They Don’t Love Us Lyrics

They Don’t Love Us Lyrics

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It’s a sonic revolution thru all of the confusion came up with a solution this is more than rap it’s the birth of a movement.
They ain’t never love us one verse and I’ll prove it.
What’s life if you’re too scared to loose it?
What’s knowledge if you don’t care to use it?
What’s power if they only abuse it?
And we’re just trying to make a living while they profit from the Prisons,
And we’re dying from these conditions it’s time you really listen.
Sharanda Jones she just got home since 99 but let’s rewind, Nixon’s Laws you get more time by design that’s the real crime.
Governments the plug and they made us dealers train police either lock us up or kill us they can’t feel us cause they’re HeartNum, Nixon, Reagan, Bush and Clinton propagated racist policies and doctrines.
Prison Industry’s the New Plantation,
Criminal Justice Yields Racial Caste System, Mandatory Minimums Non Violent Offenses.

They Don’t Love Us Can’t Get No Justice
But Only GOD Can Judge Us To My Sisters and Brothers Prayed to GOD They Don’t Love Us.
They Enslaved Us Then They Lied To Us Where’s The Love For Us……

Racism is written in the laws, being born black, poor rich it’s a charge, this isn’t living but we’re ready to ignore,
Buying new Jordan’s while he invests in Oz,
Incarcerate the black population deny rights and then they geld them, marked as permanent second class villains, stripped of human rights discriminate them, no jobs health housing your not welcome separate black men from their children.
Wall St. trades on recidivism laws.
Billions in business to emasculate us.
I cried all night when they murdered Sandra and they did it when the Presidents Obama
wish death on none just karma if you get what you give where’s the onslaught.
Over 2 million living in cages more than 7 can’t earn decent wages controlled and monitored daily stop, search, seizure, shackled, suffering from probation.
They ain’t never love us one verse and
I’ll prove it,
What’s life if you’re too scared to loose it?
What’s knowledge if you don’t care to use it?
What’s power if they only abuse it?

They Don’t Love Us

They Don't Love Us Lyrics

They Don't Love Us Lyrics

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It’s a sonic revolution thru all of the confusion came up with a solution this is more than rap it’s the birth of a movement.
They ain’t never love us one verse and I’ll prove it.
What’s life if you’re too scared to loose it?
What’s knowledge if you don’t care to use it?
What’s power if they only abuse it?
And we’re just trying to make a living while they profit from the Prisons,
And we’re dying from these conditions it’s time you really listen.
Sharanda Jones she just got home since 99 but let’s rewind, Nixon’s Laws you get more time by design that’s the real crime.
Governments the plug and they made us dealers train police either lock us up or kill us they can’t feel us cause they’re HeartNum, Nixon, Reagan, Bush and Clinton propagated racist policies and doctrines.
Prison Industry’s the New Plantation,
Criminal Justice Yields Racial Caste System, Mandatory Minimums Non Violent Offenses.
They Don’t Love Us Can’t Get No Justice
But Only GOD Can Judge Us To My Sisters and Brothers Prayed to GOD They Don’t Love Us.
They Enslaved Us Then They Lied To Us Where’s The Love For Us……
Racism is written in the laws, being born black, poor rich it’s a charge, this isn’t living but we’re ready to ignore,
Buying new Jordan’s while he invests in Oz,
Incarcerate the black population deny rights and then they geld them, marked as permanent second class villains, stripped of human rights discriminate them, no jobs health housing your not welcome separate black men from their children.
Wall St. trades on recidivism laws.
Billions in business to emasculate us.
I cried all night when they murdered Sandra and they did it when the Presidents Obama
wish death on none just karma if you get what you give where’s the onslaught.
Over 2 million living in cages more than 7 can’t earn decent wages controlled and monitored daily stop, search, seizure, shackled, suffering from probation.
They ain’t never love us one verse and
I’ll prove it,
What’s life if you’re too scared to loose it?
What’s knowledge if you don’t care to use it?
What’s power if they only abuse it?
They Don’t Love Us

Big Brother Lyrics

Big Brother Lyrics

Chess has been considering the Big Brother text since reading Orwell many years ago.
Privacy is an important issue to me and the thought of designed abuse and invasion  by our government is unacceptable.
The FISA court was created and laws were written to protect government, but where is protection for the average citizen.
Mya Angelo writes “when you know better you do better”
Chess hopes the Big Brother record informs, and inspires people to action.

