All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #40.

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 “You can’t have unity if you don’t have principles.”– Dhoruba Bin Wahad; Fmr. Black Panther Party & Black Liberation Army.

 

Beats:

“Immortal”– Tupac, ft.  The Outlawz (RIP)

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Behave Yourself” – Booker T. & The M.G.s

“The Struggle” –  C.O. (of A.T.M. Beatz)

“Shabba” – A$AP Ferg

“I disappear” – Metallica

 

Cuts:

“Now Or Never” – Byrdie (RIP)

“On the Eve Of War” – Jedi Mind Tricks

“Everything Must Change” – Nina Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Mumia Abu-Jamal (prisonradio.org), Dhoruba Bin Wahad (former political prisoner; Black Liberation Army), Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown: Local City Council Elections (Part 2), and MORE!

Click on the image above to learn the TRUTH of concealed carry self-defense and how it works in the REAL world.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #39.

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“First of all, I want to give my condolences to every family member here and across America. I don’t know if every one of you have [heard of] this but I want to say it just in case you don’t. There is something on Facebook called Killed by Police. If you don’t have this already on your Facebook, you just like the page Killed by Police. Every time there’s a murder (by police) across America, it’s gonna pop up. Well, let me tell you, they are popping up every single day. Every day across America people are being murdered by police.

My son, my only son, 25 years old for eight days, four o’clock in the afternoon on Anna Drive in Anaheim, he was talking to his friends at a truck or a car. Police pull up and they point at him. He had been in jail before so when they pointed at him he ran. He had his cell phone in his hand, a black one. We all have black cell phones. The cops said it was a gun.

The first shot was to his lower back and as he was falling to his knees the second bullet was to the back of his head. He wasn’t married. He did not have any children. My son Manuel Angel Diaz, in Anaheim, if you look it up, there were ten days of uprising. At that time, I called for peace. I regret it. I regret calling for peace because maybe if there would have been more of an uprising there wouldn’t have had to be Baltimore. There wouldn’t have to be New York. There wouldn’t have to be Atlanta, Georgia. There wouldn’t have to be Long Beach. Too many murders, too many families suffering. Never forget, Never stop fighting. Even in the courts, don’t stop fighting. I don’t care what these lawyers say, keep the fight until the very end. You cannot give up. These lives mean so much… “


– Genevieve Huizar, mother of Manuel Diaz. Rally for families of people murdered by police,

Long Beach Police Department. 6/20/2015.

 

Beats:

“While You Wait” – Logic

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Love More” – Chris Brown, ft. Nicki Minaj

“Traumatized” – Meek Mill

“See My Tears” – MGK

“Body Party” – Ciara

“Hey Ya” – Outkast

 

Cuts:

“Kung Fu Fighting” – Cee-Lo Green, ft. Jack Black

“I Love My Life” – Black Stax

“A Change Is Gonna Come (LIVE)” – Patti LaBelle

 

Vocals:

The PATRIOT Act, Local Seattle City Council Elections (Part 1): Tim Burgess, Thomas Tobin, Josh Ferris, Pamela Banks, plus Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown, and MORE…!

Click on the image, above, for the story of #SandraBland. One more GOOD reason to overthrow amerikkka. Click here to learn more about the Peoples’ Community Medics (Oakland, CA).

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #38.

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“I’d like to see people pay attention to the science of hip hop. The knowledge part, the political side of what hip hop could do, or where hip hop is gonna go…”

– Afrika Bambaataa

Beats:

“F–k You” – Cee-Lo Green

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Still Got It” – Usher, ft Migos

“Whip Game” – Waka Flocka Flame

“Tom Sawyer” – Rush

“Blowin Me Up (With Her Love)” –  JC Chasez

“Git Up, Git Out” – Outkast

 

Cuts:

“Who’s Afraid Of The Punk Police (Worldwide Remix)” – Tupac

“Noted” – Playya 1000  and The Deeksta

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston

 

Vocals:

Darryl Lamont Jenkins (One Peoples Project), Bernadette Devlin McAlisky, A Wrongly Convicted Child…In An Adult Jail, and MORE…!

Click on the image of hip-hop, spoken word, and visual artist Poesia (above) to learn more about Black people in Mexico, and the major influence of two Black individuals in particular in the founding of the country. Click here to visit Poesia’s site. Click here to visit Hollow Earth Radio.

Click here to learn about Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s bold demand upon Europe, on the behalf of the African diaspora.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #37: 4th Of Their Lie(s) 2015 Mega Episode!

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Greetings all the incredible people who supported us through the trial,

Yesterday, the jury in the trial against Beck, Gillian, Cat and me came out with a verdict of not guilty for our charge of pedestrian interference. Congratulations! We’ve beautifully, inspirationally, and super successfully supported and protected people who have taken risk to say loud and clear that Black Lives Matter. We’re hopeful that the verdict of not guilty will be strong leverage to get the city to drop the charges against the other seven solidarity activists who put their bodies on the line on MLK Day.
 
