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

May Day 2017-1

“Trump, like every US president since Eisenhower, proclaimed May 1st as Loyalty Day. It’s been an official holiday since 1958, and it’s a relic of the Red Scare eras and the era of McCarthyism. It sounds worse coming from Trump, with his crude political strongman stylings, but it reflects the reactionary nationalism inherent in the American political system regardless of party.”

– Danielle Ni Dhighe


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Good For You” – Selena Gomez

“Kill Shit” – G. Herbo, ft. Lil Bibby

“Humble” – Kendrick Lamar

“Raise Up” – Petey Pablo



“Serve & Protect (O.G. version)” – Tay Sean

“Black Heroes” – Alia Sharrief, ft. Aminah Bell 

“Work” – The Roots, ft. Leela James

“A Change Is Gonna Come (Live)” – T-Pain



Polluted Water in Chicago, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on Russian History, Trump, CNN, and alot more.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#7, Episode #5.

APTTP v7 e5“Tell them, this is the face of gentrification. This is what they did to the Duwamish. This is Trumpism.” – Omari Tahir-Garrett, speaking to supporters about his lawsuits, recent arrest, eviction, and emergency hospitalization.



“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Red Star” – Young Thug

“Nymph” -Zwirek

“F–k Yo Feelings” – Honey Cocaine



“Perfect Peace (Club Mix)” – Siren’s Echo

“Uptight” – Stevie Wonder/The Clash (Rock The Casbah Remix)

“El Hormiguero”– Stilo Caro

“Muhammed Walks” – Lupe Fiasco

“Battle Cry” – Angel Haze, ft. Sia

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal interviews attorney Lynn Stewart (RIP), Lisa Davis (Black Is Back Coalition) on Africans in Medicine, F–k You Judge: The #NoNewYouthJail Remix, and a lot MORE…! EXPLICIT!

Read more about the struggle to save the Central Area (Seattle, WA) from developers, and to defend elder Omari Tahir-Garrett from the effects of capitalism-imperialism, here.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#7, Episode #4.

APTTP v7 e4“In its offensive against the state, the urban guerilla cannot resort to terrorism as a weapon.”

― Red Army Faction


“Water On My Face” – Lil Yachty

“Half Tank” – Lite Fortunato

“Houston Latin Mic Pass” – Lucky Luciano, Chingo Bling, Low G, Flatline, Stunta, Coast, Big Cease, Lilyoung, Sen, Grade A, Villain, Filero. GT Garza, Dat Boi T, Trails & Bunz

“Neat” – Stein

“Cant Hold Us” – Macklemore



“The Devil Man” – Sixfingerz

“Livin’ In The USA” – Steve Miller Band

“I Get It” – C Ham & DJ Bitznpieces

“Don’t Want That” – Dirty Scientifix

“Rise And Decolonize” -Julie C and Sista Hailstorm

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on police terrorism and U.S. history, The CIA and Nazism, and More. EXPLICIT.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#7, Episode #3.

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“There is a reason why Third Worldists refer to First Worldists in the imperialist countries as social fascists. We are living in a day and age where imperialism has advanced capitalist centralization of wealth on a global level. The rich countries rape, plunder, pillage, impoverish and enslave the poor countries, coercing and bombing them into submission. If the “leaders” of the third world will not sell out their people and submit their resources and labor to the imperialists, their countries are subject to invasion, slaughter, and ultimately destruction.

This is not some kind of secret that only a chosen few know; there are no conspiracy theories or men in suits lobbying in smoke filled rooms. This is common knowledge. Unfortunately, it is common knowledge which, today, few in the First World choose to think about or even acknowledge. Today, the First World’s primary source of wealth and labor is the Third World.

When First World peoples, especially First World workers, want more, when they want an increase in their living standards, they are taking that new barbecue or 3D flat-screen right out of the mouths of Third World peoples. They are using luxury and commodity fetishism to rob the Third World of simple austerity measures.  They are taking more and more from those who are already barely surviving: those who produce but cannot eat from the fruit of their labor.”

