All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #16.

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“If a revolution succeeds in [Europe, the United States, or any other ‘developed’, ‘industrialized’ nation], the proletariat will continue oppressing the colonies and pursuing the policy of the existing bourgeois government; for it is interested in the exploitation of these colonies. In order to prevent the oppression of the toiler of the East we must unite the Muslim masses in a communist movement that will be our own and autonomous.”

– Mirsaid Sultan-Galiev


“If Heaven Is A Ghetto” – Hodgy Beats

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Raw Deal” – Bodega Bams

“Hiccups” – Drebo

“Skrilla” – Kodak Black

“So What” – P!nk

“Easy” – Commodores



“We A Winner” – The Impressions

“Maangamizi” – Akala

“H.N.I.C.” – Quadir Lateef

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Bri Luv



#SayHerName: Sandra Bland, Sensei Lewis: #BlockTheBunker, #SayHisName: Jordan Davis, and a lot MORE…!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #15.

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“You don’t get a revolution if people are comfortable…We keep saying the system is broken, and it’s not. The system works exactly the way it’s supposed to. So instead of saying ‘the system is broken, let’s fix it,’ we should be saying ‘the system is working, let’s break it.’”

– Marc Lamont Hill.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“187” – Lud Foe

“Can I Get A Witness” – Marvin Gaye

“Peaches And Cream” – 112



“We Call It Murder” – Yirim Seck

“Weed Murder” – Mash Hall, ft. El Mizell and Bar Fly

“So Much To Say (Live)” – Rockwell Knuckles

“Knocking On Heaven’s Door” – Judy Mowatt

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Joshua Ledet



#StealThisHouse [#GameOfHomes] Supplemental: Free Electrical, Throwback/”Lost” Interview: Sensei Lewis with Real Change newspaper (2012), and a lot MORE…!

Warning: this whole episode is EXPLICIT. Parental discretion is advised.

3,000 people killed by ameriKKKan law enforcement since 2013? Raw and uncensored at all times is how we roll from now on. Why? Because treason to ameriKKKa is loyalty to humanity!

Go here to read about harassment of prison-based activists. Go here to read about the national strike they are organizing.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #14.

WUGD-KKKali Nazi“We cannot afford any illusions regarding the nature of the state, the role of its police forces and the impossibility of a racist, capitalist state to render justice to a captive, colonized population….We know that Obama, the Black Misleadership Class, the majority of the U.S. public really does not believe in the equal value of all life, and certainly not in the value of poor, working class black life.”

Ajamu Baraka.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Count Dem Rolls” – Lil Uzi Vert

“Had 2” – Gino Marley

“Vertigo” – Roach Gigz

“Calm Down” – Busta Rhymes and Eminem

“2 Dope Boyz” – Outkast



“Olor A Muerte” – Do25inco

“Wanna Get Up And Start Being A Sex Machine” – Michael Jackson & James Brown (Mashup)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Biff Gore



U.$. Political prisoner Rev. Edward Pinkney, Sensei Lewis & Jacob Brown, and whole lot more!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #13.

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“For us there is always armed struggle. There are two kinds of armed struggle; the armed struggle in which the people fight empty handed, unarmed, while the imperialists or colonialists are armed and kill our people; and the armed struggle in which we prove we are not crazy by taking up arms to fight back against the criminal arms of the imperialists.”

– Amilcar Cabral.


“Dodging Bullets” – Kosher Dillz

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Work From Home” – Fifth Harmony

“Law” – Yo Gotti, ft. E40

“Lonely Is The Night” – Billy Squire



“Get Ready” – Young Paris, ft. M1 of dead prez (EXPLICIT)

“Assata” – Glenn Waco, ft. Neka (EXPLICIT)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – HER



Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples Socialist Party) on why theory matters, Bernadette Devlin McAliskey (Irish Republican Socialist Party) reads Mumia Abu-Jamal, Anti-Police Terrorism Rally in San Francisco (Remix), and MORE…!

Before you get into a debate with anyone, you may wanna STUDY before you speak. Go here.

Then go here to GET INVOLVED.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #12.

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“There cannot be peaceful coexistence in the ideological realm. Peaceful coexistence corrupts.”  

– Jiang Qing


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“What U Mean?” – Dae Dae

“Heathens” – Twenty-One Pilots

“Prove Me Wrong” – Apollo Brown and O.C.

“Bad Guy” – Blue Sky , Black Death



“Jamaica Funk” – Tom Brown

“Uncle Ike’s” – Spekulation (EXPLICIT)

“Donald Trump” – Mac Miller, ft. Donald Trump (EXPLICIT)

“Trouble Waters” – Da Cotton Pickers, ft. Fleetwood (EXPLICIT)

“A Change Gonna Come” – Shaylah Fearing



Mumia Abu-Jamal, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot more!

Click HERE to learn how to end hate crimes in your area.


All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #11.

“First and foremost, you do not have to live up to or emulate the lives of any of your predecessors. But at the very least, you should know about them. You will have your own life, interests, and ideas of what you want or do not want in life. Do what you enjoy doing. Be honest with yourself and others. Don’t think of satisfying anyone: your elders, peers, government, religion, or children who will come after you. Develop meaningful ideals, and become conscious of others, their existence, and their lives.”

