Brother Ali - Uncle Sam Goddamn

Just realized that I've never posted Brother Ali to this blog, although this song was once featured on the front page of MusicTelevision.Com for a period in the past.

Brother Ali is controversial to some people. I've heard people argue whether he was black, white or Albino. I always think, "who fucking cares?". And, when an acquaintance brought up the video you are about to see a few days after he saw it, he tried to tell me it had white supremacist tones, as if Brother Ali was connected to that sort of thing. He is most certainly not.

People really drive me nuts for they are either not paying attention, have some sort of attention deficit or are just plain ignorant. Ignorant is something Brother Ali is not. He has a basic sense of U.S. history in a reality based sense that is not the candy coated version that is spoon fed to kids in school. He seems to be putting into words what should be obvious to American's regarding the game that is being played against them by the powers that be. Wake up America!

This democracy smells like hypocrisy and those who are part of it with their occupy Wall Street class war, just worried about your way of life. Where were you when the U.S. was dropping the bombs, in the longest U.S. war in history (that's not really a war, but a slaughterhouse and occupation for resources). That fact is the true reason the U.S. is beyond bankrupt. The Occupy Wall Street crowd should be change their theme to Occupy DC, where the enablers of the wars and the crony capitalism in Congress and The White House are supposed to be working for us, but aren't. They are the real demons and we shalt not take our eye off the ball like this. 1% of Wall Street was involved in the destruction of the dollar and the U.S. and global economies. However, 98% of Congress was involved in supporting these wars, out of control spending on every level, catering to that 1% of Wall Street, bailing out corporations who should have gone through bankruptcy and so much more.

It's hard to argue with Brother Ali's song. "Welcome to the United Snakes, Home of the thief, Home of the slave..." is how rapper Brother Ali starts off the beginning of his portrayal of a flawed electorate and the related truths of U.S. Government Policy. Think! GC



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And... the Nina Simone song that influenced Brother Ali and Uncle Sam Goddamn:

Nina Simone performing Mississippi Goddam