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EXPOSING THE BIAS

RAP SONGS

Violent rap songs are spawned from a violent culture.

Change the song and you change the culture.


That’s how you do ‘new’. You change the offending behavior, then that which caused it takes care of itself.

Pay attention Arabs, who don’t know how to create ‘new’. Why are you still stoning women to death? Because you’ve always done it? Stop stoning is the ‘new’ behavior. Stop the stoning and the culture changes with it. You create ‘new’ by changing the vantage point. You don’t for example change the size of the stone being thrown. Get it?

Why do Blacks force dogs to fight when they don’t want to? Because that’s what they do to each other. I don’t want to live among people who love to fight or who love to watch others tear each other apart. I want you to get your fist out of my face.

Stop following me around trying to scare me into giving you money just because I’m white and the government allows you to shake white people down on the street. I know the terror method: startle – stare – take. I don’t like you any more. See me – not my money. I don’t have any more. I gave it all away – to people who make a living off of hating the color white.






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WIND SONGS

Wind songs whisper through summer sands brash promises of winter snow nights melting in memories of that which spring failed miserably to deliver. Howling, piercing pain tunnels through funnels of hardened flesh frozen by air–whistling a tune one prefers not to hear. A tune one cannot help but stutter upon as it stops in mid-air. When…..the wind softens its approach soothing my eyes with liquid velvet billows of languid chiffon, coating rosy tenderness where hatred once made rigid the air that delivered it, I’ll be there–as always. When…..howling harshness softens the branches of the message delivered enabling the whispers to grow into words, by bending with its song, hope will have arrived right along side the message…..right on time.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight