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

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“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.

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Geechi Liberace” – Rick Ross

“Here” – Alessia Cara

“Day By Day” – Reef Royals

 

Cuts:

“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

 

Vocals:

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.

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“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.

Beats:

“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

 

Cuts:

“Afrika Hot” – dead prez

“Never Give Up” – Jennifer Johns

“Whisper” – Ronnie Rain

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Humphrey

 

Vocals:

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.

WUGD F--K Rahm

“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.

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Obsessed” – Mariah Carey

“Dreamin” – PartyNextDoor

“Sail” – Machine Gun Kelly

 

Cuts:

“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

 

Vocals:

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.

 

Beats:

“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

 

Cuts:

“Can You Call It Love” – Rodrigo Starz

“Rotten Fruit” – Araless

“Never Loved Us” – Jasiri X

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – T-Pain

 

Vocals:

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

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#SolidarityNotCharity #ShowAndProve #WakeUpGodDammit

 

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

Dog Says Shut Up - WUGD

“The colonialists care nothing for Africa for her own sake. They are attracted by African riches and their actions are guided by the desire to preserve their interests in Africa against the wishes of the African people. For the colonialists all means are good if they help them to possess these riches.”

– Patrice Lumumba

Beats:

“Survival of The Fittest” – Mobb Deep

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Let’s Groove” – Earth, Wind, and Fire (RIP Maurice White)

“Take A Look Around” – Limp Bizkit

“Vegas Nights” – J-Diggs, ft. Mitchy Slick

 

Cuts:

“Return of The Black Man” – Talib Kweli, G. Huff, & Will Blaze

“White Privilege 3” – Gyasi Ross

“The Hardway” – English Frank

“BlackLifeMother” – DoNormaal

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – The Dream

 

Vocals:

Omali Yeshitela (African Socialist International): “Assume responsibility for [your] own liberation!” Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report) On The Black Misleadership Class, Egyptian State-Sponsored Terrorism, and MORE…!

Che Taylor: another Black man killed by Seattle Police. Go here to watch video of the protest.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #5.

Parasitic Imperialist Insect WUGD

“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 welfare benefits and superior working conditions.”

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

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Smoking Ganja” – Dub Activist

“Jump Around” – House of Pain

“Public Enemy No. 1” – Public Enemy

“Bend Don’t Break” – YRN Lingo

“Shutdown” – Skepta

“Simple Man” – Lynyrd Skynyrd

 

Cuts:

“Message To Macklemore (52 Weeks)” – Tef Poe

“Salud” – Wizdom and Epidemik

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Brotherly Love

 

Vocals:

Dr. Jared Ball on Dr. Mutulu Shakur, Compa Selena of the EZLN (en Espanol), and so much more.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #4.

White And Offended WUGD

“While the Roosevelt Administration and the two capitalist parties issued token statements of opposition to the war, the U.S. empire was close to the Italian empire. The Italian government had openly backed the election of then New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, with funds as well as words.  Pleased that President Roosevelt’s early New Deal cabinet included outspoken followers of Mussolini’s theories, Mussolini himself sent off a message praising ‘the intensive cult of dictatorship to which President Roosevelt is dedicating himself.’ “

– Sara and Tani; False Nationalism-False Internationalism.

 

Beats:

“Pac-Man” – Mike Jones

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Falling Sky” – JF Beats

“Thrift Shop” – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

“Thatz My Name” – Sly Boogy

“1000”– Duke Da Beast

“Paul Revere” – Beastie Boys

“All Time Roots Riddim” – HighGrade Riddims

 

Cuts:

“Buck, Buck, Pass” – Paris

“Policía Basura” – Obeja Negra

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Mumia Abu-Jamal (prisonradio.org): The Genius of Huey P. Newton (Part 2), Anne Hirsch (uhurusolidarity.org): Reparations – A Revolutionary Demand, Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and a lot MORE!

Click here for a BRAND NEW episode of our ‘home improvement’ series (lol), “Steal This House!”

