All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #49.

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“The almost universal opposition in the First World to immigrant rights testifies to the common interest shared by all dominant classes therein in the maintenance of a captive colonial labor market. Labor aristocratic discrimination, violence and antipathy towards immigrant populations (even second, third or fourth generation ones) in the First World and non-white workers in the settler nations is the product of deep-seated and extensive training and social habitus. Racist consciousness and practice has helped secure bourgeois social status for First World workers over the course of four centuries of capitalist ascendancy.”

– Zak Cope.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Drill Time” – Slim Jesus

“Holy Water” – The Game

“56 Nights” – Future

“Changes” – Tupac



“Blast Off” – Matty, ft. Luck One and Spaceman

“I’m Old” – D-Tension

“Ooooh Child (Nicodemus Remix)” – Nina Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



Sensei Lewis, Comandanta Rosalinda (EZLN), Dorian Taylor on Disability Justice, Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples Socialist Party), and a lot more…!

Click on the image (above) to read more about the realities of chattel slavery. Click here to read about a new study that reveals the #1 terrorist threat in amerikkka today.


All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #48.

“A lot of leaning and growth can happen through direct confrontation.”

– Mara Wilaford, Black Lives Matter; Seattle, WA.


“Watch Out Now” – Beatnutz

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Monster” – Meek Mill

“Smoke” – Ant Banks

“What The Hook Goin’ Be?” – Murphy Lee

“Blindside” – Slim Dunkin

“Tell Me” – Smilez and Southstar



“Scattered People” -dead prez, ft. Shabazz The Disciple

“My Block” – Nya J

“No Further” – Teminator X, ft. Section 8

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Brotherly Love



Malcolm X vs. The FBI, EZLN Women Speak, UK Emcee Akala on Everyday Racism, Omali Yeshitela, and a lot MORE (Really)!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #47.

WUGD-BLM-This Aint You Mamas Civil Rights Movement-2

…common labor in America and white Europe, far from being motivated by any vision of revolt against capitalism, has been blinded by the American vision of the possibility of layer after layer of the workers escaping into the wealthy class and becoming managers and employers of labor….”

– W.E.B. DuBois


“Under The Sheets” – Chiddy Bang

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Sit Down” – Kevin Gates

“Fire Squad” –  Sa-Roc

“ODOG” – Treal Lee

“Undercat”– Sly and the Family Stone

“Driver” – Buju Banton



“I Shot The Sheriff” – Warren G

“Missing You (New Orleans Bounce remix)” – Faith Evans

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples Socialist Party) on What Revolution Is…and Is Not, Subcommandanta Dalia (EZLN; en Espanol) on The Struggle(s) of Zapatista Women, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot more!

Click here for one example of Israeli apartheid against a Palestinian. Click here to watch a video on how Hitler rose to power in Germany…with popular support. Click on the image (above) to watch an interview with former Baltimore Police sergeant Michael Wood.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #46.

WUGD - All Lives Matter“The overwhelming fact that the working class in the imperialist countries does not unite with the anti-imperialist struggles of the majority of the world’s people ensures that they acquiesce to the dominant ideologies and practices of their own ruling class’ racial-social management, whether nominally conservative or social democratic. The imperialist ruling class is able to keep the populations of their own nations from wishing to unite with the super-exploited nationalities by virtue of sharing out the enormous profits reaped from imperialism via the provision of high wage jobs, cheap imported commodities, [a] myriad [of] welfare benefits, and superior working conditions.”

– Zak Cope. “Divided World, Divided Class.”



“90’s Classic Hip Hop Old School” – Smile Back, ft. Dusty Flava

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Way From Creation (Dub)” – ???

“Henchman Riddim” – Kef Records

“Bodies” – Chinx Drugz, ft Bobby Shmurda and  Rowdy Rebel

“Photograph” – Def Leppard



“Malcolm Said It” – Akala

“West Wind (Live)” – Nina Simone

“Higher (New Orleans Bounce Remix)” – John Legend

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Ken Parker



Thought Germs: When Ideas Go Viral, Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Atlanta: A Profile In Police Terrorism In Amerikkka, and a lot MORE…!

Click on the image (above)  to watch “How The West Re-Colonized China”. Click here to read an article by Kali Akuno on Black labor in amerikkka historically and today. Click here to watch anti-fascists chase neo-confederates and neo-nazis out of Washington D.C., set to a classic hit by the late Ray Charles.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #45.

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“The Negro people are suffering under a privileged class of Negro businessmen and professional men who have no more consideration for their own unfortunate people than the white exploiter. Their selfishness is their only motive, their contempt for the masses of their people is great, and their only mission is to rob and exploit the unfortunate brothers of their own race…”

– Marcus Garvey.

“At the expense of the plundered colonial peoples, capital corrupted its wage slaves, [and] created a community of interest between the exploited and the exploiters …against the oppressed colonies—the yellow, black, and red colonial people—and chained the European and American working class to the imperialist ‘fatherland’ ”.

