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      I Felt The Powernomics Joints. It was like the scrambled thoughts and ideas I had for a long time were just expressed so concise. Much Appreciation for the post!
      In The Midst Of The Secret Wars...Deliberate, Strategize, Execute, Finalize, Clean Up What You`ve Carved Away, Reexamine The Conclusion & The Motivation, Master It, Record The Lessons & Move On!-Daisho*

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      POWERNOMICS. The Vision Beyond The Dream. 100MB AUDIO. 2HRs



      download free here:
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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      POWERNOMICS. The Vision Beyond The Dream. 100MB AUDIO. 2HRs



      download free here:
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      props....

      I love this guy but I don't like how he went and stated the Willie Lynch story as if it was fact...didn't even mention that it was just a myth.

      psychologically it is real.... no doubt.....But I'm kinda bothered by the fact that he wasn't aware of it not being real....(or maybe he was?...if so he still should have respected the audience enough to tell them the truth...even tho the story is false its still something that people need to be aware of)
      so this is starting to make me questions other stuff he said.

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      No Vietnamese Ever Called Me N1gger


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      I dubbed and digitized a VHS tape u may know called "No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger". Its a documentary u may like. I actually cant find the video on the net for whatever reason. Its a good download. Good perspectives. Good watch for any youth planning to join the military. Good for the archives none the less.

      "No Vietnamese Ever Called Me N1gger" - 2hrs

      part 1- http://www.megaupload.com/?d=I5R47DZN
      part 2- http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3T059LEA

      Examines the relationship between racism here in the U.S. and abroad. Filmed at the Harlem Fall Mobilization March in 1967, this documentary lets people in the streets, as well as black Vietnam vets, speak out about social protest, life in New York's black ghetto, and the connection between racism and war.

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      "I Ain't Got No Quarrel With The VietCong...
      No VietCong Ever Called Me N1gger" — Muhammad Ali, 1966

      On August 23, 1966, Muhammad Ali embarked on the biggest "fight" of his life when he applied with the Selective Service for conscientious objector status on religious grounds (as a minister with the Nation of Islam). In what became an extensive legal, political, professional, and personal battle, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, stripped of his boxing title, and became a lightning rod — and a voice — for opinions on the Vietnam War. Muhammad Ali's willingness to speak out against racism in the United States, and the affect it had on domestic and foreign policy, earned him many supporters and detractors. In 1971, nearly five years after it began, Ali's legal battle finally culminated with a unanimous decision (8-0 with Thurgood Marshall abstaining) by the United States Supreme Court overturning his draft conviction. The following resources document his struggle, his views, and his influence.

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      This right here is from a friend who drops great info on another board. Im redirecting the info over here for the fam. Damn I been waitin for this one.



      This audio lecture is Ivan Van Sertima - They Came Before Columbus

      http://www.sendspace.com/file/r88w9a

      The synopsis of the book is below:
      They Came Before Columbus reveals a compelling, dramatic, and superbly detailed documentation of the presence and legacy of Africans in ancient America. Examining navigation and shipbuilding; cultural analogies between Native Americans and Africans; the transportation of plants, animals, and textiles between the continents; and the diaries, journals, and oral accounts of the explorers themselves, Ivan Van Sertima builds a pyramid of evidence to support his claim of an African presence in the New World centuries before Columbus. Combining impressive scholarship with a novelist’s gift for storytelling, Van Sertima re-creates some of the most powerful scenes of human history: the launching of the great ships of Mali in 1310 (two hundred master boats and two hundred supply boats), the sea expedition of the Mandingo king in 1311, and many others. In They Came Before Columbus, we see clearly the unmistakable face and handprint of black Africans in pre-Columbian America, and their overwhelming impact on the civilizations they encountered.

      Ivan Van Sertima’s pioneering work in linguistics and anthropology has appeared in numerous scholarly journals. Professor Van Sertima teaches Afro-American studies at Rutgers University.

      There is a sendspace secret if you want to download multiple files at once. Sendspace is slow as hell so its worth it. reply if u need that.

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      Another great info drop from a friend :



      This audio lecture from the ancestor Dr. Asa Hilliard on Cultural Genocide

      http://www.sendspace.com/file/5kwmus

      sendspace is sloooow. let me know if u need to get around it. reply in the forum.

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      Amos Wilson


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      ANOTHER AWESOME INFO DROP FROM A FRIEND!!! FORWARDING IT TO THE FAM!! DOWNLOAD THIS HERE!!!



