Junk Duterte’s Terror Law

By Comrade Nick, Black Hammer Times Staff,

The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte marked a new wave of neocolonialism when he became president in 2016.

Alongside Trump, his white supremacist friend and puppet-master, Rodrigo Duterte has taken his hate a step further with Republic Act 11479.

This act, which was recently signed into law, has been incorrectly nicknamed the “Anti-terrorism Act of 2020,” because Duterte claims it will fight terrorism in the Philippines. Read the full-text PDF here. Continue reading “Junk Duterte’s Terror Law”

CHOP shoots at Black teens, Hammer City says “No Cops!”

By Chief Alyx, Chief of the Black Hammer Times

On June 29th, at 3 A.M. shots were fired in the CHOP zone, the occupied area in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. 16-year-old Antonio Mays, Jr. was shot and killed in a vehicle, along with a 14-year-old who was in the car.. The narrative released by CHOP ‘security’ was that the two teens were driving a stolen car and were shooting at the protestors, but in a video posted the Twitter, the cars windows are rolled up. And no guns were reported to be found at the scene. What we do hear is shooting and violence from the colonizers inside CHOP, where one person can be heard saying “he’s not dead huh?” and “yo, you wanna get pistol whipped?” Continue reading “CHOP shoots at Black teens, Hammer City says “No Cops!””

China’s Response to Hong Kong neocolonialists shows confidence and calm in the face of desperate colonizers

By Comrade Nick

The People’s Republic of China(PRC) has struck another blow to western backed imperialism. After dealing with an especially hectic 2019 full of pro-amerkkkan, pro-capitalist uprisings in their Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, the PRC has passed a law to prevent further collusion with western powers.


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Justice for Oluwatoyin

Chief Alyx, Chief of the Black Hammer Times

“Everywhere I go, I’m profiled whether I like it or not,” said nineteen-year-old organizer, Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau  during a protest for Tony McDade, a black trans man lynched by the pigs earlier this month. Oluwatoyin was declared missing on June 6th She was found murdered  – a victim of a double homicide on Saturday.

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Ready for War: White power Moves to Old Tactics

Comrade Ellis, Black Hammer Times Staff

Every week, freedom fighters are hitting the streets yelling “black lives matter” in the faces of white power agents. We are rising up.

As our Commander in Chief Gazi, correctly says:

“Our knee is now on the neck of white power. “

They are begging us to stop. 

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Tom Watts is worse than a Nazi, he’s an American White Man

By Chief Galo & Comrade Ellis

The meaningless dribble of an article released by himself against himself, simply says I’m a Nazi, but I should be forgiven.

The article continuously ignored the FACTS! Which were:

One, Tom Watts and his business partner William Coppola aka “Iron Thunderhorse” kidnapped, raped, and sex trafficked young girls of all colors, including Black and Brown girls.

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I keep a shotgun in every corner of my bedroom

I keep a shotgun in every corner of my bedroom, and the first cracker even looks like he wants to throw some dynamite on my porch won’t write his mama again”

-Fannie Lou Hamer

Throughout history, African and colonized people from across the globe have always needed to defend themselves from reactionary forces. From the maroon communities of the 1700s to the People’s Protection Units in Syria, armed resistance played an integral role in the preservation of strong and self-sustaining communities. 

It’s easy to recall the iconic Malcolm X photo, rifle in hand while peering out of his window, but contrary to popular belief, MLK was also a gun owner and was reported to possess an arsenal of firearms inside of his house. King also applied for his concealed carry license shortly after his house was bombed in 1956, but was ultimately denied by the state. Although the civil rights movement of the 1960s was predominately non-violent, there were groups of Black people such as the Deacons for Defense that oftentimes provided armed security during marches, much to the dismay of the NAACP and King’s peers. Ida B Wells, a prominent anti-lynching activist in the 1890s, vowed that a “Winchester rifle should have a place of honor in every Black home and that it should be used for that protection that the law refuses to give.”


Robert F. Williams was the head of the Monroe, North Carolina chapter of the NAACP during the ‘60s. His branch was unique in that he was an advocate for armed self-resistance and was willing to meet “violence with violence.” As sit-ins throughout the South were rife with racist violence towards Blacks, Williams reported that “not a single demonstrator was even spat upon during our sit-ins” because they openly displayed their firearms and were willing to use them to defend themselves.

