By Izemrasen Nat Musawally

At a time whilst the African-American and Mexican-American peoples have been challenging their proportion within the American monetary and political lifestyles, the U.S. government’s legal and racist reaction to their deep-rooted and long-lasting grievances consisted, between different issues, in making a “direct [deadly] conduit from the barrios and ghettoes” to the battlefields of Vietnam. The conservative American governing upper-class controlled to form the Selective provider legislations so that it will stifle those despised ethnic minorities, who dared to openly ask for his or her contributors’ and peoples’ rights, via sending a disproportionately huge variety of their draft-age males to die within the jungles of Vietnam. through doing so, the U.S. govt displaced the violent category and racial clash into the battlefields of Southeast Asia. certainly, whereas African americans and Chicanos succeeded to teach the grave shortcomings of the U.S. approach of presidency, the Vietnam struggle was once utilized by the U.S. supremacist ruling upper-class to divert public awareness from the intense political and fiscal concerns raised through the integrationist and nationalist leaders of either ethnic minorities in one of these manner as to avoid them from gaining access to the privileges of the rich American society.

N.B.: The e-book ends with a postscript that offers with the arguable Iraq conflict and the iconic despotic Arab/Islamic tyranny in either the center East that's ethnically non-Arab and Amazigh North Africa. The postscript focuses, to boot, at the righteous fight of democratic secular Kabylia—a Western Mediterranean Amazigh nation—for self-determination to unfastened itself from the totalitarian, enslaving and genocidal Arab-Islamic domination embodied via the thug regime of Algiers.

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