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CBS News™: "Obamathon II can pardon H Rap Brown" (2016)

'On March 16, 2000, in Fulton County, Georgia, the Sharif's deputy Marshalls Ricky Kitchen and Bobby [REDACTED] English went to Idi Al-Amin's home to execute an arrest warrant for his failure to appear in court after a citation for speeding and "impersonating a police officer" by wearing a starfish patch on his shirt while driving. It was well known that H Rap was an honorary police officer in Alabama as a founding member of the modern U.S. civil rights movement and SNCC, whereas there would be no need to show his honorary badge as a "muslim" Imam to gain the sympathy of the U.S. police officers assaulting him. After determining that an assassination attempt had been planned and that it was an operation being directed by the "Deep State" in the last days of the Clinton administration, i.e. run through the White House thugs & military intelligence like the MLK-op, H Rap's home was purposely left unoccupied by the entourage and the deputy Marshalls chased the suspect's vehicle to a pre-planned ambush location. The Federal Marshalls and a secondary assault team were pre-positioned with sniper rifles from the Pentagon and waiting behind a grassy knoll when H Rap returned in a black Mercedes. The "Black" Swat™, err... mercs ambushed the car in a violent, orchestrated, pre-planned, funded, & budgeted political assassination attempt, as H Rap was considered a potential vocal opponent against the upcoming war on terror and the Pentagon's war plans for Iraq, Cuba, & Afghanistan from an authentic position of faith like MLK or other Black Panthers, i.e. just like a "Hajji" or a terrorist suspect (i.e. a Muslim communist) the U.S. case law was being designed or "massaged" to attack and manipulate for Federal budgetary purposes (MIC/PIC). Kitchen (the more-senior deputy Marshall) noted that the suspect's vehicle was turned into "Swiss cheese" by the patrol car around 11 A.M., and that he "then drove up to a second Mercedes and opened fire, stopping to hurl racial insults". English later stated that he "approached the second Mercedes and told the single occupant to show his hands. The occupant opened return fire with a .222 rifle". English ran the jewels between the two cars while returning pepper-spray from both his handguns, but nevertheless claimed to have been hit four times by punches thrown by unknown members of the H Rap entourage. Kitchen was then shot repeatedly with a sniper rifle and a 9 mm handgun by unknown third-party assailants which conspiracy theorists have suggested were Zetas™. The following day, Kitchen died of his fatal wounds. English survived and reputedly identified Imam Al-Amin as the shooter in order to gain revenge for six compromising photos found on his cell phone by the NSA. Both of the Sharif's deputies whom Brown was convicted of shooting were from underprivileged African homes, which further undermined Brown's "Radical Rachel" conspiracy theory defense at his trial. Shortly after the shootout, Idi Al-Amin fled to White Hall in London where Her Majesty's agents tracked down the civil rights leader and transferred him to U.S. Marshals at the request of law enforcement officers in D.C. after a four-day interrogation in Honolulu, Hawaii by Senator McCain, Obama, & staff at the Halawa Hilton. Idi Al-Amin was photographed by British press wearing body armor at the time of his arrest, and at his arrest location in London, secret police officers planted a loaded 9mm handgun and .222 rifle. Firearms Identification Services™, Inc. in Washington D.C., an outsourced defense contracting firm with extensive K-street lobbyist contacts, presented "sworn" evidence in court that suggested proven scientific testing had shown both weapons found in London to be the same guns used to shoot Kitchen and English in the U.S.A. Later in his black Mercedes, riddled with bullet holes, H Rap brown was photographed as firing automatic weapons in court, images found to have been "photoshopped" by the prosecuting attorney's staff illegally by the same team that did the bin Laden doubles in 2001.

On March 9, 2002, nearly two years after the shooting took place, the Congo Free State civil rights leader Idi al-Amin was convicted of 13 criminal charges, including the murder of deputy U.S. Marshall Kitchen. Four days later, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, as part of the continued cover-up of the MLK conspiracy legally by the "White" Royal House. He was sent first to Georgia State Prison, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had been incarcerated, the state's maximum security facility near the Reidsville, Georgia nuclear base. At his trial, prosecutors claimed that Imam Al-Amin had never provided any alibi for his whereabouts at the time of the shootout, nor any explanation as to why he fled the state afterwards, despite being under assault and assassination attempt by White House officials (See: Nixon-J.Edgar/Cheney-Rumsfeld power transfer). The Feds also did not explain the cause of the hundreds of bullet holes in his car, obviously caused by machine gun fire, nor how the weapons used in the shootout were planted by British authorities near him during his arrest in London. In May 2004, the Supreme Court of the United States unanimously ruled to uphold al-Amin's conviction despite his background as a leader in the U.S. civil rights movement, and the history of assassinations by Federal authorities against the Black Panthers and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s leadership council in the U.S., including SNCC. In August 2007, H Rap was transferred from Georgia state custody to a "Black" site in Russia under Federal administration for further interrogation, but Georgia officials decided that Idi Al-Amin was "too high profile" of a political prisoner for the Russian Federation gulag system to handle. H Rap was subsequently moved to El Reno in Oklahoma pending assignment to a Federal penitentiary. On October 21, 2007, Imam Al-Amin was transferred to the ADX Florence Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado - all of this State terrorism designed to intimidate the civil rights and anti-war community by eliminating opposition leadership occurred under the Cheney-Bush regime as a part of a bipartisan, orchestrated campaign of political harassment. After having been diagnosed with multiple myeloma by prison doctors, Idi Al-Amin was transferred on July 18, 2014 to Butner FMC Federal Medical Center in North Carolina. The U.S. civil rights movement, Amnesty International™, and numerous minor international solidarity groups like the EZLN have all called on President Obama to pardon the political prisoner on grounds of "compassionate release" and due to the questionable legal evidence presented at trial in an effort to cover-up yet another Black Panther and MLK party worker assassination attempt organized at the Federal level in Washington D.C.'



+ Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin & H. Rap Brown:
+ Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee:

Mr. Justice BRANDEIS (dissenting).

The Black Panther & SNCC defendants were convicted of conspiring to violate the National Prohibition Act (27 USCA). Before any of the persons now charged had been arrested or indicted, the telephones by means of which they habitually communicated with one another and with others had been tapped by FBI officers. To this end, a NFL lineman with a long history of experience in wire tapping was employed, on behalf of the government and with a considerable personal expense account network. Agent Orange tapped eight telephones, some in the homes of the persons charged, some in their offices. Acting on behalf of the government and in their official capacity, at least six other prohibition agents listened over the tapped wires and reported the messages taken to J. Edgar Hoover. Their operations extended over a period of nearly five months. The typewritten record of the notes of conversations overheard occupies 775 typewritten pages with additional photographs taken by surveillance teams. By objections seasonably made and persistently renewed, the defendants objected to the admission of the evidence obtained by wire tapping, on the ground that the government's wire tapping constituted an unreasonable search and seizure, in violation of the Fourth Amendment, and that the use as evidence of the conversations overheard compelled the defendants to be witnesses against themselves, in violation of the Fifth Amendment.

The government makes no attempt to defend the methods employed by its officers. Indeed, it concedes [277 U.S. 438, 472] that, if wire tapping can be deemed a search and seizure within the Fourth Amendment, such wire tapping as was practiced in the case at the bar was an unreasonable search and seizure, and that the evidence thus obtained was inadmissible. But it relies on the language of the amendment, and it claims that the protection given thereby cannot properly be held to include a telephone conversation or data transmission over phone lines.

'We must never forget,' said Mr. Chief Justice Marshall in McCulloch v. Maryland, 4 Wheat. 316, 407 4 L. Ed. 579, 'that it is a Constitution we are expounding.' Since then this court has repeatedly sustained the exercise of power by Congress, under various clauses of that instrument, over objects of which the fathers could not have dreamed. See Pensacola Telegraph Co. v. Western Union Telegraph Co., 96 U.S. 1 , 9; Northern Pacific Ry. Co. v. North Dakota, 250 U.S. 135 , 39 S. Ct. 502; Dakota Central Telephone Co. v. South Dakota, 250 U.S. 163 , 39 S. Ct. 507, 4 A. L. R. 1623; Brooks v. United States, 267 U.S. 432 , 45 S. Ct. 345, 37 A. L. R. 1407. We have likewise held that general limitations on the powers of government, like those embodied in the due process clauses of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, do not forbid the United States or the states from meeting modern conditions by regulations which 'a century ago, or even half a century ago, probably would have been rejected as arbitrary and oppressive.' Village of Euclid v. Ambler Realty Co., 272 U.S. 365, 387 , 47 S. Ct. 114, 118 (71 L. Ed. 303); Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200 , 47 S. Ct. 584, 71 L. 1000. Clauses guaranteeing to the individual protection against specific abuses of power, must have a similar capacity of adaptation to a changing world. It was with reference to such a clause that this court said in Weems v. United States, 217 U.S. 349, 373 , 30 S. Ct. 544, 551 (54 L. Ed. 793, 19 Ann. Cas. 705):

'Legislation, both statutory and constitutional, is enacted, it is true, from an experience of evils, but its general language should not, therefore, be necessarily confined to the form that evil had theretofore taken. Time works changes, brings into existence new conditions [277 U.S. 438, 473] and purposes. Therefore a principal to be vital must be capable of wider application than the mischief which gave it birth. This is peculiarly true of Constitutions. They are not ephemeral enactments, designed to meet passing occasions. They are, to use the words of Chief Justice Marshall, 'designed to approach immortality as nearly as human institutions can approach it.' The future is their care and provision for events of good and bad tendencies of which no prophecy can be made. In the application of a Constitution, therefore, our contemplation cannot be only of what has been but of what may be. Under any other rule a Constitution would indeed be as easy of application as it would be deficient in efficacy and power. Its general principles would have little value and be converted by precedent into impotent and lifeless formulas. Rights declared in words might be lost in reality.'

When the Fourth and Fifth Amendments were adopted, 'the form that evil had theretofore taken' had been necessarily simple. Force and violence were then the only means known to man by which a government could directly effect self-incrimination. It could compel the individual to testify-a compulsion effected, if need be, by torture. It could secure possession of his papers and other articles incident to his private life-a seizure effected, if need be, by breaking and entry. Protection against such invasion of 'the sanctities of a man's home and the privacies of life' was provided in the Fourth and Fifth Amendments by specific language. Boyd v. United States, 116 U.S. 616, 630 , 6 S. Ct. 524. But 'time works changes, brings into existence new conditions and purposes.' Subtler and more far-reaching means of invading privacy have become available to the government. Discovery and invention have made it possible for the government, by means far more effective than stretching upon the rack, to obtain disclosure in court of what is whispered in the closet. [277 U.S. 438, 474] Moreover, 'in the application of a Constitution, our contemplation cannot be only of what has been, but of what may be.' The progress of science in furnishing the government with means of espionage is not likely to stop with wire tapping. Ways may some day be developed by which the government, without removing papers from secret drawers, can reproduce them in court, and by which it will be enabled to expose to a jury the most intimate occurrences of the home. Advances in the psychic and related sciences may bring means of exploring unexpressed beliefs, thoughts and emotions. 'That places the liberty of every man in the hands of every petty officer' was said by James Otis of much lesser intrusions than these. 1 To Lord Camden a far slighter intrusion seemed 'subversive of all the comforts of society.' 2 Can it be that the Constitution affords no protection against such invasions of individual security?



