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The Colonized Poor Working Class Hits Back

By Secretary General Tiger & Chief Cheem

This week at Black Hammer, we went on the offensive and in doing so, our support from the Colonized masses continued to grow. 

Our struggle against the serial rapist and his rape apologists from Sevananda is eating away at them as we saw a huge amount of support from the community. 

Calling locals from the area, the Atlanta chapter was able to mobilize the Colonized poor working class in the Atlanta area and have them come out to show their support for the survivors! 

Better yet, some of those that came out became new comrades on the spot!

The survivors of the Sevananda Trap—Comrades Nick, Olivia, and Denise—came out to lead their people alongside us as well, showing off the true power of poor working class leadership, organization and unity against our enemies. 

Comrades Nick, Olivia and Denise leading the poor working class Colonized people!

Not only did we have our enemies shaking, we showed our people that Black Hammer will fight against their abusers as well!

It was only until heavy rain soaked the KN95 masks of comrades on the ground that they wrapped up their attack on the predator and rape apologists—wet KN95 masks will not protect you as effectively as dry ones.

Besides this, the Secretary General’s Office will be drafting and publishing the Black Hammer Constitution! This is a huge win for the Colonized poor working class and another step towards creating a new society as our constitution will lay out the principles of an anti-colonial society where no one lives at the expense of another.

They will also be updating our organizational manual to continue improving upon our already successful methods of organizing to serve the Colonized masses of the world! As revolutionaries, we must never allow our methods to become stale, old, and ineffective! We strive for the best and nothing less.

SG Tiger on the ground protesting the alleged serial rapist

Our only office that is experiencing lots of turbulence is our Recruitment Office which will soon join the rest of the organization in having a solid position. Always forward, never backwards!

“We can’t just stare at our organizational contradictions or the larger contradictions affecting our people and hope someone else takes care of it. WE can inform and prep our people for hurricanes and heat waves, WE can attack and take down rapists, WE can overturn contradictions in our membership apparatus that have been allowed to persist for years. Gone is the time of passivity and just taking abuse. Hammers stand up and fight back!”

Secretary General Tiger

And if there’s one thing that the Secretary General’s Office has shown us this week, it’s that we cannot be passive as revolutionaries serving our people.

If you’re tired of sitting on the sidelines while our people are starving and suffering, become a Hammer and forge yourself into the revolutionary our people need! 

There’s nothing we can’t accomplish united as Colonized people and against the root of all our problems. So pick up that hammer and start building!

Use your writing talents to further the Liberation of all Colonized People by joining Black Hammer Times today! We are looking for journalists, reporters, poets, and more, so do not worry; there is a spot on our team for you.

You can also submit your work to us, and as long as it unites with our 4 Principles of Unity, you will see your writing published on all of our platforms.

We are also looking for donations to solve the water crisis in amerikkka which continues to take the lives of innocents to this day. Donate to our Science and Technology Committee CashApp at $BHOSCITECH so that we can provide clean water to Colonized communities worldwide!

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