March 29, 2006

"I pledge allegience to my black people"

One of the nation's fastest-rising poetry prodigies is a 7-year-old New York girl whose poisonous demagogic advocacy of black separatism makes Al Sharpton look like Mister Rogers.

Autum Ashante' of Mount Vernon, N.Y., has performed at HBO's Def Poetry Jam, The Cotton Club in L.A., The Apollo Theater in Harlem, the African Street Festival, Caroline's on Broadway, the Russell Simmons Phat Farm Fashion Show, Steve Harvey's "Big Time," a prestigious Grammy Foundation event, and at universities and other venues across the country.

An excerpt from Little Miss Racist:
    White nationalism is what put you in bondage
    Pirate and vampires like Columbus, Morgan, and Darwin
    Drank the blood of the sheep, trampled all over them with Steel, tricks and deceit.

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