Saturday, January 3, 2015

U.K. Cancels "Islam: The Untold Story" Over Fear of Violence, So Here It Is...


Too dangerous to show in the UK: Watch “Islam: The Untold Story” at 10News

There is no proof that Islam’s prophet, Muhammad, ever lived. Actually, all evidence points in the direction that Muhammad in fact never existed. This is a death-blow to Islam. More here – a must-read for Islam-critics: Did Muhammad Exist?
Islam: The Untold Story is a documentary film challenging the existence of Muhammad and the traditional account of Islam’s birth. A public screening on 11 September 2012 in UKwas cancelled out of safety reasons. Watch it here:


Results of Democrat and Mainstream Media Propaganda and the Damaging Influence to Black/White Relations in America


10 Rational Fears Many Black People Have Living Under White Supremacy

For Black people in the U.S. and around the world, there are devastating wages to be paid for living in a world dominated by white supremacy. There are also many painful realizations that you must face, rational fears that you will likely possess at some point in your life. Here are some of them:
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That You Will Be Unjustly Charged by the Police
There are more than 2.3 million people currently in prison in the United States — and more than 840,000 of them are African-American men. The life blood of the criminal industrial complex is the plea bargain, which steamrolls many Black defendants into pleading guilty to minor offenses they may not have committed in order to avoid going to trial for more serious charges that prosecutors have admitted they often don’t have evidence to back up.
That You Will Be Subject to Police Violence
In a report by an organization called the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, it was estimated that a Black person in the U.S. is killed once every 28 hours by a member of law enforcement or private security. Black teens are 21 times more likely to be killed by police than their white counterparts.
 Past analyses have found disproportionate violence against Blacks, including a 2007 investigation by Colorlines and the Chicago Reporter in 10 major cities. An NAACP report on Oakland, California, found that 37 of 45 police-involved shootings were of Blacks, while zero were of whites.
 “Although weapons were not found in 40 percent of cases, the NAACP found, no officers were charged,” Mother Jones reported.
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That You Will Spend Your Life in Poverty
Nearly half of the world’s population — more than 3 billion people — live on less than $2.50 a day.
 More than 1.3 billion live in extreme poverty; that’s less than $1.25 a day. More than 2 billion children worldwide are living in poverty. According to UNICEF, 22,000 children die each day due to poverty. Nearly all of these are people of color and a big chunk are Black. More than half of the impoverished population in developing countries lives in South Asia, and another 29 percent in sub-Saharan Africa. In the U.S., about 27.2 percent of the 44 million Black people live in poverty. So it is clear that for a huge number of Black people around the globe, white supremacy has ensured that they will live their lives in a state of dire poverty.

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That the World Will Only See You as Poor, Hungry and Corrupt

For Africans, the negative narrative of the continent coming from outsiders, what novelist Chimamanda Adichie calls “the single story,” has created a distorted, one-dimensional view — eagerly embraced by the West, but also by many Africans themselves — that sees the continent only through a prism of war, disease, poverty, starvation and corruption. The single story has helped to generate millions of dollars in “aid” and an industry dedicated to spending it. It has enriched corrupt African dignitaries and raised the profile of Western celebrities like Bono and Sir Bob Geldof. It has fueled conflict and ultimately undermined African leadership. It has not helped Africa move forward. It has not protected the vulnerable, cured the sick, educated the illiterate or ended conflict.