– Part of a resolution adopted by First Congress of the Communist International (COMINTERN); 1919.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Watch Me (Whip Nae Nae)” – Silento

“That Other Woman” – Changing Faces

“Young Niggas” –  Ferrari Boyz (Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka)

“War Operations Riddim” – Raty Shubbout

“Stunnas Do” – Juicy J

“If It Aint Real” – Soulja Slim



“Lord Knows I Try” – Byrdie, ft. Jazz Digga

“Baby, I’m An Anarchist (Rap Version)” – Greasy Nichols

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Gaida Gambon (African Peoples’ Socialist Party)on colonialism and police terror, Mumia Abu-Jamal ( on prisoner solidarity, Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples’ Socialist Party) on Haiti and its larger historical context, the families of the Ayotzinapa 43 (en Espanol), Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown say “Feel The Bern…!” to Bernie Sanders and his most rabid supporters , and a lot MORE!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #44.

WUGD-BLM-This Aint You Mamas Civil Rights Movement

“Before I was married, I thought the sound of bangles jangling on my forearms would be delightful.  I looked forward to being able to wear bells around my ankles and silver necklaces around my neck, but not any more, not since I had learned what they represented for the man who gave them. A necklace was no prettier than a piece of of rope that ties a goat to a tree, depriving it of freedom.”

– Phoolan Devi



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“New Orleans Bounce (With Baton Rouge Flava)” – ???

“Tamale” – Mr. Vegas

“Game Over” – Eazy-E



“Hell You Talmbout” – Janelle Monae

“Okey Dog” – Murs

“Cops On My Back” – Silas Blak

“A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)” – Patti LaBelle



Gaida Gambon (African Peoples Socialist Party) on the police, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown in the studio with hip-hop artist Poesia, Yusef Bunchy Shakur, and a lot more!

Click on the image above to connect with Campaign Zero. While it is reformist in nature (way too much faith in the current political system and regime), it provides good information on current policing trends in amerikkka based upon scientific data, and provides details to the specific demands that have been coming from the Black community in Ferguson, Missouri and elsewhere.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #43.


“The proper criterion for distinguishing “right” from “wrong” is not mysterious.It is embodied in the principles that advance the cause of the oppressed and exploited over the cause of those who live by oppression and exploitation.”

― Dhoruba Bin Wahad.



“Braves” – A Tribe Called Red

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Nothin'” – Neptunes

“Dysfunctional (remake)” – Tech N9ne

“Unbeatable” – Trillbeatz

“Climate” – Sevn Thomas



“Can’t Wait” – Khingz, Mic Flont, Spekulation, and Paolo Escobar

“Save Me” – Nina Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



BlackLivesMatter – Seattle Says #BowDownBernie, Open Letter To 1st World Leftists, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and more!

Click on the image (above) to watch u.$. Senator Bernie Sanders explain his vote on Gaza.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #42.

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“This country is a nation of thieves. It stole everything it has, beginning with black people. The U.S. cannot justify its existence as the policeman of the world any longer. I do not want to be a part of the American pie. The American pie means raping South Africa, beating Vietnam, beating South America, raping the Philippines, raping every country you’ve been in. I don’t want any of your blood money. I don’t want to be part of that system. We must question whether or not we want this country to continue being the wealthiest country in the world at the price of raping everybody else.”

– Stokely Carmichael (aka Kwame Ture).



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Hood Go Crazy” – Tech N9ne

“Forgot About Dre” – Dr. Dre, ft. Eminem

“Bad Guy” – Blue Sky Black Death

“SouthernPlayalisticCadillacMuzik” –  Outkast



“Things Ain’t Right” – Divine RBG, ft. Aloe Blacc

“Black August” –  Ife Jie

“I’ve Got Life” – Lauryn Hill

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Solo



Min. Louis Farrakhan – “Justice, Or Else!”,  Baltimore Protestors say “No More Freddie Grays”,  How National Elections In Amerikkka Actually Work, Alternatives To The Amerikkkan Two-Party Dicktators–t, and MORE…!

Click on the image (above) and watch as BlackLivesMatter activists in Seattle confront Bernie Sanders at an outdoor rally.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #41.

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“If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings.

– Nelson Mandela.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Tug Of War”– Andy Mineo, ft. Krizz Kaliko

“Back That Ass Up” – Juvenile

“Made You Look” – Nas

“I Love College” – Asher Roth



“No Love” – Rocky Rivera

“No More Control” – Murs

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston



Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on Hillary Clinton, stupid amerikkkans, social imperialism, and a lot more.

Click on the image above to see the body cam video from University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing as he executes Sam DuBose, a young Black man, during a traffic stop

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #40.

WUGD-Serena Williams

 “You can’t have unity if you don’t have principles.”– Dhoruba Bin Wahad; Fmr. Black Panther Party & Black Liberation Army.



“Immortal”– Tupac, ft.  The Outlawz (RIP)

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Behave Yourself” – Booker T. & The M.G.s

“The Struggle” –  C.O. (of A.T.M. Beatz)

“Shabba” – A$AP Ferg

“I disappear” – Metallica



“Now Or Never” – Byrdie (RIP)

“On the Eve Of War” – Jedi Mind Tricks

“Everything Must Change” – Nina Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Dhoruba Bin Wahad (former political prisoner; Black Liberation Army), Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown: Local City Council Elections (Part 2), and MORE!

Click on the image above to learn the TRUTH of concealed carry self-defense and how it works in the REAL world.