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ROLE REVERSAL: DYLAN PANHANDLES FROM
BLACKS WHO HE CLAIMS ARE STEALING HIS
MONE...
A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST
LISTENER’S GUIDE TO BOB DYLAN’S TEMPEST
By A. J. WEBERMAN,
DYLANOLOGIST
Copyrig...
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INTRODUCTION
BOB DYLAN, RACISM AND THE TEMPEST IN A
TEA PARTY
a Boston tea part...
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thoughts are hidden in subtext can go further:
President Obama is a covert Musl...
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song like “White” and “banned” you get a different
message.
How many roads must...
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Dig it: unless “man” had two meanings the first
two lines of Blowin’ in the Win...
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in the Old South, the answer is in White vigilantism,
lynch ‘em and let ‘em blo...
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about diamonds” I was thinking about DeBeers
diamonds, Dylan’s symbol for South...
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Give me some milk
Or else go home
Because something is happening here
But you d...
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welfare I don’t want to earn it; Dylan’s Tarantula, “you
can keep my cow as i n...
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He really wasn't where it's at
After he took from you everything he could steal...
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This verse is reminiscent of a poem by Rudyard
Kipling entitled The White Man’s...
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Germans now too have God on their side” however,
at an unknown point in time, D...
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In his book Tarantula 1965 he wrote,
down with you sam. down with your
answers ...
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Hitler in World War II without the Treaty of
Versailles.
Also from Tarantula “w...
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Auschwitz was one of the Nazi death
camps in Europe and Adolf Eichmann,
the chi...
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was a big deal.” Dylan implied that his trial was blown
out of proportion; Tara...
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led to the formation of the Israeli state” it was only a
show trial to justify ...
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The “movie star” David Duke paid a plastic surgeon
to make him look like was Co...
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He also wrote License to Kill.
Now he worships at an altar of a stagnant pool
A...
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Rabbi who is an obstruction and a hindrance to the
Nazis “She just sit there as...
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“Handy dandy he got a stick in his hand” Israel
has a weapon backing up its sov...
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Jewish community to drink in a lot of information
about Israel “They said it wa...
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Put on your camp clothes, mama,
Put on your evening dress
Few more years of har...
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population, a few more years of emulating the Nazis
whose slogan was “Freedom T...
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“Well, a childish dream” well, let me explain, listen up,
the unrealistic ideal...
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idol David Duke and the Hitler of Iran Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad in this belief.
Holo...
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memory of those who perished. They’ve taken
everything from these Jews and now ...
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BF: Well, the social and economic conditions of the
Weimar Republic were so dif...
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was false. This takes the interviewer by surprise
“Never had an understanding o...
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You could see that the man’s a total mutt.
No Aryan characteristics whatsoever....
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In his latest Rolling Stone interview evidence
suggested that when Dylan claime...
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Lee and Judas Priest? For these and other reasons
such as references to “the mo...
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Situations have ended sad
Relationships have all been bad.
Mine've been like Ve...
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Rimbaud fans to Rimbaud’s crib for Rimbaud’s 30th
Birthday Party, etc. “Yer gon...
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some ways I’ve given them life. They’d be
nowhere without me.
Bob Dylan has giv...
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PAY IN BLOOD
Well I'm grinding my life out steady and sure
Nothing more wretche...
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Well I'm grinding “grind” as Informal performing
a laborious task or routine: t...
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as captivity bondage: threw off the chains of slavery
and you will never escape...
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Night after night, day after day that is
continuously, unrelentingly, monotonou...
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like a Minstrel Show character which is really what
you are Obama!
I've got dog...
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In the latest Rolling Stone interview Dylan said
slavery screwed up America and...
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out in front of a firing squad you might think the
following is treasonous I've...
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In Subterranean Homesick Blues Dylan wrote,
Look out kid
They keep it all hid
B...
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“Look out kid / They keep it all hid” hey naive
White boy, hey son, be on your ...
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have been taken away from the Southern racists, like
restaurant owner Lester Ma...
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used food stamps compared to about 33.5 million in
2009 and 40.3 million in 201...
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Many Blacks and Hispanics would have voted
Democratic even if there was no Food...
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So whadya know? Dylan is a
Birther and believes that Obama
was not native born ...
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Another possibility here is that this line refers to
a theory put forth by Joel...
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president is the love child of an illicit
relationship between his mother, Stan...
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Hudson Institute or the Zionist Organization of
America would get behind this o...
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How I made it back home nobody knows
Or how I survived so many blows
I been thr...
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turned backward in position, direction, or order.
“Pervert” from Old French per...
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here I'll break your lousy head this is a reference to
torturing terrorist susp...
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mean, what do you want me to say? He
loves music. He’s personable. He dresses
g...
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SOON AFTER MIDNIGHT
I'm searching for phrases
To sing your praises
I need to te...
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extreme darkness in America and my day – a period
of opportunity or prominence:...
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My heart is cheerful
It's never fearful
I've been down on the killing floors
I'...
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are political whores who will go against conventional
morality in order to get ...
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Even a homosexual like Michelangelo would
have felt sorry for this kid named “c...
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God only knows what kind of kinky sex Dylan
engaged in or how many times he eng...
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Garment and others believe in all that
crap. But I don't believe in it. Work,
w...
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SCARLET TOWN
In Scarlet Town, where I was born
There's ivy leaf and silver thor...
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The music starts and the people sway
Everybody says, "Are you going my way?"
Un...
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and deferential to his master still workin' for Uncle Bill
still doing research...
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grieve: wept for him because it is really me I am
referring to, me Bob Dylan th...
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Help comes, but it comes too late now HIV AIDS is a
manageable disease but back...
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documents with blanks for the insertion of details or
information: prescription...
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pre-disposition Up on the hill, a chilly wind blows from
the graveyard where Ab...
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The black and the white, the yellow and the brown
It's all right there in front...
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and March 1985. The recording was released on
June 8, 1985. So assuming Dylan w...
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So there you have it, Dylan writing about his
affliction from the first person....
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between the lines of Chronicles that knowing he was
HIV positive, he had unprot...
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Through your body and your mind.
Nothing about it that's sweet
The disease of c...
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Comes right out of nowhere
And you're down for the count
From the outside world...
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the T-cell count goes down from a normal count of
500-1500 cells in a cubic mil...
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There's a whole lot of hearts breaking tonight
From the disease of conceit
Whol...
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incontinent “Ain’t nothing too discreet” sarcastic;
there is nothing one would ...
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the one Bob Dylan underwent in Long Branch, New
Jersey, where he was detained b...
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THE EARLY ROMAN KINGS
The story here is that Bob Dylan is
racist pig scum bag. ...
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the Whiteman Bow ties neckwear like Black
supremacist Farrakhan and The Fruits ...
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the reason some black people’s asses stick out is
because there was once a tail...
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"I've Been to the Mountaintop" is the popular name of
the last speech delivered...
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Friday and he thinks his future holds nothing but a
menial position “Friday” as...
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others. I’m only like another person who’s
been transfigured. How many people l...
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do and write the songs I sing and just
keep on moving.
“So when you ask some of...
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to vote for Republicans who don’t believe in
integration? “While his genocide f...
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political party? “Use your arms” use your power,
White Power, also use an admin...
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  1. 1. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST - 2 -
  2. 2. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST ROLE REVERSAL: DYLAN PANHANDLES FROM BLACKS WHO HE CLAIMS ARE STEALING HIS MONEY WITH FOOD STAMPS, WELFARE ETC. - 3 -
  3. 3. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST LISTENER’S GUIDE TO BOB DYLAN’S TEMPEST By A. J. WEBERMAN, DYLANOLOGIST Copyright © 2014 YIPPIE MUSEUM PRESS 318 3RD AVENUE SUITE 520 NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10010 All rights reserved. ISBN-13: 978-1480102194 ISBN-10: 1480102199 - 4 -
  4. 4. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST INTRODUCTION BOB DYLAN, RACISM AND THE TEMPEST IN A TEA PARTY a Boston tea party don't mean the same thing . . . as it did in the newborn years before. even the meanin' of the word has changed. ha (Bob Dylan Eleven Outlined Epitaphs 1964) In A Listener’s Guide to Tempest it will be demonstrated that some of Bob Dylan’s views in this CD mirror those of the Tea Party. But Dylan, whose - 5 -
  5. 5. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST thoughts are hidden in subtext can go further: President Obama is a covert Muslim who should be stoned to death; a crypto-socialist because of the progressive tax structure he wishes to create; he argues that Obamacare is a means of keeping the poor alive at the expense of the rich. In Soon After Midnight we learn that he opposes gay marriage and that he hates Bill Clinton for having an affair with Monica Lewinsky. In Early Roman Kings he made reference to George Zimmerman killing Trayvon Martin and accused Trayvon of casing homes in Sanford, Florida. There are however, some major differences between Dylan and the Tea Party. In Early Roman Kings Dylan states his belief that African-Americans have a genetic pre-disposition to violence and will turn America into Detroit. The vast majority of the Tea Party is not racist, according the Southern Poverty Law Center. Dylan’s hatred of Blacks is nothing new in his career and he embedded racist messages in his song poems beginning in 1962. This may be incompressible to many but it is true none-the-less. One reason for that no one will believe this is because Dylan wrote Blowin in the Wind, the anthem of the Civil Rights Movement. But we will discover that if you pick up on certain dog whistle words in the - 6 -
