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Testimony of Blue Pill about the unlawful actions of the NYPD (assault, kidnapping, etc)

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Much Love and Respect to our brotha Blue Pill for exercising his civil rights as a Moorish American National, despite the NYPD private security force (who are not officers, as officers are elected, not hired) violating The American Constitution for the United States, Blue Pill’s human rights, as well as his civil rights. He wrote a piece that details what happened when he was attempting to document the historical movement about Freddie Gray. View the short form of the events in the video below.

“On Wednesday April 29, while exercising my “rights” as press, my coverage of the NYC Freddie Gray Rally resulted in me being accosted/kidnapped/illegally detained by the para military occupying force that you refer to as the NYPD.  I was doing nothing more than documenting their Gestapo tactics, in this case which were telling peaceful protesters that they no longer had the right to exercise their right to free assembly and freedom of speech. The parallels are staggering, check this out, as a result of the work that the gunman from Baltimore put in December resulting in the death of two cops in Brooklyn, there has been a reconstruction of the statues/ordinances/codes that pertain to how people in this city are “allowed” to protest.

Protest, in it’s essence should not be about consent, first and foremost. What is the point of making your words heard and your action felt, if you are being told what the acceptable decibel is that your pitch can be heard at, or what is the acceptable motion that the herd can be herded in? While the majority of people in this city sip tea and point fingers, De Blasio‘s powers have been usurped by a villainous treasonous para military organization who are doing the bidding of their task masters who have declared war on your basic liberties, and this diatribe is for those who still think that they are “citizens” of a democratic society.

When basic liberties are usurped and non violent civil disobedience is met with the force reserved for full scale escalations, then NO ONE is safe. Safety is an illusion when your fellow man is denied the basic rights of existence, and one of the paramount tenets of existence is your ability to be heard, on your own terms.

For those of us who know that NYC is a municipality, a corporation, deriving from municipium, a Latin word that “derives from the Latin social contract “municipium”, meaning duty holders, referring to the Latin communities that supplied Rome with troops in exchange for their own incorporation into the Roman state (granting Roman citizenship to the inhabitants) SOURCE: Wikipedia, we KNOW that none of these codes, ordinances, or statutes are lawfully binding and this in fact is not a Democratic society or even Government in the sense of how we collectively identify the word.”

For the rest of the story, read it HERE

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Moorning Star – Spring Series – Volume Tres is now Available!

Moorning Star - Spring Series - Volume Tres is now Available!

BREAKING NEWS!

!! John and Yehoshua = Garvey and Ali!!

Tha Moorning Star – Spring Series – Volume Tres is Now available!

!!! Click the Photo to download !!!

Peace to Moorish Society. Peace to Temple No. 101 in Los Angeles Territory. Peace to You!

Download The previous Volumes here:

https://moorishoaklandstar.wordpress.com/tha-moorning-star-series/

Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, and Justice
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One love to Bangsamoros and Filipinos!

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Peace to my Filipino peoples from the Bey Area. I love some quality lumpia. If you know then you know!

Being Moorish American, and studying the work of Drew Ali has led me to look to all Nations as my family. The more I began to study History, the more I began to see connections with other people all over the world. One of those connections is with Filipinos, and specifically, a group of those people named Bangsamoros, or in short, Moros.

Aside from the obvious, from some research I have done, their demeanor and ways sound very familar. A few of my cousins and uncles or patnas kind of familar. Don’t take my words, check this excerpt from the Encyclopedia Britannica:

“Because of their Islamic faith (introduced from Borneo and Malaya in the 14th century), the Moro have remained outside the mainstream of Philippine life and have been the object of popular prejudice and national neglect. Moro conflict with ruling powers has a centuries-long history: from the 16th to the 19th century they resisted Roman Catholic Spanish colonialists, who tried to extirpate their “heresy”; in the first decade of the 20th century they battled against U.S. occupation troops in a futile hope of establishing a separate sovereignty; and, finally, they spawned insurgencies against the independent Philippine government, especially from the late 1960s on.”

A wise man once said, “man knows not by being told”. And I know that masterminds like more than words and quotes. It’s all love family. Check out some of our Sistren and Brethen in the Philippines:

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“All these photographs were taken by Dr. William R. Eastman, Sr. in the Philippines between 1902 and 1906. Dr. Eastman was a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps.” – Peace to Africansource.com

FAMILY, It is IMPERATIVE that we know who we are. Our family in the Philippines need us. But if we see ourselves as a color crayon, then we cannot see the family, the culture, the legacy, the LOVE that is all around us.

If we don’t know who we are, then we will find ourselves using weapons like the .45 and feeling like “tha man”, not knowing that the reason that caliber became widely known was due to the U.S. Calvary upping the firepower to kill our family back in the 1900s. The .38 was not effective. Again, Don’t believe me. See for your SELF

Much love to the Filipinos and Moros, and all peoples on the Earth and BEYond.

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News – The Telegraph — Saudis offer Russia secret oil deal if it drops Syria

News – The Telegraph — Saudis offer Russia secret oil deal if it drops Syria

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The revelations come amid high tension in the Middle East, with US, British, and French warship poised for missile strikes in Syria. Iran has threatened to retaliate.

The strategic jitters pushed Brent crude prices to a five-month high of $112 a barrel. “We are only one incident away from a serious oil spike. The market is a lot tighter than people think,” said Chris Skrebowski, editor of Petroleum Review.

Leaked transcripts of a closed-door meeting between Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan shed an extraordinary light on the hard-nosed Realpolitik of the two sides.

