Tuesday, 29 May 2012

AIM Clika Member of the Month: Enki

Enki: AIM Dirty Jerz General, MC & Activist

Our first ever AIM Clika 'Member of the Month' goes to AIM Dirty Jerz (East Coast) General, MC and activist Enki. He is doing an incredible job running his New Jersey Chapter and remaining active in the world of underground political hip hop and activism while reppin his AIM Clika fam to the fullest. Check out his AIM Clika artist's profile right here and bump some of his ill anti-illuminati tracks while you're at it. Also if you're an MC, activist, B-Boy/B-Girl, graff artist, DJ, producer, writer, hacktivist or any other type of revolutionary that could benefit the global struggle for justice in the New Jersey area then check out A.I.M. Dirty Jerz and get at Enki if you want to take AIM.

Mad Respect Enki. You are Member of the Month!

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Shahin Najafi’s Death Fatwa: They Are At It Again by Maryam Namazie

 Shahin Najafi: The Salman Rushdie of Hip Hop?

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Ayatollah Golpayegani has issued a death fatwa against 31 year old rap artist Shahin Najafi for apostasy. Shahin’s rap entitled Naqi is deemed to be ‘offensive’ to a Shia imam. The Fars press agency (which is a government mouthpiece) has announced the ‘establishment of a campaign to execute Shahin Najafi’ who lives in Germany.

What utter nerve.

The German government and EU should issue a warrant for Golpayegani’s arrest. Rather than promulgating arrest warrants for dissidents and free thinkers like Hamza Kashgari, INTERPOL can then promulgate the arrest of a real criminal.
Is that really too much to ask?
As the late Mansoor Hekmat has said:
…No one took Mr. Khomeini to court for issuing a death fatwa against Salman Rushdie; notwithstanding that inciting to murder is a crime in all countries of the world. And this is only a small corner of a network of murder, mutilation, intimidation, abduction, torture, and child abuse. I think that the Medellin drug cartels (Escobars), the Chinese triads, and Italian (and American) mafia are nothing in comparison to organised religion.
Here’s Shahin’s rap:

Shahin Najafi’s death fatwa: They are at it again
May 10, 2012 at 2:23 pm Maryam Namazie

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Ayatollah Golpayegani has issued a death fatwa against 31 year old rap artist Shahin Najafi for apostasy. Shahin’s rap entitled Naqi is deemed to be ‘offensive’ to a Shia imam. The Fars press agency (which is a government mouthpiece) has announced the ‘establishment of a campaign to execute Shahin Najafi’ who lives in Germany.

What utter nerve.

The German government and EU should issue a warrant for Golpayegani’s arrest. Rather than promulgating arrest warrants for dissidents and free thinkers like Hamza Kashgari, INTERPOL can then promulgate the arrest of a real criminal.

Is that really too much to ask?

As the late Mansoor Hekmat has said:

…No one took Mr. Khomeini to court for issuing a death fatwa against Salman Rushdie; notwithstanding that inciting to murder is a crime in all countries of the world. And this is only a small corner of a network of murder, mutilation, intimidation, abduction, torture, and child abuse. I think that the Medellin drug cartels (Escobars), the Chinese triads, and Italian (and American) mafia are nothing in comparison to organised religion.

Here’s Shahin’s rap:


Go on Shahin Najafi’s Facebook page and click ‘like’ to support him.

Find original article here.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Knew Eyes


Bristol rapper and poet Knew Eyes started getting into conscious, meaningful Hip Hop aged 12 with his first Jurassic 5 album. His collection quickly grew to include artists like Talib Kweli, Immortal Technique, Lowkey, Blackalicious, The Roots, K-Os, Common, Jedi Mind Tricks, Atmosphere, Foreign Beggars and many others. "I just started filtering out the gangsta shit, I liked the beats but I wanted more meaningful music"

It came as a natural progression that when expelled from school and moved to attending music college, Hip Hop was his genre of choice for creation. Originally producing and then turning to rapping as well, Knew Eyes formed political hip hop duo The Insurgents shortly after finishing music study. With The Insurgents, Knew Eyes enjoyed winning "Underground Track Of The Year" on Vogue FM, steady rotation on several New York radio stations and airplay across Canada, France, Brazil, England and Australia, as well as gigs across the UK including many charity fundraisers.