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Once upon a time not long ago
Orwell wrote this book that made heads blow.
When laws were stern no justice stood with people on unaware of the common good.
There lived this mass of folks who were misled by this real big boy and this is what he said.
The sky is falling the towers crashed it’s time we enacted this patriot act.
His novel portrayed a brother that made people’s private lives and open page, trying to learn your creeds, your thoughts words and deeds.
How you plant your seeds, when you’re smoking your weed.
Sifting for patterns predicting your actions so brother can change events that happen.
Your brother collects Internet info from the companies that we all know.
Google Apple Microsoft and Facebo, Search the engine and look up Edward Snowden, NSA minion who’s whistle blows but the media asks is he friend or foe?
-for revealing acts that are criminal, here’s the rub, brother asserts that it’s their goal to reveal the acts of criminals.-
Hypocrisy Ambiguity it’s brothers flow, play ya, plot, strategize he well knows but democracy is only beautiful when orated in rhetorical’s.
Do as I say not as I do is it rule of law or law of rule, check the fourth amendment of your constitute and while you’re at it
Deactivate your Bluetooth for Big Brother.

-Chorus-
“We got to find a way to find a way”
“Get yourself to better place”
“Be aware of your day to day”
“Tell Big Brother to get away”

Brothers moon rides high in the night sky of the new republic shining like I’m on top of this.
Lights Camera action you’re starring while Brother was rolling and recording, people was Fightin Complaining and Sexting Prism was Casting, Classifying and Capturing.
Meta-data was piled up nice while Brother introduces new device,
On the corner got your smart street lights, in the car we got your video flights, camera has you in the line of sight, brothers actions are not forthright.
Scanning days of footage instantly, visually, intelligently.
36 million faces every second now tell me Breadren do you feel threatened.
Soon to come your ID brand identifies tracks and measures for the man.
Orion’s bands of peace will come again it’s cyclical future now and then.
Praise the Present  NOW we are free, Praise the Present we are defined by our deeds.
But beloveds too many we are sheep, a race of people so fast asleep.
Pacified with instant gratifyers , mass media has made us mindless, apathetic without concern for the evil that turns and burns.
Good folks it’s your money you earned but Beloveds  your Black Gold learned to consume buy back and come again.
We are our own catalyst for change.
Our catalyst for change is in our wallets NOW do we really want water from our faucets and clean air for your children to Breathe and why is Monsanto fucking with the seeds.
Evolution with you my friend, liberate we can begin.
Look up not down with Orion’s clan, Orwell Chemtrails are back again.
It’s the Circle in the Square smoke rings, hear Wall Street’s bells elitists sing 1% are two big too fail, thin the heard is big boys yell.
The FISA court will devour the frail, I tried to told you you’ve got mail, the arc is cyclical not doomed to fail.
No more water James Baldwin’s solar flares,
Check your inbox subject line we can win this you and I.
The from line reads sincerely I and I your man Chess straight from Cannae.

Let Me Breathe Lyrics

Let Me Breathe Lyrics

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I remember producing and performing in a theatrical tribute show for Amadu Diallo 1999, right after he was slain at The Paul Robeson Theater in Brooklyn New York, my outrage continues, and from that time to this I have made it my business to stay informed with regard to Unarmed African American Men being killed by Police.
“Why Can’t You Let Me Breathe” works to serve and give loving memory to all African American Men slain by Police.
We will remember-

“Let Me Breathe” Lyrics

~ Announce
Developing news tonight we just got the autopsy results from the shooting death of Tamir Rice. The 12 year old shot and killed by Cleveland police. While carrying a toy pellet gun. The 911 caller who reported Tamir warned police that the gun was probably not real. But despite the warnings Tamir was shot in less than two seconds after the police arrived. The autopsy report shows Tamir died from a single gunshot wound to the torso. The manner of death ruled a homicide. The same manner of death marked on Eric Garners autopsy report after he was killed from a police officer is chokehold in July. Homicide,
The same manner of death marked on Michael Brown’s autopsy after he was shot dead by Officer Darren Wilson in August. Homicide, Homicide for John Crawford shot and killed by police in an Ohio Walmart while carrying a toy gun.
Homicide for Kindrick Mcdade the 19-year-old college student shot by police.
Homicide for Timothy Russell the African-American killed after Cleveland police fired 137 rounds into his car.
Homicide for Amadu Diallo the West African immigrant with no criminal record who was shot 41 times by New York police officers while standing in front of his home holding a wallet.
Homicide for Timothy Stansberry Junior the 19-year-old shot and killed by New York City police in a Brooklyn stairwell Timothy was unarmed with no criminal record.
Homicide for Sean Bell the unarmed 23-year-old shot and killed the morning of his wedding day, after police fired 50 bullets at the car he was riding in, Sean was un armed and not guilty.
Homicide for Aaron Campbell, the unarmed 25-year-old shot by Portland police officer while walking backwards toward the officer with his hands iner-locked behind his head.
Homicide for Walter Scott, the unarmed 50-year-old fatally shot by South Carolina Police Officer Michael Slager, Officer Slager shot Walter Scott in the back in cold blood.
Homicide for Freddy Grey the 25-year-old African-American arrested by Baltimore police, who then sustained injuries to his spinal cord while in police custody, which caused him to go into a coma and die. Thank God for Baltimore serving as humanities crucible for revolution, for change.

