A poem written by Lee Sonogan
Ethno-sectarian violence is a particular concern in Iraq, as it is a cancer that continues to spread if left unchecked. – David Petraeus
Questionable unity against war,
Too comfortable about your skin.
Why throw everyone out the door?
Yes, necessary immigration, not a competition in who is first to win.
Multiculturism is still very new,
Toxic tribalism has lasted forever.
Remembering history with some mildew,
Seemly hatred pulled by a lever.
Background and language from a different heart,
There are positives in our self segregation.
Experimentation has a difference in what is art or smart,
Without perfect love, it is a lack of knowing now information.
People make assumptions all the time,
Being one with the other is not an easy task.
Instead of trading out energy and slime,
Neo progressiveness shall unmask.
Contrasts vs peaceful dogmas,
Hate can become pompous,
It ain’t gonna be some holiday…
Contradicts fair outcome of equality,
More of a lobby on equity misrepresenting internal classes.
Same levels of frivolity,
Just dramatic apparatus upon opera glasses.
I’m an economic nationalist. I am an ‘America first’ guy. And I have admired nationalist movements throughout the world, have said repeatedly strong nations make great neighbors. I’ve also said repeatedly that the ethno-nationalist movement, prominent in Europe, will change over time. I’ve never been a supporter of ethno-nationalism. – Steve Bannon