  6. 6. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST song like “White” and “banned” you get a different message. How many roads must a man walk down Before you call him a man? Yes, 'n' how many seas must a white dove sail Before she sleeps in the sand? Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannon balls fly Before they're forever banned? The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind The answer is blowin' in the wind. “How many roads” how many courses or paths in life “must a man” must someone who looks like a human being “walk down” live down such as the creation of slums, generations of single welfare mothers, dangerous public schools, engaging in rape, murder, theft, corruption “Before you call him a man?” before the Whites realize that the “nigger”1 is part of a “genetically challenged” race and can never amount to anything more than a male servant, a subordinate, “man” as in ‘Man Friday’ which is in reality more like a “boy.” Black were always portrayed as servants in Hollywood movies. 1. Dylan is a racist and racist poetry often contains the concept of the “nigger.” For me to use the word “African-American” rather than “nigger” when translating his racialist poetry is politically correct bullshit. Racists don’t say “I say old boys shall we lynch that African-American?” they say “Let’s go hang that fuckin’ nigger!” You constantly hear the word nigger out on the street. These are the terms I believe this racist is thinking in. - 7 -
  7. 7. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Dig it: unless “man” had two meanings the first two lines of Blowin’ in the Wind are redundant because he is already a man, so why not call him that to begin with? “Yes, 'n' how many seas must a white dove sail” yes and how long will it take before White supremacist apartheid (who ever heard of a black dove?) that brought racial peace and stability to South Africa, sails effortlessly across the ocean to America. “Before she sleeps in the sand?” and becomes a part of America history? “Sand” as in the sands of time “Yes, 'n' how many times must the cannonballs fly” yes and how many times must the loose cannon “niggers” become suddenly enraged, commit gun crimes ‘fly off the handle’ “Before they're forever banned?” before they are treated in the same way as South Africa treated its Black majority? Under the former system of apartheid, “banned” meant to deprive a person suspected of illegal activity of the right of free movement and association with others “The answer” the final solution to the ‘Negro question’ in America “my friend” one who supports, sympathizes with, or patronizes a group, cause, or movement: friends of the civil rights movement “is blowin'” is spreading “in the wind” in something that destroys “wind” as in ‘the winds of war.’ On another level the answer is to treat “niggers” just as they did - 8 -
  8. 8. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST in the Old South, the answer is in White vigilantism, lynch ‘em and let ‘em blow (cause to move by means of a current of air) in the wind because that is the only language these vicious animals understand! Also “roads” as John Cecil Rhodes a mining magnate and politician in South Africa and a violent and brutal racist who used forced labor tactics as a means of founding De Beers Diamonds. Dylan would adopt “diamond” as his symbol for apartheid and South Africa. Isis: I was thinkin' about turquoise, I was thinkin' about gold I was thinkin' about diamonds And the world's biggest necklace “I was thinkin' about turquoise” I was thinking about a gemstone that is produced in South Africa “I was thinkin' about gold” I was thinking about South Africa, the largest producer of gold “I was thinkin' - 9 -
  9. 9. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST about diamonds” I was thinking about DeBeers diamonds, Dylan’s symbol for South Africa and apartheid “and the world's biggest necklace” and the South African “niggers” who put burning tires around the necks of informants who ratted out the African National Congress for money. Blowin in the Wind is actually a variation of Billie Holliday’s song Strange Fruit, which is about lynching: Southern trees bear a strange fruit Blood on the leaves and blood at the root Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees Dylan sure put one over on all you assholes who hate me and bar me out there, because this song became the anthem of the civil rights movement. He made monkeys out of you all you dumb shits! In Ballad of a Thin Man we learn about Dylan’s true thoughts regarding the Civil Rights Movement: Now you see this one-eyed midget Shouting the word ‘now’! And you say, for what reason? And he says, how? And you say, what does this mean? And he screams back, you're a cow - 10 -
  10. 10. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Give me some milk Or else go home Because something is happening here But you don't know what it is Do you, Mister Jones “Now you see this one-eyed” now the reporter sees a single minded “midget” a man belonging to a class much smaller than what is considered standard, a minority group, who is a monster, a bogeyman, a bogey “Shouting the word ‘NOW’" demanding Freedom Now! This was the slogan of the Civil Rights Movement “And you say, ‘For what reason?’” and you, the reporter, are sympathetic to him and ask for his rationale “And he says, ‘How?’” but the African-American has copped an attitude and is not interested in providing an explanation, he just wants what he believes he has coming to him “And you say, ‘What does this mean?’" and the reporter says to himself wait one cotton pickin’ minute, this ain’t the story book civil rights Negro, this is an extortionist “And he screams back, ‘You're a cow’” and he reiterates his demand and he protests that you are a cash cow you White Devil “Give me some milk” give me some free money, - 11 -
  11. 11. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST welfare I don’t want to earn it; Dylan’s Tarantula, “you can keep my cow as i now am on the road to freedom” “Or else go home” or else go back to your home office and file an unfavorable story about Blacks – fat chance “Because something is happening here / But you don't know what it is / Do you, Mister Jones?” because the Blacks are putting one over on you and your support of the Civil Rights Movement is misguided and unwarranted. Check out this translation of one verse of his most famous rock and roll single Like a Rolling Stone: You used to ride on the chrome horse with your diplomat Who carried on his shoulder a Siamese cat Ain't it hard when you discovered that - 12 -
  12. 12. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST He really wasn't where it's at After he took from you everything he could steal “You used to ride on” you once were moved by way of an intangible force or impetus: The President rode into office on a tide of discontent “the chrome horse” and you voted for American political candidates “horse” as in dark horse candidate who supported regimes that practiced apartheid such as the Republic of South Africa (South Africa is the world’s biggest producer of chrome) “with your diplomat” so the State Department maintained diplomatic relations with South Africa because the South Africans “carried on his shoulder” shouldered a burden, as in the White Man’s Burden of having to uplift inferior races and cultures such as “a Siamese” a closely connected or very similar; twin “cat” slang for a Black man, the South Africans also had to deal with the burden of living with “niggers.” “Ain't it hard when you discovered that” ain’t it hard for Whites to really believe “He really wasn't where it's at” that apartheid was an evil system and was worthy of economic and political sanctions “After he took from you everything he could steal” after you learned that apartheid was “stolen” from Jim Crow, a practice that originated with Whites in America. “Steal” to use, appropriate, or preempt the use of another's idea. In other words, apartheid is as American as apple pie. - 13 -
  13. 13. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST This verse is reminiscent of a poem by Rudyard Kipling entitled The White Man’s Burden is which he justifies and encourages American imperialism in the Philippines. Now you tell me racism isn’t embedded in these verses? I will tell you that you are either a stupid person who never interpreted poetry before or a Dylan lovin’ liar. I could translate these poems in their entirety and show a consistent embedded racist theme but this book is about Tempest. If you missed this covert meaning you are not alone. I started Dylanology believing there was a Left Wing message embedded in Dylan’s lyrics and that he was a profound thinker – not just some simple minded Jewish wanna be cracker – barrel philosopher who even calls himself “Cracker Boy” in his book Tarantula. Now this is even more unbelievable. Not only does Dylan hate Blacks, he also likes Nazis and the KKK and believes the Holocaust was exaggerated to justify the existence of the State of Israel. Dylan was not always a Jewish traitor and historical revisionist. In Talkin John Birch Society Blues 1962 he wrote, “Now we all agree with Hitler’s' views / Although he killed six million Jews.” In With God On Our Side 1962 he wrote “though they murdered six million in the ovens they fried / The - 14 -
  14. 14. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Germans now too have God on their side” however, at an unknown point in time, Dylan began omitting this verse from the song. Eleven Outlined Epitaphs 1964, “I talked with one of the sons of Germany” I spoke with a Nazi who was really nothing more than a patriotic German. The word “son” can be looked at in two ways. It can mean a young man or a patriot, as in “sons of the American Revolution “while walkin’ once on foreign ground” while visiting East Germany “an’ I learned that he regards Adolf Hitler as we here in the states regard Robert E. Lee” I and learned that he regards Hitler as a misguided patriot. In Some Other Kinds of Songs 1964 Dylan ridiculed Israelis for not forgiving the Nazis and expressed sympathy for the mass murderer Eichmann and the high-ranking Nazi and Hitler henchman Rudolph Hess who was the only prisoner at Spandau Prison after being convicted of War Crimes at Nuremberg. Dylan calls him a “hermit.” irma goes t’ Israel an’ writes me that there, they hate nazis much more ‘n we over here do. eichmann dies yes, an’ west germany sends eighty-year-old pruned-out gestapo hermit off t’ the penitentiary. - 15 -
  15. 15. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST In his book Tarantula 1965 he wrote, down with you sam. down with your answers too. Hitler did not change history. Hitler WAS history Down with America, Uncle Sam, and your reasons for fighting in World War II. What Zimmerman is saying here is that Hitler was not a leader who was a charismatic demagogue who imposed his genocidal and militaristic ideas on Germany, but Hitler came to power because of history – that is the Treaty of Versailles imposed unfair harsh penalties on Germany and the German people. Never a bad word about Hitler of Nazism from Herr Zimmermann. In Promoting Democracy--An Obsession Whose Time Has Passed crypto-Nazi Ron Paul stated: Promoting democracy is now our nation’s highest ideal. Wilson started it with his ill- advised drive to foolishly involve us in World War I. His utopian dream was to make the world safe for democracy. Instead, his naiveté and arrogance promoted our involvement in the back-to- back tragedies of World War I and World War II. It’s hard to imagine the rise of - 16 -
  16. 16. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Hitler in World War II without the Treaty of Versailles. Also from Tarantula “we must be willing to die for freedom (end of fact) now what I wanna know about the fact is this: could Hitler have said it?” “Freedom” represents the free world - the countries of the world that have democratic and capitalistic or moderately socialistic systems rather than communist or totalitarian systems. In other words Hitler was not such a bad guy because he opposed Communism. Only good words about Hitler and Nazis from Bob Dylan! In his autobiography entitled Chronicles 2004 Dylan called Hitler a towering figure and put him on the same level with Churchill and FDR, Hitler, Churchill, Mussolini, Stalin, Roosevelt—towering figures that the world would never see the likes of again, men who relied on their own resolve, for better or worse, every one of them prepared to act alone, indifferent to approval-indifferent to wealth or love, all presiding over the destiny of mankind and reducing the world to rubble. In Chronicles 2004 Robert Allen Zimmerman continued to express sympathy for Adolf Eichmann, who would have put him in an oven: - 17 -
