Well, as some of
us expected, Saddam Hussein has been caught. After months of searching and billions
of our dollars being spent, Bush finally caught the man who tried to kill his
I am telling hip-hop
plain and simple: Don’t let them hustle us.
If you watch television
close enough and not from an entertainment point of view, you can see what Mr.
Bush is doing.
Mr. Bush’s regime
is a corrupt one, labeled a fine example of cash and carry government. So what
he caught Saddam? Now
what? Try him as a war criminal, put him to death. So what?
Is that going to
bring back the almost 500
soldiers who died? Will
it allow Vice-President Cheney to continue to stuff his pockets to the tune
of $67 million dollars? Halliburton,
the company Cheney was the CEO of and supposedly severed his ties with, has
the most lucrative
contracts in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Don’t let them
believe that we are not sophisticated. Bush and Cheney are hustling us. Its
happened since they stole
the election in Jeb Bush’s state of Florida. Bush’s brother’s state? Come
on it’s not obvious?
What about 9-11?
much did Bush know? Who cares? If we have a president that makes us ask
the question, he shouldn’t be president!
around the oil. The
biggest bankruptcy in corporate U.S. history, thousands of people lose their
lifetime savings, the company greased the palms of almost every politician in
Washington, including Bush.
The company hails from the same state Bush governed (Texas) and then goes belly
up, effecting our entire economy. And they still
haven’t brought any charges against the CEO, and Bush confidant, Kenneth
Don’t fall for
it, we are being hustled.
There’s the sticky
issue of Bush’s
agency leaking the name of a covert CIA operative. Isn’t he accountable
for anything? Again, if we have these questions about the man who’s face represents
us all over the world, he’s not the right leader for anyone.
How about Bush’s
tax breaks that line the pockets of people who are already wealthy, yet
millions of American’s are overcharged by greedy hospitals and can’t afford
How about Margie
Schoedinger, who accused Bush of rape? She just recently "killed herself."
I don’t know if her allegations were true, but are these the allegations you
want floating around your president?
happened to the weapons of mass destruction? Or the proof of who pulled
We honor Condoleeza
Rice because she’s probably the most powerful African-American woman. She’s
a classically trained pianist, she’s brilliant. But she’s not one of us. Don’t
forget…Ms. Rice served on the board
of Chevron, a company
that was created by John Rockefeller’s Standard Oil trust. She even reportedly
has an oil tanker named after her.
Don’t forget that
Bush senior was the head
of the CIA. Read about the October
Surprise. Don’t forget that while he was vice-prez with Reagan, the CIA
crack cocaine to African-American communities. And then they declared a
"war" on drugs. Is the war really on drugs?
Sure there are
going to be people that will scoff at this idea. I’m not going to go into detail
on that, do the research yourself, come to your own conclusions, whatever that
is. But learn something.
What about the
Anthrax scare? Isn’t anyone going to get arrested? Did we forget that already?
What happened to the domestic terrorist that perpetrated these acts?
timing is too perfect: elections are coming up, too many scandals, too many
dead soldiers. The timing is conveniently good for Bush and everyone will forget
about all the crap he’s been engaged in.
have been saying for a long time that Bush’s coming into office was an ominous
sign of the times. And then they throw us Saddam, so that we forget and unite
around a common theme.
Read Daniel Yergin’s
history of the oil game, "The
Prize" and you start to realize just what game these oil men are playing.
For my hip-hop
conspiracy kooks out there, this one isn’t a conspiracy book, but hey, maybe
you kooks are on the right track. It’s includes the story of your favorites:
The Rockefellers, The Rothschilds, The Nobles, The Mellons, etc.
They’ve been hustling
us for a long time.
I know the world
isn’t perfect and neither are our "leaders." I am not anti-government.
And believe me I support the troops. A friend of mine I grew up with, Omar,
is in Saddam’s hometown of Tikrit. I know the benefits of the society I live
in. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a right to voice our opinion’s on matters,
even if we have opposing views.
I’m not saying
go vote democratic, republican or anything. I am saying believe nothing, question
everything and do something. Communicate with each other. They sure are. They
don’t seem to care that Bush
may have been arrested in 1972 on cocaine charges, only to have them expunged
from his record, but they
sure are interested in your finances. Bush just signed a bill that allows the
FBI to check out all kinds of financial records, without court approval.
Put down the violent
video games for a minute. Turn off the violent music for a minute, stay away
from the violent movies for awhile. That’s where "they" want you.
Confused. Make it a point to learn something new everyday.
If you walk in
your house and all of your furniture is gone, just because you don’t have the
names of the thieves that robbed you, doesn’t mean you haven’t been robbed.
You may not have
the details on Bush and Cheney’s doings, but look around. You don’t need the
have to settle for what the Bush regime is doing. We have to figure out how to change
some of these things.
A little sleep,
a little slumber, the folding of your hands to rest…so shall your poverty
come upon you like a thief in the night.
Don’t let them