Saturday, 31 December 2016


I've never really given a fuck about new year's eve, and all of the horseshit resolutions that no one ever keeps. However, it is a good starting point for any real changes you'd like to make, and I hope everyone has a safe and happy time.
  AK-47 will be playing the Jay Brown Memorial/ Cancer Benefit Show on the 28th of this month at Logan's, and we'll hopefully be recording in February. We have over 30 fucking songs, and I'm not sure what we're going to do with them all. A CD, record, and a tape ? Who the fuck knows.

Anyway,there is no doubt that the western powers, with the u.s. at the head of it all, will continue spreading freedom and democracy. Read about one of the heroic u.s. army leaders right here : 

U.S. Army colonel sentenced to 12 years for child pornography 

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A colonel who once headed the U.S. Army‘s strategic war gaming division sobbed and apologized Wednesday before being sentenced to 12 years for receipt and distribution of child pornography.
Col. Robert Rice, 59, told a federal judge in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that he was deeply ashamed and acknowledged that the victims of child pornography may never heal.
“When this began I didn’t see the human beings,” Rice said. “I came to realize that this is not a victimless crime. That each time an image is passed it renews the … emotional damage.”
He said he was “so sorry and ashamed for what I did to continue that cycle.”
The sentence was made concurrent with a four-year term he received in October after pleading guilty to three pornography counts during a military court-martial. Those findings and sentence are under review by an Army general.
In the federal case, Rice was convicted by a jury, and Assistant U.S. Attorney James Clancy said his actions during the investigation and trial were calculated.
“The severity of this kind of crime cannot be overstated,” Clancy said.
Clancy said that Rice wore his full dress uniform, bedecked in medals, every day of his trial.
Rice also blamed his wife for his own conduct, which Clancy said subjected her “to an extended period of humiliation.” Clancy said they have been involved in a protracted, bitter divorce that is not final.
Rice told U.S. District Judge Christopher Conner that his own actions put his wife in an impossible position.
“She had the moral courage to do what was right, and I did not,” Rice said.
Rice, who has spent 37 years in the military, was most recently assigned to the U.S. Army War College’s Center for Strategic Leadership in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He was arrested in 2013.
He said he took “full responsibility” and had brought discredit upon the Army. He apologized to the Army, his family members, his friends and investigators.
Conner said Rice’s criminal activity became known because of software that had been installed on one of his computers. He said Rice had a large number of images and displayed knowledge of and experience in trading child pornography, actions that occurred over an extended period of time.
Rice’s lawyer argued that Rice’s age puts him at a low risk of re-offending and that he has benefited from counseling.
He was fined $5,100 and will have to spend 10 years under supervision upon release.
© 2016 The Canadian Press

Tuesday, 27 December 2016


There are many different ways to approach the trump victory in the u.s.a.
Some morons want to "give him a chance", others want a ballot recount, and still other people want to fight back against racism, misogyny, the war on the poor, etc., in any and every way that's possible at any given time. I'm always curious as to what those locked down in amerikkka's dungeons think. Here's a conversation with a prisoner  . Read and learn, assholes.

Monday, 26 December 2016


Fuck boxing day sales and all of that shit, today is  the day Chairman Mao was born. Dec. 26th, 1893, to be exact. Fuck what you think you know, Mao was the greatest Revolutionary of our time. Sure, you can start screeching about "millions killed","totalitarianism ","dictatorship",and all of that other bullshit. After all, when talking about Revolutionaries in this country, who needs to be bothered with facts ? Just start whining about " mass murder" without having any real knowledge to back you up, and you'll get along just fine. Watch this video about Chairman Mao   , jerks.

Saturday, 24 December 2016


Listen to this wonderful Christmas song by The Kinks  , from around 1977/78. It will get you into the spirit of things.


To state the obvious, bourgeois/fascist politicians only see and hear what they want to, and basically everything is open to interpretation. trump doesn't see christian fascists as terrorists, only the muslim ones are. Fuck him. Oh yeah, and have a good Christmas, or whatever it is you're into. Take 'er easy, eh.

