MAKE AFRICA NUCLEAR AGAIN ☢️ Will South Africa Be Black Africa’s First NUCLEAR WEAPON State?


If US President Donald Trump can withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Deal why can’t South Africa, which retains 220kg of BOMB-GRADE URANIUM-235 left over from the Apartheid Era, EXIT from the failed NPT and Pelindaba Treaties, rebuild Pretoria’s abandoned NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM and help to transform Africa into a GLOBAL NUCLEAR SUPERPOWER like China and India?


Why should South Africa, the first nation in history to have ever voluntarily dismantled its nuclear arsenal, continue to remain nuclear-free when no other country has since followed her path and eliminated their own nuclear weapons? And why should the African Union (AU) continue to abide by the 1996 Pelindaba Treaty (banning nuclear weapons from the continent) when one of its member nations (Libya) was brutally attacked by nuclear powers in 2011 in flagrant violation of the spirit of said treaty?

Furthermore, why are African nations continuing to adhere to the 1968 Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) when the current US president openly flouts his own country’s commitments under that same agreement by boldly declaring his intention to expand the US nuclear arsenal in his megalomaniacal quest to ‘Make America Great Again’?

In the absence of convincing answers to these questions the AU should break free of this global system of nuclear apartheid, undertake an Africa-wide ‘Manhattan Project’ and build a nuclear arsenal that will forever secure us against the transgressions from which we have suffered like no other people on Earth.

For those who may smile at the notion that Africans possess the nuclear infrastructure and expertise with which to pursue such an ambitious goal it’s worth their remembering that South Africa’s Pelindaba Nuclear Reactor, which lay at the heart of the former apartheid regime’s military nuclear program (and through which it developed seven nuclear devices), remains fully operational and the country still retains 220kg of the weapons-grade uranium (HEU-235) with which those warheads were armed.

This gives Pretoria, many of whose apartheid-era nuclear weapon scientists still reside in the country (and who, in 1991, saw their entire life’s work go down the drain), the technical capability to build and deploy twelve implosion-design NUCLEAR WEAPONS for the AU’s strategic deterrent arsenal in 2018.

Taken together with Algeria’s Es Salam heavy water reactor, Egypt’s ETRR-1/2, Ghana’s GHARR-1, Libya’s IRT-1, Morocco’s MA-R1 and Nigeria’s NIRR-1 nuclear reactors (along with a new Russian-built Algerian nuclear plant due to become operational in 2022 and new Russian and Chinese nuclear reactors scheduled for construction in Nigeria, Kenya and Egypt), the AU also possesses the requisite nuclear expertise with which to sustain such a deterrent.

The need for a Pan African nuclear deterrent is rendered all the more urgent by the strong likelihood that apartheid South Africa may have issued a false declaration in 1992 that massively understated the stockpile of bomb-grade nuclear material that was produced at her uranium enrichment Valindaba ‘Y-Plant’ between 1978 and 1990 (a discrepancy, according to some, of around 526 kilos of HEU-235) and that rogue elements within the former Afrikaner security establishment may yet retain as many as 30 Nagasaki-level nuclear weapons as an ‘insurance policy’ in the event of an unforeseen ‘contingency’ such as the looming Julius Malema and EFF-led expropriation of white-owned farm land.


In the absence of a legally-binding and penalty-enforcing timetable for the complete elimination of their own nuclear arsenals the declared nuclear powers should be served notice of Africa’s intention to stage a ‘Nuclear Brexit’ by withdrawing from the NPT and Pelindaba Treaties and joining them in the same nuclear weapons club which they have thus far stubbornly failed to disband.

The African people should be under no obligation to abide by the shameful terms of a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (NWFZ) treaty banishing nuclear weapons from our continent which, along with the Treaty of Tlatelolco (establishing a NWFZ in Latin America), the Treaty of Bangkok (establishing a NWFZ in South East Asia) and the Treaty of Rarotonga (establishing the same in the Pacific), provide the legal framework for the global system of nuclear apartheid which outlaws the right of nuclear self-defence throughout the Southern Hemisphere while preserving the virtual nuclear weapons hegemony of the (white) North.

