"Nothing is forgotten. Nothing is ever forgotten."....Robin Hood HEARNE'S SON, 1980's British series. Best
television series of all time. A very mystical, magical, brutal, and heroic retelling of
the Robin Hood Legend. Just purchased the whole series on tape. Had to get it from
England, but was worth the cost.
Jan 27 2001- Day Seven of the Occupation. Wow. I really hate
driving in DC. Those damn circles, all I can see are circles. Woke up
6am today to get a jump on traffic and attend the National Conference
on Organized Resistance. In it's 4th year this was my first time
attending the event, but definitely will not be my last. Everything I
expected and more, a very proactive conference covering various
issues, actions, discussions, and possible solutions to the ills that
plague us on a local, national, and international level.
It was a great joy to be there in this mostly youthful environment,
with enough old fogies thrown in to make me not entirely out of place.
And just to hear the open discussion and sense of urgency on issues
that we have too long been silent on.
Of particular interest to me was the following workshops:
FOOD POLITICS:BIOENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT-this
is a really central issue, that ties into virtually every other ill of
prejudice, poverty, economics, labor, wars, the central lynchpin to
all the other battles that we fight. And I'll explain why in the next
LOW POWER RADIO WITH PHILLY'S PROMETHEUS COLLECTIVE-social
construction of reality is a term you seldom here outside of a
sociology class, but it is an idea of paramount importance to our day
to day lives. An idea that shapes who we are, what we love and hate,
and how well or badly we live our lives. Social Construction of
Reality is the premise that reality is agreed upon, that reality in
our modern world is a construct, built on three solid foundations:
media, education, and environment. And he who controls these
foundations controls your reality. How does this relate to low power
radio? As media plays a larger and larger part in connecting people,
it also plays a larger and larger part in dividing them, through
misinformation, programming, and capitalistic/ monopolistic ownership
of the media, a one horse, one viewpoint media so to speak.
Increasingly the media plays a larger portion, than our failing
educational system, and chaotic environment in defining reality. And
years of corporate sponsored legislation have taken away the publics
ability and right to media. It is cost prohibitive for the average
American to have a hand in mass communication.
Paramount upon these legislative defeats for democracy, was
the 1970 Supreme Court Ruling that granted corporations first
amendment rights, thas completely co-opted our representatives and
made them hand puppets for the highest corporate bidder. And the
recent 1996 Telecommunications Act that basically gave companies carte
blanche to own as many stations, and as many different mediums as they
could afford. This has created a rockerfeller, monopolistic
environment, where a few companies control virtually our entire vision
of the world.
Whereas before 1996 you had some limit on unchecked growth, the
telecommunications act, among other things, has removed that, creating
a few, master companies, that are basically buying up whole mediums,
whole modes of speech and communication, and in essense locking the
citizen, the common man out. Again what does this mean? It means you
have a company that owns newspapers, owns books, owns television, owns
movie studios, owns games, and owns politicians, and is in bed with
gas companies, all it takes is one board of director to decide say...
"Zimbabwe isn't playing ball. They won't let us buy up all the
land, ruin it like we did in Haiti, disenfranchise all the aboriginal
people into an urban setting, and have them work doing slave labor in
Zimbabwe is taking a page out of the very cutting edge and
action oriented Brazil MST movement to do some good and redistribute
land to 99% of the population rather than having it be owned by 1%. So
of course the monopolistic media goes into action, and pretty soon
like Palestine, like Iraq, like Yugoslavia, Zimbabwe becomes enemy
number one, can't open a paper, turn on a TV, turn on a radio, without
hearing about the evil of Zimbabwe.
A singular vision is set upon the public, a reality is created, by
corporate domination of the means to communication. And suddenly when
the U.S. starts talking sanctions, and Peace Keeping force, suddenly
99% of Americans are if not in total agreement with the actions, are
not informed enough to disagree. And suddenly we have another country,
another African Nation, a so called "Third World Nation"
(again another term of media dominance, a blatant attempt to
marginalize a continent, that all history, and all records tells us
would be more aptly named the 1st World) that is being bombed,
attacked, invaded, and ultimately both ethnically and economically cleansed.
