Sunday, December 31, 2017

Marvin X favorite songs: Luciano Pavarotti & James Brown - It's a man's world ᴴᴰ

Rich Man Blues

Can you believe it
gotta hear rich man blues
worst of all
rich white man blues
let alone rich nigga man blues

really
why poor man gotta hear
rich white man blues
rich nigga man blues
nigga please
save me blues
save me
don't care bout white man blues
rich nigga blues
you got two million fa children
rich nigga blues man
got money for wife/woman blues
baby mama blues
son daughter blues
spare me
poor nigga man blues me
Can you spare me a dime
rich man died
spare me a dime!
--Marvin X
12/31/17

Marvin X favorite songs: SUN RA / Space Is The Place

Marvin X favorite songs: Duke Ellington, "Take the A Train"

Marvin X favorite songs: Nina Simone - I Loves You Porgy Live 9/11/1960

Marvin X favorite songs: Sade - Pearls (Live)

Marvin X favorite songs:Billie Holiday: Strange Fruit (Live 1959)

Marvin X's #1 Song: Nat King Cole, Nature Boy

Marvin X favorite songs: Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue (Full Album)

Marvin X favorite songs: Miles Davis - So What

Marvin X favorite songs: Miles Davis - Time After Time (Live 1985)

Marvin X favorite songs: Quincy Jones Secret Garden (Feat. Barry White, Al B. Sure, James Ingram,...

Saturday, December 30, 2017

Marvin X on Huey P. Newton

l love Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party because they came from the grass roots of
Oakland to international standing. Look at Huey embracing world revolutionaries, Chinese Premier
Cho En Li, PLO leader Yassar Arafat, et al. a journey from the streets of  Oakland to world
recognition! Wow!


Huey represented North American Africans in China. What punk bitch nigguhs have the nerve to
represent North American Africans in China today? Can they represent us in Palestine,
Vietnam, North Korea, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and elsewhere? They claim they Pan African but do
they represent North American Africans in the global community?


BPP co-founder Huey P. Newton embracing Yasir Arafat, leader of Palestine. Marvin X said, "We
support Yasir Arafat and the Palestinian call for nationhood. We North American Africans desire
the same!"




North American Africans have no problem with North Korea. The BPP was in N. Korea when Black
Panther Minister of Information, Eldridge Cleaver and his wife Kathleen celebrated the first birthday
of their son, Maceo, at a party hosted by Madam Kim Il Sung. Their daughter Joju was born in
North Korea and named by Madam Kim Il Sung..






MONDAY, JULY 21, 2014



If We Must Die by Claude McKay--from Attica to Gaza, Democracy in action











If We Must Die

If we must die, let it not be like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our accursèd lot.
If we must die, O let us nobly die,
So that our precious blood may not be shed
In vain; then even the monsters we defy
Shall be constrained to honor us though dead!
O kinsmen! we must meet the common foe!
Though far outnumbered let us show us brave,
And for their thousand blows deal one death-blow!
What though before us lies the open grave?
Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack,
Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!

Poem: Gaza Concentration CAMP by Marvin X









GAZA Concentration CAMP


There are those who say we must restore peace to GAZA
Peace in the concentration camp
Peace of genocide
Peace no protest allowed
Submit to starvation
humiliation
stunted life hell on earth
No protest
peace before anything
Before justice
Before life even
peace


Let the people of GAZA sing silent night
Holy night
All is peaceful
All is right
Under the shadow of death
Let there be peace
No justice
Peace
With boots on necks
Mass murder but peace
At all costs
Hamas Rockets to no avail
Iron Dome is our gift from USA
Iron Dome is saving our asses
From land, air, sea you attack
Mighty Mouse you are
Iron Dome Mouse
Look at you
Wild wild West beast
No thought of justice
Just peace
Peace be still.
--Marvin X

7/17/14

Friday, December 29, 2017

If we must die from attica to gaza

MONDAY, JULY 21, 2014

If We Must Die by Claude McKay--from Attica to Gaza, Democracy in action






If We Must Die

BY CLAUDE MCKAY
If we must die, let it not be like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our accursèd lot.
If we must die, O let us nobly die,
So that our precious blood may not be shed
In vain; then even the monsters we defy
Shall be constrained to honor us though dead!
O kinsmen! we must meet the common foe!
Though far outnumbered let us show us brave,
And for their thousand blows deal one death-blow!
What though before us lies the open grave?
Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack,
Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!


