Civil disobedience: blackface

Conspire to Tell the Truth, Defy Gag Orders is the real important disobedience to change the world. Violating the blackface prohibition is just a anti PC provocation to show the tyrannical political correctness (PC) yoke we that holds us down &&

Let us reclaim our freedom to use costumes and skin color of our choosing, be it in theme parties, at Halloween, carnival, and choice of sports team mascots.  Let us demonstrate against politically correct impositions, demand freedom and equal rights (Note that people of color can bleach or talcum their skin with impunity[3]).

Reprinted with permission from TruthRevolution.net

Where are the rebellious youth that defy and disobey societies’ norms? What about a go-blackface-day, where hundreds of thousands1 of youth or adults wear blackface? Blackface is not illegal, it is not a crime. People of color can show their solidarity and PC-defiance by also wearing blackface shoe polish.  Alternatively, POC can don “whiteface”, with talcum powder or other white face coloring. Wait, there is more! This article continues! Continue reading “Civil disobedience: blackface” »
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Haiti: 200 years of Black rule

“Where there are Blacks, there is Africa”. Such an idea is racist, and thus taboo. Don’t even think that black countries are a mess because of their black inhabitants. We analyze the example of Haiti.

Dr. William Pierce – A lesson of Haiti

YouTube, of course, deleted the video already as “hate speech

Haitian History

Today’s topic: the history of Haiti, formerly known as the French colony of Saint-Domingue (or Santo Domingo), on the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with the Dominican Republic, which is… well, a rather different sort of place from Haiti. I don’t want to get ahead of myself, but let’s start with a little “compare and contrast.”

From ‘Haiti and the Dominican Republic: A Tale of Two Countries’ (Time, 2010):

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