Revolutionary Daily- Thought

“The violence That presided over the settlement of the colonial world, qui HAS tirelessly paced the destruction of indigenous social forms, demolished without restriction the systems of reference of the economy, modes of appearance and dress, Will Be Claimed and Assumed by the colonized at the moment when, Deciding to be history in deeds, the […]

New report revealz who payz for and who benefitz from mass incarceration

In a first-of-its-kind report, the Prison Policy Initiative aggregates economic data to offer a big picture view of who pays for and who benefits from mass incarceration. The report, Following the Money of Mass Incarceration, and infographic are a first step toward better understanding who benefits from mass incarceration and who might be resistant to […]

TIGHT PACKERZ OR LOOSE PACKERZ? A QUESTION OF PROFIT ON THE SLAVE SHIPZ

Tight packers and loose packers Aboard the slave ships the slaves were stowed below deck like pieces of goods. There were two different ways the captain aboard a slave ship could pack the slaves.  The slave ships could either be “tight packers” or “loose packers”, depending upon how many slaves were crammed below deck. Whether […]

Walter Rodney and the Racial Underpinningz of Global Inequality

  While inequality has become a topic of increased popularity and politicization in recent years, most of the attention has focused on how 1% own an increasingly large share of the world’s wealth, rather than on inequalities between nations. In a global context in which national borders and citizenship pose few barriers to the mobility […]

Revolutionary Daily Thought

Amerika’z message to the world “I suck the blood of your economy, drain your natural resources, make you a beggar poorer in thanks—make you defenseless, powerless, homeless, useless, speechless, foreign, more foreign, so foreign that you’ll lose touch with families and familiarities so that you’ll lose control of reality so that you’ll start hallucinating, wandering […]

Katrina Pain Index 2013: New Orleans eight years later

by Bill Quigley   Eight years after Katrina, nearly a 100,000 people never got back to New Orleans, the city remains incredibly poor, jobs and income vary dramatically by race, rents are up, public transportation is down, traditional public housing is gone, life expectancy differs dramatically by race and place, and most public education has […]

22 Facts That Prove That The Bottom 90 Percent Of America Is Systematically Getting Poorer

By Michael, on May 1st, 2013 The mainstream media is not telling you this, but the truth is that most Americans are steadily getting poorer.  The middle class is being absolutely eviscerated, and poverty is soaring to unprecedented heights.  The fact that 90 percent of the population is constantly sliding downhill is not good for […]

MIM(Prisons): Identifying the U.$. Lumpen Starts with Understanding the First World Petty Bourgeoisie

by NikolaiBrown By Soso of MIM(Prisons) MIM(Prisons) is working on a book about the lumpen in the internal semi-colonies of the United $tates. The first chapter, which we are circulating in draft form for peer review, focuses on identifying the lumpen and calculating the size of this group within U.$. borders. Part of this identification first requires […]

Once again, i need a European Corperate Racial Capitalist to prove my point , written by a caucasian C.E.O. in the corporate world itz all real no lie..

THEY ARE STILL SLAVES,we can continue to reap profits from blacks without the effort of physical slavery look at the current methods of containment that they use on them selves,IGNORANCE,GREED,SELFISHNESS…..THERE IGNORANCE is the primary weapon of containment a great man once said the best way to hide something from black people is to put it […]