  17. 17. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Auschwitz was one of the Nazi death camps in Europe and Adolf Eichmann, the chief Nazi Gestapo organizer who’d managed them, had been put on trial recently in Jerusalem. He’d escaped after the war and was captured by the Israelis at a bus stop in Argentina. His trial was a big deal. “Gestapo organizer?” Zimmerman makes Eichmann into a death camp victim “Organize” death camp jargon for stealing or scrounging clothing, food etc. that frequently made the difference between life and death “manage [the death camps].” “Manage” as in succeed in accomplishing or achieving, especially with difficulty. SS Commander Reinhard Heydrich disclosed to Eichmann in autumn 1941 that all the Jews in German-controlled Europe were to be murdered. In 1942, Heydrich ordered Eichmann to attend the Wannsee Conference where Germany's anti- Semitic measures were set down into an official policy of genocide. Eichmann was given the position of Transportation Administrator of the "Final Solution to the Jewish Question", which put him in charge of all the trains that would carry Jews to the death camps in the territory of occupied Poland. Eichmann was never in charge of the death camps. “His trial - 18 -
  18. 18. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST was a big deal.” Dylan implied that his trial was blown out of proportion; Tarantula, “so i shoot dope once in a while. big deal.” On the witness stand Eichmann declared he was merely following orders, but his prosecutors had no problem proving that he had carried out his mission with monstrous zeal and relish. The Nuremburg prosecutors failed to prove that Eichmann was not just following orders and all they could prove was that he just got overly enthusiastic in doing so “Eichmann had been convicted and his fate was now being decided. There was a lot of talk about sparing his life, even sending him back to Argentina, but that would have been foolish” no one talked about freeing him and sending him back to Argentina except other Nazis and Bob Dylan “Even if he was set free he probably wouldn’t last an hour” setting him free was the wrong thing to do not because it was immoral, but because it would be impractical. Chronicles continued, “The State of Israel claimed the right to act as heir and executor of all who perished in the final solution” they claimed the right to do this to receive reparations from Germany as all these money grubbing Jews were interested in was gelt “The trial reminds the whole world of what - 19 -
  19. 19. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST led to the formation of the Israeli state” it was only a show trial to justify the existence of the “Zionist entity.” What a sick motherfucker. So it should come as no surprise that in Tempest’s Narrow Way we discover Bob Dylan is an Israel-hating, anti-Zionist Jew. The Tea Party is pro-Israel and they are not Holocaust deniers and Hitler admirers as is Robert Allen Zimmerman. Not only did Dylan admire Nazis, he also admired the Klan and Robert Allen Zimmerman, ex-bar mitzvah boy, wrote this in Chronicles 2004: The ex-Klansman David Duke from Metairie in Jefferson Parish had been elected to the Louisiana State House of Representatives and he was being interviewed. He said that welfare wasn't working and that workfare would be better; make people on welfare work for the community instead of getting a free ride. He also wanted to put prisoners from state pens on work programs. Didn't want them getting a free ride, either. I hadn't seen Duke before; he looked like a movie star. Dylan liked David Duke’s ideas. Factor this into the equation when you decide if Dylan is a racist or not? “Work programs?” The Klansman David Duke wanted to bring back chain gangs, a form of torture!! - 20 -
  20. 20. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST The “movie star” David Duke paid a plastic surgeon to make him look like was Colonel Ben Cameron, the head Klansman from Birth of a Nation: When I knew Dylan he was a Zionist and he was supporter of the State of Israel and the Jewish Defense League. In retrospect he was a good guy with a substance abuse problem. I was a Leftist anti- Israel self-hating Jew at this time intent on digging my own grave, however, I had never supported Nazis. I must admit that Dylan has had periods of sanity. After he became disillusioned with Christianity he wrote Neighborhood Bully a fairly literal song about Israel and the Jews: The neighborhood bully been driven out of every land He's wandered the earth an exiled man. Seen his family scattered, his people hounded and torn He's always on trial for just being born. He's the neighborhood bully. - 21 -
  21. 21. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST He also wrote License to Kill. Now he worships at an altar of a stagnant pool And when he sees his reflection, he's fulfilled. Oh, man is opposed to fair play He wants it all and he wants it his way. Now, there's a woman on my block She just sit there as the night grows still. She say who gonna take away his license to kill? “Now he worships at an altar of” now the Nazi honors and loves as a deity “a stagnant pool” a gene pool showing little or no sign of activity or advancement; not developing or progressing since it is very narrow “pool,” an available supply, the use of which is shared by a group “And when he sees his reflection” and when he sees the manifestation or result of inbreeding, someone with the same racial characteristics as himself, more like a “pure breed” dog than a human being, “he's fulfilled” he has achieved all the potential he is ever going to achieve because he has made himself genetically inferior and subject to congenital disease “Oh, man is opposed to fair play” oh, the Nazis are opposed to an honorable standard of behavior when it comes to the distribution of wealth “He wants it all and he wants it his way” the Nazis want all the wealth by stealing it from others “Now, there's a woman on my block” now there’s a - 22 -
  22. 22. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Rabbi who is an obstruction and a hindrance to the Nazis “She just sit there as the night grows still” she waits there as evil Jew hatred again increases as it once did and always has and always will “She say who gonna take away his license to kill?” who is going to off these Nazi pigs? By 1990 Bob Dylan had reverted back to his anti-Israel thinking of the mid-1960’s. Why? Ha’shem had smote Robert Zimmerman with HIV/AIDS. He recalls this in Scarlet Town and The Tempest, on this his latest CD. Having an incurable disease made him hate the world and since he is part of the world, hate himself. The Palestinian uprising where children armed only with rocks (that could not have possibly injured anyone) faced Israeli soldiers using rubber bullets gave Dylan an opening to express the contempt he had previously expressed for his own race. After the Intifada Dylan began his attack on Israel in his LP Under the Red Sky in which he used very simple, almost childlike language as in Handy Dandy 1990: Handy dandy, he got a stick in his hand And a pocket full of money He says, Darling, tell me the truth, how much time I got? She says, “You got all the time in the world, honey.” - 23 -
  23. 23. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST “Handy dandy he got a stick in his hand” Israel has a weapon backing up its sovereignty and as a result can negotiate from a strong hand “and a pocket” bank account “full of money” full money from wealthy American Jews “He says, ‘Darling, tell me the truth, how much time I got?’” Israel asks the United States how much time does it have to solve the Palestinian question “She says, ‘You got all the time in the world, honey’” and the United States responds, take your time baby, it’s only been 42 years that the Palestinians have been in refugee camps, honey, as in a land flowing with milk and honey, Israel. There is a similar theme in Unbelievable 1990: It's undeniable what they'd have you to think It's indescribable it can drive you to drink. They said it was the land of milk and honey now they say it's the land of money. Who ever thought they could ever make that stick. It's unbelievable you can get this rich this quick. “It's undeniable” it’s impossible to deny “what they'd have you to think” what the Israelis would have American Jews believing about the Palestinian uprising “It's indescribable” it’s exceeding description “it can drive you to drink” it can force the American - 24 -
  24. 24. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Jewish community to drink in a lot of information about Israel “They said it was the land of milk and honey” the Zionists said Israel was a land flowing with milk and honey as it says in the Bible “now they say it's the land of money” now it is a greedy militaristic country “Who ever thought they could ever make that stick?” who ever thought that the Jews, who in the past had never produced their own weapons, could do so now? “It's unbelievable you can get this rich this quick” it is beyond comprehension that you could become wealthy by selling these arms on the world market to every tin- horned dictator in Central America. It was a natural progression for Dylan to begin comparing Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians to the Nazis treatment of the Jews in The Levee’s Gonna Break: Some people on the road carrying everything they own Some people got barely enough skin to cover their bones “Some people on the road carrying everything they own” the Palestinians were forced out of Israel in 1948 and had to leave behind whatever they couldn’t carry with them “Some people got barely enough skin to cover their bones” and this act was perpetrated by victims of Nazi death camps. - 25 -
  25. 25. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Put on your camp clothes, mama, Put on your evening dress Few more years of hard work, Then there’ll be a 1,000 years of happiness “Put on your camp clothes” put on your death camp Nazi SS uniforms rather than your striped death camp prisoners uniforms, “mama, put on your evening dress” put on the clothes that signify your moral decline “Few more years of hard work” a few more years of repression of the indigenous - 26 -
  26. 26. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST population, a few more years of emulating the Nazis whose slogan was “Freedom Through Work” originally in German: Arbeit macht frei. This motto above the main gate greeted all who entered the Auschwitz “then there’ll be a 1,000 years of happiness” then Israel will enjoy the “Thousand Year Reich” a thousand years of Nazi rule that Hitler never lived to see. Some Holocaust deniers start out being anti- Zionist but it is not a big jump from hating Israel to denying the major factor in its existence. In the case of Robert Allen Zimmerman, Jew boy from rural Minnesota (an area with a high German-American population and few minorities) he had already adopted a pro-Nazi attitude in his youth, thanks partially to his worship of a neo-Confederate named Raymond Gooch, who gave him a place to crash when he first came to New York City. Dylan crossed the line into evil in Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum, which is about the Labor and Likud Parties in Israel, when denied the extent of the Holocaust: Well a childish dream is a deathless need And a noble truth is a sacred creed My pretty baby, she's lookin' around She's wearin' a multi-thousand dollar gown - 27 -
  27. 27. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST “Well, a childish dream” well, let me explain, listen up, the unrealistic idealistic dream of the State of Israel existing in the hostile environment of the Middle East “is a deathless need” is the desperate need of a people who do not wish to be again subject to Nazi genocide “And a noble truth” and the grand and stately truth that the Jews must not be subject to another Holocaust because they are stateless “is a sacred creed” is an unquestionable formal statement of religious and secular Zionist belief “My pretty” but my considerable in size “baby” truth, love, intellect “she's lookin' around” hunting, inquiring, investigating and she is questioning if the number of people killed in the Holocaust was exaggerated in order to justify the establishment and existence of the State of Israel, “She's wearin'” bearing, carrying, and maintaining “a multi- thousand dollar” a belief that hundreds of thousands of Jews, rather millions, were murdered “gown” and this belief is based on the findings of academics; “gown” a distinctive outer robe worn by those pretending to be scholars such as the Nazis at the Institute for Historical Review, a front group dedicated to Holocaust denial. Dylan joined his - 28 -
  28. 28. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST idol David Duke and the Hitler of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in this belief. Holocaust deniers are crypto-Nazis, they are not revisionist historians. First of all they all know the Holocaust took place but deny it in order to further Nazism. Most people were disgusted by Nazism due to its insane genocidal nature so the Nazis want to convince people that this pathology did not exist so people will be attracted to Nazism once again. They are well aware that unlike themselves, not too many people are into gassing babies. Holocaust deniers also want to deny the last Holocaust so when they perpetrate a new one they can deny that one too. Another motivation of the Nazi Holocaust denier is to de-legitimatize the necessity for the existence of Israel, because the Holocaust was what convinced the world to give the Jews their own State. The Nazi despises Israel because the existence of Israel makes it much harder for the Nazi insect to kill Jews since, unlike the Jews in Nazi Germany, Jews in Israel are not unarmed. Nazism is about - among other things - the killing of Jews; it is a criminal conspiracy to commit mass murder. Finally these Holocaust denial vermin want to desecrate the - 29 -
