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“Death is nothing to us, since when we are, death has not come, and when death has come, we are not” - Epicurus”

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america-wakiewakie:

"The most dangerous gang in town is the police department, and the real source of organized crime is the government itself. Understand that alone, and you will *overstand that the entire crime fighting campaign of the government is a complete fraud, and a cover for racism and political domination."
— Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

america-wakiewakie:

"The most dangerous gang in town is the police department, and the real source of organized crime is the government itself. Understand that alone, and you will *overstand that the entire crime fighting campaign of the government is a complete fraud, and a cover for racism and political domination."

— Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin

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They are our enemies. We don’t want them reformed. We don’t want them accountable. We want them gone. We want cops, border patrol, ICE, and all law enforcement out of our communities, our neighborhoods and our lives for good.

Anti-Police Banner Drops in Tucson

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Journalist Gary Webb unearthed the CIA’s dual imperial role in the “War on Drugs.” In his 1996 investigation, Webb found that cocaine was being smuggled into the US and sold in Los Angeles by Contra terrorists fighting a US proxy war against Nicaragua’s Sandinista movement. The smuggled cocaine was sold in its crack form and intentionally distributed in the Black community to provide justification for rampant policing and imprisonment, including the mandatory 100 to 1 difference between crack powder cocaine prison sentences. Profits from the US sponsored drug trade were funneled back to the Contras to help pay for arms from US coffers.​ Both on the domestic and international front, Webb’s findings revealed that the US imperial “War on Drugs” was a dual war on the Black community and the oppressed peoples of the world.
The Road to Ferguson and the Necessity of Anti-Imperialist Spirit (via azspot)

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