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natural blacks
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« on: April 16, 2006, 06:48:10 PM »

yesterday we were forced to eat this damn disgusting salt fish
today, salt fish is our national dish, a sunday must
yesterday our blood boiled each instant we were called niggers
today, we call ourselves niggas
yesterday we were tortured by hot whips
today, "niggas" get killed for hot whips
yesterday we'd rather die before leaving our families
today, the black man is the most hunted for child support
yesterday we hated stupid, confusing english
today, we laugh at the "niggas" who can't speak english
yesterday we were raped and soddomized by the twisted white man
today we've become twisted, raping and soddomising ourselves
yesterday we hated that sick, slave owner mistress touching our genitals
today, "u ain't had a woman until u've had a white bitch"
yesterday we were oppressed and beaten, and hated by whites
today, were are oopressed and beaten, and hated by whites
yesterday i had many painful classes and many scarring lessons to learn
today, i forgot my classes and i haven't learnt my lessons
yesterday was a bad day, so wass today
now i must remember the day before yesterday...
so tomorrow can be a good day

the day before yesterday we were kings and queens...


History has shown that it is the inaction of those who could’ve acted; the indifference of those who should’ve known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most that has made it possible for evil to triumph. - EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE I
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