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Mumia is Very Sick....Help !! PLEASE


Prison Is

A Second
By Second
Assault on The Soul

A Day
To Day
Degradation

Of The Self


Mumia
Abu-Jamal
MisTer Boy ©
Prison Is

An Oppressive
Steel and Brick
Umbrella

That Transforms
Seconds
Into Hours

And Hours
Into Days


Mumia
Abu-Jamal

On Earth A Hell Class     Planet

Dis' is what De Mark Kracy Looks Like

Thursday, December Thirty-first, Two  Thousand  Fifteen  Abnormal   Times


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To conduct its phony “war on terror,” the U.S. has vilified Muslims. The blowback from these wars has now come home. Millions of refugees fleeing U.S. wars have streamed into countries in the Middle East and Europe. This comes at a time of deep economic crisis in Western capitalist countries and has given fuel to right-wing nationalist forces throughout Europe that have dramatically grown during this period. In the U.S., that right-wing, anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim, racist movement has been most personified by the movement that has grown around Donald Trump.

Trump has justified the beating of Black Lives Matter activists at his campaign events. He has called for building a 2,000 mile long wall across the southern border of the U.S. and for deporting up to 11 million immigrants presently in the U.S. Most recently, in reaction to the San Bernadino shooting, he has called for preventing all Muslims from entering the country and has called for ID’s and a database to identify Muslims.

The corporate media has given non-stop wall to wall coverage of the Trump campaign, far beyond that of any other candidate. Among a certain segment of people in the U.S., these over-the-top racist statements have been applauded. This represents a real threat that must be aggressively opposed.

Many Muslims who have planned trips abroad have cancelled them, fearing that they will not be able to return to the U.S. Across the country there have been attacks on Muslims, mosques and Muslim businesses. Muslim women wearing the hijab are frequently threatened and harassed, even while with their children. This is reminiscent of the Nazi attacks on Jews under Hitler.

The terrorist label that has been applied to Muslims is misplaced. According to Mass Shooting Tracker, which tracks mass shootings in the U.S. (see: http://www.shootingtracker.com/wiki/Mass_Shootings_in_2015), prior to the San Bernadino shooting, there were 352 shootings in the U.S. this year alone. Of those, only one is known to have been carried out by a Muslim. In one shooting, three Muslims students were targeted and killed because they were Muslim.

The real terrorism in the world comes from Washington. The recent U.S. wars have been responsible for the deaths of over a million people. The bombings, invasions and occupations have caused failed states that have led to destabilization and destroyed lives throughout the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. The political vacuum and resentment that has been created by these wars has proven to be fertile ground for groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS who seem to have U.S. weapons and equipment and get financial aid from U.S. allies such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey.

The hatred that these U.S. wars and policies have created along with statements of U.S. politicians like Donald Trump are the best recruiting tools for Al Qaeda and ISIS.

There is a way to end terrorism. We need to bring all the troops home and close the estimated 900 or more U.S. foreign military bases that exist in around 130 foreign countries. We must stop supporting reactionary regimes like those of Israel and Saudi Arabia. The U.S. needs to end sanctions and economic warfare against countries that will not comply with the dictates of Wall Street. With the money saved by closing bases and bringing the troops home, the U.S. could give reparations to the countries we have destroyed. The money could be used for education, healthcare, housing, infrastructure and other human needs. This would undercut any organization that wants to recruit for the purpose of terrorism.

Defend our Muslim brothers and sisters. No to racism and Islamophobia!

Close foreign bases and bring all U.S. troops and equipment home!

End arm sales and alliances with NATO and countries that support Al Qaeda and ISIS, including Saudi Arabia, Israel, Qatar, and Turkey!

Welcome refugees and provide reparations for people in countries devastated by U.S. wars!




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We have a rare, one-time opportunity to get Mumia the medical attention he desperately needs. Please join us in and outside of the court in Scranton, PA on Friday, December 18. A bus and caravans are leaving from New York and Philadelphia.

US Federal District Court Judge Robert Mariani will conduct am extensive public hearing on Mumia's medical crisis and he has asked for a testimony from Mumia. Credit for this victory is due in no small part to the public outcry.

Our attorneys and the attorneys of Department of Corrections will present arguments.

Our attorneys will argue that Mumia has the right to immediate life-saving treatment for his chronic and active Hepatitis C.