Shorty after his first tour of Australia Knew Eyes joined Guerrilla Republik UK and AIM to help network with others with similar awakened world views and to help spread the themes of justice and enlightenment across the globe via music. Knew Eyes' debut LP The Keys To The Kingdom is currently still available for free download on many sites after nearly 3500 recorded downloads so far, you are invited to download, burn, copy and share this gift with as many people as possible.

Fresh back in the UK from his second tour of Australia where he met Immortal Technique, Knew Eyes is currently working on his much anticipated first full length album entitled "The Anarchist Hookbook" for release later in 2012. with a twist of dub influence to his political hip hop, it is sure to be well received in the underground scene.

You are invited to get in touch with Knew Eyes via Facebook or email - kneweyes@hotmail.co.uk - For bookings, enquiries, musings, joining the digital street team, compliments or complaints - 
 "I got time for everyone"
(Knew Eyes)

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable" 
(John F Kennedy)

Coming Soon!


The Keys To The Kingdom (2011)
 Guerrilla Republik's Justice Has No Borders (2011)
 Guerrilla Republik's United Front Vol. 1. (2012)


Damned Be The Damned

Verse 1

I'm not dealing with this, distorted bliss/
losing strength like a crippled fist, it's never hit and always miss/
cursed be the fist like I touched you with a poisoned kiss/
slay the 4 horsemen, and hijack the apocalypse/
There's always fire on the paths I seem to need to tread/
you're nightmares stay in bed, I carry mine around inside my head/
and my bedding's barbed wire, made just so I can settle in/
playing Russian Roulette with no smiles and no adrenaline/
We never win, follow blindly cos it's contagious/
cursed to follow fashions and whatever the fuck the rage is/
I never meant to make this, it's the life that I've been forced to lead/
black roses spring up wherever I go to plant a seed/
But greed and desire, are the sins that we're just forced to heed/
whatever fate decreed - nightmares spill from my lips/
so I freestyle, while the skull of Yorik adlibs/
and write messages in blood, on the bedroom doors of pesky kids/
But these ghosts aren't fake and won't be rumbled like Scooby's/
or easily destroyed, like in bad zombie movies/
I bring uneasiness with confidence and a howl towards the moon/
and a chill sweeps the innocents when I step into the room/
Soon this skeleton can be seen from underneath this skin/
and empty eyes betray the soul I've traded from within/
I'm not meant to be here like pregnancies that unplanned/
Walking the Earth on times' sand, cos damned be the fucking damned/

Hook (scratch)

It is a world of light and dark
Look too deeply and you will find things that should not be known

Verse 2

So the damned can never quite reach exactly where they need to be/
hell's fury has no jury as you can plainly see/
I agree with wandering souls with brown bags of whisky/
if you've missed me, or the Kingdom's locked you need this key/
Keep it dark and frisky risky verses he recites/
the light's rooks are just no match, for the devils knights/
We fight amongst ourselves, for shiny things and Mordor's rings/
sleep on poached Angel's wings and awaken when the Seiren sings/
But why give out god's speed, without god's brakes?/
I'll take you squared just to give you double double takes/
some weapons best left hidden like the lady in the lakes/
if the mountain won't move for my pen, my pen moves landscapes/
Our movement's unrecorded the Bayeux tapestrys been scorched/
the magic in people, labelled dangerous and torched/
ports desecrated, negotiated with the Mary Celeste/
I inscribe with no tribe but we still call it a quest/
so gather up the rest, societies on CCTV/
Presenting, misery in widescreen and HD/
come to the edge with me, less people and less pollution/
and less pressure on us to make a valuable contribution/
the solutions are there, but no-one knows and no-one cares/
like how many packs of cards are there in a flight of stairs?/
Is what we're doing real or manufactured and canned?/
the police stations are unmanned, cos damned be the fucking damned/

Hook (scratch)

It is a world of light and dark

Fresh Perspectives


The soldiers joining forces, to set out what the course is/
get data from the horses, and don't trust their sources/
of course it's just, shadows and reflections/
unseen connections and demon resurrections/
If these aren't your selections - be more selective/
Your over protected from fear you'll get rejected/
uncover like detectives, remember your objectives/
ancient ideas, and fresh perspectives/

