Baltimore – The United States Police – Black People

Black people are tired & frustrated beyond words of the injustices we deal with and have been for centuries.
Most of these police officers are average individuals who possess anger, racism, sexism issues and are violent. They go into this field strictly to use such a position for power & control over a population, not to help people.
They deserve no mercy from the oppressed and damn sure not from God when it comes the day they’re judged.

Stories about police brutality in Baltimore and all across the United States go far beyond Freddie Gray, whose death resulting from a spinal cord injury sustainen police brutality while in police custody has sparked protests throughout the city. Media coverage of looting, rioting, and burning cars and buildings shows only a small part of the bigger picture.

Riots are a sign of humans being fed up!


Chicago Officer Murder – No Justice For Rekia Boyd

Another Black life taken by an officer of this country’s unjust laws and acquitted of all charges.

Murderer Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin not guilty after shooting an unarmed 22-year old woman. The many cases in this country exactly as this one show the racism thats still exists.

When you watch this video, the officer and judge in this case show the a large number of white america’s mindset when it comes to skin color. This is nothing new to Black America, we are all too familiar with these types of gestures and ill-thinking to what is human kind as a whole. This world knows too much hate.

Black Men United – You Will Know

1994 – When have we seen this again with all black men singing a positive message to the world on such a show titled American Music Awards…?

We need more positive messages being given to our communities. White corporate America has taken advantage and used poverty within Black communities to exploit our people with violent messages and images in hip hop and film. To paint a picture of us as a violent people, a people who not know the true meaning of family. To fatten their pockets and satisfy their racist driven thirst for control, white American has turned this government into a corporate driven system. The unjust penal system, the building of prisons with the agenda of black & brown filled cells.

  • From 1980 to 2008, the number of people incarcerated in America quadrupled-from roughly 500,000 to 2.3 million people.
  • Today, the US is 5% of the World population and has 25% of world prisoners.
  • Combining the number of people in prison and jail with those under parole or probation supervision, 1 in ever y 31 adults, or 3.2 percent of the population is under some form of correctional control.
    • African Americans now constitute nearly 1 million of the total 2.3 million incarcerated population.
    • African Americans are incarcerated at nearly six times the rate of whites.
    • Together, African American and Hispanics comprised 58% of all prisoners in 2008, even though African Americans and Hispanics make up approximately one quarter of the US population.
      • According to Unlocking America, if African American and Hispanics were incarcerated at the same rates of whites, today’s prison and jail populations would decline by approximately 50%.
      • Drug Sentencing Disparities
        • About 14 million Whites and 2.6 million African Americans report using an illicit drug.
        • 5 times as many Whites are using drugs as African Americans, yet African Americans are sent to prison for drug offenses at 10 times the rate of Whites.
        • African Americans represent 12% of the total population of drug users, but 38% of those arrested for drug offenses, and 59% of those in state prison for a drug offense.
        • African Americans serve virtually as much time in prison for a drug offense (58.7 months) as whites do for a violent offense (61.7 months). (Sentencing Project).

But Black & Brown people are told and expected to rely on this system to follow through with an unbiased system of so-called justice. No, it is the exact opposite of that and they wonder why we are angry. No justice, no peace.


Freeway: Crack In The System

Marc Levin CIA Contra Documentary of how crack cocaine was brought into our black neighborhoods by the United States government.
Systematic oppression and the agenda to keep black americans living in poverty and in prisons.

Directed by Marc Levin, Freeway: Crack in the System tells the true story of Freeway Rick Ross and the players that tell how crack cocaine destroyed neighborhoods and lives through the CIA Contra connection featuring exclusive interviews with journalist Gary Webb, Jesse Katz, source Coral Baca, former Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff Robert Juarez, drug trafficker Julio Zavala and many others.

Watch Planet Rock: the Story of Hip Hop and the Crack Generation after @