that I will never support the Confederacy at all. The Civil War involved more than about political situations or state issues. It was about whether freedom would occur against slavery or not. Also, the Civil War dealt heavily with slavery. It was Frederick Douglass who not only urged Lincoln to recruit black troops, but advocated that they be treated fairly and paid the same as whites. Douglass had met and argued with Lincoln on a number of occasions, including at the reception after his second inaugural address, as Goodwin relates in the chapter of her book on the Thirteenth Amendment. The Abraham Lincoln who said he was against “remorseless revolutionary struggle” in 1861 is not the same Lincoln who, at his second inaugural in 1865, said: “Fondly do we hope—fervently do we pray—that this mighty scourge of war may speedily pass away. Yet, if God wills that it continue until all the wealth piled by the bond-man’s 250 years of unrequited toil shall be sunk, and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash, shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said 3,000 years ago, so still it must be said ‘the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether’.” Abraham Lincoln was not perfect, but he was definitely better than Jefferson Davis without question. Black troops played a huge role in the Union victory. The heroic Massachusetts 54th Regiment proved that black soldiers could fight the enemy. About 200,000 black soldiers fought during the Civil War. The Black soldiers were fighting for their families, fighting for their freedom, and fighting for truth. During Reconstruction, land was redistributed and sent to former slaves. The Freedmen’s Bureau assisted black people including the Union Leagues or black militias. Many black people held state government offices. Andrew Johnson was a disgrace by trying to reconstitute the old order. He amnestying former slave owners and eliminated radicals out of the Freedmen’s Bureau. Forty thousand freedmen were deprived of 485,000 acres of land. In 2014, we see a capitalist system in its imperialist epoch of decay. To this day, the Civil War remains unfinished business, with black people making up an oppressed race-color caste. We witness the racist U.S. imperialist empire carrying out more than a century filled with pillage and war globally, brutally exploiting labor at home and abroad (while qualitatively arresting wider social and economic development). A social revolution ended slavery, so a social revolution should end capitalist wage oppression. Today, we are still fight for racial justice and economic justice too. 



Capitalism is a global system. Nations globally are indirectly or directly affected by it. We know that capitalism creates poverty and unemployment, because there must be a separation of classes and economic disparities inherit in capitalism. This poverty and unemployment is more severe in poor countries than richer ones. That is why that we see millions of blacks, Hispanics, Asians, whites, etc. being impoverished in America. The economy has been racialized too. In other words, racism has been combined with capitalism and this has sequester people of color (like Blacks and Latinos in the States) to certain parts of the economy where work is harder, less secure, and more poorly paid. Poverty is found in all racial groups and all backgrounds in general. I am opposed to fascism. Fascists like Hitler and Mussolini banned workers’ unions, banned strikes, subsidized big corporations including agribusiness, were anti-immigration, banned alternative political organizations, were social Darwinists, used lies and propaganda, etc. We know which political party uses such ideologies today in American society. It is what it is. These same people from that political party will cry "Communism" everything you will support giving food stamps to a hungry family or make college affordable for a poor student, which is a shame. Both major parties orchestrated coups against progressive, democratically elected governments in Iran and Guatemala including the Dominican Republic. Many of the central players in the Central American holocaust of the 1980’s were from the Reagan administration. We have to address issues of class in order to see the beloved community that we all seek. Capitalism is a class system like medieval feudalism. We all realize that neither race, color, religion, gender, nor education secures you from the ravages or at least the danger of destitution. This massive economic inequality is a disgrace. Even the middle class is no longer secure. We see many of the European nations that have a social democratic system have a high standard of living. Also, I am not opposed to Pan-Africanism too. All those of black African descent ought to be respect and allow their interests to be respected and advanced in the world. That it is very important for all of us to study the works of Nkrumah, Amilcar, Cabral, Kwame Ture, Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (I respect the late Dr. King's call for an ECONOMIC BILL OF RIGHTS too), and others. I will always respect real revolutionary Pan-Africanists like the hero Patrice Lumumba. I will never be an apologist for right wing capitalism at all. Capitalism is the system that gave birth to modern imperialism, which is called “free enterprise.”  That is why I believe in health care, universal education, human civil liberties, and environmental justice as well. The same corporate imperialist state that exists now existed back then too. 