That You Won’t Be Hired Even When You’re Qualified
The 2013 unemployment rate for recent college grads who are Black was almost twice that of recent college grads overall, according to a report by the Center for Economic and Policy Research. In fact, the Black jobless rate has been consistently almost double the white jobless rate for the past 60 years. A large part of the problem is job market discrimination. One study found that job applicants with “Black-sounding” names (researchers gave Lakisha Washington and Jamal Jones as examples) were less likely to get called back for an interview than their counterparts with the same qualifications who had “white-sounding” names (like Emily Walsh or Greg Baker). Some researchers have even suggested that drug testing would improve the prospects of Black job-seekers because hiring managers are more likely to assume they’ve used drugs and are less likely to discriminate when presented with actual evidence to the contrary.
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That You Won’t Be Able to Move Into the Best Neighborhood You Can Afford
One of the most heinous examples of racist housing policies was introduced by the creation of the Federal Housing Administration in 1934, and lasted until 1968. The FHA explicitly refused to back loans to Black people or even other people who lived near Black people. As writer Ta-Nehisi Coates puts it, “Redlining destroyed the possibility of investment wherever Black people lived.” As Coates writes, Black people with upper-middle-class incomes do not generally live in upper-middle-class neighborhoods. Research shows that Black families making $100,000 typically live in the kinds of neighborhoods inhabited by white families making $30,000.
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That Your Child Won’t Get an Education as Good as He Deserves
The statistics are staggering, proving how much the U.S. education system is designed to ensure that Black students won’t receive an adequate education. Public school students of color get more punishment and less access to veteran teachers than their white peers, according to the U.S. Education Department. Black students are suspended or expelled at triple the rate of their white peers, according to the U.S. Education Department’s 2011-2012 Civil Rights Data Collection. Five percent of white students were suspended annually, compared with 16 percent of Black students.
 Black girls were suspended at a rate of 12 percent — far greater than girls of other ethnicities and most categories of boys. At the same time, minority students have less access to experienced teachers. Seven percent of Black students attend schools where as many as 20 percent of teachers fail to meet license and certification requirements. And one in four school districts pay teachers in less-diverse high schools $5,000 more than teachers in schools with higher Black and Latino student enrollment.
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That Your Salary Will Be Lower Than Your White Colleague Who Has Less Experience
Everywhere you turn, in every industry in the U.S., Black workers are paid less than whites. In 1970, Black men earned 69 percent of what white men earned in the U.S. while Black women earned just 48 percent — less than half. Over the next 40 years, the closest Black men ever got to white men was in 1999, at 80.6 percent of what white men earned. After 1999, Black men fell back, eventually to 74.5 percent in 2010. For Black women, the closest they ever got to white men was the latest figure, 69.6 percent in 2010. The statistics show that even in this new millennium, white supremacy still reigns supreme. Incidentally, since 2004, white women have been earning more than Black men. In 2010, white women earned 80.5 percent of what white men earned. 
Researchers have found that despite the claims that corporations will pay a premium for Black women, believing that they will get two minorities for the price of one, this has never been the case. In fact, Black and Hispanic women vie for last place on the earnings pyramid at every level of education, and the gender pay gap actually increases with higher education for Black, white and Hispanic women.
That You Won’t Get Top-Notch Care From Doctors Because of Your Skin Color
A 2012 study found that about two-thirds of primary care doctors harbor biases toward their African-American patients, leading those doctors to spend less time with their Black patients and involve them less in medical decisions. Although doctors typically aren’t aware that they’re treating African-American patients any differently, this ultimately creates an environment in which Black people often don’t feel welcome in the medical system — and may start avoiding it. On top of that, Black Americans are more likely to lack access to health insurance and less likely to have a regular doctor. This creates a situation in which African-Americans are dying from diseases at higher rates than other racial groups because they don’t get treatment in time.
That You Won’t Get a Fair Mortgage Because of Your Skin Color
Some of America’s biggest banks have been charging Blacks more than 3.3 times more than other borrowers, according to a 2012 survey of U.S. loan data. Matthew Lee, head of Fair Finance Watch and Inner City Press, collected data on the average interest rates on loans granted to African-Americans by major banks. He found that Citigroup Inc. issued loans to African-Americans with rates 3.38 times more than other borrowers in 2011. Wells Fargo & Co. charged 2.28 times more, while J.P.Morgan Chase & Co. loaned out at rates 2.21 times higher. As Ta-Nehisi Coates points out, predatory lenders still target Black communities, deliberately concentrated in neighborhoods by decades of government-sanctioned segregation, and steer them toward subprime loans. “Plunder in the past made plunder in the present efficient,” Coates writes.