Verse 1

How you come to see the world creates the world you see/
so who you are within your world defines who you must be/
gotta keep it on the low though or they'll come get rid of me/
man I can't have perspective if there's nothing left to see/
so we, sit and smile and for days we're content/
there's no compass to point out where the time went/
my minds sent back to those crazy days/
a save me phase, where my life is just a daze/
and lazy days, linked up with daisy chains/
amazing fame's, not what we're in this for/
cos the wounds of the old and past are still sore/
an album then a tour, you laugh and then you cry/
bring me low and take me high, first immortal then you die/
I marvel at the glittering distractions and the latest lie/
why do I prefer my silhouette to my picture?/
let's seek some real knowledge out there written in scripture/


The soldiers joining forces, to set out what the course is/
get data from the horses, and don't trust their sources/
of course it's just, shadows and reflections/
unseen connections and demon resurrections/
If these aren't your selections - be more selective/
Your over protected from fear you'll get rejected/
uncover like detectives, remember your objectives/
ancient ideas, and fresh perspectives/

Verse 2

I just can't see, why we're never allowed/
to have a silver lining without there being a cloud/
but it's not about brains or brawn, the battle lines are being drawn/
and ripped and torn, but we can still pour scorn/
on these, perverse churches they won't disperse purses/
So I bring life just like, reverse herses/
my urge is, to write more I'm addicted/
I don't know if it's constructive or self-inflicted/
so we're de-restricted, get your writer's blocks/
sit at home pull the locks and build your own Pandora's box/
Is it looking or seeing? Hearing or listening?/
Icy slush on the ground or snow that's glistening?/
but go to the bookshop, they're smiling to your face/
turn around and enter your details into the secret database/
it's all a chase, gotta watch how it rolls/
so I sit here with ample scrolls so I can sample souls/


So now we're joining forces, to set out what the course is/
get data from the horses, and never trust their sources/
of course it's just, shadows and reflections/
unseen connections and demon resurrections/
If these aren't your selections - be more selective/
Your over protected from fear you'll get rejected/
uncover like detectives, remember our objectives/
ancient ideas, and fresh perspectives/


Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Red Cross Misuse Quake Monies To Buy Land, Build a Hotel Like Clinton-Bush Fund by Ezili Dantò

There are over 800,000 earthquake victims still homeless or reshuffled, evicted out of the tents and tarps, 526,000 sick from UN-cholera, 7,000 dead from cholera, there's no shelter for the majority poor in Site Soley, no clean water for the suffering public.

But, the Red Cross uses $10.5 million in quake money to buy land in Haiti, now proposes to build a hotel like Clinton/Bush fund. Not in providing clean water infrastructure and sanitation. No. The Red Cross is considering building a hotel and conference center.

"The hope is that profits could sustain the work of Haiti's local Red Cross in the coming years, the head of the international group's Haitian delegation said Monday." (Red Cross Weighs Decision to Build Hotel in Haiti, AP, http://nyti.ms/HghcYO)

Now this the organization that is first in line to beg for "crisis" monies with each new crisis in Haiti and NEVER spends monies from one crisis for another. Keeping the storm monies. Collecting new monies for the earthquake and holding it in the bank, they said for "reconstruction" for Haiti. Providing hotels to foreigners apparently is reconstruction for Haitians.

Instead of building housing for the earthquake victims or the people in Site Soley who are living in filth primarily because the US promised jobs in the 80s that never were sustainable;

Instead of USAID making amends for slaughtering the peasant's livestock, killing 1.3 million indigenous Haiti pigs on a with-hunt to force the peasants into the Port au Prince capital to work at their non-jobs;

Instead of Bill Clinton's apology for destroying centuries of rural livelihood in Haiti with dumped Arkansas rice, as well as dumping US infertile seeds that depleted the land being made meaningful with new shelter and housing and reparations in the form of real investment in sustainable agriculture, the Clintons - one leading USAID, one leading the UN mission in Haiti - are building hotels in Port au Prince and in the North of Haiti.

A Korean factory is empty up in the North, but the Clintons are spending earthquake monies to build 5000 new homes for the anticipated factory workers.

I say "anticipated" because responsible Haitians know the shelters up North won't be for Haitians to live in.

The housing up North as well as the University the US just helped build in Limonade in the North (as opposed to using earthquake relief monies where the earthquake happened and repair the University of Haiti in Port au Prince) are, in fact, for the foreigners who need housing for their enterprises up North including the mining and oil drilling and deep water ports their stealing.

Recall there is five times more violence in the Dominican Republic than in Haiti. But the University up North is being uhmm "safeguarded" by the Dominican military. The Dominicans wish a piece of the pie if the Bankers and corporate oligarchy want their military arm to put down any Haiti resistance.

