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Willie D
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Hoodie è la felpa con cappuccio, quella che indossava Trayvon martin e avrebbe indotto George Zimmerman a credere che questo fosse un delinquente.

As many of you know the Trayvon Martin murder case has polarized America and has once again raised awareness about the lack of fairness to black people and other minorities in the justice system. Let's not forget, this is bigger than Trayvon. We are fighting America's version of home grown terrorism. As things stand at the this moment Florida special prosecutor Angela Corey today announced that there will not be a grand jury hearing to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to arrest the killer, George Zimmerman and bring him to justice. That's fine with me because the grand jury is the same grand jury across America who disproportionately levy indictments against blacks. It should be noted however that Corey's decision should not be considered a factor in the final determination of the case. What it means now is that the decision to indict Zimmerman is solely up to Corey. Let's pray she gets it right. The world is watching. - Willie D



Canzoni dedicate a Trayvon Martin:
Trayvon Jasiri X
Justice! Godswill
We Are Trayvon Plies
Trayvon Martin Tribute Papoose
Super Life Chaka Khan
Hoodiez Willie D
I wonder why Rick Ross
The Ballad of Trayvon Martin Will Hoge
Justice (if You're 17) Wyclef Jean
No More Innocent People Dying Kamal Imani
Trayvon David Rovics
Sandra's Smile Blood Orange
Call It What It Is Ben Harper
Angel Down Lady Gaga


Trayvon Martin era un ragazzo afroamericano di 17 anni.‎

trayvon-martin


Il 26 febbraio scorso, mentre passeggiava verso le 19 in una strada di Sanford, Florida, era stato ‎segnalato alla polizia come sospetto da George Zimmerman, un membro di un gruppo di vigilantes ‎della zona chiamato Neighborhood Watch. Zimmerman aveva ritenuto di segnalare la presenza di ‎Martin perché questi si muoveva in modo, a suo dire, sospetto e perché aveva il cappuccio della ‎felpa calato sulla testa (già, pioveva…). Invece di aspettare l’arrivo degli agenti, Zimmerman aveva ‎deciso di agire da solo… Poco dopo Trayvon Martin era morto, ucciso da un colpo di pistola al ‎petto esploso a distanza ravvicinata.‎
L’omicida invocò la legittima difesa e non fu neanche arrestato, anche perché il Florida c’è una ‎legge sulla legittima difesa – chiamata “Stay Your Ground Act”, ossia “Resta al tuo posto” - che è ‎una delle più permissive degli Stati Uniti e che garantisce l’immunità a chi spara anche solo con “il ‎ragionevole timore” di essere in pericolo di vita o di essere ferito gravemente.‎

George Zimmerman
George Zimmerman


A marzo a New York si è svolta una grande manifestazione di protesta per l’assassinio di Trayvon ‎Martin. L’hanno chiamata “Million Hoodie March” perché ogni partecipante era vestito con ‎l’hoodie, la felpa con cappuccio che Travyon indossava quando fu ucciso…‎
Il presidente Obama ha manifestato il suo cordoglio e la sua vicinanza alla famiglia Martin ‎dichiarando: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon” …‎
Il processo contro Zimmerman è in corso, ma lui si trova in libertà mentre Trayvon Martin, 17 anni, ‎è sotto terra…‎
Come dice il rapper Jasiri X chiudendo la sua canzone Trayvon: “Il messaggio è che solo la vita ‎dei bianchi è protetta in America”.


Hook:
I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, they don’t like that
They don’t like that, they checking out my tats
Just ‘cause my pants sag, sometimes I wear my flag
I think they jealous of me, them suckers hate my swag

Willie D:
I got my hoodie on I ain't did nothing wrong
I was walking from the store trying to get back home
I was on the phone talking to my girl
Next thing I know I'm being attacked he using racial slurs
He pulled up in his truck next to me slow
I didn’t know if he was a killer or a pedo
He hopped out his ride he had that killer look
I thought about the Atlanta child murders and booked
I had him shook for a minute but damn I could lose him
He shot me in the chest and the blood just started oozing
Daddy starting to trip ‘cause still ain't came home (b)
Mama please forgive I tried to hang on
He said I came at him he said I looked suspicious
Dude is lying on me that man a straight
Don’t let him get away keep up the pressure
I’m in heaven praying for all of y’all and guess what

I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, they don’t like that
They don’t like that, they checking out my tats
Just ‘cause my pants sag, sometimes I wear my flag
I think they jealous of me, them suckers hate my swag

Scarface;
I wish you would call yourself trying to check me
I’m in whoever hood and y’all are gon respect me
I am a Geto Boy for real you get your ass got
For asking me questions and you a neighborhood watch
You took a shot and killed a kid
You got to pay for what you did
It ain’t no justice, it is just this
We seek protection for our children from this mess here

Propain:
Okay, okay, okay
Trill nigga that’s evident
I rep the hood but intelligent
But you telling him with this hoodie on
I ain’t safe around my own resident
I’m in my old school bumping UGK
Candy paint moving through the lanes
Coming down as the grooves swing
Laws pull a nigga over like man what it do today
Grinding trying to see success
My pants sag so I’m a suspect
Respect in peace Trayvon Martin
It’s time to stand up we had enough stress
This for every hood, every block
Time to make the world recognize
By any means like Malcolm X
The revolution ‘bout to be televised

I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, they don’t like that
They don’t like that, they checking out my tats
Just ‘cause my pants sag, sometimes I wear my flag
I think they jealous of me, them suckers hate my swag

D Boi:
Got my hoodie on and it’s like that
I’m white cat and I fight
So I squabble and pummel these racists blue collars
And let the neighborhood watch that
Willie D that’s my dude but if he shot me in the chest today
He’d be locked up on the spot no bond with the key thrown away
Say, fair is fair and wrong is wrong
That’s why D Boi hopped on the song
Who’s more suspicious, a kid with Skittles or a man with a firearm
Dawg a broken nose let’s be realistic
You was on the hunt for another statistic
You know that kid was defenseless
So miss me with that self-defense shit

Willie D:
You can miss me - with the dumb shit
I’ma stand my ground I’ma let the gun click
We want justice and that’s what’s up
You wont sweep this under the rug
‘Cause we'll tear this mother fucker up
Justice Department handle up
The reason everybody standing up
That could've been any one of us
I’m a Fifth Ward cat to the bone
H-town till the good Lord take me home
Them cowards looking for a easy target
They don't wanna see them boys live off of Market
Or Collingsworth, Homestead Little York, Scott or Griggs
West Belford, MLK
Geraldo Rivera shut your face
Sanford Police check yourself
Fox News go to hell
Rush Limbaugh you can eat the pickle
Yeah I said ole fat ass nigga

I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie on, I got my hoodie on
I got my hoodie, got my hoodie, got my hoodie on

inviata da DoNQuijote82 - 8/11/2013 - 19:27



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