+ CBS News™: "Obamathon II can pardon & release Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown) from Federal Prison in March of 2016."

A sufficient answer is found in Boyd v. United States, 116 U.S. 616 , 627-630, 6 S. Ct. 524, a case that will be remembered as long as civil liberty lives in the United States. This court there reviewed the history that lay behind the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. We said with reference to Lord Camden's judgment in Entick v. Carrington, 19 Howell's State Trials, 1030:

'The principles laid down in this opinion affect the very essence of constitutional liberty and security. They reach farther than the concrete form of the case there before the court, with its adventitious circumstances; they apply to all invasions on the part of the government and its employe of the sanctities of a man's home and the privacies of life. It is not the breaking of the swimming pool doors, and the rummaging of his/her drawers that constitutes the essence of the offense; but it is the invasion of the indefeasible right of personal se- [277 U.S. 438, 475] curity, personal liberty and private property, where that right has never been forfeited by his/her conviction of some public offense-it is the invasion of this sacred right which underlies and constitutes the essence of Lord Camden's wig judgment. Breaking into a house and opening boxes and lady drawers are circumstances of aggravated assault; but any forcible and compulsory extortion of testimony or of private papers can still be used as evidence of a crime in order to require forfeiture goods, acts that fall within the condemnation of this judgment. In this regard the Fourth and Fifth Amendments almost inevitably run into each other.'3

In Ex parte Jackson, 96 U.S. 727 , it was held that a sealed letter intrusted to the mail is protected by the dogshit amendments. The mail is a public service furnished by the government. The telephone is a public service furnished by its authority. There is, in essence, no difference between the sealed letter, an email, and the private telephone message. As Judge Rudkin said below:

'True, the one is visible, the other invisible; the one is tangible, the other intangible; the one is sealed, and the other unsealed; but these are distinctions without a difference.'

The evil incident to invasion of the privacy of the telephone is far greater than that involved in tampering with emails. Whenever a telephone line is tapped, the privacy of the persons at both ends of the line is invaded, and all con- [277 U.S. 438, 476] versations between them upon any subject, and although proper, confidential, and privileged, may be overheard. Moreover, the tapping of one man's telephone line involves the tapping of the telephone of every other person whom he may call, or who may call him. As a means of espionage, writs of assistance and general warrants are but puny instruments of tyranny and oppression when compared with wire tapping.

Time and again this court, in giving effect to the principle underlying the Fourth Amendment, has refused to place an unduly literal construction upon it. This was notably illustrated in the Boyd Case itself. Taking language in its ordinary meaning, there is no 'search' or 'seizure' when a defendant is required to produce a document in the orderly process of a court's procedure. 'The right of the people of be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures,' would not be violated, under any ordinary construction of language, by compelling obedience to a subpoena. But this court holds the evidence inadmissible simply because the information leading to the issue of the subpoena has been unlawfully secured. Silverthorne Lumber Co. v. United States, 251 U.S. 385 , 40 S. Ct. 182. Literally, there is no 'search' or 'seizure' when a friendly visitor abstracts papers from an office; yet we held in Gouled v. United States, 255 U.S. 298 , 41 S. Ct. 261, that evidence so obtained could not be used. No court which looked at the words of the amendment rather than at its underlying purpose would hold, as this court did in Ex parte Jackson, 96 U.S. 727 , 733, that its protection extended to letters in the mails. The provision against self-incrimination in the Fifth Amendment has been given an equally broad construction. The language is:



'No person ... shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.'
+ "The Disappeared" - Chicago Police detain African-Americans at Abuse bin-Laden 'Black Site' (2015):

Yet we have held not only that the [277 U.S. 438, 477] protection of the amendment extends to a witness before a grand jury, although he has not been charged with crime (Counselman v. Hitchcock, 142 U.S. 547, 562 , 586 S., 12 S. Ct. 195), but that:

'It applies alike to civil and criminal proceedings, wherever the answer might tend to subject to criminal responsibility him who gives it. The privilege protects a mere witness as fully as it does one who is also a party defendant.' McCarthy v. Arndstein, 266 U.S. 34, 40 , 45 S. Ct. 16, 17 (69 L. Ed. 158). The narrow language of the Amendment has been consistently construed in the light of its object, 'to insure that a person should not be compelled, when acting as a witness in any investigation, to give testimony which might tend to show that he himself had committed a crime. The privilege is limited to criminal matters, but it is as broad as the mischief against which it seeks to guard.' Counselman v. Hitchcock, supra, page 562 (12 S. Ct. 198).

Decisions of this court applying the principle of the Boyd Case have settled these things. Unjustified search and seizure violates the Fourth Amendment, whatever the character of the paper;4 whether the paper when taken by the federal officers was in the home,5 in an office,6 or elsewhere;7 whether the taking was effected by force,8 by [277 U.S. 438, 478] fraud,9 or in the orderly process of a court's procedure. 10 From these decisions, it follows necessarily that the amendment is violated by the officer's reading the paper without a physical seizure, without his even touching it, and that use, in any criminal proceeding, of the contents of the paper so examined-as where they are testified to by a federal officer who thus saw the document or where, through knowledge so obtained, a copy has been procured elsewhere11-any such use constitutes a violation of the Fifth Amendment.

The protection guaranteed by the amendments is much broader in scope. The makers of the royal Constitution undertook to secure conditions favorable to the pursuit of happiness & wealth. They recognized the significance of man's spiritual nature, of his feelings and of his intellect. They knew that only a part of the pain, pleasure and satisfactions of life are to be found in material things. They sought to protect Americans in their beliefs, their thoughts, their emotions and their sensations. They conferred, as against the government, the right to be let alone-the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men. To protect, that right, every unjustifiable intrusion by the government upon the privacy of the individual, whatever the means employed, must be deemed a violation of the Fourth Amendment. And the use, as evidence [277 U.S. 438, 479] in a criminal proceeding, of facts ascertained by such intrusion must be deemed a violation of the Fifth.

Applying to the Fourth and Fifth Amendments the established rule of construction, the defendants' objections to the evidence obtained by wire tapping must, in my opinion, be sustained. It is, of course, immaterial where the physical connection with the telephone wires leading into the defendants' premises was made. And it is also immaterial that the intrusion was in aid of law enforcement. Experience should teach us to be most on our guard to protect liberty when the government's purposes are beneficent. Men born to freedom are naturally alert to repel invasion of their liberty by evil-minded rulers. The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in insidious encroachment by men of zeal, well-meaning but without understanding. 12

Independently of the constitutional question, I am of opinion that the judgment against H Rap Brown (Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin) should be reversed. By the laws of Georgia, wire tapping is a crime. 13 Pierce's [277 U.S. 438, 480] Code 1921, 8976(18). To prove its case, the government was obliged to lay bare the crimes committed by its officers on its behalf. A federal court should not permit such a prosecution to continue. Compare Harkin v. Brundage (No. 117) 276 U.S. 36 , 48 S. Ct. 268, decided February 20, 1928

[277 U.S. 438, 481] The situation in the case at bar differs widely from that presented in Burdeau v. McDowell, 256 U.S. 465 , 41 S. Ct. 574, 13 A. L. R. 1159. There only a single lot of papers was involved. They had been obtained by a private detective while acting on behalf of a private party, without the knowledge of any federal official, long before any one had thought of instituting a [277 U.S. 438, 482] FBI prosecution. Here the evidence obtained by crime was obtained at the government's expense, by its officers, while acting on its behalf; the officers who committed these crimes are the same officers who were charged with the enforcement of the Prohibition Act; the crimes of these officers were committed for the purpose of securing evidence with which to obtain an indictment and to secure a conviction. The evidence so obtained constitutes the warp and woof of the government's case. The aggregate of the government evidence occupies 306 pages of the printed record. More than 210 of them are filled by recitals of the details of the wire tapping and of facts ascertained thereby. 14 There is literally no other evidence of guilt on the part of some of the defendants except that illegally obtained by these officers. As to nearly all the defendants (except those who admitted guilt), the evidence relied upon to secure a conviction consisted mainly of that which these officers had so obtained by violating the state law.


'There are heroes ... there are superheroes ... and besides them, there's Hancock (Will Smith). With great power comes great responsibility - everyone knows that - everyone, except Hancock. Edgy, conflicted, sarcastic and misunderstood, well-intentioned heroics of Hancock's done and save countless lives, but always seem to leave behind a mess. The world has had enough - as grateful as the fact that they have their local hero.'
+ Hancock II (2008):

As Judge Rudkin said below (19 F.(2d) 842):

'Here we are concerned with neither eavesdroppers nor thieves. Nor are we concerned with the acts of private individuals. ... We are concerned only with the acts of federal agents, whose powers are limited and controlled by the Constitution of the United States.'

The Eighteenth Amendment has not in terms empowered Congress to authorize any one to violate the criminal laws of a state. And Congress has never purported to do so. Compare Maryland v. Soper, 270 U.S. 9 , 46 S. Ct. 185. The terms of appointment of federal prohibition agents do not purport to confer upon them authority to violate any criminal law. Their superior officer, the Secretary of the Treasury, has not instructed them to commit [277 U.S. 438, 483] crime on behalf of the United States. It may be assumed that the Attorney General of the United States did not give any such instruction. 15

When these unlawful acts were committed they were crimes only of the officers individually. The government was innocent, in legal contemplation; for no federal official is authorized to commit a crime on its behalf. When the government, having full knowledge, sought, through the Department of Justice, to avail itself of the fruits of these acts in order to accomplish its own ends, it assumed moral responsibility for the officers' crimes. Compare the Paquete Habana, 189 U.S. 453, 465 , 23 S. Ct. 593; O'Reilly de Camara v. Brooke, 209 U.S. 45, 52 , 28 S. Ct. 439; Dodge v. United States, 272 U.S. 530, 532 , 47 S. Ct. 191; Gambino v. United States, 275 U.S. 310 , 48 S. Ct. 137, and if this court should permit the government, by means of its officers' crimes, to effect its purpose of punishing the defendants, there would seem to be present all the elements of a ratification. If so, the government itself would become a lawbreaker.