  29. 29. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST memory of those who perished. They’ve taken everything from these Jews and now they want to take their deaths from them and make them into non- persons. In an interview with Bill Flannigan in April 2009 Dylan was asked about Hitler: BF: Do you think actors have to be sincere? BD: Not at all. Mae West wasn’t. She was just who she was on the screen. Just like Jimmy Stewart and Burt Lancaster. Yeah, Lon Chaney, too. BF: Could that mean that Alec Guinness is Hitler? BD: Well sure, a part of him is. But of course he’s not Hitler. And neither is anybody else. Hitler was Hitler. BF: Do you remember images of Hitler from growing up? BD: No, not growing up. He was dead by the time I was four or five. I never had a real understanding of that. BF: Never had an understanding of what? BD: How you take a failed landscape painter and turn him into a fanatical mad man who controls millions. That’s some trick. I mean the powers that created him must have been awesome. - 30 -
  30. 30. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST BF: Well, the social and economic conditions of the Weimar Republic were so different than now. BD: Yeah sure, looking back in hindsight, you can see that someone would have to take control. But still, it’s so perplexing. Like why him? You could see that the man’s a total mutt. No Aryan characteristics whatsoever. You couldn’t guess his ancestry. Brown hair, brown eyes, pasty complexion, no particular type of stature, Hitler mustache, raincoat, riding whip, the whole works. He knew something. He knew that people didn’t think. Look at the faces of the millions who worshipped him and you see that he inspired love. It’s scary and sad. The torch of the spoken word. They were glad to follow him anywhere, loyal to the bone. Then of course, he filled up the cemeteries with them. BF: It brings to mind Hitler talking to the crowd in Triumph of the Will by Leni Riefenstahl. BD: Yeah, it’s clear as day. Dylan began with a statement that on its surface says nothing “Hitler is Hitler.” Why is Dylan being non-judgmental here? Then when asked about Hitler and Nazism Dylan replied that “I never had a real understanding of that.” What he is saying here is the way the history of Hitler and the Nazis was taught to him in school and the way the media portrays it - 31 -
  31. 31. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST was false. This takes the interviewer by surprise “Never had an understanding of what?” as he senses that Dylan is about to defend Nazism. Dylan responded, “How you take a failed landscape painter and turn him into a fanatical mad man who controls millions. That’s some trick. I mean the powers that created him must have been awesome.” Who took a failed landscape painter and turned him into a dictator? What sinister, behind the scenes power created him? What group has enough power to control the world? The Zionist Jews more often than not get this distinction, in forgeries such as The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Flannigan is starting to see that Dylan is fucking demented. Instead of asking him “What hidden powers created Hitler and Nazism?” he says “Well, the social and economic conditions of the Weimar Republic were so different than now.” Dylan was not talking about social and economic conditions; he was talking about some sinister conspiracy that installed Hitler and the Nazis. “Yeah sure, looking back in hindsight” looking back at the establishment of the State of Israel “you can see that someone would have to take control” you can see that the Zionist Jews put Hitler in power. Note: Dylan is not talking about Hitler, he is talking about these mysterious conspiratorial forces. Dylan’s only objective to Hitler is that he was not racially pure enough to be a symbol of Nazism: - 32 -
  32. 32. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST You could see that the man’s a total mutt. No Aryan characteristics whatsoever. You couldn’t guess his ancestry. Brown hair, brown eyes, pasty complexion, no particular type of stature, Hitler mustache, raincoat, riding whip, the whole works. Dylan continues, “He knew something. He knew that people didn’t think. Look at the faces of the millions who worshipped him and you see that he inspired love. It’s scary and sad.” Hitler knew that people’s emotions were more important than their thoughts and he inspired the emotion of love in the German people. Dylan had to qualify his remarks with “this is scary and sad” rather than “frightening and tragic” but then he calls Adolf Hitler “The torch of the spoken word” “torch” anything regarded as a source of enlightenment, guidance, etc. the torch of Nazism. “They were glad to follow him anywhere, loyal to the bone.” The German were justified in their loyalty to Hitler “Then of course, he filled up the cemeteries with them” however he was a poor military tactician. What all this boils down to is that the much loved Bob Dylan is a hardcore self-hating racist pig who embraces conspiracy theories that could have originated with Lyndon LaRouche. He is the lowest form of a Jew on the planet earth. - 33 -
  33. 33. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST In his latest Rolling Stone interview evidence suggested that when Dylan claimed he was transfigured into Robert Zimmerman, the LA Hell’s Angel leader who died in a motorcycle accident, this was really a metaphor for George Zimmerman, who killed Trayvon Martin in a widely publicized case in which George Zimmerman became a symbol of racism. HAS DYLAN EMBRACED ROMAN CATHOLICISM? Transfiguration is Roman Catholic doctrine. He told us that he has been in touch with Catholic theologians. He said he wanted to make Tempest a more religious CD although “religious” means political in his symbolism. He also stated: These are the same people that tried to pin the name Judas on me. Judas, the most hated name in human history! If you think you've been called a bad name, try to work your way out from under that. Yeah, and for what? For playing an electric guitar? As if that is in some kind of way equitable to betraying our Lord and delivering him up to be crucified. All those evil motherfuckers can rot in hell. Why was Dylan so upset by the use of word Judas when he used it numerous times in Frankie - 34 -
  34. 34. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Lee and Judas Priest? For these and other reasons such as references to “the mother of our Lord” and poetic verses opposing gay marriage it is possible that Robert Allen Zimmerman has become a Roman Catholic. In any event welcome to Dylan’s Second Christian period. You are probably wondering by now why I still devote so much time to Bob Dylan if think he is schtick dreck and have little faith he can ever overcome his genetic challenge of self hate. The answer is simple. To fuck him up! He reads everything I write to get an idea how much I have gotten into his poetry, into his head. My books are best read by Bob Dylan when his HIV causes him to contract an opportunistic infection and his world turns gray and spooky like he used to make it for me when I hung around his studio and he wouldn’t turn on the lights as the sun set and everything took on a dim gray electric tinge and I was coming down from caffeine pills looking out the window at three angels mounted on the walls of Saint Anthony’s church on Sullivan and Houston. It was then that this scumbag would tell me, “Al, if you get into my life I might gain a soul.” Gain a soul? What could that mean? Hey that didn’t even sound like Bob Dylan making a death threat like that! Or did it? In I’m Gonna Miss You When You Go Dylan wrote: - 35 -
  35. 35. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Situations have ended sad Relationships have all been bad. Mine've been like Verlaine's and Rimbaud. But there's no way I can compare All those scenes to this affair Yer gonna make me lonesome when you go. “Situations” a critical, trying, or unusual state of affairs: problems with Weberman “have ended sad” have ended sadly for me as he got one over on me with his shenanigans but they might also end sadly for Weberman, in fact he might meet his end “Relationships have all been bad” my personal relationship with Weberman turned out badly for me. I was nice to the guy and he screwed me over “Mine've been like Verlaine's and Rimbaud” my relationship with Weberman can best be described as being similar to that of French poet Arthur Rimbaud who became disenchanted with his relationship with his critic Paul Verlaine. During a drunken argument in Brussels, Verlaine shot at Rimbaud, hitting him once in the wrist “But there's no way I can compare / All those scenes to this affair” but I can’t compare all that literary drama to the Dylan / Weberman affair since Verlaine never went through Rimbaud’s trash, he never brought a thousand - 36 -
  36. 36. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Rimbaud fans to Rimbaud’s crib for Rimbaud’s 30th Birthday Party, etc. “Yer gonna make me lonesome when you go” boy will I be happy when Al is dead. In Idiot Wind Dylan wrote that “One day you'll be in the ditch, flies buzzing around your eyes” one day Weberman will be in his grave and will hear the sound of zippers opening, flies opening, and it will be people pissing on his grave. Dylan has threatened me, wished for my death, predicted I would end up in prison and be raped “you’ll know all about it love it will fit you like a glove when the night comes fallin’ from the sky” denigrated me, called me a Nazi, a pig, everything in the book. All I can say in response is the motto of the Jewish Defense Organization – Death to Nazi Scum. How does he respond to my allegations of racism and Nazi sympathies? Just the same as Pee Wee Herman would, “I know you are but what am I?” This is what Dylan had to say in Rolling Stone. Everything people say about you or me they are saying about themselves. Ever notice that? In my case there is a whole world of scholars, professors and Dylanologists and everything I do affects them in some way. And you know in - 37 -
  37. 37. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST some ways I’ve given them life. They’d be nowhere without me. Bob Dylan has given me life. Ha! I assume he meant he has given me a source of vitality; an animating force. But in reality he gave me death, his existence made me waste a good deal of my life on someone who is not a world class thinker. So I look at the word “life” as Slang; a sentence of intellectual imprisonment lasting until death do him part. - 38 -
  38. 38. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST PAY IN BLOOD Well I'm grinding my life out steady and sure Nothing more wretched than what I must endure I'm drenched in the light that shines from the sun I could stone you to death for the wrongs that you've done But sooner or later you'll make a mistake I'll put you in a chain that you never will break Legs and arms and body and bone I'll pay in blood but not my own. - 39 -
  39. 39. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Well I'm grinding “grind” as Informal performing a laborious task or routine: the daily grind of touring my life out to my very last breath steady and sure “steady” continuously as in a steady gig. “Sure” physically secure or dependable a sure footing. Bob Dylan goes on tour, plays his music, writes his poetry, records his CDs – and he pays his taxes with regularity. Even I can’t call him a bum. Nothing more wretched than what I must endure and as such he finds that there is nothing more inferior in quality, nothing worse short of hell, than having a “socialist parasite” like Obama in the White House who wants to tax the top 2% which of course Bob Dylan is a part of I'm drenched: I am soaked “soak” Slang to overcharge a person in the light that shines from the sun by a person or thing considered as a source of radiant glory like Obama I could stone you to death I could kill you employing your own favored method of execution because I know you are really a Muslim mole. Stoning people to death is mandated by Shar’ia law for the wrongs that you've done for your welfare state policies But sooner or later you'll make a mistake but eventually you will screw up and everyone will know you are a thieving “nigger” I'll put you in a chain that you never will break and when this finally happens I will do to you what you have done to me with the IRS only literally. I will see that you return to your rightful role, that of a servant or slave “chain” - 40 -
  40. 40. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST as captivity bondage: threw off the chains of slavery and you will never escape into civilized society again. I will limit your Legs “legs” the ability to last or sustain success, especially by appealing to an audience: a presidency that has legs and arms “arms” power or authority: the long arm of the federal law and body “body” as in legislative body such as the U.S. Congress and bone “bones” as the fundamental plan or design, as of the platform of Democratic party I'll pay in blood but not my own. In Dylan’s symbolism “blood” is death. This is from Dylan’s Long Ago Far Away: “The war guns they went off wild the whole world bled its blood. Men's bodies floated on the edge of oceans made of mud.” If the poem is about Obama and Dylan will pay - get revenge on; requite in blood (or death) “but not my own” then I can only conclude this is a threat on the President’s life couched in poetry. Night after night, day after day They strip your useless hopes away The more I take, the more I'll give The more I die, the more I'll live I've got something in my pocket make your eyeballs swim I've got dogs could tear you limb from limb I'm simpering around the southern zone I'll pay in blood but not my own. - 41 -
