The Murder of Fred Hampton

 

Year: 1971

This film explores the details surrounding the death of Black Panther Chairman Fred Hampton of Illinois. On December 4th. 1969, the chairman’s residence was entered forcibly at 4 in the morning. He was murdered by police while in bed with his 8-months-pregnant wife. Four of the apartment’s inhabitants were severely wounded. The film showcases some of methods used by the Local Police and FBI used to cover up in the media.

It is not shown in the film, but the FBI spearheaded the assassination. “The FBI, determined to prevent any enhancement of the BPP leadership’s effectiveness, decided to set up an arms raid on Hampton’s Chicago apartment. FBI informant William O’Neal provided them with detailed information about Hampton’s apartment, including the layout of furniture and the bed in which Hampton and his girlfriend slept.” Read More.

Key Concepts:

  • Evidence of planned government attacks on the advancement of the African race
  • Evidence of American Government’s ability & motive to plan & execute violent action against its citizens.
  • Insight into the Panthers, protectors of their communities who come to be largely portrayed as violent militants.
  • Marked resemblances between the brute force policing of past times and the “kill and cover up” cases that are prominent today.

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The People’s Law Office represented Hampton, and many other Panther members and in 1983, succeeded in winning Fred Hampton’s survivors a $1.8 million settlement. This page shows legal documents from the cases.

Revolutionary Construction

 

Houses made of grass and dirt. Your most immediate thought is probably mud huts, and the closest thing you’ve probably seen to it is adobe houses in New Mexico, but cob construction is by no means as unappealing as the things that come to mind.

Meet Cob.

Cob is easily and inexpensively constructed, and as you will see, virtually indestructible. It is also naturally more adaptable to its environment making it low maintenance meaning less heating, cooling, and other expenses.

Imagine how this technology changes everything. As modernized versions of this and similarly progressive techniques grow, homelessness and multimillion dollar construction projects can quickly become a relic of the past.

Ayahuasca x Ted Talks.

 

In this Tedx video, Graham Hancock discusses the role of Visionary Plants and altered states of consciousness in the evolution of human consciousness. He links man’s prehistoric leap from cave to civilization with consciousness, and highlights visionary medicine’s central roles in major Ancient Civilizations, including those in Egypt, India, and South America.

Ayahuasca has also been used to cure Heroin, Cocaine and other hard drug addiction with a high 60% success rate, suggesting its widespread use could mean a huge reduction in addiction worldwide– yet it is more prohibited than any other substance.

He cites strict government prohibition of spiritual substances like Psilocybin (Mushrooms) and Ayahuasca (DMT) despite their proven benefit and spiritual import as acts in a War on Consciousness.

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