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 Bob Marley and the German Race

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May 17, 2002
I'm not fond of "Bob" Marley's music or his drug-tolerant lifestyle. However, the topic of racial harmony is an important one, especially when used to bring attention to the new discrimination whites face from the browner peoples of God's earth.

A Hatian native, Bob Marley had little contact with those of Germanic descent. But he had great respect for these people; his affinity lead to one song -- lyrics printed below -- in which he proclaims that "We are [all] German."


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We're German
I want to German with you
We're German
And I hope you like German, too
Everyday we pay we pay the price
And we live in sacrifice
German 'till the Germans're through
We're German
To think that German was a thing of the past
We're German
And I hope this German's gonna last
We're German
We're German in the name of the Lord
We're German
German right straight from yore

Beautiful, isn't it? The remainder of the song talks about the hidden evil headquartered at "Holy Mount Zion." So Marley even overtly recognized the evils of the semitic worldwide conspiracies. Remarkable, really!


As someone of German descent (none / 0) (#1)
by First Incision on Sun May 19th, 2002 at 09:10:37 PM PST
I also want to be German with you.
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As someone else of German descent. (none / 0) (#2)
by astrix on Mon May 20th, 2002 at 10:02:29 AM PST
I want to too.

"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty" --Thomas Jefferson


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