  41. 41. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Night after night, day after day that is continuously, unrelentingly, monotonously they strip they rob you of wealth or property your useless futile hopes away hope: something that is hoped for or desired such as wealth. Additionally HOPE was an Obama campaign slogan. The more I take, the more I'll give the more money I take in from my occupation the more taxes I have to pay due to the progressive income tax. The more I die the sicker I get “die” as in to cease existing, especially by degrees the more I live the more I will live on at tax payers’ expense under Obamacare. Dylan believes it is a shame that there is no more social Darwinism where those who can afford medical insurance live and those who cannot can use Emergency Room care or die. I've got something in my pocket I have got financial means, I have a money supply as in The cost of the trip must come out of your own pocket make your eyeballs “eyeball” as in the eyeball on American currency so it becomes make your currency swim “float” Economics: to find a level in relationship to other currencies solely in response to the law of supply and demand: Obama allowed the dollar to float to new lows against the Euro. Also make you roll your eyes back in your head - 42 -
  42. 42. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST like a Minstrel Show character which is really what you are Obama! I've got dogs could tear you limb from limb if necessary I will return to days of Jim Crow where vicious dogs were set on Negros (as Blacks were called back then even in the liberal media) to prevent them from polluting the White race with their inherently inferior genetic makeup by allowing them near White girls I'm simpering I am a simpering wimp “wimp” Slang: a timid person: around the southern zone and I am afraid to state in plain terms that I favor the Confederacy, slavery, Jim Crow, segregation. Also “zone” as a section of an area or territory established for a specific purpose, as a section of a city restricted to a particular type of race. - 43 -
  43. 43. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST In the latest Rolling Stone interview Dylan said slavery screwed up America and there were better ways to end it than the Civil War. The crypto-Nazi Ron Paul said the same thing because both of these neo-Confederates were on the side of the South. I'll pay in blood but not my own (in your dreams you will). Low cards I would have got But I'll play this hand whether I like it or not I've sworn to uphold the laws of God You can put me out in front of a firing squad I've been out and around with the riding men Just like you my handsome friend My head is so hard it must be made of stone I'll pay in blood but not my own. Low humble in status or character; lowly: of low birth cards something, such as an advantageous circumstance I would have got I would have got had I been born a Black man but I'll play this hand whether I like it or not but I am not going to spend my life bitching about the raw deal I got from racist America, I will do what I can to succeed with whatever I have even if I don’t like doing it I've sworn to uphold the laws of God and Dylan believes there is justification for this in the Bible “man must work by the sweat of his brow.” You can put me - 44 -
  44. 44. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST out in front of a firing squad you might think the following is treasonous I've been out and around with the riding men I have come out of the closet and hooked up with the Knight Riders of the Klu Klux Klan and joined them in their crusade and African- Americans. This makes little sense considering Dylan (Zimmerman) is Jewish Just like you my handsome friend just as you have my handsome, liberal fan who has enough money to live in White neighborhoods and send their kids to private schools etc. but wants the children of the poor Whites to bear the brunt of having to attend school with young blacks who think Cryptology is the study of the Crypts. My head is so hard my brain is hard-headed stubborn; willful it must be made of stone these ideas about race must be set in stone I'll pay in blood but not my own blah blah blah Another politician pumping out the piss Another ragged beggar blowin’ you a kiss You've got the same eyes that your mother does If only you could prove who your father was Another politician pumping out the piss another politician named Obama pumping money into the economy, and pissing taxpayer money away when no matter how much money you throw at the problem you cannot solve it because it is genetic and cultural. - 45 -
  45. 45. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST In Subterranean Homesick Blues Dylan wrote, Look out kid They keep it all hid Better jump down a manhole Light yourself a candle Don't wear sandals Try to avoid the scandals Don't wanna be a bum You better chew gum The pump don't work 'Cause the vandals took the handles. - 46 -
  46. 46. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST “Look out kid / They keep it all hid” hey naive White boy, hey son, be on your guard against the liberal Democratic government because they have a hidden agenda “Better jump down a manhole” you all better gain access to an underground structure like the Klan or the White Citizens Council “Light yourself a candle” get yourself some hope! Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie 1961, “Where do you look for this candle that's glowin' / where do you look for this hope that you know is there.” “Don't wear sandals” don’t make yourself into a martyr like Jesus Christ who wore sandals “Try to avoid the scandals” don’t marry a colored and do damage to your reputation and character by public disclosure of immoral behavior; miscegenation which was a crime for hundreds of years in many U.S. States! “Don't wanna be a bum” don’t wanna be a lazy and shiftless person, especially one who seeks to live solely by the support of others, like a welfare “nigger” “You better chew” you better meditate on, ponder; ‘chew a problem over’ “gum” sticking together with other Whites like gum, like glue “The pump don't work” pumping welfare money into the Black community doesn’t work “Cause the vandals” because the liberals who purposely damage and destroy public institutions such as Congress, the Supreme Court “took the handles” have taken the means of enforcement used to keep this uncivilized race in line - the ax handles - 47 -
  47. 47. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST have been taken away from the Southern racists, like restaurant owner Lester Maddox, who distributed ax handles to all his costumers to be used to keep the “nigger’s” in their place. Lester Maddox subsequently became Governor of Georgia. In Only a Pawn in Their Game describing the racist who kept the Blacks in line by shooting Medgar Evers, one of their leaders, Dylan wrote that “a handle hid out in the dark.” Another politician pumping out the piss / Another ragged beggar another politician named Obama pumping money into the economy, and pissing taxpayer money away along with his counterpart, another imperfect, indigent collector of food stamps, disability, Obamacare etc. rather than a productive individual blowin’ you a kiss who is repaying you, kissing your Black ass and voting for you. Dylan was asking if there is a flaw in America democracy. Did the 2012 Presidential Election results prove him right? People in the states with high populations of Blacks most getting Government benefits voted 97% for Obama. The Hispanics didn’t give a rat’s ass about abortion, gay marriage and other precepts of the Roman Catholic Church and also went overwhelmingly for Obama so they could get their benefits. In 2008, about 28.2 million people - 48 -
  48. 48. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST used food stamps compared to about 33.5 million in 2009 and 40.3 million in 2010. The population of the United States is around 311,907,122, meaning that almost 15 percent of U.S. residents use food stamps. Mitt Romney agreed with Dylan and told attendees of a $50,000-a-plate dinner that 47% of Americans - those who back President Obama - are "victims" who are "dependent upon government" and "pay no income tax." He noted: "My job is not to worry about those people. I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives." Romney reiterated this belief after the election: "What the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked." Romney's campaign manager, Matt Rhoades, listed a few specifics: "Whether it was free contraceptives for 18 to 29 year-old women, DREAM Act waivers, student loan interest rate cuts for college students, and other initiatives geared toward energizing their coalition. They succeeded." Romney: "It's a proven political strategy, which is give a bunch of money to a group and, guess what, they'll vote for you. ...Immigration we can solve, but the giving away free stuff is a hard thing to compete with." - 49 -
  49. 49. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Many Blacks and Hispanics would have voted Democratic even if there was no Food Stamp Program, however they would not have turned out in the numbers they did. According to Tea Party favorite Rep. Paul Ryan “The surprise was some of the turnout, some of the turnout especially in urban areas, which gave President Obama the big margin to win this race. When we watched Virginia and Ohio coming in, and those ones coming in as tight as they were, and looking like we were going to lose them, that’s when it became clear we weren’t going to win.” If Dylan had one drop of honesty in him he would have campaigned for Romney just as Springsteen did for President Obama. Instead he accepted a prize from Obama. You've got the same eyes that your mother does “mother” A creative source; an origin. You have the same genetic inheritance as the source from which you sprang, that is a given If only you could prove who your father was there is no disputing that however the question arises who your father was and where were you born as you do not have a valid birth certificate and instead have a forgery. “Prove” Law to establish the authenticity of for example a birth certificate. - 50 -
  50. 50. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST So whadya know? Dylan is a Birther and believes that Obama was not native born so according to the Constitution is disqualified for holding the office of the Presidency of the United States. I suppose you can forge a single birth certificate. But how do you forge a birth announcement and get it in newspapers found in hundreds of libraries across the country including the Library of Congress? Did Obama’s parents know this would become a matter of contention when their Black son would run for the office of President of the United States decades later so they gave the newspaper false information? Dylan being a Birther proves beyond a reasonable that Bob Dylan is a moron who probably believes in other idiotic conspiracy theories such as 9/11 was an inside job etc. - 51 -
  51. 51. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Another possibility here is that this line refers to a theory put forth by Joel Gilbert, a DVD producer and leader of Highway 61 Revisited, a Dylan tribute band. Gilbert is also an intellectual and did the research for the definitive biography of Zev Jabotinsky, The Lone Wolfe. Dylan made a reference to the Lone Wolf as Jabotinsky in Tough Mama. Gilbert produces serious DVD’s such as Farewell Israel, detailing the Iranian nuclear threat, and fanciful ones based on the myth that Paul McCartney is dead. When Joel did a DVD entitled Inside Bob Dylan’s Jesus Years a reviewer opined: “Only Dylanologist A. J. Weberman mentions, in passing, that Dylan was addicted to heroin in the late 1970s, still reeling from his recent divorce and dislocation. He was, indeed, a lost soul—and Jesus found him.” Joel’s latest creation is Dreams from My Real Father. The New York Times reported: And a new anti-Obama DVD is dropping into voters’ mailboxes, claiming that the - 52 -
  52. 52. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST president is the love child of an illicit relationship between his mother, Stanley Ann Dunham, and Frank Marshall Davis, a Communist Party loyalist…Mr. Gilbert will not say where he received the money to distribute his movie — he claims to have sent out four million copies. “It’s a private company, so we don’t disclose who’s part of it,” he said. He also blamed the mainstream media for not looking deeper into the story he uncovered, telling The New York Times, “I hope you’re not angry or jealous that I beat you to it and might win the Pulitzer Prize.” So If only you could prove who your father was might be a reference to Joel Gilbert’s widely circulated DVD alleging that Obama’s real father was Frank Marshall Davis, a Black 1950’s Communist. I told Joel he was exploiting the racist belief that “All coons look alike” but Joel is genuinely convinced Frank Marshall Davis is Obama’s pops. He is not consciously disseminating “black” propaganda. Although Joel denies it, the money to distribute millions of Dreams of my Real Father in battleground states may have come from Bob Dylan. I doubt if the - 53 -
  53. 53. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Hudson Institute or the Zionist Organization of America would get behind this one because part of Joel’s theory is that Obama’s mama posed for dirty magazines along with Lenny Bruce’s wife, Kitty Bruce. When it was shown to Republican focus groups it was immediately rejected. Once he got Kitty Bruce mixed up in this I knew we were in fantasy land. Ann Dunham or Margret Meade do not fit the “profile” of porn stars. Someone must have slipped a drug in your wine You gulped it down and you crossed the line Man can't live by bread alone I'll pay in blood but not my own. Someone must have slipped someone placed or inserted smoothly and quietly a drug something to stupefy or dull with or as if with a medicine in your wine in your taste in entertainment, wine as in wine and dine You gulped it down you swallowed my songs hook line and sinker: “swallow” Slang believe without question and you crossed you encountered in passing: His path crossed mine the line my lyrics Man can't live by bread alone and these lyrics state that man cannot live a Communist atheist materialist way of life and be happy but you haven’t got an inkling of this I'll pay in blood but not my own sure you would. - 54 -