After Hurricane Katrina struck Louisiana in 2005, a band of white nationalists used the opportunity to form a militia within the Algiers Point neighborhood to patrol and kill Black people that were looking for resources. Anarchists, as well as people from the community, provided disaster relief while also defending themselves from the newly formed “Algiers Point Militia” and law enforcement. This action further proves that community armed self-defense is an effective tactic, and without it the people would’ve been rendered defenseless in this circumstance.

As late-stage capitalism and climate change progress, it is important for marginalized communities to arm themselves. It is evident that armed self-defense is a part of the revolutionary history of African and colonized people. We cannot depend on the morality of white supremacists when they continually refuse to acknowledge our rights and humanity as African and colonized people. If their primary goal is the extermination of our communities, we should be prepared to defend ourselves. Join the Black Hammer Gun Club today and help us arm our communities together!


Qasem Soleimani was deemed a Terrorist because he resisted Colonialism!  

I always see this barrage of tweets coming from black twitter whenever some white devil decides to do a mass murder of colonized people. Colonized people online then march to their keyboard to tweet “Why isn’t he being called a terrorist.” 

We as colonized people are very confused about the world we see. The reason why this is is because we have some kind of faith in this system and believe that at its core it means well. This type of foolishness will always lead you to foolish outcomes. The reason why the white man that shoots up a church isn’t called a terrorist is because the killing of Colonized people is not something the system is against and doesn’t do themselves. 

The united states of america is the real terrorist. What is a terrorist? This is what the dictionary says: a person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. Were the atomic nuclear bombs that were dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima not unlawful violence against civilians to politically intimidate Japan and the world into u.s. imperialist submission? 

Wasn’t it america that went to war against Vietnam to force them to submit to french imperialism? When america went to Vietnam they dropped napalm bombs on highly civilian populated cities and towns because the Vietnamese people wanted to be a free people. Napalm combusts the oxygen in the air, turning CO2 (carbon dioxide) into CO (carbon monoxide). In some cases, people have been boiled to death in rivers made hot by the heat of nearby napalm bombs.

Even here within their own borders, the united snakes is a terrorist to colonized people that dare to be free. The MOVE organization was a group of young black people that wanted to live a life away from technology, processed foods, and american propaganda. When they decided to criticize the police on a loudspeaker the police decided to illegally evict the men, women and children out of the MOVE house. When the MOVE members did not leave, the Philadelphia police dropped a bomb on them and their neighbors. This bomb killed eleven people (John Africa, five other adults, and five children aged 7 to 13).

This terrorism is what america does at home and abroad to the entire Colonized world! It attempts to crush the natural will of the people to resist its domination of their land, labor and resources through terrorism! The military travels around the world and shoots, bombs, and now drones people to submit to the rule of the white ruling class. So when a white man shoots up some black church how do you expect the machine of terrorism to properly critisize another proper terroist.

You are telling me this beast of terrorism is rightfully calling Qasem Soleimani a terrorist? The only crime Qasem Soleimani is guilty of to america is defying the will of white power imperialism. Qasem Soleimani didn’t use the cowardly terrorist tactics of america by killing defenseless citizens. He attacked u.s. and western imperialist invading soldiers who trained and armed to the T and whom  are the real terrorists. Terrorists who have brought nothing to his region other than the death of millions of people to steal the oil that lies underneath their feet. 

Soleimani spent his life going around and assisting and training the people of his region who were brave enough to resist against this inhumane western oppression. No wonder millions of people all over his region (Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan) came out and mourned his death for days in the streets. 

Those millions of people that came out are people who all have lost loved ones to this snake known at the west imperialism. These are people who have generations of stories of the horrors america and colonialism have put them through. The largest funeral in human history was for Qasem Soleimani! The largest funeral in history didn’t go to a Royal, a President, an Actor or a Musician it went to someone that resisted Colonialism. The largest funeral in human history chanted “Death to america!”. Those who want to be on the right side of the question must ask why is that?

8-10 million Iranians died over The Great Famine caused by the british in the late 1910s. The Great Famine and Genocide in Persia, during which american documents show that the british prevented imports of wheat and other food grains into Iran from Mesopotamia, Asia, and also the usa, and that ships loaded with wheat were not allowed to unload at the port of Bushehr in the Persian Gulf. britain intentionally created genocide conditions to destroy Iran and to effectively control the country for its own purposes. Iran at that time was called “land of desolation and death” .

