Louis Farrakhan

Louis Farrakhan - A White Man's Heaven Is a Black Man's Hell lyrics

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That before the white man gained entry to the East

He was living in the caves of Europe, a ravenous beast

Eating juniper roots and eating fish raw

Til God sent Moses to civilize him and teach him the law

Then following Marco Polo, an explorer

He gained entry into Asia and Africa

From China, he took silk and gunpowder

From India, he took juice, manganese, and rubber

He raped Africa of her diamonds and her gold

From the Mideast, he took barrels of oil untold

Raping, robbing, and murdering everything in his path

The whole black world has tasted of the white man's wrath

So my friend, it's not hard to tell

A white man's heaven is a black man's hell

[Verse 1]

Before we came to America

We were living in the East by the Nile River

We were living in luxury

Enjoying freedom, justice, and equality

We wore silken robes, slippers of gold

We were the wealthiest and the wisest people, I'm told

Now we are the poorest of the poor

Nobody wants us at their door

So my friend, it's easy to tell

White man's heaven is black man hell

[Verse 2]

When the white man came to America

He told the Indian, "I am your white brother"

He said, "Red man, I'll treat you the best"

Yet and still he pushed the Indian further west

With his white woman and firewater

Tricks and lies, he stole America

The original owner of this nation

Is cooped up on a reservation

So my friend, it's easy to tell

White man's heaven is black man hell

[Verse 3]

He needed someone to work the land

His back was too weak -- he needed you, black man

So he commissioned Sir John Hawkins

To commit the worst, most grievous sin

To take a man who's born to be free

And bring him down slavery

Sell a man as merchandise

On his body, put a price

Oh my friend, it's easy to tell

White man heaven is a black man hell

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