December 30, 2014

Washington Post article distorted "Every 28 Hours" report


Today we will be joined by Arlene Eisen, the author of the Operation Ghetto Storm report on extrajudicial killings of Black people in the United States. A recent blog posted by the Washington Post distorts the finding of the report and we want to give the authors of the report who were not consulted by the writer of the post. Update: WAPO "Fact Checkers" at the time of this post has kept showing up as deleted. Arlene Eisen has made a living as a journalist, teacher (including a short time at University of Havana) and machinist. She has written two books about Vietnamese women, one was translated into 5 languages. After Katrina she worked for the Peoples’ Hurricane Relief Fund in New Orleans, mostly editing their newsletter and other written materials. Eisen started work on Operation Ghetto Storm after Trayvon Martin's murder and before George Zimmerman was charged. She then spent the next 18 months researching and writing a first quarter report, half year (every 36 hrs) and then the annual (OGS or #every28)—all of which was initially published by Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.

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December 27, 2014

The Plan to abolish slavery, police demonization of victims and fascism revealed in Minnesota


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We will be joined today by Max Parthas to discuss a post he wrote about "The Plan" to abolish slavery in America. Max is the co-host and co-producer of New Abolitionists Radio which broadcasts on Wednesday nights on Black Talk Radio Network. Max writes, "Over the past weeks I've heard one consistent argument, "We need a plan. Marches, rallies etc are ok but without a plan we go nowhere." I agree. So here's the plan. Do whatever you have to do to end this perpetual system of legalized slavery and civil disenfranchisement through the prisons. It's called Slavery Abolition and our ancestors like Fredrick Douglas laid out the framework for us in advance. In the news,

December 25, 2014

Baltimore activists Tawanda Jones and Ameejill Whitlock



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Today we will be joined by Baltimore, Maryland activist Tawanda Jones and Ameejill Whitlock. Twanda Jones has been seeking justice for the killing of her brother Tyrone West in 2013 and has become a well known police brutality activist in the Baltimore area. Jones was victimized recently when a Baltimore Fox affiliate intentionally edited video of her leading a chant calling for killer cops to be put in cell blocks. Fox 45 producers cut the video to make it appear like they were chanting "kill a cop". Ameejill Whitlock is a veteran activist and organizer and the co-host and co-producer of Political Prisoner Radio which broadcasts on Sunday nights on the Black Talk Radio Network.  Later in the broadcast we will be join by slavery abolitionist Yohanan Eliya who is a co-host and co-producer of New Abolitionists Radio which airs on the Black Talk Radio Network on Wednesday nights. Yohana authored a post discussing how the US economy is based on war and slavery and millions of people depend on war and slavery for a job hence why we have the current fight on our hands that we do.

December 23, 2014

Killer cops, cop killers and the victim blame game


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Today we will be join by L'Sana DJahspora a Jackson, Tennessee whose unarmed son was shot in the back by Jackson Police. Cinque "Q" DJahspora was only 20 yrs-old when he was shot by police on Nov. 6, 2014 outside their condominium complex in Jackson, Tenn. You can follow the Facebook page for updates as this family and community demand justice for Cinque.

December 20, 2014

Police Unions, Lynchings, Dick Cheney and Cover ups


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In the news, 

 New York Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association's thug president Patrick Lynch says protest are "stupid sh*t". 

 A body was found hanging from a tree three days ago in Killeen, Texas and North Carolina family says black teen Lennon Lacy was lynched

 Heralded journalist Glenn Greenwald know most for publishing files from Edward Snowden says Dick Cheney should be in prison

 Police in Jackson, Tennessee are being pressured to release video of a young black man shot in the back by an officer.

December 19, 2014

Assata Shakur, Hillary Clinton, Sony Hacks and Oprah on Protest


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December 15, 2014

Saving Ancestral lands with Reginald Hall


Will be speaking to Reginald Hall again about the petition to Help Save the Ancestral Saltwater Geechee Lands on Sapelo Island, Georgia.
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December 11, 2014

America: The Land of Lawlessness & Slavery


In the news,

MSNBC commentator Chris Hayes called the American government lawless on national cable television. I've been saying that for a long time, but you know it takes on a whole different tone when a white person in Corporate media says it.

Political commentator, author and famous philosopher Noam Chomsky said that America is a "very racist" and acknowledges that slavery was not abolished. He made some inaccurate statements about the facts but he gets a passing grade on his analysis.

Two undercover Oakland police officers attempted to infiltrate a demonstration against police terrorism and for victims of police murder Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Once exposed for trying to incite looting and confronted by protesters, at least one of the officers was photographed threatening unarmed people with a firearm

A United States government's plot to infiltrate Cuba's underground hip-hop movement has been exposed. "For more than two years, a U.S. agency secretly infiltrated Cuba's underground hip-hop movement, recruiting unwitting rappers to spark a youth movement against the government, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press". Funny how things work out as the United States faces upheaval from youth led movements over the issue of police murder, enslavement and terrorism.