This is important because what the british did to Iran back then we call “Economic Sanctions” today. These earlier imperialist tactics of terrorism is the origin of the modern terrorist tactics of today. The economic sanctions keep resources away from the Iranian citizens and force them into dire economic conditions. This tactic is used to force the people of the target country to overthrow their country’s government and replace it with a government that will yield to colonialism. Then the u.s will lift the sanctions so people can have food and medicine. If the people don’t try to overthrow their government and resist colonialism then the people will die from limited access to food and medicine. 

Last month over fifty babies died because they didn’t have access to medicine that was being sanctioned away from Iran by america. The trump administration has restricted the pharmaceutical sanctions so tight that only 3 percent of Iran patients are able to attain the medicine that was prescribed to them by their doctor.

The united snakes of america has not only funded and trained terrorist groups in Iran killing tens of thousands of people a year but also started a war between Iraq and Iran that killed over a million people.  

If Qasem Soleimani was planning anything he was planning the continuation of his life’s work which was organizing his people to fight and defeat the Colonialism. For this reason and this reason only did they assassinate him! For this reason and this reason alone did they assassinate Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Fred Hampton, Huey P. Newton, Patrice Lumumba, Che Guvera, Thomas Sankara, Paul Bogle, and so many more of our leaders who dared to resist and organize others to defeat Colonialism! 

What is the definition of terrorism again? A person who uses unlawful violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. The united snakes and western imperialism illegally killed all of these Freedom-Fighting Colonized leaders to intimidate the oppressed people and make them throw in the towel to the unquestioned dictatorship of Colonialism. 

The Massa labels the slave that fought back as a terrorist while the massa defines himself as the keeper of freedom and peace around the world. 

I refuse to surrender to COLONIALISM! The terror they have issued to our leaders and our people has failed its mission! It will always fail its mission to force us to bow! Because the spirit of revolution will always burn bright in Colonized people! It burned bright at the largest funeral in history last week among the millions of people all over the middle east! It burns brightly in the hearts of colonized people worldwide! We know who the real terrorist is and it ain’t us. 

The Iranian Parliament approved a bill Tuesday designating the entire U.S. military and Pentagon terrorist organizations. 

Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have reportedly suspended any profile mentioning Qasem Soleimani in a positive fashion. Facebook says they are complying with u.s. sanctions. 

Chief of Organization and campaigns: Mouhamadou Diagne 2019 Summary

This year I moved from Western Massachusetts to Atlanta to build the Black Hammer Organization. Despite losing the vast majority of my possessions in the move, a heart wrenching break up, and sleeping on a comrades couch for most of the year, building this organization has been the most rewarding experience. I can honestly say that working to serve my people pushed me to struggle with myself to be the best revolutionary I can possibly be. I do this work for my people, for them, I have the deepest love I can give. It is this love that pushed me to struggle so fiercely this year.

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Chief of Agitation and Propaganda: Robert Quińones 2019 Summary

Understanding the rage a colonized person feels under the boot of colonialism, you can imagine how it felt to have all that revolutionary energy wasted by channeling it into a cult.  When I severed ties with the past org, all the emotions of seeing my people go through genocide remained dormant in me. Stagnant, just eating away at me.

One day I got a message from comrade Gazi checking in, it was nice to talk to someone that actually went through what I went through. He let me know of an event he was organizing, some grand unveiling of sorts.  I wanted to see some of the people from old org, to get some closure and put an end to that chapter of our lives. I traveled to ATL and got my first impromptu assignment as AgitProp, be the cameraman for the event. That day we slammed the door on the past, we severed the chain that held us back with the Black Hammer.  

Since that day i aint look back.  I learned organization and that i been missing it my whole life.  In a span of a couple of months, I became responsible for a bunch of shit i ain’t never done before, making flyers, choppin videos up, setting up audio and visuals so we can have meetings.  In the process I have seen myself change, I now value hard work and discipline. I organized a food drive in the most distraught hood in my city, the people FLOCKED to us. Being there feeding the people meant the world to me because they need an organized apparatus that acts in their interest. I knew my brothers and sisters needed Black Hammer.

Now doing outreach, whether in ATL or Orlando there ain’t no hesitation to step right up to a stranger and tell em about my org and all the awesome things we do, I have full confidence in doing so because I helped get it all done.  I hated being on camera ever since I was little, now, im on camera twice a week providing political education and combine my two loves Politics and Anime. All I want to do is build Black Hammer because all I want to do is help liberate colonized people.