– Yuri Kochiyama


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Dead Or In Prison” – Lil Bibby

“Luv Dem Gun Sounds” – Wocka Flocka Flames

“Curve Ball” – Honey Cocaine

“Hip To Da Game” – Lord Finesse

“Right Now” – Celph Titled



“I Wanna Be Your Lover” – Prince (RIP)

“This Is America” – Spekulation, ft. Michele Khazak (EXPLICIT)

“Do The Digs Dug” – The Goats (EXPLICIT)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal (, Throwback remix: “F–K You Judge” (EXPLICIT), Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot more. 

Click here for a “Steal This House!” supplemental.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #10.


“It’s unacceptable and ultimate failed reporting when local media helps to perpetuate fossil fuel propaganda. it’s a sign of desperation to scoop so low.

It would be reporting if you showed up and documented a sleeping activist being woken up at 5am with gun pointed to their face. you would have witnessed the police’s blockade, and [police] not allowing organizers to grab their belongings.

It’s easy for media and locals to complain about our ‘trash’ when we should be worry about the refineries’ waste and pollution. the fact that this bullshit propaganda is getting more attention than the reality that all of us left the refineries with headaches and sore throats is evident that it’s all a distraction. a distraction from the fact the refineries are on unceded Coast Salish territories, distraction from the cancer rates, distraction that we need a just transition from fossil fuels infrastructure.”

– Yin Yu.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Geechi Liberace” – Rick Ross

“Here” – Alessia Cara

“Day By Day” – Reef Royals



“God Vs. Religion” – I.Sheik, Awdbawl, Mikail, & DJ Packo

“Dont Let Them Get Away With Murder” – Jasiri X.

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Wayne Brady



Sarra Tekola (Women of Color Speak Out; Seattle Black Book Club) live at #‎BreakFreePNW, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot MORE!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #9.


“Our mission is to do the work…Build power by building institutions, serve people, (re)educate the mind to cultivate a revolutionary consciousness, establish hope & peace by meeting people where they are at, develop allies who support Black liberation, transform predators into protectors, be collectively self-sufficient, develop a cadre of leaders/neighbor organizers that can work closely together or independent if need be, promote self-images of ourselves and establish concrete programs that is not only meeting the immediate needs of the people but is ultimately building a mass movement of people that is becoming organized to seize power!”

– Yusef Bunchy Shakur.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“I Took A Pill At Ibiza” – Mike Posner

“American Greed” –  AraabMUZIK

“My House” – Flo Rida

“I Mean It” – G Eazy

“Middle” – DJ Snake

“Groove Grease” – Jimmy McGriff

“Takeover” – Lion Riddims

“A Milli” – Lil Wayne



“Afrika Hot” – dead prez

“Never Give Up” – Jennifer Johns

“Whisper” – Ronnie Rain

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Humphrey



Jay-Z (freestyle), 6 Facts About The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), Dr. Jared Ball on Colonialism in The U.$., and MORE…!

Click on the image (above) to learn about the Non-Profit Industrial Complex.

Click here to learn why the U.$. is NOT ‘your’ land.  Click here to watch the history of May Day.
Click here and here to learn how to help yourself to housing in [gentrified] Seattle.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #8.

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“The majority of people who live in the United States (Amerikkka) are fools, frauds, and fascists to some degree. Sad, but true. It is one of the reasons why I teach what I teach.”

– Sensei Gregory C. Lewis.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Obsessed” – Mariah Carey

“Dreamin” – PartyNextDoor

“Sail” – Machine Gun Kelly



“DisAbility” – Khazm

“Sin Fronteras” – Poesia

“Destiny” – Moke & Tone

“Go Cut Creator Go” – LLCool J

“Someone Like You (Reggae Remix)” – Adele

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Bri Luv



The Bombing of the MOVE Organization, Israeli apartheid, God Damn Amerikkka, and a lot more. 

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #7.

Ali vs Founding Fathers WUGD

“Nonviolence has failed on a global level. It has proven to be a great friend to governments, political parties, police departments, and NGOs; and a traitor to our struggles for freedom, dignity, and well-being. The vast majority of its proponents have jumped ship to cozy up to the media, the state, or wealthy benefactors, using any cheap trick, manipulation, or form of violence (like attacking fellow protesters or helping the cops carry out arrests) that comes in handy to win the contest, even if it means the division or death of a movement. Many have proven themselves to be opportunists, politicians, or careerists. And a principled minority who actually have remained true to their historical movements still have not answered for past failings or current weaknesses.”

-Peter Gelderloos.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It” – Ice Cube

“Achievement” – G Eazy

“Thirsty” – E-40

“Voodoo Child (Jimi Hendrix cover)” – Luna

“Taxi Riddim” – Sly & Robbie



“Can You Call It Love” – Rodrigo Starz

“Rotten Fruit” – Araless

“Never Loved Us” – Jasiri X

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – T-Pain



Mumia Abu-Jamal ( on Solidarity, Lizzie Phelan on the REAL Syria, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and more, More, MORE…!

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