Prince Bandar, head of Saudi intelligence, allegedly confronted the Kremlin with a mix of inducements and threats in a bid to break the deadlock over Syria. “Let us examine how to put together a unified Russian-Saudi strategy on the subject of oil. The aim is to agree on the price of oil and production quantities that keep the price stable in global oil markets,” he said at the four-hour meeting with Mr Putin. They met at Mr Putin’s dacha outside Moscow three weeks ago.

“We understand Russia’s great interest in the oil and gas in the Mediterranean from Israel to Cyprus. And we understand the importance of the Russian gas pipeline to Europe. We are not interested in competing with that. We can cooperate in this area,” he said, purporting to speak with the full backing of the US.

The talks appear to offer an alliance between the OPEC cartel and Russia, which together produce over 40m barrels a day of oil, 45pc of global output. Such a move would alter the strategic landscape.

The details of the talks were first leaked to the Russian press. A more detailed version has since appeared in the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir, which has Hezbollah links and is hostile to the Saudis.

As-Safir said Prince Bandar pledged to safeguard Russia’s naval base in Syria if the Assad regime is toppled, but he also hinted at Chechen terrorist attacks on Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi if there is no accord. “I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us,” he allegedly said.

Prince Bandar went on to say that Chechens operating in Syria were a pressure tool that could be switched on an off. “These groups do not scare us. We use them in the face of the Syrian regime but they will have no role in Syria’s political future.”

President Putin has long been pushing for a global gas cartel, issuing the `Moscow Declaration’ last to month “defend suppliers and resist unfair pressure”. This would entail beefing up the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), a talking shop.

Mr Skrebowski said it is unclear what the Saudis can really offer the Russians on gas, beyond using leverage over Qatar and others to cut output of liquefied natural gas (LGN). “The Qataris are not going to obey Saudi orders,” he said.

Saudi Arabia could help boost oil prices by restricting its own supply. This would be a shot in the arm for Russia, which is near recession and relies on an oil price near $100 to fund the budget.

But it would be a dangerous strategy for the Saudis if it pushed prices to levels that endangered the world’s fragile economic recovery. Crude oil stocks in the US have already fallen sharply this year. Goldman Sachs said the “surplus cushion” in global stocks built up since 2008 has been completely eliminated.

Mr Skrebowski said trouble is brewing in a string of key supply states. “Libya is reverting to war lordism. Nigerian is drifting into a bandit state with steady loss of output. And Iraq is going back to the sort of Sunni-Shia civil war we saw in 2006-2007,” he said.

The Putin-Bandar meeting was stormy, replete with warnings of a “dramatic turn” in Syria. Mr Putin was unmoved by the Saudi offer, though western pressure has escalated since then. “Our stance on Assad will never change. We believe that the Syrian regime is the best speaker on behalf of the Syrian people, and not those liver eaters,” he said, referring to footage showing a Jihadist rebel eating the heart and liver of a Syrian soldier.

Prince Bandar in turn warned that there can be “no escape from the military option” if Russia declines the olive branch. Events are unfolding exactly as he foretold.

Moor Perspectives:

http://www.timesofisrael.com/saudi-arabia-tries-to-woo-russia-away-from-syria-with-arms-deal/

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/earth-insight/2013/aug/30/syria-chemical-attack-war-intervention-oil-gas-energy-pipelines

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/07/us-syria-crisis-saudi-russia-idUSBRE9760OQ20130807

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News – The Guardian — The Brics are building a challenge to western economic supremacy

News – The Guardian — The Brics are building a challenge to western economic supremacy

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The recent summit of the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (Brics) in Durban, South Africa, completed the group’s first cycle of summits, one in each of the five member countries. The summitdeclaration contained the usual pieties about “solidarity” between the Brics and their “shared goals”. However, unlike previous declarations, this one contained the first steps towards creating Brics institutions.

The most publicised among them, the Brics development bank, has been greeted with the usual western scepticism. Until recently, such scepticism tended to focus simply on comparative growth rates. With the Brics taking steps toward institutionalisation, there is a new element: can the Brics development bank really rival the IMF and the World Bank?

For the New York Times, the Brics don’t have “enough in common and enough shared goals to function effectively as a counterweight to the west”. They are “deeply divided on some basic issues”, are “rivals rather than allies in the global economy” and have achieved little. Worse, they have “widely divergent economies”, invest little in each other and have “disparate foreign policy aims and different forms of government”. Such a motley crew could declare a Brics development bank “feasible and viable”, but the devil would be in the yet-to-be-agreed-upon details.

Such scepticism is misleading. The Brics countries do have a mortar that binds them: their common experience, and rejection, of the neoliberal development model of the past several decades and the western-dominated IMF and the World Bank that still advocate it. Their rapid development over the previous couple of decades was despite, not because of, this. Countries whose governments were able and willing to resist this model developed faster. All Brics countries have become more conscious of this since the onset of the current financial and economic crisis, though individual countries’ rhetoric and policies differ in the degree of their criticism of neoliberal policies.

Once this is understood, the Brics’ increasing coherence becomes evident. They have long called for the reform of the IMF and the World Bank only to meet with resistance. Rather than waiting, they have decided to act.

The development bank was first proposed in New Delhi last year. The five leaders were charged with exploring the idea, which led them to being able to declare it viable and feasible at Durham. Now officials must work out the details.

Undoubtedly the differences in economic weight between the Brics and the inevitability that China will dominate in some respects must be worked around. And it can be. For example, the Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralisation (CMIM), a reserve pooling organisation that includes China, Japan and 11 other countries, does give its more weighty economies disproportional voting power, but no veto (such as the US has at the World Bank) and it is designed to benefit smaller economies.

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