I on't see from the review that anything resembing hate literature is occuring in any manor greater than what is acceptable in rap lyrics.
The threat of war is of no practical use unless yur opponent really believes that you will use it. The USA for all its evil has proven very clearly that there threat has teeth. What is here military worth if pople don't believe the threat.
Iraq is wrong, I will be the first to agree. But would Libya and Ian really be so honest right now if not for 100,000 armed soldiers in Iraq. would syria really be arresting terrorists (yes real terrorists due exist and Syria does help them) if not for the threat on there border.
Pakistan is talking disarmament and peace more than ever, who' have guessed with thouands of soldiers just north of him he has some incentive.
I'll be the first to admit that we are still ending up with a US thats far to big and evil. But if nothing else I'm not complaining to see some change in a few of these places. History proves that peace can only come at the cost of lives.
Oh come now Ditto, you can give me a better argument than that one.
As an artist, if I put out a rap album with hateful lyrics, that's my right...but then, equating childish, discriminatory rap and this book as being on par is probably all the credence I could give it.