Saturday, August 16, 2008

Here Comes The Mob

The gang mentality
Here come the thugs
To rob you of being free

And the punks will argue
Against you every time
You're always supposed to
Be in a tolerant state of mind

Here come the shadows
The slime the crime and the hate
And you're the one who's the target
And you're not allowed any debate

There are those who are enablers
Who try to pose amongst the good
Who will flat out side with evil
And tell you you're the one who misunderstood

They will imply you're stupid
Or can't keep up the conversational line
And don't you throw words back
Or you'll be accused of a crime

Here comes the mob

Coddled criminals swinging
The Sleaze bags and the scum
They are merciless and evil
There's no excuse for what they've done

And there are more of them out there
And then there are those that stand back
And come in as the second wave
To make you hesitate if you're attacked

They want to put doubt in your mind
They want to petty detail it out
They want their stupid conversation
To be what it's all about


There's real danger on the streets
There's real blood that can be spilled
And if you wait till it's too late
It is they who will impose their will

Choose your witnesses carefully
Prepare yourself for the fight
Prepare yourself body and mind
To stand and do what's right

9:15 am
transcribed this time
6:10 pm
written in reference to the two
Marines who stood up for a young girl
being accousted and payed the price
that is sometimes exacted for attending to such bravery.

The headline isn't telling you they were black, but I am.


August 11, 2008
A wolf pack of at least 30 thugs viciously attacked two hero ex-Marines in Brooklyn after they rescued a teenage girl who was being assaulted, police and witnesses said yesterday.
And when the brother of one of the former servicemen tried to come to his rescue during the July 25 melee in Coney Island, he was beaten into a coma.
The former leathernecks, Valentyn Olenyev, 23, and Boris Bukler, 22, Russian émigrés who served tours in Iraq, were walking a female friend to her parked car on West 23rd Street at 12:30 a.m. when they spotted two men holding the screaming teen by her hands and legs.

"She was yelling, 'Help!' " said Olenyev. "I asked her, 'Do you need help?' She said, 'Yes!"
"It wasn't our intention to get into a fight," said Bukler. "We said, 'Let the girl go, and we'll leave.'

We told them, 'Stop.'"She was screaming, and all we did was look to help her. I got a bottle smashed over my head, and after that, I started fighting. But I got beat down."I was getting my ass kicked by 50 people."Their friend called Olenyev's brother, Ivan, 22."When I showed up, there were a lot of people there, people on the left and people on the right, and then - 'Boom!' - I got hit and passed out,"

Ivan told The Post from his hospital bed.Police sources said he was pounded senseless by 240-pound Timothy Dixon, 23, who was swinging a metal baseball bat.Ivan suffered multiple facial fractures and will require plastic surgery.The NYPD is looking for Dixon, who remains at large.The teenage girl fled after the melee.

The two former Marines, meanwhile, insist that the violence had racial overtones, although the assault has not been labeled a bias crime. Bukler said, "Those in the crowd were yelling, 'Hey, white boys, you're in the 'hood now!'

From an article in the New York Post


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