While we are extremely excited that we are no longer facing charges, we also know that the struggle continues. The day of our pre-trial hearing, a white man murdered 9 Black people in Charleston. Since our trial began, 6 Black churches have been burned down in the South.
 
In the midst of our trial one of our attorneys tried to get us off the hook by pointing out that the charge we were being charged with was really to stop begging, not protesters, legitimizing the criminalization of houseless people.
 
We need to celebrate our victories and we have been and continue to do so, but also recognize the immense privileges we had throughout this experience and continue to build movement to ensure that all people have access to the kind of care, legal defense, and inspiration that we had. We really hope that the action we took on MLK Day and how community has shown up in the course of the trial encourages you all and others to take bold action for justice in the future.
 
We’d all like to encourage you to attend the pre-trial hearings of Rashad Barber and Isaac Robinson facing more serious charges than we were and who were arrested in association with Black-led marches:
 
Rashad Barber – Pre-Trial Hearing. Monday, July 6th 1:30PM Seattle Municipal Court, #903.
Isaac Robinson- Pre Trial Hearing. Monday, July 6th at 9:00 AM Seattle Municipal Court, #903.
 
The four of us want to say THANK YOU for all the ways you’ve helped us through this process, and we’re excited to celebrate with you (info to come on that soon)…”
 
– Eliana, Cat, Beck, and Gillian;
Settler allies who locked themselves across Hwy 99 in Seattle in solidarity with Black Lives Matter; MLK, Jr. Day 2015.
 

 

Beats:

“Survival Of The Fittest” – Mobb Deep

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Affirmative Action” – Nas

“Servin Lean” – PeeWee Longway, ft A$AP Rocky

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“Black and Yellow” – Wiz Khalifa

“Instrumental Theme” – GTA San Andreas

 

Cuts:

“Sledgehammer” – Invincible

“The UnenLIGHTened” – SkyBlew

“I Blame College” – Jamil Suleman

“Black Lives Matter Spoken Word” – Makayla Hancock

“Poet Tree, Part 1 (Live)” – Aisha Fukushima

“Fire Squad” – Sa Roc

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Solo

 

Vocals:

Alicia Garza (#BlackLivesMatter), Mumia Abu-Jamal (prisonradio.org), Gazi Kodzo (Black Is Black Coalition), Disability Justice And Prisons (Part 2: Former Political Prisoner Mark Cook and Hip-Hop Artist Bypolar), and a lot, lot, lot MORE!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #36.

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“I had been a radical, a left-wing politico, and meeting the Indian people made me realize that the politics of the left and the right were so much less important than the politics of the heart and the spirit.”

– Larry Brilliant.

 

“Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite ideas [as those of slavery foes]; its foundations are laid, its cornerstone rests, upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery, subordination to the superior race, is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth.”


– Alexander Stephens, vice-president of the Confederate States of America;
‘The Cornerstone Speech’ March, 1861. 

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“White Gurl” – E40

“24s” – T.I.

“Police State” – dead prez

“Lollipop” – Lil Wayne

“Wasted Years” – Iron Maiden

 

Cuts:

“Protection” – Protoje, ft. Mortimer

“Every 28 Hours” – Richie Reseda

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Vanissa W. Chan: Organizing with Families Affected by Police Violence (Part 1), Mark Cook: Disability Justice and Incarceration (Part 1), Radical Bay Area History, and MORE!

Click on the image above to watch as a brave Black woman climbs up the flag pole at the state capital in South Carolina and takes down the Confederate flag. She was later arrested.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #35.

WUGD - Eric Sheppard Challenge x3 “Give light and people will find the way” – Ella Baker

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Ghetto Children” – Menace

“Pop, Lock, Drop It” – Huey

“No Problems” – Fat Joe

“Fussin’ and Fightin'” – Bob Marley and The Wailers

“Blow The Whistle” – Too Short

“All Apologies” – Nirvana

 

Cuts:

“Up Your Speed” – Sway

“Sit Down Man” – Das Racist, ft. El-P

“Go Cops” – Rucka Rucka Ali

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Racist Field Trip, Mrs. Betty Bowers – Amerikkka’s Best Christian, Texas Pool Party: The African National Womens’ Organization (ANWO) responds, and a lot more…

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #34.

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“The future is too good to waste on lies. And life is way too short to care for the damnation of others, as well as to spend it helping fools with their ideas that are wrong. I have seen their ideas and I am ashamed to even be american. The horror of the self-righteous arrogance that they thrive in. It is all revolting. […] [Three good sergeants had been forced to move to another company] […] and one of the biggest shit bags is being put in charge of the team. […] [My battalion commander was] a conceited old fool. […] In the US army you are cut down for being honest… but if you are a conceited brown nosing shit bag you will be allowed to do what ever you want, and you will be handed your higher rank…

The system is wrong. I am ashamed to be an american. And the title of US soldier is just the lie of fools. … The US army is the biggest joke the world has to laugh at. It is the army of liars, backstabbers, fools, and bullies. The few good SGTs are getting out as soon as they can, […]

I am sorry for everything here. These people need help, yet what they get is the most conceited country in the world telling them that they are nothing and that they are stupid, that they have no idea how to live… We don’t even care when we hear each other talk about running their children down in the dirt streets with our armored trucks… We make fun of them in front of their faces, and laugh at them for not understanding we are insulting them […]

I am sorry for everything. The horror that is America is disgusting.”

