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Politics of Sodom

i really love living in malaysia
there is so much real life drama
to watch day after day - red blood
adrenalin driving episodes of political
and social intrigues to whet your
appetite a la the romans watching
lions tear away at their prisoners

you love real life hardcore racism?
multi levelled croynism seasoned
with a touch of shameless nepotism?
and high handed judiciary rape bottoming
out with repetitive juicy charges of sodomy
thrashing where it matters most?

come to my beloved country, Malaysia then
a country that tastes sweet, sour, bitter, spicy
like delecterious mixed fruit, mixed vege rojak
john tiong chunghoo

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A shaken world of helpless men, seeking answers yet creating questions.Seeking life when they are constantly the reason for death.
Worshiping gods who preach love, in exchange for jihad, gods who place a race of jews above gentiles.
Seeking to free ourselves from racism and yet we spit into different faces, with gods who demand that we take the very lives they say they gave.
Cupid Missed

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Racism has nothing to do with color or religious place.
The moment one places themselves over or better than any
Is the time they realize their need for self-integrity.
The man that is equal to all and respector to many is
The man that goes far and is looked up to by all.
Jeff Rushton

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No philosophy

Racism is the manifestation of those who have no personal foundation
Human is what we are, have been and will always be

The past and future are not occurring at this time
Those who live there have no sense of reality
They cannot sensibly talk with dexterity through genuine sincerity

Reality is the ability for us to see that
Human is a state of being, not a color, country or state of thinking

You maintain your state by holding true to your instinctive traits
None of which judge by color, creed, state or fate but

By the want and desire for every being alive to be the winner of the
Human Race.
Jeff Rushton

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