By Timothy

Friday, April 18, 2014

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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They only suspended the Muslim surveillance program after it fulfilled its purpose. There was huge pressure from legitimate activists who disagreed profoundly with the unwarranted monitoring of a vast spectrum of Muslim American citizens (not just those suspected of terrorism). The actions of the NYPD (involved in this program) have not caused massive arrests of “terrorists” at all too. It is immoral to treat innocent people as criminals. Islamophobia is a serious issue in this country. Too many people falsely view any Muslim as a terrorist and we have to fight back against that perverted, lying stereotype. That program is very similar to the COINTELPRO program from the FBI where the FBI illegally monitored even peaceful, law abiding activists fighting for legitimate social change in the world. Obviously, the NYPD think that they are slick by this measure. I have no issue with the elimination of this surveillance program, but they have other similar programs in existence. Numerous NYPD members have done overt police brutality and there should be a federal investigation in their activities involving this issue too. Regardless of how many evil tactics that bigots throw at us, we will survive and overcome them. We overcame the Maafa, slavery, Jim Crow, and other injustices. Many of our greatest warriors (both Brothers and Sisters) existed in the midst of oppression. Therefore, we should all dream big, keep on fighting, and never lose hope. Once you have hope and do real action, then solutions can come. Economic inequality has been related to the drive of war. Last week, Equilar, the executive compensation research firm, reported that the 100 top-earning corporate CEOs in the US saw their median pay increase by 9 percent in 2013, to $13.9 million. We see that the U.S. media and political establishment have shown a new torrent of war propaganda against Russia. They did with conflicts involving Serbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and Syria. The media is showing lies about the crisis in Ukraine. The United States is the most unequal of the major industrialized power. In this economic slump, the majority of the population has seen a retrogression in their conditions of life. The rich and the super-rich have accumulated ever greater wealth. The increase in CEO pay revealed in the Equilar report is an expression of this process. Larry Ellison, the CEO of software giant Oracle and the fifth-richest man in the world, once again topped the list, taking home $78.4 million in salary and bonuses in 2013. Ellison’s accumulated wealth stands at an estimated $48.8 billion, more than the gross domestic product of 100 separate countries. In 2012, Ellison bought 98 percent of the land on the Hawaiian Island of Lanai, to add to his hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate holdings. Figures published by professors Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman this month show that the share of wealth of every part of the population has declined significantly since the 1980s with the exception of the top 1 percent of income earners, whose wealth has grown dramatically. This concentration of wealth has caused many young people to experience poverty and joblessness. Almost 16 percent of young people aged 25 to 34 have incomes below the federal poverty rate. By way of comparison, 10 percent of people in the same age group were in poverty in 2000. The median income of young households is $8,000 less than it was in 2000, in real terms. We saw a recent reactionary coup in Ukraine, spearheaded by fascists. They have been organized in Ukraine and they are utilized to militarize the entire region and threaten war with Russia (a nuclear armed power). We see our democratic rights being violated and the buildup of the police powers of the state. We are struggling against war.



The whole of society must be changed, bad institutions must be abolished, and real solutions ought to be instituted. Why should I as a black person stop blaming police brutality for many issues in my community when that is real? Innocent Brothers and Sisters have been killed as a result of police brutality. Their lives mean something and their lives ought to be respected. Their deaths have nothing to do with personal responsibility, but with the vile actions of perverted criminals. Many of the same ones lecturing black people on personal responsibility refuse to tell crooked police officers, corporate polluters, imperialists, and other elitists criminals to have personal responsibility for their own actions. Folks should have jobs, but many folks struggle to get jobs because of economic problems not because of inherit laziness. There must be more progressive policies to engineer more job growth. No, I will not stop criticizing police brutality, racism, discrimination, bad parents, and any evil person in the world. See, the denial of the total truth is not the total truth at all. Many innocent people are caught up in the War on Drugs as documented by the literature from the Sister Michelle Alexander. Folks are demanding change. Real Folks are not making excuses for errors. I have not made a single excuse. I have blamed a diverse array of factors for the complications in the black community though. Manning up is about condemning racism. Manning up is about standing up for justice. Manning up is about not being ashamed of your heritage and never backing down from reactionary propaganda that seeks to minimize oppression instead of confronting oppression. That is the point that some people have to realize. There is nothing wrong with self-determination. There should be both legitimate individual action and collective action executed by black people. Black people for long decades from Malcolm X to Dr. King have always exposed social ills in the black community. I have done so too in my condemnation of degrading lyrics to my condemnation of bad parents. Before many of these haters were born, black people have always taken responsibility for their own actions. I will never back down from GOP extremists, reactionaries like Limbaugh, and anybody that seeks to harm the black community at all. So, we should both improve our morality (including standing up for ethics in our community) and confront oppression. 