      This audio lecture from one of my favorite scholars, the brilliant ancestor Dr. Amos Wilson and this is on the Purpose and Funtion of Education

      http://www.sendspace.com/file/lq9plm

      Below is an excerpt from his extraordinary book titled "Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children"

      Education and the Future of Afrikan Peoples


      I was reading a very interesting little book called Ethnic Enterprises In America, which compares the economic development of the Chinese, Japanese, and Blacks. And it deals with the issue of--Why haven't Blacks developed a large or a sizable business class? Why is it that with over 300 billion dollars (circa 1990) in consumer dollars Black people who, if you looked at their income, represent the 9th or 10th richest nation on earth--why is it that they haven't developed a business class? Why is it that they have Asians running their business communities? Why is it that they have other ethnic groups serving their needs? Why is it that they enrich other people and then beg for jobs? That's an issue we should concern ourselves with. That's an issue at the center of what Black economic education should be about. Not the issue of how do you move up in IBM; a wholly different thing. How do we gain control of those billions of dollars that are available to us and use them for our own interests and for our own advancement?

      But, as long as we are in the school trying to learn how to move up in IBM, the Asians are going to move right in and suck every bit of our nickels and dimes out of our pockets and use them to advance their own interests. At the very point Blacks are getting the most degrees in business we're losing business territory--which tells us that there is something wrong with them. Obviously, these degrees are degrees for servants, which only prepare us to serve the interests of others and not our own. But that is true of any degree. It does not matter what it is. But it must be that way. Do you think the dominant Whites are going to prepare us to fully compete with them?

      Part 1 - The Sociopolitical Context of Education -Introductory Lecture pages 8-9

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      Ivan Van Sertima Video Reup from Archives. 444mb

      Its good. The African Presence early in the world. Egypt to the Americas. Ways of travel. Tons of research. Awesome man. He's presented by Dr. Clinton Crawford.

      part 2 - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6T8C993Y 60mb
      part 1 - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=LZL00VTT 350mb

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      reup on the filefront versions of Magical Egypt

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      Paul Robeson Documentary.
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      Re-up of Africa Addio. Part of the Mondo Cane collection. the creators of Goodbye Uncle Tom the Movie.

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      AFRICA ADDIO




      The Mondo Cane Collection features two different versions of Africa Addio - an English cut, the one that has been available before in North America, the one that played theatrically, and an all new Director's cut that restores nearly twenty minutes of never before seen footage back into the film with narration in Italian only which differs from the English narration, and a different editing scheme in certain scenes.



      Jacopetti and Prosperi apparently spent almost three years in Africa, capturing the amazing and horrifying events that were engulfing the country as it went from a colony under British rule to it's own country under it's own government. When the British left power, the country fell into chaos as it went through the growing pains of trying to setup it's own government despite the persistence of rebel factions, religious and civil turmoil, insane racial issues and the continual rape of the country's wildlife by poachers.



      "What the camera sees it films pitilessly, without sympathy, without taking sides" we are told. And what we see is one of the most amazing, disgusting, and fascinating films ever made. Documenting a series of inhumane massacres, big game hunting practices, and horrifying living conditions, the filmmakers captured history as it unfolded in front of their very eyes, at times putting their own lives at risk to capture the moment. We witness an angry soldier pull them out of their car at gun point, only to be let go for one of two reasons: the English cut claims they were released because their Italian passports meant that they were 'not white' and the director's cut claims that they were released for a 'reason that would be reported on later in the newspapers' and leaves it at that.

      Some of the atrocities captured on film include the hunting of gazelles and elephants, who are harvested for their ivory tusks and then left to rot in the sun to be picked at by the vulture. Hippos are also slaughtered, and one pregnant beast has it's unborn baby torn from its still warm dead stomach. The wholesale slaughter of animals in this film is simply unreal, and absolutely horrifying.

      But whereas we'd seen animals slaughtered in some of the director's earlier work, Africa Addio brings things a little bit further and pushes the envelope as we also witness actual executions, beatings, and the after effects of a massacre at Zanzibar, where from the safety of a helicopter we witness the shore littered with the bodies of the dead, being carried away in trucks that are literally filled with the dead bodies of those unfortunate enough to have had to give their lives, willingly or not.



      By the time that United Nations eventually intervenes, racial and religious tensions between the warring factions of Africans, Muslims and whites has reached a fever pitch and innocent men, women and children are burned to death (thankfully we do not see this happen on camera) and left to rot in the sun like the animals that were slaughtered before them.

      The trailer for the film claims it to be both dangerous and important, and I tend to agree with those sentiments. Hardly an easy film to watch, this one will stick with you for days to come whether you want it to or not. Those with less stern constitutions are advised to look elsewhere as this is one of the hardest films I've ever had to watch despite it's historical significance, regardless of how much of the footage is authentic or simulated.