But you know, the propaganda is that they are on Haiti territory - them, Clinton, Farmer, the 37,000 to 42,000 NGOs to "heal" and "protect" Haitians.

Healing Haitians and providing jobs and education are the reasons these evil abominations, blan colon, always give to idiot and cowardly Haitians who are into denial.

So under the rubric of healing, protecting, providing relief, jobs and education, the colonial enterprise against Haiti marches forward.

There's no shelter, no clean water, no sanitation but blan colon has lots of idiot Haiti "technocrats" put up front to manage the peasant and patriot's resistance against the expansion of their retarded selves onto Haitian territory.

Meanwhile, pick up the mainstream news reporting on Haiti and it's filled with the propaganda that the Haiti government is "ordering" the ex-soldiers to clear out of the old bases they've taken over. Or, they are running some tripe about Gerald Latortue/Jeb Bush's Miami about to indict President Aristide on corruption charges. Talk about projection!

None in the mainstream media is doing any real reporting work, investigating the corruption of Gerarld Latortue, the Bush administration for ousting a democratically elected President, the NGOs failures in Haiti, the UN's continued denial of liability even though Bill Clinton admits they brought cholera. Not one talks about the UN hiding behind immunity to commit crimes with impunity. (Bill Clinton admits UN brought cholera, Haiti raped again)

Oh no, they're back to the witch-hunt against Aristide to further silence and terrorize Haiti's majority, keeping the NGOS, the UN and the pharmaceutical companies flush on Haiti's poverty and agony. No democracy, no justice. Just vampires gorging themselves on Haiti blood, bodies and lands.

When the Washington Post, Miami Herald, ABC news, CNN or AP are not telling us about their puppet president's efforts (who, by the way, has no government since the Prime Minister resigned) to clear the ex-soldiers out of their old bases is the biggest "news" on Haiti today, they're running op-eds on how the US and UN don't want Martelly to revive the old Haitian army. (Haiti government orders former soldiers to clear old bases -http://wapo.st/GCVL0s or http://abcn.ws/GDFk6b )

Tell me please no one believes this crock! This CIA-made pretense.

Remember the US and US slaughters in Site Soley, Bel Air, Solino, Martissant, Gran Ravine? Recall the execution of ex-soldier Ravix by the US forces hidden behind UN guns? Come on folks? There are over 13,000 foreign soldiers on Haitian lands and their puppet government can't get some rag-tag ex-soldiers and their new guns out of old bases? (Haiti: The Handwriting on the Wall for Martelly and the US http://bit.ly/GHlsRH )

Truly, the embedded media is a travesty shoveling manure into the brains of the unsuspecting reader. All the while the quake monies are used to make Haiti a tourist haven, Haiti women, boys and girls are the bodies they invade, not just our lands are being raped.

And so it is with this latest Red Cross straight up STEALING from the earthquake victims. (Red Cross Weighs Decision to Build Hotel in Haiti - http://nyti.ms/HghcYO )

Ezili's HLLN urges the Haitian government, if you politicos have any, any shred of dignity left, void the SOFA agreement and deport all NGOs from Haiti NOW!!!!

Ezili Danto of HLLN March, 2012

Thursday, 29 March 2012

50 Banned Words In NYC School Tests

I came across this link via a friends page on Facebook and it made me want to both laugh and cry (mostly it inspired rage in me). It is an article about 50 words that are banned from being used in NYC school testing. And it is a ridiculous list. In my sincere opinion that is. I have found the full list here and have pasted them below for your reading pleasure.

The idea seems to be that these words may be controversial, may stir up difficult emotions in children, or may be prejudice against or towards certain groups of people. I understand the need for sensitivity in education, as in life. I want to live in a world of equality and respect (maybe someday we'll get there) and I believe schools have a large part to play in achieving that. Not sole responsibility, but a large part of it. School education, for me, should be about more that learning to read, write and count. Life needs more than that from us all.

So surely the best thing to do with a sensitive topic such as abuse or divorce is to face it. Talk about it and support those children effected by it. Not ignore it and leave kids even more isolated and vulnerable.

