Jamaican Grassroots singer’s support song for Bernie Sanders

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Jamaican Grassroots singer’s support song 
for  Bernie Sanders

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Political revolution

Political revolution
Elad in the building
Jamaicans supporting, Bernie Sanders

Ah sey what we need is a political revolution. yeah
Cause we tired a the greed from corrupted politicians
Ah sey what we need is a political revolution, yeah
So let’s plant some seeds of justice and liberation

Tell me how it is that the minority
Have all the wealth an a starve the majority
Well to me that’s a foolish policy
Nah serve no good purpose to humanity
Too much people a sink ina poverty
Pulled down by unemployment’s gravity
Tonight ah won’t be sleeping happily
Cause tomorrow injustice might be after me

Ah sey what we need is a political revolution, yeah
Cause we tired a the greed from corrupted politicians
Ah sey what we need is a political revolution, yeah
So let’s plant some seeds of…

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9 thoughts on “Jamaican Grassroots singer’s support song for Bernie Sanders

  1. Monday 7th March 2016

    posted by Morning Star in World

    by Our Foreign Desk

    DEMOCRATIC socialist candidate Bernie Sanders confounded Establishment hopes of early victory at the weekend, winning comfortably in Nebraska and Kansas while front-runner Hillary Clinton took Louisiana.

    Opinion polls indicate that yesterday’s primary in Maine may also have gone the Sanders way, opening the way to the crucial state of Michigan tomorrow.

    The contenders went head-to-head in a televised debate last night in Flint, Michigan, a city which was once synonymous with the automotive industry before US car companies transferred their factories overseas.

    Mr Sanders talked about long working hours for US workers, the concentration of wealth in the hands of the few and the negative impact of free-trade deals.

    He frequently reminds audiences that his opponent has voted for free-trade deals that have deindustrialised US cities. He also criticises Ms Clinton for receiving millions dollars from Wall Street to deliver speeches, the content of which she has so far refused to release.

    The Vermont senator highlighted links between youth unemployment and high rates of imprisonment for African-American and Latino youth, declaring: “We are going to invest in jobs and education, not jails and incarceration.”

    After victory in Nebraska, he said: “We’ve got the momentum, the energy and the excitement that will take us all the way to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.”



  2. Last night, Secretary Clinton said she was ready for this primary to be over, and if you listen to some of our friends in the political establishment and corporate media, it sounds like they’re ready for the same.

    Well, let me remind you of how many times they’ve told us our path was too difficult: in Iowa, they said it when we were down almost 50 points. And again when we were down 44 in New Hampshire, 28 in Colorado, and double digits in Minnesota.

    Today begins the most important seven-day stretch of our campaign: tonight, Michigan votes. Next week, Illinois, Ohio, Florida, Missouri, and North Carolina follow suit.

    If we continue to stand together and fight, what we are going to do in this next week is what we’ve done throughout this entire campaign: we are going to share our message with the American people, and we are going to shock the establishment. That is why I have to ask you directly:

    Can I count on you to make a $3 contribution to our campaign before the polls close in Michigan tonight? It could be the difference in the coming elections.

    I want you to imagine a world eight years from now where nobody who works 40 hours a week lives in poverty, health care is a right for all Americans, kids of all backgrounds can go to college without crushing debt, there is no bank too big to fail, no banker too powerful to jail, and we’ve reclaimed our democracy from the billionaire class.

    That is what our campaign is about, and why it is so important we keep fighting. Because if we do, we are going to win. That is why your contribution before the polls close tonight is so important.

    Add your $3 contribution to our political revolution today and we will fight and win in the states ahead.

    Real change comes about when large numbers of ordinary Americans speak, vote and get involved in the democratic process. If we stand together, we win. If we are divided, the big-money interests win.

    In solidarity,

    Bernie Sanders


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