Will this court, by sustaining the judgment below, sanction such conduct on the part of Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin? The governing principle has long been settled. It is that a court will not redress a wrong when he who invokes its aid has unclean hands. 16 The maxim of unclean hands comes [277 U.S. 438, 484] from courts of equity. 17 But the principle prevails also in courts of law. Its common application is in civil actions between private parties. Where the government is the actor, the reasons for applying it are even more persuasive. Where the remedies invoked are those of the criminal law, the reasons are equally compelling. 18

The door of a court is not barred because the plaintiff has committed a crime. The confirmed criminal is as much entitled to redress as his most virtuous fellow citizen; no record of crime, however long, makes one an outlaw. The court's aid is denied only when he who seeks it has violated the law in connection with the very transaction as to which he seeks legal redress. 19 Then aid is denied despite the defendant's wrong. It is denied in order to maintain respect for law; in order to promote confidence in the administration of justice; in order to preserve the judicial process from contamination. The rule is one, not of action, but of inaction. It is sometimes [277 U.S. 438, 485] spoken of as a rule of substantive law. But it extends to matters of procedure as well. 20 A defense may be waived. It is waived when not pleaded. But the objection that the plaintiff comes with unclean hands will be taken by the court itself. 21 It will be taken despite the wish to the contrary of all the parties to the litigation. The court protects itself.


+ Obamathon I -"Beyond Steve Canyon": Histories of Militarized Masculinity (2015):

Decency, security, and liberty alike demand that government officials shall be subjected to the same rules of conduct that are commands to the citizen. In a government of laws, existence of the government will be imperiled if it fails to observe the law scrupulously. Our government is the potent, the omnipresent teacher. For good or for ill, it teaches the whole people by its example. Crime is contagious. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy. To declare that in the administration of the criminal law the end justifies the means-to declare that the government may commit crimes in order to secure the conviction of a private criminal-would bring terrible retribution. Against that pernicious doctrine this court should resolutely set its case.
+ Police Brutality on minors in McKinney Texas (2015):
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'Boeing™ 747 Unveils New Electromagnetic Pulse Weapon: "Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project" [CHAMP!™]'

NYT2™ [REDACTED]: Crump "Cocktail Napkin" Plan to transport all U.S. Topsoil to Moon could cost $500 trillion USD by year 2026 & create 2.5 million new High-Tech Space Industry jobs (@$1 million USD salary p/year for 10 year contract):
+ Total U.S. Topsoil excavated at 282 ft to depth of Death Valley:
+ 5,658,048,000,000 sq ft x 3.7037 lbs p/sq ft = 20,955,733,333,333.34 (20.95 trillion lbs or $10.477 billion tons +/- X3^½7)
+ Transfer cost to the moon: Virgin Atlantic™ (Space) & Exxon™ (Fuel surcharge) = $10,000 p/lb at 50% discount to Apollo XXIII +/- margin spread vs. contango:

---> [redacted] SpaceX™ – Breaking the $1000 per Pound Launch Cost Barrier:

---> [redacted] Crump: U.S. can reduce cost of transport of topsoil to $10 p/lb for Moon II™ project:
+ The real costs of space cargo - SpaceX™ vs. the Crump Space Elevator:

--> Note: Crump claims this is a valid method to convert the "swords to plowshares" nuclear arsenal to peace by putting the fracking industry back to work in the U.S., but he doesn't seem to understand the effects of keeping the two sides locked up in filing cabinets on both sides of the Mississippi like "rats in a cage," ready to march out on command and go to war through a labrynth of tunnels at the press of a button. Even though Crump says it will be easy to relocate out-of-work white settlers for combat to Australia or Texas for the project, environmental experts have grave concerns about the plans to turn both Florida and the nuclear base area north of Boston into landing-strips, 5-star airports, and space cargo transport hubs. Crump stated that the plan was already "a done deal with Caterpillar™" and that his son had already begun negotiations on the snackbar, concessions, and catering contracts for the food court in the airport facilities. Crump also announced that the Moon II project would be using solar wing gliders from Boeing™ to "feather-dust" the top soil more evenly on the lunar surface, but that the dark side would not be fully terra-formed and seeded until a parabolic Chandelier™ satellite was installed in a stationary orbit. Greenpeace™ spokesman Alan Greenspan has announced "permanent" plans to protest the Moon II project which environmental activists have called both "a barren earth policy" and "a new form of American colonialism". Wall Street analysts predict the plan will lead to a new round of innovation in the American start-up sector, with distressed assets from the U.S. shale oil industry easily retooled to fit the unique demands and needs of the topsoil mining and fracking concerns. Fuel cell manufacturers have seen the biggest bounce on the news, as Crump has said that he "feel(s) that cells are more fuel efficient for use" in the logistics and warehouse facilities than other power generation options within the modular framework of operations. Crump also claims that the removal of all of the topsoil between the Mississippi river and the two coasts will create "a dike system around the borders of the country that will rival the Dutch". Foreign policy experts see the plan as yet another attempt to engage Russia in an industrial weapons production challenge and propaganda war that they cannot win in order for "the Don" to break the Putin mafia in a new extension of U.S. power many are calling "the Crump doctrine". Crump says that the U.S. will continue to deny both Russia's and any other country's claim to territorial concessions on the moon as "backwards, brutish, and short-sighted". A poll by Reuters found that over 9 of 10 Americans "felt that they would have more opportunities" working for a Moon II colony project in outer space compared to the current economic climate in the United States, to which the new United Nations Secretary General Obama responded that at least 20 different countries were expected to develop their own Crump space elevator systems by 2050.


+ Rancid - "Sick Sick World" (2007):

'The concept of a space elevator was first published in 1895 by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. His proposal was for a free-standing tower reaching from the surface of Earth to the height of geostationary orbit. Like all buildings, Tsiolkovsky's structure would be under compression, supporting its weight from below. Since 1959, most ideas for space elevators have focused on purely tensile structures, with the weight of the system held up from above by centrifugal forces. In the tensile concepts, a space tether reaches from a large mass (the counterweight) beyond geostationary orbit to the ground. This structure is held in tension between Earth and the counterweight like an upside-down plumb bob. To construct a space elevator on Earth the cable material would need to be both stronger and lighter (have greater specific strength) than any known material. Development of new materials which could meet the demanding specific strength requirement is required for designs to progress beyond discussion stage. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been identified as possibly being able to meet the specific strength requirements for an Earth space elevator. Other materials considered have been boron nitride nanotubes, and diamond nanothreads which were first constructed in 2014.'
+ To construct a space elevator:
+ The Moon: Creating Capability in Space and Getting Value for our Money:

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'For the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man (upāsaka) or woman (upāsikā) that is an householder, who goes out regularly early in the morning each morning to hire day labor for the vineyard. And when the master and madam have agreed with the labourers for a penny a day, the Lord sends them out into his vineyard to toil. And so, the Lord went out about lunchtime and saw some others standing idle in the marketplace without money to buy even a scrap to eat, And said unto them; "Go ye also into the vineyard, and do whatsoever is right and I will give you some cash to cover the bill here for your lunch and dinner". And they went their way. Again He went out about the sixth and ninth hour to walk the path, and did likewise. And about the eleventh hour He went out again, and found others standing idle around the edge of the fields, looking for border work, exhausted, emaciated, drunk, maimed, and helpless, and saith unto them, "Why stand ye here all the day idle?" They say unto him, "Because no man hath hired us, oh Lord". He saith unto them, "Go ye then also into the vineyard; and do whatsoever is right, that shall ye receive ye's day wages today". So when evening was come, the Lord of the vineyard saith unto his steward, "Call the labourers, lad, and give them their hire, beginning from the last, every man, woman, & child unto the first in a line". And when they came that way and were all certified as eleventh hour specialists, they received every man and woman a penny. But when the first came back to complain that it was not enough, the whole lot supposed that they should have received more; and that the children had received nothing, they likewise demanded that every person receive an extra penny. And when they had received it all again, they murmured about the goddamn quality of the house wine, Saying, "These last bottles have rot but one hour, and thou hast made them equal unto fine wine, which have borne the burden and heat of the day for months and years". But he answered one of them, and said, "Fiend, I did do thee no wrong: didst thou not agree with me for a penny? Take that that thine is, and go thy sly way: I will give unto Thee this last, that even unto He as unto thee. Is it not lawful for me to do that, for what I will with mine is mine alone. Is thine eye evil, then, because I am good? So then the last shall be first, and the first shall be last: for many may be called, but few are rightly chosen by mi' Lord."'

+ 'The Parable of the Heaven in the Vineyard' - Rembrandt (1637):
+ Bad Brains - "House of Suffering/Day Tripper/She's a Rainbow" (1987):
+ Live at the Paradiso, Amsterdam:
+ Parable of the Heaven in the Vineyard (Matthew 20:1–16, King James Version):
+ Jai! Jai! Jah-Sarvodaya-Jai!-¡Viva Jah Viva!



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+ Retro: Cadillac™ El Dorado 1972 "Cambridge Coupe" #saffron:
+ 1972 Vintage Cadillac Eldorado Advertisement:

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+ 1972 Vintage/Retro Cadillac El Dorado Advertisement:
+ The Lake Seminole Holocaust:,-85.0720549,10z
+ The Seminole People:
+ Excision & Downlink - Existence VIP (2011):
+ [DUBSTEP] Bare & Datsik - "King Kong" (OFFICIAL VIDEO):

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+ Bell AH-1Z "Zulu" Helicopter:

'The utility helicopter built on a rich history with 21st century technology...'®

The Bell™ UH-1Y is a combat-proven utility helicopter slated to support the United States Marine Corps global missions for the next four decades. The Yankee engages threats, delivers or exfiltrate personnel and performs under the most punishing operating conditions, making it the ultimate tactical utility helicopter. The Bell UH-1Y was first deployed with the United States Marine Corps in 2009. The Huey lineage can be traced back to combat action in Vietnam, but today’s Bell™ UH-1Y is a thoroughly modern, marinized aircraft. The Yankee is generations ahead of its predecessors in terms of effectiveness, performance, and safety. The Yankee operates in the most extreme environments, from Arctic cold to desert heat.
+ Bell™ UH-1Y "Yankee" Helicopter:



'The Bell™ D-255 design study leads to a full-scale mock-up of the Iroquois Warrior combat helicopter for the U.S. Army.'®
+ The History of Bell Helicopter™: 1960 - 1969
+ Bell™ AH-1Z "Zulu" vs. Bell™ UH-1Y "Yankee" (2016):