  54. 54. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST How I made it back home nobody knows Or how I survived so many blows I been through hell what good did it do? You bastard I'm supposed to respect you? I'll give you justice - I'll fatten your purse Show me your morals that you reverse Now hear me holler, hear me moan I'll pay in blood but not my own. How I made it back home nobody knows How I had sex back home nobody knows “made” Slang To have sexual intercourse Or how I survived so many blows Vulgar Slang “blow” to perform fellatio on I been through hell what good did it do? I have been through Hell and have yet to find a cure for my STD You bastard I'm supposed to respect you? And after all I suffered I am supposed to respect you? Dylan disrespected Obama when Dylan came to play at the White House. He didn’t show up for rehearsal or photo ops with the President and was curt when he thanked him for having him. I pointed out on The Call, a conservative website, that the reason Dylan did this was because he was a racist I'll give you justice - I'll fatten your purse sarcastic: I will do the right thing and not give you a campaign contribution, also “purse” as a symbol of homosexuality as in “If you call me a fag again I’ll hit you with my purse!” Show me your morals that you reverse because you support marriage between two perverts reverse - 55 -
  55. 55. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST turned backward in position, direction, or order. “Pervert” from Old French pervertir, from Latin pervertere to turn the wrong way, from per- (indicating deviation) + vertere to turn Now hear me holler, hear me moan now I can tell you what I really think because we are not meeting in person I'll pay in blood but not my own who wants Dylan’s blood anyway when it’s HIV Positive? This was a result of Dylan’s sex addiction so who is the real degenerate? People who are born gay? Or Bob Dylan who choose to go on a bareback (probably anal) fuck fest. He is the real pervert. Ha! ha! So Dylan should think of other minorities to go down on other than the gays. You get your lover in the bed Come here I'll break your lousy head Our nation must be saved and freed You've been accused of murder - how do you plead? This is how I'll spend my days I came to bury, not to praise I'll drink my fill and sleep alone I'll pay in blood but not my own. You get your lover in the bed this is a reference to the death of Osama Bin Laden who was killed in his bed. Dylan wanted to fly him back to the United States and give him a fair trial. Come - 56 -
  56. 56. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST here I'll break your lousy head this is a reference to torturing terrorist suspects in order to obtain intelligence information Our nation must be saved and freed / You've been accused of murder - how do you plead? Our country is in the hands of a dictator who can kill at will. This is a reference to the use of drones and the kill list of Americans carrying out terrorist acts from abroad like Anwar Al-Awlaki who inspired the Fort Hood massacre of American soldiers This is how I'll spend my days came to bury, not to praise Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar (Obama), not to praise him. Dylan sympathizes more with the enemies of America than he does with Americans. Again this sounds like Ron Paul, who like Dylan, opposes the Patriot Act, wants to close Guantanamo and stop the CIA from using advanced interrogation techniques. Dylan had this to say about Obama in the Rolling Stone interview: So what are we talking about? People changing their minds? Well who are these people that changed their minds? Talk to them. What are they changing their minds for? What’d they vote for him for? They should have voted for somebody else if they didn’t think they were going to like him! Look, I only met him a few times. I - 57 -
  57. 57. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST mean, what do you want me to say? He loves music. He’s personable. He dresses good. What the fuck do you want me to say? The president, accompanied by Bruce Springsteen, was in Madison on the same day Dylan performed. When he came back after the encore he said: “Don’t believe the media. I think it’s going to be a landslide.” Previous to that he’s also quoted as having said, “We tried to play good tonight since the president was here today.” The media was predicting an Obama victory. The second remark is grammatically incorrect and sounds like street talk. But all this is pretty freakin’ mild compared to what he wrote in Pay In Blood. - 58 -
  58. 58. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST SOON AFTER MIDNIGHT I'm searching for phrases To sing your praises I need to tell someone It's soon after midnight And my day has just begun I'm searching for phrases I am trying to invent catch phrases, political slogans like FOWARD To sing your praises sarcastic: to sing the praises of Obama I need to tell someone I need to inform America, give evidence It's soon after midnight and my day has just begun it is at a time of - 59 -
  59. 59. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST extreme darkness in America and my day – a period of opportunity or prominence: Every defendant is entitled to a day in court – has just begun is just starting, I am just starting to expose Obama and the Democratic Party. A gal named Honey Took my money She was passing bye It's soon after midnight And the moon is in my eye A gal named Honey someone with sugary or ingratiating words like Obama has Took my money took my tax money She was passing (pauses) to “pass” to be accepted as a member of a group by denying one's own ancestry or background, Obama was passing himself off as a person with the same morals as a Whiteman or possibly passing himself off as a Christian when in reality he was a Muslim bye It's soon after midnight we are in a very “dark” as in a “darkie” period of American history And the moon and something once believed to be unreasonable or unattainable such as having a Blackman in the White House is in my eye is on my mind because it has become a reality, it is in my face. - 60 -
  60. 60. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST My heart is cheerful It's never fearful I've been down on the killing floors I'm in no great hurry I'm not afraid of your fury I've faced stronger walls than yours My heart is cheerful my will is hearty; ungrudging; enthusiastic It's never fearful it is confident it is going to win in the end I've been down on the killing floors I know that someday there will be enough votes on the floors of House and Senate to kill - revoke - Obamacare I'm in no great hurry I will wait until the Right time comes I'm not afraid of your fury I am not afraid of reprisals I've faced stronger walls than yours I have been barred previously because I was mistakenly perceived as a Leftist. Does Dylan think he is going to face reprisals for poetry that no one except me and a few rock poets here and there understand? This guy is in lala land. Charlotte's a harlot Dresses in scarlet Mary dresses in green It's soon after midnight And I've got a date with the fairy queen Charlotte's a harlot the Democrats, who held their 2012 convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, - 61 -
  61. 61. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST are political whores who will go against conventional morality in order to get votes Dresses in the Democrats have an outer covering or appearance; guise: an ancient ritual in modern dress scarlet being flagrantly immoral or unchaste: scarlet thoughts. Mary a male homosexual who takes the passive, feminine role dresses in green is easily duped or deceived; gullible It's soon after midnight things are at their worst, their darkest And I've got a date and there is a particular point or period of time at which something is expected to happen as in set a date for a wedding with the fairy queen that is a date for a same sex wedding “Fairy” and “Queen” are two derogatory terms for homosexuals. In Watch the River Flow Dylan wrote, “If I had wings and I could fly” if I was a fairy, a fag “I know where I would go” to Hell. Dylan wrote this in the liner notes to Another Side of Bob Dylan: michelangelo would've wept if he saw but once where charlie slept (whoa, charlie, i'm afraid you've stepped beyond the borders of being kept) what price what price what price disgrace for sleepin' on a cherub's face? - 62 -
  62. 62. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Even a homosexual like Michelangelo would have felt sorry for this kid named “charlie” who allowed his dick to get sucked in return for a place to crash. They chirp and they chatter What does it matter? They lie and dine in their blood Two timing slim Who's ever heard of him? I'll drag his corpse through the mud They chirp and they chatter they tweet and they go into chat rooms What does it matter? what does it matter - the outcome is already known – Obama / Biden will get the nomination They lie and dine in their blood they lie about ending the war and thrive on blood of dead soldiers Two timing slim that cheating con man Bill Clinton who spoke at the convention Who's ever heard of him? Sarcastic: Clinton is a former United States president I'll drag his corpse through the mud even after Clinton is dead I will remind people that his name is mud. Informal someone who is disgraced “Clinton’s name is mud for having anal-oral sex with Monica Lewinsky in the White House Oval Office.” - 63 -
  63. 63. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST God only knows what kind of kinky sex Dylan engaged in or how many times he engaged in it with how many different women before he contracted HIV. He was into Gomorraey, which is one step beyond Sodomy. It's now or never More than ever When I met you I didn't think you do It’s soon after midnight And I don't want nobody but you It's now or never more than ever this is a reworking of a Nixon campaign slogan NOW MORE THAN EVER, also an Elvis tune, “It’s now or never our love can’t wait kiss me my darling I’m yours tonight.” When I met you I didn't think you would do I never liked Richard Nixon and was a Goldwater supporter as I revealed in Chronicles It’s soon after midnight soon it will be too late and America would have turned completely dark And I don't want nobody but you but now looking back I realize I can’t be picky and choosey and I support Nixon-style Republicans. Nixon: We're going to [put] more of these little Negro bastards on the welfare rolls at $2,400 a family--let people like Pat Moynihan and Leonard - 64 -
  64. 64. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Garment and others believe in all that crap. But I don't believe in it. Work, work--throw 'em off the rolls. That's the key. I have the greatest affection for them [blacks], but I know they're not going to make it for 500 years. They aren't. You know it, too. - 65 -
  65. 65. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST SCARLET TOWN In Scarlet Town, where I was born There's ivy leaf and silver thorn The streets have names that you can't pronounce Gold is down to a quarter of an ounce - 66 -
  66. 66. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST The music starts and the people sway Everybody says, "Are you going my way?" Uncle Tom still workin' for Uncle Bill Scarlet Town is under the hill. In Scarlet Town in a flagrantly immoral or unchaste state of mind: scarlet thoughts Note the similar usage of the word “scarlet” as in the previous poem where I was born where I was destined, or seemingly destined, from birth: a person born to contract a fatal disease There's ivy there is “Ivy” Informal a university in the Ivy League leaf any of the sheets of paper bound in a book, each side of which constitutes a page, there are medical books put together by top notch scientists and silver articulate, easily made known thorn pain “thorn” as something that causes sharp pain The streets have names that you can't pronounce nameless people have been pronounced dead Gold something regarded as having great value or goodness: a cure for AIDS is down to a quarter of an ounce is scarce The music starts you must face the music Informal: to confront the consequences of one's actions and the people sway the other patients move without being stable, as if threatening to fall Everybody says, "Are you going my way?" all the other HIV Positive patients ask are you going to die as I am going to? Uncle Tom Uncle Tom - (ethnic slur) offensive and derogatory name for a man who is abjectly servile - 67 -
  67. 67. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST and deferential to his master still workin' for Uncle Bill still doing research for money, for the big pharmaceuticals, rather than for humanitarian reasons Scarlet Town is under the hill HIV/AIDS is considered a death sentence. Scarlet Town in the month of May Sweet William on his deathbed lay Mistress Mary by the side of the bed Kissin' his face heapin’ prayers on his head So brave so true, so gentle is he I'll weep for him as he’d weep for me Little Boy Blue come your blow horn In Scarlet Town, where I was born Scarlet Town in the month of May Dylan was stricken with disseminated histoplasmosis on May 26, 1997 Sweet William on his deathbed lay and almost died Mistress Mary a woman with ultimate control over something: the mistress of the ward by the side of the bed “bed” accommodations for a single person at a hospital or institution: a contagious disease ward with 30 beds Kissin' his face kissing goodbye Informal to be forced to regard as lost, ruined, or hopeless heapin’ prayers on his head and administering the last rites So brave so true, brave, true? Dylan was pissing in his pants when his HIV became AIDS so gentle is he he is fragile, that is lacking physical or emotional strength; delicate I'll weep for him as he’d weep for me I will mourn or - 68 -