Here are the words... read em and weep!
  • Abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, or psychological)
  • Alcohol (beer and liquor), tobacco, or drugs
  • Birthday celebrations (and birthdays)
  • Bodily functions
  • Cancer (and other diseases)
  • Catastrophes/disasters (tsunamis and hurricanes)
  • Celebrities
  • Children dealing with serious issues
  • Cigarettes (and other smoking paraphernalia)
  • Computers in the home (acceptable in a school or library setting)
  • Crime
  • Death and disease
  • Divorce
  • Evolution
  • Expensive gifts, vacations, and prizes
  • Gambling involving money
  • Halloween
  • Homelessness
  • Homes with swimming pools
  • Hunting
  • Junk food
  • In-depth discussions of sports that require prior knowledge
  • Loss of employment
  • Nuclear weapons
  • Occult topics (i.e. fortune-telling)
  • Parapsychology
  • Politics
  • Pornography
  • Poverty
  • Rap Music
  • Religion
  • Religious holidays and festivals (including but not limited to Christmas, Yom Kippur, and Ramadan)
  • Rock-and-Roll music
  • Running away
  • Sex
  • Slavery
  • Terrorism
  • Television and video games (excessive use)
  • Traumatic material (including material that may be particularly upsetting such as animal shelters)
  • Vermin (rats and roaches)
  • Violence
  • War and bloodshed
  • Weapons (guns, knives, etc.)
  • Witchcraft, sorcery, etc.
Some of the words on the list just make me laugh. They're not allowed to talk about television? Or vermin? According to this list a lot of what should be taught in schools now cannot be. History for example... no talking about slavery. Biology... OK but don't talk about vermin, death, disease, evolution or cancer. Religious Studies/ Religious Education/ Religious & Moral Education (or whatever your school calls it)... cannot exist as not allowed to talk about religion, religious holidays, paganism, witchcraft/ sorcery etc. Social Studies and Current Affairs are also off the curriculum... no talking about terrorism, crime, homelessness, unemployment, politics (wtf?), war, violence, animal shelters etc etc etc. 

OMG! I mean really?? It seems like all that's left is sport and celeb gossip but oh wait... they are out too!


I would never allow my child to be educated in a school that followed this insane thinking. Children need to be protected, but pretending that the less pleasant things in life do not exist will only end with a whole generation of people completely unable to cope with life. We already have enough problems of our own doing without that as well.

End of rant...

*Santa Maria*

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Tunisia Take AIM

Tunisia Take AIM!

Wassup World Wide Wank. This is AK47, AIM Prez, bringing you up to speed with what's been happening with The Anti-Injustice Movement. The movement is spreading like fucking wildfire and each chapter is getting larger and more organized thanks to our incredible AIM Generals. To combat global injustice we need global resistance because our enemies are for the most part the global elite. We face ever increasing draconian times but thankfully our global movement is growing by the day to combat the very real potential of a New World Order which resembles an Orwellian 1984. Solidarity is the only solution and by building up local and national chapters which are organized locally but also centrally as a global movement it is possible to deracinate a legion of enemies. We also must embrace collaboration instead of competition with other organizations both within the world of Activism and Hip Hop because as the Ethiopian proverb goes: "When spider webs unite they can tie up a lion."

The latest AIM Chapter is in the North African country of Tunisia which is experiencing a period of political strife.
The Tunisian revolution is an intensive campaign of civil resistance, including a series of street demonstrations taking place in Tunisia. The events began when Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year old Tunisian street vendor, set himself afire on 17 December 2010, in protest of the confiscation of his wares and the humiliation that was inflicted on him by a municipal official. This act became the catalyst for mass demonstrations and riots throughout Tunisia in protest of social and political issues in the country. Anger and violence intensified following Bouazizi's death on 4 January 2011, ultimately leading longtime President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to step down on 14 January 2011, after 23 years in power. Street demonstrations and other unrest have continued to the present day. The Anti-Injustice Movement stands firmly behind AIM Tunisia in their struggle for a just political system.

AIM General RIP

I was approached by a highly politically astute MC called RIP who wanted to begin an AIM Clika chapter in Tunisia and I agreed without hesitation because his sincerity, blatant charisma and passion for change made him and obvious choice as General. We now have a total of eight official AIM Tunisia members ranging from emcees to graff artists to B-Boys and even a violinist. Their talents are impressive to say the least but what is even more impressive is that all of them have revolution in their heart. The chapter consists of graff artist/activist UW Flava, B-Boy/activist Ny No, MC/B-Boy/activist MC Dnt Care, B-Boy/activist Didou, graff artist/activist Wiss-Graff, MC/activist MC Blidpop and violin player/photographer/activist Radios. They are all down for the struggle for freedom and justice in what remains an unjust country despite a change of government in the wake of a brave revolution by the Tunisian people. One corrupt government has been replaced by another but AIM Tunisia have taken AIM so oppressors in Tunisia better backdafuckup.

