Friday, May 05, 2006

BLOOD MONEY: "I was told by the O.G.'s, like my pops, if you can't whip they' ass, then niggaz get shot..."


"Yeah, yeah...

Gon' pay you back man..."

[Hook: Prodigy] - repeat 2X

"Infamous, up in this, you know how we get down,
Is that yo' hoe? She feelin' our style,
We come through the spot, real heavy on the waist,
So when they wanna move, we put 'em in they' place..."


I was schooled by the hood, raised by the wolves,
Trained by the pain, adopted by guerillas,
Gotta tank for a car, ice for a' arm,
Got tattoos wit' skin, and scars from brawls,
Gotta buildin' for a crib, Manhattan for a backyard,
Skyscrapin' ladies, that fuck me when they' man gone,
Kings of New York, I'm one of the few of those,
Difficulties to come, it's gon' be funerals,
You get a quiet spot in the shade, for a grave,
I get paid, 'cause I got murder 'fore a six-teen,
And I'm so much rich, I got a condo for a piggy bank,
So much stash, I just laugh at yo' face,
Blow a stack on David, 'cause I'ma pyro-,
Maniac for carats, wit' the Rolls Gold,
I was told by the O.G.'s, like my Pops,
If you can't whip they' ass, the niggaz get shot... (shot, shot)..."

[Hook] - repeat 2X


"Waist, yo...
I was raised by the block, immune to the sound of the gun shots,
Hustled, by the bus stop, aged, to the front stop,
Block party, departed, somebody got bodied,
Right before I snatch this little number from a hottie,
Yeah, young dude wit' jewels, and bedroom links,
Herring bones, on the deuce, flickin' it up, in the mix,
Fast forward, to '06, gettin', head in the '06,
Have a chick, feelin' like, she workin' out on that Bow-Flex,
I'm focused, looked through my lens, see my vision,
Surprise myself, and came through without one screw missin',
From that hallway pissin', now there's room, in the Carlton,
I can smell it in the air, P in that next room, sparkin',
Me? I let the Henney flow, meet me at the telly hoe,
You don't do them telly's? Oh. Fuck it bitch, you gotta go,
Workin' wit' a lot of dough, and a little bit of time,
Bitch, I wanna fuck, I don't wanna know what's on ya mind..."

[Hook] - repeat 2X


"Yeah, I know you can't believe it.. WHOO!
We still soakin' it all in ourselves,
Hollywood Hav' (yeah nigga), V.I.P. (yeah),
Sha means... Curtis... "Billion Dollar Budget" Jackson...
Go 'head be mad at that man, he the one made us rich,
You ain't the only millionaires on the block no more,
Ya money is old nigga...
Smell that? That's new money nigga,
We filthy rotten rich... (yeah) and we taken advantage... (let's do it)
G-Unit, Infamous Mobb Deep {*clap, clap, clap...*}"

- Mobb Deep, "Put 'Em In Their Place"

Tue, January 20, 2004

5 million on terrorism list

Canuck: U.S. on the lookout for 'potential problem'


U.S. security agents have a master list of five million people worldwide thought to be potential terrorists or criminals, officials say. "The U.S. lookout index contains some five million names of known terrorists and other persons representing a potential problem," Brian Davis, a senior Canadian immigration official in Paris, said in a confidential document obtained by the Sun.

Names on the list are compared against those applying for visas or on flights travelling to the U.S.

Anyone whose name is on the list is questioned or banned from entering the U.S. -- as passengers were on two British Airways flights to Los Angeles two weeks ago.

The master list was revealed by U.S. embassy officials to a Canadian standing immigration committee in April 2002. Its existence was revealed in Davis' document, obtained by Montreal lawyer Richard Kurland through an Access to Information request.

Davis said Canadian visa officers abroad do not keep an extensive list like the U.S. because terrorists can use bogus documents and change their identities.

"We examine each application according to profiles," he said. "(We) apply experience and knowledge gained from a variety of sources. Canada's approach to identifying persons who may pose a danger was as sound as possible."

CSIS agents in Paris send a "brief" to Ottawa for cases that require more in-depth investigation.

HUH? -


Reviewer: Black Krishna - 5 out of 5 stars - August 2, 2005

Subject: Amnesty Intellectual: "Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th..."

President George W. Bush spoke to the World before the UN General Assembly on November 10, 2001:

"Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th, malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame away from the terrorists themselves, away from the guilty."

Throughout the corridors of power around the world, a clear message was sent: shut up.

It disseminated from The White House, then corporate media, and now there's peer pressure to deny any other possibilities.

It's crazy how much credibility one gets from just saying: "Well I'm not one for conspiracy theories..." no matter the nonsense or sins of omission that follow. Our herded gullibility buys fake credibility, and even after Fahrenheit 9/11 recently showed millions the media lies to protect the government from the people, we still fight like hell to defend the half-truths we learned against concerned citizens with a wealth of evidence.


So: I present my all-purpose argument for anybody to tell everybody...


1) All information we receive is based on editorial decisions. Here, footage, interviews, and and documents from hundreds of mainstream news sources is very real, including live slip-ups or great stories that got buried. The documentation using "news" makes this "news", not blind theorizing.

2) The militarization of security everywhere is troubling, especially when they don't tell us about it. This movie shows where society may be going, and whether it gets there or not this establishes clear intent. Widespread information may provoke public outrage, it'll be impossible to stop otherwise.

3) "Qui bono" is latin for "who profits", and this film establishes the money to be made from their actions. The rich are making billions of dollars off increased security, and this film is being given away for free by the people who care to expose it.

4) They rip Michael Moore: just in case you thought they were Left. And Communists.

5) They rip Republicans: just in case you thought they were Right. And Rednecks.

6) They've gone after the crimes of Clinton and Bush equally hard, while recognizing that military-industrial complex initiatives are accelerating under Bush.

7) What exists? We don't know anymore: there is no universality. This movie is not just a matter of taste: it's critical information about the people who have the most power over everyone else, and how they're getting much more control. The bias is simple: this is bad, here's proof, and there's an objective morality being violated in how people are being treated.

8) You can believe what you want: belief and disbelief require an equal measure of proof. Don't set the bar higher than for anything else and I guarantee you'll like it, and don't think just because you haven't heard it yet that it's not true. We often believe anecdotes from anybody, this movie at least provides proof.

9) It's snapshot of current events from a different angle starting at the Republican National Convention in New York last fall, and serves as a deeper sequel to Fahrenheit 9/11 with a different timeline and similar impact: Why didn't we see that? Where was the press?

10) People's reactions are priceless, both those on film and your own. Check the logic used to dismiss info, and ask why you fight to avoid revising an opinion. Our thoughts are not entirely our own, there is a "normal", safe, shrinking and inclusive knowledge-base that forms common opinion about what we are supposed to know. This makes everything else "crazy" for no good reason: these are just "people" trying to tell us something for God's sake!

Our distrust of all media based on the massive failures of the corporate media is leaving us all hopelessly ignorant.

So: "Qui bono?"

With the best sources of alternative media: we do.

Peace, (NOW!!!)



Black Krishna Brand

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P.S. "Or hell, just Google "Loose Change 2nd Edition" and buy it, download it, or stream it on Google Video. It's the best day-of video by far, and yeah, I'm sorry, but they definitely did it..."


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