Furthermore, the NATO invasion of Libya in 2011 was a criminal violation of the spirit of the Pelindaba Treaty by Western powers who felt emboldened to proceed with such an assault by virtue of the immunity afforded them by their status as nuclear weapon states – an act of aggression which they would have been loath to pursue had the AU possessed the nuclear capability with which to hold their own national capitals at risk. As a consequence of NATO’s aggression, the AU’s member nations were released from their own obligations under its terms and the treaty itself was rendered null and void.

Having since watched US President Donald Trump further defy world opinion by withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement, NAFTA and the Iranian Nuclear Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, Africans are now left wondering why they should continue to abide by either the NPT or Pelindaba Accords when the AU owes no fidelity to, nor should she be bound by, global covenants for which the rest of the world has displayed nothing but contempt.

And now that Mr Trump is planning to add insult to injury by staging a DPRK-style nuclear missile parade in Washington DC for the sole purpose of cowing mankind with a vulgar display of America’s military might (while Africans continue to endure their own continent’s unceasing degradation and impotence) the time has come for the AU to deliver an unequivocal and resounding nuclear response.


Those who would argue that Africans have more pressing needs (such as affordable healthcare, universal education, internet access, clean water, better housing, etc.) than the pursuit of a nuclear deterrent place upon themselves the burden of explaining how our having any of those things might have prevented the colonisation of the African continent or the trans-Atlantic enslavement of her people. A prosperous society and thriving economy did little to save Libya from NATO’s vicious assault in 2011 – an act of aggression which could only have been deterred by a Pan African nuclear capability.

Nor did the fact that Europe’s Jews were among the wealthiest and most successful people on their continent save them from their genocidal fate when the Nazis seized power, dispossessed them of their worldly belongings and marched them to their deaths by the millions in the labour camps and gas chambers of the Holocaust.

Having learned the bitter lesson that those who seek prosperity while neglecting their own security will end up with neither, the Jewish survivors of ‘the Shoah’ vowed to never again repeat that mistake and armed their new Middle Eastern homeland with nuclear weapons in the 1960s and at a time when Israel was an economically-challenged upstart fighting for her very survival.

And when one considers that the rationale behind Israel’s development of a nuclear deterrent was to secure her against any repetition of the Nazi genocide (in which six million Jews were murdered) who could justifiably argue that the African continent – which lost one hundred million souls to the European slave trade – is any less entitled to a nuclear arsenal every inch as lethal as that of the Jewish state?

China and India, both of whom had once been colonised and plundered by Britain, also built the Bomb during the 1960s and long before they had become the economic powerhouses we know today. They, too, learned that security precedes prosperity and acted on that realisation. Indeed, in all three cases, the development of nuclear weapons by relatively underdeveloped countries like themselves became a deep source of national pride at the surmounting of so formidable a technological challenge and made national heroes of their scientists, mathematicians and engineers. This, in turn, provided their youth with the right kinds of scientific role models whose later participation in their respective economies was to serve as a powerful propellant for their rapid development into the industrial marvels we know today. But a nuclear deterrent came first.


By sad contrast, Africans and her diaspora brethren, having never witnessed any comparable scientific or technological breakthroughs by their own continent, have instead seen their youth reduced to the idolising of sportspersons and entertainers as the role models in whose career paths to follow – and to seek success in those fields in which Black excellence has traditionally been most readily seen and celebrated.

But just imagine how different the story of Black America (and Africa) might have been had the youngsters of that era, rather than lauding the induction of Jackie Robinson into America’s national baseball league or cheering on the pugilistic prowess of Joe Louis, had instead been captivated by the ingenuity of the Black American physicists and mathematicians who participated in the WWII-era Manhattan Project?

That is not a hypothetical question. Several black Americans did, in fact, play key roles in America’s effort to build the atom bombs that won the Second World War. Some of these great, but shamefully ignored, scientists include: Lloyd Albert Quaterman, Ernest J. Wilkins, Sidney Thompson, Clarence Turner, Samuel P. Massie Jr., Robert J. Omohundro, Sherman Carter, Jasper Jeffries, Benjamin Scott, Ralph Gardner, Harold Evans, Clyde Dillard, Edwin R. Russell, George W. Reed, Moddie D. Taylor and the brothers William J. and Lawrence H. Knox.

