Tag Archive | Imperialism

No Peace Allowed in Afghanistan

No Peace Allowed in Afghanistan

“According to Die Welt, in the first three months of the year, American servicemen and their allies on the ground killed more civilians than both terrorist and rebel detachments operating in Afghanistan. As it’s been revealed by the UN mission in Afghanistan, the absolute majority of those deceased fell victims of US-coalition air strikes and […]

A Thought About Christopher Columbus

Was Christopher Columbus an explorer or a psychopath? Or was he both? He was a rapist, murderer and slave trader. We know that from historic documents. He received money from a powerful woman in Spain and traveled the Atlantic Ocean in search of a shorter route to India and a shortcut to wealth. To rape, […]

A Reply To The Trump Administration & Their Attack On Tareck El Aissam

INTERNATIONAL CONCERNED FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF MUMIA ABU-JAMAL The following is a detailed, clear, and powerful response by Executive Vice President Tareck El Aissam to the US attack on him personally for extensive drug dealing and financial activities in violation of US law published on p. A5 of the New York Times, 2/22/17. In the […]

Congressional Letter Supporting Trump Attack On Democracy In South AMERICA

Newly elected Congressman Adriano Espaillat, the first Dominican-American member of Congress, has usually shown a sense of morality and sanity on issues in his political life. He was formerly a member of the NY State Assembly and NY State Senate and seems to be a good choice to fill in for the retired Charles Rangel […]

A Scar On The Land And In Our Hearts

A Scar On The Land & In Our Hearts Obviously, everyone is aware of the “war” going on in North Dakota in recent months. Dakota Access is building a pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois to extract crude oil from the Bakken and Three Forks shale formations. This project was started by despicable Capitalists who […]

Genocide American Style

Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
Red Cry Lakota Solidarity Project (2013) Film Review  Red Cry is about past and present genocide of the Lakota nation. The first third of the film concerns the ugly history of legalized genocide of Native American peoples. Some of the highlights include • Columbus’s slaughter of 8 million…