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To think about the origins of hip hop in this culture and also about
homeland security is to see that there are at the very least two worlds in
America. One of the well-to-do and the struggling. For if ever there was
the absence of homeland security it is seen in the gritty roots of hip hop.
For the music arises from a generation that feels with some justice that
they have been betrayed by those who came before them. That they are at
best tolerated in schools, feared on the streets, and almost inevitably
destined for the hell holes of prison. They grew up hungry, hated and
unloved. And this is the psychic fuel that seems to generate the anger that
seems endemic in much of the music and poetry. One senses very little hope
above the personal goals of wealth and the climb above the pit of poverty.
In the broader society the opposite is true, for here more than any place
on earth wealth is more wide spread and so bountiful. What passes for the
middle class in America could pass for the upper class in most of the rest
of the world. They're very opulent and relative wealth makes the insecure.
And homeland security is a governmental phrase that is as oxymoronic, as
crazy as saying military intelligence, or the U.S Department of Justice.
They're just words that have very little relationship to reality. And do
you feel safer now? Do you think you will anytime soon? Do you think duck
tape and Kleenex and color codes will make you safer? From Death row this
is Mumia Abu Jamal
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