The inorganic chemist Moddie Taylor was based at the University of Chicago and it was his role and that of his colleagues to demonstrate that a fissionable material could achieve critical mass, thus proving that nuclear fission could be used as an energy source – or a weapon. Another talent, the physicist Lloyd Quaterman, was specifically praised by the US Secretary of War for “work essential to the production of the atomic bomb, thereby contributing to the successful conclusion of WWII.” And yet another gifted physicist and mathematician, Ernest J. Wilkins, was a member of the Enrico Fermi research team and played a central role in helping to solve the riddle of the atom.

In addition, ‘Little Boy’ and ‘Fat Man’, the two atom bombs that were dropped on Japan by the United States in 1945, were armed with high-grade African uranium from the Shinkolobwe mine in the Congo. Indeed, so central were Black American scientists (and African natural resources) to the completion of the Los Alamos enterprise that the eminent white physicist Arthur Holly Compton remarked that the atom bomb project was unique in bringing together “coloured and white, Christian and Jew” for a common purpose.

The woeful suppression of the crucial part played by Africans and Black Americans in the Manhattan Project denied an entire generation of our youngsters the scientist-heroes in whose paths they might have otherwise trodden and instead condemned them to failure, underachievement, crime and incarceration in the decades that followed. We now owe the present generation of Black nuclear physicists, many of whom lie buried away in obscurity at America’s nuclear weapons laboratories like Lawrence Livermore, Sandia, Oak Ridge and Los Alamos, every opportunity to emulate their WWII forerunners (and make up for several lost decades) by unleashing the full force of their scientific prowess in the development of a Pan African nuclear deterrent.


Anyone thinking of spouting that stale ‘Africa is too unstable to have nuclear weapons’ mantra should know that Africans will take no lessons in the responsible handling of a nuclear capability from the world’s nuclear powers who, between them, have had more nuclear incidents, accidents and downright meltdowns than one could shake a stick at.

From the 1961 Idaho Falls ‘Faded Giant’ to the 1980 Titan II ‘Broken Arrow’ to the 2007 Minot/Barksdale Base ‘Bent Spear’ to reactor failures at Three Mile Island and Chernobyl to the loss of fully-armed nuclear weapons on no less than eleven separate occasions, Africans have stood witness to the genocidal recklessness and cartoonish ineptitude with which the world’s (white) nuclear powers have themselves mishandled the world’s most dangerous weapons and will brook no sermons about our own fitness to develop the same technology nor will we ever entertain the surrender of black South Africa’s priceless inventory of highly enriched uranium into such irresponsible hands.

The threat to global security posed by America’s stubborn refusal to deactivate the hair-trigger ‘Launch-On-Warning’ status of her own nuclear arsenal – a suicidal doctrine that condemns humankind to the constant threat of oblivion by means of an accidental nuclear war – dwarfs by a thousand orders of magnitude the highly exaggerated ‘proliferation’ or ‘nuclear terrorism’ risks supposedly arising from the stash of fissile material locked away at Pelindaba.


As the first nuclear weapon state to have unilaterally disposed of her own nuclear arsenal, South Africa now has the moral authority and historic obligation to withdraw from the NPT and Pelindaba Accords, reconstitute her nuclear weapons program and re-join the nuclear club if the existing nuclear powers fail to make good on their own commitments to follow in her footsteps and dismantle their own nuclear arsenals.

And having once mobilised mankind in the battle against racial apartheid, South Africa now stands poised to lead the world in the even greater crusade to abolish nuclear apartheid (and secure global nuclear disarmament) by proceeding to rearm herself with the nuclear weapons she once possessed.

Pretoria’s decision to rebuild her nuclear arsenal would enable South Africa to unify the entire African continent into a single state and thus realise the long sought-after dream of a futuristic, Wakanda-style Pan African utopia. Through an Africa-wide ‘Manhattan Project’ that brings together the nuclear specialists of her global diaspora (under the determined leadership of an ‘African Oppenheimer’) the AU must now embark upon the full nuclear rearmament of the African continent in order to take its rightful place alongside former British colonies-turned-nuclear superpowers like China and India.