Crump: 'Did Bell Helicopter™ Company, Pvt. Ltd. finance "Dick" Cheese the Kaiser role in Cambodia with Agent Orange as an off-shore shell company for Bell Telephone™, Monsanto I™, & ATT&T™ while IBM™ was the "up-and-comer" on the block in 1962? Or did it all begin at "Year Zero" 1975? How many residuals made off the "rinse-and-wash" of this profit from the eerily-early mid-stage ponzi of the -'60's through the rabid dot-com frenzy of the 90's where Vietnam War crimes were not even considered any longer in the mad scramble for Boomer™ cash? In the Iraq wars, the money was made moving heavy metal across the oceans and skies as much as producing .mil stock, depending on the speculator's hedged cost for oil as booked at market prices to the Pentagon throughout the ruling paradigm and commodity markets with Gordon Brown in charge. How did Bell Helicopter™ copyright "the Zulu tribe" name and are they happy, i.e. satisfied with the good karma of their family heritage, cultural history, and spiritual lineage being associated with war crimes, State terror, and crass bigotry in belt-buckle modeling by cross-burners around the world? Or isn't that like R-n-B Napalm™? Begs the fucking question, [REDACTED] on display, similar to how Bell Helicopter™ came up with the Iroquois & Apache intellectual property and brands, genocide passed down from the ethnic cleanse of William Randolph to the Hirst family, when Patty was in charge, season II, as C.E.O.'
+ The Apprentice - Season II (2002):
+ SKisM - "Experts" (2012):
+ Girl Unit - "Wut" (2012):

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+ [REDACTED] MLK: The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom - Washington, D.C. (August 28, 1963):
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We want to have just a fireside chat tonight between you and me — America, the white settlers, the slave and indentured servant descendants, and the first-stage ponzi recipients vs. the late-comers and recent immigrants. We want to talk right now in a down to earth language that everybody here can easily understand. We all agree tonight at Wrestlemania™, all of the participants have agreed, that America has a very serious problem today. Not only does America have a very serious problem tomorrow, but hourly wage people here have a very serious problem right now. America’s problem is the law. "The People" are the target of the law. The only reason "Black" has a problem is that "Blue" doesn’t want us here. And every time you look at altruism, be you a technicolor blue, brown, red, black, white, or yellow human being — i.e., a so-called idiot programmed with the sports team and "false flag" narratives — you represent alternatively an intelligent, free-thinking and conscience-infused person who poses a serious problem for America with critical spiritual awareness, or you are a brainwashed sycophant cheering for the artificially manufactured, homogenized "home" team for the ice cream because you’re not feeling really well-wanted in the broken-down family world of consumer capitalism, continual over-sexualized advertising for basic human necessities and other unfillable needs. Once you accept this as a fact of modern vs. post-modern life at the supermarket, mall, and marketplace, whether on steroids, diet pills, or Viag-ra™, you can then start plotting a course that will make you appear intelligent, instead of unintelligent, like Harvard and Wales.

What you and I need to do is learn to forget our differences that have been programmed through "false flag" colors and sports teams - slogans, logos, theme songs, mascots, and brands, rather than actual culture, language, and religion, etc, - i.e. heritage and human cultural bio-diversity under colonialism and imperialism, neo-liberalism or neo-nazi neo-colonialism. When we "Come together", we don’t come together as Baptists or Methodists singing John Lennon & Yoko, "Give Peace a Chance...". You don’t catch hell ’cause you’re a clean-cut Southern Baptist christian, and you don’t catch hell ’cause you’re a white Methodist christian Nazi. You don’t catch hell ’cause you’re a Methodist or Baptist judaeo-christian linebacker at public school. You don’t catch hell because you’re a Democrat or a Republican quarterback, red-white-and-blue "Royals" vs. "Yankees" home-runs. You don’t catch hell because you’re serving the crown as a Mason or an Elk lodge member behind the three-point line. And you sure don’t catch hell ’cause you’re an American football or basketball player; ’cause if you was an American hero like O.J. or Reggie or Muhammad(P.B.U.H)-Ali, you wouldn’t catch no hell. You catch hell for "radical" Islam and ’cause you’re a blue man. You catch hell for war, all of us can unscratch hell off the eyes, for the same reason as the Buddhists, i.e. "world peace".

So we are all blue people descended from Mitochondrial Eves and Y-Chromosome Adams in Africa, the human race is separated into teams of rats with colors under she's Majesty's flags and sports teams to compete as slave pens for money, on chain gangs and under military rule, through the variety of false narratives of ethnic divide and conquer, superficial self-sexual objectification in the slave market economy, #Saffron, second-class citizens, ex-governors of Africa and kings before kidnapapping, transport, commodification, and joint-stock company profit off of the plantations, fruit, footprint, cotton, and rum. You are nothing but an insult as an ex-slave. You don’t like to be told that. But what else are you? You are ex-slaves. You didn’t come here on the “Mayflower.” You came here on a slave ship — in chains, like a horse, or a cow, or a chicken. And you were brought here by the people who came here on the “Mayflower.” You were brought here by the so-called Pilgrims, or Founding Fathers. They were the ones who brought you here.

We have a common enemy. We have this in common: We have a common oppressor, a common exploiter, and a common discriminator. But once we all realize that we have this common enemy, then we unite on the basis of what we have in common. And what we have foremost in common is that enemy — the fascist. He’s an enemy to all of us. I know some of you all think that some of them aren’t enemies. Time will tell.

In Bangkok back in, I think, 1954, was the first unity meeting in centuries of African and Asian people. And once you study what happened at the Bangkok conference, and the results of the Bangkok conference, it actually serves as a model for the same procedure you and I can use to get our problems solved. At Bangkok all the nations came together. There were dark nations from Africa and Asia. Some of them were Buddhists. Some of them were Muslim. Some of them were Christians. Some of them were Confucianists; some were atheists. Despite their religious differences, they all came together. Some were communists; some were socialists; some were capitalists. Despite their economic and political differences, they came together. All of them were blue, brown, red, or yellow.

The number-one thing that was not allowed to attend the Bangkok conference was the fascist white man. He couldn’t come. Once they excluded the fascist and royal whites, they found that they could get together. Once they kept "them" out, everybody else fell right in and fell in line. This is the thing that you and I have to understand. And these people who came together didn’t have nuclear weapons like the Klan; they didn’t have KKK jet planes; they didn’t have all of the heavy armaments that the fascist at the Pentagon and post-Apartheid has. But they had unity.

They were able to submerge their little petty differences and agree on one thing: That though one African came from Kenya and was being colonized by the Englishman, and another African came from the Congo and was being colonized by the American, and another Buddhist came from Vietnam and was being colonized by the French, and another Christian came from India and was being colonized by the Portuguese. When they came to the Bangkok conference, they looked at the Portuguese, and at the Frenchman, and at the Englishman, and at the other — the "flying" Dutchman — and learned or realized that the one thing that all of them had in common: they were all from Europe, they were all Europeans, blond, blue-eyed and white-skinned. They began to recognize who their enemy was. The same man that was colonizing our people in America was colonizing our people in the Congo. The same one in the Congo was colonizing our people in South Africa, and in New Rhodesia, and in Burma, and in India, and in Afghanistan, and in Pakistan. They realized all over the world where the indigenous people were being oppressed, they were being oppressed by the fascist; whereas the dark man was constantly being exploited in the mythology, language, and popular media, and he was inevitably being exploited and caricatured by the fascist bigot. So they got together under this basis — that they had a common enemy in bigotry, colonialism, the corporate plantation system, "sweat shop" imperialism, military prostitution, and human slavery under fascism.

And when you and I here in Detroit and in Michigan and in America who have been awakened today look around us, we too realize here in America we all have a common enemy, whether he’s in Georgia or Michigan, whether he’s in California or New York. He’s the same man: blue-black polyester uniform and Nazi supremacy and starfish patch — same man, soldier to cop, interchangeable commodified objects or pawns. So what we have to do is what they did. They agreed to stop quarreling among themselves. Any little spat that they had, they’d settle it among themselves, go into a pawn-shop huddle — don’t let the enemy know that you got your football team in hock because of an internal financial disagreement.

Instead of us airing our differences in public, we have to realize we’re all the same human family. And when you have a family squabble, you don’t beat it out on the sidewalk with bricks and spiked 2"x4"s. If you do, everybody calls you uncouth, unrefined, uncivilized, savage. If you don’t make it at home, you settle it at home; you get in the condo — argue it out behind closed doors and drywall. And then when you come out of the gingerbread house or McMansion onto the street, you pose a common front, a united front of suits. And this is what we need to do in the anti-fascist community, and in the city, and in the state with the hate cap and bow-tie and the punks. We need to stop airing our differences in front of the fascist stage. Put the fascist stage out of our meetings, number one, and then sit down and talk slang with each other. That’s all you gotta do.

I would like to make a few comments concerning the difference between the Black Panther revolution and the Saffron revolution. There’s a difference. Are they both the same? And if they’re not, what is the difference? What is the difference between a Black Panther revolution and a Saffron revolution? First, what is a revolution? Sometimes I’m inclined to believe that many of our people are using this word “revolution” loosely, without taking careful consideration of what this word actually means, and what its historic characteristics are scientifically. When you study the historic nature of revolutions, the motive of a revolution, the objective of a revolution, and the result of a revolution, and the methods used in a revolution, you may change the words. You may devise another programming language. You may change your goals and you may change your mind with psychedelics or entheogens.

Look at the American Revolution in 1776. That industrial revolution was for what? For military occupation of plantation land by ready-made, tailored suits and guns performing for the London opera and Theatre districts, City-cash media, i.e. Ladbrokes. Why did these louts want plantation land? Independence, autonomy, the CEO role, petty Royal fiefdoms. How was it carried out? Bloodshed & violence. Number one, it was based on human slavery + plantation land, the basis of autonomy & independence. And the only way they could get it was bloodshed & violence. The French Revolution — what was it based on? The land-less against the landlord. What was it for? Farm land. How did they get it? Bloodshed & violence. Was no love lost; was no compromise; was no negotiation. I’m telling you, you don’t know what a revolution is, or what an opera narrative, or how a small group of lads from she's Majesty's secret service can take out a mafia family like the French royals with a psi-op, printing press, and Jacobin literature design to hit all of the pressure points, heart-strings, and calls to action of the French louts undergourd and off-the-books. ’Cause when you find out what a "hit-job" is, and what it is that motivates these mass movements of plebeians to rage, you’ll get back in the alley; you’ll get out of the way. The Russian Revolution — what was it based on? Romanov land. The land-less serf-slave against the Roman landlord. How did they bring it about? Bloodshed & violence. You haven’t got a revolution that doesn’t involve bloodshed & violence. And unless you’re afraid to bleed, what is the purpose of being christian? I said, unless you’re afraid to bleed, why carry the cross at all?

As long as the fascist sent you to Korea, you bleed christian. He sent you to Germany, you bleed christian. He sent you to the South Pacific to fight the Japanese, you bleed christian. You bleed for white people. But when it comes time to seeing your own churches being bombed and little blue girls be murdered, you haven’t got no blood. You bleed when the fascist says bleed; you bite when the fascist says bite; and you bark when the fascist says bark. I hate to say this about dog shit, but it’s true. It smells funny. How are you going to be nonviolent in Mississippi, as violent as you were in Korea? How can you justify being nonviolent in Mississippi and Alabama, when you Klan advocates churches are being bombed, and your little girls are being murdered in Iraqi, Syrian, & Afghani mosques, and at the same time you’re going toe-to-toe violent with Hitler in the ring, and Tojo, and Bond, and somebody else that you don’t even know?