When Is Terrorism Not "Terrorism," in the Twisted World of Donald Trump?

December 23, 2016 | Revolution Newspaper |

Only hours after the attack on the Christmas market in Berlin where all kinds of people go this time of year to shop, eat, drink, and hang out, Donald Trump issued a statement claiming: “Innocent civilians were murdered in the streets as they prepared to celebrate the Christmas holiday. ISIS and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad.”
In reality, at the time he made his statement, Trump had no idea who was at this market, who carried out the attack, or why.
In reality by far the greatest numbers of victims of terrorist attacks, where the religious affiliation of victims can be determined, are Muslims.1
But Trump used this incident in Berlin to threaten new repression, new terror, new wars: “These terrorists and their regional and worldwide networks must be eradicated from the face of the earth, a mission we will carry out with all freedom-loving partners.”
The Washington Post reported that when asked about his plans to register Muslims within the U.S. and ban Muslims from entering the country, Donald Trump responded, “You know my plans.” And Trump, who made demonizing and threatening Muslims a key element of his campaign, and who has brought fanatic “war-on-Islam” crusading military men into the core of his cabinet, declared, “All along, I’ve been proven to be right. One hundred percent correct.”

Contrast that with…

In the warped worldview of Trump and his advisors, no evidence is ever needed to equate allterrorism with a Muslim war against Christians. On the other hand, no crime committed in service of or “inspired” by Christian fundamentalism is terrorism.
On June 17, 2015, Dylann Roof—a publicly declared Nazi-loving, Confederate-flag-waving, virulent white supremacist—slaughtered nine Black people engaged in Bible study in a Charleston, South Carolina house of worship. The earliest news accounts reported that Roof told victims, “I have to do it.... You rape our women and you’re taking over our country and you have to go.”
Trump’s response: “The tragedy in S.C. is incomprehensible. My deepest condolences to all.” 
“Incomprehensible”??!? A white terrorist had come into a Black church, murdered people and gave an ugly racist explanation to one of the few survivors. 
Condolences to “all”? Who are the “all”? Why not condolences to the murdered victims and their families?
When a man who declared he was saving fetuses from being chopped up and sold, shot up a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado last fall, Trump was asked on Meet the Press whether “heated rhetoric” about Planned Parenthood contributed to the attack.
Trump insisted, “We don't even know the purpose. I mean, he hasn't come out, to the best of my knowledge, with a statement as to why it happened to be at that location.”
The interviewer followed up with, “We have reporting that he [the murderer] was talking about baby parts and things like that from law enforcement officials during his interview.”
Trump responded, “Well, I will tell you there is a tremendous group of people that think it's terrible, all of the videos that they've seen with some of these people from Planned Parenthood talking about it like you're selling parts to a car. I mean, there are a lot of people that are very unhappy about that.” Here Trump was referring to and giving credence to totally discredited claims that Planned Parenthood sells “baby parts.”
In other words, Trump refused to acknowledge, let alone condemn, the on-record anti-abortion motives of a terrorist who attacked a Planned Parenthood clinic. But he expressed sympathy and understanding for the mentality of the attacker and others like him.
So in the sick and twisted fascist mind of Donald Trump, when is terrorism not"terrorism"? When Christians do it in the service of a fascist agenda!!

* For example, in early July 2016, a coordinated bomb attack in Baghdad, Iraq resulted in the deaths of over 300 people and injured hundreds more. The attack targeted Shia Muslims. ISIS claimed responsibility. The attack garnered only passing mention in Western media.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016


There are many fucking amerikkkan ( and kkkanadian ) idiots who are happy about the trump electoral victory, and I'm not talking about rich assholes. I'm talking about people who trump would definitely never hire to work in ANY of his various businesses, and would most likely make fun of their appearance also. The only thing that proves is that this fucking system thrives on ignorance, and a lot of people take pride in their own stupidity and hatred.
   On the other hand, there are many people from all walks of life who are willing to put everything on the line to fight this fascist shit. And what's with this "alt-right" bullshit ? It's fucking fascism, asshole, don't try to fucking clean it up with some new fake terminology ! Read this, fuckface:

Sparks of Outrage and Protest—and the Potential for Massive Resistance to Stop the Trump/Pence Regime from Taking Power

Updated December 14, 2016 | Revolution Newspaper |

The fascist regime that Trump and Pence are now forging represent an unprecedented danger to humanity. They must be stopped before they take control of the levers of power to commit immense horrors here and around the world. This would continue and leap beyond the countless crimes the U.S. rulers have committed for more than two centuries. To do this will take massive resistance of unprecedented scope, breadth, and determination involving millions of people in all corners of society.

"This Is Not Normal"

Flagburner Gregory "Joey" Johnson speaking in San Francisco, December 10, 2016.
Protest of Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock, December 10, Los Angeles.Protest of Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock, December 10, Los Angeles. Photo: Special to
Boston student walkout, December 5
Student walkout in Boston, December 5. Photo: Twitter/campuslately