Social justice encompasses the ideal that the 1 percent does not receive unfair, record tax breaks and record bailouts. It means that equality is meant for all people. Also, yes it does entail a redistribution of economic and political power. For example, the serfs experienced a redistribution of power and wealth during the 19th century in Russia (in response to the abuses made by the czars against them) was not immoral. Newly freed black slaves (who were stripped of their human rights and treated in a barbaric fashion by evil people) experienced a redistribution of power during Reconstruction and that was not immoral. Even new nations developing after colonialism ended in many Third World nations experienced a redistribution of power and wealth. Their wealth was stolen by European imperialism. That was not evil either, so a redistribution of power can be used for legitimate purposes. Injustice must be solved by the use of Power to benefit the people not oppressive systems. Now, I don’t subscribe to hating those that disagree with me, but disagreeing profoundly certain ideologies cogently is honorable. True rule of law has nothing to do with massive austerity, base stereotypes, or denial of basic human services to suffering human beings. We are our Brothers and our Sisters’ keepers. Many public schools have been harmed by rich foundations, bad policies, lax infrastructure, poverty, and privatized interests. Public schools in Finland are doing great since they have a universal, progressive system. All forms of legitimate education should be improved upon not totally abolished. I agree with progressive policies to create jobs as this has worked from 1945 to 1975 (which included increased taxes and investments in our infrastructure. In that time period with those policies, we saw poverty cut in half, the growth of educational opportunities, the increase of GDP, and the growth of manufacturing jobs). The government funded GI Bill contributed to the economic growth in that time period too. The Great Recession was influenced by bad trade deals, Wall Street corruption including speculation, the subprime mortgage bubble, and many other reasons. The free market is not God and even American society then and now is based on mixed economic principles. It is hypocritical for some to want humans to have morality, but they want the market to have lax moral boundaries. We live in a mixed economy not a totally free market system at all. Also, even the market has regulations. Not to mention that many progressives believe in the free market. I will never tone down my criticism about racism, discrimination, etc. I will both promote personal responsibility and oppose injustice (also folks should be active to create solutions too).



The civil rights leaders back in the day used protests, civil disobedience, and other calls for changes. They were not crying. They were demanding solutions. Black people have every right to demand social change that is legitimate. See, when black people demand real solutions, they are exercising their free speech rights point blank period exclamation point. Tons of black people are interested in upstanding character. There are many organizations dedicated to morality in the black people. So, the skeptics are in error again. Some ignorant people want to embrace false stereotypes. Many have omitted that many black people don’t have a job since they can’t find a job. I have a job, but others don’t because of a multiplicity of reasons. Also, most black people are not on government welfare, etc. Some omit that corporate welfare are things that most white Americans experience, some have omitted about record profits of Wall Street, and the record income equality that threatens our economy. This issue of moral corruption in some in the black community has been talked about by black people before you were born, so these reactionaries are saying words that are not unique. Therefore, morality must be improved in the black community and we have to address the social conditions as a means to witness solutions working in the black community. You have to do both regardless of who likes it or not. The War on Drugs can be dealt with by changing laws, creating treatment programs, changing harsh minimum sentence laws, and other approaches. Individuals should stay off dangerous drugs, but we have to do more than advocating that. The reason is because some people have addictions. Human beings should be encouraged to not use drugs in an inappropriate fashion. I believe we have to deal with addition also as a means to address this issue too. Some folks can stay out of drugs by their volition and that is honorable. Others need more assistance. These addictions can be handled with treatment including other methods. The War on Drugs has affected innocent people too. So, that refutes the argument among some that if you are following the law, then you have nothing to worry about. Bad institutions that should be abolished include terrorist organizations, groups that are proven to be involved in racism, etc. Police brutality should be called out and it should not be minimized by any reactionary. Innocent black people being killed by the police should not be omitted. Most black people are not murderers and the crime rate in the black community has declined since the 1970’s. Only about 1 percent of African Americans — and no more than 2 percent of black males — will commit a violent crime in a given year. So, no one can blame black people collectively at all. Only individual blacks who commit crime and murder should be held accountable for their own actions. Most enemies of black society are not black people, but a system oppressing blacks. Black people never invented the ghetto or the modern system of white supremacy at all. People with great qualities still have trouble getting a job, because of poverty, and other factors. Some ignore that. I will never write that people should give you a job without effort. I did write that job creation should be sent to people who deserve it. Also, we have to address income inequality. Many people have high qualities and still are not given jobs. There are college graduates who can only find temp jobs, because of the reality of our economy today. Some ignore the complexities on why folks have lax job opportunities.