December 9, 2014

DEA Head Michele Leonhart says high drug war deaths equals success

December 2, 2014

Obama administration's police task force pick shows lack of seriousness


President Obama's administration showed a lack of seriousness in addressing police terrorism by picking Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey to head the Task Force on 21st Century Policing which the President intends to create by Executive Order. In the News,
  • Cleveland cop Tim Loehmann, who killed 12 yr-old Tamir Rice transferred to the Cleveland Police department looking for "action" according to his father
  • The President's choice for police task force shows lack of respect
  • Israel's PM Netanyahu moves to create Hiler like Jewish State

December 1, 2014

Ferguson's white supremacist conspiracy and other assorted bs


It does not take a fictional Sherlock Holmes to show you all the bread crumbs that lead to the center of a white supremacist plot to deny Michael Brown first his life and then his post mortem civil rights. Any alleged investigation by the US Justice Department into civil rights violations must now include the St. Louis prosecutors office and specifically Robert P. McCulloch and his assistants.

CNN say it is investigating a forensic expert named Shawn Parcells who worked as an apprentice on the Michael Brown family's independent autopsy.  writing for the The Blaze, advanced propaganda attacking the autopsy by attacking Parcell's credentials. The independent autopsy was performed by Dr. Michael Baden, the former chief medical examiner for the City of New York. CNN isn't investigating itself for not checking Parcells's inflated credentials before bringing him on air as one of their experts.

Jesse Jackson half-way corrected Don Lemon about real Black History and past rebellions that occurred in response to police terrorism.

November 25, 2014

Ferguson fallout, what does it mean for oppressed people



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Today we will discuss the fallout from the Ferguson fiasco and the grand jury failure to indict killer cop Darren Wilson. Joining us will be Lorenzo Komboa Ervin of the Black Autonomy Federation to discuss what oppressed communities could be doing to protect themselves from the prevalent police terrorism across America.

November 24, 2014

Ferguson grand jury watch and KKK connection to Ferguson cops



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In Today’s News,

  • A decision from the Ferguson grand jury is expected today
  • Hackers claim to have evidence of Ferguson cops and KKK connection
  • President Obama made some suspect comments on policing on Sunday
  • Can Adding Ethnic Studies to Graduation Requirements Help Stem the School-to-Prison Pipeline?

November 18, 2014

Black people and autonomy within the United States


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International lawyer and activist Mustafa Ansari will be joining us to discuss Ferguson and police terrorism in the USA. Reportedly, The American Institute of Human Rights is going into Ferguson and demand not only the dismissal of police officer Darren Wilson who killed an African-American teenager, but also ask for a change in the city's police board. "We are looking for removing not only Darren Wilson, but most of the police board," Mustafa Ansari told Press TV on Sunday.

November 17, 2014

Weed legalization and California AG argues to keep cheap prison labor force



Joining us on today’s broadcast are North Carolina cannabis rights activists Robert Door and Rebecca Forbes to discuss the recent legalization of cannabis in Alaska, Oregon, Washington D.C. Unfortunately a ballot initiative to legalize Medicinal Cannabis in Florida failed. They both manage the FB page NC Campaign for Cannabis Awareness.

We will also discuss remarks made on the floor of the U.S. Congress by the Washington D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, who called Rep. Andy Harris, a Maryland Republican, a threat to democracy. Representative Harris tried to block the D.C. cannabis decriminalization law which reduced fines to $25 for personal use possession. Harris has indicated he will try to block the law recently passed by the voters in Washington, D.C.

Positive remarks were given on the medicinal side of cannabis legalization and regulation by Representative Dina Titus from Nevada who urged lawmakers to educate themselves and go out and meet some of the business owners in various states that have legalized cannabis.

In Today’s News,

Lawyers for California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris argued in court that if forced to release inmates early, prisons would lose an important labor pool (slavery). #ProxyRacism #OpKKK: Anonymous Hacks KKK Websites Over Ferguson Threats

November 15, 2014

November 12, 2014

Police torture victims and the United Nations w/ Mark Clements



Mark A. Clements drops in on Black Talk Radio Live At Five today to discuss the cases currently being presented to the UN Committee Against Torture. A number of groups, mostly black, have traveled to Geneva, Switzerland giving examples of police terrorism. Mark, who is a death penalty abolitionists and prisoner advocate was unfortunately victimized by disgraceful retired Chicago Police Captain Jon Burge. The UN Committee heard torture cases this week pertaining to the Chicago Police and Jon Burge himself.

