All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #55.

WUGD - Sheep De France

“The past year has seen a number of high-profile race-related incidents dominate the headlines in America, bringing the topic of racism back into the spotlight across the country, and like most other major issues that take center stage in the crusader media, racism does not go ignored by the Muslim minority living in the lands of kufr. Their “leaders” address the issue with an effort to give the topic an “Islamic” flavor, but typically fall short. When tackling the issue from such a perspective,
“Islamic” preachers and writers often do so with humanistic undertones that seek to portray Islam as a religion of peace that teaches Muslims to coexist with all.
Deluded by the open-ended concept of “tolerance,” they cite numerous āyāt and ahādīth that – rightfully so – serve to demonstrate that racial hatred has no place in Islam, but they do so for the purpose of advancing an agenda that attempts to “Islamize” more “liberal” concepts that the kuffār apply across the board for achieving evil, such as political pluralism, freedom of religion , and acceptance of sodomites…”
– editorial from the ISIS-produced magazine Dabiq (issue #11).


“9 Millimeta Boys” – Eightball & MJG

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Trilla” – A$AP Rocky

“As Long As You Love Me (Tuned Down For What..? remix)” – Justin Bieber

“Dat’s Outta Here” – Mistah F.A.B.

“Owner Of A Lonely Heart” – Yes

“African Tribal Drums” – Demba Dyasan



“Listening” – Sapient

“Forever” – Gensu Dean, ft. Large Professor

“Simulation Theory” – Silas Blak, ft. Aslan Rife

“Handcuffs” – Bellringer, ft. Sweedish

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Brotherly Love



Yusef Bunchy Shakur: Interview with former U.S. political prisoner ‘Marshall’ Eddie Conway, Commentary by current U.S. political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, The TRUTH about Paris and the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), and a lot more…!

Click on the image (above) to see the unprovoked armed attack upon 130 students in 8 buses by the Federal Police of Mexico in Ayotzinapa (en Espanol). Click here to see the aftermath.

Go here and here to learn more about the actual brand of “[His]lam” (Lol) practiced by ISIS/ISIL today.

And have a look at a special study guide/article on the material and moral crisis of willing support for imperialist amerikkka by its residents.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #54.

WUGD- KKKop-Fu 2

“Fascism should rightly be called Corporatism, as it is the merger of corporate and government power.” – Benito Mussolini



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Red Nose” – Tech N9ne

“Dance The Night Away” – Van Halen

“What’s The Difference” – Dr. Dre

“Babylon System” – Lion Riddims

“Poppin” – Rico Richie

“Mass Appeal” – Gang Starr



“‘Godsteppin'”– Rocky Rivera

“War” – Bob Marley & The Wailers

“One Eighty Seven” – Gifted Gab

“You Know You Like It” – DJ Snake & Aluna George

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – L. Young



Two Grieving Fathers Of Murdered Children: Two Different Views On The Death Penalty, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot more…!

Click on the image (above) to see why being Black in amerikkka can be hazardous to your health.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #53.

Thomas Sankara

“Being and thinking Black is more than a hairstyle, wearing a dashiki, being from the hood, or talking Black. Being Black is a political mindset committed to the eradication of Black inferiority and white supremacy, in the service of Black liberation.”

– Yusef Bunchy Shakur



“Hotline Bling” – Drake

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“The Hills” – The Weeknd

“Chinatown” – Migos

“Do It” – Chingo Bling

“Fu-Gee-La” – Oddisee



“Civil Rights” – Prince E (EXPLICIT)

“Juicy Jackson (Mash-Up)” – Outkast, ft. Notorious B.I.G.

“I’d Love to Change the World (Matstubs Remix)” – Jetta

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Biff Gore



Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Omali Yeshitela (, More Exposure Of The Black Misleaders–t cla$$,, and a lot MORE!


Click on the image (above) to learn about what’s going on in Burkino Faso today, since the murder of Thomas Sankara in 1987.Click here to read “Black Oppression Unplugged” by Yusef Bunchy Shakur.

Go here for a list of popular amerikkkan “[faux]gressives” who gleefully supported the bombing of Libya by the United States.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #52.

WUGD - Armchair Revolutionary

“Slavery has never been abolished from America’s way of thinking.” – Nina Simone



“Dum Dee Dum (JiKay Remix)” – Keys N Krates

“Home Coming” – Steve Chea

“Danger” – Blue Sky Black Death

“Street Life” – AZ

“Blank Space” – Taylor Swift

“Can’t Feel My Face” – The Weeknd



“La Policia (Remix)” – Kap G, ft. T.I. & David Banner (EXPLICIT)

“Happy” – UMC (Pharrell Williams remake)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Raw Truth About Worker Exploitation Around The World, ‘Secret’ Societies, Seattle: More Voices From Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Chiapas: Women of the EZLN, and MORE….!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #51.

WUGD- People Remover

“One of our people in the Native community said the difference between white people and Indians is that Indian people know they are oppressed but don’t feel powerless. White people don’t feel oppressed, but feel powerless. Deconstruct that dis-empowerment. Part of the mythology that they’ve been teaching you is that you have no power. Power is not brute force and money; power is in your spirit. Power is in your soul. It is what your ancestors, your old people gave you. Power is in the earth; it is in your relationship to the earth.”

― Winona LaDuke



“Holla Mears” – Made In Heights

“Arm And Hammer” – Kevin Gates

“5 a.m.” – Logic

“Energy” – Drake

“This Could Be Us” – Rae Sremmurd



“Things Just Ain’t The Same” – Rebel Diaz and The Reminders

“Metallica Goes To Punjab (Metallica / Panjabi MC Mashup)” – Wax Audio

“#Not4Sale” – Bizzle, ft. Lauryn Hill

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Terrence Trent D’Arby



Tabitha Milan on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Baltimore Youth Shutdown City Hall,  9 out of 10 Killed By Amerikkkan Drones Are NOT The Intended Targets, and MORE….!

Click on the image (above) to read about how low caste women in India are fighting back against sexual violence. Click here to see if the film is coming to your city.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#5, Episode #50.

WUGD- KKKolumbus

“To a certain degree, the workers of the oppressor nations are partners of their own bourgeoisie in plundering the workers (and the mass of the population) of the oppressed nations. Politically, the difference is that, compared with the workers of the oppressed nations, they occupy a privileged position in many spheres of political life. Ideologically… the difference is that they are taught, at school and in life, disdain and contempt for the workers of the oppressed nations.”

– Lenin.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Preach” – Young Dolph

“My Way” – Fetty Wap

“All Power To The Positive!1st Season Theme Song”  – Bean One

“Luv Dem Gun Sounds” – Wocka Flocka Flames

“Respect” – Moke & Tone

“Cheerleader” – Omi

“Lean On” – Major Lazer & DJ Snake



“Moving Train” – Blood Moon Orchestra

“You Outta Know” – Das Racist

“A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)” – The Craig Lewis Band



Mumia Abu-Jamal: Health Update, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), Black Lives Matter – Seattle (The Movement), Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples’ Socialist Party), and MORE!

Click on the image above to watch a short video about domestic violence against Indigenous people. Click here for more information on who Christopher Columbus REALLY was.

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

WUGD - Dont Think

“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.