Texas students join thousands to protest neo-Nazi Richard Spencer, December 6Hundreds of A&M students with homemade placards and banners joined thousands of people to protest neo-Nazi (aka “alt-right”) Richard Spencer, December 6. (AP photo)
December 7--Japanese American community groups led a protest in the Little Tokyo neighborhood of Los Angeles to oppose Trump's threats against Muslims and immigrants.
December 7—Japanese American community groups led a protest in the Little Tokyo neighborhood of Los Angeles to oppose Trump's threats against Muslims and immigrants. Photo: Twitter/@josie_huang
“Imagine if people, in the tens of millions, filled the streets, powerfully declaring that this regime is illegitimate and demanding that it not be allowed to rule! The whole political landscape would be dramatically transformed, every faction within the established power structure would be forced to respond—and all this could well lead to a situation in which this fascist regime is actually prevented from ruling. This is not some idle dream but something which could be made a reality if all those who hate what is represented by this fascist regime translate their outrage into firm determination and massive mobilization to create the conditions which make this possible.” —From the plan and mission for the month of resistance
There are millions who hate what is represented by this fascist regime, and some of this outrage has surfaced in protests, school walkouts, and other forms of resistance—as seen here. There are many in different spheres—academia, sciences, arts and entertainment, journalism, and others—who have been raising their voices against Trump/Pence and their fascist outrages. For more of these voices and ongoing coverage of resistance, go online to
It’s crucial to grasp that these sparks and voices represent a much bigger and real reservoir of broad angst and outrage that can and must be tapped and multiplied, exponentially, to quickly build the kind of resistance that is urgently needed—toactually Stop the Trump/Pence Regime from Taking Power.
We encourage Revolution/ readers to send us news and reports, pictures, and videos of the ways people are resisting (send
On Saturday, December 10, in San Francisco, 500 people marched in the rain to deliver the message “This Is Not Normal!” The action was initiated by people who had never organized a protest before. The march involved a broad range: people from the LGBT community, tech workers, students, artists, feminists, and others. The Revolution Club led many chants taken up by the march, like “We will not conciliate! We will not accommodate! We will not collaborate!” and read the statement “In the Name of Humanity, We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America” from the rally stage. Joey Johnson, revolutionary communist and notorious flag burner, spoke to the huge stakes for humanity in stopping the fascists, and pointed to Trump’s threat to jail and strip citizenship from people burning the American flag as one concentration of the fascist program.
On the same day, in Los Angeles, thousands of people from many walks of life converged downtown to demand the complete stop of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The DAPL threatens the water source for the Standing Rock Sioux people and sites that are important to their culture, and if completed will add significantly to the the global climate change endangering the planet. More than 600 copies ofRevolution newspaper were distributed along the march, and hundreds of people carried posters declaring “In the Name of Humanity, We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America.”
On Monday, December 5, hundreds of Boston high school and college students walked out of classes and rallied at Boston Commons. According to the Boston Globe, the students delivered a list of demands to the Massachusetts governor and the Boston mayor, “to protect minorities and immigrants, support public education, and denounce white nationalists who have been energized by a Trump victory.”
Trump has threatened to immediately deport millions of immigrants and cancel Obama’s temporary deferrals of deportations of young undocumented people. In response, students across the country are organizing and acting—through walkouts, rallies, and petition campaigns—to demand that their schools become “sanctuary campuses” that protect undocumented immigrants, as well as LGBT people and other who may come under attack from the government as well as fascist mobs. (See “Students Across the County Demand Sanctuary Campuses: Schools Should Be Safe Zones from Fascist Attacks—No Matter What”)
On December 6, at Texas A&M University, neo-Nazi leader Richard Spencer’s appearance on the campus was met with righteous protest by hundreds of students and hundreds of others from Houston, Austin, and other cities and towns in Texas. This school is known as one of the most conservative state universities in the country—so this raucous protest of thousands was very significant. (See “Thousands Protest Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer at Texas A&M”)
On December 7, on the anniversary of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor that began the war between U.S. and Japan, a number of Japanese American community organizations in Los Angeles led a protest in the Little Tokyo neighborhood against Trump’s attack on immigrants and Muslims. They compared what Trump is saying and threatening to the U.S. government’s vilification, mass round-ups, and imprisonment in concentration camps of people of Japanese ancestry during World War 2. There were calls for Little Tokyo to become a sanctuary for those singled out by Trump, and for people to “put their bodies” between those targeted and the authorities. 
The Jewish group IfNotNow, which came together in 2014 to opposes the horrific U.S.-backed Israeli war on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, has been protesting Richard Bannon, the white-supremacist, anti-Semitic neo-Nazi who is Trump’s “chief strategist.” On December 8, IfNotNow in New York City posted on their Facebook page: “This morning, we delivered white roses to the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, and demanded that they join our call to #FireBannon. The white rose was used by students from The University of Munich as a symbol of nonviolent resistance to the Nazi regime, and now we claim it as our own—to demonstrate our resistance to state-sponsored hate as the #JewishResistance.”
On December 10, 200 people marched around the M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to protest Trump who was attending the Army-Navy football game. The Baltimore Sun said that the protesters chanted “No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here” and “We reject the president-elect” and held up signs like “Resist” and “Make fascists hide again.”
On Friday, December 9, at the annual awards ceremony of the International Documentary Association (IDA) held at the Paramount Theater in Los Angeles, TV writer and producer Norman Lear said from the stage that the country is entering “a very dangerous time” with the election of Trump, which poses “serious obligations”: “If, for example, he or his administration in any way threatens the free speech rights of our documentary filmmakers, the IDA and every supporter in this room must—will, I am sure—hunker down together and fight our asses off.” According to Hollywood Reporter, “Feelings on this topic were clearly running high all around, as an audience member yelled, ‘He’s a fascist!’ during Lear’s speech.”
Spurred by the rise of Trump, a website called “Professors Watchlist” has been posting names professors they accuse of “leftist propaganda”—more than 200 names so far. This kind of fascist witch-hunt on campuses will only become more extreme if the Trump regime is allowed to firm up its grip on power. When two professors at Notre Dame university appeared on the list, more than 100 faculty members at the campus took a stand against the witch-hunt with an open letter saying the watch list should add their names in order to reaffirm “our values and recommitting ourselves to the work of teaching students to think clearly, independently and fearlessly.” See the “Other Voices Against Trump” page at for this statement and other voices of resistance, including MIT professors, Cornel West, New York Times columnist Charles Blow, and others.
There are various calls for protests in Washington, DC, as the date for Trump inauguration approaches. On December 10, Shaun King—New York Daily News writer and widely followed social media commentator—sent out a tweet saying: “Many people asking me if people should clog the streets of DC to prevent the inauguration ceremony. On general principle alone, YES.” A few days earlier, filmmaker Michael Moore tweeted: “Disrupt the Inauguration. The Majority have spoken—by nearly 2.7 million votes &counting! Silence is not an option.”
Update: On December 12, there were protests in a number of cities around the country in response to a "Women and Allies" call to “deliver the message in a unified voice that we are ready to stand against any government action that would serve to erode the rights of women and other vulnerable groups.” See "'Women and Allies' Actions Oppose Trump-Pence Attacks."

