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  • 00:31


    in Politics

    "The psychic distance between love and hate could be the mechanical difference between a smile and a sneer, or it could be the journey of a nervous impulse form the depths of one’s brain to the tip of one’s toe.  But this impulse in its path through North america nerves may, if it is honest, find the passage disputed: may find the leap form the fiber of hate to that of love too taxing on its meager store energy—and so the long trip back may never be completed, may end in reconnaissance, a compromises, and then a lie..... "

    This myth of the creation of the white race, called “Yacub’s History’” is an inversion of the racial death-wish of American Negroes today.  Quite simply, many Negroes believe, as the principle of assimilation into white America implies, that the race problem in America cannot be settled until all traces of the black race are eliminated.  Toward this end, many Negroes loathe the very idea of two very dark Negroes mating.  The children, they say, will come out ugly. What they mean is that the children are sure to be black, and this is not desirable.  What they mean is that the children are sure to be black, and this is not desirable.  From the widespread use of cosmetics to bleach the black out of one’s skin and other concoctions to take Africa out of one’s hair, to the extreme, restored to by more  Negroes than one might wash to believe, of undergoing nose thinning and lip-clipping operations, the racial death-wish of american Negroes—Yacub’s goal—takes its terrible toll. What has been happening for the past four hundred years is that the white man, through his access to black women. has been pumping his and genes of the blacks—i.e., has been fulfilling Yacub’s plan and accelerating the Negroes on death-wish." SOUL ON ICE by Eldridge Cleaver

  • 02:00

    Do Suspects Get Worse Treatment If They Are NOT White?

    in Spirituality

    Pictured: The cabin in the woods where gunman, 57, lived before Planned Parenthood rampage that killed three - including hero cop - and injured nine

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3337420/Pictured-trench-coat-gunman-59-killed-three-including-hero-cop-injured-nine-opening-fire-Planned-Parenthood-clinic.html#ixzz3soOeXTJa 

    Conservative teen sensation once known as the 'anti-Obama kid' renounces all political labels after watching Republicans turn 'a blind eye to racial discrimination'

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3337569/Anti-Obama-kid-CJ-Pearson-renounces-Conservative-label.html#ixzz3soOsjV4e 

  • 01:01


    in Current Events

    A Washington State police officer turned psychologist looks at the treatment of first responders who are just expected to deal with it in the aftermath of some pretty nasty and traumatic work.

    Loreli Thompson, PhD also counsels victims of trauma and violence. Join us as we look at the world of the first responder.

  • 01:02

    Laura Johnston Kohl, Jonestown Survivor

    in History

    After participating with the Black Panthers, and attending Woodstock, Laura moved into Peoples Temple in California in 1970, and was an active and enthusiastic member until the day it ended.  She moved to Guyana in March 1977.  She frequently traveled between Georgetown and Jonestown, a 24-hour boat ride, but moved into Jonestown in October 1978.  Laura’s survival was a fluke.

    It took twenty years for Laura to rebuild her life and have the determination to research this tragedy.  The first ten years were spent in Synanon.  Then, she reunited with many of the other survivors to put the pieces together and to get some understanding.  After ten years she wrote her autobiography.  

    Today, Laura is a bilingual teacher, a member of ReadLocal San Diego, on the Speakers’ Bureau of The Jonestown Institute, a bilingual international speaker, a Quaker, and a Board Member of the Communal Studies Association.  She is interviewed often by national and international media, most recently on television, internet and radio programs.

  • 00:32

    Why Being Indifferent Causes Collateral Damage In Racial Justice Work

    in Culture

    Advocacy for social causes is good but not so good when it comes to fighting racial injustice. Advocacy means you're sitting on the fence and while your sitting on the fence deciding what to do next, nothing happens and lives are being lost. Tune in to #SHEtalksWEtalkRadio on Wednesday November 25th at 10 AM CST to learn how to get off the fence and get into action to eliminate racism. My guest will be Louise Edington who knows first hand how damaging being an Advocate is and what she did to move closer to becoming a White Ally. Call in LIVE or listen in here online. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/shetalkswetalk


  • 02:03

    Indians In The Caribbean: Can Racial Unity Exist Amidst Ethnic Domination?

    in Women

    When an ethnic group migrates to another country, the group brings its language and culture, which includes food, clothing, and religion. This can be an opportunity for sharing information and learning about one another's history. Or it can create an unpleasant clash of cultures and a hostile power struggle, depending upon how each side views and treats the other. Tony Jones, Executive Director of the Centre for Social Justice and Development Inc., is also Chairman of the National Unity Commission which has been tasked to investigate impediments to unity in Guyana. Today, he'll take a look at the Indianization of the Caribbean. What do we do when immigration creates a clash of cultures and a struggle for dominance? How can we create unity through mutual respect

  • 02:03

    Happy Thanksgiving and Hot Current Topics!

    in Romance

    We are all so blessed and fortunate to live in the world we do, and have the opportunities we have to live life to the fullest. We have so much that we have grown quite spoiled! We usually do more complaining than appreciating. Each year as a society we evolve some, but are we truly thankful for as much as we have?

