Black Hammer Debates the Green Party

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Black Hammer Debates the Green Party

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Black Hammer X The Green Party

Posted by Black Hammer on Saturday, October 10, 2020

Black Hammer Organization is excited to participate in a panel discussion with Green Party u.s., Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 7PM ET. This event will be hosted LIVE on Black Hammer’s Facebook.

Commander in Chief Gazi Kodzo and Secretary General Anco Nahuel are expected to outline their vision for building a new world through the strength of a revolutionary mass organization under the leadership of poor and working class colonized people (people of color).

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker, on the ticket for the amerikkkan presidential election, will try to explain what’s the point in running for elections in a colonial government on stolen land.

It’s sure to be a lively discussion, where only the best ideas will win!

Who is the Green Party?

Green Party u.s is a political party with chapters in many different states. Its history in the u.s. dates back to the 1980s, but the “Green” political movement has spread to various countries worldwide, with several countries having their own chapter of Green Party.

The Green Party ideology has 10 key values: 

Grassroots Democracy, Social Justice & Equal Opportunity, Ecological Wisdom, Non-Violence, Decentralization, Community-Based Economics, Feminism and Gender Equity, Respect for Diversity, Personal & Global Responsibility, and Future Focus & Sustainability.

Green Party u.s is led by a steering committee composed of white colonizers, as well as some colonized people.

Overall, the Green Party is an example of progressive, social justice politics, and is a form of left-wing liberalism.

Who is Black Hammer Organization?

Black Hammer Organization describes itself as: “a revolutionary mass organization dedicated toward building a sustainable future for all colonized, working class people worldwide.”

Black Hammer is much younger than Green Party, only being founded in 2019, but it already has chapters all across the u.s. and in a number of colonized countries worldwide.

Black Hammer Organization is not a political party, it is a mass organization, which means anyone can sign up, as long as they agree with Black Hammer’s Four Principles of Unity.

Black Hamer’s four principles of unity are based on upholding the Colonized Proletariat (i.e. poor & working class “people of color”) to end colonialism.

They are:

  1. We believe the Colonized Proletariat should have dictatorship over our lives, labor, land, and resources.
  1. We believe all Colonized Proletariat are equal; no matter gender, sexuality, age, body type, location, religion, language, mental/physical differences and/or bi/multiracial identity.
  1. We believe all the problems the colonized face are from colonialism and the submissive neocolonialists that are within our colonized nations.
  1. We believe that the Colonized Proletariat is the only true proletariat. Only through our leadership can white power, capitalism, colonialism, imperialism and all its symptomatic offspring be smashed.

Black Hammer’s leadership is made up of elected and appointed colonized revolutionaries from around the world.

To rebel or not to rebel, that is the question

There are definitely some key differences between Green Party u.s and Black Hammer Organization.

Although both organizations have identified issues with the state of the world and are hoping to overturn things like sexism and racism, the strategies of the organizations are quite different.

The Green Party spends considerable effort running in elections, but it has never been  successful in winning those elections.

On the other hand, Black Hammer sees elections for a colonial government on stolen, Indigenous land to be a pointless strategy of false hope. Instead, Black Hammer elects to build dual contending power using projects like Hammer City, and putting that under the leadership of Indigenous people. 

As the Bissau-Guinean and Cape Verdean anti-colonial revolutionary leader, Amilcar Cabral once wrote,

“Always remember that criticism is not to speak ill nor to engage in intrigues. Criticism is and should be the act of expressing an open, candid opinion in front of those concerned, on the basis of facts and in a spirit of fairness, to assess the thought and action of others, with the aim of improving that thought and action.”

Black Hammer is excited to engage with Green Party u.s. in principled criticism to let the best ideas shine through!

Join Black Hammer and Green Party u.s. as they each present their point of view Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 7PM ET hosted LIVE on Black Hammer’s Facebook.

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