The spectre of a renuclearised Africa could also be utilised to leverage the former colonial and slave trading nations of Europe into paying reparations to Africa’s slave descendants in her global diaspora as well as forcing the AU’s admission onto the UN Security Council as its sixth permanent member.

President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ pledge to build an even ‘bigger and better’ nuclear arsenal than his predecessors (in flagrant defiance of America’s NPT undertakings), coupled with his reported disparagement of African nations as ‘sh*tholes’, obliges Africans to now pursue their own corresponding ‘Africa First’ policy that will seek to ‘Make Africa Great Again’ through the revival of Pretoria’s previously dismantled nuclear weapons effort – along with a complimentary intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) program to deliver it.

Inspired by India’s Agni-V, China’s DF-41 and the DPRK’s Hwasong-15 missile programs, the African Union – working through South Africa’s National Space Agency and aided by South African patriot Elon Musk’s SpaceX corporation – could rapidly deploy its own nuclear-tipped Falcon Heavy-style ICBM (let’s call it the ‘Assegai-III’ after the feared Zulu javelin) along with a fleet of Liaoning-class African aircraft carriers under the military command of a ‘Pan African NATO’ and that will serve to deter any future misadventures by foreign aggressors.

The outgoing apartheid regime’s racially-motivated 1991 decision to dispose of its nuclear arsenal for fear of its inheritance by a successor black majority government was a despicable racist deed which the international community has since conspired to depict as a stellar act of selflessness and is one that must now be reversed through South Africa’s rebirth as a nuclear weapon state – and capped off with the successful conduct of a Vela-style nuclear test to demonstrate the capability by no later than December 2018.


The choice is now clear: the declared nuclear powers must rid themselves of their own arsenals or the day won’t be long in coming when African-descended billionaires the likes of Dangote, Smith, Adenuga, Motsepe, Musk and Alakija, could one day bankroll a Pan African ‘Manhattan Project’.

And in some top secret ‘African Natanz’ buried deep in the continent’s jungle and bunkered deeper still beneath her rich soil, thousands of Zippe centrifuges, digitally synchronised by IBM and Fujitsu supercomputers and each spinning at supersonic speed, could one day churn out hundreds of kilos of highly enriched African uranium which, once extracted and deposited in secure containers, would be transported under African special forces escort and Sukhoi combat air cover to a top secret nuclear weaponisation facility.

And upon arrival at an ‘African Dimona’ quantities of the HEU-235 would be manicured into grapefruit-sized spheres and painstakingly installed, radioactive orb by radioactive orb, into the physics packages of a Pan African arsenal of W88-like miniaturised, tapered thermonuclear warheads – the long dreaded ‘African Bomb’.

Not long thereafter an orbiting US spy satellite on a routine assignment may find itself having detected an unidentified tremor in the Kalahari Desert. For days earlier a team of nuclear engineers, led by an ‘African A.Q. Khan’ and working under cover of darkness, would have carefully lowered a 750Kt fusion device of Teller-Ulam design down the 1km deep shaft of a disused Namibian diamond mine and awaited further instructions.

And in some distant African presidential palace, its ornate entrance flanked by two Sphinx-sized lion mega-statues and defended by a battery of Umkhonto surface-to-air missiles, an iPhone handset would have buzzed to life in the bejewelled hand of an ‘African Ben Gurion’ with the historic news that the ‘item’ was now securely in place and “ready for testing, Your Excellency.”

If this world wishes to avert a ‘Castle Bravo’ or ‘Ivy Mike’ event on African soil her nuclear weapon states would be well advised to keep their long-broken disarmament promises lest mighty Africa make good on her rearmament threats and become the nuclear superpower she has every moral, political and strategic right to be.

Paul T. Bitakaramire

21st February 2018

United Kingdom


Malcolm X, Trump & the Goldwater Effect


Has the election of President Donald Trump, a man rightly or wrongly perceived as ‘prejudiced’, already produced a favorable ‘Goldwater Effect’ of the kind Malcolm X mooted in this remarkably prophetic video clip in which he argues that the potential 1964 victory of the ultra-conservative Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater (and his perceived antipathy towards minority groups) would have been a positive development and one that drove said groups to greater self-reliance and productivity – and may this help to explain the recent announcement of a dramatic fall in Black unemployment since Trump took power?