Monday, 19 December 2016


The fucking u.s. imperialists talk a lot about the "opposition" and "rebels" in Syria, but who the fuck are they actually talking about , at least partially ? Included in the mess that makes up the "opposition" in Syria, is isis, also known as daesh. So the next time you hear the fucking west talk about "atrocities" committed by "fundamentalists" or "jihadis", know that the west has provided them with many weapons, and for the most part turn a blind eye to the horrible shit they are doing and have done, much in the same way they don't report most of the war crimes they themselves are guilty of all over this fucked up world. Read how the fucking yanks are providing weapons to isis . 

Sunday, 18 December 2016


Why the hell were you not at the Angry Snowmans' show last night ? Were you tired ( boo fucking hoo )? Sick ? Working ? Family issues ? Okay, work, illness and family shit is all okay, but anything else is not. It was a great show, and worth the fact that I'll be running on 2.5 hours of sleep for the rest of the day, and still have to work tonight again.
  The band was fun, the songs were awesome, and this band is full of the nicest people you will ever meet. I think it may have actually been a sold out show, and it's no wonder why. This shit filled me with "Christmas spirit" whatever the fuck that means, and I will go every year if I can. If you missed it, Krampus will come and visit you. Good day.

Saturday, 17 December 2016


Anyone with any fucking sense knows that things were never any fucking good for the majority of Black people on this continent. From slavery to all of the fucked up racism, up to and including the fucking kkk and the pigs shooting people down in the street, this has been the reality of daily life in the good ol' u.s.a. So of course they have the right to export this brand of freedom to the rest of the world. And now with trump in charge, it may even get worse. This is something you can't turn your back on.