And this has happened before, and often in American history. The
whole Spanish American war, nothing more than one man's determination
to get the Panama Canal built. A man committed to making more money
over the sovereign rights of another nation ( what we are doing in
Irag, Yugoslavia), a man who owned the means of communication used the
media to have war declared. Thousands upon thousands of our people and
theirs killed and murdered for one man's greed.
If anything we have only improved upon what we did in the Spanish
American War, the one man war. In the face of media domination and
definition of news and truth, you can look forward to seeing more
Irags, more Yugoslavias, more of our soldiers, our sons, fathers,
brothers, friends, Americans, dropping bombs on civilian targets in an
attempt to get a country to say uncle and give up its rights.
Isn't this what we fought World War II to stop, the Nazi ideology
of more, more, more, their necessity for breathing room? If anything
America is a thousand times more effective than Nazi Germany ever was,
we have learned to commit genocide in silence, and make everyone,
except the people we're bombing into the stoneage, believe we are on
the side of the angels.
We're not. America is not on the side of the Amgels.
But because those who commit the crimes, these international
extensions of American will, the WTO, Shell, Dupont, Walt Disney, own
the free press we trust with reporting crimes, there are no crimes
reported to the American people. Only justifed retribution.
This is the part the media plays in who we are, what we do, and who
we kill. Think of it this way, if there was TV in colonial America,
during the Boston Tea Party, and the British Occupying Force
controlled the media, would there have been an American Revolution? If
everyone instead of running out in the streets when they heard Crispus
Attucks, the loved and loveable, that great free Black, the affable
yarn teller, and bar brawler, had died for his mates, spitting in
British eyes, if everyone instead of going mad when they heard this
last final straw, had instead heard it through TV, heard it told by
British announcers, in calm British tones of some rowdy thugs, causing
problems but nothing to be alarmed at. Would there still have
been a revolution? Would we today be America?
And the answer is no.
Fat and sated, and removed from our fellow man by the glowing box,
we would not have gone mad as one people, and rose up as one people,
and fought as one people. We would still now be a colony of the great
British Empire, but for the fact that back then we had the same access
to communication the British, the ruling body, did. Back in colonial
America, King and Commoner spoke through the same medium, platforms in
the streets, handouts. Odd that King and commoner in colonial
America, under a dictatorship had more democracy than we have now, odd
that King and commoner of yesterday should be more equal, than Rich
and Poor of today.
That is the power of media. And that is why corporations
fight so viciously and so hard to keep you from having a voice, an
equal platform of communication. How many Americas in developing
countries, have we kept from becoming, kept from growing, kept from
enjoying the liberties we enjoy? How many nations have we kept from
doing what we have done? How many nations have we ,a nation of
Liberty, destroyed to keep them from having Liberty?
So that was my interest in Low Power radio, wherever we can begin
to create platforms for diverse thought, opinion, news. Wherever we
can create platforms of more than a singular propaganda, but rather
dissenting and diverging views, there do we have America, there indeed
do we have a nation and a democracy. Nothing shows more the nature of
our government, the flaw of our democracy, better than the monopoly of
our mediums of mass communication and thought.
We need an open dialogue, open medium, our politicians wouldn't be
afraid of being smeared/destroyed by the media, had we such mass media
alternatives, roads, paths, avenues, to information... to the truth.
We need the FCC to give us back our mom and pop radio stations,
which is what they were gingerly in very baby steps trying to do,
before corporate pressure from the National Association of
Broadcasters and oddly enough National Public Radio (which really
isn't public radio, but answers to corporate America, and was virtually single handedly responsible for
killing the original D radio licenses, mom and pop radio stations,
back in the late 60s.).
