Georgia Probationers Are No Third World Workers

by Wiawimawo of MIM(Prisons) June 2011

A popular story in the bourgeois press this week gave an interesting side-by-side comparison of the lumpen in the United $tates to the Third World proletariat. The story came on the heels of new repressive practices targeting Latinos in the state of Georgia with immigration laws beginning July 1 of this year. For fear of deportation and imprisonment, both of which restrict their ability to work, migrant labor crews made up of Mexicans and Guatemalans are steering clear of Georgia. As a result fruit is rotting in the fields.(1) The story exposes the extreme parasitism of this country that cannot even harvest its own food. Amerikans are so rich and spoiled that the labor market cannot fill jobs paying above minimum wage if the work is too hard. If the labor market were free and open the jobs would fill up instantly, but Amerikans oppose this vehemently as they cannot maintain exploiter-level incomes without closed borders. In these times of economic crisis many of these parasites would have you believe that they are “struggling to put food on the table.” As they let food literally rot in the fields, we see that just is not true.

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This article was originally published at MIM-Prisons. Reposting here does not imply endorsement or agreement. – Nick Like many of the books reviewed in Under Lock & Key, Meditations On Frantz Fanon’s Wretched of the Earth is written by someone who spent most of his adult life in a U.$. prison. That there are so […]

This article was originally published at Countercurrents.org On June 2nd, 2011, former Black Panther and ex-political prisoner, Geronimo ji Jaga, previously known as Geronimo Pratt, died at the age of 63 in Tanzania. Pratt’s story sheds light to the lie that is US justice. Geronimo Pratt, a veteran in the US’s invasion of Vietnam, was […]

This article originally appeared at People of Color Organize! Though Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic role is problematic, something ignored in this article, we are reposting it here for discussion on it broader points on militancy. As always, reposting here does not imply agreement or endorsement.- Nick In his famous 1963 speech to the March […]

By Nikolai Brown US Welfare Cuts Increasingly Affect Emerging Non-White Majority, No Coincidence Low birth rates amongst Whites and migration from exploited countries will lead to the US becoming majority non-White in thirty years. Compared to Whites, this non-White population will also be younger. Thus, it makes sense the Tea Party movement and the Amerikan […]

Ex-Troop Murdered in Arizona SWAT Raid After serving two terms of delivering “shock and awe” to the people of Iraq, 26-year-old former US Marine, Jose Guerena, was gunned down by a Pima County SWAT team in Tucson, Arizona. He was asleep after working a night shift when the SWAT Team arrived to serve a warrant […]

By PTT of MIMP

Jasiri X is a hip hop artist from Pittsburgh who raps the news over some dope beats produced by The Grand Architect Paradise Gray of X Clan. The two release these tracks as videos on youtube.com in a series titled “This Week with Jasiri X.” Jasiri X is popular in activist circles, frequently performing at benefits and rallies. We’ve been bobbing our heads to X’s tracks since the release of OG3 – Oscar Grant Tribute in January 2009, but in light of his most recent release, American Workers vs. Multi-Billionaires, we decided to take a closer look.

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Reply to Swaneagle: The amerikkkkan majority are imperialists and will never change. Ever. (allpowertothepositive.blogspot.com) An exchange from Facebook, based upon a previous article I posted before the Friday night march at Westlake is support of punishing Ian Birk for the murder of John T. Williams. Italics are Swaneagle. “I read what you wrote. What concerns me are […]

Recently, Indigenous activist, Dr. Waziyatawin, gave a speech in which she called for the return of Indigenous land and sovereignty “by any means necessary.” Right on! This Indigenous national liberation struggle in the heart of empire– one which RAIM fully supports– needs allies. These allies are not to be found amongst Whites, which throughout history […]

The Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist Movement has long promoted the document ‘Long Live the Victory of People’s War’ by Lin Biao as a historic example of revolutionary Third World unity in the face of imperialism. Recently, the LLCO has uncovered a Spanish translation. The entire document can be found here in Spanish and here in English. Chapter […]

EC: In the early eighties you wrote Settlers: Mythology of the White Proletariat, a book which had a major impact on many North American anti-imperialists. How did this book come about, and what was so new about its way of looking at things? JS: Settlers completely came about by accident, not design. And what was […]