Different Slants

Seeing the World from a New Angle

Stand Up and Face the Evil…by Robert M. Katzman

Filed under: Bewilderment,Black/White relationships,Life & Death,My Own Personal Hell,Rage!,Social Policy and Justice — Bob at 7:09 am on Wednesday, August 16, 2017

©  August 16, 2017


There is a dark drama

A building of pressure

A sense of impending change

A feeling of molten human eruption

A trembling of the ground under all of our feet


All thru time

Now thousands of years

When countries begin to disintegrate

Jews are the Canaries in the mines

The first to smell the poisoning air


People like me

Jews who wear Stars of David

Around their necks

Who know how few in Europe

Faced up to tyranny for us

The Gypsies

The Crippled


Artists and Writers


Who know that the 2% of us

Whose families made it here

To America

Before and after Hitler

Are not enough to stop

A tidal wave of insane hate


The chill inside of us that screams:

“Oh God, not here…too!”

Jews must resist

Black people must resist

Latinos must resist

Gays must resist


All of us

The sane people

Not separately

But Together



We are but a whisper


We’re an unstoppable roar


Time to face the Evil

Be Ready

Be Brave

Be Americans.


(Inspired by my ranting letter to a brilliant poet and also my friend, Charlie Newman)


Publishing News! 

Bob Katzman’s two new true Chicago books are now for sale, from him!
Vol. One: A Savage Heart  and Vol. Two: Fighting Words

Gritty, violent, friendship, classic American entrepreneurship love, death, heartbreak and the real dirt about surviving in a completely corrupt major city under the Chicago Machine. More history and about one man’s life than a person may imagine.

Please visit my new website: https://www.dontgoquietlypress.com
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Here’s complete information on how to buy my books:

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My books weigh almost 2 pounds each, with about 525 pages each and there are a total together of 79 stories and story/poems.

Robert M. Katzman
Don’t Go Quietly Press
PO Box 44287
Racine, Wis. 53404-9998                                                                                                                    (262)752-3333, 8AM–7PM

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I am also for hire if anyone wants me to read my work and answer questions in the Chicago/Milwaukee area. Schools should call me for quantity discounts for 30 or more books. Also: businesses, bookstores, private organizations or churches and so on.

My Fighting Words Publishing Co. four original books, published between 2004 and 2007 are now out-of-print. I still have some left and will periodically offer them for sale on my new website.

 Twitter handle: bob_katzman


Comment by Charlie Newman

August 16, 2017 @ 9:48 am

nicely said, Bob

Comment by David Griesemer

August 17, 2017 @ 3:55 am

“Separately We are but a whisper. Together We’re an unstoppable roar.” Whites have been duped, brainwashed to think color matters. We’re being used by those who would control our species. Separately, humans are weak. United, there’s nothing we can’t do. World hunger? Easy. Disease? Piece a cake. But then, no one could use those specters to herd us. “Oh God, not here…too!” Yes, here. If whites don’t look behind the curtain.

Comment by Astri Lindberg

August 17, 2017 @ 3:52 pm

Thank you, Bob. Another beautiful, wise and heartfelt poem. I have forwarded it to Daniel Biss, who I hope will be Illinois’ next Governor.

Comment by Brad Dechter

August 21, 2017 @ 6:10 am


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