It’s personal: Bubba, your cover’s blown

by Mutope Duguma

It’s personal because your actions against the oppressed were calculating, premeditated and strategically targeting New Afrikans and other oppressed, poor citizens of this nation. Not only did you wickedly abuse the trust of the people who believed in you, but you demonstrated what hatred looks like in policy.

Graphic: Nsiala Kongo
Graphic: Nsiala Kongo

Yes! Your charisma, accompanied with your oiled up tongue, allowed you to work your charms on the people while all the time preying on them like a wild, mad predator. Yes! You were able to carry out some of the most horrific policies in modern day times, in order to set in motion what we see today right before our very eyes.

I personally have always seen you exactly as you are, cunning, conniving and narcissistic. Not for one second did I think you genuinely cared about the poor people of this nation or the world, or for anyone other than yourself.

But your charisma was able to mask your true intent, which was to “kill” unremorsefully – with racial pride. Well, I happen to be an outcast in this world of ours, one who’s part of a caste system – oppressed marginalized people of the world – sanctioned by your bosses, the 1 percenters. Due to my race and class status, my words carry no weight with the people of middle and upper class status of the world.

Not only did you wickedly abuse the trust of the people who believed in you, but you demonstrated what hatred looks like in policy.

Therefore, we’ll allow your policies and actions or lack thereof to represent who and what you are: born to William and Virginia Cassidy Blythe on Aug. 19, 1946, who named you William Jefferson Blythe IV. Your father died before you were born, your mother remarried Roger Clinton and you took on his last name, Clinton.

You earned your undergraduate degree from Georgetown University in 1968 and attended Oxford University for two years as a Rhodes Scholar. You ducked the draft in order to avoid the Vietnam War.

You earned a law degree from Yale in 1973. You taught at the Law School of Arkansas for three years, 1973-1976. You were then elected state attorney general in Arkansas in 1978.

You married Hillary Rodham, your law school classmate. And you went on to be governor of Arkansas.

It’s important to understand that “we the people” know that you are an accomplished person who’s very intelligent; you’re not stupid, naïve nor ignorant by a long shot. Everything you’ve done thus far in your life has been deliberate, shrewd and calculating.

In 1992, you would oversee the modern day lynching of a mentally impaired New Afrikan man named Ricky Ray Rector. You even had a few choice words after the execution: “I can be nicked a lot, but no one can say I’m soft on crime.”

Aren’t you the same Bill Clinton who dodged the draft? You’re too smart to put yourself in a position to be nicked!

Under any other circumstances, could you carry out such a murder, especially with a gun in your hand? But it’s real easy for you to do when you carry it out under state sanctioned murder, which you sponsored as the governor of Arkansas.

It’s important to understand that “we the people” know that you are an accomplished person who’s very intelligent; you’re not stupid, naïve nor ignorant by a long shot. Everything you’ve done thus far in your life has been deliberate, shrewd and calculating.

You would get elected president of the United States after demonstrating that you had no problem killing niggers. And, you would demonstrate just that in your policies.

You came into office endorsing the idea of a federal three strikes law, meaning that you wanted to bury as many people in federal prisons as possible. You then signed off on a $30 billion crime bill, and the result of that bill was a new federal capital crime, mandatory life sentences for three time offenders, and more than $16 billion for state prison grants and the expansion of state and local police forces.

So why would you institute policies that would build hundreds of prisons that would be used to massively incarcerate human beings? especially thousands of New Afrikans, citizens of this nation? Your actions moved this whole country toward a police state.

Then you set your sights on the single, poor women of this nation, especially New Afrikan women, who were already part of the oppressed class. Knowing what your intent was, did you really have to take so many photo-ops with these women? their children? as if you were coming into office to serve their interests? Did you have to be so cruel? while smiling that cunning smile?

Why would you institute policies that would build hundreds of prisons that would be used to massively incarcerate human beings? especially thousands of New Afrikans, citizens of this nation?

Then you signed into law the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act, PRWORA, which was a very sadistic way to tell these poor oppressed women on welfare, “You’re on your own,” when their very lives were dependent on government assistance. You knew, Bill, that these women were uneducated, with no profession and no clue on how to enter a work force.

You couldn’t even be straight out about it. You would double talk them by introducing Aid to Families with Dependent Children – AFDC – while all the time using a back door block grant to renegotiate AFDC and call it Temporary Assistance to Needy Families.