And, if so, could it be that Trump’s perceived bigotry is, paradoxically and counter-intuitively, producing unintentionally beneficial outcomes in Black America and elsewhere in much the same way the Nazi Holocaust motivated Jews to create the State of Israel and the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki traumatized Japan into a post-war economic miracle?

The Canary in the Coal Mine


By virtue of the number of times he was searched by Malcolm X’s security guards upon his arrival at the Audubon Ballroom on 21st February 1965 – “three or four times” by his own admission – and by virtue of what was to occur moments later, namely the assassination of Malcolm X, it is now beyond any dispute that the presence of one LINWARD X CATHCART (aka Abdul Karriem Muhammad), a ‘lieutenant’ in the Newark Mosque #25 Fruit of Islam (FOI), and the suspicions he aroused by his behaviour (such as to necessitate multiple searches of his person), now identifies Linward X (the so-called ‘Sixth Assassin’) as the ‘canary in the coal mine’ and the first sign to those present that something evil was afoot, something terrible was at hand, that wintry Sunday afternoon…

The Great Or Else


Malcolm X was the great “Or Else” of the entire Civil Rights era. He was the lever and propulsion system behind every concession the civil rights leaders were able to extract from Washington DC’s decision makers. He was the spectre the civil rights leaders repeatedly evoked in order to prise concessions from Capitol Hill. Every negotiating strategy of the civil rights leaders was built on this binary predicate: either give Black Americans their just due or you will have Malcolm and his ilk to deal with. Put simply, Malcolm was their entire bargaining hand. It is therefore he, and not Martin Luther King, that was the pivot and driving force behind every signal legislative and societal achievement of the civil rights period. 

Can Dennis Rodman AVERT a Nuclear War?


Yep, Dennis Rodman.

There once was a time when Rodman’s friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was frowned upon as a curiosity born of their mutual eccentricity, a peculiar alchemy that blended Rodman’s attention-seeking penchant for the outrageous with Jong-un’s fetish for Black American pop culture. But as the world now finds itself teetering on the brink of a calamitous nuclear conflict, could it be that Rodman – as perhaps the only American who enjoys a personal rapport with America’s deadliest foe – could very well hold the key to world peace by opening a line of communication between America’s combustible president, Donald Trump, and the enigmatic despot of the DPRK?

Most might dismiss the idea out of hand. After all, Rodman is viewed as a lip-piercing celebrity has-been with little diplomatic experience or geostrategic aptitude. But what if his lack of those attributes was precisely what well-suited him to playing this historic role? What if the perceived naiveté of this African-American NBA Hall of Famer were just what was required to bridge the cultural and generational chasm separating a nuclear-armed 33-year old Asian demigod from his 71-year old white American nemesis?

For if the alternative is a planet-ending atomic holocaust, there are surely worse ideas than this.

The Green Light


On 7th December 1964 the so-called ‘Supreme Captain’ of the Nation of Islam (NOI), Raymond Sharrieff, issued what was, up to that point, the most explicit threat to the life of Malcolm X to have emerged from the leadership of Elijah Muhammad’s organisation when he took to Chicago’s Crusader newspaper to declare:

“We hereby OFFICIALLY warn you that the Nation of Islam shall no longer tolerate your scandalising the name of our leader and teacher the Hon. Elijah Muhammad regardless of where such scandalising has been.” 

Such a threat could not have been made without the explicit sanction and approval of Elijah Muhammad – a man whose apologists stubbornly insist was either unaware or disapproving of any efforts by his own followers to take Malcolm’s life.

The significance of the Sharrieff declaration as an official ‘Green Light’ from the NOI’s leadership to its rank-and-file to proceed with any and all efforts to murder Malcolm cannot be rationalised away as a mere statement of the NOI’s intention to pursue a propaganda campaign against its former star minister since such an effort had been underway from the moment of his departure from the organisation in March of that year – and with its most vicious iteration having appeared only four days earlier in the 3rd December edition of the NOI’s own newspaper, the Muhammad Speaks, which carried Boston Mosque #11 Minister Louis X Farrakhan’s infamous “such a man as Malcolm is worthy of death” screed.

