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Muhammad Ali took on racism and the US Government and won his conscientious objector case of not anted to be drafted into the military to go to Vietnam to murder Asian people. Why? Ali noted that NO VIETCONG EVER CALLED HIM NIGGER - ( Argentine magazine El Gráfico - Photo)



America IS NOT ISRAEL - Is ISRAEL'S MISSION to MURDER Arab SAND NIGGERS & STEAL THEIR LAND & OIL - Graffiti such as "Die Arab Sand-Niggers!" is often sprayed on Palestinian houses by Israeli settlers. Location: Hebron, West Bank, Palestine - American politicians including Hillary Clinton support Israel and their murdering, racist practices - (CPT-Hebron photo)







A guilty verdict of a policeman that murdered George Floyd is not a final or fair result. Blacks have experienced 400 years of slavery resulting in negative attitudes of whites towards minorities. While the world watches the beat goes on for justice and equality for all. America is not Israel and American minorities continue to fight for their rights as depicted in three films that we noted relating to the last 60 years of injustice while progress still stands on square one the question is… will racism ever stop?



Richard Ricciardi - National Radio Text Service

Wednesday, April 21, 2021


When it comes to justice many racist police live by the credo of JUST US (have justice)… but due to too much excess police abuse the tables appear to be turning. The recent jury guilty verdict in the George Floyd murder by a Minneapolis, Minnesota cop seems that the world is waking up to the fact that white people cannot continue treating people of color as being inferior or not worthy of respect and more importantly LIFE.

Athletes are being given credit for the recent awareness of racial justice and racism. We've been reporting on the cause since Colin Kaepernick first took a knee prior to being what is believed to be him being blackballed from his trade as a professional football player in the NFL. As it turned out his stance was more that an action but resulted in him losing a $12 million a year salary.

Kap took it well by sucking it up and being more determined to take a stance regardless of what the cost. He was even generous in his efforts by donating $1 million to worthy causes fighting to bring about justice for people of color.

As it turns out he has been supported by the Nike sports apparel company and his brand is selling well. Although he is off the field he continues to compete and seems to have a serious mission.

Today's athletes are largely thriving and recognized from the suffering and criticism that Muhammad Ali took in his personal fight for justice 60 years ago. The crux of it all is documented in the film Ali, starring Will Smith.

Ali put himself on the cross for justice and took on the US government that tried to draft him. When he refused induction he was sentenced to five years in jail and a $10,000 fine.

The US government even went to the extreme of taking away his title by denying him permission to fight which was supported by boxing authorities and commissions that denied him a license. The government also took away Ali's passport so he couldn't leave the country to fight elsewhere out of their jurisdiction. His case eventually went to the Supreme Court where he won as a conscientious objector and on the grounds of his religious beliefs of his Muslim faith.

Ali was strong in his convictions and most notably stated the he didn't want to go to Vietnam and kill people. He noted that NO VIETCONG EVER CALLED HIM NIGGER. In addition he told the press and anyone that would listen that if he wanted to die he would die here (in the USA) and fight his oppressors he perceived as being his enemy. Topping it off Ali adamantly pointed out that nobody (white America) would stand up for his rights or religious beliefs. He inferred why should he die or fight for them? To add insult to injury he won a Gold Medal for boxing in the 1960 Olympics representing the US government.

Ali's fight with racist America came to light when he began his pro career and was noticed. Like athletes today he had a platform and he stood on his own when advised not to and took on racism. At that time niggers were to stay in their place or as Donald Trump suggested to LeBron James to… SHUT UP AND DRIBBLE. Hall of Fame athletes Jim Brown of the NFL and the NBA's Bill Russell fought for the cause but they were not as vocal as Ali.

When you think of it nobody was as vocal as Ali. Ali's fighting career came to prominence in 1964 when he defeated Sonny Liston. To put his bravery in perspective at that time the Boston Celtics NBA championship team included five black members of their 12 man team. That was a record at that time. Now both the NBA and NFL consist of 75% black or minority players.

At that time nobody dared to speak as loud as Ali as he declared that he was THE GREATEST. It was that phrase and his championship talent that endeared him to many people of color throughout the world which they in turn used.

