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Baraka Meet Beretta

The daughter of Amiri Baraka, the deposed poet laureate of New Jersey who suggested the Jews had advance knowledge of 9-11, was found shot to death.

No doubt he will blame it on the Jews.

Somebody Blew Up My Daughter

Who kill me daughter?

Who put a bullet in her head

Or maybe two, three, four

Who putting up a wall and killing the Palestinians

And got me job taken away from me

Who talk to the Devil

While taking over the tv, papers and banks

Who and Who and Who who

Whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

UPDATE 1: I entered this posting on the Carnival of the Vanities, this week hosted at Outside the Beltway. This is what was written by way of introduction:

Dave of IsraellyCool has a short poem making fun of a girl who has been murdered.

I would normally laugh it off, but given my current frame of mind after last night’s horrific murder of innocent men, women and children, I feel the need to speak out. In case there is any misunderstanding, the poem is SATIRICAL. It is meant to draw attention to Amiri Baraka’s bigotry expressed in his poems. It is not, in any way, meant to express any trivialization of his daughter’s death. I assume my regular readers understood this, judging by the lack of response. If anyone took it the wrong way, I am sure I would have received many negative comments.

UPDATE 2: James from Outside the Beltway has corrected the initial introduction.


BARAKA MEET BERETTA

The daughter of Amiri Baraka, the deposed poet laureate of New Jersey who suggested the Jews had advance knowledge of 9-11, was found shot to death.

No doubt he will blame it on the Jews.

Somebody Blew Up My Daughter

Who kill me daughter?

Who put a bullet in her head

Or maybe two, three, four

Who putting up a wall and killing the Palestinians

And got me job taken away from me

Who talk to the Devil

While taking over the tv, papers and banks

Who and Who and Who who

Whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

UPDATE 1: I entered this posting on the Carnival of the Vanities, this week hosted at Outside the Beltway. This is what was written by way of introduction:

Dave of IsraellyCool has a short poem making fun of a girl who has been murdered.

I would normally laugh it off, but given my current frame of mind after last night’s horrific murder of innocent men, women and children, I feel the need to speak out. In case there is any misunderstanding, the poem is SATIRICAL. It is meant to draw attention to Amiri Baraka’s bigotry expressed in his poems. It is not, in any way, meant to express any trivialization of his daughter’s death. I assume my regular readers understood this, judging by the lack of response. If anyone took it the wrong way, I am sure I would have received many negative comments.

UPDATE 2: James from Outside the Beltway has corrected the initial introduction.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
Picture of David Lange

David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media
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