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Racism,2011 - Poem by Eric Cockrell

racism is the rich man's lash
on the poor man's back!

yea, it's hard down in the projects.
it's hard down on factory row too.
and it's hard out in them
fruit and vegetable picking fields!

it's hard in the unemployment line!
cant nobody pay the rent...

and the rich man keeps laughing,
selling us out for profit,
selling our souls and our dreams!

IT HAS TO STOP!


Comments about Racism,2011 by Eric Cockrell

  • Rookie Terence George Craddock (9/21/2011 12:22:00 AM)

    The fastest way to stop the rich man is to put a poor man or woman in as President or Prime Minister of your country. As this is impossible in many countries, elect a person born poor who remembers what it is to suffer, struggle and be poor. A person in touch with reality with an ounce of genuine compassion. Not a perfect solution but a good start. Elect more poor, honest sincere people into local body and national office.
    The present Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, was poor as a child. His father George Key was 'an English immigrant and a veteran of the Spanish Civil War and World War II.' He died of a heart attack in 1967 when John was about six years old. John's mother was an Austrian-Jewish immigrant. Yes I know some of you hate immigrants, blaming them for stealing your jobs, with no compassion for their former suffering, but it was your rich corporate executives who gave your jobs to factories in other countries for more profit. Don't blame the immigrants, who have the courage to struggle for a better life.
    John and his two sisters were raised in a state house in Christchurch. (This is what Americans call welfare.) Educate your poor, let them work, develop their abilities, help build you a better country, a better nation built on the back of HONEST hard work.
    Key's wife, Bronagh (née Dougan) Key, is the daughter of Northern Irish emigrants of mixed religious descent.
    The point I am making, embrace differences, empower real people who reflect who you are, or believe in you to office. None are perfect, all make mistakes, but real people, are more likely to support your claim to equal rights. Racism, bigotry, ignorance, is a tool of an establishment that will not give you equality, therefore empower yourselves with knowledge, take your God given right to equality and human rights.
    To stress a point, John Key 'is agnostic when it comes to belief in God.' 'He has stated that he does not believe in life after death, and that he sees religion as 'doing the right thing'. I in contrast believe in God, rather rare in the West these days. 'During the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, Key was a proponent of Hosni Mubarak's government'. I was a dedicated protester against it, with over 58 poems on the topic. we can agree to differ, work with those with their heart in the right place. We can be patient and educate them, the right choices are not always obvious. We must correct mistakes. We must try to work toward achieving a better world. Will you serve others or self? (Report) Reply

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Poems About Racism

  1. 1. Racism,2011 , Eric Cockrell
  2. 2. Tolerance Through The Year , Joseph T. Renaldi
  3. 3. In A Race To Chase Another Pointless 'Ism' , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  4. 4. Yfe—a Crusade , Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  5. 5. A Personal Choice , Francis Duggan
  6. 6. Racism And Rank , Francis Duggan
  7. 7. Why Would A Question In Your Mind Persist? , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  8. 8. You May Feel Superior To Most Others , Francis Duggan
  9. 9. An Approach To Development Of Humanism! , Ramesh T A
  10. 10. Displays Of Diversity , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  11. 11. If We All Looked The Same , Francis Duggan
  12. 12. Venom That Is Adored , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  13. 13. Oh You Without Sin , Francis Duggan
  14. 14. Karl Marx , O Anna Niemus
  15. 15. A Fair Go For All Is Something We Should.. , Francis Duggan
  16. 16. A Young Woman Of Honour , Francis Duggan
  17. 17. He Says He Is Leaving , john tiong chunghoo
  18. 18. A Superior Race , Francis Duggan
  19. 19. Radovan Karadzic , Francis Duggan
  20. 20. Fundamentalism , gershon hepner
  21. 21. Never Believe A Government Minister , Francis Duggan
  22. 22. The Magic Of Racism , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  23. 23. Unsmeared View , john tiong chunghoo
  24. 24. The Mythical Leader , Theorem The Truth Serum
  25. 25. Conquer Illusive Evil , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  26. 26. Pictures Of Another World , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  27. 27. Reaching Out To The World , Edward Kofi Louis
  28. 28. Racism’s Source , Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  29. 29. Something Missing , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  30. 30. Behaving Like Human Beings , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  31. 31. Reversed , Nassy Fesharaki
  32. 32. Taking Our Places , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  33. 33. Let People Be Who They Are , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  34. 34. Priority Of Finding Solutions , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  35. 35. It Only Takes One To Visit , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  36. 36. Racism - Just Another Word..'Til Once Ex.. , James B. Earley
  37. 37. Foreign Moon Tanka , Chenou Liu
  38. 38. Dear John Letter Tanka , Chenou Liu
  39. 39. Ocean-Wide Silence Tanka , Chenou Liu
  40. 40. Roof Icicles Tanka , Chenou Liu
  41. 41. Racism , Edward Kofi Louis
  42. 42. Peace Land , Aldo Kraas
  43. 43. Penetrating Evil , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  44. 44. Philadelphia Swim Club (Are They The Onl.. , Luke Easter
  45. 45. Resume Tanka , Chenou Liu
  46. 46. Gaze Tanka , Chenou Liu
  47. 47. 18 Behind Jade Ivy Walls, Scarlet Blood .. , O Anna Niemus
  48. 48. Entitled To Do This , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  49. 49. In This Age Of Propaganda , Francis Duggan
  50. 50. A Fair Go Of Anyone We Should Not Deny , Francis Duggan
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