The very concept that the state should own the airwaves is an
increasingly problematic one. The increasing trend of corporate
America to attempt to own the unownable. From companies like Dupont
that are killing biodiversity in the wild, buying up seed companies,
patenting seeds, then taking them off the market, Genetically
engineering crops to produce dead seeds, so basically you can't
replant these foods. No longer just take a seed out of a tomato and
grow a tomato, but instead you have to go back to these huge chemical
companies to get the seeds. Companies willing to basically hold our
ecosystem hostage, destroy it, in order to insure increasing profits
and dependence by consumers. This is a really monstrous act, and is
only the tip of the iceberg in terms of what genetic manipulation and
ownership of the unownable is bringing. And the great majority of
Americans know nothing about these Machavellian plots and plans that
are going on in America, by powers and principalities.
Why don't American people know? Because (Say it with me everyone)
the ones committing these horrendous crimes, not just against our
environment, but these are in the last true sense crimes against
humanity, these companies own the media we rely on to bring us the
United States murders more people than any other country in the
world. We have the largest population in captivity. People who have
done their time we strip them of the right to vote, which shatters the
myth of Prison being about rehabilitation, and a relatively recent
trend since 1994 that has gotten no attention in the media, Courts are
increasingly keeping people in prison past their sentence. Right now
it applies to sex offenders, if you were sentenced to 10 years, did
your ten years, the court can actually keep you in prison if they deem
you could in the future be a threat to society.
They can keep you in prison indefinately... without another trial!.
I am not making this up, I wish to God I was. And while we all see
the need for protection of society, the dangers of such a carte
blanche power extending in the case of political prisoners, then to
anyone becomes staggering. You can go to jail on drunk driving for
hypothetically lets say 6months, and your time up they deem you could
be a danger, under such broad judicial powers. It opens up a
horrendous pandora's box.
And again I'm sure the majority of you knew nothing about
We need access to mass media. For all these reasons and a thousand
more. We need the congress to repeal the Telecommunications Act, and
have the FCC return to the practice of putting a cap on how many
stations one company can own, and begin to break up and segment these
large media monopolies, for the same reason it was done in the 20s to
the Rockefellers, because monopolies stifle free trade and innovation.
They are bad for America and bad for democracy.
We need to open up the Digital Spectrum, all these channels that
were just given away to corporate, one of the biggest robberies in the
history of our country, and no one knows about it, because the people
who robbed you of billion dollars of revenue, true massive public
access television, and your rights to those channels, are the same
people who bring you your news.
So we have to be aware of the inherent bias of the media, and
question everything, Every war, every conflict, every sanction, every
rise in gas, or electricity, every attempt to outlaw private ownership
of guns, to cripple the 2nd amendment, and crucify the first.
Jefferson said it best "Those who give up liberty to ensure
Security, do not deserve, nor will they get either one.". What's
the real reason behind the Sudan slavery stories, humanitarian
concern, no. The same reason any African Nation makes the news, we
want to own them. And we want the American people to look the other
way while we blow them to hell, and steal all their resources.
Put crudely, but we live in crude times.
So until we get access to mass media, get a platform to speak,
please do the following: search out the small platforms, join local
organizations in your neighborhoods. Get involved, get informed, get
in touch. Know what the fights are, and challenge the morality of the
Look at history, read, everything is relatively blatant, it's there
just most people don't look. They've gotten so use to being beat down
and beat up, they look at their feet, while the world goes to hell
Get involved, if you take nothing else from this letter, take that.
Find a local organization, talk to people you work with, I'm not
saying fight, but talk, find out what they believe and why, some will
listen, some won't. I'm found the vast majority of people do care, and
do have souls. And do want to be on the side of the angels. But of
course you will stumble onto those who are the problem, who are the
tyranny of evil men.
Worse you'll find those who are the indifference of good men. They
are the ones who advocate doing nothing while the world burns, and
you'll always know them, they are always the apologists for the status
quo, the voice of "you can't" or "you shouldn't"
or "it won't help". They are the voice of the Narc and the
masters dog. And it's important to be able to pick out this voice, to
know where lies the enemy within, and also to know the arguments the
enemy uses, and the lies he tells. It becomes a very thin argument
once you see it a few times, easily labeled, and easily judged.
