WHO ARE BLACKWATCH:
Lovers of Africa with all of it's glory and spirit... it's legacy to the world and it's challenges to transform the world from the cancer of World White Supremacy.
We are the typical people who met in college and were influenced by a common exposure to lecturers that awakened in us a sense of our legacy across this planet. From our 'circle' we added other Africans who we trust with our lives. In the virtual world of 'online", we work together in sharing our insights vis-a-vis the avatar iconogrphy called BLACKWATCH.
BLACKWATCH started in much of the same way that the BlackList/Marcus Garvey BBS began in using email to forward information we deemed important for African people to know. It was a way for us now living across the world from each other to brainstorm values and insights with each other and our growing network of family.
Prior to communicating through this avatar, we have assisted African people from the United Kingdom, Washington DC, New York City/Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and Accra, Adis Abeba. We have collective backgrounds in city planning, communications, mentoring, grassroots organizing, martial arts, metaphysics, astrology, economic planning, and history. Our ages range from 57 to 31. We choose to become a 'collective identity' online to not become seduced by the isolating nature of 'social media'. We are and will always interact in person in the real world.
Unlike the celebrations of history, we see whatever the value that we provide both in the individuals we know to the thing BLACKWATCH represents as the nameless and faceless efforts to reclaim the planet Earth from the negativity of Global World White Supremacy, we agree, is the single most important threat to all life today. Our focus in the daily practice we hold the line by continuing to assist in the many ways to end that threat. It is a path and a way without celebration We do not do it to be right nor for approval. The values that fuel our reasons are our own. The entire world can change and if this negativity exists, then we are On-Point. This is our oath. This is our purpose.
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As BLACKWATCH, we stand apart; engaging groups and teams to help clarify issues of their moment. To help Africa and her children to evolve from the defeat of global enslavement, our insights try to offer perspective as well as challenge illogic.
Our five sisters and brothers have helped craft this message, you/i/we thank you.
One of the most disturbing images to the white mind - even among white liberal progressives, even among Blacks with European minds - is the image of Blacks doing retaliatory or preemptive harm to white people
- 4/2/2003 SFBayView.com
BLACKWATCH - Dr. Brother Raheru Ptah Sun of Asaru's Blog
Posted on July 31, 2008 at 3:57am
Black Agenda Report says support McKinney not Obama
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WEDNESDAY, 02 JULY 2008 02:53
Black Agenda Report | 07.02.2008
Former Georgia congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who seems poised to capture the Green Party presidential nomination, in Chicago, this month, "is at this juncture in historythe only vehicle through which progressives can both register their outrage at Barack Obama and begin the process of rebuilding a mass,… Continue
Posted on July 25, 2008 at 2:37am
RIGHT ON SISTA CYNTHIA!!!
McKinney Blazes NC Trail With Incendiary Speech
by Matt Saldaña Published on Thursday, July 24, 2008 by Indyweek.com
Presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney has moved from blue to green, and similarly, she demonstrated her move to the left side of the political spectrum in a speech she gave in Durham: “It’s time to move from protest to resistance.”
McKinney, a former six-term Democratic congresswoman… Continue
Posted on July 11, 2008 at 2:08am
Since we have seen this sort of "editing" at work, the entire situation should be suspected... as well as the media being held accountable for ignoring it.
In the four-missile version of the image released Wednesday by Sepah News, the media arm of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, two major sections (encircled in red) appear to closely replicate other sections (encircled in orange). (Illustration by The New York Times; photo via Agence… Continue
Posted on July 6, 2008 at 2:42am
Big Oil's Iraq deals are the greatest stick-up in history
The country's invaders should be paying billions in reparations not using the war as a reason to pillage its richest resource
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The Guardian, Friday July 4, 2008
Once oil passed $140 a barrel, even the most rabidly rightwing media hosts had to prove their populist credibility by devoting a portion of every show to bashing Big Oil. Some have gone so far… Continue