actual facts, police brutality, Black history

The fight to keep Black LA gangs fighting.

Part 1
Although it appears as a clear case of black on black crime the murder of Nipsey Hussle is not...we repeat IS NOT an isolated random act of violence. It's part of a long history of Los Angeles' hidden hand that purposely keeps the gangs fighting in order to keep control of the Black and Mexican communities.

Make Los Angeles white again.

Long before President Trump's MAGA slogan became popular, a group of terrorist in the 1940's banded together to keep Los Angeles great again. Their actions fueled by the sudden influx of Blacks from the south, The Spook Hunters were an all White-American racist street gang based in Los Angeles, California and were the catalyst of the formation of the Black protection clubs. The Spook Hunters and other white gangs terrorized the black communities and were protected by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and rarely, if ever, prosecuted for their hate crimes of fire bombing, beatings and murder. Raymond Wright, one of the founders of the Businessmen a Black club based at South Park, stated that “you couldn’t pass Alameda, because those White boys in South Gate would set you on fire.”

A white street gang in Compton 

Just like in the deep south White homeowners and politicians in Los Angeles county restricted Black people to areas they felt more suitable to Blacks like Central Avenue (west of Alameda) and restricted Mexicans, to mostly East Los Angeles. It is documented that The Spook Hunters source of power came from police officers (LAPD) and the support of racists in the White Communities.

Originating near South Gate, theses gang's reign of terror extended as far as Compton, Huntington Park, Watts, Downy, Lynwood and Inglewood, California.

Who brought LA the drugs and guns?

Here is where things get interesting.
Did you know former President George H.W. Bush and his family lived on the East Side of Compton, CA? Well he did and in 1949, his eldest daughter Robin Bush, was born in Compton. Interesting to note Bush later served as the head of the CIA from 1976–1977. During his reign the CIA and other US government agencies were implicated in numerous illegal activities in the Los Angeles area including arming the rival gangs with guns and flooding the street with drugs from Central America.

On November 15, 1996, there was a town meeting in Los Angeles on allegations of CIA involvement in drug trafficking. Former Los Angeles Police Narcotics Detective Mike Ruppert seized the opportunity to confront CIA Director John Deutch.
Here is a clip from that event.

Former Los Angeles Police Narcotics Det. Mike Ruppert speaks to members of the Black community

The Spook Hunters and other White Hate street gangs played a significant role in the early formation of Black and Mexican clubs, which rose out of the need to protect their growing communities.

Bounded by their hatred for Black people and other non-white ethnic groups the Spook Hunters and other White street gangs led to the creation of some of the early groups created to protect the Black and Mexican communities such as the Gladiators, Businessmen, The Slausons, The Huns and other black clubs from the 1940s-1960s.

As whites left South Central LA these new groups emerged and the creation of the Crips (Community Revolution In Progress) which started with from the production of a local street gang called the Baby Avenues by Raymond Washington and Noble Peace Prize nominee Stanley Tookie Williams.

To be continued.

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