All they want us to do is keep on fussing and fighting.
They don't want to see us live together:
All they want us to do is keep on killing one another.
“…we [Europeans] should still be proud of our civilisation - and divest ourselves of the guilt and self-hatred indoctrinated in us by the globalists. I realised that we are exposed to carefully planned strivings - they are even being successfully kept absolutely secret to us - on the part of our politicians and media towards the Euromediterranean/Eurabian Union… - first comprising nine Muslim countries from North Africa and the Middle East - besides Israel. Therefore, I turned to our politicians and media. But I met a wall of silence about the topic. No wonder. On October 24 the E.U. Parliament treated a proposal declaring the E.U. to be constructing an Illuministic society, i.e. the New World Order as announced by President Bush Snr. during the first Iraqi War. The New World Order is to substitute the national state for a multicultural dictatorial one-world state. Now this endeavour is called globalisation, however. My last hope is that through insight into the intentions of the strivings of the E.U., the Euromediterranean and the New World Order the Europeans will finally wake up and bring pressure to bear on politicians and media to stop the on-going process of Islamisation to batter national states and Christianity in order to build their corporate, enslaving one-world government.” - Anders Bruun Laursen (www.euro-med.dk).
“So, look at the interesting thing about 'Stimulus – Response.' How one is addicted-to something that is a stimuli to make you feel something or be something or be a person or be part of the World, or 'life means-something but it needs a stimulation.’ And, then, that stimulation, unfortunately, is re-programmed so that even a simple song with particular sounds and words can stimulate you to feel something. That should be of great concern that music, for instance, or anything for that matter, has got so much power over you. The same as cigarettes, alcohol - you name it. Partying, going out with friends - I mean, a friendship can have such power over you that you feel, without a friend, you feel like not-complete. A relationship shouldn't feel like that. You must be in a relationship to work together as One. Not to try and make each other more. So, investigate all the things where you have a response to any form of stimulus and have a look at what it is the stimulus makes you feel, experience, makes you aware of, in terms of meaning, makes life more meaningful. I mean, to have music do that to you - that would say, what, life is not being meaningful until you have that music? And, without the music, you will be 'less than.’ It's all part of how the bipolar disorder was originated: create extreme polarities so that you need constant, constant stimulation to be someone. And, if you don't get that stimulation then you go into extreme depression because you’re not someone; there's something missing in your life. Meantime: it's the stimulus of the programme. Make sense?” - Bernard Poolman (10 June 2010, Desteni Productions, www.desteni.co.za).
It's just so violent and it destroys everyone, it makes the kids crazy
The kids kill people
There cop hater
Here going against society, I don't understand the music
It's too loud, it's too rowdy, it's too violent
Let's ban all rap music
Smokin weed like it ain't no thang, so even kids
wanna try now, they lie down and get ran through
Nobody watched 'em clockin the evil man do
Faced with the demons, addicted to hearin victims screamin
Guess we was evil since birth, product of cursed semen
Cause even our birthdays is cursed days
A born thug in the first place, the worst ways
I'd love to see the block in peace
With no more dealers and crooked cops, the only way to stop the beast
And only we can change
It's up to us to clean up the streets, it ain't the same
Too many murders, too many funerals and too many tears
Just seen another brother buried plus I knew him for years
Passed by his family, but what could I say?
Keep yo' head up and try to keep the faith
And pray for better days
- Tupac Shakur (first verse of ‘Better Dayz,’ 1995).