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Barnes, Patrick Bond, Ashwin Desai, Nigel Gibson, Steven Greenberg, Allan Horowitz, Bushy Kelebonye
(deceased), Tefu Kelebonye, Ulrike Kistner, Kamogelo Lekubu, Andile Mngxitama, Prishani Naidoo, John Shai,
and S'bu Zulu Policing/Settler societies allow for the black body to be a magnet for gratuitous violence
Wilderson, Professor UCI, 2003 (Frank B., “The Prison Slave as Hegemony’s (Silent) Scandal”, Soc Justice
30 no2 2003, Accessed 8-4-12, MR)
It makes no difference that in the U.S. the "casbah" and the "European" zone are laid one on top of the other.
What is being asserted here is an isomorphic schematic relation - the schematic interchangeability between Fanon' s settler society and Martinot and Sexton's policing paradigm. For Fanon, it is the
policeman and soldier (not the discursive, or hegemonic, agents) of colonialism that make one town white
and the other Black. For Martinot and Sexton, this Manichean delirium manifests itself by way of the
U.S. paradigm of policing that (re)produces,...
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