“To be African American is to be African without any memory and American without any privilege.” -James Baldwin
The news is out: [KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Sunday his government was committed to achieving justice as an International Criminal Court (ICC) delegation visited for the first time since the overthrow of ex-leader Omar al-Bashir.
The ICC issued arrest warrants against Bashir in 2009 and 2010 on charges of war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity during his campaign to crush a revolt in Darfur in which an estimated 300,000 people died.]
The ICC is another western tool to control black nations. It has no power to charge anyone in the USA or Britain on war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.
The news is out: [Sen. David Perdue, meanwhile, is facing backlash for repeatedly mispronouncing Harris’ name at a rally for President Donald Trump on Friday. Many people, Harris’ staff included, have denounced his mockery of her name as racism.
At the rally in Macon, Georgia, Perdue was addressing the crowd ahead of the president’s arrival.
“But the most insidious thing that Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden are trying to perpetrate — and Bernie and others with them — and Kah-MAH-la, KAH-mah-la, Kah-MAH-la, Kamala-mala-mala, I don’t know, whatever,” he said, to the sound of laughter from the audience.]
Another example of what happens when the idiot is selected to run the village. I bet it would be easier for Perdue if Harris’ name was Betty Sue.
The news is out: [The DOJ had been working on the case against these white supremacists since June of 2019
According to the U.S. Justice Department, 21 Utah-based white supremacists have been indicted for allegedly selling drugs and firearms. In recent days, similar charges were brought against white supremacist gang members in Texas, Kentucky, and Mississippi.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Utah said in a statement that the recent charges were unsealed in federal court following an investigation by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force of the Soldiers of Aryan Culture, Silent Aryan Warriors, Noble Elect Thugs, and associates.
In the statement the defendants were described as “documented gang members and associates of several home-grown white supremacist gangs from around the Salt Lake City and Ogden areas.”
“The Aryan Circle is a violent, race-based organization that operates inside federal prisons across the country and outside prisons in states including Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Missouri,” the statement said.
President Donald Trump came under fire in the first presidential debate for his unwillingness to clearly denounce white supremacy and for telling the right-wing Proud Boys to “stand back and stand by.”]
This is a natural calling for the mutations of Dravidian albinos.
The news is out: [An organization that fights for racial and social justice published secret audio recordings Thursday that uncover aspects of how one American white supremacist group seeks to recruit from the U.S. military and law enforcement and encourages its members to hatch violent plots and undertake paramilitary training to start a race war.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) recordings, published as part of a podcast series called “Sounds Like Hate,” provide insight into the recruiting tactics and terrorism ambitions of a neo-Nazi white supremacist group called The Base, whose American-born-and-raised leader Rinaldo Nazzaro is believed to be living in Russia.
“We want things to accelerate, we want things to get worse in the United States,” Nazzaro says in the recordings, as he interviews a potential new recruit.
Much of the conversation makes for disturbing listening and includes racial slurs, offensive language and discussions about how to precipitate the collapse of American civilization and engineer their fantasies of a white ethnostate.
Nazzaro repeatedly makes clear in the recordings that he favors recruiting members who have either served in the police or the military because of their experience with guns and/or combat expertise. Several of the candidates Nazzaro interviews claim to have such backgrounds, including some who claim to be on active military duty, although the SPLC acknowledges that some of the statements made by candidates to Nazzaro may be exaggerated to win his approval. An estimated 20% of potential recruits claimed to be connected to the military in some capacity.]
This is one of the many reasons why their ancestors were kicked out of Africa.