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #3.

Trump 2-2

“[The] acceptance of capitalist accounting figures at face value, that is, without critiquing their real world significance in terms of average socially necessary labor and surplus labor (Cope, 2012), can only lead him to the absurd positions that (a) the world’s largest capitals have practically no interest in the Third World and (b) that the most exploited workers in the world (i.e. those whose higher productivity supposedly generates the biggest profits) are also the world’s richest.

Thus, in an article for the Trotskyist Fourth International, [Charles] Post writes that ‘global wage differentials are the result of the greater capital intensity (organic composition of capital) and higher productivity of labor (rate of surplus value) in the advanced capitalist social formations, not some sharing of ‘‘super profits’’ between capital and labour in the industrialized countries.

Put simply, the better paid workers of the ‘‘north’’ are more exploited than the poorly paid workers of the ‘‘south’’’.

Post shows complete disregard for the massive infusions of capital which result from global surplus value transfer and the all-too obvious facts of Northern working consumption goods being the product of super-exploited Third World labor.”

– Global Wage Scaling and Left Ideology: A Critique of Charles Post on the ‘Labour Aristocracy.

Zak Cope.

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Coup D’Etat”– G-Dragon

“Lady Picture Show” – Stone Temple Pilots

“Ain’t I” – Yung LA

“The Art Of Raw” – Rhyme Asylum

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

 

Cuts:

“Blk Girl Soldier” – Jamila Woods

“Billie Jean (Michael Jackson remake)” – Tony Succar

“White Privilege 2” – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, ft. Jamila Woods (EXPLICIT)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Billy Preston

 

Vocals:

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE…!

 

Plus, these links(!)….

Bernie Sanders speaks on reparations for Black people in amerikkka (video).

Kanahus Manuel on the worst mining disaster in Canadian history (video).

Direct Democracy Vs. A Dicktator (MP3).

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #2.

WUGD- Refugees Welcome

“Bombs and pistols do not make a revolution. The sword of revolution is sharpened on the whetting stone of ideas.”

– Bhagat Singh.

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Last One Breathin'” – Tupac

“The Zoo” – Scorpions

“Anythang” – Devin The Dude

“All I Know”– Dave East, ft. Tray Pizzy

 

Cuts:

“Shut ‘Em Up (Mash-Up)” – The Prodigy & Public Enemy

“En Cero Decibeles (Live, 2015)” – Poesia Xin Fronteras con Batallones Femeninos

“Ain’t No Way” – Rocky Riviera

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – The Dream

 

Vocals:

Mumia Abu-Jamal (Prisonradio.org), Sensei Lewis, Jacob Brown, and MORE…!

Click on the image above to view episode #1 of our brand new ‘home improvement’ (lol) series “Steal This House!”.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #1.

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“Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle.”

– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“The leadership has failed. Even so, the leadership can and must be recreated from the masses and out of the masses. The masses are the decisive element, they are the rock on which the final victory of the revolution will be built…”

– Rosa Luxemburg

 

Beats:

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Water” – French Montana

“Fame Is For A–holes” – Hoodie Allen

 

Cuts:

“In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins cover)” – Fly Moon Royalty

“Lastchild Speaks” – Denizen Kane

“Live At Seattle Climate Change March (11-7-2015)” – Bayan

“Disposable War Pigs (Metallica/BlackSabbath Dubstep Mashup)” – Celldweller

“La Pollera Colora” – Sonora Ponceña

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke

 

Vocals:

Mumia Abu-Jamal (PrisonRadio.Org), Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), Mexico: Casa Naranja Under Attack (en Espanol), and MORE…!

Click on the image (above) to watch the 1999 Martin Luther King Jr. Conspiracy Trial (CORETTA SCOTT KING, et al, Plaintiffs, Vs. Case No. 97242 LOYD JOWERS, et al, Defendants). Was the U.S. government was involved in his assassination? Find out.

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