Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Make It Plain: They Never Surrendered Nor Shall We - A Salute to Our Fallen Comrades

October represents a very special month to me; it is the month that the greatest African Revolutionary organization every known to mankind was born here in the domestically colonized, vermin infested boarders of this racist country, the United States of America.  It is the month that the Black Panther Party {BPP} for Self-defense was established. It was established on October 15, 1966 by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seals inside of a poverty center on the north side of Oakland, California.
Following in the footsteps of such noble legends as Nat Turner; Harriet Tubman; Marcus Garvey; The African Blood Brotherhood and the Deacons for Self-defense they dared to confront the most powerful, racist nation on the planet, The United States of America in its own back yards. Never has there been an organization that has had such a dramatic effect on the masses as this organization mentioned here! Even after its brutal demises 41 years ago its effects are still felt among the African Working Class, the most revolutionary class in existence today.  
No matter where you go today on the streets or in the prisons of America, people to this very day still talk about the Black Panther Party. This organization attracted revolutionary comrades such as George Jackson; Geronimo ji Jaga Pratt; Assta Shukar; Sundiata Acoli; Mumia Abu Jamal; Sekou Odinga and Marshall Eddie Conway. This African Revolutionary organization dared to inspire the African working class to establish a movement for the total freedom and liberation of African people. It was this movement that launched a revolution against the capitalist-colonialist-imperialist power structure of this backward, racist government.
It was because of their ideology and the vast support they received from the community that they were able to effectively accomplish a vast amount detail work around the establishment of revolutionary survival programs such as free sickle cell anemia testing; free breakfast program for poor children; African school; free clothing program and a Black Panther Party Youth Brigade. These survival programs challenge the status quote of the American society forcing them to address the issues of racism; unemployment/underemployment; police brutality and inhumanity in prison.
It was because of the massive support that they received from various racial and ethnic groups throughout the world that the United States government declared them to be the greatest internal threat to the security of the United States of America. The BPP had established itself internationally and gained the support of various so-called third world nations such as Algeria; China and Cuba. Here in the United States of America they had gained the support of various progressive forces such as the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC); Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and the Peace and Freedom party, an anti-Vietnam War party.
Through the use of various anti-black tactics developed by the United States government counter-insurgents program (COINTEL PRO) they were able to demonize, murder, imprison and ultimately destroy the greatest, most famous organization know to the African working class, the Black Panther Party for Self Defense.  This program goes all the way back to the times of Marcus Garvey who it was first deployed against. The government knows that the development of any movement for the liberation of African people here are abroad is detrimental to its goals and objectives, the re-colonization of Africa and the total enslavement of African people!
America needs a cheap, uneducated labor force that it can control and dispose of anytime it wishes to. This is why counter-insurgent programs such the COINTEL-PRO and Weed-and-Seed program are needed. They have proven to be very effective against African people and other oppressed and exploited nationalities within the U.S. The defeat of the African Liberation Movement (ALM) has allowed for an increase in the prison population; the mass murder of African people by the PIGS in the name of justifiable homicide; the issue of unemployment/underemployment that has contribute to increase in this nations homeless population.
Comrades, brothers and sisters  it should be clear for all to see that there is a need, an urgency for us to rebuild the African Liberation Movement/Revolution that will allow us to end the parasitic relationship that exist between us and this capitalist-imperialist country known as the United States of America. This is the only way in which we can bring home those comrades who are imprisoned in the prison systems of this country and who are forced to live in exile away from their loved ones. It is the only way that we can know true freedom and independence!

Comrades let us raise the Red, Black and Green flag of African independence and rebuild the movement that will once and for all destroy this parasitic relationship, this relationship know as capitalism/imperialism.
Here is how you can help:
1.       Join the movement and attain a political education class;
2.       Join Ujima Peoples Progressive Party (UPP) a mass political party organization;
3.       Establish a educational campaign around the issue affecting African people, particularly our political prisoners and prisoners of war;
4.       Establish a Defense Campaign to support the movement and our legal battles for the liberation of African people;
5.       Establish a medical support committee to monitor the conditions of our political prisoners and prisoners of war in order that they and the rest of the inmate population can receive adequate medical care;
6.       Organize a speaking engagement and contact us at 443-850-8082 or 443-423-2453;
7.       Make a financial donation at

Bcde. Abdul Jabbar Caliph
Chief Editor,
African World Report Online

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