i woke up this morning thinking about the murder of Marlon Fredericks like every morning since he has been murdred
and i’ve also been thinking about the silence of the big negroes in govt. or could it be that I am not tuned into their channels?
“We must fall on our enemies, the enemies of all righteousness, with a ruthless relentless will to win! History sweeps on, we must not let it escape our influence this time!!!!”
Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson, p 202-204, Bantam Ed., pub. 10/70
but i don’t think not tuning into their channels is the case
cause i wasn’t tuned into their channels last week and i heard two ministers of govt jumping to the defence of the indian high commissioner
one minister in social cohesion harmony went so far in a staged press release to say imran lash on Venkatachalam “does not represent the position of the government”
so it’s only fair for me to ask, what is the govt position on the murder of Marlon Fredericks? not that it would bring him back, but i for one would like to know.
and i don’t wanna hear nothing from you jumbies who love the govt so much that you’re willing to accept murder in plain sight. how many of the murders under the ppp bloody reign did you accept?
and Marlon Fredericks is not the only Guyanese citizen murdered by men in uniform with zero consequences under this govt. there are others.
we’ve talked about these police murders before when Adgar Blackman & Sherwin James were murdered in South Ruimveldt: The Guyana Police regularly murder, torture and brutalise citizens. whether these citizens committed criminal acts is completely irrelevant. the job of law enforcement officers is clearly spelled out and nowhere in there does it mention shocking people on their genitals, punching people or in this most recent case shooting people hiding in tanks. – How Long Will APNU AFC Govt Remain Silent As Guyana Police Continue Murdering Citizens? : December 2015
Charles Peters crime was “wearing old clothes, with what seemed to be mud on his skin”
he ran away from the psychos and they shot him in the back. no commission of inquiry here.
and who wouldn’t run upon seeing some of these crazies in uniform? i drive away upon seeing them on a regular basis. so i guess that makes me a criminal too.
…and finally the question will be resolved with either the uneconomic destruction of the oppressed, or the end of oppression. These are the workings of revolution. It grows in spirals, confrontations, and I mean on all levels. The institutions of society have buttressed the establishment, so I mean all levels have to be assaulted – george jackson aka the dragón
Marlon Fredericks will be buried Friday in Guyana we will continue to hear about Exxon and oil riches to come daily from the big negroes lording over this paper kingdom but nothing about the murder of black men by their uniformed squads of death. and his mother will wail and his family will grieve and most in Guyana will continue to dance along pretending as if everything is social cohesion.
justice is not vengeance but sometimes, sometimes vengeance is just.
“The principal contradiction between the oppressor and oppressed can be reduced to the fact that the only way the oppressor can maintain his position is by fostering, nurturing, building contempt for the oppressed. (Marlon Fredericks smoked cocaine! as repeated over and over again by the scribes of the press) That thing gets out of hand after a while. It leads to excesses that we see and the excesses are growing within the totalitarian state here. (Marlon Fredericks the mad man beaten and kicked in the face multiple times on camera) The excesses breed resistance; resistance is growing. The thing grows in a spiral. (Marlon Fredericks was a thief man) It can only end one way. The excesses lead to resistance, resistance leads to brutality, the brutality leads to more resistance, and finally the question will be resolved with either the uneconomic destruction of the oppressed, or the end of oppression. (Marlon Fredericks shot in the back and left for dead) These are the workings of revolution. It grows in spirals, confrontations, and I mean on all levels. The institutions of society have buttressed the establishment, so I mean all levels have to be assaulted” – George Jackson
and june jordan, i must become a menace to my enemies
I plan to blossom bloody on an afternoon
surrounded by my comrades singing