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truth is war

Voice of racism that preaches evil as though as
we are the losers and telling people that
Islam is the killers of life, using false tainted
philosophy that once made the others paint it white.

Psychological assassinations, prison sent to the
gallows of today’s mental distraction from those
that want us to all die. Slipping the suggestive
thinking and rearranging the views.
False freedom the wanting of corporate news
flowing through the mouths of the last set of
brother hood, the massacres of mass produced
missiles sent to love and hate the average
chemicals, frozen bodies and gave birth to the
demons and listening to through the eyes of living
the last seconds of sights.

Never given moment’s acts as the truth hits you
with the last perspective change the branches
of the trees looking through you and learning
the intense sense of trading my humanity to
the prospective of their thinking.
False idols prison sent like bin laden talking
the truth of today like the battered woman in
a lost marriage. Searching the last second
thats the truth of todays lives.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 29, 2011

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