Michelle Alexander is an expert on racism. The Sister is a strong person. She is a liberal, but she is not a socialist. Just because someone is a liberal, doesn't mean that someone is a socialist. Efforts to discredit her or her views have failed. She is a Sister that works in real life to assist the poor and black people of America. Her fundamental arguments are accurate. I don't agree with Soros on every issue, but her arguments on the prison industrial complex, civil rights, & the War on Drugs ring true. She has always written why people are in prison. Some folks in prison are guilty and as she has written, others are innocent in prison. The prison industrial complex has grown, because of poverty and bad policies sent to communities like the War on Drugs, denial of basic rights for those who paid their debt to society, etc. Her literature is fully documented and others can’t offer a refutation of her arguments comprehensively at all. Also, the Koch Brothers promote reactionary propaganda all of the time. It is a known fact that racial, discriminatory policies exist in the criminal justice system. That is even admitted by Rand Paul. She doesn’t ignore how voting rights are denied to criminals who paid their debt to society. She doesn’t ignore how racial profiling has violated human dignity. The abuses found in the prison industrial complex ought to be condemned. She has not ignored about how the Southern Strategy invoked race baiting rhetoric as a means for the GOP to bring out the worse in some GOP agents. Non-violent drug offenders have been given more time in prison than some rapists and murders, so that is problem that must be addressed. We are certainly clear on manning up. Manning up is about never blaming yourself for the actions of others too. You have to remember that not all humans go through the same experiences; therefore there must be flexibility in learning about the diverse actions of people. I will not blame myself for the actions of corporate raiders, racists, polluters, imperialists, and other criminals too. These extremists are not made up of the GOP totally, but the GOP establishment typically has not criticized them to the maximum degree. That is the point. Rush Limbaugh, Nugent, etc. are in the GOP establishment in my view. I am a political independent, so that Democratic card doesn’t work on me. Back then, the Democrats were more reactionary (so they agreed with the Fugitive Slave Act, etc.). Today, it is the opposite, so the Republicans are more reactionary. Folks know this. So, I condemn any evil by any party.



By Timothy


Savant on Capitalism

Capitalism is GLOBAL, and there are no longer any nations completely outside the orbit of capitalism. As capitalism creates poverty and unemployment (more severe in poorer countries that richer ones) it isn't surprising that tens of millions of whites in America are impoverished. However, the economy is also racialized. We have what south Africans used to call "racial capitalism." Racism combined with capitalism tends to disproportionately sequester people of color (surtout Blacks and Latinos in USA) to those parts of the economy where the work is dirtier, harder, less secure, and more poorly paid. Hence you find that poverty exists in ALL racial groups regardless of "culture"), but disproportionally in Black and Brown communities. Also, the data which I've seen show that their is little difference between Blacks and Browns as far as the general standard of living is concerned. Similar levels of unemployment, children living in poverty, etc. Obviously, it is also a matter of CLASS. Capitalism is a CLASS SYSTEM as was medieval feudalism, but a more modern class system. Neither race, color, religion, culture, gender or education secures you from the ravages or at least danger of destitution. And there has been a rapidly growing gulf between haves and have nots in our society. Even the once secure "middle class" is not longer secure, and increasingly no longer middle class.

-Savant

http://www.topix.com/forum/afam/T0KNGHG6HP9PILQ0L/p4#c69


 
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