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Speak Out! - Police to close Maafa war crime investigation on CPS orders


What does reparation look like to you – compensation or justice? How can we establish a Peoples International Tribunal for Global Justice to ensure there is a ‘Nuremberg’ like trial for our Ancestors and the survivor-descendants of Maafa?

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Reparations is compensation and justice . Call it out relentlessly until reparations is heard . UKIP did it obey the black elites,lets not be victims anymore winging let do !

Mary Sergeant,
Tue 9 February 2016, 10:24 pm


If the argument or concern is about the lack of community or individual support maybe the real question is what has that got to do with how well our children do in babylons school. The inferiority complex manifests istself in many ways. Repeatedly embarking on endeavours expecting anything less is nothing short of monotonous rhetoric serving no real purpose other than self indulgence. Be certain a slave/bubu got paid crumbs out of this - probably the same ones for who justice was being sought.

Sizzla,
Mon 17 August 2015, 9:35 am


Our root mentality is one of survival. This means even our oncepts of unity is really a smokescreen for survival as opposed to the colective advancement of Africans and Africa. This means we will 'unite' to put a meal on the table or to buy a car but the notion of African resources being used to sustain African prosperity for the masses indefinitely goes way over the head. We'll never make any gain rooted in survival - a plate of crumbs will make you think you've made it.

Sizzla,
Sun 9 August 2015, 11:46 am


Its like the reparation march wha' day. It would be prudent to assume the majority who took part see it as a money thing. Much so called community effort is rooted in poverty and inferiority, This makes it easy for babylon to pick out an individual and use him/her to infiltrate for a change in their babylon status. For any failure or perception of injustice, presume a slave or bubu class African was in the sellout equation somehwhere.

sizzla,
Thu 6 August 2015, 6:26 pm


Its like the reoaration march wha' day. It would be pruent to assume the majority who took part see it as a money ting. Because much effort is rooted in poverty and inferiority, its easy for babylon to pick out an individual and use him/her to infiltrate for a change in in their babylon status. For any failure or perception of injustice, presume a slave or bubu class African was in the sellout equation somehwhere.

Sizzla,
Thu 6 August 2015, 6:24 pm


This excellent investigative and campaigning work by The Ligali Organisation deserves limitless praise and practical support from the African community for, rather than rambling long-winded sermons and the self-indulgent tired old monotonous self-serving rhetoric. The most alarming aspect of this episode is that this piece of work by Ligali appears to have had little or no support whatsover from other African organisations or individuals.

MarcusGarveyLives,
Sun 2 August 2015, 2:11 pm


I'm all for proving to the oppressor we know what they're all about. This episode is further proof of this and more ammuniation to be used as evidence come the gideon war. The effort to get such armour and the reminder of how significant that day in the Abbey was should never be understimated. Double the effort is required to ensure the overall plight does not succumb to bubudom. Babylon agents could be eating and drinking with you right now - all sleeping in your bed looking to have your child

Sizzla,
Mon 27 July 2015, 2:03 pm

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