Activist Carl Dix & Global sterilization programs operating in 2014

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Carl Dix is a former Minister of Culture of the Black Panther Party and a current member of the Revolutionary Communist Party and Stop Mass Incarceration Network drops in on Black Talk Radio. Mr. Dix will share his thoughts on police terrorism in the United States and what the masses must do to combat it. Dix is part of a collective making up a unique "Host Committee for the Dialogue" that is helping to put on a November 15th event in NYC titled, "A Dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian on Revolution and Religion: The Fight for Emancipation and the Role of Religion".

November 10, 2014

UN hears cases of US police terrorism


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Ejim Dike, Executive Director of U.S. Human Rights Network joins Black Talk Radio to discuss police terrorism and report on presentations being presented by several groups, organizations and individuals to the United Nations Committee Against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland this week.

November 6, 2014

Diane Goldstein of LEAP on California Prop 47



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In today's news,


  •  Retired Lieutenant Commander Diane Goldstein of LEAP will join us to discuss successful California ballot initiative to reclassify drug felonies to misdemeanors 
  • Head of Mississippi's prison system busted in bribery racket 
  • Prison enslaver George Zoley doubles down on new slave growth 
  • Amnesty International says Israel committed "war crimes" 
  • Mexico tortured and is imprisoning a Black man without a trial 
  • Can President Obama force through a progressive agenda in his final two years?

November 5, 2014

Zale Thompson's retaliatory hatchet attack on the NYPD



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In today's news,


  • Breaking down midterm elections 
  • Families of those killed by Chicago Police hold protest 
  • Zale Thompson's retaliatory hatchet attack on the NYPD 
  • 300,000 more people in poverty in the UK than previously believed 
  • Peace Through Revolution march and rally at the White House 
  • Political Prisoner Sundiata Acoli issues message of thanks 
  • Cannabis legalization momentum grows with three more big wins

November 4, 2014

FBI misconduct leads to release of DC “drug dealers”



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In Today's News,

  • LeBron James Family Foundation 
  • Israeli PM proposes new laws for rock throwing 
  • NYPD Chief of Department Philip Banks III resigns 
  • New clash over Confederate flag in Virginia 
  • President Obama threatens Israel 
  • FBI misconduct leads to release of DC “drug dealers” 
  • Republican threatens to block DC Cannabis legalization

September 24, 2014

Former Alaskan reporter used “Science of Swearing” on live television



There are some people who seem to be very offended by former Alaskan reporter Charlo Green’s use of a swear word live on air as she quit her job after doing a “news” piece on a medicinal cannabis business that as it turns out, she owns.

September 22, 2014

Unlike unarmed mother, two security breaches at White House end without fatalities


Two recent security breaches at the White House involving two different men, both armed, one with a vehicle and one with a knife according to officials, has people questioning the amount of force that was used to kill an unarmed Black woman last year who made a mistake when she bumped a security barricade with her vehicle and in a panic drove away. After getting blocks away from the White House, she was eventually killed by Secret Service agents and Capitol Police officers who were all cleared in the shooting by both departments and the US Attorney for the District.

August 19, 2014

Message to the masses from the Ferguson Youth & COINTELPRO 101



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Two young upcoming and coming leaders and activist join us from St. Louis County to tells us what they have seen on the ground including reports that police are suspected of using saboteurs against protesters. Check a Facebook page for some of the Ferguson activist.

Afterwards we spoke with veterans of the Black liberation struggle of the sixties and 70s. Former SNCC, Black Panther and Political Prisoner Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin, former Black Panther Party member and newspaper editor JoNina Hebron-Ervin and Ras Munyiga Nosakhere former Black Panther youth program beneficiary and New Afrikan and RAM member living in exile. All three are currently cadre for the Black Autonomy Federation.

August 16, 2014

Friday Night Vent Session: Parroting the Enemy's Propaganda



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Propaganda is the number one tool of perpetual warfare in America employed by racist corporate media. Unfortunately there are no classes being taught in how to lessen the mental impact of propaganda on one's mind. People can be aware of propaganda but still fall under its spell in their choice of words and the language they use. I will be vented my frustration with people using words like "rioting" and "looting" and blaming black people for their victimization at the hands of white racist and non-white proxies of racism.

I will have a few other things to get off my chest like Black people who believe in the superiority of white people and really think they are supreme beings

August 13, 2014

Ferguson, Riots or Rebellions? Non-violence or Resistance By Any Means Necessary?



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 Tonight will be an open forum on the rebellions and revolts taking place in the State of Missouri and weigh the pros and cons of non-violent resistance and violent resistance. Is the criticism of those who are engaging the police and engaging in rebellious activities fair? Can non-violent tactics resolve the systemic problem of police violence and murder? Examining these issues from a historic and contemporary perspective.

Get the free pdf Community Self Defense Manual and start organizing against police violence and murder in your community. Courtesy of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.

