Preachers of hate on the net: Also for you Curtis Mayfield has a song

The great black soul singer Curtis Mayfield once said: "If you come with a song on the lips of one Party, it is better to sing We're A Winner'as not only Do

Preachers of hate on the net: Also for you Curtis Mayfield has a song

The great black soul singer Curtis Mayfield once said: "If you come with a song on the lips of one Party, it is better to sing We're A Winner'as not only Do the Boogaloo'." He played with it on his own Song, which was one of the important testimonies of the new black Self-consciousness, that was the end of the sixties and early seventies in the American charts noticeable.

Soul and Funk were no longer just a dance - and entertainment music; now many of the songs the transported a Message, spoke of poverty, violence, drugs and deprivation. They demanded "Respect" and stressed, "I Am Somebody", meanwhile, it brought James Brown is clear on the point: "Black and Proud".

This is now a half-century, but who have thought like the world would be a since then, on the way to freedom, equality and brotherhood/Sisterhood one step further, in these days, once again one of the Worse taught. To the extent of the despicableness, meanness, stupidity, and wretchedness, which shows itself already in the comments, with which certain contemporaries of my calls about Boris Becker or Borussia Mönchengladbach against racism rate, is almost limitless. In their delusion, it will not understand the preachers of hate, certainly, but Curtis Mayfield is also for you a song: "Sisters! Niggers! Whities! Jews! Crackers! Don’t worry, if there's a hell below, we're all gonna go!“

Updated Date: 15 June 2020, 16:19

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