The Other Wars

From the Uhuru Movement.

On January 6 of this year the Steering Committee of the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations voted to hold a National Conference on the Other Wars in this city on March 26 at a location not yet consolidated at the time of this writing.

The Black is Back Coalition was formed in September of 2009 and within less than two months after its founding organized the first national mobilization against the U.S. imperialist wars since the inauguration of the Obama regime. It is a coalition that encompasses a broad and ideologically diverse sector of the African population that is united by its opposition to imperialism and its commitment to the self-determination of African and other peoples.

In its adopted proposal to hold the National Conference on the Other Wars the Coalition expressed its dismay with the opportunist conduct of much of the traditional white left and anti-war movement…

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  1. White people will never be good enough, smart enough, real enough, human enough, or soulful enough, to be on equal terms to black radicals. That is why I see this development as a good thing.

  2. that’s the first time i’ve seen a comment on this board and could only think “that’s pants on head retarded.”

    good job yeoman

  3. Here’s brief piece from the Uhuru website about the lockdown in St Petersburg:


    Radicals of any stripe need to study these kinds of actions by the state, because they’re prototypes on which the ever burgeoning police state is modeled. The kinds of police attacks that were formerly used against the most marginalized populations like inner-city blacks, tax protesters or fringe religious sects are now starting to spread into other sectors, including the officially respectable: http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/08/08/maryland.mayor/index.html

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