Happy (posthumous) 86th Birthday Brother Malcolm X, aka El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965)!!
by Brian A. Wilkins 5/19/2011
Here are three simple facts that seem to get lost to the general public when speaking of Brother Malcolm X: 1) He was not a part of the Nation Of Islam when he was assassinated; 2) He did not preface statements with “The Honorable Elijah Muhammed teaches us…” in the final 11 months of his life; 3) He did not “hate white people.”
I must say the first thing I thought about after perusing the Bryan, Texas municipal website (which has photos of almost all their commanding officers), is how they specifically plucked the few non-“white” faces from the entire police department and put them in the above picture. The phony inclusive photo represents a police department which allows its “officers” to wildly shoot guns at Americans.
This is what happened last Friday morning in Bryan. Police thug William “Bill” Cross responded … Read Entire Article
The disgusting assault on an intoxicated 15-year-old girl by Phoenix Police thug Patrick Larrison has made its rounds on the internet. The fact this criminal is still roaming the streets, enjoying a paid vacation, aka “paid administrative leave” is more proof the USA is a police state no better than North Korea, China, or Yemen.
We noticed this assault is eerily similar to one that happened in King County, Washington back in 2009. Watch the video evidence of aggravated assault by Larrison.
UPDATED 6/3/2011: Facebook Page For Bailey Taken Down; Involuntary Manslaughter Charges Possible
It has now been exactly one month since Eutawville thug cop Richard Combs murdered Mr. Bernard Bailey because he felt like it. The kangaroo investigations by South Carolina “authorities” remain on the playground, but it is what’s happened beyond the inevitable which seems odd.
The Facebook page “Justice For Bernard Bailey” appears to have been removed in the past couple days. This could be due to the family requesting this from the administrators, or because South Carolina “authorities” threatened repercussions. The previous seems unlikely though, as it appeared … Read Entire Article