When you see a black baby...

Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla

When you see a brown-skinned baby
You wish, smile, speak, touch, glow, kiss, hug, include, and pamper.
When you see a black baby
You hate, anger, untouched, unshadow, ban, exclusion, bully, frozen, control
When you see your religious fanatic baby
You wish, touch, smile, speak, kiss, smile, hug, and pamper.
When you see a non-religious baby
You hate, anger, untouched, unshadow, ban, bully, frozen, exclusion, control
How long can you hide your white skin, your white mask, o racist?
How long can you hide your religious skin, your religious mask, o religious fanatic?
How long do you both hide your skin and mask?

  • Authors: Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla
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  • Finished: March 22nd, 2023 05:00
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  • Comment from author about the poem: This is my personal experience with the white supremacist UNHCR women employees and asylum seekers of Islamic faith in asylum camps in Europe. Both UNHCR employees and Muslims treated my three-member black-skinned atheist and Christian family very badly, even though we are just three persecuted black people in our country of origin, whereas religiously and economically motivated Muslims number in the millions. Both UNHCR and Muslim asylum seekers are allies in dehumanizing black-skinned atheists and Christian families. Even African-background Muslims are allies in dehumanizing the African-background Christian community in asylum camps in Europe. The UNHCR is a racist organization in Europe. Dr. Suryaraju Mattimalla, Author of the globally acclaimed "Compatibility of the Death Penalty with the Purpose of Criminal Punishment in Ethiopia".
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