The COWS Compensatory Call-In: Saturday, July 9th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific

Saturday, July 9th 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how eeest to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We’ll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We’ll examine news reports from the past seven days and – hopefully – promote a constructive dialog.

The 4th of July fireworks were barely extinguished before business as usual resumed in the United States. As White Supremacists never take a vacation from brutalizing black people, Louisiana’s Alton Sterling and Minnesota’s Philander Castile were gunned down on camera by Race Soldiers. No one has been charged for their respective deaths; social media cranked out fresh hashtags and rhetoric about justice. Much of this was scuttled when a Thursday evening Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas, Texas was interrupted bysniper fire. It was originally reported that multiple shooters fired into the crowd killing five police officers and wounding eleven others – including two civilians. Updated reports indicate that investigators believe Micah Xavier Johnson, a 25-year-old black male, is the sole shooter; officers allegedly killed him with an incendiary device after an extensive shootout. However, alternate reports indicate Johnson died from a self-inflicted gun wound. With so many questions unanswered, many have concluded that President Obama and Black Lives Matter protesters are the culpabale for the mythological “war on cops.” It’s being alleged that Johnson was “upset with White people,” which motivated his calculated attack. Much like the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy – which was also in Dallas, this shooting will greatly impact who resides in the White House. Then again, maybe the weekend opening of The Purge had a bigger impact than we think.


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Dakota Man Exposes Vile History of ‘Redskins’ –

A copy of the clipping from The Daily Republican that Goldtooth posted on his site.

A copy of the clipping from The Daily Republican that Goldtooth posted on his site.

“It was only five generations ago that a white man could get money for one of my grandfather’s scalps,” writes Dallas Goldtooth on a Facebook post. “At this time…it was “Redskin” that was used to describe us.”

To the left of Goldtooth’s words, a newspaper clipping from 1863 advertises a reward, “The State reward for dead Indians has been increased to $200 for every red-skin sent to Purgatory. This sum is more than the dead bodies of all the Indians east of the Red River are worth.”

“The ‘Redskins’ they were talking about were my ancestors,” Goldtooth said during a phone interview. “Here in front of me was the evidence.”

Goldtooth, Dakota, from Minnesota, explained that the newspaper clipping was published after theU.S. Dakota Wars of 1862. His ancestors, the Dakota people, had just lost the war and were banished from the state. If they were found still “illegally” residing there after the war, bounty hunters targeted them. The “County ticket” that Goldtooth posted was a reminder of the past.

“The reason a lot of Dakota fled was because of that newspaper clipping,” Goldtooth said.

Goldtooth said that he first learned about this Dakota history and the word “Redskin” growing up in Minnesota. But reliving that history in the midst of the Washington NFL team’s name-change debate really struck him. “It’s a perfect visual description and tie to the past usage of the word and how people perceived Native people,” Goldtooth said. “It has a very personal attachment.”

RELATED NCAI Report: Redskins Name Has ‘Ugly and Racist Legacy’ 

A personal attachment that the NFL team’s owner, Dan Snyder, doesn’t seem to understand.Snyder’s letterto his season-ticket holders last month spelled out his reason for not changing the team’s name. He said, “Our franchise has a great history, tradition and legacy representing our proud alumni and literally tens of millions of loyal fans worldwide… We are proud of our team and the passion of our loyal fans. Our fans sing ‘Hail to the Redskins‘ in celebration at every Redskins game. They speak proudly of ‘Redskins Nation’ in honor of a sports team they love.”

“He brought up the language, ‘legacy,’” Goldtooth said of Snyder. “That’s true, but that word has a much longer legacy. That word was attached to bounty’s; is that what you want?” Despite Snyder’s letter, Goldtooth said he’s optimistic that the team will eventually change its name; but he said it would take time.

Goldtooth found the image on his friend’s Instagram account and decided to post iton his Facebook page. Currently, the post has 895 likes and 3,106 shares. The clipping is fromThe Daily Republican, a paper in Winona, Minnesota, which is one of Minnesota’s historical newspapers.

He said his post attracted two different audiences. People who did not understand how the name “Redskins” was offensive to Native Americans—saying that the name’s just the name of a football team.

For example, Felisha Suggs, who commented on the posting said, “Wow.. you should be honored to have a “Redskin” mascot! Mascot is a good thing! It shows you’re tough.. people against this are going way overboard.. it has nothing to do with race! I would love to be named a mascot!”

Goldtooth said that the other group was “of our own Native people who don’t think it’s important enough to address [the Redskins name-change debate].” Many wrote that the Native community should focus on other more important issues like, health care, poverty, and giving tribes more control over their communities. Goldtooth argued, “We can multi-task.”

“Very good thoughts, Dallas. My hope is that truly we work through our ‘multi-faceted beast’ with a multi-faceted approach, because it’s starting to look like our people get mostly active protesting how we look in pop culture,” Ishmael Angaluuk Hope wrote. “While the goal to become positively depicted in pop culture is a good one, if it’s our major effort, our work is shaped by how other people see us. Gunalchéesh.”

Goldtooth said that he was most surprised to receive comments from Natives who were unaware of the “Redskin” bounty history. “Wow. Never knew that. Thanks for teaching me something new. ‘Taikuu.’ Thank you in Inupiaq language,” one comment said.

Goldtooth’s also heard stories that were allegedly told by unnamed elders: “’There’s a story from the elders about a town that is really racist and the elders said, ‘let them be.’” He said their argument is that the past is the past and you can’t change it. “But when it’s something ongoing,” Goldtooth said, “It’s happening today, you have to address it.”

