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I'm Not a Racist, But I've Got a Racist Butt.

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I'm Not A Racist But is nothing you'd expect to read from a church minister but everything you've ever wanted one to say. Addressing politics, sex and religion with thought-provoking humour, this unorthodox collection makes no apologies for its audacious, controversial and challenging poems. Be prepared for your religious stereotypes to be smashed wide open in the most ref ...more
Published May 7th 2020 by Jason John
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Damien Becker
Jun 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Now this is an interesting one and there’s nowt else like it. A man of the church who swears like a trooper and is not afraid to use his words and wit to tackle the issues the pulpit usually avoids. The author has a unique style, but don’t be deceived by the simplicity of the child-like rhyming and crassness, for there’s a lifetime’s worth of thinking and compassion here. I particularly like reading the process behind the poems, like an invitation to eavesdrop on the whirring mind of a slam poet ...more
May 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Witty, inspirational, even educational. Jason delves into those parts of the shared human experience that are so often hidden and taboo, thought and not spoken, and in doing so reminds us - we are all the same! There’s no obfuscation, subtlety or skirting around the issue here. He goes straight to the heart of it, bursting it open, and dissecting it one bloody piece at a time. He’s a truth teller, a stater of the bleeding obvious… and perhaps one of the few of us who has the gumption to do it!
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