Katrina part 2: Future Tense

* The next, 3rd part, of this ‘Katrina” series, will explicitly identify Justice Dept. ‘BLACK LIFE MATTERS’ on-the ground NGO partners in US “COLLABORATIVE POLICING”
* digest series on Black ‘justifiable homicide’ genocide listed in: “Katrina 10 years after ...http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/548

Political manipulation of the intersection of class and “race” (a construct with no scientific basis, race is an ideological driver of white supremacy) has been a lynchpin of north american capitalism from ‘manifest destiny’ to the permanent war to establish and now salvage its global dictatorship. State sponsored terror and lies are necessary to crush or coopt resistance to its despised hegemony. The “3 legs” of the US National Security Strategy global agenda -- defense, development, democracy — are the last legs of its predatory finance capitalist fascism.

Installing “house negro”---in chief obama for a “new america” exposed US strategic weakness and fear. The long-planned post 911 GWOT hyped by the bipartisan ruling class as 'hope change', was designed in a desperate attempt to maintain US global hegemony by restructuring the world map and capital. Its destabilizing, depopulating, displacing destruction uses 'race' for divisive provocations to pacify and tighten the fascist state.
Everything it says and does is aimed at preventing or subverting emergent revolutionary leadership. The crucial counter—revolutionary target is the ‘lower tier’ of yhe working class, the least ‘boogyfied’, predominantly Black and Brown ‘real proletariat’.
Electoral politics/politicians execute a geopolitical agenda developed by acutely class conscious, Marxist—informed strategists like Kissinger, Brzezinski, the RAND Corp, think-tanks, etc. Imperialist architects revise past and present history false narratives strategic communications/public diplomacy propaganda, for indoctrination through ‘news, schools, churches, family and entertainment.
The nature and necessity of finance capital’s survival are embodied in divide-to-conquer strategies & tactics: soft power ‘diplomacy’ / ‘humanitarian aid’ comingled with overt military power. Did you know ‘social media’ is a major information war weapon, an integral part of Dept. of Defense (‘war dept/ pre-WW2 US global rule.) Department operations .
RAND CORPARATIONs military-commissioned studies, like its2004: US Strategy in the Muslim World After 9/11
In light of 9/11 and the global war on terrorism, it is important for U.S. leaders to develop a shaping strategy toward the Muslim world. This study describes a framework to identify major ideological orientations within Islam, critical cleavages within and between Muslim groups, and traces long-term and immediate causes of Islamic radicalism. It also outlines political and military strategies to help ameliorate conditions that produce extremism.

August 1967 the US launched COINTELPRO (counter-intelligence program aka COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARY, to “neutralize black nationalist hate groups” and other dissident groups. September 1968, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover described the Black Panthers as "the greatest threat to the internal security of the country." By 1969, the Black Panthers were the primary COINTELPRO target...the target of 233 of 295 authorized COINTELPRO actions... Massacring over 30 young BPP leaders, spreading filthy lies and tricks, infiltrating the party with hundreds of agents and drugs to destroy BPP leadership and organization, wreck from within and without to undermine the political reputation and influence spawning Brown, Red and white revolutionary groups across the country. 'Black Consciousness' leadership was murdered by 'hard power' war mixed with a reactionary “cultural nationalism” soft power war to undermine political consciousness and dedication by promoting Blacks as 'hos, pimps' and 'gangstas', not revolutionaries, with 'diversity training' in 'multicuturalism' and Black preachers doing the old 'turn the other cheek' message wrapped in hip drag. This breakaway from the State-directed ‘civil rights’ MLK type pacification movement, toward revolution, terrified the ruling class. The worst threat to US capitalist security, revolutionary Black working class leadership, was at the door. Kissinger said america had never been so close to a “power vacuum”. In 1978 Brzezinski’s Presidential National Security Memorandum, “Black Africa and the US Black Movement” spelled out the strategic situation and his solutions.(bottom of page)
World enemy #1 knows its enemies. We must know them too.. Obama's emphasis on ‘just one america’, no 'isms' and 'stale ideologies', is a warning message against what the enemy fears most: Black proletarian leadership of revolutionary anti-capitalist class war of which the Black power movement was a harbinger.