    Also, there has been a good deal of news worthy of our commentary: Pregnant preacher’s wife raped and shot in the head, Black Lives Matter protestors being attacked, 9 Year old slain Tyshawn Lee, Taye Diggs and racial identity, Laquan McDonald slaying, etc…

    So tonight, let’s take some time to give thanks for all those things we are thankful for, and the blessings of our lives and society, and to talk about some of the current news and events in our culture.

    Share your stories and examples with us and the world Friday nights from Midnight till 2AM!

    Tune in...Call in...(347)637-3528...

    Share your opinions with the world!!




  • 00:38


    in Politics

    Tonight our show will be about those SELF HATING NEGROES, oh yeh you know them. “The psychic distance between love and hate could be the mechanical difference between a smile and a sneer, or it could be the journey of a nervous impulse in its path through North American nerves may, if it is honest, find the passage disputed:  may find the leap form the fiber of hate to that of love too taxing on its meager store of energy—and so the long trip may never be completed, may end in a reconnaissance, a compromise, and then a lie.  

    Self-hatred takes many forms; sometimes it can be detected by no one, not by the keenest observer, not by the self-hater himself, not by his most intimate friends. Ethnic self-hater himself is even more difficult to detect.  But in American Negroes, the ethnic self hatred often takes the bizarre from of a racial death wish, with many and elusive manifestations. Ironically, it provides much of the impetus behind the motivations go integration.  And the attempt to suppress or deny such drives in ones psyche leads many American Negro to become ostentatious separationists,  black Muslims, and Back to Africa advocates.

  • 01:59

    One Step at a Time With Isis S.P. - Journals and Strategies of the Mind

    in Radio

    Tonight we will discuss the nature of the mind, body and soul before and after any trauma.  How to recognize your true feelings and what steps one can take towards acceptance and survival. Hi, my name is Isis Serran-Pagan. I am a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) survivor.  I join the faces of all that go through daily challenges, struggles and as well as accomplishments living with a brain injury. Joining the voices of inspiration, support and awareness to all those struggling to find their "new normal'.  Let's find it together! Join me, to listen and be part of the discusion. I look forward to hearing from you too!


  • 00:46

    Nathan Gustavsson; the making of a Hermantown racial predator; holiday blues

    in Current Events

    Not giving in to family and tradition.  Also, the four Minnesota men who shot at the BLM protestors.

    Jon's origins of Thanksgiving.

  • 02:04


    in Military

    Perry “DOC” Black was born and raised in the great state of Louisiana in 1965.  In 1983, two weeks after graduating high school, he left for his first tour in the Army.  Perry hated the Army life and left the Army 3 ½ years later and became a steel fabricator in Louisville KY.  After working for 5 years as a civilian, after losing his job due to involvement with union organizing.  He then spent the next six months partying and one morning he woke up staring at the ceiling and decided to return to the Army.  Perry decided he wanted to be an Airborne Ranger and was lucky enough to get a Ranger contract.  Ironically enough, Perry had never heard of the 75th Ranger Regiment and was unaware of the destiny awaiting him in becoming such an influential member of the Regiment.

    His career as a Ranger started when he arrived in 3/75th in July of 91.  He is a combat veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu, Somalia in 93, which is the inspiration for the famous book “Black Hawk Down”, written by author Mark Bowden, and movie directed by Ridley Scott.  Doc served in 3/75th, from 91-97.  He then went to Task Force 160, where he worked as a Special Operations Flight Medic from 97-99.  He returned to his beloved Ranger Regiment, at 1/75th, from 99-01 as BN Senior Medic.  He was then selected to be the Joint Special Operations Medic Course, Ranger Liaison.  He served as Trauma instructor and later became the first Ranger NCOIC of the Special Operations Combat Medic Course and retired from active duty in 2007.  Some of his awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with Valor 3-Oct 1993, MSM x 6, numerous ARCOM’s and AAM’s, EFMB, CFMB, Ranger Tab and Aviation Crewmember Wings.  His military courses and certifications include the US Army Ranger School, SERE-C, JSOMTC, Jumpmaster, NREMT-P, Scout Swimmer, JOTC, PLDC, BNCOC and ANCOC.