      Part 1 of 2. 1:01:45sec 700mb

      Africa Addio.Eng.Mondo Cane.cd1.part1.rar - 350mb - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=UPAG1DP7
      Africa Addio.Eng.Mondo Cane.cd1.part2.rar - 350mb - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=X9RZ6UXQ


      Part 2 of 2. 1:06:06sec 701mb
      Africa Addio.Eng.Mondo Cane.cd2.part1.rar - 350mb - http://www.megaupload.com/?d=45OGT0ON
      Africa Addio.Eng.Mondo Cane.cd2.part2.rar - 343mb- http://www.megaupload.com/?d=H2RYGK1X

      part 1
      [flash]http://www.youtube.com/v/p-S7iGK1Xoo&rel=1[/flash]
      part 2
      [flash]http://www.youtube.com/v/mArNObmNohQ&rel=1[/flash]
      part 3
      [flash]http://www.youtube.com/v/C109A1Z8p-k&rel=1[/flash]

      (i cant embed flash it seems, so copy and paste the urls into the address bar to see the vids. the links the the rest will also be available that way.)

      mind you Ive uploaded the english version. the youtube version is from director's cut which is italian and includes an extra 20 or so minutes of footage.

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      Africa Speaks!


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      Africa Speaks!
      Paul L. Hoefler leads an expedition into the Belgian-Congo of 1930

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      From the Actor
      Following the success of the 1927 adventure Bushman, Paul Hoeffler, a renowned adventurer teamed up with Harold Austin, a Californian and set off in search of "a land of giants, pygmies disk-lipped women and other curiosities found in Africa." This film records their daring adventures as they traverse the great African continent.

      THE PLOT: This thrilling film documents live action from the first ever trans-African journey by motor truck from the Indian Ocean to Central Equatorial Africa. Along the way adventurers Paul Hoefler (himself) and Harold Austin (himself) come across some of the most fascinating and largely unknown tribes and wild creatures that inhabit the great African plains. They cross paths with huge four- ton bull elephants, edgy and unpredictable white rhinos and a monstrous swarm of dreaded locusts. None of these however, prepare them for their encounter with a pride of lions, which, without apparent cause or warning, attacks the adventurers. Will Paul and Austin live through this horrendous experience to witness another splendid African sunrise?

      Product Description
      Precious little was known about the mysterious African continent at the turn of the 20th century. Its vast grassy plains, its thick daylight-stopping forests and amazing array of wild life found mention only in the memoirs of explorers like David Livingston. These written records however left much to the imagination of the readers. Several decades later, advancements in motion picture technology and sound recording equipment enabled adventurers Paul Hoefler and Lowell Thomas to bring home a thrilling record of African life on film. Movie audiences across the United States were held spellbound by their daring exploits and the awe-inspiring sights and sounds they captured on celluloid.

      A product of their hard and often risky endeavors, this film is striking for many reasons. To begin with, it was the first of its kind portrayal of the real Africa. Secondly, this is the real stuff - no dramatized reenactments or studio props and no circus trained animals. There was also little possibility for retakes. Thirdly it is the rarity of the subjects captured on celluloid - amazing pygmies, disproportionate giraffe, pompous elephants, and fierce lions. Fourthly the film carries one of the liveliest narrations you will ever hear. Heaped with pun-filled humor, the narration adds loads of value to the presentation. Finally, this film has some priceless live footage of a lion attack and an equally rare lion hunt by the Masai.

      Beyond serving as a fascinating travelogue however, this feature conveys the hardships of life in Africa more than seventy years ago and is surely one that I wouldn't miss. Witness this fascinating true-life adventure that brings fascinating Africa straight into your drawing room! (credit amazon.com)


      http://rapidshare.com/files/95575462...930_.part1.rar
      http://rapidshare.com/files/95582897...930_.part2.rar
      http://rapidshare.com/files/95587293...930_.part3.rar

      Credits to the original uploader.

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      148 Videos FREE TO DOWNLOAD!!! http://nw0.info/?p=Documentaries/

      $1 DVDs to cop. http://www.v911t.org/21_DVDs_Truth.php

      got this info through an awesome network. credit to him.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Vic da god View Post
      Another great info drop from a friend :



      This audio lecture from the ancestor Dr. Asa Hilliard on Cultural Genocide

      http://www.sendspace.com/file/5kwmus

      sendspace is sloooow. let me know if u need to get around it. reply in the forum.

      Greetings Vic!


      This link is not working and many others are not working in your other posts. Double check
      and see if you can update them please.

      Thanks!

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      Greetings Vic!


      This link is not working and many others are not working in your other posts. Double check
      and see if you can update them please.

      Thanks!

      Peace!
      Some are not working because their over a month old. If anyone downloaded them, by all means they can contribute with a Re-Up. Im type busy wit my last year in college workin on the Thesis, so its unlikely that Ill be fixing all broken links. Most of these links I put up are good for a month.

      rapidshare and megaupload links are good for at least 2- 3 months.
      If u have a request let me know.

      Ashe

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