Psl Study Session Marxism, Revolution & The National Question

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Psl Study Session Marxism, Revolution & The National Question says
Every month is Black History Month!

Join the Party for Socialism and Liberation as we study the history of past Black Liberation movements and how they were targeted and destroyed to create the situation that we have now.

One of the readings will be from a text written by New Jersey political prisoner Kevin "Rashid" Johnson which can be found here ( ).. Copies of reading material provided for a small sliding scale donation.

From the text:
“Look into the matter of your enemy’s alliances and cause them to be split and dissolved. If an enemy has alliances, the problem is grave and the enemy’s position is strong; if he has no alliances the problem is minor and the enemy is weak.” – Chinese military proverb

“Approximately 28% of the [FBI’s domestic covert action] efforts were designed to weaken groups by setting members against each other or to separate groups which might otherwise be allies and convert them into mutual enemies. The techniques used included … encouraging hostility up to and including gang warfare between rival groups…” – Church Committee, U.S. Congressional Report: Intelligence Activities and the Rights of Americans, 94th Congress, 2nd Session, Report No. 94-755 (1976)

There are some one million youth gang members in Amerika today. No wonder the popular image of a young Black male, or a youth of color is that of a violent “gang banger.” While no one can deny that gang violence is a common occurrence in the oppressed communities, what is seldom mentioned is that the U.S. government has been behind instigating and spreading this violence and creating the conditions that gave rise to it."
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By: Party for Socialism and Liberation - PSL

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