Alex Paul’s comment on Goldtooth’s post proves that people’s minds can be changed if there is a discussion. “As a white man, I just thought it was just a name (somewhat racist, but that team came out a long time ago). Now I understand where it came from, and I agree it should be changed, but it should also be remembered so we know not to use it again.”

Dakota Man Exposes Vile History of ‘Redskins’ –


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Phantom Caucasian justice | Abagond

What has become of the killers of unarmed Black Americans that I have posted on? As of November 12th 2013:


C.J. Miller (1893) – killed by a white mob in Kentucky on suspicions of murder. No charges.

Years served: 0.


Isaac McGhie (1920) – a white mob in Duluth, Minnesota lynched him and two other black circus workers on suspicions of rape. Twelve were charged, no convictions.

Years served: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0.


George Stinney (1944) – executed by South Carolina governor Olin D. Johnston, white, who went on to become a senator from 1945 to 1965.

Years served: 0.


Emmett Till (1955) – his two killers, white, were charged but not convicted.

Years served: 0, 0.


Medgar Evers (1963) – Byron De La Beckwith, white, was not convicted till 1994. Died in prison.

Years served: 7.


Denise McNair (1963) – killed along with three other black girls in a church bombing by four white terrorists. One killer died in 1994 without being charged. The other three got life sentences in 1977, 2001 and 2002. One is still alive.

Years served: 0, 8, 2, 12+.


Martin Luther King, Jr (1968) – James Earl Ray, white, sentenced to 99 years. Died in prison in 1998.

Years served: 29.


Fred Hampton (1969) – Killed by the Chicago police. No charges.

Years served: 0.


Betty Jean Baucum (1994) – Henry Louis Wallace, black, murdered her and ten other black women. He is on death row.

Years served: 16+.


Gary Graham (2000) – executed by Texas governor George Bush, white, who went on to become president from 2001 to 2009.

Years served: 0.


Romona Moore (2003) – the two black men who tortured, raped and murdered her are in prison for life without parole.

Years served: 7+, 7+.


Sean Bell (2006) – the three police officers, one white, two black, were acquitted of all charges. All three were fired or forced to resign by the NYPD.

Years served: 0, 0, 0.


Oscar Grant (2009) – BART police officer Johannes Mehserle, white, found guilty of involuntary manslaughter. Got out in 2011.

Years served: 1.


Taraha Nicholson (2009) – Antwan Pittman, black, found guilty of first-degree murder in 2011. He is suspected of having murdered seven other black women. Life in prison.

Years served: 2+.


Aiyana Jones (2010) – Detroit police officer Joseph Weekley, white, is charged with involuntary manslaughter. A jury deadlocked in June 2013. Retrial set for December 4th 2013.

Trial pending. 


James Craig Anderson (2011) – Deryl Dedmon, white, pleaded guilty to murder. Life in prison.

Years served: 1+.


Troy Davis (2011) – executed by Georgia governor Nathan Deal, white, who is still governor.

Years served: 0.


Kenneth Chamberlain (2011) – Officer Anthony Carelli, white. No charges.

Years served: 0.


Ramarley Graham (2012) – NYPD officer Richard Haste, white. No charges.

Years served: 0.


Trayvon Martin (2012) – killed by neighbourhood watchman George Zimmerman, white Hispanic. No charges till after nationwide protests. Found not guilty.

Years served: 0.


Rekia Boyd (2012) – killed by Chicago police detective Dante Servin, white. Her family sued the city and got $4.5 million. No charges yet.

Pending investigation. 


Jordan Davis (2012) – killed by Michael Dunn, white. Dunn is in jail awaiting trial for first-degree murder. Trial set for February 3rd 2014.

Trial pending. 


Jonathan Ferrell (2013) – Charlotte police officer Randall Kerrick, white, charged with voluntary manslaughter.

Trial pending.


Renisha McBride (2013) – killed by a 54-year-old white man, whose name the police has not made public. No charges yet.

Pending review.

Predictions: Conviction only in the Jordan Davis case.

See also:

Phantom Caucasian justice | Abagond.


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white supremacist pleads not guilty to five felony charges

National Socialist Movement member Samuel Johnson, an organizer of illegal immigration rally in 2010 at the Veteran’s Memorial, shouts at pro immigration protesters

A white supremacist from Austin accused of amassing several weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition as part of a plan to attack the government and minorities pleaded not guilty in U.S. District Court last month and has a trial scheduled for July 16.

Samuel James Johnson, 31, pleaded not guilty to five felony charges for an armed career criminal in possession of firearms and ammunition on April 26.

Johnson allegedly also tried to recruit others to his cause and actively scouted for a training compound in Illinois and Minnesota, according to a federal affidavit unsealed last month. Johnson is still in jail.

The indictments said Johnson has prior convictions for armed crimes and is not allowed to have weapons, but from late 2010 through late last year he was found with five weapons — including a semi-automatic assault rifle — and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition.

According to the affidavit, Johnson was a former member and Minnesota leader of the National Socialist Movement, a white nationalist group and had gone on to form his own group, called the Aryan Liberation Movement.

With the new group, Johnson planned to “recruit and train other white supremacist sympathizers toward a final goal of committing acts of violence against the United States government and minority individuals,” the affidavit said.

Johnson was convicted of numerous felonies in Mower County in November 2007, including simple robbery, second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon, two felony drug charges for controlled substance, third- and fifth-degree drug sale and possession of machine guns and short-barreled shotguns.

Johnson conducted several rallies in Austin in 2009 that prompted protest from several dozen people who also threw tomatoes in response.


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