6/15: What Do We Mean Justice for George Floyd, Black Lives Matter! Multi-Ethnic Unity Against Racism & Police Brutality



What Do We Mean Justice for George Floyd, Black Lives Matter! Multi-Ethnic Unity Against Racism & Police Brutality


Lee Siu Hin

National Coordinator

National Immigrant Solidarity Network

June 15, 2020


Weeks after weeks, hundreds of communities around U.S. and the World, with millions of people, all together protests justice for George Floyd, fight against racism & police brutality, with demand abolish & defend the police!


It’s a powerful movement, and we need to actively unite different community and ethnic groups united to join for fighting the common cause. Because police brutality, racism and oppression aren’t only targeting blacks, but also brown, Asian, Muslim and indigenous people.


Behind police brutality, is the continuation of racism from hundreds of years of western-white supremacists-capitalist neo-colonialism legacy.


In-order to win our fight for abolishing the police power, we need to think bigger!


Regardless any types of racial discrimination, we must establish a strong alliance with other peoples, including progressive white activist, to build black-brown-Asian-Muslim-indigenous and any other oppressed people unity.


The real source of American social conflicts is not only racial discrimination but also class struggles. American people are distorted by elite propaganda. Only horizontal class union can finally solve the problem. The 1% always will play divide and conquer game, at the crisis will throw bi-partisan reformist agendas to mobilize the one group to fight against he other groups in-order to vertically divide the 99% oppressed people of color.


There’s no such thing, and we shouldn’t fall into ruling class tactics on dive us: black against brown, back against Asian, “legal” against “illegal” immigrants, or anti-“terrorism” against Muslims.


Forget reformist agendas, unite every corner of the society; together we smash the imperialism, capitalism and white supremacists that build the police, military, and ICE terror against our communities!


That's no secrets that domestically, police brutality, "War Against terror" is in fact oppressions against immigrant communities. However, the government obviously doesn't really want to get rid of all undocumented workers, because it would be the simplest thing in the world to find them. Everyone knows where undocumented workers work. No, we want them here…as long as they don't ask for a living wage and thereby threaten our ongoing massive accumulation of wealth.


From the latest protest, if everyone can actively linking our issues with different struggles: racism with economic justice; wars in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria Palestine & Korea with sweatshops exploitation in Asia as well as in Los Angeles, New York; international arm sales with hunger, child labors and child solider; AIDS and COVID-19; as well as multinational corporations and economic exploitation with poverty at home—then we can win the struggle together!




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