Injustice recently raised its head again in Georgia where they have changed laws making it more difficult for minorities to vote. That move resulted in the MLB (Major League Baseball) canceling their future game there.

Another film that shines the light on that topic is "Selma" when in 1964 people of color were led by Martin Luther King to march on Selma, Alabama to protest their right to vote. In the film then President Johnson asked then Alabama governor George Wallace", why didn't he just let the niggers vote?

That language epitomizes the mentality at that time from the nation's leader and many Americans that continues to exist. The march succeeded and blacks were allowed to vote. We're talking of events that took place over a half century ago (57 years) and minorities are still fighting for the same thing only to have white power try to continually take their human and legal American citizens rights away.

Rapper Ice Cube turned his bad experiences with the police into hit records including 'FUCK THA POLICE' - (HBO photo)


The other MUST SEE film exposing racism is Straight Outta Compton. This film comes from a black point of view and experience. It depicts the rise and fall of the gangsta rap group N.W.A ("Niggaz Wit Attitudes") and its members Eazy-E, Ice Cube, and Dr. Dre. While being abused by the police in the process they rose to fame and fortune.

The film focuses on Ice Cube's "reality raps" reflecting on the crime, gang violence, and police harrassemnt that they and other African Americans encounter daily. Dr. Dre convinces Eazy-E their friend and drug dealer to fund a startup record label, Ruthless Records, with Dr. Dre as record producer.

The group grew up in Compton, California a majority minority community. It's a place where homes have bars on their windows and doors, not to keep people in but to keep people OUT.

Twenty years ago we published an article on the Williams sisters of tennis fame pointing that out since they grew up in Compton. Within days a television sports reporter asked them if that was true which they verified.

At the beginning of their career NWA was harassed by police when they came out of the recording studio to take a break. The police forced them to the ground and insulted them for nothing. The group wanted to know why they were being harassed and the only black cop among several white police called them niggers and told them to comply. Their manager at the time Jerry Heller came out of the studio and observed the situation insisting the police leave them alone and let them go which they did.

The event inspired Ice Cube to write a song titled FUCK THE POLICE which became a hit. Because it encourages violence against law enforcement police in Detroit forbid them from performing the song. The group ignored the warning, sang it and a riot broke out resulting in the group being arrested.

The group turned a sow's ear into a silk purse by growing from their negative experiences turning it into art and becoming famous wealthy.

Released on August 14, 2015, Straight Outta Compton made over $201 million on a production budget of $50 million, was chosen by National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of 2015 and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. It inspired Dr. Dre's third studio album, Compton, which debuted at no. 2 on the US Billboard 200 album chart a week prior to the film's release. The soundtrack album, featuring music by N.W.A, debuted at no. 1 on the Rap Albums chart and reached no. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

Dr Dre has been a hit producer and is thought to be worth over $700 million. Ice Cube has become a hit recording artist, writer and actor in nearly 40 films most notably 22 Jump Street. Eazy-E passed away at 30 from AIDS.

On May 11, 2010, ESPN aired Cube's directed documentary Straight Outta L.A., examining the interplay of Los Angeles sociopolitics, hip hop, and the Raiders during the 1980s into the 1990s.

These three films "Ali," "Selma" and "Straight Outta Compton" present an insight to what minorities experience in their everyday life that stimulates a negative attitude by minorities towards law enforcement and government. It helps inform the uninformed.

Every day minorities have to fight for their rights. They are asked to die for their country but are denied their human rights. These films represent as Ali stated, 400 years of slavery. As Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr said, "What's wrong with us?" Is he talking about white people or society? WHO IS US?


The conspiracy to create Israel:

Al-Nakba = From 1914 the conspiracy to seal Palestinian land and businesses and in the process murder their citizens.


The Secret of the Seven Sisters -

Four men devising a scheme to take over the Middle East for their OIL -


Links to documentaries on You Tube



Relating to Israeli theft of Palestinian land and businesses and the conspiracy to create Israel

The War in October | The Crossing | Part 1 |


The War in October | The Heat of Battle | Part 2

| https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rb-0DjbpZ5Y

The War in October | The Battle and Beyond | Part 3


persona non grata by oliver stone: =



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7FML0wzJ6A &

The Secret of the Seven Sisters

Four men devising a scheme to take over the Middle East for their OIL




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