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[Note] Destination Haiti [13th June 2010] - Enzo - 06-13-2010 11:34 PM
I made a promise that I would go Haiti to deliver the supplies and Money we raised at the show. I am leaving now for Port Au Prince. Thank you to everyone that supported the Hip Hop for Haiti Movement. The Revolutionary path is not an easy one to walk, its a battleground. There are always comrades. Yet still sometimes ...its lonely when your only company is that of cynical bystanders.
But the doubt of introverted philosophers and apathetic pseudo intellectuals is not a barrier, it is fuel for the fire. The system in place is the real challenge. Thank you to all of you that have been supportive over the years, and even those of you who have not been but wish you could be. One day you'll wake up and breathe Revolucion.
When I return I will make sure to post a few pictures.
Viva La Revolucion,
"Upon My Return I'll be back working on The Middle Passage, might even return to Atlanta. The South contrary to ridiculous popular belief is actually a very Revolutionary place. We have many brothers and sisters there down for the cause." - Immortal Technique (via Facebook)
RE: [Blog] Destination Haiti [13th June 2010] - chi1 - 06-14-2010 01:34 AM
I hope the people of Haiti get the help they need like my family needed when we lost our building and our city was also destroyed by a very destructive earthquake. We had troops there to help and decades later some people still live in poverty there today in tiny metal shacks. I know what having mass graves with the same date of death, homelessness, disease is like.
I respect the struggle of any Haitian coming up under these extremely difficult circumstances. They’re revolutionary and breathe Revolucion every day. The children and their parents and the ones that lost a child or their parent. I hate "celebrities" man.
(06-13-2010 11:34 PM)Lorenzo Wrote: Yet still sometimes ...its lonely when your only company is that of cynical bystanders.
I'd say more like “straight liars and bitches”. Sorry, had to say that.
RE: [Blog] Destination Haiti [13th June 2010] - chi1 - 06-14-2010 04:20 AM
Them being a celebrity isnt going to change the rule of karma for u. It doesnt change who YOU are.
3 minutes ago via web
I had to check this girl. Always jocking and responding to me. I can post more ridiculous tweets, some she deleted quickly. I hate twitter. I only check when I suspect stuff like this. People put out so many rumors about me on there man. When Tech comes back from Haiti and doesn't unfollow this witch, shoot....talking about ...
"Late night political philosophy phone conversations with one of my favorite conversationalists was the winner tonight. Sweet dreams! web"
Really doh and you wonder why I'm pissed.
Wrong thread to be starting to put some names out there. You can blame some of Tech's delusion about Obama on his "political consultant".
RE: [Blog] Destination Haiti [13th June 2010] - Enzo - 06-14-2010 04:45 AM
I don't understand what your taking about Chi, who are these "celebrities" your talking about? And what does that woman have to do with this thread? I'm confused.
RE: [Blog] Destination Haiti [13th June 2010] - shakur420 - 06-14-2010 04:45 PM
lol. Yeah, and what you mean "delusions of Obama"? That he's a puppet? You wanna make a thread or something? Got us all interested and shit...