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.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #22.


“There really can be no peace without justice. There can be no justice without truth. And there can be no truth, unless someone rises up to tell you the truth.”   – Louis Farrakhan.



“Always Made It” – Prince Dre

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Astronomy” – Black Star

“Joy” – Issac Hayes



“Burn Your Village To The Ground” – A Tribe Called Red

“Same Problems” – Raz Simone, ft. Gifted Gab and Fatal Lucciano

“Adrenaline” – The Rush Project

“Africa” – Yemi Alade, ft. Sauti Sol 

“I Bid You Good Night” – Neville Brothers



Police terrorism in Oklahoma & North Carolina, Marx and Engels on Colonies and The Labor Aristocracy, Indigenous Resistance at Standing Rock, and MORE! Very EXPLICIT, btw.

Go here to read Sensei Lewis’ latest on the housing crisis in Seattle, what is being done, and how to move even further, faster.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #21.


“All these professionals putting in their 2 cents and holding people back… Nah, it’s time for rebellion and revolution. That might take on a multi-faceted approach, but if it doesn’t lead to the abolishing of this system and setting up peoples councils, revolutionary institutions, dual power, decolonization, and autonomy then I’ll pass, because freedom will not come from inside of their system.”

– Joaquin Cienfuegos


“G-Code” – Geto Boys

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Cosculluela” – Simon Dice

“Custard Pie” – Led Zeppelin

“Keep On Keepin’ On” – MC Lyte, ft. Xscape

“All Day” – A Tribe Called Red, ft. Kool A.D. and Chippewa Travelers

“Murder She Wrote” – Chaka Demus & Pliers

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



“Bad Blood” – Nao

“Don’t Wait” – Mapei

“Fuck The Police” – Lil Boosie, ft. Webbie

“Hell” – Jordan Max

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Sam Cooke



Mumia Abu-Jamal on Trump and Hillary, Lil Boosie on Police Terrorism, Colonialism’s Effects In Africa, and a lot more. Explicit (as always).

#AdultEdutainment   #TooSexyForImperialism  #HouseOfTheRedSun  #LeadingLightDistrict  #CultureNotCultism  #WakeUpGodDammit

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #20.


“Because capitalists got some small mentality. Capitalists suffer from the mind of a rat. They think if there is going to be an uprising [it] is only the ANC which is going to be overthrown. They don’t know that we will start with them.”

– Julius Malema


“Kids (P. Bizzy Hip Hop Instrumental Remix)” – Sleigh Bells

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Tomorrow” – Chief Keef 

“Scarecrow” – Grayskul

“Trending Topic” – Soulja Boy

“Tequila Sunrise” – Cypress Hill

“Chainsaw” – Madchild



“Loudmouths” – The Bad Tenants

“Grimey Pages” – Mic Flont, ft. Kalil and Kasi

“I Bid You Good Night” – Neville Brothers



U.S. Law Enforcement and the Slave Patrols, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party (BPP) and the future, and a lot more; and all of it very, Very, VERY, EXPLICIT (!) 

Click here for more alternative, grassroots media coverage of the police shooting and rebellion in Charlotte, North Carolina.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #19.


“We have dared to be free. Let us dare to be so by ourselves and for ourselves.”

– Jean-Jacques Dessalines



“Triple Bounce” – DJ Genius

“G’s and Hustlas” – Snoop Dogg

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Computers” – Rowdy Rebel, ft. Bobby Shmurda 

“My Thoughts” – DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles 

“Bassrunner Productions” – Prisonbreak Riddim

“Sans Repères”– Sniper 

“Speakin’ That S–t” – Count Bass D

“We Ain’t The Same” – Meek Mill



“Grasp Illusions Gingerly” – Must I Mind 

“All Cops Are Bastards” – A.C.A.B 

“This Ain’t Livin'” – Romaro Franceswa, Certified, and Donte Peace (Produced by D-Sane)

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Shalyah Fearing 



Free Alabama Movement, Hillary Clinton: War Criminal (Remix), Sensei Lewis & Jacob Brown on Homelessness in Amerikkka (and more), Mumia Abu-Jamal on Marijuana, and MORE!

This show is hella EXPLICIT (as always)! Wanna know why? Click here. This is ONE reason, among many thousands. Here’s another, plus a viable solution that many still sleep on. Smdh.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #18.

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“They want us to give up another chunk of our tribal land. This is not the first time or the last time.” 

-Sitting Bull


“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Chuck Norris” – Troy Ave

“Twenty-Five Miles” – Edwin Starr

“Make Me Use It” – Young Chop



“Sioux Honor Song” – Sioux Nation

“Domestic Imperialism” – Gabriel Teodros

“Vampires” – Mic Crenshaw

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Brian and Thomas Owens



Dakota Access Pipeline and 500 Years of Native Resistance, Sensei Lewis and Jacob Brown on White Vigilantism and the Seattle Police Bunker, and MORE…!  BTW, this show remains AMAZINGLY EXPLICIT.

Click here to watch thugs from Energy Transfer, the owners of the Dakota Access Pipeline, assault men, women, and children. Contact them at their Dallas headquarters NOW and tell them that kkkrap will not be tolerated. Even more information about this project here.

All Power To The Positive! Vol#6, Episode #17.


“Grim, joyless revolutionaries who sacrifice all pleasure to the cause can only produce grim joyless societies.”

-David Graber


“Badda Don Riddim” – Yard Vibez Entertainment

“Start The Revolution” – Marcel Cartier

“Wildflowers” – Made In Heights

“Clubhouse” – Caskey

“Trap” – Westy

“Ridin’ Dirty” – Chamillionaire

“It Will Rain” – Bruno Mars



“Hands Up (Eric Garner Tribute)” – Uncle Murda & Maino

“EZLN Para Todos Todo” – Manu Chao

“A Change Is Gonna Come” – Trent Armand Kendall



U.S. Nationwide Prison Strike: September 9th, Our Enemies In Blue, Mumia Abu-Jamal: Black August, and a lot MORE (and all of it is very, very, very EXPLICIT)!

Go here for the REAL history of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner”.

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!