18. May 1968
The reasons why Black and White America are waging war against each other are historical, so we should skip them, and instead deal with the present results.
In this short article, it is impossible for me to give a full explanation of my subject, how can the blacks survive, the blacks' war strategy, the face of racial murders and the fighting strategy of the US military and industrial complexes. I will concentrate on the less romantic features of the guerrilla war in the big cities.
American concentration camps
In 1950, during McCarthy's reign of terror, the McCarran Act was passed. The Korean War was in full swing. The purpose of this law was to silence any opposition that might harm the internal security of the US administration. In other words, any individual or group suspected of collaborating with a foreign power to govern the United States. . .
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