 – Robert Bowdrie “Bowe” Bergdahl

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Little Wing” – Jimi Hendrix

“Presidential (Akon Remix)” – Youngbloodz

“Unorthodox” – Joey Bada$$

“Rock N Roll (Karaoke Version) “ – Led Zeppelin

 

Cuts:

“I’m An Afrikan” – dead prez

“Anything” – Pumpkinhead (RIP)

“It’s Free (Swipe Yo EBT)” – Chapter Jackson

“A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)” – Patti LaBelle

 

Vocals:

Police/KKKracka Terrorism At A Texas Pool Party,  Is Filming Police In Amerikkka “Legal”?, Mexico: Water Is A Human Right, and MORE!

Click on the image above to read about how Shell paid the Nigeria government to ruthlessly crush popular [and sometimes armed] opposition to economic apartheid and destruction of plants, wildlife, local food production, and sources of potable drinking water.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #33.

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“Whatever defamation of character my enemies are spreading about me, I do not feel the need to justify myself toward them. While discretion obliges me to remain silent, my duty compels me to prevent them from doing any more harm.”

– Toussaint Louverture

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Oh Hail No” – El-P

“Unorthodox” – Joey Bada$$

“Hey Girl” – The Jacka

“Some Seek Stardom” – Fugees

“Frisky” – Tinie Tempah

“Why Go” – Pearl Jam

 

Cuts:

“Typical American” – The Goats

“B-Boy Massacre” – Blitz the Ambassador

“I’ll Be Around” – Rappin’ 4-Tay, ft. The Spinners

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Seattle says “sHELL no!” to Arctic Oil Drilling, Mumia Abu-Jamal (prisonradio.org), Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot more…!

Click on the image above to watch video taken in Olympia, WA. Neo-nazis (in support of Olympia police) showed up to a protest that was called against the police shooting of two unarmed black men.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #32.

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“It is impossible for capitalism to survive, primarily because the system of capitalism needs some blood to suck. Capitalism used to be like an eagle, but now its more like a vulture. It used to be strong enough to go and suck anybody’s blood whether they were strong or not. But now it has become more cowardly, like the vulture, and it can only suck the blood of the helpless. As the nations of the world free themselves, then capitalism has less victims, less to suck, and it becomes weaker and weaker. It’s only a matter of time in my opinion before it will collapse completely.”

– Malcolm X.

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Kill A Rapper” – KRS-One & Marley Marl

“Ray Charles” – Chiddy Bang

“Neva Gave A F–k” – Kid Ink

“Let’s Ride” – Richie Rich

“Books Of War” – M.F. Doom & RZA

 

Cuts:

“Yeah-Yeah” – Silas Blak

“Frijolero” – Molotov

“Thinking Cap” – Suntonio Bandanaz

“A Change Is Gonna Come.” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

More voices from Black Womxns Lives Matter (Seattle, WA.), Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on social-imperialism in amerikkka, and more..!

Click on the picture (above) to learn more about how Shell Oil will potentially destroy the Earth, unless they are stopped. Seriously. This is SCIENCE, not speculation.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #31.

WUGD-Aiyana Jones“It is impossible for capitalism to survive, primarily because the system of capitalism needs some blood to suck. Capitalism used to be like an eagle, but now its more like a vulture. It used to be strong enough to go and suck anybody’s blood whether they were strong or not. But now it has become more cowardly, like the vulture, and it can only suck the blood of the helpless. As the nations of the world free themselves, then capitalism has less victims, less to suck, and it becomes weaker and weaker. It’s only a matter of time in my opinion before it will collapse completely.”

– Malcolm X

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Post To Be” – Omarion, ft. Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko

“It’s On” – Kid Ink

“Beez In The Trap” – Nicki Minaj

“R Cali” – A$AP Rocky

 

Cuts:

“Aint That Peculiar (Oddisee Remix)” – Marvin Gaye

“Freedom” – Jurrasic 5

“Give Me My Freedom (B.Y.O.B. Ent. Parody)” – Lil Wayne, ft. Lil Boosie, Gucci Mane,  and Birdman

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Fabsisters

 

Vocals:

Voices of #BlackWomxnsLivesMatter (Seattle), and a lot more!

Click here to learn about the potentially terrible consequences of Shell Oil drilling for oil in the Arctic. Click here to read a statement on elections from Subcomandante Insurgente Moisés (EZLN). Click here to download a PDF copy of the now classic “Smash Pacificism”. Click here to read about the FBI investigation into a 2010 incident between Seattle Police and Spanish-speaking janitors working at a bank after-hours.