Poor Righteous Teachers – Outro Lyrics

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Did y'all know
That in the event of a national emergency or crisis in this country
The office of emergency planning can put into effect executive orders
That will suspend your constitutional bill of rights and take freedom from your ass with the signing of a piece of paper
Executive orders like, order n° 10995, which provide the government takeover of all communications and media, so R'N'B, Hip Hop, Jazz, Rock and Pop. GONE
Order n°10998, the takeover of all food resources and farms, so, buds ????. GONE
10999 provide for the takeover of all modes of transportation and control of all major highways
So your Lex, Coupes, Beamers and Benz. GONE
Order n° 11000 provides for the mobilization of all civilians into work brigades under government supervision. Hello slavery
11001, the takeover of all health, education and welfare functions
11002 designate postmaster general to operating national registration of all persons in the country, read revelations chapter 13
11003, provides for the takeover of all airports and aircrafts, see, the FAA is trying to do that shit right now!
11004, provides for housing and finance authority to relocate communities, build new housing with public funds, designate areas to be abandoned as unsafe and establish new locations for populations
The same shit that just happened with Miller Homes in Trenton, New Jersey, and this happening to Cabrini-Green and other projects in Chicago
See, in the event of any national crisis in this country, these executive orders can be put into effect, let's say:
If the World Trade Center is bombed or a federal building in Oklahoma City, a plane blowing up over Long Island, a pipe bomb at the Olympics
These serve to create the panic that is necessary to issue executive order n° 11051
Which simultaneously put all other orders into effect and niggas are slaves all over again...

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