Hope Is Not Lost
The first step(s) to move as a Revolutionary, all must know what to stand up to and fight for. Such comrades such as Che Guevara, Martin Delany, and H. Rap Brown (just to name a few) all stood for solidarity to instruct the masses on "Black Sovereignty". Nowadays, the Black movement must be reconstructed from the "inside." What I mean from the "inside", I'm referring to the mind because so many of those on the outside are still mentally incarcerated by the wicked oppressor. In the words of Steve Biko, "The most potent weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed".
As those that's with in the "United Separation" movement—we believe in "salutation and friendship and stand firm with all our comrades that's locked and chain on these plantations across the United Snakes of Amerikkka. On these plantations (on the East Coast) such plantations are guarded by the Black Gloves. The black gloves are a group of slave masters transformed into CO's with tattoos of a black baby with a "noose" around his neck. These devils formed this group in Clinton Correctional Facility but has spread over New York State (Attica, Elmira) corrections.
Not so long ago in Clinton there was a finding of "human remains" under the floor in the gym where the teachers once stood. This was only discovered because the gym was being reconstructed. Also, those devils in Attica keep a ziplock bag filled with teeth that they show off to prisoners to instill fear, because they're known for kicking out teeth. What's more crazy is the "surf board"—that's when they hog tie a prisoner and sit on his back and "ride him" down a flight of stairs!
The United Separation has merged its presence alongside with the New York Bloods, who stand together as one in the fight with racism, imperialism, and capitalism in this enslave-system in the United $tates.
On behalf of all of us, we like to thank ULK, USW and the helping and teachings of MIM(Prisons). Also we would like to request any Revolutionary books and/or literature that can be an asset to the United Separation.
"The first lesson a revolutionary must learn is that he is a doomed man unless he understands this, he does not grasp the essential meaning of his life"—Huey P. Newton