— 10 tips for covering white supremacy and far-right extremists – By Denise-Marie Ordway July 22, 2019 In his testimony before a U.S. House committee last month, the assistant director of the FBI’s counterterrorism division, Michael C. McGarrity, referred to racially-motivated, violent extremist groups as “domestic terrorists.” He explained that violent white supremacists “have been […]
“The Intruder is a 1962 American film directed by Roger Corman, after a novel by Charles Beaumont, starring William Shatner. Also called Shame in US release, and The Stranger in the UK release. The story depicts the machinations of a racist named Adam Cramer (portrayed by Shatner), who arrives in the fictitious small southern town […]
It was branded “Red Summer” because of the bloodshed and amounted to some of the worst white-on-black violence in U.S. history. Beyond the lives and family fortunes lost, it had far-reaching repercussions, contributing to generations of black distrust of white authority. But it also galvanized blacks to defend themselves and their neighborhoods with fists and […]
From BBC, here. via “Life in the Native American oil protest camps” — Turtle Talk
Yesterday I posted about the latest in illegal home demolitions in Palestine by Israeli soldiers …. Click HERE to see post Today I post the reactions of those soldiers as they celebrate their ‘victory’. SHAME ON THEM! via ISRAELI SOLDIERS CELEBRATE ‘VICTORY’ OVER PALESTINE — Desertpeace
Connections exposed between far-right group and police in Portland, Oregon // By Kayla Costa 18 February 2019 A report from a local news publication reveals close connections between the far-right group Patriot Prayer and the police department in Portland, Oregon. The latest ties confirm the support provided to Patriot Prayer by the Portland Police Bureau […]
PETER JAMES HUDSON // The expansion of banks such as Citigroup into Cuba, Haiti, and beyond reveal a story of capitalism built on blood, labor, and racial lines.
This history of bankers and empire is also a Caribbean history. The Caribbean archipelago was ground zero for U.S. imperial banking. Wall Street’s first experiments in internationalism occurred in Cuba, Haiti, Panama, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua, often with disastrous results—for those countries and colonies, and often for the imperial banks themselves. Yet where […]