In case you may have missed it, Maafa21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America (2009) reveals how the African American population was targeted by a malicious and far-reaching eugenics program dating to the postbellum era, one that exists to this day via birth control and abortion, the latter of which seizes well over 250,000 Black lives every year.
Maafa is a Swahili word which means “a terrible tragedy,” referring to the deadly middle passage of the slave trade. All indicators clearly point to how the “Maafa” continues relentlessly in the 21st century, as African American political leaders and celebrities are cynically manipulated to publicly assert, “Black Lives Matter”.
A source within the Biden State Department wishing to remain anonymous has shared with Human Events News a document that indicates that all U.S. “Diplomatic and Consular posts” are being encouraged to display shows of support for Black Lives Matter on Tuesday, May 25, the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death. The memo reads in part, “The Department supports the use of the term ‘Black Lives Matter’ in messaging content, speeches, and other diplomatic engagements with foreign audiences to advance racial equity and access to justice on May 25 and beyond (italics added) We encourage posts to focus on the need to eliminate systemic racism and its continued impact.”
“Only a fool allows his enemy to educate his children.” –Malcolm X. What happened to the American education system? How did we end up here? Former Communist Bella Dodd has some answers in her book ‘School of Darkness’.
A mob of Black Lives Matter agitators in Rochester, N.Y., physically trapped shoppers in a Wegmans grocery store on Tuesday, the one-year anniversary of the death of Daniel Prud, a 41-year-old black man. As shoppers struggled to escape, the agitators wrote Black Lives Matter slogans on the parking lot asphalt with chalk. The shoppers did find a way out and the store appears to be closed.
Beijing Biden’s, Dem Policy Use Tax Dollars to Bolster Communist Spying & Propaganda
NTD News February 12, 2021
00:00 Dems Vote to Fund CCP-Linked Schools Republicans are going back to the drawing board after Democrats voted to give money to educational institutions that partner with the Chinese Communist Party. After a thirteen-hour-long hearing, they struck down an amendment that would have prevented these schools from getting federal relief funding.
02:39 Three Weeks in Office: Biden’s China Policies US President Biden speaks with Chinese Communist Party Head Xi Jinping for the first time. We take a look at what Biden did in his first three weeks to impact China’s policy.
As House managers lay out their case for impeachment, questions arise about who instigated the protest on January 6. One America’s Jack Posobiec recently sat down with Michael Yon, a war correspondent with years of experience studying tactics of Antifa and other groups. Posobiec asks Yon to compare what he has seen in other countries to the scenes at the capitol. Here’s what he had to say.
While the Biden administration wants the public to be afraid of “white supremacists” and “domestic extremism” new statistics reveal homicide rates have seemed to skyrocket in many cities across the country. This is at least partly due to the fact that law enforcement are afraid to do their jobs for fear of being attacked and prosecuted as racists.
The Senate on Tuesday derailed an effort by Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul to force the chamber to vote on the constitutionality of holding an impeachment trial for former President Trump. But the 55-45 vote tally that stopped the effort was a clear indicator that Senate Republicans support Paul’s constitutional argument and won’t supply enough votes for chamber Democrats to convict Trump.
The move made good on the libertarian-minded Paul’s promise earlier in the day to force such a vote — and perhaps end the trial before it starts next month.
The five Republicans senators who joined Democrats were Susan Collins, of Maine; Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska; Mitt Romney, of Utah; Ben Sasse, of Nebraska; and Pat Toomey, of Pennsylvania.
Alex Nester Washington Free Beacon December 21, 2020
Teachers and faculty at one of New York City’s most elite private schools created a list of 24 demands for school administrators to combat “anti-Blackness.”
The Naked Dollarblog on Friday posted a petition signed by 120 members of the Dalton School staff asking school administrators to implement a series of anti-racist measures. Teachers and faculty asked the K-12 school to pay off student loans for black faculty and abolish advanced courses if black students are not performing on par with white peers by 2023. The list also invites each member of the Dalton School faculty to “produce individual public anti-racist statements.”
Other items on the list call for revising curriculum. Teachers proposed that administrators add mandatory courses that “center Black liberation and challenges to white supremacy” with a credit requirement “equivalent to or greater than” other departments. Anti-racist curriculum should be “embedded” in the school’s curriculum, just like English and math, the teachers said.
Teachers and faculty also asked administrators to publish staff salaries based on race and gender and collect and release data on student discipline and race.