National oppression is not an optional electoral 'policy'. Electoral politics and politicians do not run this system or its policies. They are a WMD, trapping people’ support FOR the system so they don’t fight against it. Jesse Jackson and myriad other treacherous Black agents (plus much slicker new ones and tactics) are coming up --or rather coming out --in the next digest issue).

'Breathing while Black', dehumanized, criminalized, most impoverished, ‘justifiably’ murdered at will by the counter-revolutionary class democracy. This absolutely rotten, corrupt, lifeblood--sucking system depends on genocidal national oppression to divide and conquer, to ‘justify' racist terror and murder, 'diversified' by white liberals and some upwardly-mobile Blacks --with 'unclenched fists' -- and hands raised high in “united” submission

* The next, 3rd part of this series, will reveal US Justice Dept.’s “COLLABORATIVE POLICING” operation’s ‘BLACK LIFE MATTERS’ organizing force
* digest series on Black ‘justifiable homicide’ genocide listed in: “Katrina 10 years after ...http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/548

Timely ‘entertainment’
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Opens 9/9/15 Wednesday Written and directed by Stanley Nelson; directors of photography, Antonio Rossi and Rick Butler; edited by Aljernon Tunsil; music by Tom Phillips; produced by Mr. Nelson and Laurens Grant; released by PBS Distribution.

Review: ‘The Black Panthers’ Captures a Militant Movement’s Soul and Swagger
9/2/15 By A.O. Scott, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/02/movies/review-the-black-panthers-captu...
...The chronicle commences in 1966, as the civil rights movement begins to shift beyond the South and into a new phase of militancy...began organizing activists to confront the local police with guns. The intention was, at least at first, not violence but vigilance, and the exercise of rights guaranteed by the California Penal Code and the Second Amendment. When a group of Panthers demonstrated at the Statehouse in Sacramento carrying loaded rifles and shotguns, the organization drew national news attention and (at least temporarily) rallied many political conservatives, including Gov. Ronald Reagan, to the cause of gun control....Gifted at political theater, the Panthers also organized free breakfast programs and health clinics in poor neighborhoods. They managed, at least for a time, to be both glamorous and grass-roots, and to put a scare into what was known in those days as the white power structure.
J. Edgar Hoover, the director of the F.B.I., designated the Black Panthers a nationalist hate group and soon declared them “the greatest threat to the internal security of the country.” Most of the activity of his bureau’s notorious counterintelligence program (known as Cointelpro) was devoted to trying to disrupt, divide and destroy the Panthers. Hoover was particularly concerned with preventing a black “messiah” from rising within the party’s ranks and uniting blacks with white radicals on college campuses and in the antiwar movement into a potentially revolutionary force.
Images of black men in black leather jackets and berets, brandishing firearms and raising their fists are part of the collective memory of the ’60s. At the time, those images inspired a wave of publicity and recruiting: Black Panther chapters sprouted across the country...
One of the curious things about Hoover as a historical figure is the symmetry between his paranoia and some of the grander aspirations of his adversaries. Mr. Nelson’s film is subtitled “Vanguard of the Revolution,” which is certainly how the Panthers came to envision themselves. But the revolution that unfolded in their wake was the one that took Reagan to the White House, and that has frequently taken pains to disguise its origins in racial backlash politics...
It’s easy enough in hindsight to romanticize the charisma of the Panthers and their leaders, or to criticize them for focusing on self-presentation and imagery rather than more substantive issues. But what is clear from this sober yet electrifying film is that the power of the Panthers was rooted in their insistence — radical then, radical still — that black lives matter.

H. Kissinger Dec. 2008 on Charlie Rose

[Obama] “recognizes the challenge is a new face, a new sense of direction, a new definition of America’s role in the world.”
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Black Africa and the U.S. Black Movement
Zbigniew Brezinski
Presidential Review Memorandum NSCM/46 MARCH 17, 1978 (Excerpt)
This Document is Exhibit 10 of U.S. Supreme Court Case No.00-9587
TO: The Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Director of Central Intelligence
cc: Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of Commerce, Attorney General, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff

The objective of our policy toward Black Africa is to prevent social upheavals which could radically change the political situation throughout the area. The success or failure of our policy in the region depends on the solution international and internal issues whose importance of the United States is on the increase.

