Instead of patriots and friends of freedom, I see nothing but the tyrant and the slave, the people linked with kings to rivet on the chains of despotism and superstition. I see folly join with knavery, and together make up public spirit and public opinions. I see the insolent Tory, the blind Reformer, the coward […]

Originally posted on APNS Public Radyo:
Summary: Intelligent Aboriginal Radio Exclusive: TheAngryindian speaks with Papua New Guinea PNG activists Bro. Ronny Kareni Melbourne, Australia / rizeofthemorningstar.com and AKRockefeller undisclosed location/ akrockefeller,com about the state of human rights, free speech and the viability of the current independence movement in West Papua. Bro. Kareni is a grassroots…

The Rev. Al Sharpton, who has worked as a federal informant, tried to set up a meeting with black fugitive radical JoAnne Chesimard in 1983, according to activists who said they were approached by Sharpton.The black activists said they feared Sharpton was trying to deliver Chesimard into the arms of federal agents, but said they […]

Stories that resemble Kwame’s are ubiquitous across America and they serve as a reminder of the very real, bumpy, twisted and long road it takes to fulfill a dream in the US. There are so many ideas that Africans have about the quintessential American dream; ideas that often drastically change upon their arrival in the […]

Summary: Strong Language and Subject Matter Advisory — TheAngryindian presents his analysis of the #CancelColbert Internet scandal and the unintended consequences of Left-Wing political fallout as the original anti-Redskins mascot debate became instead centredaround US activist Suey Park and the newfangled zealotry of Obama-era progressive activism. American African clinical psychologist, Dr. Na’im Akbar, speaks on […]

You don’t get to define progress in a struggle that is not your own. It’s really that simple. You inevitably bring to that analysis an outsider’s perspective, and from that vantage point, progress of any measure looks astounding. It’s particularly awe-inspiring if it allows you to feel less implicated in the reason for that struggle. […]

There have been nearly 20,000 tweets with the #StandwithJamilah hashtag following the events of last week. I do not have words to express the gratitude I have for the individuals who have raised their voices publicly and privately to ‘stand’ with me after I was attacked, or in Internet parlance, trolled following my exchange with […]

Tunis Campbell, “An American who wanted to create a true color-blind democracy,” was a prominent African American who brought change to the black community, according to Freedom’s Shore by Russell Duncan. Some students are unaware of this historical figure because of the lack of publicity in the average American textbook. At a young age, Campbell […]

Originally posted on WiPoKuLi:
The first advanced civilization in Mesoamerica was the Olmec (1) civilization. It´s carriers introduced writing and monumental buildings into the region. It obviously made all the following civilizations possible. It boasted among many other things with monumental stone heads, and there lies a special mystery. Monumental Stone Heads, “Red Indian”?  …

She was intriguing because there were a number of elements about her which didn’t sort of fit. We X-rayed her jaw and we found that she was missing her wisdom teeth, for example.That immediately made us a little bit worried because I suddenly thought, ‘uh-oh, if she’s had her wisdom teeth out she’s going to […]

In the mid-nineteenth century, Russian statesmen like Nesselrode appealed to the British in particular, not to oppose their expansion in the Caucasus, because as he said like the British they were white Christian Europeans engaged in a civilizing mission among savages and Muslims.  It was precisely the same colonial motivation the British used.  There is no moral […]

Interview with Simone de Beauvoir on “Why I am a #Feminist”  Marcel’s fearful fatalism represents everything De Beauvoir condemned in her writing, most notably her groundbreaking 1949 study, The Second Sex, often credited as the foundational text of second-wave feminism. De Beauvoir rejected the idea that women’s historical subjection was in any way natural—“in the depths of our being.” […]

Originally posted on Digs and Docs:
Nazis make everything worse, even relic hunting looting-for-profit TV programs disguised as actual archaeology. The National Geographic Channel International (the U.S. version of which previously brought us the program Diggers) has greenlighted a show called, no kidding, Nazi War Diggers, which it, apparently un-ironically, refers to as a ‘factual…

Originally posted on Africa Must Rise High – We Have No Excuse!:
There is an African proverb that goes, “Indecision is like a step child: if he does not wash his hands, he is called dirty, if he does, he is wasting water.” Most Africans are guilty, we  are some sort of step children. We…

Originally posted on Rikshaa Republic:
With Persis Taraporevala. Published in The Hindu. There is an eerie silence masquerading as peace in Khirki Extension. Previously home to a people of various nationalities, the recent fracas in the area has turned it into a shadow of its former self with many African residents fleeing the region. The…

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Originally posted on Karelle Florentina:
Oh gosh! Stupidity and ignorance rears it’s ugly head once again. Israeli high school students dressed up as the KKK on Purim. For those of you who do not know, Purim is a Jewish holiday to commemorates a time when Jewish people lived in Persia and were saved from extermination. I…

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