All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #27

Non-Prophet Organization.



 “It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.” 

- Luke 18:25




“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Happy” – Pharrell Williams

“Mafia” – Honey Cocaine

“Systematic” – High Definition

“Make The Money”- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

“Big Log” – Robert Plant




“If You Crump & Listen” – Talib Kweli and ediT (mash-up)

“The Jackson Pit” – Xaphoon Jones (Passion Pit/Jackson 5 mash-up)

“Fast Living” – Kendrick Lamar, ft. Santigold

“A Change Is Gonna Come” - Sam Cooke



Landslide in Washington State: Leaders–t Was Warned By Scientists(!), Mumia Abu-Jamal, Combat Liberalism, Run From Cultism, and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #26

No One Is More ‘Gangster’ Than The Amerikkkan Government…Nobody.


“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.”

- Carl Sagan



“Kasmir” – Led Zeppelin

“Bout Me” – Wiz Khalifa

“Start The Revolution” - Marcel Cartier

“Art Of Raw” – Rhyme Asylum

“Columbus Riddim” – ???



“Parable of The Dragon” – Gabriel Teodros

“Zombie” – The Cranberries (Ming Mash-Up)

“Oscar Grant Tribute” - Jasiri X

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



What ‘Government’ Really Is, 1,000 Protest Police Terrorism And Murder In New Mexico, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), Jason Unruhe (Maoist Rebel News), and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #25

Amerikkkan Free Dumb


“Americans have more food to eat than any other people and more diets to keep them from eating it.”

- Yogi Berra




“Storytelling Guitar Rap Instrumental 2014″ – ???

“Start The Revolution” - Marcel Cartier

“A Whiter Shade Of Pale” – Procol Harum



“Big Fameback” – David Bowie vs. James Brown (Mashup)

“Watch Out” – Villa Rosa (Muja Messiah & Maria Isa)

“Be Sekou” – M-1 & Divine

“Take You Higher” – Wilkinson

“Not For The Weakminded” – Crooked-I, ft. Snow Tha Product



Jeremy Scahill, Obama Admistration Ignores Citizen FOIA Requests, Sniper Attacks On Occupy Houston (?), and MORE….! 


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #24

More Politically Correct Than You.


“In our age there is no such thing as ‘keeping out of politics.’ All issues are political issues, and politics itself is a mass of lies, evasions, folly, hatred, and schizophrenia.”

George Orwell



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Thrift Shop” – Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

“Hold The Line Dub” – Major Lazer

“TKO” – Justin Timberlake

“Tight” – Rah Digga, ft. Da Beatminerz



“Rapper’s Delight (Jimmy Fallon Remix)” – Brian Williams (of NBC Nightly News)

“Hookless 2″ – Narubi Selah

“Never Fold” – Acid Reign

“Like Woodstock” – Joni Mitchell/Soundgarden (Mash-Up)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” - Sam Cooke




Mexican police go on strike against corruption, Carl Dix (RCP-USA), U.S. funds Ukrainian Neo-Nazi Government, and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #23

Creature Comforts


“The corporate grip on opinion in the United States is one of the wonders of the Western world. No First World country has ever managed to eliminate so entirely from its media all objectivity – much less dissent.”

- Gore Vidal




“When Your Laughing In The Dark” – Man Mantis

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“My Dick” – Mickey Avalon

“Whoop! There It Is!” – Tag Team




“Lift Your Spirit” – Aloe Blacc

“I Wanna Know Now” – Xaphoon Jones (Chidy Bang), MGMT, and Bob Marley and The Wailers (Mash-Up)

“Gone Bad” – Yirim Seck

“Same Love” – Macklemore and Ryan Lewis; ft. Angel Haze (Remix)

“Cosmic Assassins” – DJ Q-Bert

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



NASA Study: Worldwide Collapse Of Civilization Coming Soon, George Galloway vs. The U.S. Senate, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #21

Consume And Die For The Amerikkkan Lie


“Racial injustice, war, urban blight, and environmental rape have a common denominator in our exploitative economic system.” 