Poem: Gaza Concentration CAMP by Marvin X









GAZA Concentration CAMP

There are those who say we must restore peace to GAZA
Peace in the concentration camp
Peace of genocide
Peace no protest allowed
Submit to starvation
humiliation
stunted life hell on earth
No protest
peace before anything
Before justice
Before life even
peace

Let the people of GAZA sing silent night
Holy night
All is peaceful
All is right
Under the shadow of death
Let there be peace
No justice
Peace
With boots on necks
Mass murder but peace
At all costs
Hamas Rockets to no avail
Iron Dome is our gift from USA
Iron Dome is saving our asses
From land, air, sea you attack
Mighty Mouse you are
Iron Dome Mouse
Look at you
Wild wild West beast
No thought of justice
Just peace
Peace be still.
--Marvin X
7/17/14

I am Palestine by Marvin X


Palestine

I am not an Arab, I am not a Jew
Abraham is not my father, Palestine is not my home
But I would fight any man
Who kicked me out of my house
To dwell in a tent
I would fight
To the ends of the earth
Someone who said to me
I want your house
Because my father lived here
Two thousand years ago
I want your land
Because my father lived here
Two thousand years ago.
Jets would not stop me
From returning to my home
Uncle Toms would not stop me
Cluster bombs would not stop me
Bullets I would defy.
No man can take the house of another
And expect to live in peace
There is no peace for thieves
There is no peace for those who murder
For myths and ancient rituals
Wail at the wall
Settle in "Judea" and Samaria"
But fate awaits you
You will never sleep with peace
You will never walk without listening.
I shall cross the River Jordan
With Justice in my hand
I shall return to Jerusalem
And establish my house of peace,
Thus said the Lord.
©2000 by Marvin X (Imam Maalik El Muhajir)
www.marvinx.com

MONDAY, JULY 21, 2014


If We Must Die by Claude McKay--from Attica to Gaza, Democracy in action






If We Must Die

BY CLAUDE MCKAY
If we must die, let it not be like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our accursèd lot.
If we must die, O let us nobly die,
So that our precious blood may not be shed
In vain; then even the monsters we defy
Shall be constrained to honor us though dead!
O kinsmen! we must meet the common foe!
Though far outnumbered let us show us brave,
And for their thousand blows deal one death-blow!
What though before us lies the open grave?
Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack,
Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting back!


Poem: Gaza Concentration CAMP by Marvin X









GAZA Concentration CAMP

There are those who say we must restore peace to GAZA
Peace in the concentration camp
Peace of genocide
Peace no protest allowed
Submit to starvation
humiliation
stunted life hell on earth
No protest
peace before anything
Before justice
Before life even
peace

Let the people of GAZA sing silent night
Holy night
All is peaceful
All is right
Under the shadow of death
Let there be peace
No justice
Peace
With boots on necks
Mass murder but peace
At all costs
Hamas Rockets to no avail
Iron Dome is our gift from USA
Iron Dome is saving our asses
From land, air, sea you attack
Mighty Mouse you are
Iron Dome Mouse
Look at you
Wild wild West beast
No thought of justice
Just peace
Peace be still.
--Marvin X
7/17/14



Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund



Federation of Southern Cooperatives/  
Land Assistance Fund
Dear Friends and Supporters:
     
       2017 was a momentous and memorable year for the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund. In August 2017, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of our trailing-blazing social change organization serving Black farmers and other low-income and working poor people across the South.
        Founded in 1967, the Federation is one of the foremost economic and social justice organizations to be developed out of the civil rights movement that has continued to operate and flourish for five decades. One basis of the success of the Federation is that we have remained true to our original mission and purposes and have continued the struggle to save land and the people living and working on the land for generations. We want to go forward into our next fifty years continuing to uphold these basic principles and beliefs despite obstacles of economic neglect, racial hostility and social deprivation.
 
