Marxist illuminatti


Helter Skelter


In a life we find
sequences of space n time
One moment is never like the next
Destined to exist in Memories'

Broken promises arises the belif'
That life is nothing like it seems

Seams interwined to form the fabric
of a life

Which can expire at any time

But who is too decide


Warfare
Enviromental Scares
Inequality
This is what Is left to our decendants


Another tomb
Another Forgetable Funeral

Political powers deciding whats ours
As the People
Arizona how can u tell iam illegal
Would my skin, clothes, speech, or need be what ur after

Crime isn`t created by the minorities
You call hard working beings willing to work jobs You So called natives are to Proud for Criminals

Gangs have always existed// Maybe if jobs opened there be no need for none of it


Keep closing the door
Why not solve the problem

Red, Whiyte and Blue on the way to Discrimination
I guess our declaration isn`t as important to perserve

Hey Mr. Obama where`s your speech on that?

Submitted: Tuesday, June 22, 2010
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