Black Agenda Report 25 April 2018: Dems Prepare to Pimp the Left in 2018 and 2020, RussiaGate Shows Democrats' Warmongering Colors, Windrush and Britain’s Crimes Against Black People

25 April 2018 — Black Agenda Report

Democrats Prepare to Pimp the Left in 2018 and 2020 

– Bruce A. Dixon , BAR managing editor
Democrats allow their left activists out of the hole every 2 or 4 years to campaign for justice at home and peace abroad. Democrats are a party of capital and empire. The Democrat left will be stuffed down a hole afterward till needed next election cycle.

Russiagate Shows the Democrats’ True Corporate, Warmongering Colors 

– Glen Ford , BAR executive editor
The 300-plus million people of the U.S. have not one sizeable party that represents any mass constituecy. The people need power, but all they get is Russiagate.

Freedom Rider: Windrush and Britain’s Crimes Against Black People 

– Margaret Kimberley , BAR editor and senior columnist
Britain became an empire on the backs of slaves, but now wants to deport non-white residents.

Join the Latest US-Led Missile Strikes on Syria 

– Ann Garrison , BAR contributor
Germany’s leader wanted to join the U.S., France and Britain in the bombing of Syria, but backed off because of domestic opposition.

Seven Things You Should Know Before Giving to Arkansas Baptist College 

Zachariah Wilkerson
Howard University isn’t the only HBCU scandal afoot. There’s Little Rock’s Arkansas Baptist College where a nexus of well-connected and corrupt cronies raise money in the school’s name while ABC falls deeper and deeper into debt.  

“Cruise Missile Left” Complicit in American Escalation Toward World War III 

Danny Haiphong, BAR contributor
“The cruise missile left has aligned with the Democratic Party and the intelligence agencies against Trump and have dropped any anti-war, anti-imperialist, and anti-capitalist tendencies in the process.”

How Long? 

Raymond Nat Turner, BAR poet-in-residence
How long? Too long… 
How long? Too long… 
How long? Too long… 
How long? Too long… have massacres become

Black Agenda Radio, Week of April 23, 2018 

– Nellie Bailey and Glen Ford, with Kyle Fraser 
Click the link above for the entire one hour show, or any of the four links below for the individual segments thereof…

South Carolina Wants to Silence Inmates at Troubled Prison 
South Carolina peoples lawyer Efia Nwangaza explains that prisoners will find ways to communicate with the outside, and will no longer tolerate wanton abuse on the part of prison officials.
A ten-group coalition won unanimous passage of a bill prohibiting the Durham police department from exchanges of training or information with Israel — the first city in the U.S. to do so.

Two years ago, New York City police and federal agents stormed into five housing developments in the Soundview section of The Bronx and swept up 120 young men on criminal conspiracy charges.

University of Illinois professor of international law Dr. Francis Boyle said the illegality of U.S. attacks against Syria and occupation of its territory is a non-issue for U.S. media.

Reflections on The Pan-Afro-Asiatic Civilizational Complex 

R. Divya Nair
“The encroachments of European traders, missionaries, explorers, planters, soldiers, and especially scholars and teachers, represented not civilization but rather, its antithesis.”

Philadelphia’s Top Cop Defends Indefensible Prejudice in Starbucks Arrest Incident 

Linn Washington Jr
“According to some, being a young black or Latino male is, by definition, probable cause for the belief that criminal activity is afoot…

Black Activists Targeted by the Colombian State 

by Zoe PC 
“Many of those detained belong to the Afro-Colombian organization Proceso de Comunidades Negras (Black Communities’ Process – PCN) and in their respective communities, are active in defending human rights.”

African Refugees Get No Reprieve from Israel’s Racist Rage 

David Sheen
“Netanyahu has claimed that the non-Jewish refugees — about half Christian and half Muslim — pose a threat 

‘New Imperialism’ Debate Suffers from the Omission of Subimperialism 

Patrick Bond
“The immense needs of their own populations do not drive their policy orientations.”

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