"Exhibit E" as written by and Lawrence Krsone Parker....
[KRS One]

Lincoln said in this piece here he says... he frees the slaves; he

said "All slaves in armed rebellion." The slaves. Now understand one

point: the African is not a slave that's one point that they didn't

realize when they were writin this. The African is not a slave. The

African has a history far more advanced than this nineteen ninety

history we're in right now. He's not a slave. Lincoln's ultimately

sayin now you were born a slave, you'll always be a slave, and all I

will ever see you as is a slave, and I free you.


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