A multiplicity of interests influences the U.S. attitude toward black Africa. The most important of these interests can be summarized as follows:

If black African states assume attitudes hostile to the U.S. national interest, our policy toward the white regimes; which is a key element in our relations with the black states, may be subjected by the latter to great pressure for fundamental change. Thus the West may face a real danger of being deprived of access to the enormous raw material resources of southern Africa which are vital for our defense needs as well as losing control over the Cape sea routes by which approximately 65% of Middle Eastern oil is supplied to Western Europe.
Moreover, such a development may bring about internal political difficulties by intensifying the activity of the Black movement in the United States itself.
It should also be borne in mind that black Africa is an integral part of a continent where tribal and regional discord, economic backwardness, inadequate infrastructures, drought, and famine, are constant features of the scene. In conjunction with the artificial borders imposed by the former colonial powers, guerilla warfare in Rhodesia and widespread indignation against apartheid in South Africa, the above factors provide the communist states with ample opportunities for furthering their aims. This must necessarily redound to the detriment of U.S. political interests.
Black Africa is increasingly becoming an outlet for U.S. exports and investment. The mineral resources of the area continue to be of great value for the normal functioning of industry in the United States and allied countries. In 1977, U.S. direct investment in black Africa totaled about $1.8 billion and exports $2.2 billion. New prospect of substantial profits would continue to develop in the countries concerned.

Apart from the above-mentioned factors adverse to U.S. strategic interests, the nationalist liberation movement in black Africa acts as a catalyst with far reaching effects on the U.S. black community by stimulating its organizational consolidation and by inducing radical actions. Such a result would be likely as Zaire went the way of Angola and Mozambique.

An occurrence of the events of 1967-68 would do grievous harm to U.S. prestige, especially in view of the concern of the present Administration with human rights issues. Moreover, the Administration would have to take specific steps to stabilize the situation. Such steps might be misunderstood both inside and outside the United States. In order to prevent such a trend and protect U.S. national security interests, it would appear essential to elaborate and carry out effective countermeasures.

1. Possibility of Joint Action By U.S. Black and African Nationalist Movement.
In elaborating U.S. policy toward black Africa, due weight must be given to the fact that there are 25 millions American blacks whose roots are African and who consciously or subconsciously sympathies with African nationalism.
The living conditions of the black population should also be taken into account. Immense advances in the field are accompanied by a long-lasting high rate of unemployment, especially among the youth and by poverty and dissatisfaction with government social welfare standards.

These factors taken together may provide a basis for joint actions of a concrete nature by the African nationalist movement and the U.S. black community...renewal of the extremist national idea of an "African Republic" on American soil. Finally, leftist radical elements of the Black community could resume extremist actions in the style of the defunct Black Panther Party...Basically, actions would take the form of demonstrations and public protests, but the likelihood of violence cannot be excluded. There would also be attempts to coordinate their political activity both locally and in international organizations.
In the context of long-term strategy, the United States can not afford a radical change in the fundamentals of its African policy designed for maximum protection of national security. In the present case, emphasis is laid on the importance of Black Africa for U.S. political, economic and military interests.

In weighing the range of U.S. interests in Black Africa, basic recommendations arranged without intent to imply priority are:
1. Specific steps should be taken with the help of appropriate government agencies to inhibit coordinated activity of the Black Movement in the United States.
2. Special clandestine operations should be launched by the CIA to generate mistrust and hostility in American and world opinion against joint activity of the two forces, and to cause division among Black African radical national groups and their leaders.
3. U.S. embassies to Black African countries specially interested in southern Africa must be highly circumspect in view of the activity of certain political circles and influential individuals opposing the objectives and methods of U.S. policy toward South Africa. It must be kept in mind that the failure of U.S. strategy in South Africa would adversely affect American standing throughout the world. In addition, this would mean a significant diminution of U.S. influence in Africa and the emergence of new difficulties in our internal situation due to worsening economic prospects.
4. The FBI should mount surveillance operations against Black African representatives and collect sensitive information on those, especially at the U.N., who oppose U.S. policy toward South Africa. The information should include facts on their links with the leaders of the Black movement in the United States, thus making possible at least partial neutralization of the adverse effects of their activity.

