THIS IS PART OF AN ONGOING ATTACK ON AFRICAN PEOPLE
Recently there have been rumours circulating about gang rape of a 15-year-old young African sister by Asian men in revenge for her attempt to steal from an Asian hair and beauty shop targeted at the African community. In the past few months, there has been an ongoing destruction of black life in the UK. Anthony Walker was axed in the head by white nationalists in July 2005, Paul Coker was killed by Plumstead police in August 2005, Zainab Kalokah was shot at a christening by two young Africans, 15 year old Rochelle Holness was murdered and torn limb from limb in October 2005, and many more other atrocities of which have not been broadcasted by mass media. All these atrocities have been committed by enemies of the African people who constantly take advantage of our lack of organisation. We are fully aware that the lack of police protection when an African life is endangered is what encourages these foes to continue all forms of immoral, horrific actions against our people.
WE CANNOT LET THEM GET AWAY WITH THIS
Africans have been exploited since we set foot in Britain in the late 40s and we did not struggle this far to have our children raped by paedophiles. We built the whole UK and have nothing to show for it. Asians achieved political power on the back of the black riots of the 80s, yet a large part of the Asian community have taken advantage of our economically disabled communities in a capitalist fashion by extracting wealth from our neighbourhoods without providing any employment, re-investment or concessions for us. This 14-year-old African girl took back from those that have taken from us for years. We are going to have to approach this struggle objectively rather than subjectively fighting an emotional war with no direction or plan to end the treatment of our people. The white power government and media will use all its power to promote this atrocity in order to keep the oppressed Africans and Asians at each others throats and not at the main source that put us in this powerless position in the first place. Our struggle is against the brutal men who committed this act and the government for denying us community control of police, limiting us from taking immediate action and bringing justice to the paedophiles who kidnapped and raped our young sister amongst many others abuses. We must all work towards seeing to it that the paedophiles are brought to justice and the shopkeepers will never see the daylight in African communities again.
WHITE POWER SUPPORTS HORIZONTAL VIOLENCE AMONGST OPPRESSED NATIONS
This struggle must be united with our long-term struggle to be self-determining and raise the consciousness of the African working class to mobilise and unite the masses of our people under principles that serve our own interests. It is not progressive for the subjective amongst us to use this incidence to start an African verses Asian struggle, as it will leave us in the same position we are in with no political power. These struggles will only benefit the British government and keep the real enemy out of the oppressed peoples focus. Through out the world, only oppressor nations have benefited from the oppressed peoples fighting with one another. And in every case white power has taking advantage of this by encouraging the disputes amongst the oppressed using the media. This has been evident between the east coast Vs west coast disputes of America, the light skin Vs. dark skin African people of Azania (South Africa) and other parts of Africa, the Tutsi Vs Hutsi of Rwanda, Shiites Vs Sunnis of Iraq, the Bloods Vs Crips of America, among other organised conflicts and civil wars. And in all of these cases, both sides lose heavily whilst white colonial nations benefit economically through the prison, police, media and weapons industry. As stated before, our objective is not to have an Asian verses African clash, but to take fierce action against the government and the men involved in these monstrous crimes. It is clear that any freedom loving and self respecting individual would clearly take opposition to these depraved men and will fight for justice for the young girl that has been victimised by these demons, whether they be African, Asian or European.
BUILD A MOVEMENT TO DEFEND OURSELVES EVERYWHERE WE ARE
The International Peoples Democratic UHURU Movement (InPDUM) calls all African womans and mans dem to play a role in providing organised power for the African community everywhere we are. Contact us to be put in touch with other UHURU movement participants in London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and all parts of UK to provide an organised thrive for self-determination for Africans in Birmingham and all over the world. We are not to blame for these conditions we face but we are fully responsible to see that they come to an end. This issue does not only affect the African masses of Birmingham, but Africans from all parts of the world who are all willing to take fierce action to prevent the ongoing threats on our existence. Our ability to provide an international response can only begin through organisation, community control and strong media that speak in the interests of the African workers. We must see to it that we are well organised in contributing our manpower and resources to make sure any who violates our rights to live in harmony and be self-determining will be brought to justice. TOUCH ONE TOUCH ALL!! Please print and photocopy the attached statement and distribute it everywhere you possibly can.
When: Saturday 22 October
Location: Outside the Beauty Queens Hair Shop in Perry Barr
When: Saturday 22 October
Location: Outside Dalston Cross Shopping Centre, Kingsland High Road, London E8 2LX
Dalston Kingsland Railway Station
Hackney Downs Railway Station 6 minute walk to the North East
Hackney Central Railway Station 8 minute walk to the East
Rectory Road Railway Station 9 minute walk to the North East
Canonbury Railway Station 9 minute walk to the West
Nos. 149, 242, 243 from Liverpool Street tube station
Nos. 67, 76, 149, 243 stop on the High Street.
Nos. 236 stop 200 yards North on Crossway/Shacklewell Lane.
Nos. 30, 38, 56, 242, 277 stop 100 yards south at Dalston Junction.
Highbury & Islington + RAIL or BUS 30, 277/N277 from St Pauls Road
Seven Sisters + BUS 76/N76, 149/N149, 243/N243 from High Road
Finsbury Park + BUS 236/N236 from Station Place
Angel + BUS 30, 38/N38, 56
Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan
Liverpool Street + BUS 149/N149, 242/N242 from Bishopsgate
Elia Mews Car Park 19 minute walk to the South West
Paul Street NCP 19 minute walk to the South West
Macclesfield Road NCP 19 minute walk to the South West
UHURU means FREEDOM!!