By Comrade Amber
If you know the name Mia Khalifa, it’s probably because you’ve seen it on popular porn sites. Ya little nasty! Actually, I’m joking about that nasty part, because in Black Hammer we truly believe that all colonized people are equal and that sex work is legitimate work.
Colonized people who choose to be sex workers deserve respect, and we don’t play respectability politics by allowing the illegitimate united snakes to determine what is respectable or not. All colonized people deserve to be treated as human, and we push back against white nationalism that tries to exploit and dehumanize us. Continue reading “Mia Khalifa says, “Girl, don’t do it!””
By Chief Alyx, Chief of the Black Hammer Times
For centuries, African and Colonized people have been trying to escape from the burning building known as the united snakkkes. Throughout that time, but especially over the past month, white socialists and white communists are desperate to pull us back in.
By pushing their way to the front of African rebellions, these Ku Klux Kommunists are trying to lead a movement that African and Colonized people carried for centuries. These white socialists speak on “revolution” as if we are background characters, instead of recognizing that we are the driving force.
What white socialists forget is that European colonizers have only been critical of capitalism for the past 150 years. On the other hand, Colonized people have been against capitalism ever since we met it at the barrel of a gun 400 years ago. Continue reading “White Socialists are at the tail of African rebellions”
This interview is a slight departure from our past series of interviews showcasing the chiefs in the Black Hammer Organization. With this interview, The Black Hammer Times sat down with one of our own members, Comrade Saint, to hear about his experiences in Black Lives Matter and how his life experiences as a trans person dealing with homelessness shaped his political development led to joining the Black Hammer Organization.
As some basics, what nation do you represent and what are your pronouns?
I represent the nations of Africa and indigenous nations of Blackfoot & Cherokee. My pronouns are he/him or they/them.
Were you always political, or was there a point where you got radicalized?
It started when the pigs killed Eric Garner in 2014. My uncle lived around the corner from him. Just like Eric, my uncle used to sell loosies – individual cigarettes. The more I got to know Eric through my uncle’s stories, the more angry and hurt I felt about his death. Continue reading “Meet Comrade Saint, the trans revolutionary sidelined by Black Lives Matter”
Comrade Aleja, Black Hammer Times staff,
Of all 50 snakkkes of the u.s., Maine has the highest rate of Coronavirus infections amongst African people. At the same time, Maine has the lowest infection rates amongst colonizers in the country.
The grim truths about African and colonized people can always be explained when the core contradiction, colonialism, is understood. We are being targeted, our neighborhoods strategically looted of the resources needed to survive a pandemic, and our loved ones forced onto plantations to keep the engines of this bloody economy from seizing and dying. Continue reading “Coronavirus hits Africans 20 times harder in Maine, whitest state in the u.s.”
Comrade Nick, Black Hammer Times Staff,
As a league comprised of around 75% African players, professional basketball, like most professional sports in amerikkka, unquestionably draws many parallels to slavery.
These parallels rear their ugly heads in the owner-player relationship. Players are literally bought and sold by these teams as property, constantly being referred to as assets by sports media. Continue reading “Shut up and dribble: Revolutionary demands for basketball players”
Comrade Hash, Black Hammer Times Staff,
Colonizer Joe Biden promised he will pick a woman to be his running mate and vice president for the 2020 presidential election, but the jig is up “touchy Joe.”
The 2016 presidential election was supposed to be a win for Hillary Clinton, and the Democratic Party, but white women in amerikkka pranced down to their local voting centers draped in white supremacy and voted for Donald Trump. Much like the Hillary Clinton fiasco, Joe Biden’s choice is not likely to significantly change the perspective of white women. As white bougie colonizers, they largely vote based on their racial and economic interests. Continue reading “Sloppy Joe’s top 12 ain’t shit”
Comrade Saint, Black Hammer Times Staff,
Currently in amerikkka, African people have to deal with systematic oppression on every level. For Colonized African people it means dealing with systematic and social oppression on the basis of neurodivergency.
African autistic people pose a threat to white supremacy because they cannot be exploited easily. Continue reading “Making Space For Autism In The Revolution”
Comrade Aleja, Black Hammer Times Staff,
The government of Colombia is one of famed colonizer Christopher Colombus. With a settler-colonial government ruled by the white landowning elite, Colombia is similar to Brazil and Argentina as well as to amerikkka.
Mao’s quote, “political power grows out of the barrel of a gun” is shown materially in Colombia’s political history. It was this day in 2013 that Colombia started talks with NATO to secure a seat at the table. Political violence against the white power republic, such as la violencia of 1948, was waged by rural coast dwellers of African and First Nations people seeking to overturn colonial capitalism in the form of NATO. Continue reading “Colombia chooses imperialism over International Cooperation”
Comrade Sarahì, Black Hammer Times Staff,
Chicago rapper Noname has expressed her journey to radical thought and has used her celebrity platform as a means to educate the masses. More than that, she created her own book club – Noname’s Book Club.
Recently, she called out class contradictions with a tweet that challenged Black bourgeois male rappers that have remained silent despite their musical facade of “wokeness”. She did not call out any rapper in particular but rather criticized Black male celebrities for their lack of revolutionary activism during the ongoing struggle for Black liberation.
Continue reading “J. Cole vs. Noname”
Chief Alyx, Chief of Black Hammer Times
Twitter has, once again, done the job of the pigs.
Just a few days after the lynching of Rayshard Brooks in a Wendy’s parking lot, the internet was awash with news of that same Wendy’s being set on fire as an act of retaliation.
Almost like clockwork, African and Colonized people on social media sunk back into a now familiar conversation. A conversation of so-called ‘legitimate,’ peaceful protesters being sabotaged by outside agitators. Continue reading “I don’t give a damn who burned down that Wendy’s”