The white savages killed off so many Indian tribes.
They stole their land with firewater and worthless beads as bribes.
The Indians never stood a chance against savages with a gun.
A bullet will always out pace a horse, even at a run.
An entire continent could not escape the thieving ways of man.
They plundered Africa’s wealth and stole its people for their plan.
With blood dripping everywhere, the savage whipped the broken slave.
We know who fucked the world up and who no good could ever save.
White savages will forever enslave all Black and Brown folk,
and if they rise to try to fight, they’re hindered by their yoke.
No good did ever come from the white savages rule on earth,
as they seek, destroy and kill amidst such peals of mirth.
Is it funny to this day, what those savages have wrought?
Do you find the time to laugh since in slavery, you’ve been caught?
When they finally destroy this world with their nukes and fracking sites,
and since the people have been cowed and deprived of all their rights
will the last to close their eyes see beyond the mushroom cloud,
to what this world could have been like if ‘whites’ were not allowed?
Shelby I. Courtland
©2014 Shelby I. Courtland
I know that this world would NOT be as fucked up as it is now. Everywhere on this planet that a ‘white’ foot has stepped; devastation, disease, plunder and death has followed. No other group has managed to crawl all around the world bringing with them that much destruction.
On August 2, 1939, just before the beginning of World War II, Albert Einstein wrote to then President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Einstein and several other scientists told Roosevelt of efforts in Nazi Germany to purify uranium-235, which could be used to build an atomic bomb. It was shortly thereafter that the United States Government began the serious undertaking known then only as “The Manhattan Project.” Simply put, the Manhattan Project was committed to expediting research that would produce a viable atomic bomb.
The brilliant light from the detonation pierced the early morning skies with such intensity that residents from a faraway neighboring community would swear that the sun came up twice that day. Even more astonishing is that a blind girl saw the flash 120 miles away.
Upon witnessing the explosion, its creators had mixed reactions. Isidor Rabi felt that the equilibrium in nature had been upset as if humankind had become a threat to the world it inhabited. Robert Oppenheimer, though ecstatic about the success of the project, quoted a remembered fragment from the Bhagavad Gita. “I am become Death,” he said, “the destroyer of worlds.” Ken Bainbridge, the test director, told Oppenheimer, “Now we’re all sons of bitches.”
(Not true! You’re worse than mere ‘sons of bitches’!)
After viewing the results several participants signed petitions against loosing the monster they had created, but their protests fell on deaf ears. NATURALLY! The Jornada del Muerto of New Mexico would not be the last site on planet Earth to experience an atomic explosion.
The Story of Hiroshima
In less than one second, the fireball had expanded to 900 feet. The blast wave shattered windows for a distance of ten miles and was felt as far away as 37 miles. Over two-thirds of Hiroshima’s buildings were demolished. The hundreds of fires, ignited by the thermal pulse, combined to produce a firestorm that had incinerated everything within about 4.4 miles of ground zero.
To the crew of the Enola Gay, Hiroshima had disappeared under a thick, churning foam of flames and smoke. The co-pilot, Captain Robert Lewis, commented, “My God, what have we done?”
‘God’ had nothing to do with it!