  68. 68. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST grieve: wept for him because it is really me I am referring to, me Bob Dylan the only one in the world I feel sorry for Little Boy Blue come your blow horn Gabriel, blow your horn and take me to my grave. Sugar Baby 2001, “Look up, look up, seek your Maker, 'fore Gabriel blows his horn” In Scarlet Town, where I was born in HIV town where I was reborn into a nightmarish life. Scarlet Town, in the hot noon hours, There's palm-leaf shadows and scattered flowers Beggars crouching at the gate Help comes, but it comes too late On marble slabs and in fields of stone You make your humble wishes known I touched the garment, but the hem was torn In Scarlet Town, where I was born Scarlet Town in the hot HIV in hot pursuit of Dylan’s life and his body temperature is high in an attempt to repel an infection noon hours a time of life and death confrontation as in the movie High Noon There's palm-leaf there is a leaf of a palm tree, carried as an emblem of victory or success shadows that are merely faint representations of reality and scattered flowers and the best representatives: the flowers of medicine occur or fall at widely spaced intervals Beggars crouching desperate people bending in a servile or timid fashion; cringing, bowing at the gate at a means of access: the gate to a cure - 69 -
  69. 69. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Help comes, but it comes too late now HIV AIDS is a manageable disease but back then it was considered fatal On marble slabs in mortuaries and in fields of stone and in graveyards You make your humble wishes known amid death you make your simple desires for life known I touched the garment, but the hem was torn Touching the Hem of Jesus' Garment (Luke 8:40-48) In this verse we read that a woman who had been subject to bleeding for 12 years touched Jesus' garment and was instantly healed however when Dylan sought a miraculous cure he could not duplicate this, as there was no hem to touch In Scarlet Town, where I was born because HIV/AIDS is still in incurable disease. In Scarlet Town, the end is near The Seven Wonders of the World are here The evil and the good livin' side by side All human forms seem glorified Put your heart on a platter and see who’ll bite See who will hold you and kiss you good night There's walnut groves and Maplewood In Scarlet Town cryin' won't do no good In Scarlet Town the end is near having HIV/AIDS generates false hope that the end to the suffering it causes is near The Seven Wonders of the World are here because of advances in science The evil and the good livin' side by side the virus and my T-cells living side by side All human forms all - 70 -
  70. 70. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST documents with blanks for the insertion of details or information: prescription forms seem glorified seem more glorious or excellent than is actually the case Put your heart on a platter put your trust in a medical facility “platter” a meal or course served on a platter such as a hospital meal and see who will bite see who will cut into you with a sharp instrument such as a scalpel See who will hold you see who will help you maintain a given condition, situation, or action: The nurses held the patients’ attention and kiss you good night and monitor your condition There's walnut groves and Maplewood there is plenty of wood for the undertaker to make into coffins In Scarlet Town cryin' won't do no good when you have HIV/AIDS that is demanding or requiring immediate action or remedy: a disease crying out for a cure will have no effect on your situation. In Scarlet Town, you fight your father's foes Up on the hill, a chilly wind blows You fight 'em on high and you fight 'em down in You fight 'em with whiskey, morphine and gin You've got legs that can drive men mad A lot of things we didn't do that I wish we had In Scarlet Town, the sky is clear You'll wish to God that you stayed right here In Scarlet Town, you fight your father's foes when you have HIV/AIDS you must fight any disease that you have a tendency to acquire due to genetic - 71 -
  71. 71. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST pre-disposition Up on the hill, a chilly wind blows from the graveyard where Abraham Zimmerman is buried a death might be in the wind for Robert Allen Zimmerman because you can change your name but you can’t change you genes You fight 'em on high and you fight 'em down in you fight both external and internal threats to your immune system You fight 'em with whiskey, morphine and gin you fight them with pain killers You've got legs you got several contests that must be successfully completed in order to determine the winner of a competition between the virus and your T-cells that can drive men mad and this can be maddening A lot of things we didn't do that I wish we had a lot of anti-viral drugs could have helped however when I contracted HIV/AIDS they were unavailable In Scarlet Town the sky in HIV land the future is clear is plain or evident to the mind; unmistakable – a cure You'll wish to God that you stayed right here you’ll wish to God your condition remains stable. “Sky” as future from Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts “The next day was hanging day the sky was overcast and black.” Set 'em Joe, play "Walkin' the Floor" Play it for my flat-chested junkie whore I'm staying up late, and I'm making amends While we smile, all heaven descends If love is a sin, then beauty is a crime All things are beautiful in their time - 72 -
  72. 72. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST The black and the white, the yellow and the brown It's all right there in front of ya in Scarlet Town Set 'em Joe “set” compose music to fit a given text. To write (words) to fit a given melodic line play "Walkin' the Floor" play a plaintive country western song about worry Play it for my flat-chested junkie whore warn those who might contract the disease because of certain risk factors I'm staying up late, and I'm making amends I am working overtime making amends for my previous behavior, sounds like the 12 Step Alcoholics Anonymous program While we smile, all heaven descends while we are complacent and tacitly approve people are going to hell If love is a sin, then beauty is a crime if making love is wrong then being attracted to beautiful woman is something to be regretted as in it is a crime that he died young All things are beautiful in their time all women are beautiful at different ages The black and the white, the yellow and the brown Blacks, Whites, Asian, and Hispanic It's all right there in front of you in Scarlet Town all that sex is coming right back at ya, in Scarlet Town. Dylan already knew he was HIV positive when he married Carolyn Dennis, an African-American and had a child with her. The first reference to a blood disease that affected his immune system appeared on Empire Burlesque recorded between July 1984 - 73 -
  73. 73. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST and March 1985. The recording was released on June 8, 1985. So assuming Dylan was referring to HIV / AIDS in I Ain’t Never Gonna Be The Same Again, March 1985 would be the latest date that Dylan could have become aware of his disease although it is likely he became aware of it much earlier. In the poem in question Dylan wrote: Now you're here beside me, baby You're a living dream [nightmare]. And every time you get this close It makes me want to scream. You touched [a slight attack, as of a disease a touch of bronchitis] me and you knew That I was warm [having or causing a sensation of unusually high body heat] for you and then I ain't never gonna be the same again. You give me something to think about, baby Every time I see ya. Don't worry, baby, I don't mind leaving [dying] I'd just like it to be my idea. Now, I can't go back to what was, baby I can't un-ring the bell. [I will always have the virus in my bloodstream] You took my reality And cast it to the wind I ain't never gonna be the same again, - 74 -
  74. 74. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST So there you have it, Dylan writing about his affliction from the first person. Dylan’s daughter, Desiree Gabrielle Dennis- Dylan, assuming she was full term, was conceived early in May 1985 and was born January 31, 1986. Desiree was conceived at a point in time when judging from his poetry (and poems that would follow) Dylan already knew he was HIV Positive. There is no way to tell how many times Dylan had unprotected sexual intercourse before conception took place and not every act of vaginal intercourse spreads AIDS. I don’t want to believe this about someone who I have devoted so much time to but the facts seem to speak for themselves. Desiree’s single mother did not list Dylan as the baby daddy on Desiree's birth certificate. In June 1986, Dylan finally married Carolyn Dennis. The couple divorced in October 1992. Their marriage and child remained a secret until the publication of a Dylan biography in 2001. Carolyn Dennis said they took advantage of a California law that allowed them to seal their marriage certificate. The settlement in their divorce was also sealed. In Chronicles Dylan put the date of detection of his infection allegorically circa 1987 however as stated poetic evidence reveals he was writing about his affliction in 1984 and 1986. He did this to conceal the fact from those who read - 75 -
  75. 75. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST between the lines of Chronicles that knowing he was HIV positive, he had unprotected sex with Dennis. Dylan was definitely HIV Positive during their marriage. Although The Disease of Conceit recorded in 1989 is not written from the first person when you put it together with I Ain’t Never Gonna Be The Same Again and other poems along with Dylan having contracted disseminated histoplasmosis it spells A-I- D-S: There's a whole lot of people suffering tonight From the disease of conceit. Whole lot of people struggling tonight From the disease of conceit. “There's a whole lot of people suffering tonight” there are innumerable, countless people suffering from a symptom of some disorder of epidemic proportions “From the disease of conceit” from HIV/AIDS. Why “Conceit?” arrogance, Dylan had an unduly high opinion of his own abilities when it came to avoiding sexually transmitted diseases “Whole lot of people struggling tonight” many people are strenuously engaged by a problem caused by “the disease of conceit” by HIV/AIDS. Comes right down the highway Straight down the line Rips into your senses - 76 -
  76. 76. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Through your body and your mind. Nothing about it that's sweet The disease of conceit. “Comes right down the highway” comes right out of the American public where it first reached epidemic proportions “Straight” through a heterosexual person “down the line” into the battle area closest to the enemy; the front “Rips” tears, HIV subjects you to a vehement attack entering “into your senses” into your sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell “Through your body and your mind” and does not forget a goddamn thing “Nothing about it that's sweet” nothing about it that is pleasing, it is immoral “The disease of conceit” about HIV/AIDS. There's a whole lot of people dying tonight From the disease of conceit, Whole lot of people crying tonight From the disease of conceit, “There's a whole lot of people dying tonight” AIDS reached epidemic proportions and was considered a fatal disease when this poem was composed “From the disease of conceit” from HIV/AIDS “Whole lot of people crying tonight” many people are demanding an immediate remedy “From the disease of conceit” for HIV/AIDS. Note use of “crying” as in Scarlet Town. - 77 -
  77. 77. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Comes right out of nowhere And you're down for the count From the outside world, The pressure will mount, Turn you into a piece of meat, The disease of conceit. “Comes right out of nowhere” suddenly it appears several years after infection “And you're down for the count” as the HIV disease progresses, - 78 -
  78. 78. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST the T-cell count goes down from a normal count of 500-1500 cells in a cubic millimeter of blood (a drop, more or less) down to as low as zero. When the T- cell count goes below 200, there is an increased risk of opportunistic infections, and when the T-cell count drops below 50, the risk rises dramatically. Also “down for the count” as a knockout in boxing. Also as in Knocked Out Loaded, the title of a Bob Dylan CD – down for the T-cell count with a high viral load “From the outside world” from opportunistic infections “The pressure will mount” the state of urgently demanding notice and attention will surface “Turn you into a piece of meat” it will turn you into a corpse “The disease of conceit.” Conceit is a disease That the doctors got no cure They've done a lot of research on it But what it is, they're still not sure “Conceit is a disease” HIV/AIDS is a disease “That the doctors got no cure” that is still incurable even now in 2011 when this book was written “They've done a lot of research on it” there has been a lot of scientific study of the HIV/AIDS virus “But what it is, they're still not sure” but it is still a mystery. - 79 -
