to prove that I was someone(December 12, 2005)
Dare I take My tattoo the master-slave connection my tattoo a step further is a rebel flag, to point out a rebel flag to point out roughly 3"x5" that many people on my lower back many people Having known people of all races and ethnicities that had enlisted in the military have allowed themselves enlisted in the military to be with tattoos modern-day slaves with tattoos such as swastikas, iron crosses, etc. Indeed, a person does not have to etc. I though it wouldn't be black cause a problem. to exhibit a slave mentality. Apparently though, it has. Unwittingly, too many of us — The Army, the Air Force, and the Marines and it does not matter whether we are black the army asian the air force chicano and the marines or white have told me or white that any tattoo to perpetuate “the Master's will” considered racist or sexist through our own self-hatred will keep you from enlisting in the military and destructive behavior. Is this some new policy since 9/11? For those individuals who are in denial, Is there anything I can do? for those individuals who are in denial, I am 17 and have here are some recognizable signs of a future ahead of me self perpetuation of slave behavior: I have come from be it the bottom of society in prison and worked my entire life in prison to prove that I was someone or to prove that I was someone in society who was capable of status in society other than white trash. Somebody please help me out.
All text in left column by Stanley “Tookie” Williams, “My Letter to Incarcerated Youth No. 2”. Tookie Williams was executed by the State of California on December 13, 2005. All text in right column by a writer identified as “dingo the CGP” on the Legal Issues forum of Stormfront White Nationalist Community at http://www.stormfront.org/forum/showthread.php?t=121583 posted on March 13, 2004, found after a search on Tookie’s execution offered a link to the Stormfront page.
Daphne Gottlieb, December 12, 2005. This poem was finished at midnight.
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