Wednesday, October 7, 2009


October 7th, 2009
You call me a pirate

Yet you steal my food

And poison my waters

I cannot feed my family

Yet you call me a terrorist

That my people are lawless

and savage

You dump your waste in my waters

And kill my people

Yet you call me a pirate

You kill those who steal and it is called justice

We defend our waters and it is called piracy

Hundreds are sick because of your dumping

And it is we who are the pirates

What is justice?

If this is justice, then we want no part of it

For we are just pirates, after all


*Written from the perspective of a 'pirate'*

"We don't consider ourselves sea bandits. We consider sea bandits (to be) those who illegally fish and dump in our seas." Sugule Ali, a pirate leader


Hijabis On Ranting Tour. said...

Speaking about Somalia innit? :) Masha'Allah great poem thingy :):):)


LondonMuslimah said...

A truth behind these words.
May Allah bless you

LondonMuslimah said...
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LondonMuslimah said...

Sorry, I deleted the comment above because, i double clicked and repeated the message. Again sorry about that!

Hijabis On Ranting Tour. said...

AWWWWWWWWWWW wallah so true flamin retarded species take over peoples waters and strange ships roam people seas and we are the pirates
well the pirates rock
nice poem
love ya
ur somali sista

ModestJustice said...

Thank you all, I was just infuriated at the media cover up of the truth :\

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