August 10, 2014

Friday Night Vent Session: Black women and so-called Feminism



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This week:

Black women involved in the feminist movement, why does the Black community need a movement that has done nothing but put Black women in an adversarial position to their fathers, brothers and sons? It is stupid.

Jada Pinkett-Smith and the bullcrap she pushing on Facebook.

The lack of support for Shaneen Allen among Black people, where the feminist groups at?

A new documentary is pushing the “absent” Black father nonsense

August 6, 2014

Black Jesus the tv series w/ Min. Paul Scott



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Tonight we are speaking with Min. Paul Scott of the Messianic Arikan Nation who will share his thoughts on this new television program on Adult Swim which debuts on August 7, 2014. The series is a creation of Aaron McGruder who also created Boondocks the animated series.

August 5, 2014

Newark: When consciousness becomes complicit in a system of oppression



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Tonight I will be talking with Max Parthas, a member of the Black Talk Radio family who co-produces and co-hosts New Abolitionists Radio. He is a world renowned spoken word artist and he is out on the road putting in work for the people.




We will also discuss an article that I came across today that says cops are out here fearing for their lives and blaming it on "anti-government" sentiments. Considering how many people they kill every year, is it wonder they may feel a little threatened? The article is a pure propaganda piece to make you feel sorry for willingly participants in the police state across the USA.

August 2, 2014

Friday Night Vent Session 8/1/2014



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What is on my mind tonight?

Genocide, Genocide, Genocide and more Genocide

The media lynching of Ray Rice

21st Century Slavery & Human Trafficking

July 30, 2014

Asiatic Black Family Health w/ Ajali Shabazz-Muhammad



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Ajali Shabazz-Muhammad is a Sister Friend living quietly in Newark, NJ, and posting very loudly on the internet, in an attempt to alert the Black Community to the deliberately hidden dangers lurking in every aspect of modern life, especially for the uninformed and impoverished.

A lifelong self-employed artist in temporary retirement, 5 years ago, after becoming a vegan following the advice of her husband, she began investigating the health issues which aren't covered by the mainstream media only to discover the entire paradigm of what everyone needs to live a long and vital life has been hijacked and replaced with a system that shuttles loving people from couch to costly drugs, and then to an early grave to help reduce that mythical ‘overpopulation’ the elite continuously proclaim will destroy us.

 That’s how she ran across the story of the nuclear disaster when it happened 3 years ago at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant and covered the increasingly dire updates on her Facebook page, ‘Asiatic Black Family Health’, where she alerts as many participants as she can about hidden truths surrounding health, political, spiritual and sometimes financial issues.

July 29, 2014

Zionism = Freedom? w/ Chloe Valdary


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Tonight we will have a dialog with Chloe Valdary, a young woman who is featured in a video giving a speech on how Zionism to a obviously pro-Israeli crowd. Some of the listeners that viewed the video found it interesting to say the least.

July 26, 2014

What have Arabs done for Black People?


Black people who are doing all they can to help other black people are under assault for banging on the beast of global white supremacy and Israel who are engaging in genocide against the Palestinian people. Other Black people have been attacked on social media and badgered with the question of "What has the "Arab" done for Black people?" because they lent their voices to the global community to point out that Israel is committing genocide and gross human rights violations.

July 23, 2014

Communities must unite against the police



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The murder of Eric Garner has once again reminded the global black community that black life means little to the police forces of the United States of America. We have only two choices the way I see it, No Justice and No Peace or we can get back to policing the police in our community.

I will also share a bit of American Pre-Revolutionary history and why Americans who considered themselves patriots should recognize Eric Garner as a hero and lobby against police violence and murders in America.

In global news, the racist regime of Benjamin Netanyahu continues its bombardment of the Gaza strip. Besides the loss life, the most troubling thing I have seen in relation to the massacre is that Black people are not only saying they do not care, but some are actively lending aid to the enemy which is racism and the global system of white supremacy, not Palestinians.

July 18, 2014

Friday Night B*itch Session



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Friday Night B*itch session is because sometimes you just want to vent to and get things off your chest.

June 3, 2014

Bernard Kerik wants to be new face of criminal justice reform


Tonight’s guest speaker is activist and talk radio host Christopher Ervin who joins us tonight to discuss a recent conference by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and hosted by the Open Society Foundation. Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik was there and said he wants to be the new face of criminal justice reform He also will discuss the Uniform Law Commission which “is a non-profit, unincorporated association. Established in 1892, the ULC provides states with non-partisan, well-conceived and well-drafted legislation that brings clarity”. Mr. Ervin witnessed some interesting things and was able to ask a room full of lawyers why they were not addressing the 13th Amendment which enshrined slavery in the US Constitution and did not abolish it.