Tijani Ribani

We received terrible news from AIM General RIP over the last few days as his 62 year old Father Tijani Ribani has become a political prisoner while peacefully protesting for worker's rights with the General Union of Tunisian Workers. In Tunisia the criminal (in)justice system does not provide free legal defence so thanks to some generous donations from members of The Anti-Injustice Movement we are able to pay for RIP's Father's defence lawyer. We support our own Clika and anyone who is a victim of injustice outside of it too. We will be continuing the struggle for freedom for Tijani Ribani and will push to raise awareness about the lack of rights and creeping Sharia Law in Tunisia. We will bring you more information on Tijani's case in the next couple of days.

AIM UK MC Knew Eyes with Immortal Technique in Australia

We also have an ever expanding AIM chapter in New Jersey under hard working AIM Dirty Jerz General Enki. We will bring you more information about that and other new members soon. We'd also like to welcome AIM UK MC Knew Eyes back to the United Kingdom after his tour of Australia. AIM Clika are growing stronger by the day. Watch this space or better still take AIM!

"En el mundo de mentiras, decir la verdad es un acto revolucionario."


~AIM President~

Monday, 12 December 2011

SAI on the Occupy Movement

As I have been following the development of the Occupy movement, I've experienced much internal struggle in terms of what it means to support it, to support its intent, to support those physically protesting and physically present at any global march/rally, to support its tactics, to support its claims...to support. I am therefore writing this brief statement not as an absolute position on the matter, but more as an invitation for dialogue regarding reasons for such inner struggle, and an invitation to discuss alternatives to the current Occupying "tactics" (for lack of a better word).

When I first heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement around the second half of September 2011, I was excited to learn that there was this "enough is enough" vibe brewing in NYC which seemed to have the potential to grow into a massive protest against the inequities of wealth which are extremely obvious to most of those who are now labeled the 99%. Then, very rapidly, the news of Occupy movement events throughout the United States and other nations began to reach me in a massive way, which made me feel that this was not a small event or a march or a rally, but perhaps the beginning of a global revolution which is certainly necessary. And this may in fact be just that, a necessary revolution.

Now, being from South America and having been born and raised there in the 70's, I am not new to massive protests, to tear gas, to inequities of wealth, to corrupt law enforcement, to laws that benefit the 1% who control everything; therefore there was nothing that shocked me about the response from police throughout global cities in regards to this movent...nothing that scared me or that I did not expect (as I'm sure many people who were raised elsewhere have felt). I remember clearly being a young boy and waiting for my teenage brothers to come home for a protes, from which they would eventually show up with a broken arm or nose, with red-shut eyes from tear gas, and wet from high pressure hoses used on them by mini armored tanks.

These were common events growing up, and events which continue to this day. Not too long ago, a huge portion of the my country's capital, Quito, took to the streets and successfully outed the then president, pursuing his exit all the way to the main international airport which was completely taken over by the protesters.

But that's Ecuador, and there are huge huge differences between Ecuador and the United States (which I will use as example, simply because I am more informed about its infracstructure than England's or France's per say). The situation here in the U.S. is completely different and the power of law enforcement and military force is exponentially, overwhelmingly more massive than anywhere on the planet. This difference makes it so that an attempt to pursue a movement/protest through violent means may not be the best idea, as gangsta as some people may feel they are, or as numerous as they may feel the population of protesters is. So what we are left with, fortunately in many ways, is a non-violent Occupy movement that invites all people from all ages, races, ethnicities, economic classes, and genders to participate in peaceful ways. Because there have been many decades of brainwashing going on which have made the population here (the U.S.) believe in voting, in democracy, in freedom of this and that, in constitutional rights, in human rights for that matter....there is an air of surprise among protesters when they get beaten, pepper sprayed, gassed, abducted, (soon tortured), which quite frankly baffles me. What baffles me most is that people protesting corruption among law enforcement somehow expect law enforcement not the be corrup/brutal/violent during a protest (I thought you already knew that and that's why you were protesting); that people who are protesting against non-negotiating stinking rich evil greedy forces are expecting those forces not to retaliate.....SUP WITH THAT!!!

