By Paul Russell
5/13/2003 6:47:43 PM
Fredwreck is a Palestinian-American and one of the hottest West-Coast producers in hip-hop today. His unique sound has been the backbone for groundbreaking music by Snoop Dogg, Redman, Nate Dogg, Eminem, Xzibit, Daz, Kurupt, Tha Eastsidaz, Knocturnal, and a host of other prominent hip-hop artists. Recently, Fredwreck’s focus and concern has been on the continuing war on Iraq and the oppression created by the U.S. government. He has taken the helm to create S.T.O.P. (Stop The Oppressive Politics), a movement to inform the American people as well as the world, the truth about this war. Fredwreck has produced, “Down With Us,” an amazing anti-war song featuring some of hip-hop’s most talented artists, voicing the concerns he has about the war on Iraq. The song can be heard at www.fredwreck.com. For those who are
willing to listen, Fredwreck sends this message:
"We the people of the United States of America have gathered together to express our views against the oppression of people across the Earth by the imperialistic policy makers of our government. They want all the nations of the world to bow down and abide by rules and laws they impose behind the curtain of the United Nations. However, when those laws go against the political agenda of the administration, they themselves break the law and feloniously fabricate propaganda to mislead the world and the American people that Iraq has “Weapons of Mass Destruction,” and will use them on America. Evidence to validate this fantasy still to this day does not exist, even after the CIA unsuccessfully tried to fabricate documents to prove so. Next we have the shameful attempt by Governor Bush and his gang to link the unfortunate events of September 11th and Osama Bin Laden to the leadership of the Iraqi Government. Proof or evidence of which also does not exist. Mr. Bush has been left with no other card in his deck to play, so he created his own, the deck of “Wanted Terrorists” within a charade of humanitarianism. The only way for him to gain any popular acceptance is to have a campaign of misleading propaganda to make us believe that he’s on a self-righteous mission to liberate the Iraqi people, and that this war is a war about freedom and democracy for the people of Iraq. This is yet another delusion of grandeur by our so-called fearless leader. He will not hoodwink or deceive us!
America’s oppressive foreign policy, which resorts to bribery, corruption, dirty dealings, and murder assassination, will continue to produce hatred, mistrust, and animosity. This dangerous environment that our policies have bred puts us at far greater risk of being blind sided and harmed by threats unknown. This threat multiplies with each aggression toward the nations of the world. Aggression sometimes concealed behind diplomacy, which can be more dangerous than war itself. This hostile behavior must stop. If we are going to start opening the books and passing judgment on world leaders lets not hesitate to start with members of our government. Let’s also call out the governments of some our so-called allies. Then we can all be playing eye-to-eye on an even field.
Until then, take a stand to S.T.O.P. the oppressive politics. Stop the killing of other nation’s children and bring our sons and daughters home."
Download the Song
• Down Wit Us