Obama's grassroots group Organizing for Action won't shut down even after he leaves office


  • 'We're a built-to-last movement that's not going anywhere,' OFA executive and former Obama adviser Jim Messina said in an email to supporters

  • OFA is offspring of Obama's presidential campaign apparatus, Organizing for Action, reconfigured in January of 2013 as he began his second term

  • They staying power of OFA is unusual as no other president has maintained a campaign or grassroots operation during his time in office or afterward that is separate from the national party

Organizing for Action wants its supporters to know its around for the long haul and will continue on past the next set of election, even though its founder, Barack Obama, will be leaving the presidency.

'OFA is not a political campaign,' OFA executive and former Obama adviser Jim Messina said in an email to supporters, according to the Washington Examiner.

'We're a built-to-last movement that's not going anywhere. When the polls close and elections end, we're the ones still here, fighting for the principles we believe in.' 

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on Obamacare at an Organizing for Action grassroots supporter event in Washington, D.C. in November 2013. OFA's website continues to reside at, and it manages the president's twitter account, despite describing itself as 'bigger than just one person or one cause. Likewise, the president often sends out messages on its behalf
President Barack Obama delivers remarks on Obamacare at an Organizing for Action grassroots supporter event in Washington, D.C. in November 2013. OFA's website continues to reside at, and it manages the president's twitter account, despite describing itself as 'bigger than just one person or one cause. Likewise, the president often sends out messages on its behalf

OFA is offspring of Obama's presidential campaign apparatus, reconfigured in January of 2013 as he began his second and final term in the Oval Office. 

Previously it went by the nation Organizing for America and its sole goal was to get Obama elected to higher office. After Obama's time as a candidate came to an end it took on the unofficial role as the grassroots arm of his administration. It now has more than 250 chapters around the country.

Billed as a non-partisan organization that doesn't directly support any candidates or political party, it's allegiance to the Democratic Party is evident and it openly advocates for the 'advancement of goals for progressive change at the federal, state, and local level.'

Comprehensive immigration reform, equal pay for equal work, climate change prevention, state and federal minimum wage increases, healthcare reform, gun violence prevention and paid family leave are mainstay issues for the grassroots organizing group just as they are for the Obama-led White House.

Its website continues to reside at, and it manages the president's twitter account, despite describing itself as 'bigger than just one person or one cause. Likewise, the president often sends out messages on its behalf.

In the last six days Obama sent out at least four emails to the group's listserv asking supporters to recommit their fidelity to both him and the group and the principles they espouse.

'It's because of folks like you that I'm able to give this everything I've got in the next two years,' Obama said in an email with the subject line 'I need to know you'll be there, too.'

'The work you do with groups like OFA is how we win real progress. There's a lot left to do, and it's no secret that we'll have our work cut out for us in Congress,' he told them.

Organizing for Action head Jim Messina, pictured with the president here at a March 2013 OFA event, told supporters in an email recently that 'OFA is not a political campaign' and it will continue to live on past the next election
Organizing for Action head Jim Messina, pictured with the president here at a March 2013 OFA event, told supporters in an email recently that 'OFA is not a political campaign' and it will continue to live on past the next election

In an even less subtle reference to Republicans gaining the gavel in both chambers of Congress, Obama made not of the soon-to-begin session of Congress in a message on Monday and said, 'I'm committed to working with anyone from either party to put the American people first. Still, I know there will be plenty of obstacles in our way.

'We've never let it stop us before -- on so many of the big issues we've taken on, from health care to immigration to climate change, we've made real, undeniable progress,' he said. 'And we're not done, as long as we keep fighting together.'

In a separate email Messina, Obama's 2012 campaign manager told the group, 'We are — and will continue to be — the sum of millions of grassroots voices calling for change.'

They staying power of OFA is unusual as no other president has maintained a campaign or grassroots operation during his time in office or afterward that is separate from the national party.

Progressive non-profit Center for American Progress, founded by former Bill Clinton Chief of Staff John Podesta, did not launch until 2003 - a full two years after the Clintons moved out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. And while supportive of the advocacy group's work, the former president and his wife are not directly affiliated with CAP.