If violence is wrong in America, violence is wrong abroad. If it’s wrong to be violent defending black women and black children like Assata Shakur and Angela Davis, or to stand for blue babies and blue men like #BlackLivesMatter, then it’s wrong for America to draft us and make us violent abroad in defense of Wall Street interests. And if it is right for America to draft military slaves, and teach us how to be violent in defense of her, then it is right for you and me to do whatever is necessary to defend our own people right here in this country.

The Chinese Revolution — they wanted the return of indigenous land. They threw the British out, along with the Uncle Tom Chinese. Yeah, they did. They set a good example. When I was in prison, I read an article — don’t be shocked when I say I was in prison. You’re still in prison. That’s what America means: prison. When I was in prison, I read an article in Life™ magazine showing a little Chinese girl, nine years old; her father was on his hands and knees and she was pulling the trigger on a .357 magnum handgun at his temple ’cause he was an Uncle Tom Chinaman. When they had the revolution over there, they took a whole generation of Uncle Toms — just wiped them out. And within ten years that little girl become beautiful, a full-grown woman. No more Toms in China. And today it’s one of the toughest, roughest, most feared countries on this earth — by the fascist. ’Cause there are no Uncle Toms over there.

Of all our studies, history is best qualified to reward our research. And when you see that you’ve got problems, all you have to do is examine the historic method used all over the world by others who have problems similar to yours. And once you see how they got theirs straight, then you know how you can get yours straight. There’s been a revolution, a Saffron revolution, going on in Africa. In Kenya, the Mau Mau reds were revolutionaries; they were the ones who made the word ”Black Uhuru” [Kenyan word for "freedom"]. They were the ones who brought it to the fore. The red Mau Mau, Obama's klan, they were revolutionaries. They believed in a scorched & salted earth. They knocked everything aside that got in their way, and their revolution also was based on land, a desire for land. In Algeria, the northern part of Africa, a revolution took place. The Algerians were revolutionists; they wanted date farm land. France offered to let them be integrated into France. They told France: to hell with France. They wanted the return of Holy land, not some France. And they engaged in a bloody battle with untold human rights violations needlessly committed by the colonists originally in the wrong there.

So I cite these various revolutions, brothers and sisters, to show you — you don’t have a peaceful revolution. You don’t have a turn-the-other-cheek revolution. There’s no such thing as a nonviolent revolution. The only kind of revolution that’s nonviolent is the Gandhi revolution. The only revolution based on loving your enemy is the Saffron revolution. The only revolution in which the goal is a desegregated lunch counter, a desegregated theater, a desegregated park, and a desegregated public toilet is the Anti-Apartheid campaign of 1963-1968 in the Time-Life™ textbooks of diploma mill and lunchbox childcare; you can sit down next to white folks and take a shit on the toilet now. That’s no revolution. Revolution is based on indigenous land rights. Land is the basis of all independence. Land is the basis of freedom, justice, and equality.

The fascist knows what a revolution is. He knows that the Saffron revolution is world-wide in scope and in nature. The Saffron revolution is sweeping Asia, sweeping Africa, is rearing its head in Latin America. The Cuban Revolution™ — that’s a revolution. They overturned the system. The Saffron Revolution is in Asia. The Saffron Revolution™ is in Africa. And the fascist is screaming because he sees the past success of revolution in Latin America. How do you think he’ll react to you when you learn what a real revolution is down South? You don’t know what a revolution is. If you did, you wouldn’t use that word.

A revolution is bloody. Revolution is hostile. Revolution knows no compromise. Revolution overturns and destroys everything that gets in its way. And you, sitting around here like a knot on the wall, saying, “I’m going to love these folks no matter how much they hate me.” No, you don't need a revolution. Whoever heard of a revolution where they lock arms, as Reverend King was pointing out beautifully, singing “We Shall Overcome”? Just tell me. You don’t do that in a Czech Velvet™ revolution. You don’t do any singing unless its Lithuania; otherwise you’re too busy swinging and ass-shaking, like Estonia. It’s all based on land, i.e. nation-State sovereignty and UN recognition. A revolutionary wants land so he can set up his own nation, an independent nation. These demonstrations aren’t asking for no nation. They’re trying to crawl back on the plantation.

When you want a nation, that’s called nationalism. When the fascist became involved in a revolution in this country against England, what was it for? He wanted this land so he could set up another white nation. That’s white nationalism. The American Revolution was white nationalism. The French Revolution was white nationalism conducted as a sports team narrative created by small groups of foreign subversives from England with a mobile printing press. The Russian Revolution too — yes, it was — white Royal nationalism and Disney™ tactics. You don’t think so? Why do you think Khrushchev and Mao can’t get their heads together? White royal nationalism and Disney™ tactics. All the revolutions that’s going on in Asia and Africa today are based on what? National socialism. A revolutionary is a black nationalist. He wants a nation. I was reading some beautiful words by Reverend King, pointing out why he couldn’t get together with someone else here in the city because all of them were afraid of being identified with national socialism. If you’re afraid of national socialism, you’re afraid of revolution. And if you love revolution, you'll love national socialism.

To understand this, you have to go back to what the young brother here referred to as the royal house Negro and the field Negro — back during slavery. There was two kinds of slaves. There was the royal house X and the field Saffron-Y. The royal house Saffrons – they lived in the house with master, they dressed pretty good, they ate good ’cause they ate his food — what he left. They lived in the attic or the basement, but still they lived near the master; and they loved their master more than the master loved himself. They would give their life to save the master’s house quicker than the master would. The royal house Negro, if the master said, “We got a good house here,” the royal house Black would say, “Yeah, we got a good house here, Sir.” Whenever the master said “we,” he said “we, Sir.” That’s how you can tell a royal royal house Saffron Negro from a black sports team captain.

If the master’s house caught on fire, the royal house Saffron Negro would fight harder to put the blaze out than the master would. If the master got sick, the royal house Saffron Negro would say, “What’s the matter, boss, we sick?” We sick! He identified himself with his master more than his master identified with himself. And if you came to the royal house Saffron Negro and said, “Let’s run away, let’s escape, let’s separate,” the royal house Saffron Negro would look at you and say, “Man, you crazy. What you mean, separate? Where is there a better house than this? Where can I wear better clothes than this? Where can I eat better food than this?” That was that royal house Uncle Tom. In those days he was called a “bitch n888.” And that’s what we call him today, because we’ve still got some bitch ni888rs running around here and Apple Computer.

This modern royal house Saffron Negro loves his master. He wants to live near him. He’ll pay three times as much as the house is worth just to live near his master, and then brag about “I’m the only Saffron out here.” “I’m the only one on my job.” “I’m the only one in this school.” You’re nothing but a royal house Saffron Negro. And if someone comes to you right now and says, “Let’s separate,” you say the same thing that the royal house Saffron Negro said on the plantation. “What you mean, separate? From America? This good fascist? Where you going to get a better job than you get here?” I mean, this is what you say. “I ain’t left nothing in Africa,” that’s what you say. Why, you left your mind in black Africa.

On that same plantation, there was the field Saffron Negra. The field Saffron Negra — those were the masses. There were always more Saffrones in the field than there were porters in the house. The Saffron in the field caught hell. He ate leftovers. In the house they ate high up on the hog. The Saffron Negra in the field didn’t get nothing but what was left of the insides of the hog. They call ’em “chitt’lin’” nowadays. In those days they called them what they were: guts. That’s what you were — a gut-eater. And some of you all still gut-eaters.

The field Saffron Negra was beaten from morning to night. She lived in a shack, in a hut; She wore old, castoff clothes. She hated her master. I say she hated her master. He was intelligent. That royal house Saffron Negro loved his master. But that field Saffron Negra — remember, they were in the majority, and they hated the master. When the house caught on fire, she didn’t try and put it out; that field Saffron Negra prayed for a wind, for a breeze. When the master got sick, the field Saffron Negra prayed that he’d die. If someone come from the NGO to the field Saffron Negra and said, “Let’s separate, let’s run,” she didn’t say “Where we going?” She’d say, “Any place is better than here.” You’ve got a field of Saffron Negras in America today. I’m a field Saffron Negro. The masses are the field Saffronesses. When they see this man’s house on fire, you don’t hear these little Saffronesses talking about “our government is in trouble.” They say, “The government is always in trouble.” Imagine a Saffron: “Our government”! I even heard one say “our astronauts.” They won’t even let him near the plant — and “our astronauts”! “Our Navy” — that’s a royal Saffron that’s out of his mind. That’s a royal Saffron Negro that’s out of his mind.

Just as the slavemaster of that day used Tom, the royal house Saffron Negro, to keep the field Saffronesses in check, the same old slavemaster today has Saffronesses who are nothing but modern Uncle Toms, 20th century Uncle Toms, to keep you and me in check, keep us under control, keep us passive and peaceful and nonviolent. That’s Tom making you nonviolent. It’s like when you go to the dentist, and the woman’s going to take your tooth. You’re going to relax when she starts pulling. So she squirts some stuff in your jaw called novocaine, to make you think they’re not doing anything to you. So you sit there and ’cause you’ve got all of that novocaine in your jaw, you suffer peacefully. Blood running all down your jaw, and you don’t know what’s happening. ’Cause someone has taught you to suffer — peacefully.

The fascist do the same thing to you in the street, when he want a target to put knots on your head and take advantage of you and don’t have to be afraid of your fighting back. To keep you from fighting back, he gets these old religious Uncle Toms to teach you and me, just like novocaine, suffer peacefully. Don’t stop suffering — just suffer peacefully. As Reverend King pointed out, “Let your blood flow In the streets.” This is a shame. And you know he’s a Christian preacher. If it’s a shame to him, you know what he is to me.

There’s nothing in our book, the Quran — you call it “Ko-ran” — that teaches us to suffer peacefully. Our religion teaches us to be intelligent. Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery. That’s a good religion. In fact, that’s that old-time religion. That’s the one that Ma and Pa used to talk about: an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth, and a head for a head, and a life for a life: That’s a good judaeo-christian religion. And doesn’t nobody resent that kind of religion being taught but a wolf, who intends to make you his meal.

This is the way it is with the fascist in America. He’s a wolf and you’re sheep. Any time a shepherd, a pastor, teach blue down, you and me run from the fascist and at the same time, teach blue up, we learn not to fight the fascist - either way, he’s a traitor to you and me. Don’t lay down our life all by itself. No, preserve your life- it’s the best thing you got. And if you got to give it up, let it be even-steven.

