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"No! No! No! it couldn't be true
That anyone else could love you like I do
I'm gonna warn all the dead-eyed dicks
That you're the chick with the slickest tricks
And every tick of my ticker ticks for you, follow through"
click below to listen this 1946 hit song
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"No! No! No! it couldn't be true
That anyone else could love you like I do
I'm gonna warn all the dead-eyed dicks
That you're the chick with the slickest tricks
And every tick of my ticker ticks for you, follow through"
click below to listen this 1946 hit song
http://nadimall.blogspot.com/2013/08/doctor-lawyer-indian-chief-betty-hutton.html

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Black Guerilla Family

The Black Guerilla Family, or BGF (also known as the Black Family or the Black Vanguard) is an African-American prison and street gang founded in 1966 by George Jackson, George “Big Jake” Lewis, and W. L. Nolen while they were incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County, California.
Inspired by Marcus Garvey, the Black Guerilla Family (BGF) was characterized as an ideological African-American Marxist Leninist revolutionary organization composed of prisoners. It was founded with the stated goals of eradicating racism, maintaining dignity in prison, and overthrowing the United States government.
On August 22, 1989, co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, Huey P. Newton was fatally shot outside 1456 9th St in West Oakland by 24-year-old Black Guerilla Family member, Tyrone Robinson. Relations between Newton and factions within the Black Guerilla Family had been strained for nearly two decades. Former Black Panther Party members who became BGF members in jail had become disenchanted with Newton for his perceived abandonment of imprisoned Black Panther members and allegations of Newton's fratricide within the party. In his book, Shadow of the Panther, Hugh Pearson alleges that Newton was addicted to crack cocaine, and his extortion of local BGF drug dealers to obtain free drugs added to their animosity.
Robinson was convicted of the murder in August 1991 and sentenced to 32 years for the crime.
In 1979, former BGF lawyer Fay Stender was shot five times by recently paroled Black Guerilla Family member Edward Glenn Brooks, for what Brooks said was Stender’s betrayal of George Jackson. Brooks forced Stender to state: "I, Fay Stender, admit I betrayed George Jackson and the prison movement when they needed me most" just before he shot her. Stender was left paralyzed below the waist and in constant pain by the assault and committed suicide in Hong Kong shortly after she testified against Brooks.
Baltimore police stated that the Black Guerrilla Family, the Bloods, and the Crips were "teaming up" to target police officers. Later, however, leaders of both the Bloods and the Crips denied the allegations, released a video statement asking for calm and peaceful protest in the area, and joined with police and clergy to enforce the curfew. At one occasion, gang members helped to prevent a riot at the Security Square Mall by dispersing attempted rioters. On other occasions, rival gang members helped each other to protect black-owned businesses, black children, and reporters, diverting rioters to Chinese- and Arab-owned businesses instead

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Almighty Black P. Stone Nation

Unidos nós estamos
dividido nós caímos
superar as adversidades pelo desenho
juntos como um

O Todo-Poderoso Black Stone Nation, ou BPSN, é uma gangue de rua americana fundada em Chicago, estimada em mais de 100.000 membros. A gangue foi originalmente formada no final dos anos 1950 como os Blackstone Rangers. A organização foi co-fundada por Eugene Hairston e Jeff Fort. Nos últimos anos, sob a liderança de Fort, uma facção islâmica da gangue emergiu, nomeando-se a "tribo El Rukn do Templo da Ciência Mourisca da América" (ou simplesmente El Rukn, árabe para "o pilar" ou "a fundação"). Eles eventualmente começaram a se descrever como muçulmanos sunitas ortodoxos. Jeff Fort mudou seu nome forte de El Rukn Mesquita da Ciência Moura para El Rukn Sunni Masjid al-Malik. Considerado pelas autoridades policiais como a gangue de rua mais poderosa e sofisticada de Chicago, o BPSN se financia por meio de uma ampla gama de atividades criminosas e faz parte da grande aliança de gangues de Chicago conhecida como People Nation.
Sob o comando de Fort, o BPSN assumiu uma visão cada vez mais revolucionária ao se associar ao movimento nacionalista negro, atraindo a atenção do líder da Nação do Islã, Louis Farrakhan, que os apresentou ao líder líbio Muammar Gaddafi e aos sandinistas da Nicarágua. Em 1986, quatro de seus membros foram indiciados por conspirar para cometer atos terroristas nos Estados Unidos pelo governo da Líbia. O veredicto marcou a primeira vez que cidadãos americanos foram considerados culpados de planejar atos terroristas para um governo estrangeiro em troca de dinheiro.

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Flying Tigers

A Força-Tarefa Aérea da China (CATF) foi uma organização de combate das Forças Aéreas do Exército dos Estados Unidos, criada em julho de 1942, sob o comando do Brigadeiro. O general Claire Chennault , depois dos Flying Tigers do 1º americano Grupo de Voluntários da Força Aérea chinesa foram dissolvidas em 4 de julho do mesmo mês. Consistia no 23º Grupo de Caça com quatro esquadrões, o 74º , o 75º , o 76º e os 16º Esquadrões de Caça , além do 11º Esquadrão de Bombardeio . Era uma unidade subordinada da Décima Força Aéreana Índia, comandada pelo brigadeiro. O general Earl Naiden e (a partir de 18 de agosto de 1942) pelo major-general Clayton Bissell . "Chennault não tinha respeito por Bissell como aviador de combate", escreveu sua biógrafa Martha Byrd, e "Bissell não tinha respeito por Chennault como administrador". O relacionamento deles, ela escreveu, era feio.
Em 19 de março de 1943, o CATF foi dissolvido e substituído pela Décima Quarta Força Aérea , com Chennault, agora um major general, no comando. Nos nove meses de sua existência, a Força-Tarefa Aérea da China foi acusada de derrubar 149 aviões japoneses, mais 85 prováveis, com uma perda de apenas 16 P-40 . Ele realizou 65 missões de bombardeio contra alvos japoneses na China, Birmânia e Indochina, lançando 311 toneladas de bombas e perdendo apenas um bombardeiro B-25.

14 TH. Flying Force World War II
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