– Modern Marxist (LLCO.Org)


“Allahu Trapbar #2” – ZwiReK 

“Breathe” – Fabolous 

“Shanty Town (Redux)” – Desmond Dekker

“King Tut” – Busta Rhymes 

“Hiii Power” – Kendrick Lamar

“Last Dayz” – Onyx 



“Somewhere” – Supaman 

“Ghetto Story”– Baby Cham, ft. Alicia Keys

“Lean On” – Major Lazer, ft. Jind Mahi  and Ricky J (Vidya Mashup Remix) 

“Who Ready” – Alia Sharrief 



George Carlin (RIP) on ameriKKKan Bulls–t, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on Emperor Trump (etc), and a lot MORE. EXPLICIT.  Click on the image above for yet another #PunchANazi Remix.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#7, Episode #2.


“Quitting is not giving up, it’s choosing to focus your attention on something more important. Quitting is not losing confidence, it’s realizing that there are more valuable ways you can spend your time. Quitting is not making excuses, it’s learning to be more productive, efficient and effective instead. Quitting is letting go of things (or people) that are sucking the life out of you so you can do more things that will bring you strength.”

― Osayi Emokpae Lasisi.


“Bustin’ At ‘Em” – Wocka Flocka

“What You Need” – Young Chop

“Chiraq”– Nicki Minaj

“Back On Wax” – Wax Tailor



“Warpath” – Drezus

“Brain” – Jungle Brothers

“Robocop Went Pop” – Kxng Crooked

“My People” – Raz Simone

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal on Walter Scott, Zarna Joshi on Toxic Masculinity (short version), Rev. Jeremiah Wright on Dr. King’s Anti-Capitalism, and MORE. EXPLICIT.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#7, Episode #1.


“You show me a capitalist, and I’ll show you a bloodsucker.” – Malcolm X



“Hell Yeah” – dead prez

“Soah” – Ganja

“Perfect Imperfection” – Kevin Gates

“It Won’t Stop” – Sevyn Streeter, ft. Chris Brown

“Some How Some Way” – Lil Bibby, ft. Meek Mill

“Garvey’s Ghost” – Burning Spear



“The Sermon” – Fly Moon Royalty

“Viva Fidel” – Rebel Diaz

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Aretha Franklin



Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown: Turkey, Russia, and Syria, Confronting Prison Censorship (and What YOU Can Do), George Carlin: Amerikkka is Bulls—t, and More. Explicit. Very EXPLICIT. 

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #26.


“Where today are the Pequot? Where are the Narragansett, the Mohican, the Pokanoket, and many other once powerful tribes of our people? They have vanished before the avarice and the oppression of the White Man, as snow before a summer sun. Will we let ourselves be destroyed in our turn without a struggle, give up our homes, our country bequeathed to us by the Great Spirit, the graves of our dead and everything that is dear and sacred to us? I know you will cry with me, ‘Never! Never!’”

– Tecumseh 


“Mo City Don Freestyle” – ZRo 

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Drive Slow” – Kanye West

“Fe Fe On The Block” – Stunt Taylor

“A Game Of Thrones (Theme Song)” – Ramin Djawadi



“Violencia” – Raices

“One” – Akir, ft. Immortal Technique

“Gambling Song” – Almas Fronterizas 

“Give Me Life” – Denisia, ft. Big Choo ft. Big Choo

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Baby Huey



Lies My Teacher Taught Me, More From #StandingRock, Cecilia Carey On The Game Of Homes (Part 3), and MORE! 2016 Season Finale. EXPLICIT.  #FreeRedFawn

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #25.


“For us, warriors are not what you think of as warriors. The warrior is not someone who fights, because no one has the right to take another life. The warrior, for us, is one who sacrifices himself for the good of others. His task is to take care of the elderly, the defenseless, those who can not provide for themselves, and above all, the children, the future of humanity.”