Had Malcolm Lived


The 1965 assassination of Malcolm X was a public policy calamity of immeasurable magnitude and one that may have cost American taxpayers trillions of dollars in wasted spending on Big Government programs that were born of the integrationist philosophy that Malcolm routinely demolished in every single public forum and televised debate in which it was pitted against his independence philosophy. 

Malcolm anticipated and resolved numerous race-based public policy debates decades before they took place (such as the discord over School Bussing and Affirmative Action). His assassination denied both the American public and, more importantly, US policy makers the opportunity to fully hear-out his philosophical positions in a way that might have shaped social policy and prevented the wasted expenditure of trillions of taxpayer dollars on programs that Malcolm had already shown to be unworkable since they were premised on flawed assumptions and misguided notions about how best to redress inequities between the races in a truly effective and lasting fashion. 

When Malcolm was murdered the single most effective exponent of the independence ideological paradigm was silenced and removed from the contest of ideas with the integrationist proponents. As a consequence, the only voices in Black America that gained a hearing in the White House and amongst Washington DC policy makers were those representing the already-doomed integrationist paradigm. 

This flawed philosophical construct went on to feed its misguided ideas into the policy-making machinery on Capitol Hill only to emerge from that process in the form of Big Government programs like the aforementioned School Bussing and Affirmative Action initiatives. These ill-conceived social programs likely cost American taxpayers trillions of dollars in wasted spending, produced civil and political strife, divided the races against each other, sowed resentment, reinforced the very cultural stereotypes they were supposed to extinguish and, years on, have precious little to show by way of appreciable progress towards the goals at which they were aimed.

As Malcolm demonstrates in this exchange with Wyatt Tee Walker and James Farmer (both of whom were surrogates for Martin Luther King), Affirmative Action programs were never destined to produce what Malcolm describes as a ‘real solution’ to the inequities they were designed to redress since they would have simply led to demands for ‘more than equality’ without achieving the desired outcomes. Malcolm argued that Black Americans should instead take their cue from the newly-independent African nations (and, by implication, newly-arrived American immigrants) and mobilise the talents and resources that Black Americans already possessed to redress the inequities which the integrationists sought to correct through Big Government social programs.

Had Malcolm lived and, more importantly, been granted more frequent opportunities to contest these misguided integrationist philosophical arguments before a watching public he would have likely won over not just the entirety of Black America but the overwhelming majority of White Americans, both at the public and policy-making levels and at both ends of the ideological spectrum, and Malcolm’s ideas would have successfully steered the 1960s on a vastly different ideological course, fed into the policy-making machinery on Capitol Hill and emerged in the form of government-backed but public-led initiatives that would have long ago put to bed the entire ‘race problem’ in America. 

Malcolm’s assassination was therefore a public policy catastrophe of incalculable proportions but is not one that is entirely unsalvageable. What must now occur is for Malcolm’s philosophical positions (as aired during his numerous TV appearances) to be placed before the public for a second time in a series of global broadcasts and town halls and for the world to finally be granted the opportunity to fully hear-out those positions unfiltered and in a way we were previously denied. These broadcasts and debates should be part of a new Malcolm-led global conversation designed to reshape public policy and finally produce the social and economic outcomes that were tragically deferred when Malcolm was slain.

Trump Must Apologize…


PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP MUST ISSUE A FULL & UNRESERVED PUBLIC APOLOGY TO THE ‘CENTRAL PARK FIVE’….For succumbing to the relentlessly racist TV and newspaper coverage of their case (by the ‘liberal’ news media) which, at the time, portrayed them as mindless savages and that helped to inspire a private citizen like #MrTrump to take out full page adverts in the ‘liberal’ #NewYorkTimes in which he called for their punishment by Death…


…that the ‘liberal’ New York Times, which FREELY chose to take his money and PUBLISH his adverts and thus gave the #racism of which it now FALSELY accuses him a GLOBAL PLATFORM; which, at the time, carried daily FRONT PAGE stories of its OWN condemning the #CentralParkFive as GUILTY of the rape of the jogger #TrishaMeili and of their deserving of long term INCARCERATION; which, at the time, editorialised its fulsome PRAISE for #MrTrump and published screeds favouring the HARSHEST possible penalty for the accused perpetrators; which, at the time, was JOINED by the ‘liberal’ #WashingtonPost, #NewYorkDailyNews, #LosAngelesTimes, #BostonGlobe and every other ‘liberal’ newspaper in America in calling for their MERCILESS prosecution; and was further JOINED, at the time, by the ‘liberal’ reporters of #CBS, #NBC and #ABC in their hate-filled NIGHTLY news broadcasts that PLASTERED the faces of the Central Park Five all over PLANET EARTH as wild animals deserving of UNFORGIVING retribution…

