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Tonight is an introduction to next week's show Legalized Murder. Next week I will have as my guest a Viet Nam Combat War Veteran I met recently. WE were discussing the U.S. re-engagement of military forces in Iraq. And he said, yeah, more legalized murder. So tonight I am going to look at the philosophy of war and the progression from war to defense and prepare the way for me to discuss war as legalized murder with an actual combat war veteran.
Destination of African Slaves (1519–1867)
DestinationPercentagePortuguese America38.5%British America (minus North America)18.4%Spanish Empire17.5%French Americas13.6%British North America6.5%English Americas3.3%Dutch West Indies2.0%Danish West Indies0.3%
The first 19 or so Africans arrived ashore near the English colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619, brought by Dutch traders who had seized them from a captured Spanish slave ship. The Spanish usually baptized slaves in Africa before embarking them. As English law considered baptized Christians exempt from slavery, these Africans were treated as indentured servants who joined about 1,000 English indentured servants already in the colony. They were freed after a prescribed period and given the use of land and supplies by their former masters. The historian Ira Berlin noted that what he called the "charter generation" was sometimes made up of mixed-race men who were indentured servants, and whose ancestry was African and Iberian. They were descendants of African women and Portuguese and Spanish men who worked in African ports as traders or facilitators in the slave trade. For example, like Anthony Johnson, who arrived in 1621 as an indentured servant, some Africans achieved freedom and became property owners. The transformation of the status of Africans from indentured servitude to slavery—whereby they could never leave—happened gradually.
Tonight's Politics: Second Murder. Ferguson. Unrest. Guests include writer/singer John Milton Wesley (MD), DeeAnna Lopes (TX), and LaQuay Juel (NJ) of Obsidian News. National panel discusses Ferguson and the second murder. Panel discusses history of race relations in the US.
This weeks playlist includes : , Slay, Flash of Genius, Schlafwandler, 490 Friedhof Chiller, Mizz D, Deutsch Rap, German Rap, Low C, Murder Dog Mag Da Morgue, (R.I.P.) AC Chill, S.P.C., K-Rino, 007 5th Ward Boyz, Hustler E, Moss Major, Scratch LDP, Skinny Manne, Tha BG, Rapper K, Dope-E, Murdoq, Klondike Kat, Ganksta Nip, R.I.P. Mathew Molnar"
The Murder of Michael Brown & Eric Garner: Are the Police Taliban, or Al Qaeda? Who do you fear most?
In the 1960's it was the act of a MARCH, PROTEST, BOYCOTT AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES that brought CHANGES
This episode will discuss the murder of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Eric Garner was murdered for voicing his concern about being targeted by police and for an alleged prior possession of untaxed cigarettes, which led to a death sentence. Michael Brown was murdered allegedly with his hands in the air and also while unarmed. He was shot six times with a fatal bullet to the 18 year old head. We will discuss the ongoing problems associated with untrained police officers who encounter unarmed people and police citizen encounters in America. Garner wanted to know why he was being harassed and he suffered a life sentence for merely questioning police officers and why are Americans under attack by their local police who are commissioned to protect and serve the community. However, it appears that local police departments are armed military forces who target their communities like terrorist. Who do you fear the Taliban, Al Qaeda or your local police? A side bar, in Georgia a bomb was thrown threw a window of a home occupied by a family to enforce a search warrant. A child suffered severe injuries!
We will also cover why 12 NYPD officers were required to respond to the home of a Brooklyn grandmother and force her from her home and the Protest against the Shooting death of an unarmed teen in Ferguson Missouri
Tune in and celebrate Ganxsta Nip's Birthday for this 3 hour special. We will chop it up with the legend on his birthday, play some of his favorite songs from his huge catalog of hits, and give away 10 copies of his latest album "God Of Horrorcore" to callers who can answer questions about Nip. Tune in for this special episode of the Murder Master Music Show only on UGS Radio at www.ugs4life.com
This episode will discuss the murder of Eric Garner for voicing his concern about being targeted by police and for an alleged prior possession of untaxed cigarettes, which led to a death sentence. We will discuss the ongoing problems associated with untrained police officers who encounter unarmed people and police citizen encounters in America. Garner wanted to know why he was being harassed and he suffered a life sentence for merely questioning police officers. A side bar, in Georgia a bomb was thrown threw a window of a home occupied by a family to enforce a search warrant. A child suffered severe injuries!
Broadcasting live from the Ferguson, MO. Black Power Radio gives you an up to the minute report of whats happening since the murder of Michael Brown, on August 9th, 2014. The world is in Shock as we witness an alarming amount our Blackmen and women, being murdered at the laws of Law Enforcement Agencies. We discuss the option of De-Centralization, Citizen Review boards, Police Patrols and more. Live
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