Category Quote of the Day

QOTD: The thoroughly useless Neo-Black Caucus

The thoroughly corporate nature of the Democratic Party is the reason that only three Black Caucus members are minimally worthy of the term “progressive” (and, of course, if slavish support for Israel is made a “bright line” issue, then none of the Caucus qualifies.) The Democratic Party grossly distorts and mangles the political aspirations and sentiments […]

QOTD: We are ruled by criminals

When exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are ruled by criminals.

QOTD: MAINSTREAM MEDIA VS. THE AGE OF INFORMATION

The First Amendment is designed to prevent the institutional, monothematic takeover of the media, and preserve and inspire our right to consider for ourselves what is truth. It is a fundamental tenet of the U.S.A. (and the free world) that “Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” If we limit our […]

QOTD: I will never support such evil men

I want you all to remember this. Obama, a Democrat, and Trump, a Republican, both of these men, ordered the unconstitutional murders of American children, American citizens. No trial. Nothing. And I will never support such evil men. via The US Government Is Assassinating American Citizens (Video) — Cosmic Convergence: 2012 and Beyond

QOTD: Beware the Neo-Black elite

Beware the black person with a big job. Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice made the case for killing over one million Iraqis. Police chiefs and mayors give police brutality the green light. They are as guilty as the killers they defend. It is up to us to call them all to account. Condemnation of the […]

QOTD: Neo-Blacks would have stood behind any atrocity Obama chose to commit

  Americans usually care about American troops dying but have a difficult time developing class-based solidarity with people around the world. The Black Radical Tradition has historically been the force that counters white supremacist chauvinism and pro-war sentiments in the US. Eight years of Obama effectively shifted the Black polity so far right that polls […]

QOTD: “Wake up and smell the fucking roses”

Guess now I have to become a Roger Waters/Pink Floyd fan by Phillip Roddis A Pink Floyd fan for half a century, and neutral on the band’s acrimonious eighties divorce, I was thrilled by Roger Waters’ denunciation – an unequivocal exception to the rule that celebs are intimidated by the Western world’s most powerful lobby […]