SO, here's an alternative way of looking at the Occupy movement, perhaps through the eyes of the 1% who control everything (which is why there's protest to begin with). The economy is greased by the working bees who call themselves the 99%. These working bees need to be rounded up and held captive because if they will not grease the economy while living in this blissful illusion of democracy through ultra consumerism, then they will grease the economy from a detention center. We therefore need to get as many people into the main cities, and kill their movement by depriving them of their immediate needs (water and food), and then we need to place them in these detention centers. First, however, we need to pass laws or to support continuity of already existing laws which allow us to grab these working bees right off the streets and detain them indefinitely. To enforce that, we need to bring back some of the troops from Iraq and from any corner of the planet where we have troops at (literally everywhere on the planet), and we need to employ them....what else would the troops do when they are brought back, other than become law enforcement? (and this is not even mentioning mercenary groups like Blackwater, Xe, Triple Canopy which we saw show their face during Katrina, that's another subject for another blog post, for another scenario).

With this scenario in mind, if you really think about it, the Occupy movement, combined with the idefinite detention laws that have existed since the 80's where FEMA just takes over, like Rex84, or the new National Defense Authorization Act, and the "bringing back the troops" reality, this somewhat "conspiracy theory" does not seem that far fetched. People actually voluntarily rounding themselves up in places where they have absolutely NO control over their food and water sources does not seem like the best idea when dealing with those who have already been identified at the ruthless greedy rich powerful fat cats with full control of all resources. Imagine being in Manhattan along with fellow protesters, by the thousands, and water is shut down, and all transportation is shut down, and supermarkets, bodegas, stores are not restocked with food because all streets coming into the city have been blocked...LEGALLY!!!! whatever that means, particularly when those making up these laws are the ones who control the road blocks....and those employed to control the roadblocks are members of "bring back the troops" unemployed work force, or private mercenary companies...then what?

So, although I am not criticizing or diminishing the efforts/intentions/tactics of the Occupy movement as it exists right now, I would offer the possibility for the scenario which seems to be brewing and ideally implemented by the "law makers" and the military complex and the prison system/detention complex (state, federal AND PRIVATE) which I just mentioned. With this, I would also offer the alternative to the occupy movement, which would be to actually disoccupy the big cities and start to migrate away from these huge economic machines that we are greasing simply by living and working there. This may quite possibly result in less investment in products sold in big cities, less poor underpaid working bees supporting the wealthy who happen to live in these big cities, greater access to rural land which can expand self suffieciency and means to obtain water and food that is not being shipped from elsewhere by those who control everything including the roads in which these products are being transported, and a better fighting chance against being rounded up and caged up (which we are now making it easy to do).

Think about it, think about where you are and where the sources of water exist, where is the food grown, and entertain the idea of what would happen if you can move there. For those here in the state of NY, where I'm at, there's the Catskills, the Adirondaks, both which have enough water and food resources to last the entire population of NY and many more peripheral states for YEARS!

I will stop there and see what you think. Just a thought.

AIM East Coast General (New York)



PROCLAIM is a Hip Hop music artist born and raised in East Los Angeles, California. In his early teen years he became involved in the Chicano gang culture that has plagued East L.A. for many generations. As a result, he eventually ended up having a short incarceration in the juvenile hall system, which led to a year and half long rehabilitation process at the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, Texas. While there, he was able to transcend his gang mentality through a newly found passion for knowledge. This passion has led him to complete two bachelor’s degrees in psychology and philosophy at the California State University, Fullerton.

Even though he had listened to mostly West Coast rap his whole life with strong a influence from Tupac Shakur, it was during his time at CSUF that he discovered the conscious more positive side of Hip Hop music rooted in the East Coast underground tradition. Being exposed to this motivated him to start writing his own verses, producing his own beats, and eventually to record his debut album “Question Everything” released in 2006. His studies in philosophy and psychology had a big impact on the album and continue to influence his music to this day.
After “Question Everything“, he became deeply interested in politics due to the pro-longed Iraq war and the continuous deceptions of the Bush administration, which inspired him to record his 2nd album titled “Necessary Dissent” released in 2008.