“TANF imposed a five year lifetime limit on welfare assistance, as well as a permanent lifetime ban on eligibility for welfare and food stamps for anyone convicted of a felony drug offense, including simple possession of marijuana,” explains Michelle Alexander, author of “The New Jim Crow.”

Is this why you upped the ante on the War on Drugs that disproportionately targeted New Afrikans, increasing imprisonment of New Afrikan women in particular, which rendered them unable to receive any government assistance? Why would you target the most vulnerable human beings in our society? destroying what was left of the oppressed New Afrikan family structure in Amerikkka?

You did all this relatively quickly, between 1993 and 1996. Damn, Bubba, you was seriously “kill crazed” on the New Afrikan people and their communities.

Yet, you were not done! You continued to find ways to economically deprive the oppressed communities of this nation by rerouting the money that was going into these communities, money that you would put into repressive, punitive polices, which was all the money you took out of the AFDC, food stamp program and public housing – money you redirected to build prisons all over this country.

Why would you target the most vulnerable human beings in our society? destroying what was left of the oppressed New Afrikan family structure in Amerikkka?

I must admit, it was a clever way to re-enslave the people into the prison industrial slave complex, PISC, while raising homelessness to an all-time high. When you took $17 billion out of public housing, it was probably the most inhumane thing you could do to a human being, to not provide them with affordable housing.

But you were introducing the new HUD program, the PISC, the new government housing, which supported your modern day slave plantation idea! Is this why you boosted correctional spending by $19 billion? You and the Democratic Party single handedly decimated the lives of New Afrikan and oppressed citizens of this nation.

Does your hatred for New Afrikans (Blacks) stem from your Arkansas upbringing, or did you learn these ways at Oxford? I ask because your racial hatred can be seen in your policies.

Was it really necessary to exclude anyone with a criminal history from receiving federal housing assistance under your “one strike and you’re out” initiative? Again, you come with that double talk, because “criminal history” would mean that there already exists a criminal record, right? But your “one strike and you’re out” initiative, requiring only an accusation of criminal activity, was able to illegally evict New Afrikan women all over Amerika, leaving many of them homeless.

You started two of the worst federal drug programs in the history of this country, Community Oriented Policing Services, COPS, and the Byrne Grant Program, which was how you was able to militarize the local and state police, who we see today terrorizing and killing New Afrikans in particular and other poor citizens of this nation.

Does your hatred for New Afrikans (Blacks) stem from your Arkansas upbringing, or did you learn these ways at Oxford? I ask because your racial hatred can be seen in your policies.

You also signed off on the Anti-terrorism Effective Death Penalty Act, AEDPA, that literally put time limits on people filing their criminal conviction appeals in court. The prisoners had one year to get their appeal in the court on their own, or forfeit their appeal, sealing the fate of life prisoners all over this country.

You are a lawyer; you know that it takes years to learn law. Yet you impose a policy that allows the most uneducated people in this nation to learn in only one year how to challenge their prison conviction in the courts.

For the eight years of your presidency you did everything to attack New Afrikans and the poor citizens of this nation – instituting policy after policy designed to kill many – and that’s exactly what your polices are doing today, killing New Afrikans and other citizens of this nation by the thousands if not millions. To see you still do photo ops with New Afrikans and Afrikans demonstrates to me that there is a serious communication problem between our people.

I want to ask you one last question: Why did you sit back as president of the U.S. and allow 1 million Rwandans to be massacred when you could easily have used your executive authority to end the massacre? I must admit that looking at your policies and imagining you watching 1 million Afrikans being slaughtered speaks to your deliberate desire to kill as many niggers as possible.

Bubba, it’s personal because you did it while smiling in our faces. Your cover is blown. So why would New Afrikans (Blacks) support Hillary Clinton? when her husband has murdered thousands of us during his presidency through his policies?

Why did you sit back as president of the U.S. and allow 1 million Rwandans to be massacred when you could easily have used your executive authority to end the massacre?

And someone needs to hurry up and give our Sister Beyonce a heads-up. She is blindly supporting Hillary Clinton simply because she’s a woman. Well, Sister, this support can end up with deadly consequences as demonstrated by her husband.

I want to thank our Sister Michelle Alexander for providing much needed information for and to the community in her book, “The New Jim Crow,” that further exposes the racial hatred being carried out in local, state and federal government policies.

One love, one struggle!

Mutope Duguma

Send our brother some love and light: Mutope Duguma, D-05996, Calipatria SP B5-C-246, P.O. Box 5005, Calipatria CA 92233.