NWA sounded the alarm

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I’m progressing though, “Straight Otta Compton”, and the most amazing thing is the movie captured Hana’s attention last night when at first she had no interest. What the NWA story says about the story of this country is significant. Free speech, racism, and war on drugs are relevant movie minute by movie minute. There is a clip of Nancy Reagan saying something that is inarguably true, but this country has paid the price of the “war on drugs”. There is no war my country has lost bigger than the war on drugs. The phrase might seem good, but taken apart it spells disaster. Hypothetically a woman could have interviewed President Reagan. SHE: ¿Who is the enemy in the war on drugs? HE: dugs, obviously SHE: right, but drugs can’t fight back, it’s people who must be the enemy of your war on drugs ¿Who is the enemy in your war on drugs? HE: drug dealers SHE: ¿American drugs dealers or foreign drugs dealers? HE: both. A simple exchange and it’s established a country is authorizing and funding a war against its own people, and one of the first alarms of the impending disaster was NWA. The problem for me is that NWA sound was clear for anyone willing to listen, and I, as a father of young children who wanted drugs and his kids to have the largest distance possible, I wasn’t listening. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us


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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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