The concern for the future security of the United States makes necessary the range of policy options. Arranged without intent imply priority they are:
(a) to enlarge programs, within the framework of the present budget, for the improvement of the social and economic welfare of American Blacks in order to ensure continuing development of present trends in the Black movement;
(b) to elaborate and bring into effect a special program designed to perpetuate division in the Black movement and neutralize the most active groups of leftist radical organizations representing different social strata of the Black community: to encourage division in Black circles;
(c) to preserve the present climate which inhibits the emergence from within the Black leadership of a person capable of exerting nationwide appeal;
(d) to work out and realize preventive operations in order to impede durable ties between U.S Black organizations and radical groups in African states;
e) to support actions designed to sharpen social stratification in the Black community which would lead to the widening and perpetuation of the gap between successful educated Blacks and the poor, giving rise to growing antagonism between different Black groups and a weakening of the movement as a whole.
(f) to facilitate the greatest possible expansion of Black business by granting government contracts and loans with favorable terms to Black businessmen;
(g) to take every possible means through the AFL-CIO leaders to counteract the increasing influence of Black labor organizations which function in all major unions and in particular, the National Coalition of Black Trade Union and its leadership including the creation of real preference for adverse and hostile reaction among White trade unionists to demands for improvement of social and economic welfare of the Blacks;
(h) to support the nomination at federal and local levels of loyal Black public figures to elective offices, to government agencies and the Court.

Brzezinski Backs Obama
(Obama) “recognizes that the challenge is a new face, a new sense of direction, a new definition of America’s role in the world.”


Partial CV: Zbigniew Brzezinski
1966-68, Member Policy Planning Council of the Department of State; 1977 to 1981, National Security Adviser to the President of the United States; 1985, Member President’s Chemical Warfare Commission; 1981 awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom; 1987-88, Member NSC-Defense Department Commission on Integrated Long-Term Strategy; 1987-89, Member President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (a Presidential commission to oversee U.S. intelligence.

Trustee and Counselor, Center for Strategic & International Studies; Robert E. Osgood Professor of American Foreign Policy, Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University , Washington , DC. Honorary Chairman, AmeriCares Foundation (private philanthropic humanitarian aid organization); Co-Chairman, American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus; Member, Board of Trustees, International Crisis Group; Trustee, Trilateral Commission (a cooperative American-European-Japanese forum); Member, Board of Directors, Polish-American Enterprise Fund and of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation; Member, Honorary Board of American Friends of Rabin Medical Center; Chairman, International Advisory Board for the Yale Project on “The Culture & Civilization of China”; Member, International Honorary Committee, Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw...

1973-76, Director Trilateral Commission; 1968 presidential campaign, chairman Humphrey Foreign Policy Task Force; 1976 presidential campaign, principal foreign policy adviser to Jimmy Carter. 1988, co-chairman Bush National Security Advisory Task Force. Past Member Boards of Directors of Amnesty International, Council on Foreign Relations, Atlantic Council, the National Endowment for Democracy. 2004, Co-Chair, Council on Foreign Relations-sponsored Independent Task Force , Iran : Time for a New Approach; International adviser to major U.S./global corporations; frequent participant in annual business/trade conventions; frequent public speaker, commentator on major domestic and foreign TV programs, contributor to domestic and foreign newspapers and journals.

Columbia University faculty 1960-89; Harvard University faculty 1953-60. Ph.D., Harvard University , 1953; B.A. and M.A., McGill University 1949 and 1950. SECOND CHANCE: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower published in Spring 2007. THE CHOICE: Global Domination or Global Leadership; THE GRAND CHESSBOARD: American Primacy and its Geostrategic Imperatives; THE GRAND FAILURE: The Birth and Death of Communism in the 20 th Century; OUT OF CONTROL: Global Turmoil on the Eve of the 21 st Century; GAME PLAN: How to Conduct U.S.-Soviet Contest; POWER AND PRINCIPLE: Memoirs of the National Security Adviser, 1977-1981; THE FRAGILE BLOSSOM: Crisis and Change in Japan; BETWEEN TWO AGES: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era; THE SOVIET BLOC: Unity and Conflict; other books and many articles in U.S. and foreign academic journals.