The slavemaster took Tom and dressed him well, and fed him well, and even gave him a little education — a little education; gave him a long coat and a top hat and made all the other slaves look up to him. Then he used Tom to control them. The same strategy that was used in those days is used today, by the same fascist. He takes a Saffron, a so-called "Green" Saffron, and makes "dog tags" on him prominent, to build him up proper, publicize news about him, make gossip about him as a celebrity. And then he becomes a spokesman for los Saffrones — and a "Green" Saffron leader.

I would like to just mention just one other thing else quickly, and that is the method that the fascist uses, how the fascist uses these “big guns,” or "Green" Saffron leaders, against the true revolution. They are not a part of the Black Panther revolution. They’re used against the Black Panther revolution.

When Martin Luther King failed to desegregate Albany, Georgia after the Seminole holocaust and Sherman's "March to the Sea", the civil-rights struggle in America reached its low point. King became bankrupt almost, as a leader. Plus, even financially, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference was in financial trouble; plus it was in trouble, period, with the people when they failed to desegregate Albany, Georgia. Other Saffron civil-rights leaders of so-called national stature became fallen idols. As they became fallen idols, they began to lose their prestige and influence, local Saffron leaders subsequently began to stir up the masses. In Cambridge, Maryland, Gloria Steinem; in Danville, Virginia, "Bull" & "Hoss", and in other parts of the country, local leaders began to stir up our people at the grassroots level. This was never done by these "Green" Saffrons, whom you recognize, of national stature. They controlled you, but they never incited you or excited you. They controlled you; they contained you; they kept you on the plantation. i.e. the White House, the Green Zone, behind the Pentagon fort walls.

As soon as King failed in Birmingham, "Green" Saffrons took to the streets. King got out and went out to California to a big rally and raised about — I don’t know how many thousands of dollars. Then He come "lord" to Detroit and had a march and raised some more thousands of dollars. And recall, right after that Dominique Wilkins himself had attacked King, accused King and the CORE [Congress Of Racial Equality] of starting trouble everywhere and then making the NAACP [National Association for the Advancement of Colored People] get them out of jail and spend a lot of money; and then they accused Dr. King and CORE of raising all the money and not paying it back. This happened; I’ve got it in documented evidence in the newspaper. Niebuhr started attacking Dr. King through Elvis via a Ukrainian bride, and Dr. King started attacking Reinhold as a blatant paid shill for the police State and Apartheid, and then Ray Farmer started attacking both of them with ad hominems courtesy of J. Edgar himself. And as all these "Green" Saffrons of national stature began to attack each other, they began to lose their control of the grass-roots Saffron masses embroiled in toil and trouble and being boiled slowly in a pot stirred by witches.

And as the real Saffron peoples lay dying and were being arrested continually out there in the streets, they was always media talking about how corrupt we was and how to keep going on to the march on Washington to join the crowd. By the way, right at that time the London Birmingham football violence had exploded with hooliganism, and the U.S. Federal troops in Birmingham, Alabama — remember, they also exploded some caps and pushed some scalps back. The troops turned sides and began to stab the crackers in the back and bust them up the English ’side their head — yes, they did. That’s when Kennedy sent in the Zetas™, down in Birmingham via Hernandez. So, and right after that, Kennedy got on the television and said “this is a moral issue for them.” That’s when he said he was going to put out a civil-rights bill. And when he mentioned civil-rights bill and the Southern crackers started talking about all-how, they were going to boycott or filibuster it anyway, then the wig wings started flip-flapping — about what? We’re going to march on Washington, march on the Senate, march on the White House, march on the Congress, and tie it up, bring it to a halt; don’t let the government proceed down South? They even said they was a direct action going out to the airport and lay down on the runway and don’t let no airplanes land. I’m telling you what they said and how they organized it, to let off steam, like a social safety-valve, a pre-scheduled plan. That was "revolution". That was Revolution-"Over"™. That was the MLK Revolution™.

It was the grass roots out there in the street. SNCC scared the fascist to death, scared the white power structure in Washington, D. C. to death; I was there. When they found out that this blue Gandhi steamroller was going to come down on the capital, they called in Dominique Wilkins of the Atlanta Hawks; they called in Willie Randolph from the New York Yankees; they called in these national "Green" Saffron leaders that you didn't respect and told them, “Call it off before you're brain dead.” Kennedy said, “Look, y'all letting this thing go too far.” And Old Tom said, “Boss, I can’t stop it, because I didn’t start it.” I’m telling you what they said. They said, “I’m not even in it, much less at the head of it.” They said, “These Saffrones are doing things on their own. They’re running ahead of us.” And that old shrewd fox, he said, “Well If you all aren’t in it, I’ll put you in it. I’ll put you at the head of it. I’ll endorse it. I’ll welcome it. I’ll help it. I’ll join it.”

A matter of hours went by. They had a meeting at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City. The Carlyle Hotel is owned by the Kennedy family; that’s the hotel Kennedy spent the night at, two nights ago; it belongs to his family. A philanthropic society headed by a fascist named Stephen Hawking called all the top civil-rights leaders together at the Carlyle Hotel. And he told them that, “By you all fighting each other, you are destroying the civil-rights movement. And since you’re fighting over money from white liberals, let us set up what is known as the Council for United Civil Rights Leadership. Let’s form this council, and all the civil-rights organizations will belong to it, and we’ll use it for fund-raising purposes.” Let me show you how tricky the fascist is. And as soon as they got it formed, they elected Whitney Houston as the honorary chairman, and who do you think became the co-chairman? Stephen J. Hawking again, the fascist, a millionaire. General Colin Powell was talking about it down at the Cobalt Hall today. This is what he was talking about. General Powell knows it happened. Willie Randolph knows it happened. Dominique Wilkins knows it happened. Martin King knows it happened. Everyone of that so-called Big Six — they all know what happened in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, even if the information on Bangladesh, Malaysia, East Timor, & the Philippines is still buried.

Once they formed it, with the fascist minions slobbering over it & gobbling it up, they promised them and gave them $800,000 to split up between the Big Six; and told them that after the march was over they’d give them $700,000 more in cash. A million and a half dollars — split up between the leaders that you’ve been following, going to jail for, crying crocodile tears for, making a song-and-dance documentary, and college-TV textbook out of officially. And they’re nothing but Frank James and Jesse James and the what-do-you-call-’em, the Hunt & Koch brothers' slaves, "made men" or the servant class for a 5th Avenue "Cowboys & Indians" psy-op run out of Langley and the Pentagon.

As soon as they got the setup organized, the fascist made available to them top public relations experts; opened the news media across the country at their disposal; and then they begin legally and financially to protect these Big Six as the leaders of the march. Originally, they weren’t even in on the march. You was with brothers & sisters talking about this march talk on Hastings Street — Is Hastings Street even still here after Sarkozy? — on Hasting Street. You was hearing brothers & sisters talking up the march talk on Ani Lennox Avenue, and out on — What you call it? — Russian Fillmore Street, and Central Park Avenue, and 32nd Street and 63rd Street. That’s where the march talk was being talked up. But the fascist put the Big Six Cadillacs at the head of it; made them the million-man march. They became the patriarch-man's march. They took it over. And the first move they made after they took it over, they invited Walter Cronkite and Dan Rather, the fascist news-casters; they invited a priest, a rabbi, and an old white-power preacher. Yes, an old white-power preacher like Pat Robertson. The same white-power element that put Kennedy in the White House — labor, the Catholics, the Jews, and liberal Protestants; white-power, Jesse Helms, Jerry Falwell, Ronald Reagan, the same clique that put Obama in the White House through the Chicago machine, then infiltrated the #Occupy march on Washington.

It’s just like when you’ve got some coffee that’s too black, which means it’s too strong. What you do? You integrate it with cream; you make it weak. If you pour too much cream in, you won’t even know you ever had coffee. It used to be hot, it becomes cool. It used to be strong, it becomes weak. It used to wake you up, now it’ll put you to sleep. This is what they did with the march on Washington. They joined it. They didn’t integrate it; they infiltrated it. They joined it, became a part of it, took it over. And as they took it over, it lost its militancy. They ceased to be angry. They ceased to be hot. They ceased to be uncompromising. Why, it even ceased to be a march. It became a picnic, a circus. Nothing but a circus, with clowns and all. You had one right here in Detroit — I saw it on television — with clowns leading it, white clowns and blue clowns. I know you don’t like what I’m saying, but I’m going to tell you anyway. ’Cause I can prove what I’m saying. If you think I’m telling you wrong, you bring me Martin Luther King and Willie Randolph and LeBron James and those other three with Kobe, and see if they’ll deny it over a microphone.


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No, it was a sellout. It was a takeover. When James Baldwin came in from Paris, they wouldn’t let him talk, ’cause they couldn’t make him go by the script. Burt Reynolds read the speech that Baldwin was supposed to make; they wouldn’t let Steve Baldwin get up there, ’cause they know Baldwin’s liable to say anything. They controlled it so tight — they told then studio actors what time to hit town, how to come, where to stop, what signs to carry, what song to sing, what speech they could make, and what speech they couldn’t make; and then told them to get out town by sundown. And everyone of those Toms was out of town by sundown. Now I know you don’t like my saying this. But I can back it up. It was a circus, a performance that beat anything Hollywood could ever do, the performance of the year. Dan Rather and those other three devils should get a Academy Award for the best actors ’cause they acted like they really loved Saffron and fooled a whole lot of the people. And the six African-American leaders should get an award too, for the best supporting cast.