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Why can’t you let me breathe. I will fight for my right to be. Why can’t you let me breathe. I am human just let me be. Why can’t you let me breathe. You’ve already stolen so much.
You’ve stolen my legacy and lied to my family.
Your lies and deceit have altered the course of we.
All for humanity and all against your greed.
The 1% elite despotic indeed.
Soon you’ll let me breathe. Soon you’ll let me breathe. Get off of me. With loves purity. With love integrity. With complete Honesty. Soon you’ll let me breathe. You will let me be.
We going to look and when we see no be no more hiding.
Your lies and deceit altered the course of we.
The 1% elite despotic indeed.
When we look and then we’ll see they’ll be no more suffering.
We going to look and when we see they’ll be no more hiding.
Until there is honesty they’ll be no more balancing.

Chess

The 62 Richest People On Earth Now Hold As Much Wealth As The Poorest 3.5 Billion

The 62 Richest People On Earth Now Hold As Much Wealth As The Poorest 3.5 Billion

All the money in the world is growing ever more concentrated in the hands of just a few people, a report released Sunday night makes clear.

Just 62 ultra-rich individuals — a list that is primarily made up of men and includes Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, the Koch Brothers and the Walmart heirs — have as much wealth as the bottom half of humanity. Five years ago, it took 388 rich guys to achieve that status.

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A photo of Charles and Bill Koch, billionaires who have more wealth that millions of people combined.

The wealth of the richest 62 has increased an astonishing 44 percent since 2010, to $1.76 trillion. Meanwhile, the wealth of the bottom half of the world dropped by 41 percent.

“This is terrible,” Gawain Kripke, Oxfam’s Policy Director, told The Huffington Post. “No one credible will say this is good for the world or good for the economy.”

While the wealthy might argue that their rising wealth is just a fabulous sign of economic prosperity (the “you’re just jealous” rationale), the disproportionate growth at the top is keeping those on the bottom from climbing out of poverty, Oxfam notes in its report.

“It is unjust that people living in poverty are not getting the boost to their incomes that they desperately need, while already privileged capital owners receive a greater share of income and wealth,” the report says.

Kripke also points out that wide inequality is no longer seen as an unfortunate consequence of economic growth. Now many economists — most famously Thomas Piketty — contend that gross inequality actually slows down growth, as fewer people can afford to buy stuff, and creates economic and political instability.

Indeed, Piketty says extreme wealth inequality helps fuel instability in the Middle East.

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Look, the rich are getting lots and lots richer.

Rising wealth and income inequality is not simply an issue of fairness or social justice or economic growth.

There’s a wide body of research that shows inequality adversely affects the health of those at the bottom, raising the risk of cardiovascular disease, increasing suicide rates and shortening lifespans, Linda Rosenstock, a professor at the UCLA school of public health and the former director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, told The Huffington Post last year.

“There’s an added reason to be concerned that income inequality is growing,” Rosenstock said.

Much of the astonishing rise of wealth at the top is tied up with the booming stock market, as Credit Suisse noted in its Global Wealth Report last year. That report, which Oxfam used in its analysis along with a list of the richest people in the world from Forbes, determined that global inequality had reached a new milestone: The richest 1 percent of the world’s population now own half the world’s wealth.

Stocks have been on a tear since the economic recovery kicked in. The S&P 500 is up 46 percent from 2010. Unfortunately, most normals have missed out on the gold rush. Most of us get our money from paychecks — not stocks. And wages have largely gone nowhere since the recovery, even as executive pay has soared.

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CEO compensation is going bananas, just like the stock market.

But it’s not just the stock market driving the rise in inequality. Oxfam’s report also points a finger at tax dodging and urges governments worldwide to get a handle on tax avoidance by wealthy individuals and corporations.

“It’s a significant loss to governments,” Kripke said. The rich use exotic strategies to park money so that it’s invisible and inaccessible to governments, who could redistribute those dollars to their citizens, he said. “We need reform on this.”