The Angryindian discusses the ugly element of self-colonialism in America's
Aboriginal population, the noble lunacy of organised religion and why Indigenous
populations have forgotten what it is to be free. Plus, extra-enlightening
commentary from Black Agenda Report's Glen Ford and American African
political prisoner Mumia abu-Jamal.
The international struggle for human justice is the subject. #Ferguson, Missouri and the Occupied Territories of the Gaza have many similarities as well as many differences. Why are committed activists deeply involved within their respective struggles now quarrelling over whether or not the arbitrary killing of young African men in the US by law enforcement officers can and should be connected to the genocidal practises of the Jewish State in the Levant against Indigenous Palestinians (#JSIL). EXTRAS: archived audio from a lecture featuring radical educator Prof. Ward Churchill and activist/author Chellis Glendinning
TheAngryindian returns with more
thoughts about the human rights crisis in #Ferguson, a critique of US
Eurosettler concepts of 'Central Position', the unending chaos of
imperialist war, the problem of social media trolls and a special, personalised address to a particularly rude, intellectually hypocritical listener sitting in Thailand, (Tom Huck, a.k.a., @wester1967) attempting to save the native Thai from themselves.
TheAngryindian speaks with Social Justice activist Matthew (@MatheMattic) about his views on the crisis in #Ferguson, MO USA, the history of systemic institutional injustice within United States culture and what it feels like as a conscious Caucasian to be the target of right-wing, neo-Conservative hateful trolling and other classic racist intimidation tactics.
TheAngryindian speaks further on #Ferguson, the sudden departure of US Attorney General Eric Holder and what this says about the African in North America, Black community political clarity and simple human justice under the watchful eye of the Obama adminstration. A brief examination of Europocentric cultural patterns leads to deeper thoughts on other sociopolitical issues of class and gender disparity and the relationship between misogyny, White Supremacy and insitutional war psychology. ALSO: An archived debate moderated by veteran journalist Phil Donahue on 'The Issue Is Race' featuring Bro. Dhoruba bin-Wahad, Sister Soulja, several White (well-meaning) liberals, a host of Negro assimilationists and a clutch of outright Uncle Toms and other Indigenist mental fodder for intelligent Aboriginals and other interested human beings.
TheAngryindian discusses the strange, wavering and ultimately hypocritical intellectual morass that is modern popular culture and the impact it has on the Indigenous and African communities of North America. Extra: a recent conversation with Bob Kincaid of Head-on-Radio (The Horn) broadcasting from the Scots-Irish environs of Appalachia and new (Strong) protest music from African artist XOBoogie, (Twitter: @xoboogie) speaking on #Ferguson, #MikeBrown and #EricGarner 'Sorry For Being Black (Don't Shoot)' – [http://tinyurl.com/q2u43kl]