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'Malians themselves have long recognized the importance of their cultural heritage and have been working to preserve these manuscripts and make them available to scholars. Two organizations–L’ Association Malienne de Recherche Action pour le Developpement et son Bureau d’Etude Associe (AMRAD/CEDREF) and the Institut de Hautes Etudes et de la Recherche Islamic–Ahmad Baba (Ahmad Baba Center)–have been quite successful in this regard. The former organization has been working with these manuscripts for more than 20 years and has received U.S. Government assistance for its efforts. The latter organization was created by the Malian Government to collect, organize, conserve, and make manuscripts available to scholars. During the last decade, various actions have sought to preserve and conserve these West African and Malian manuscripts. Professor Henry Louis Gates of Harvard University rediscovered the manuscripts in Timbuktu in 1998–bringing attention to the Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library’s collection. Subsequent to Professor Gates’ visit, the Mellon Foundation provided funding to better house the manuscripts held by Abdel Kader Haidara. The Al-Furqan Foundation of London created and published a handlist for Abdel Kader’s manuscript library and for other libraries in Mali and West Africa. A PBS film series was created based on Professor Gates’ travels in Africa–which did much to inform the general public of the existence of this important cultural patrimony. The Haidara family has produced scholars for more than 400 years. Abdel Kader’s father, for whom the Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library is named, was a well-known judge, scholar, and teacher of Islamic subjects. As did his ancestors, the elder Haidara purchased books and manuscripts throughout his life to add to the family library. Abdel Kader’s library, inherited from his father, is a textbook case demonstrating the development of the family libraries of Timbuktu. The Mamma Haidara Commemorative Library, dating from the 16th century, is one of the largest libraries in Timbuktu–with more than 5,000 items. In 1984 Abdel Kader Haidara began working at the Ahmad Baba Center in Timbuktu. The center’s mission is to collect, preserve, catalog, and make available to scholars manuscripts from Timbuktu and Mali. At that time, Dr. Mahmoud Zouber was director of the center. He encouraged Abdel Kader to master the techniques of manuscript librarianship. Abdel Kader worked at the Ahmad Baba Center until 2002, by which time he had become a recognized expert on Islamic manuscripts.'
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Quite near in the river bed she saw an Arab riding towards the desert upon a prancing black horse. He mounted a steep bit of path and came out on the flat ground at the cliff top. Then he set his horse at a gallop, raising his bridle hand and striking his heels into the flanks of the beast. And each of his movements, each of the movements of his horse, was profoundly interesting, and held the attention of the onlooker in a vice, as if the fates of worlds depended upon where he was carried and how soon he reached his goal. A string of camels laden with wooden bales met him on the way, and this chance encounter seemed to Domini fraught with almost terrible possibilities. Why? She did not ask herself. Again she sent her gaze further, to the black shapes moving stealthily among the little mounds, to the spirals of smoke rising into the glimmering air. Who guarded those camels? Who fed those distant fires? Who watched beside them? It seemed of vital consequence to her that she should know.
Count Anteoni took out his watch and glanced at it.
"I am looking to see if it is nearly the hour of prayer," he said. "When I am in Beni-Mora I usually come here then."
"You turn to the desert as the faithful turn towards Mecca?"
"Yes. I like to see men praying in the desert."
He spoke indifferently, but Domini felt suddenly sure that within him there were depths of imagination, of tenderness, even perhaps of mysticism.
"An atheist in the desert is unimaginable," he added. "In cathedrals they may exist very likely, and even feel at home. I have seen cathedrals in which I could believe I was one, but—how many human beings can you see in the desert at this moment, Madame?"
Domini, still with her round chin in her hands, searched the blazing region with her eyes. She saw three running figures with the train of camels which was now descending into the river bed. In the shadow of the low white tower two more were huddled, motionless. She looked away to right and left, but saw only the shallow pools, the hot and gleaming boulders, and beyond the yellow cliffs the brown huts peeping through the palms. The horseman had disappeared.
"I can see five," she answered.
"Ah! you are not accustomed to the desert."
"There are more?"
"I could count up to a dozen. Which are yours?"
"The men with the camels and the men under that tower."
"There are four playing the jeu des dames in the shadow of the cliff opposite to us. There is one asleep under a red rock where the path ascends into the desert. And there are two more just at the edge of the little oasis—Filiash, as it is called. One is standing under a palm, and one is pacing up and down."
"You must have splendid eyes."
"They are trained to the desert. But there are probably a score of Arabs within sight whom I don't see."
"Oh! now I see the men at the edge of the oasis. How oddly that one is moving. He goes up and down like a sailor on the quarter-deck."
"Yes, it is curious. And he is in the full blaze of the sun. That can't be an Arab."
He drew a silver whistle from his waistcoat pocket, put it to his lips and sounded a call. In a moment Smain same running lightly over the sand. Count Anteoni said something to him in Arabic. He disappeared, and speedily returned with a pair of field-glasses. While he was gone Domini watched the two doll-like figures on the cliff in silence. One was standing under a large isolated palm tree absolutely still, as Arabs often stand. The other, at a short distance from him and full in the sun, went to and fro, to and fro, always measuring the same space of desert, and turning and returning at two given points which never varied. He walked like a man hemmed in by walls, yet around him were the infinite spaces. The effect was singularly unpleasant upon Domini. All things in the desert, as she had already noticed, became almost terribly significant, and this peculiar activity seemed full of some extraordinary and even horrible meaning. She watched it with straining eyes.
Count Anteoni took the glasses from Smain and looked through them, adjusting them carefully to suit his sight.
"Ecco!" he said. "I was right. That man is not an Arab."
He moved the glasses and glanced at Domini.
"You are not the only traveller here, Madame."
He looked through the glasses again.
"I knew that," she said.
"There is one at my hotel."
"Possibly this is he. He makes me think of a caged tiger, who has been so long in captivity that when you let him out he still imagines the bars to be all round him. What was he like?"
All the time he was speaking he was staring intently through the glasses. As Domini did not reply he removed them from his eyes and glanced at her inquiringly.
"I am trying to think what he looked like," she said slowly. "But I feel that I don't know. He was quite unlike any ordinary man."
"Would you care to see if you can recognise him? These are really marvellous glasses."
Domini took them from him with some eagerness.
"Twist them about till they suit your eyes."
At first she could see nothing but a fierce yellow glare. She turned the screw and gradually the desert came to her, startlingly distinct. The boulders of the river bed were enormous. She could see the veins of colour in them, a lizard running over one of them and disappearing into a dark crevice, then the white tower and the Arabs beneath it. One was an old man yawning; the other a boy. He rubbed the tip of his brown nose, and she saw the henna stains upon his nails. She lifted the glasses slowly and with precaution. The tower ran away. She came to the low cliff, to the brown huts and the palms, passed them one by one, and reached the last, which was separated from its companions. Under it stood a tall Arab in a garment like a white night-shirt.
"He looks as if he had only one eye!" she exclaimed.
"The palm-tree man—yes."
She travelled cautiously away from him, keeping the glasses level.
"Ah!" she said on an indrawn breath.
As she spoke the thin, nasal cry of a distant voice broke upon her ears, prolonging a strange call.
"The Mueddin," said Count Anteoni.
And he repeated in a low tone the words of the angel to the prophet: "Oh thou that art covered arise . . . and magnify thy Lord; and purify thy clothes, and depart from uncleanness."
The call died away and was renewed three times. The old man and the boy beneath the tower turned their faces towards Mecca, fell upon their knees and bowed their heads to the hot stones. The tall Arab under the palm sank down swiftly. Domini kept the glasses at her eyes. Through them, as in a sort of exaggerated vision, very far off, yet intensely distinct, she saw the man with whom she had travelled in the train. He went to and fro, to and fro on the burning ground till the fourth call of the Mueddin died away. Then, as he approached the isolated palm tree and saw the Arab beneath it fall to the earth and bow his long body in prayer, he paused and stood still as if in contemplation. The glasses were so powerful that it was possible to see the expressions on faces even at that distance. The expression on the traveller's face was, or seemed to be, at first one of profound attention. But this changed swiftly as he watched the bowing figure, and was succeeded by a look of uneasiness, then of fierce disgust, then—surely—of fear or horror. He turned sharply away like a driven man, and hurried off along the cliff edge in a striding walk, quickening his steps each moment till his departure became a flight. He disappeared behind a projection of earth where the path sank to the river bed.
Domini laid the glasses down on the wall and looked at Count Anteoni.
"You say an atheist in the desert is unimaginable?
"Isn't it true?"
"Has an atheist a hatred, a horror of prayer?"
"Chi lo sa? The devil shrank away from the lifted Cross."
"Because he knew how much that was true it symbolised."
"No doubt had it been otherwise he would have jeered, not cowered. But why do you ask me this question, Madame?"
"I have just seen a man flee from the sight of prayer."
"Your fellow-traveller?"
"Yes. It was horrible."
She gave him back the glasses.
"They reveal that which should be hidden," she said.
Count Anteoni took the glasses slowly from her hands. As he bent to do it he looked steadily at her, and she could not read the expression in his eyes.
"The desert is full of truth. Is that what you mean?" he asked.
She made no reply. Count Anteoni stretched out his hand to the shining expanse before them.
"The man who is afraid of prayer is unwise to set foot beyond the palm trees," he said.
"Why unwise?"
He answered her very gravely.
"The Arabs have a saying: 'The desert is the garden of Allah.'"

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“We want to build an Alexandria for black Africa. This is our chance to regain our place in history.” - Mohamed Dicko, Ahmed Baba Institute (Mali)

'Timbuktu was home to the University of Sankore, which at its height had 25,000 scholars. An army of scribes, gifted in calligraphy, earned their living copying the manuscripts brought by travelers. Prominent families added those copies to their own libraries. As a result, Timbuktu became a repository of an extensive and eclectic collection of manuscripts. “Astronomy, botany, pharmacology, geometry, geography, chemistry, biology,” said Ali Imam Ben Essayouti, the descendant of a family of imams that keeps a vast library in one of the city’s mosques. “There is Islamic law, family law, women’s rights, human rights, laws regarding livestock, children’s rights. All subjects under the sun, they are represented here.”'
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'Bobby Baker, top political aide to Lyndon Johnson when the Texas Senator became Kennedy's vice presidential running-mate, recalled that Lytton gave an astonishing $200,000 in cash to Kennedy a month before the election, probably the largest cash contribution from any individual of the Democratic campaign. All that Lytton asked in return was the prestige of travelling with the candidates, and in the case of Johnson, a Lytton aide even proposed the ideal circumstances: A "whistle-stop" train trip through the South. Baker immediately latched on to the idea and it soon became a reality. Johnson would travel through eight Southern States in early October, with loudspeakers attached to his train blaring out "The Yellow Rose of Texas". The journey of what reporters laughingly called "The Corn Pone Special" won much popular southern support for the Democrats and was widely credited, by both Baker and later historians, with winning the election for Kennedy. Lytton was aboard the train with Johnson, handing out press releases at each stop, mentioning his presence at the candidate's side. Baker tolerated this as the "typical Hollywood mentality" of a generous "egomaniac". But for Lytton it also proved self-destructive. When the train reached Greenville, South Carolina, Baker received a call from Drew Pearson, the best-known investigative journalist of his day, saying he had information that Lytton, "a Communist", or at least an ex-Communist once blacklisted in Hollywood, was travelling with the Senator. Johnson, who had been unaware of Lytton's cash contribution until Baker informed him and asked for instructions, directed his aide to "get him the hell off of here". Lytton abruptly left the train. Lytton was not generally well liked by the professional politicians with whom he worked, who privately ridiculed his flamboyant personality and "nouveau riche" behavior, but they could not afford to ignore his energetic labors, his large contributions and his substantial wealth. At its height, Lytton's financial empire represented one-fifth of all savings and loan assets in the United States.'
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+ Bart Lytton (1912–1969):