Jesse Jackson, Sr. marches with demonstrators in Milwaukee


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MILWAUKEE -- Civil rights activist and reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr. spoke to demonstrators Friday afternoon before walking with them through the streets of Milwaukee.
Jackson is in town to meet with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and also show support for the family of Dontre Hamilton. He said he believes the federal government should not only review the Hamilton case, but also the practices and patterns within the Milwaukee Police Department.
Hamilton was shot and killed in Red Arrow Park by former Milwaukee police officer Christopher Manney in April 2014 after a struggle with his baton. In December 2014, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm made the decision not to charge Manney in Hamilton's death.
Before the rally Friday afternoon, TODAY'S TMJ4 sat down with Jackson to get his thoughts on the case.
TODAY'S TMJ4: What do you expect to get from these meetings with Mayor Barrett and US Attorney Jim Santelle?
Jackson: To understand the legitimacy of this pattern of blacks killed in Milwaukee, about the pattern of blacks killed around the country. 
TODAY'S TMJ4: A national civil rights activist like yourself and Rev. Al Sharpton coming to town -- you make it about race, is it about race?
Jackson: It is certainly not about reason when somebody is shot and these patterns exist, but it is easy to accuse those who fight for justice as being the cause.
Jackson said he wants to shed the national spotlight on the case and he believes people are just waiting to see how the wheels of justice are going to play out.


Louis Farrakhan Urged ‘Retaliation’ For Michael Brown A Month Before Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley Executed NYPD Cops


In late November, the student government at taxpayer-funded Morgan State University sponsored a conference on slavery reparations for black Americans.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was the keynote speaker.
The Nov. 22 conference, called the 2nd Annual Black United Summit International, occurred on Morgan State’s historically black campus in Baltimore, Md. The conference theme was “Re-Claim, Re-Pair, Re-Form, Re-Produce — REPARATIONS Now!”
Total attendance was over 2,000, according to
Final Call, a Nation of Islam publication, provided a detailed report about convention activities.
Farrakhan’s keynote rant lasted over two hours. At one point, he held up what resembled a Quran at the public school, saying that both the central religious text of Islam and the Bible contain a “law of retaliation” and “a life for a life.”
“As long as they kill us and go to Wendy’s and have a burger and go to sleep, they’ll keep killing us,” the Nation of Islam leader fumed. “But when we die and they die, then soon we’re going to sit at a table and talk about it! We’re tired! We want some of this earth or we’ll tear this goddamn country up!”
Farrakhan’s Nov. 22 remarks occurred 28 days before Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley brutally murdered two New York City police officers.
Brinsley’s abandoned YouTube channel contains video showing him heading to pray at Brooklyn’s Masjid At Taqwa, a mosque that has been linked to terrorist and anti-police activity. Before killing himself after he murdered the two officers, Brinsley — or Muhammad-Abdullah — also claimed that he worked at the Islamic Society of North America, a Muslim civil rights group that has also been named an unindicted co-conspirator of the Holy Land Foundation.

Concerning the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. this summer, Farrakhan declared in November that “white folks ain’t never been on edge after they’ve killed a black man.”
He also referred to white people as “crackers.”
In the run-up to Farrakhan’s speech, Morgan State professor Raymond Winbush declared that black slaves contributed “roughly 10 trillion dollars” in “free labor” to various Western countries.
A member of Hip Hop Detoxx instructed reparations convention attendees about “how sound, imagery and language impacts their thinking and guides their actions.”
The audience included Pam Africa, one-time “defense minister” of the Baltimore Black Panther Party and founder of the International Friends and Family of convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Administrators at Booker T. Washington Middle School, a public school in Baltimore, Md. decided it would be a good idea to take 40 students ranging in age from 11 to 15 to hear Farrakhan speak.
Farrakhan, born Louis Eugene Wolcott and the son of two Caribbean immigrants, did not graduate from college but spent three years at Winston-Salem State University on a track scholarship.
Before he began his career as a religious leader, Farrakhan was a calypso singer who used the name “The Charmer“ among others). He had also been a child violin prodigy.
Though Farrakhan wasn’t a very successful musician, he has found a very lucrative career in radical, repugnant anti-Semitic politics.
“Some of you think that I’m just somebody who’s got something out for the Jewish people,” he said in a 2011 gem, according to the Anti-Defamation League. “You’re stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again.”
Back in 1984, Farrakhan described Adolf Hitler as “a very great man,”recalls The New York Times.
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