But in contrast to the narcs you do uncover, the enemies within,
you will uncover a lot who are interested in making a better world.
It's an idealistic thing to say I know, a dreamers thing to say, but
we must as a people get back into the habit of looking up to the
horizon, and dreaming great dreams. We do not grow beyond our dreams,
so small dreams create a small people, and great dreams a great
people. We get locked into a conquerors definition of us, stereotype
of us, and because of mass media, this image of who we are is
perpetuated on a global scale, and I know becuase I've been to 9
different countries, and yes US is still the most biassed in terms of
color, and it is the social center for every other country, they do
what America does, America is the template for other nations, we teach
them how to love and hate. Another reason for a people to have a voice
in media. To offset bias on a global scale. All of us remeber the Ford
case where in an ad aimed at an overseas audience they painted the
Black Engineers who worked on the cars white.
Because overseas advertisers paint an even dimmer view of Nubians.
An even more hatefull view. In Brazil, a country that is predominantly
of Nubian Blood, easily a good 60 to 80%, they are inundated with
anti-Black sentiment, just as in America we're force-fed this ludicous
term african-american, both attacks do the same thing, it gets us to
distance ourselves from each other, when you say Black or Nubian, you
are saying Spanish, Cuban, American, Aboriginae, Indian,
Canadian, Jamaican, Trinidadian, Nigerian, Ethiopian, French,
Iraquian, Yogoslavian, Hatian, Hawaian, English, Brazilian, but
when you use the term African American you lose that richness, that
connection, that diversity, and ultimately that strength.
That's why any form I have to fill out, like the Census, I cross
out african-american, and depending on my mood put Black or Nubian.
Even the term Moor is preferable, carrying as it does this rich
historical context. It's a small peice of civil disobediance I admit
but a signifigant one. There is power in language, a rich field of
power, power in how we define, and how we choose to be defined.
african-america, nigger, minority, slave, victim, rapper, thug,
criminal, these are definitions that have been imposed. We must grow
beyond a conquerors language to grow beyond being conquered. They
teach to young children that in a time of change and protest they were
sheep, and in a time of controversy and colonization they were
chattel. That other leg of the social construction of reality rearing
its ugly head to create our reality. I went to public schools, and it
was only a softer time, two loving, involved, reading parents, and my
own love for reading and learning, that kept me out of the trap of
hopelessness and despair that many young Black men fall into.
When I was in the third grade I knew my teacher was lying to me. I
just knew. And I started learning outside of school, about who I had
been, who a people had been. It fills me with amazement that any Black
parent would trust the education of their children to a system that
hates them. Honestly, it's like Nazis being asked to teach jewish
We need to get back to this Zapatistas/Black Panther Model, of
literacy and village schooling. To this idea of self reliance that a
host of brilliant young men, who are now framed and on Death Row
conceived and implemented. We few who are still for the moment free,
need to get back to this model.
And as unpopular as the media has made this next comment, we need
to get away from the idea of Single Family homes. We need to get away
from this wholesale production of bastards. And I'm not trying to
offend anyone, that is the terminology. There's no sin in being born
out of wedlock, its beyond your control, but I was raised to believe a
man takes care of his responsibilities. And I know the politically
correct thing to say is its just a peice of paper, and its no big
To this I can only say, it matters, And because we are Nubians in
the Western Hemisphere and our lines, our lineage has been tainted,
broken during the occupation, it matters more to us than any other
people, to form a new lineage. It matters for the simple fact so many
are willing to tell you it doesn't matter.
