I find this article very stimulating and honest fact for these victims.
This video says about itself:
How Does Naomi Klein Define Disaster Capitalism? The Shock Doctrine and Economics (2009)
The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism is a 2007 book by the Canadian author Naomi Klein, and is the basis of a 2009 documentary by the same name directed by Michael Winterbottom.
The book argues that the free market policies of Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman have risen to prominence in some countries because of a deliberate strategy of certain leaders to exploit crises by pushing through controversial, exploitative policies while citizens were too busy emotionally and physically reeling from disasters or upheavals to create an effective resistance.
It is implied that some man-made crises, such as the Iraq war, may have been created with the intention of pushing through these unpopular reforms in their wake. The introduction sketches the history of the last 30 years, during which time economic shock…
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Chicago welcomes DACA Dreamers and calls it a trump free zone (Yes Chicago).
Something I believe in.
A massive PDF compilation of writings about black radical and revolutionary movements in the US in the 20th century.
Black Reconstruction – W.E.B. Du Bois
What Socialism Means to Us – Hubert Harrison
An Appeal to the Conscience of the Black Race to See Itself – Marcus Garvey
Program of the African Blood Brotherhood – The African Blood Brotherhood
Report on the Negro Question – Claude McKay
Application for Membership in the Communist Party – W.E.B. Du Bois
The Negro Nation – Harry Haywood
An End to the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman! – Claudia Jones
The Revolutionary Answer to the Negro Problem in US – C.L.R. James
Revolutionary Nationalism and the Afro-American – Harold Cruse
Is the Black Bourgeoisie the Leader of the Black Liberation Movement? – Harry Haywood with Gwendolyn Midlo Hall
The American Revolution – James Boggs
Message to Grassroots – Malcolm X
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I concur but we can change this.
by Hassan Henderson
There are no such things as “appropriate” responses to the violence forged against Black lives.
Neither those who directly support the affairs of American imperialism nor their allies possess the moral skill-set to determine how we will get free. Pilgrims are in no position to define either resistance, ending Black dehumanization, or the ramifications of this achievement.
The American establishment, through neo/colonialism and exploitative historical processes, opposes every endeavor toward Black freedom, and thus its political system is unfit to delegate emancipation. Euroamerican empire continues to increase its material and economic wealth by exploiting the emotional and intellectual labor of Black people. It likewise establis phes its political and judicial morality with the physical perversion of Black bodies distorted by narratives of Black being as criminal.
Thus, the United States’ “correctional systems” cannot be “corrected;” they will never be repaired and they will not save Black people.
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