  79. 79. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST There's a whole lot of hearts breaking tonight From the disease of conceit Whole lot of hearts shaking tonight From the disease of conceit. “There's a whole lot of hearts” many people’s central and innermost physical parts “breaking tonight” are being weakened and destroyed in health; overwhelmed with adversity “From the disease of conceit” from HIV/AIDS “Whole lot of hearts shaking tonight” there are numerous human beings trembling in fear, there are many people trying to get rid of a disease “shake,” Slang; to get rid of, ‘couldn't shake this cold’ “From the disease of conceit” from HIV/AIDS Steps into your room Eats your soul Over your senses You have no control. Ain't nothing too discreet About of disease of conceit. “Steps” enters abruptly and unwanted into a situation “into your room” into your life “Eats” and causes persistent annoyance and distress, eats away “your soul” your innermost being “Over your senses” over that which you perceive by a physical sensation such as your bowels “You have no control” you have no authority over your body and you become - 80 -
  80. 80. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST incontinent “Ain’t nothing too discreet” sarcastic; there is nothing one would wish to hide like the fact it makes you shit in your pants “About of disease of conceit” about HIV/AIDS. There's a whole lot of people in trouble tonight From the disease of conceit, Whole lot of people seeing double tonight From the disease of conceit, “There's a whole lot of people in trouble tonight” there are numerous people experiencing a condition of pain, disease, and malfunction “From the disease of conceit” from HIV/AIDS “Whole lot of people seeing double tonight / From the disease of conceit” about 75% of AIDS patients develop eye problems of some sort. The retina is most commonly affected. Tiny retinal hemorrhages and cotton-wool spots are early signs of infection and are often detected during an eye exam. Give ya delusions of grandeur And a evil eye Give you idea that You're too good to die, Then they bury you from your head to your feet From the disease of conceit. “Give ya delusions of grandeur” AIDS HIV will cause you to experience psychotic episodes such as - 81 -
  81. 81. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST the one Bob Dylan underwent in Long Branch, New Jersey, where he was detained by the police after experiencing temporary insanity, probably due to an adverse reaction to his medication “And a evil eye” and these episodes often involve paranoia; “Evil eye” a look or stare believed to cause injury and misfortune to others “Give you the idea that / You're too good to die” give you the delusion that you are not spoiled and ruined and you will not succumb to the virus “Then they bury you from your head to your feet” then they put you in your grave “From the disease of conceit.” - 82 -
  82. 82. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST THE EARLY ROMAN KINGS The story here is that Bob Dylan is racist pig scum bag. He focuses his hatred mainly on Black men although he has problems with Black single mothers (like his ex-wife Carolyn Dennis was for a time). I think that I am the only one in the world that openly believes this since many people point to the marriage with Carolyn Dennis as proof just the opposite is true. But remember what we learned in Scarlet Town – Dylan had HIV when he married her and could have infected her with it. So that explains the contradiction and a lot more about the character of Robert Allen Zimmerman. This tune has a typical black blues beat. All the early Roman kings In their shark skin suits Bow ties and buttons High top boots All the early all those belonging to an initial stage of development: Africans are an early form of human life Roman “roamin’” wandering aimlessly in search of pleasure kings King, Martin Luther, Jr. 1929-1968 In their shark skin suits in the clothing of - 83 -
  83. 83. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST the Whiteman Bow ties neckwear like Black supremacist Farrakhan and The Fruits of Islam wear and buttons and a round flat badge that bears a design or printed information and is typically pinned to a garment: an Obama campaign button High top boots “booted” Slang an unceremonious dismissal, as from a job. Last to get hired first to get fired. Drivin' the spikes in Blazin' the rails Nailed in their coffins In top hats and tails Fly away over Fly away flap your wings Fly by night Like the early Roman kings Drivin' forcing to go through or penetrate: drove the needle into his arm the spikes in “spike” Slang for a hypodermic needle. Shooting dope Blazin' shooting rapidly and continuously: Machine guns blazed the rails “rail” to express objections or criticisms in abusive language: “nigger’s” shooting each other over a perceived diss Nailed Slang To stop and seize; catch: Police nailed the suspect in their coffins finally getting the justice they deserve – death In top hats high hats, symbols of civilization and tails and the posterior part of an animal, especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body. To put it bluntly Dylan believes that - 84 -
  84. 84. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST the reason some black people’s asses stick out is because there was once a tail attached to it. Fly away over die Fly away flap your wings fly away you little angels Fly by night engage in your illegal scams – as in a fly by night business Like the early Roman kings like a bunch of “nigger” gangbangers always do. Coming down the mountain Distributing the corn Speeding through the forest Racing down the track You try to get away They drag you back Tomorrow is Friday We'll see what it brings Everybody's talking Bout the early roman kings Coming down the mountain a Black political leader like Martin Luther King: - 85 -
  85. 85. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST "I've Been to the Mountaintop" is the popular name of the last speech delivered by Martin Luther King, Jr. King spoke on April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. The next day, King was assassinated Distributing the corn the corn: Slang something considered trite, dated, melodramatic, or unduly sentimental, disseminating rabble rousing speeches about an alleged White on Black crime Speeding through the forest “speed” to further, promote, or expedite a legal action, someone is being railroaded in the “forest” the cites “forest” as a dense area, the inner city, a Black ghetto. Hard Rain “I've stepped in the middle of seven sad [deplorable] forests.” Racing down the track these ideas are spreading throughout the racist black communities that are located on the wrong side of the tracks. “Race” a local geographic population distinguished as a more or less distinct group by genetically transmitted physical characteristics. “Tracks” as the boundary, formerly often delineated by train tracks, that separates two neighborhoods of different social class: grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. You try to get away you try to move to a decent community, a gated community in Sanford, Florida for instance They drag you back then your dope-dealing, gangbanging son, who is living with his mama and has been suspended from school visits you and starts to case White people’s pads Tomorrow is - 86 -
  86. 86. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST Friday and he thinks his future holds nothing but a menial position “Friday” as in “Man Friday.” We'll see what it brings so I am going rip off a crib and see what the stolen items fetch Everybody's talking Bout the early roman kings everybody is talking about that jive gangbanging “nigger”, Trayvon Martin, and George Zimmerman, the neighborhood patrol volunteer who killed Trayvon in self defense but is going to be lynched by the Black community that is always looking for an excuse to riot and loot, and Zimmerman getting off the hook will provide that excuse. Dylan sounded like burn out and like a total space case in the recent Rolling Stone interview but I know that he is not and he was up to something. He talked about being transfigured with another Robert Zimmerman, a Hell’s Angel who died in a motorcycle accident, but you know which Zimmerman he was really transfigured with? Bob: Yeah, poor Bobby [George Zimmerman]. You know what this is called? It’s called transfiguration. Have you ever heard of it? Well, you’re looking at somebody. [that … has been transfigured?] I’m not like you, am I? I’m not like him, either. I’m not like many - 87 -
  87. 87. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST others. I’m only like another person who’s been transfigured. How many people like that or like me do you know? Transfiguration: you can go learn about it from the Catholic Church, you can learn about it in some old mystical books, but it’s a real concept. It’s happened throughout the ages. Nobody knows who it’s happened to, or why. But you get real proof of it here and there. It’s not like something you can dream up and think. It’s not like conjuring up a reality or like reincarnation – or like when you might think you’re somebody from the past but have no proof. It’s not anything to do with the past or the future. So when you ask some of your questions, you’re asking them to a person whose long dead. You’re asking them to a person that doesn’t exist. But people make that mistake about me all the time. I’ve lived through a lot. Have you ever heard of a book called No Man Knows My History? It’s about Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet. The title could refer to me. Transfiguration is what allows you to crawl out from under the chaos and fly above it. That’s how I can still do what I - 88 -
  88. 88. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST do and write the songs I sing and just keep on moving. “So when you ask some of your questions, you’re asking them to a person whose long dead. You’re asking them to a person that doesn’t exist.” What Dylan is saying here is that George Zimmerman is a dead man already because his fate has been sealed by the media and by the African- American community. “Transfiguration is what allows you to crawl out from under the chaos and fly above it.” The key words here are “crawl out” as they trace back to an early single called Please Crawl Out Your Window: Why does he look so righteous while your face is so changed Are you frightened of the box you keep him in While his genocide fools and his friends rearrange Their religion of the little ten women That backs up their views but your face is so bruised Come on out the dark is just beginning. “Why does he look so righteous” why does the Democratic Party and the Federal Government think what it is doing to White people is morally justifiable “while your face” while your race “is so changed” is being changed and polluted by the Civil Rights Movement “Are you frightened of the box you keep him in” are you afraid of the ballot box, are you afraid - 89 -
  89. 89. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST to vote for Republicans who don’t believe in integration? “While his genocide fools” while the Democratic Party’s race mixing, mix master politicians who plan to dilute, then virtually exterminate, the White race through miscegenation “and his friends” and their friends; the Earl Warren Supreme Court “rearrange” put into a new social order and arrangement “Their religion of the” their “religion” a cause pursued with zeal; such as that of an activist jurist “little ten women” of the Supreme Court of the United States with less (little) than ten justices “That backs up their views” that supports with their legal decisions such as Brown v. Board of Education, the Democrats push for Civil Rights and integration “but your face is so bruised” but it is your race that is being blackened, discolored, “niggerized”, by being forced to associate with a bunch of coons “Come on out” sarcastic; come on out, be part of it “the dark” the race mixing with the darkies “is beginning” has just taking its first steps to fruition. Can you please crawl out your window? Use your arms and legs it won't ruin you How can you say he will haunt you? You can go back to him any time you want to. “Can you please crawl” can you please crawl” advance slowly, feebly, laboriously “out your window?” and disregard the faith you have in your - 90 -
  90. 90. A. J. WEBERMAN: LISTENERS GUIDE TO TEMPEST political party? “Use your arms” use your power, White Power, also use an administrative or functional branch, as of an organization, like the local Republican Club, which is an arm of the Republican Party “and legs” and become active. Also vote in one of several contests that must be completed successfully in order to determine the winner of a competition, vote in a political primary “it won't ruin you” it will not reduce you to poverty or bankruptcy as the Democrats claim it will “How can you say he will haunt you” how can you say the Democrats will continually pervade the American political scene because of their actions during World War II and the Great Depression “You can go back to him any time you want to” sarcastic; you can go back to the Depression Era Democrats anytime you want to as they have not changed since the 1930’s! Returning to Early Roman Kings: They're peddlers and they're meddlers, they buy and they sell They destroyed your city, they'll destroy you as well They're lecherous and treacherous, a hell-bent for leather Each of them bigger than all men put together - 91 -

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