There is nothing more important than blood, our ancestors who the
conquerors in their books call slaves, but we know as prisoners of
war, a war of commerce and greed, understood this. They had a caste
system longer than European history. They had laws, and language, and
a belief in the purity of blood. They were forced out of their
customs, their ways, even their blood. To a people raised on a Caste
system their is nothing worse. Our people were forced during the
occupation into bastardry, as bloodlines as old as the flow of human
blood in human veins, were broken. So to now, in this supposed time of
freedom, do by choice what our ancestors died by the thousands to try
and avoid, this loss of their blood, their lineage, is madness.
It matters that you give your son a name, it matters that you take
the time, the energy, the step, to proclaim him yours. We are a people
that before our occupation held blood high, could trace our bloodline
back a thousand years, now many of us in this new world have trouble
tracing our blood back four generations. It is an unacceptable crime
to perpetuate on your child. Clear title also avoids such crimes as
incense. In the inner cities it is not uncommon for children to have
no idea who their father is, and date other children who have no idea
who their father is. For all they know they are half brother and half
sister. Incense most foul.
I really do think for a Black man to go around siring offspring and
not take claim to them is a crime, a crime against those who had to be
tortured into such barbarity. I also think its irresponsible of the
woman, she must hold herself more prized, than to lay down with any
dog without a pedigree. And she must hold her children more prized.
I believe in the two family home, I think fathers, good ones, real
ones, bring something to the home that's needed. Something that builds
not just good sons, but confident daughters.
I have gone far afield, from my original discussion, but you see
how everything comes back to information, the ability that mass media
gives us to define and form community. Ideas, modes of expression. How
in everything ,the dialogue, the platform is all.
And that whether your dealing on a local community level or an
international level, the ability not to have culture forced on you (in
the case of gansta rap, a small sliver of entertainment mass marketed
to become this monopoly of thought and entertainment) to our young at
the exclusion of other types of music, of diversity, of range, The
control of media, is the survival, death and/or creation of culture.
It will, this war for media, determinine the type of nation that we're
We must get back into the habit of dreaming great dreams, and
working on them.
Completely exhausted, I know I have major typos in this, will
clean it up later. Just had to get the bulk of this rant out. Keep
fighting. Down with Tyrant Bush. 2..44am 28 Jan 2001.
Jan 20 2001...A day that shall have particular meaning to me. It
was when I went to DC with others, many others to protest the
inauguration of George W. Bush. It was a magical, surreal moment. A
moment of awe, as so many people, from so many walks of life came out,
to speak with a common voice of opposition, to a common crime of
People overuse the word empowerment, but in this case it seems to
be the only word that fits. It felt right, after too many years of the
media telling us what to think, and what to support, and what to
believe, it felt right.
It felt good to take to the streets. It felt for several odd hours
in the rain, and the sleet, and the wind, it felt like it was our
country again , our America. Early reports range from 25000 to 250,000 people
descended on DC this day to protest the illegal and immoral
inauguration of George W. Bush. And contrary to what little the media
shows, it wasn't a day of violence and arrests, it was a day of
fellowship, and family, and community, and brotherhood.
For those of you who did not go, you missed something very rare,
and very beautiful, a moment in time, that renewed faith, in this age
of media manipulation, and fear, and hatred, renewed faith in the
ability of people to matter. It was both beautiful and horrible, you
have to have been there and seen the tableau to understand, this
picture that was painted today of two Americas.
One of Civil Disobedience, of Liberty, of Community, of Fellowship,
thousands upon thousands of chanting people, of kids, and adults, and
seniors, of Black, white, yellow, brown, and red, jamming the streets
with a common cry of "Not our President!" "Impeach
Bush" and one of my personal favorites "Hail to the
Thief". A somehow festive environment of resistance. People
from Boston, Miami, Seattle, Baltimore, California, Florida. Kids just
starting on the road to revolution, and adults and seniors returning
to it. That was one America, a picture of a nation by the people.