The other side will insist that treatment be withheld until the final stages of the condition. In other words, until it's too late to save him.

A legal victory in Mumia's case will also be a victory for the other 10,000 PA prisoners afflicted by Hep C who have filed a class action suit.

Bus and caravans will leave from New York on;
Fri, December 18 at 5:45AM sharp

To secure a spot and for tickets, please email us immediately with your name and contact info at: bringmumiahome@gmail.com.

We will be leaving from Local 1199, 310 West 43rd street and will remain in Scranton until the court hearing has ended for the day, probably at 4 or 5 o'clock.

Court location:

William J. Nealon Federal Building
235 N. Washington Avenue
Scranton, PA 18503

When: Fri, Dec. 18, 2015
Caravan Leaving From NY: 5:45AM
Email us: bringmumiahome@gmail.com




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BLACK COMMUNITY CONTROL OF POLICE COMMISSION

RESOLUTION BY THE CITY OF

____________________RECOGNIZING THE RIGHT OF THE BLACK COMMUNITY TO ESTABLISH A BLACK COMMUNITY CONTROL OF POLICE COMMISSION WITH FULL AUTHORITY FOR POLICING THE BLACK COMMUNITY

WHEREAS, the black community of _____________________ has tired of the history of terror and brutality imposed on black people by the ___________________ Police Department;

WHEREAS, the demand for Black Community Control of Police is a just and democratic demand that addresses that history as well as the contemporary examples of police murder and misconduct that have captured the attention of the world since the August 9, 2014 police murder of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the resultant mass resistance of the people;

WHEREAS, this history of police terror and brutality has resulted in mass incarceration of black people in the U.S. which, like the public execution of black people by police, destroys the coherence and integrity of the entire black community;

WHEREAS, the history of black people in the U.S. has been one long and, up to this day, unending resistance to a tradition of popular and government oppression;

WHEREAS, continuous efforts are being made to obscure the social basis of police repression with diversionary calls for police review boards, police body cameras, community policing and police-community discussions sessions;

WHEREAS, police review boards, body cameras, the U.S. Justice Department, Grand Juries and the president of the United States have not stopped the murder of black people by the police in the U.S.;

WHEREAS, Black Community Control of the Police is a democratic and just demand that empowers the African community as opposed to giving more power to the oppressive police department;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of _________________ , that the City of ____________________ , using all the power at its command, will facilitate the democratic process to establish a Black Community Control of Police Commission that will be elected by black people within the City of ________________________ and be authorized to assume full responsibility and authority for policing the black community, with the power to hire, fire, set standards, determine training and establish the budget for carrying out its mission of Black Community Control of the Police.




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10.10.15

D.C.

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The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan


This October will mark the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March, which was the largest public gathering in the history of America and the largest gathering of Black men in world history. We set an example before the world on October 16, 1995 as Black men stood in ranks and a spirit of love, peace and unity was pervasive. We stood at that time for the necessity of Atonement, Reconciliation and Responsibility and in particular the need for Black men to appeal for God’s pardon for our failures to be the men that we hoped to be and ought to be. That was a magnificent and important day and appeal to the divine Supreme Being, who brought us through a time of great trouble.

Twenty-years later, however, conditions we face and rising levels of tyranny and oppression have brought us to another point in our sojourn in America. Today we suffer from an unbearable level of violence as law enforcement and Whites are able to abuse and murder us but the federal Department of Justice does little and state governments do virtually nothing. Death stalks the Black man, woman and child in America and few seem to care.

Our Native American brothers and sisters often live in abject poverty and are fighting to keep the little land that they have from the hands of a duplicitous U.S. government and corporate liars and thieves.

The Latino community is subjected to scrutiny, mistreatment and disrespect. Women struggle for full recognition of their value and their worth. Soldiers who have served their country in ill-conceived wars and conflicts based on lies, return home to be ignored and their broken bodies and minds left unattended. Even the poor Whites of this nation have no voice as a cruel oligarchy rules on behalf of a small group of individuals.

How much more of this can we stand and how much more oppression must we suffer?

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the great preacher and fighter for the poor, spoke of justice. He noted that the moral arc of the universe is long but it {"tends to"} bend toward justice. What is justice? The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad taught several important truths about justice: Justice is the greatest principle of fair dealing. Justice is the law that distinguishes between right and wrong. If there were justice, there would be no need for a Judgment. Justice is the weapon that God will use in the Day of Judgment.

