The C.O.W.S. AMERICAN SNIPER Part III | Friday, January 8th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific on BLACK TALK RADIO NETWORK™


listen-000000The Context of White Supremacy hosts the third study session on the top selling autobiography of worshiped White killer Chris Kyle, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History. Kyle was killed by another White veteran in February of 2013 – ironically, at a gun range on U.S. soil. Whites transformed Kyle’s narrative into a feature length production with a December 25th release; Clint “Dirty Harry” Eastwood is reported to have delivered one his best directing efforts. Last week’s session detailed Kyle’s preparations for his wedding. His White comrades in death tattooed Playboy bunnies on his naked body and crammed ice cubes down his underpants; this scene highlights the homoerotic undertones of the book and White culture in total. As the System of White Supremacy is propelled by deception, we’ll remain alert for possible fabrications. True or not, this text reveals much about the nature of White pathology and the religion of White Supremacy – which mandates ceaseless violence against non-white people. Listeners should remain mindful of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s commentary on the symbolic meaning of the gun in White Supremacy Culture.

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The C.O.W.S. | Kemetia M. Afrika: WORKPLACE RACISM: Tuesday, March 4th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific on Black Talk Radio Network™


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The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Kemetia M. Afrika. She operates the Innerstanding Isness Radio Program and Website. Both efforts are dedicated to sharing information to help liberate the minds, spirits, and bodies of non-white people from global white terror domination. Kemetia M. Afrika was employed as a civilian for the Department of Defense – which offered a bird’s eye view of global White Terrorism. We’re eager to hear more information about how White trained killers functioned in the workplace. Apparently, Racist jokes and petty slights were hourly occurrences. We’ll also hear how White people respond when a non-white person is given the title of “supervisor”. Kemetia M. Afrika was designated a “supervisor”; we’ll see if she was given proper training and information to successfully manage her troops. We’ll also explore how her non-white “subordinates” treated her. There didn’t seem to be a wealth of “black love”. As White military operations are a global, we’ll compare and contrast her experiences outside the US. We’ll also get information on non-white, non-black people – if they too are under the heel of White Supremacy and how they view black people.





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War Atrocities May Be Fueled by Racism

War Atrocities Fueled by Racial Prejudice

New research suggests war stress may not be the reason soldiers mutilate enemy corpses or take body parts as trophies.

Investigators from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) believe this sort of misconduct has most often been carried out by fighters who viewed the enemy as racially different from themselves and used images of the hunt to describe their actions.

“The roots of this behavior lie not in individual psychological disorders,” said social anthropologist Dr. Simon Harrison, “but in a social history of racism and in military traditions that use hunting metaphors for war.

“Although this misconduct is very rare, it has persisted in predictable patterns since the European Enlightenment. This was the period when the first ideologies of race began to appear, classifying some human populations as closer to animals than others.”

European and North American soldiers who have mutilated enemy corpses appear to have drawn racial distinctions of this sort between close and distant enemies.

Researchers say that historically, European and North American soldiers have “fought” their close enemies yet did not touch their bodies after death. However, when they “hunted” their distant enemies the bodies became the trophies that demonstrate masculine skill.

Almost always, only enemies viewed as belonging to other ‘races’ have been treated in this way, said the researchers.

“This is a specifically racialized form of violence,” said Harrison, “and could be considered a type of racially motivated hate crime specific to military personnel in wartime.”

People tend to associate head-hunting and other trophy-taking with”primitive” warfare. They consider wars fought by professional militaries as rational and humane. However, such contrasts are misleading.

The study shows that the symbolic associations between hunting and war that can give rise to abnormal behavior such as trophy-taking in modern military organizations are remarkably close to those in certain indigenous societies where practices such as head-hunting were a recognized part of the culture.

In both cases, mutilation of the enemy dead occurs when enemies are represented as animals or prey. Parts of the corpse are removed like trophies at “the kill.”

Metaphors of war-as-hunting that lie at the root of such behavior are still strong in some armed forces in Europe and North America – not only in military training but in the media and in soldiers’ own self-perception.

Harrison gave the example of the Second World War and shows that trophy-taking was rare on the European battlefields but was relatively common in the war in the Pacific, where some Allied soldiers kept skulls of Japanese combatants as mementos or made gifts of their remains to friends back home.

The study also gives a more recent comparison: there have been incidents in Afghanistan in which NATO personnel have desecrated the dead bodies of Taliban combatants but there is no evidence of such misconduct occurring in the conflicts of the former Yugoslavia where NATO forces were much less likely to have considered their opponents racially “distant.”