Trump and Black People: You Have NO Idea How Bad It Can Get

December 14, 2016 | Revolution Newspaper |

Some well-known Black people have gone around saying, “Well, we’ve gone through a lot, we’ll get through Trump”—and some people are echoing this.
Reality check: you have no idea HOW bad Trump is going to be for Black people. Yes, there’s been a reign of terror by police against Black people... yes, there’s been the ugly unending discrimination in every realm of society, from education to health care to housing and jobs... yes, there’s been the constant insult and threat; and now all that is going on steroids.
Just think of what he’s done already: He took out ads calling for the death penalty against the Central Park 5. The Central Park 5 were Black and Latino youths who were unfairly charged with rape, and who were found innocent years later—after serving long, hard years in jail. And what did Trump say, just this year, when asked about this? That he doesn’t care what the evidence said, he says they’re guilty and they should be back in jail. And then there’s whole birther thing he got behind and got in front of—all that was just a way to say that Black people should have NO rights.
Trump’s convention featured the former New York mayor, Adolph Ghouliani, screaming about “law and order” and “blue lives matter,” and this was a major theme of his campaign. Trump even said he wants to do stop-and-frisk in every major city. And he applauds the Philippine ruler Duterte, who murders suspects straight-up in the street, without even a trial—over 2,000 already since this summer. What do you think he’s gonna do now? Why do you think that every racist pig and prison guard and every sick white racist vigilante wanna-be are drooling? You don’t think they’re gonna go crazy? And is there any doubt who they’re gonna go crazy against?
And then there’s Trump’s picks. His attorney general is Sessions from Alabama—who got turned down for a federal judgeship by Republicans back in the 1980s for being too much of an out-there racist. His top advisor is Bannon, who brags that the website he ran was the “platform for the alt-right”—and the alt-right are a bunch of Nazis. There’s Ben Carson in charge of housing, that Tom who opposes all government assistance and says that if Black people are poor it’s their own fault. What do you think is going to happen to the rights to free expression and political resistance, to voting rights, to hate crimes (they’re already going through the roof), to public housing and so on down the line?
And the jobs Trump promises? If they happen at all, they’ll be minimum wage or below (and don’t be surprised when he puts even more people in prison to work for next to nothing).
Yes, there’s been a reign of terror. But this is gonna be a reign of terror ON TOP OF a reign of terror. Here’s a parallel to think about: After the Civil War, there were 11 years of Reconstruction in the South, where the former slaves got democratic rights and some land. Then there was a close, contested election in 1876, and a deal got made where the winner agreed to pull out federal protection. In the next few years, the Ku Klux Klan killed thousands of Black people, stripped people of their rights, and took almost all the land that people had been able to obtain. This kind of slam back and worse could be what goes down.
But there’s a bigger question. Trump’s already made clear he’s going after Muslims, after immigrants, after women, and after gay people with a vengeance... he’s made clear he’s gonna foul the environment on a level never seen before (and it’s already close to disaster)... he’s made clear he’s gonna be a warmonger. The kind of narrowness that comes at things from “what might this do to me” out, as if that’s the only question, is never any good and never justified—no matter where it comes from.
There’s a chance now to stop the horror, to stop it before it starts. Not a cinch, not a guarantee, but a chance—one worth fighting for. And the stakes for anyone who cares about the fate of Black people, as well as the people and planet as a whole, are very, very high.
(To find out more, go to

Wednesday, 14 December 2016


The war in Syria is really a war between russia and the u.s. But all we're hearing is the amerikkkan side of things. Now read something else.

In an interview to RT, the Syrian President warned against taking statements by western governments at face value, as in Aleppo, they seemed to care more about saving terrorists than civilians. He also slammed the lackluster reaction to ISIS’s onslaught on Palmyra.
President Bashar Assad sat down for an interview with RT’s Maria Finoshina as the war in Syria has hit a new critical point with the Syrian Army’s liberation of Aleppo and Islamic State’s (IS, ISIS/ISIL) return to Palmyra. Here’s a fragment of the interview, which is to be exclusively aired on RT on Wednesday.
RT:Palmyra is another troubled region now, and it’s now [being] taken by ISIS, but we don’t hear a lot of condemnation about it.
President Assad: Exactly, because if it was captured by the government they would be worrying about the heritage. If we liberate Aleppo from the terrorists, the western officials and the mainstream media, they are going to be worrying about the civilians. They do not worry when the opposite happens, when the terrorists are killing those civilians or attacking Palmyra and destroying the human heritage, not only the Syrian heritage.
[The Palmyra offensive of] ISIS, if you look at the timing of their attack is related to what is happening in Aleppo. This is the response to what is happening in Aleppo – the advancement of the Syrian Arab Army – and they wanted to undermine the victory in Aleppo and at the same time to distract the Syrian Army from Aleppo to make it more toward Palmyra and stop the advancement. But, of course, it did not work.
RT: Western countries have been repeatedly asking Russia and Iran to put pressure on you to, as they put it, stop the violence. Just recently, six western nations asked Russia and Iran again to put pressure on you, asking for a ceasefire in Aleppo. At the time when your army was progressing, they were asking for a ceasefire.
Assad: It’s always important in politics to read between the lines, not to be literal. It doesn’t matter what they ask. The translation of their statement is for Russia [to] “please, stop the advancement of the Syrian Army against the terrorists.” That is the meaning of their statement, forget about the rest: “You went too far in defeating the terrorists, that shouldn’t happen. You should tell the Syrians to stop this. We have to keep the terrorists and to save them.”