We are living in that Day of Judgment at this present moment. And if we are denied what rightfully belongs to us then there has to be unified action that we take that will force the justice that we seek.

It is time that we say enough is enough. Scripture teaches us that inequity and injustice would call God Himself out of his hiding place to address the cries of those who yearn to breathe free. We are at that time. The time requires that we step forward and demand that the U.S. government address the failures of American society and the systemic deprivation of freedom, justice and equality from the masses of the American people.

The time requires that a demand be made on the U.S. government and we must deliver a fearless cry of “Justice Or Else!” We have tried praying in, singing in, lying in and young activists have even employed dying-in to dramatize and appeal for a proper government response to our suffering.

I am convening “Justice Or Else!” the 20th Anniversary gathering of the Million Man March on October 10, 2015 in Washington, D.C. By Allah’s (God’s) grace I plan to deliver an uncompromising message and call for the government of the United States to respond to our legitimate grievances.

If you agree with me, I am inviting you to join me and those from diverse faith traditions, races, political beliefs, spiritual schools of thought, different geographic regions, income levels and a fearless cadre of young leaders, backed by their fearless elders in this demand for “Justice Or Else!” in Washington, D.C.

The other side of this “war on two fronts” is effective organizing of our community to end fratricidal violence fostered by social conditions that breed lesser crimes, while the creator of the social conditions engages in killing, theft, kidnapping and extortion on a global scale. We, however, are clear that it is our responsibility to halt the killings among ourselves and our disrespect of Black life.

“Justice Or Else!” is not a march, but a gathering of those who are sober minded and serious about placing a demand on the United States government and putting power behind that demand to force the government to give us what we deserve.

This is not a march, but a gathering of those who understand that freedom has never been obtained without the loss of life and who step forward willing to give whatever sacrifice that the time and the God of this time demands.

We are certain that God would not bring us out to slaughter but He does require that we take the ultimate stand in order that He may show his power. We recognize that there comes a time in the life of all suffering people where there must be a willingness to lay down their lives for the cause of freedom and a future.

The most powerful weapon in our arsenal is our unity backed by the might of God Himself as this is the time foretold of in scripture as a Day of Judgment, a harvest time for all who have sown evil and who have sown good. We recognize that the Supreme Being is on the scene today and executing his power to punish and destroy the wicked. Our hope is not in carnal weapons of this world but in the power of the Master of this Day of Judgment in which we now live.

We recognize that the work of Dr. King, Jr., and all who came before him, remains unfinished. In his last public message, the civil rights stalwart talked of spreading the pain by engaging in economic withdrawal with strategic pooling and use of over $1 trillion in Black spending to put power behind our demands. We will engage in economic withdrawal in 2016 with a boycott of Xmas Holiday Spending, with its manipulation and exploitation of the emotions of children, parents, families and those we love, with its root in crass commercialism and its perpetuation of pagan practices and base desires when the focus is supposed to be on a righteous man and divine servant.

When our lives are taken unjustly it is the responsibility of government to act to prosecute and punish the killers. The federal government, in particular, has the responsibility to end assaults and killings under the color of law and mob attacks. We cannot continue to suffer like this and not organize and demand that government respond to our needs—or admit that we are still not true citizens.

Justice and equity cannot wait any longer and in October we will remember those killed in Charleston, S.C., those killed before Charleston, and those killed in fratricidal violence in the Black community. We will speak directly to government and to the challenges this country faces if it wishes to have any perpetuity and as the divine hand is ever moving toward justice.

Red Summer

The year is
2015

Nine Christians are shot
by a man with a scheme
a stranger who came
with a mind full of bile
a mother played dead
in the blood of her child
A child was shot down
a toy gun in his hand
the police asked questions
but nobody was blamed
a man was shot
as though he were game
the demons are running
with their buddies, the
fiends




Ishmael Reed©2015




A

Thousand

Words

Red Summer

The year is
2015

When Dorsey got news
that both wife and child were dead
that’s how we feel
in this summer of dread
The spirit was his guide
when he wrote that great song
but who is the god
who will take our hand
who will lead us on
“Don’t you get weary”
Martin said when he
spoke of his dream
his words have kept us
from drowning in screams
in this bloody summer
of 2015

Ishmael Reed©2015




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