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Consider this a debate, a discussion, a cry for help, a peaceful riot of sorts, I don't know. Here's an inside eye to the REAL America, through the eyes of someone who hasn't yet experienced a lot of the things that an adult has, someone who hasn't officially joined a… Read More
A poem written about the hardships people had endured during the slave trade. Read More

Short Story / Memoir

December 18, 2012

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A young man in 1930 Germany struggles in life with the rise of the Nazi party, and must deal with his wife as she is hiding a dark secret. Read More
This is an essay with a personal bout with depression and how i recovered..... Read More
I hate jingoism glorified as patriotism. I am opposed to national flags, national anthems, medals and honours – since mainly dishonourable people receive them. Read More
there is always that one kid that will make racist jokes out of everything you do. Read More

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ROY HODGSON TRIES TO PICK A PRINCIPLED ENGLAND CAPTAIN Read More
It's Amazing! You're on space, bro. Hope you can handle it. Read More
Tyler Boone has been playing basketball for years. But since his move to New York, he has had to go to West Amsterdam High School, where the whole school is racist against blacks. He gets made fun of by his teachers, classmates, and he feels very lonely. He thinks what… Read More
Sen is an ordinary girl and she knows it. However her family and almost every person in town isn't particulary normal. They are all Mimics-Humans capable of transforming into animals. As a Non-Mimic Sen is often frowned upon, she is different in a normal way. But when frightening rumors of… Read More
I dont if youll care or like it, but its about school and judge mental people. Read More
Ethan is overwhelmed by Kimberly’s asshole half-brother, Ross deals with his racist grandfather, Ethan and Mayor Sarandon must deal with the scandal Detective Zimmerman exposed by making Mayor Sarandon look good by making a deal with a contractor to create jobs via a construction project in Hansbay Read More
This story is about to African American Males having a conversation about the ghetto and life. The setting is at a mentoring session. Read More
Det. Michael LaTour, recently fired from the Seattle Police Dept., teams up with an attractive museum curator to uncover and thwart an art theft ring. Read More
An allegory I had to write for my English class. Read More

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My poem analysis for the poem A Song Of Hope By Kath Walker. I'm so happy! I got an A for it:) Read More
My return to Compton on the East side proved to be obvious that my Mexican brothers and sisters are feeling some kind of way towards Black people born in America. Black on Black crimes are shared by Brown on Black crimes these days. People from Africa are not too much… Read More

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In the past I did not live to see such time, but I once dreamnt the pain of your hand. I never knew your pity and i died of sorrows and mutulation. I woke up but ketp dreaming, and the roles didnt changed, but i had pity for your soul… Read More
A story about a young man who learns a racial slur. Read More
Observation of the importance of race mainly from a pro-White perspective. Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 18, 2012

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This is a poem about hate in the world, and the world never seeming to change. Read More
Poland 1941. Brutal Nazi control has swept over the country like an ominous storm-cloud. How does a vigilante survive in a nation gripped by fear? One must keep their friends close, but their enemies closer. Read More

Poem / Romance

February 17, 2012

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we love, we try, we fight, we die Read More

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All the flaws that a humanbeing may commit are justifiable, you steal to feed yourself; to survive, you kill to live, but the only stupid flaw is racism, it's got no reason at all Read More

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Another excerpt from the chapter "The Canadian Family" from my book "How Canada Could Rule the World". The whole chapter can be read at http://www.scribd.com/doc/77280495/The-Canadian-Family Read More
Looking at how all people are the same and different. Excerpted from "The Canadian Family", a chapter from my book "How Canada Could Rule the World" To find the full chapter go to http://www.scribd.com/doc/77280495/The-Canadian-Family Read More
This is my poem on one of the greatest visionary's this world has ever seen...Martin Luther King Jr. I hope you enjoy it...THX GOTHIKAH666 T_T Read More
This is a oratorical speech that I wrote in the 8th grade stating what would be the first thing I would address if I was a leader of a free world. Read More
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