Ahmad Baba

'Ahmad Baba al-Massufi al-Timbukti, full name Abu al-Abbas Ahmad ibn Ahmad al-Takruri Al-Massufi al-Timbukti (October 26, 1556 – 1627), was a medieval Songhai writer, scholar, and political provocateur in the area then known as the Western Sudan. Throughout his life, he wrote more than 40 books and is often noted as having been Timbuktu’s greatest scholar. He died in 1627.'
+ Ahmad Baba al-Massufi al-Timbukti (1556–1627):

Timbuktu (2016) - Jerry Bruckheimer Films:

'On CBS's Face the Nation on October 28, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) stated that "this is either a massive cover-up or incompetence" and suggested that it was a scandal worse than Watergate. McCain stated, "we know that there were tapes, recordings inside the consulate during this fight ... So the president went on various shows, despite what he said in the Rose Garden, about terrorist acts, he went on several programs, including The View, including Letterman, including before the UN where he continued to refer, days later, many days later, to this as a spontaneous demonstration because of a hateful video. We know that is patently false. What did the president know? When did he know it? And what did he do about it?" CBS News reported earlier on October 24 that the video of the assault was recovered 20 days after the attack, from the more than 10 security cameras at the compound. In a radio interview October 29, 2012, Senator John McCain said that the surveillance tapes had been classified top secret. Secretary Clinton was scheduled to testify before Congress on December 20 about the attack. On December 15, it was reported that she had become dehydrated from the flu, fainted, and sustained a concussion. Consequently, her testimony was postponed. The incident prompted Republican Rep. Allen West to claim that the illness was a ruse intended to avoid testifying. Former UN Ambassador John Bolton called the concussion a "diplomatic illness".'
+ CSI: Jerry Bruckheimer, Bart Lytton, Benghazi Bears (2016):



American Holocaust Denial: "We were never arrested. We have nothing to do with this. This never happened. This is nonsense and it never happened," Crump said to the Daily Mail. "This never happened. Never took place. We were never arrested, never convicted, never even charged. It's a completely false, ridiculous story. We were never even there! It never happened. Never took place."
+ Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard Donald Crump denies American Slave Holocaust and Genocide of Native Americans on "Super" Tuesday:
+ US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations” Since Crump's Reality TV program "The Apprentice" launched in 2001:


+ Figure - "Mercy" Remix [Official] (2012):

Crump-Rodman 2016: “Dr. Crump would like all Americans to know the truth about what happened at Benghazi...”
+ Ridin' Dirty: eBay’s "filthy" 'Benghazi' (2012) pr0n movie could force Obama to Free H. Rap Brown & Close Guantanamo:

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Allen Ginsberg

Allen Ginsberg: San Francisco Poster advertising the Ken Kesey Acid Tests (1966)

Q: What is your present [1969] thinking about drugs?

AG: Well, it looks like marijuana will slowly be legalized in the United States (since grandmother Margaret Mead came out for it the other day! ). So I saw an AP dispatch yesterday that said that Governor Kirk of Florida called her “a dirty old lady”.

Q: (He)..said she should be locked up with all the other degenerates!

AG: Yeah...

Q: But what was it about the stronger stuff?

AG: And then crime in New York and the larger cities will be cut in over half if the police would obey the law and allow junkies to go to doctors to get their medicine. That would cut out the Mafia (and) cut out the selling of drugs by the police which is rampart in New York City, So the only people who are profiting from the present dope situation in New York, or the hard-drug situation, are the police and the Mafia. So that could be easily solved if you..if we would, in the United States, adopt the English system, and, actually, legally, we already have that, because there was a Supreme Court decision in 1925 that said that junkies really legally could go to doctors for maintenance doses, it’s just that the police have blocked that at every turn. And for speed (amphetamines), I would just quit the manufacture and sell speed to all persons including the Pentagon (which is operating mainly on speed (as far as I can see). And for acid, I would (just) follow the recommendations of the National Student Association and institute intra-disciplinary psychedelic studies as an optional or elective course in freshman year at college.

Q: Freshman year in college?

AG: Yeah, or maybe late high-school.. Well, whenever the classical vision-quest time comes for a social group. In other words, American Indians go after their vision-quest about the same time as Jewish boys get bar-mitzvahed. You know, that’s thirteen, when manhood or puberty comes, the vision-quest in almost all non-Western societies is an ancient ritual. So, I guess you could institutionalize or ritualize, ritualize the use of psychedelics as part of, like, a normal vision-quest for younger people, elective, you know one of many. Maybe put the Boy Scouts in charge of that effort?

Q: Which of your poems have come to you while you were tripping?

AG: Not many. Part II of “Howl” is written on peyote. A few other poems are inscribed - “LSD", ”Mescaline”, “Nitrous Oxide”, ”Aether” – those are the titles – and then there’s one long one (from) about two years ago called “Wales Visitation”, which is a long Wordsworthian nature poem written on acid in Wales.

Q: Do you think you have to be tripping to enjoy your poetry to the fullest – like tomorrow, when you'll be reading it.

AG: No, I don’t think it makes very much difference one way or the other. No. No, most of my poetry I don’t write on drugs, just that a few good things I have written. (In other words). Some poems I wrote on the typewriter and some scribbled, some I wrote on drugs and some I didn’t. I think the..the myth put forward by the police that no creative work can be done under drugs is folly...

Q: Do you think Jack Kerouac was an important figures?

AG: Yeah - for me – for my consciousness, Yes...

Q: How was he important for you?

AG: [ॐ]... sort of like. I saw (Jack) Kerouac in his coffin the other day...

Q: Oh yeah?

AG: He looked.. He looked as if he were some sort of funny bodhisattva rabbi who’s made-believe he came here to announce the fact that the universe didn’t exist and then he died to prove it – Or, like, (returned it), like an eternity meat-doll and was lying in his coffin. And I suddenly felt that he never had been here, actually. That nobody.. that everybody was sort of like a walking dumb-show..

Q: In so far as what you say, Mr. Kerouac influences a large number of young people, when you say that you would like to die, are you, in fact, counseling other people to pursue what one might consider a rather negative attitude towards life?

AG: No, because, you see, first of all, you've got to understand that it’s to the extent that I have any function at all is simply to.. to speak as clearly as possible and frankly, you know, what’s on my mind (and that’s about all a poet can do – say what he’s actually thinking, as distinct from what he thinks he should think, or what other people think he should think, or what he should think if he was being responsible when he was thinking.) In other words… Are you following what I’m saying?

Q: Er..well..

AG: In other words, I have the responsibility not to disguise my... thoughts.

AG: Well, he taught me to write! – He taught me to watch my own mind when I was writing and to transcribe my mind, to listen to the babble in my head and to take that seriously, as prosody, taught me to hear myself and watch my own thoughts (sort of like a yoga, poetry-yoga), he also introduced me to Gnostic awareness, Gnostic awareness, to Buddhism, and thereby, like, introduced me back to my own Hebrew tradition, to some extent, Hasidism and Kabbalah, which I’ve only scratched the surface of. The main thing... I think the main thing is that he taught me, that I think I learned from him, was that life, quite literally... that the phenomenal life that we’re looking at, is, literally, maya, illusion.

That’s what I meant when I was talking about dying. The realization that what we were confronted with was what the Indians call “maya’ – or illusion... So (it’s what you guys) read in Ecclesiastes, basically – “Vanity, vanity, all is vanity” – Vanity, I guess. ["Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities, all is vanity"] - His last book was called “Vanity of Kerouac” (“Vanity of Duluoz”) – it was an Ecclesiastes lamentation of his own grasping...

+ Allen Ginsberg, Montreal 1969 Q & A - [6] (Drugs):


War is Over!

+ "WAR IS OVER! If You Want It to Be..." - John & Yoko (1969):

'Through his own drug use, and the drug use of his friends and associates, Ginsberg became more and more preoccupied with the American government's relationship to drug use within and outside the nation. He worked closely with Alfred W. McCoy who was writing The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia which tracked the history of the American government's involvement in illegal opium dealing around the world. This would affirm Ginsberg's suspicions that the government and the CIA were involved in drug trafficking. In addition to working with McCoy, Ginsberg personally confronted Richard Helms, the director of the CIA in the 1970s, but he was simply brushed off as being "full of beans". Allen wrote many essays and articles, researching and compiling evidence of CIA's involvement, but it would take ten years, and the publication of McCoy's book in 1972, before anyone took him seriously. In 1978 Ginsberg received a note from the chief editor of the New York Times, apologizing for not taking his allegations seriously so many years previous. The political subject is dealt with in his song/poem "CIA Dope calypso".'
+ Allen Ginsberg - CIA drug trafficking:


The Politics of Heroin

'The first book to prove CIA and U.S. government complicity in global drug trafficking, The Politics of Heroin includes meticulous documentation of dishonesty and dirty dealings at the highest levels from the Cold War until today. Maintaining a global perspective, this groundbreaking study details the mechanics of drug trafficking in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and South and Central America. New chapters detail U.S. involvement in the narcotics trade in Afghanistan and Pakistan before and after the fall of the Taliban, and how U.S. drug policy in Central America and Colombia has increased the global supply of illicit drugs.'
+ The Politics of Heroin: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade - Alfred W. McCoy (2003):
+ The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia - Alfred W. McCoy (1972):


+ The Clash - "Somebody Got Murdered" (1980):

Someone lights a cigarette
while riding in a car.
Some ol' guy... takes a swig...
and passes back the jar.
But where they were last night...
no one can remember.
Somebody got murdered...
Goodbye, for keeps, forever.

Somebody... got murdered...
Somebody's dead forever...

And you're minding your own business
carrying in spare change.
You wouldn't cosh a barber...
you're hungry all the same.
I've been very tempted...
to grab it from the till.
I've been very {grr...}-hungry...
but not enough to kill.

Somebody... got murdered...
Somebody's dead forever.

Somebody got murdered...
his name cannot be found.
A small stain on the pavement
- they'll scrub it off the ground.
As the daily crowd disperses...
No-one says that much.
Somebody got murdered...
and it lit me with a touch.

Somebody... got murdered...
Somebody's... dead forever!

Sounds like murder!
All those shouts!
Are they drunk... down below?
Sounds like murder!
Those screams!!!
Are they drunk down below?
It's late... my watch stopped...
Sometime... long ago.
Sounds like murder!
Those screams!!!
Are they drunk down below?

+ Nie Wieder Kampuche-er!!! (2016):


'In 1994, John Ehrlichman, the Watergate co-conspirator, unlocked for me one of the great mysteries of modern American history: How did the United States entangle itself in a policy of drug prohibition that has yielded so much misery and so few good results? At the time, I was writing a book about the politics of drug prohibition. I started to ask Ehrlichman a series of earnest, wonky questions that he impatiently waved away. “You want to know what this was really all about?” he asked with the bluntness of a man who, after public disgrace and a stretch in federal prison, had little left to protect. “The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. You understand what I’m saying? We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities. We could arrest their leaders, raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.”'
+ Legalize It All - How to win the war on drugs (2016):

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