And then in contrast to this life-affirming flood of humanity, was
another America, George Bush's America, an America of occupation by
force. An America of Intimidation, an America of brutality. I have
never seen that many cops in my life, they were everywhere. Bush had
to have bussed in cops from nearly every state, every road was jammed
with cops, and military police, snipers on the roof of virtually every
building, and everywhere helicopters, Air Supremacy. Everywhere
nightsticks and guns. Heck we even stumbled into a large group of
narcs, undercover cops, who were jumping on some poor girl, a college
kid, a teenager, for protesting too enthusiastically. When their
actions drew a large crowd, they got off of her (though I think one of
them took her away, he flashed some kind of ID card or pass that he
had around his neck, we didn't even have time to get a good look at
her face), they backed off, disappearing like a single animal. But,
everywhere was the threat of Martial Law. But the sight of
police only invigorated the protest, strengthened it. Strengthened
So two Americas were in DC in force today, one an America of
Tyranny and one an America of Liberty. Hours we stood, two Americas,
eye to eye, locked together in the rain. It was an immense day of
civil disobedience, they say the largest Inauguration Day protest
since the Vietnam era. It was the first day of the Occupation of
America, and what a day it was. It was but the first volley in a long
and arduous road to free our Nation.
And I am not naive enough to think chanting wins a battle, but I
think the force of opposition was staggering. The share noise, the
share raucous nature of it, the share size of it, was a surprise and a
wake up call to the GOP and George Bush that America is not as asleep
as they thought it was. And that there are many of us, drawing a line
in the sand, saying this far... no further. No further.
I think perhaps Bush has proved his own worse enemy, by his blatant
disregard for the American people, and for American intelligence, he
has attacked our democracy too blatantly, and relied on the fact of
our divisions and our media induced stupor to allow him to get away
with it. He thought the age of civil disobedience was dead, and he was
right, if not dead it was at least dying, but his actions have
fathered a resurgence of American activism, an the American will to
resist. It is either fight together or die apart. We're fighting
together thanks to G.W. Bush.
Ironic, isn't it.
I am not naive, I know Bush is not a smart man. If he was he would
not have started on this road. He will use Martial Law if he gets
scared enough. It will get worse before it gets better. Like most
tyrants he lacks common sense, he really believes he can shout over
the people. He was wrong today, and he will be wrong tomorrow.
I've looked into the eyes of the cops, and while most have nothing
there, some have doubts, I've seen them. Some have doubts about the
rightness of this police state that Bush is making. Some have doubts.
I watched the ones barricading the Supreme court, billy clubs in hand,
while behind and above them these words glinted from the top of the
building..."Equal Justice under the Law.". What a sight, I
would have given real money for a camera about then, thousands of
protesters, marching and chanting around the Supreme Court, and these
cops, protecting its steps from us, dark garbed storm troopers, with
weapons in hand, and behind them the words... "Equal Justice
Under the Law".
The hypocrisy was lost on no one.
God it was a day. The first day of the Occupation. Much work to be
done, gets harder now, more serious. But for today, God for today, it
was... something worth savoring.
Something worth savoring.
Next weekend DC is home to another must attend event, this one
indoors, it is the convention on Organized Resistance, a two day
seminar with courses on non-violence, the for profit Prison Build Up,
the World Trade Bank, Police Brutality, Genetic Tampering, Agriculture
and Ecology, and Animal Experimentation. I highly recommend this
event, as its going to give you much needed information to survive and
combat the coming storms.
Please email for more info or go here for details: http://www.organizedresistance.org/main.html
And for an article I wrote earlier this morning prior to attending
the protest click here.
"And although this is a fight I can lose, the accused is an innocent
Innocent man by Billy Joel
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drama's today's file...
starring Orson Welles! This is the episode that started it all. Orson Welles as Lamont
Cranston, the man who has the power to cloud men's minds. Listen
for the great line about
"blurring the picture". Feel free to email me with your reviews of this episode
and others you'd like to hear.
This is good
old fashioned fun from the early days of the 20th century. Every 1 to 2 days I'll change
this audio file, so come back often.
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NEW! Reviews of DAREDEVIL, QUANTUM AND WOODY, AND TAXMAN!
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