- Channing E. Phillips.



“The Last Stand” – Yung Teerow

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Gold Rush” – Clinton Sparks, ft.  2 Chainz, Macklemore &  D.A.

“Only U”- Ashanti



“Militant”- Quadir Lateef, ft.  Jamil al-Amin (aka H. Rap Brown)

“High Road”- Fort Minor, ft. John Legend

“Maangamizi” – Akala

“Dope The Mean Child” – Mickey Avalon / Jimi Hendrix (Mashup)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” - Sam Cooke



Bruce Dixon (Black Agenda Report), Norman Goldman (The Norman Goldman Show), Rev. Jerimiah Wright, and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #20

Feminism Also Means Self-Preservation


“The only times an Afro-American who was assaulted got away has been when he had a gun and used it in self-defense.”

- Ida B. Wells


On March 8th, millions of women around the world will observe International Women’s Day, with thousands taking to the streets to demonstrate for equal rights.

If you live in the U.S., though, you may well have made other plans. But don’t feel too bad. The celebration that was born in this country has always done better elsewhere, and for reasons that have nothing to do with apathy and everything to do with history.

The first Women’s Day was observed in the U.S. in February 1909 in a large demonstration marking the one-year anniversary of the 1908 New York Garment Workers’ Strike. Quickly thereafter, women’s days became a rallying point around which people around the world protested war and fought for women’s suffrage. In 1917, a Women’s Day protest in St. Petersburg even triggered the revolution responsible for bringing down the Russian Empire. In 1975 the U.N. established March 8 as its official International Women’s Day and initiated the Decade for Women the following year.

With more than 17 million women living in poverty  in the United States alone, over 600,000 women and girls trafficked internationally per year, and an estimated seven out of 10 women worldwide reporting they have experienced physical and sexual violence, why don’t more American women observe International Women’s Day? (Hallmark doesn’t even bother making cards dedicated to International Women’s Day or Women’s History Month.)

According to historian Estelle B. Freedman, the absence of celebrations in this country has less to do with our indifference than it does with the holiday’s long association with the Communist bloc.

“Before World War I, International Women’s Day really took off here during the suffrage and labor movement,” says Freedman, a Stanford history professor and author of No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women. “But then it was sustained as a communist, socialist holiday, particularly after the Russian Revolution. So, during the beginning of the Cold War especially, it wasn’t something that was embraced in the United States.” 

- ‘International Womens’ Day Has An Unexepcted History’;




As We Enter” – Damien Marley & Nas

Lip Gloss” – Lil’ Mama

“I’m Gettin’ Money” – Oj Da Juiceman

“Check It Out” – Beastie Boys



We Gonna Make It” – Rebel Diaz

Airplanes (Mash-Up)” – B.o.B., ft. Haley Williams, Notorius B.I.G., and Tupac

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Bruce Dixon (Black Agenda Report), International Womens’ Day Smackdown: TV Reporter Vs. Bully, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE…!


All Power To The Positive! Vol. #4, Episode #19

Unfunny Amerikkkan S–tcom




“..Patriarchy both creates the rage in boys and then contains it for later use, making it a resource to exploit later on as boys become men. As a national product, this rage can be garnered to further imperialism, hatred and oppression of women and men globally. This rage is needed if boys are to become men willing to travel around the world to fight wars without ever demanding that other ways of solving conflict can be found.”


- Bell Hooks






“Battle Cry” – Angel Haze


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier


“Oscelot” – Man Mantis


“Speechless” – Jedi Mind Tricks


“Orion”- Rodrigo y Gabriela






“Hip Hop to Death” - Marcel Cartier


“What Huey Told Me” – Mistah F.A.B.


“Afterglow” – Wilkinson


“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke





U.S. Hypokkkracy Around The World, How The NSA Ruins Lives, Chokwe Lumumba (RIP), and MORE…!