Nevertheless, researchers say the behavior is not a tradition. These practices are usually not explicitly taught. Indeed, they seem to be quickly forgotten after the end of wars and veterans often remain unaware of the extent to which they occurred.

Importantly, attitudes towards the trophies themselves change as the enemy ceases to be the enemy.

The study shows how human remains kept by Allied soldiers after the Pacific War became unwanted memory objects over time, which ex-servicemen or their families often donated to museums.

In some cases, veterans have made great efforts to seek out the families of Japanese soldiers in order to return their remains and to disconnect themselves from a disturbing past.

Harrison said human trophy-taking is evidence of the power of metaphor in structuring and motivating human behavior.

“It will probably occur, in some form or other, whenever war, hunting and masculinity are conceptually linked,” he says. “Prohibition is clearly not enough to prevent it. We need to recognize the dangers of portraying war in terms of hunting imagery.”

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Tea Party Marine who called President Obama ‘the enemy’ is kicked out of the military and will lose his benefits

The Marine Corps said Wednesday it has decided to discharge a sergeant for criticizing President Barack Obama on Facebook.

The Corps said Sgt. Gary Stein will be given an other-than-honorable discharge for violating Pentagon policy limiting speech of service members.

‘Obama is the economic enemy… He is the religious enemy… he is the ‘Fundamentally change’ America enemy… he IS the Domestic Enemy,’ Stein wrote on Facebook, according to court documents.

He also said: ‘Screw Obama and I will not follow all orders from him.’

The San Diego-area Marine, 26, has served nearly 10 years in the Marine Corps. He has said he was exercising his free-speech rights.

The discharge will mean he loses all benefits.

A federal judge previously denied a request to block military discharge proceedings against Stein.

US District Judge Marilyn Huff ruled then that the military has the right to respond to Stein’s online comments in a case that has called into question the Pentagon’s policies regarding social media and the limits regarding the speech of active duty military personnel.

Attorney J. Mark Brewer told Huff the entire process violates the First Amendment, which federal courts have the right to uphold.

Huff disagreed, calling Stein’s postings ‘truly troubling.’ Service members have had their speech limited since the Civil War, especially if their comments are believed to disrupt good order and discipline.

‘Screw Obama’: Stein will lose his military benefits as a result of the ‘other-than-honorable’ discharge from the Marine Corps

The judge pointed out Stein’s March 1 comments on a Facebook page used by Marine Corps meteorologists in which the sergeant stated, ‘Screw Obama and I will not follow all orders from him.’

Steinhas kept a webpage for two years about the armed forces tea party group he founded, which has a disclaimer that the views were his own and didn’t reflect those of his employer.

However, last month a military panel recommended to a general that Stein, who has served in the military for nine years and served in Iraq, be given an ‘other-than-honorable discharge’ that also would strip him of all benefits.

A general must still decide the outcome, but Stein’s lawyers argued Friday in federal court in San Diego that Huff had the right to intervene because the ongoing proceedings go too far and are chilling the speech of Stein and other service members.

Attorney J. Mark Brewer told Huff the entire process violates the First Amendment, which federal courts have the right to uphold.

Stein went on to state that he supports and defends the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

‘Obama is the economic enemy … He is the religious enemy … he is the ‘Fundamentally change’ America enemy … he IS the Domestic Enemy,’ Stein wrote, according to court documents filed by prosecutors based on a screen grab of the page.

San Diego court: A federal judge on Friday rejected Sgt. Gary Stein’s injunction to halt a military tribunal’s recommendation that he receive the discharge

Stein later clarified in a posting that he would not follow any unlawful orders from the president. Huff commended Stein for doing that, but she said ‘nevertheless, he made a very strong statement.’

In making her ruling, Huff told Stein that service members have several options to appeal any ruling within the military, including asking for a review by a board of civilians.

Stein acknowledged after the hearing that the options are available only after he has been discharged – which he wants to stop from happening.

Stein has since written on his Facebook page: ‘I have said over and over that the words that I used were tasteless and I could have articulated my point more clearly. I am man enough to admit my mistakes which I did from the beginning.

‘I have never been given an order to stop posting. I firmly believe that Military members do enjoy the same rights guaranteed by the Constitution to every American.

‘Furthermore I firmly believe my comments, no matter the tastefulness, are protected by the Constitution,’ he wrote. ‘Service members do not lay aside their God given, Constitutionally protected, civil rights when they enlist.’

The nine-year veteran said he should not have his career wiped out for ’15 words on Facebook.’

‘I’ve never disobeyed any order,’ said Stein, whose service ends July 28. He has said he wants to re-enlist.

‘It’s like a boxing match,’ he said of Friday’s ruling. ‘I’m down two rounds now.’

Stein plans to continue to fight outside the military and go to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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