…have all agreed to PRECEDE #PresidentTrump by issuing their own COLLECTIVE GLOBAL APOLOGY for the despicable role which they themselves played in BRAINWASHING the public with their OWN viciously racist propaganda and thus helping to perpetrate a racially-motivated MISCARRIAGE of justice which they would now have the world FALSELY believe was the SOLE responsibility of #DonaldTrump and his advertising campaign.


The Racism of Jimmy Breslin


There is ample reason to suspect that the writer Jimmy Breslin, in response to whose passing many in his profession have been tripping over themselves to eulogize, may have been one of the most despicable (and fateful) racists in the history of American letters. 

For as was to later emerge in 2005, Mr Breslin who on the morning of the 21st of February 1965 was heading off to attend yet another one of the many galas at which his fellow white ‘journalists’ routinely congratulate themselves on a job badly done, reportedly received a tip-off from a white source within the NYPD urging him to cancel those plans and instead head on down to Harlem’s Audubon Ballroom and, upon arrival at the venue, to make good and sure to sit “well back” from the stage area where, shortly thereafter, Malcolm X was scheduled to appear to address his supporters.

The rest is now history and it is a period about which the notoriously loquacious Mr Breslin, with the solitary exception of a news story that featured in the following morning’s issue of the New York Herald Tribune reporting Malcolm’s shocking assassination (and a story Mr Breslin later tweaked for the paper’s afternoon edition after a scolding he received from the NYPD), has had surprisingly little to say. 

And just why might that be? Could it perhaps be that Mr Breslin, like many white ‘journalists’ of that era, was a party to the media operations of the FBI’s Counter-Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO) – and to which many an unscrupulous white reporter volunteered their services – in assisting cross-dressing Director J. Edgar Hoover’s criminal efforts to destroy African-American leaders like Martin Luther King and Malcolm X for the simple crime of having the temerity to challenge their country to finally live up to the ideals it falsely professed? 

And is it any wonder then that many of the same white reporters that have taken to Twitter to hashtag and rhapsodise about their deceased colleague now fancy themselves to be ‘feisty truth-seekers’ who are carrying on what they would have us believe to have been Mr Breslin’s ‘noble legacy’ of holding to account the great and powerful as they’ve supposedly been doing with the embattled President Donald Trump?

The sickening indifference they’ve all displayed regarding the questionable character of the man upon whom they’ve been heaping fulsome praise, now makes it plain that whatever the shortcomings of the new president, few are less qualified than those self-same ‘reporters’ to perform that necessary task.

Alvan, Louis & Malcolm


ALVAN X WALCOTT: the (now deceased) Brother of current Nation of Islam leader #LouisFarrakhan and one of the suspects in the 14 February 1965 firebomb attack on the New York home of #MalcolmX#AlvanX also reportedly collaborated with Captain Clarence X Gill of Boston’s Mosque #11 and Captain John X Peters of Springfield’s Mosque #13 in an effort to obtain a pistol silencer from the late Leon X Ameer for use in an assassination attempt on Malcolm X.

The reason this matters is that, as the MINISTER of the aforementioned Mosque #11 (and as the BROTHER of Alvan X), there is simply no way in the world that LOUIS FARRAKHAN was not, at a minimum, aware of these specific efforts to murder Malcolm and, at worst, an active PARTICIPANT in them. This would flatly contradict Farrakhan’s long-standing assertion that the only role he may have played in Malcolm’s assassination was speaking vitriolic words that contributed to the murderous climate. Farrakhan, it would now appear, may have been a DIRECT and ACTIVE participant in the Malcolm X murder plot.

Malcolm himself referred to the roles of Alvan X and Captains Gill and Peters in efforts to take his life in this 1965 TV interview.