Charles Monroe


Adorando Maya Angelou Poem by Charles Monroe


Ella predicaba el genocida negro. Ella promovio infanticidia y la secta comunista asesina de sud Africa. Ella estubo al lado de los asesinos.

Ella presto sus manos carnosas al servicio de Nelson Mandela el cual escribio:
'Que viva la revolucion Cubana. que viva el camarada Fidel Castro...
Los Internasionalistas Cubanos an echo tanto por la independencia Africana, su Libertad, y Justisia. Admiramos los sacrificios de le gente Cubana, cual mantiene su independensia y soveranidad en cara de la campana imperialista maligna desda para destruir los avances de la revolucion Cubana. Nosotros tambien queremos controlar nuestro propio destino.
No podemos rendirnos. Es un caso de Libertad o muerte. La revolucion Cubana a sido una via de inspirasion para toda gente que ame ser libre. Nelson Mandela

Submitted: Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: politics




This poem is the translation of Worshiping Maya Angelou by Richard Thripp


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