        There are four major themes of the Federation's mission, work and accomplishments   over the past five decades. Our performance in these areas is key to evaluating our success and strength over this sustained period. The central themes of our mission are:
 
* to develop cooperatives and credit unions as a means for people to enhance the quality of their lives and improve their communities;
        
* to save, protect and expand the landholdings of Black family farmers in the South;
 
*to develop a unique and effective Rural Training and Research Center to provide information, skills and awareness, in a cultural context, to help our members and constituents to build strong rural communities;
 
* to develop, advocate and support public policies to benefit our membership of Black and other family farmers; and the low-income rural communities where they live.
 
        The Federation has woven these themes together to create a strong community based movement of organizations steeped in struggle, tested by time, experienced in fighting exploitation, with a knowledge of the tactics, tools and techniques needed to help people build their own prosperity and progress. In many cases, the Federation works in conjunction with various local, regional and national organizations to implement its policy change priorities and agenda.
 
        During the past year, we have had many success stories and significant results that have helped our member owners save their landholdings, increase income and improve their quality of life. Some examples of our work include:
 
* Thirty small goat producers in a hundred mile radius of the Rural Training and Research Center, near Epes, have developed the Southeast Goat Producers Co-op (SoGoCo). This co-op which now involves 1,500 breeding goats has helped members to market goats at better prices, buy feed, medicines and supplies at cheaper cost and manage herd health in improved and effective ways. The co-op is moving forward with plans for a processing plant in future years.
 
  * The Federation supported women worker owners ofSouthern Alternatives in south Georgia to reorganize their operation as a regional and cooperatively owned pecan processing facility. We helped the cooperative to purchase and process pecans from its membership and other limited resource landowners with small-holdings of pecan trees for sale on a national mail order basis. 
 
Don't Ask - Won't Sell 
* The Federation's legal and mediation staff helped many families in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and other states to deal with heirs' property and partition sale problems. During the past year, we assisted several families to form family trusts/ corporations, which saved the land from being lost in a partition sale. Other staff members have assisted these same families in securing cost share resources from NRCS to plant and manage acres of forestry, which will yield a continuing return to the family over many years.
 
* The Federation was able to step in and stop the foreclosure of the Wendy Hills Rural Rental Apartments in Sumter County, Alabama. This prevented the loss of affordable housing for 36 very low- income families. Federation staff have been involved in applying for the restoration of HUD housing subsidies for these families and working to organize the families into a cooperative to assume ownership and management of the housing units.
 
* Fifty vegetable farmers who are members of the Indian Springs Farmers Cooperative in Petal, Mississippi sold over a million dollars of watermelons, peas, okra, greens and herbs to farmers markets in New Orleans, Jackson and Memphis; commercial food brokers serving the casino industry in Mississippi and many other buyers including churches, community organizations, food co-ops, tenant organizations in urban areas.
 
        The Federation is not able to do this work alone. We rely on the support of the Federal and state governments for half of our operating budget. The other half comes from foundations, churches, cooperatives, corporations, individual donors and our membership.
 
        We invite you to support our work with an end of year donation or monthly sustaining contribution to support our general operating budget. Checks may be sent to the: Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Fiscal and Accounting Office, 2769 Church Street, East Point, GA 30344; or you can click here or below on the donate button to make your contribution with Pay Pal or a credit card.
 
        The Membership, Board and Staff of the Federation wish you a Happy Holiday Season and a joyous and prosperous New Year in 2018!
 
Cooperatively,
 
Cornelius Blanding
Executive Director
 
P. S. Your contribution to the Federation's General Fund is very helpful and allows us to leverage other funds as well as fill in funding gaps, which other supporters do not cover. $25.00 provides materials for an estate planning worksop; $50.00 pays the phone bill for a day on our emergency hot line for farmers seeking assistance; $100 pays for part of the satellite Internet service at one of our rural offices; $500 will cover costs for a staff member to attend and facilitate a 3-day planning workshop at a member cooperative.   
 
  
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For more information go to the Federation/LAF's website at www.federation.coop

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