 – Sitting Bull


“Sideshow” – Traxamillion feat. Too $hort and Mistah FAB

“I Had A Woman”– Wax Tailor

“Rebel Without A Pause” – Public Enemy

“Cant Keep Silent” – Black Smurf

“This Is Drum & Bass” – John Browns Body



“Freestyle” – Ant Loc (of Savage Family)

“We The People” – A Tribe Called Quest

“Don’t Touch My Hair” – Solange

“Walking With The Dead” – Savage Fam & Alas

“My Blood Is Red” – Aztlan Underground

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



A History Of Policing In The U.S., Barack Obama (Death To AmeriKKKa Remix),  Sensei Lewis, and a lot more (EXPLICIT).

Click here to read a statement from Standing Rock Sioux Nation Chairman Dave Archambault II on the Army Corps Of Engineers 10-days-to-vacate notice. Click here to see a solar-power home built by warriors in one of the camps near the front lines. Take note of the mural painted on the side.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #24.


“Mi pueblo fue destruido por falta de conocimiento, porque tú has rechazado el conocimiento, yo también te rechazo, que tú del sacerdocio: y pues que has olvidado la ley de tu Dios, también yo me olvidaré de tus hijos.” – Hosea 4:6

Watch as an Anti-Trump protester confronts pro-Amerikkkan liberals with the truth of the colonization of Puerto Rico by the United States. This fight was instigated by a libturd Hillary KKKlinton supporter in Washington D.C. Over 25 U.S. cities had similar rallies and confrontations.

Also, watch this allegorical interpretation of the struggle between genuine anti-imperialists and the typical Amerikkkan (libturd or Trumpanzee; fools, fraud, and fascists) and the level of skill we need to have to do the deed(s) correctly upon the decidedly parasitic and destructive.

Btw, the mass shooting in Seattle, was NOT related to pro-Trump or anti-Trump protesters. 

One last thing: be sure and go over to the right side bar and click on the”$upport!” link!

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“Imported Goods” – Action Bronson

“Full Time” – Nipsey Hustle

“Rebel Without A Pause” – Public Enemy

“A Game of Thrones” – Ramin Djawadi

“Trouble On My Mind” – Pusha T

“Loyalty” – Blue Scholars

“Block” – Flip C

“Microphone Friend” – Rage Against The Machine

“Wake Up Show” – D. Black



“Set Fire To The Rain (DJ Kayenne New Orleans Bounce Remix)” – Adele

“Points” – Notorious B.I.G, Coolio, Redman, Busta Rhymes, and  Bone Thugs N Harmony 

“Los Luchadores” – Hugo Reyes

“Bully” – Fierce Villain and Bean One

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Omali Yeshitela (African Peoples Socialist Party/Uhuru Movement), Resisting Martial Arts Cults, Cecilia Carey: A Game Of Homes (Part 2), Sensei Lewis & Jacob Brown on Trump, The Continuing Appeal Of Amerikkkan-Style Fascism (Part 1), and a lot more!

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #23.


“It was the intention of the officers of the government to humiliate me by imprisoning me, but my spirit rose above that. I was a martyr to the cause of my people, and was proud of it.”

Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii.


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Stupid” – Chief Keef

“Wrong Side Of The Tracks” – Artifacts

“Like Glue” – Sean Paul

“A Game of Thrones” – Ramin Djawadi

“Sounds Like Drama” – Oktober



“Nobody Speak” – Run The Jewels

“Tomboy” – Princess Nokia

“Supernatural” – King

“Lethal Warning Shot” – Paris

“Firearms” – Nikkita K.O. Oliver

“#PRCampaign” – Araless

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Assata Shakur: In Her Own Words, Remembering Maurice Bishop, Cecilia Carey: A Game Of Homes (Part 1), Omali Yeshitela, and MORE…! EXPLICIT.

Click here to read how and WHY a majority of so-called “housing advocates” are in fact [largely ineffective] fools, frauds, and FASCISTS. Then, click here to read a review of Marx and Engels “Colonies, Industrial Monopoly, and The Working Class Movement” to understand the historical roots of this phenomenon.

Click here to learn the difference between Wahhabism and Islam.