Wednesday, September 12, 2007


Today is Wednesday, 12 September 2007.

Trust me (if not, read up on it): it’s often difficult to know exactly what happens to someone when they are seized by Political Police (e.g., KGB, FBI, CIA, Gestapo, BOSS [Bureau of State Security in the former racist Union of South Africa], etc.).

But the facts are certain in the case of Steve Bantu Biko (18 December 1946 – 12 September 1977).

On or about 18 August 1977, Steve Bantu Biko, a leader of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, and key founder of the Black Consciousness Movement there, was kidnapped at a Political Police roadblock.

On or about 10 September 1977, he was several times thrown headfirst into a cinderblock wall at a police station. Though his skull was cracked open, he was chained and left for the night. He was then driven by Political Police some 750 miles to the “nearest” hospital.

Biko arrived DOA.

It was then 12 September 1977.

For the record: “apartheid” was the white racist supremacist regime in South Africa which was supported for decades by, to the shame of the country in which HH lives, the USA/USE.

“You can blow out a candle, but you can’t blow out the fire.”


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