Saturday, October 28, 2006

Online project will digitize records of free Blacks after slavery

Online project will digitize records of free blacks after slavery

Thursday, October 26, 2006

George W. Bush Speech You Didn't Hear

George W. Bush Speech You Didn't Hear

Who U gona vote for in November?

Friday, October 20, 2006

9/11 Revisited v.2

September 11th Revisited v.2 is a follow up to perhaps the most riveting film ever made about the destruction of the World Trade Center. This is a powerful documentary which features eyewitness accounts and archived news footage that was shot on September 11, 2001 but never replayed on television. Featuring interviews with eyewitnesses & firefighters, along with expert analysis by Professor Steven E. Jones, Professor David Ray Griffin, MIT Engineer Jeffrey King, and Professor James H. Fetzer.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

African Delegates Agree to Form "United States of Africa"

This was posted at the Cultural Literacy 101 Club at Yahoo. It is important to understand that pan-africanism is alive and well and taking new shape. The Nation of Islam, The Cultural Literacy Project and many others are activity working on a "United States of Africa" initiative. More and more effort and energy is being focused on the same objective. It is also important to understand who is opposing Black reunification.

Delegates from throughout the African continent and diaspora met in London from October 7-9, 2006 and laid out a program for building a single international organisation to forge a continent-wide "United States of Africa".

The group will be known as the African Socialist International (ASI), a worldwide organization dedicated to uniting the countries of Africa into a single nation under the leadership of the African working class in alliance with the poor peasantry. Its Founding Congress was set to be held in March of 2008 in Senegal.

Signing on to the effort were African participants from South Africa, Sierra Leone, Congo, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Cameroon, Uganda, Guyana, Belgium, Sweden, the U.K and the U.S.

One after another, delegates denounced the borders that were imposed within the African continent by European colonial powers at the Berlin Conference of 1884-5 as the primary impediment to African development and well-being.

ASI Interim Committee Secretary General Luwezi Kinshasa declared, "For so long, African riches and talents have shaped, against our own will, every aspect of modern civilisation in the hands of our oppressors. With all of the scattered fronts of the African liberation movement united into a single fighting revolutionary organisation, the world will be changed forever."

The ASI Interim Committee adopted the task of bringing Africans from around the world to participate in the organisation's Founding Congress in 2008. They also agreed to support and participate in the International Tribunal on Reparations for African People scheduled for June 2007 in Berlin.

Sbusiso Xaba, President of the Pan Africanist Youth Congress (PAYCO) of Azania (South Africa) called for the quantification of the reparations owed by white countries and corporations to African people worldwide, to include the materials, labor and development time lost during colonialism and slavery.

PAYCO is the youth branch of the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, the group led by Mangaliso Sobukwe, which inspired the mass movement forcing an end to apartheid in South Africa. Speaking to delegates, Xaba reported that the conditions facing the indigenous population have not improved under the current ANC regime. "African workers have lost 20% in real earnings since 1995, many living on $2 per day." Conference participants denounced the continuing white settler occupation of 80% of the land of South Africa.

Also participating from South Africa was Nkrumah Kgagudi, Secretary General of that country's 25,000-member Metal and Electrical Worker's Union. Kgagudi pledged his support for and participation in the ASI based on the group's main resolution, which is posted on He will lead the ASI's initiative to build an International African Labor Union.

Chernoh Alpha M. Bah, former child soldier and journalist, reaffirmed his commitment to the ASI, representing the more than 70,000 members of the Africanist Movement that he founded and leads. He noted, "Our membership, spanning the countries of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, is larger than the armies of the three countries combined."

Other leaders of the Africanist Movement including the national coordinators from Guinea and Liberia were unable to attend because they were denied visas. British authorities also blocked delegates from Barbados, Nigeria and Ghana from entering the country to participate in the London Conference.

Conference convener, African People's Socialist Party (APSP) Chairman Omali Ye@!$%#ela noted with outrage, the irony that Africans from Barbados and other parts of the Caribbean were encouraged by the British to "come home" to rebuild Britain's industrial infrastructure after WWII, but are denied entry when coming to organise in their own interests.

In addition to setting the date for the Founding Congress of the ASI and pledging participation in the Reparations Tribunal, Conference delegates also passed resolutions to:

Actively support and participate from their respective countries to share publishing and electronic media resources through the Burning Spear Newspaper and and to establish Internet cafes in African countries and communities with limited Internet access
o Support the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania in its electoral and revolutionary activities in South Africa
o Build a sustainable electricity and clean water infrastructure in West Africa, to include micro electrical dams and rain water harvesting

In closing the Conference, APSP Chairman Omali Ye@!$%#ela declared, "The struggle now has an entirely new configuration. We no longer work in isolation. We can share the human and natural resources of Africa to free our people!"

For more information on the African Socialist International, visit

See Also The Electronic United States of Africa

African Socialist International (ASI)

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Dying While Black

Dying While Black
Author: Vernellia R. Randall
ISBN 0977916006
Publication Date: October, 2006
292 pages; $19.95; references; notes; index
Publisher: Seven Principles Press
Speaking Engagements or Book-signings:

One of the most significant issues to be addressed by health community is inequalities in health and health care for minorities, particularly African Americans. African Americans still suffer from the generational effect of a slave health deficit. African Americans lag behind on nearly every health indicator, including life expectancy, death rates, infant mortality, low birth weight rates and disease rates. African Americans are sicker than European Americans. Blacks have shorter lives - Blacks are quite literally dying from being black! This black health deficit is directly traceable to the slave health deficit. The slave health deficit that was established during slavery was not relieved during the reconstruction period (1865-1870), Jim Crow Era (1870-1965) , the Affirmative Action Era
(1965-1980) or the Racial entrenchment era (1980 to present). Also, established at the time was a health care deficit that continues to exist.

Repairing the health of African Americans will require a multifaceted long term legal and financial commitment. Reparations is not merely a monetary cash payment, Reparation is also an equitable remedy that requires that the harm be repaired not that money be paid. The United States government because of its legal sanction of slavery, an international crime against humanity, is obligate to do whatever it takes to repair black health. Dying While Black proposes a specific program of equitable, rather than compensatory, reparations including a comprehensive health care civil rights law.

Please Forward.

Vernellia R. Randall
Professor of Law and Director,
Academic Excellence Program
Phone: (937) 229-3378
Fax: (937) 229-2469

Upcoming Book: Dying While Black

Race, Racism and the Law

Race, Health Care and the Law

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Proud to be African Culturally Healthy Music

Wyclef Jean - Proud to be African feat. 2Face Sound Sultan a

Look at the first shot of that African city, Not what American TV shows us of Africa.

African Queen, Culturally Healthy Music

African Queen (Song)

Hetep and Respect African Queen, here is one for you!

TV, Drug Of The Nation

Listen for the DoubleSpeak Words at the end.

Monday, October 09, 2006


Tell your wives and your mothers, not to think the police will not electrocute them just because they are women.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Black Web Awards Culture Finalists

Hay Sodiers nominate Cultural Health Central next year.
9/11 - NORAD - Dick Cheney was in charge on 911

My computers managed the North East air space when I was part of NORAD 30 years ago. No one attacked us on my watch. We could get early warning jets up in minutes against a suspicious target.

The King and the crime family should be tried for treason.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Northwoods documents: false flag attacks

Information about the Northwoods documents, released though a Freedom of Information request, that detail plans for attacks on U.S. citizens to be carried out by elements within the United States government and blamed on Cuba. This is just one example of a 'false flag attack', government willingness to create attacks that can then be used to achieve global political objectives.

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