In addition to his music, PROCLAIM has worked in the mental health and social service field for the past 7 years. In 2010, he graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco with a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. It was during his last year of graduate school that he began recording his latest album titled “Free Associations”. Continuing in his passion for knowledge and desire to struggle with certain philosophical questions, PROCLAIM moved to the United Kingdom to pursue a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of Liverpool where he resided during his course.

He has now returned to Cali and is working as a Psychotherapist. He also represents the
AIM Clika on the West Coast with his fellow AIM Cali soldados for justice. Moreover he has the honor of being the first ever MC to be selected for The AIM Raptivist Collective by AIM President AK47. He has recently released the album “Free Associations.” You can find alll his music available at all good online music stores. PROCLAIM is the emcee that brings Hip Hop and Philosophy together with outstanding results. 

Coming Soon!


Question Everything (2006)   
Necessary Dissent (2008)   
Free Associations (2011)
Coming Soon!

AIM West Coast

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Wednesday, 7 December 2011



Jae Davis, aka AdeKwit, was born in Miami Florida in the heart of the hood. He had an obsession with music from a young age and was bumpin real Hip Hop since Middle School. Writing poetry has always been his other passion in life and in only Grade 8 he was writing incredibly profound and existential material about his life and the universe that housed it. By the age of 11 or 12 he began to combine his two passions and started putting his poetry to beats. Davis had a talent that was apparent to all those around him even if his material would challenge their mental starch mentality about religion and politics.

Davis has suffered from depression throughout his life and his poetry and music has acted not only as a form of creative expression but also as a means of catharsis. His music expresses his personal struggles and deals with issues like atheism, politics, growing up in the hood and conquering the demons which have often lead him towards self-destruction. However his creativity not only serves as a form of self-healing but it also acts as a powerful tool of education for others.

Davis, now known by his emcee name AdeKwit, has been a long time AIM
member and is now part of the collective Grand Unified Theory run by fellow AIM member Greydon Square. Through The Anti-Injustice Movement AdeKwit endeavours to utilize his music to combat injustice, fight for equality and raise awareness about the dangers of religious fundamentalism. Furthermore through Grand Unified Theory he will use his music to raise people's consciousness about the importance of science and rational thinking. AdeKwit is a dedicated atheist and this comes across potently in his music. However like many other members of The Anti-Injustice Movement his AIM is to raise awareness about the dangers of fundamentalist religion but without persecuting liberal theists. Nevertheless his music demands that we should all question everything.

AdeKwit is working on his first mixtape 'The A.L.B.U.M.' and will soon be contributing to the second album by The AIM Raptivist Collective 'Lyrical Warfare Volume 2'. This up and coming emcee may be a new contender in the world of underground hip hop but there is no doubt that his lyricism, flow and music packs one hell of a punch. He is certainly destined to be a Hip Hop heavyweight.




The A.L.B.U.M. Mixtape (Coming soon!)


Piece of Rhyme

Where in the hell can I go to find piece of rhyme?
To give my mind some peace.
So I can spit it how I live and every beats defined.
To shed reality.

Where do I go?
Turn on the radio and all I hear is self indulgence
And people talking nonsense
I’m wondering where is all the substance
A place where money, clothes and cars are not the only options of topics for you
to discuss, just to make a profit.
While gas prices are rising
Homes are foreclosing.
Religious fanatics trying to stop your right to an abortion
Our troops still overseas
And we just murdered Bin Laden
Plus we’re arrogant if we think that’s the end of all our problems
It’s 2011 and people are still homophobic
Claiming it’s contagious to children
That’s absolutely bogus
And everybody’s a “Real Nigga”
I just ignore it
Plus “M.O.B. and Get Money”
Cliché rhetoric’s
I’m not downing anybody I just don’t endorse it
Struggling to make it to the top like a broken forklift
Trying hard to find the picture like a lost portrait
I’ll keep fighting to reach my goals
And never forfeit
I slept through the rapture that was miscalculated
What would you expect from a book that’s outdated?
Camping say’s October 21st would be the worst day
That’s pretty ironic
Because that’s my fucking birthday
So I’ll be drinking and chilling while you wait on an earthquake
Even advanced technology can’t predict when the Earth shakes
So be stupid and follow prophets that’s horrible at adding
And I think it’s actually sad people want this to happen
That’s why I want to find Piece of Rhyme
No limits in rapping
Display pictures with words
Exploiting my passion
Hope my music touches your heart
And reaches the masses
With rhymes that make your body rock
I call it lyrical action.

AIM Florida