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Bluegrass: Jew Murder “Ballad of Little Mary Phagan,” in White Atlanta, Georgia – Karaoke

In Uncategorized on August 8, 2016 at 9:27 pm

Music and Karaoke Lyrics of Jew boss who murdered White redhead Little Mary Phagan. I’ve posted several today, which I’ve never done before. He tortured her, took an instrument and bludgeoned her, took an instrument or something and tore up her vagina till it bled (not period), pulled out her red hair, murdered her. Then got his Black accomplice to put her in a blazing oven to char her body and face, so she looked Black. Then laid her body on the floor of his Pencil Factory, and crossed her arms across her breast as a sign of a Christian virgin, saint and martyr. But no one put that together before. The before picture is above of this sweet little girl, the below is what Little Mary Phagan looked like when the Jews and Blacks got done with her.

All in year, 1913. Jews pulled the heist of all White money into their private, not USA owned, Federal Reserve Bank. 1913 IRS for al White Tax money. 1914, World War I for Jew rights and to bash our smartest White Germans to destroy our White race. 1913, Leo Frank, boss, murders, tortures, holocausts in flames, White Little Mary Phagan. Since the Jews wanted to get an organization to prevent the White males from ever challenging the Jews about any of this, they started ADL, 1913, Anti-Defamation League. But it is only to debase White males or females to oppose their lies with the sword of Truth. And that is how it is until today! In 1917, Jews led their Communist Revolution, then took over all and I mean all of Russia, turned them into drunks intentionally to make barbarian fighters, and then killed 100,000,000 White Christians, attacked Germany and Hitler, (White Christians) It’s how they turned my husband into a drunk, US Marine Purple Heart Hall of Honor, and still make $$ on the Whites until today.

 

The Ballad of Mary Phagan
by Franklyn Bliss Snyder
(
from The Journal of American Folk-Lore, XXXI (1918), 264 -66)

Note: This ballad was sung at rallies in support of carrying out the execution of Leo Frank.
“Fiddling John” Carson popularized this song at demonstrations in Georgia in 1915.


Little Mary Phagan 
She went to town one day; 
She went to the pencil-factory 
To get her little pay.

She left her home at seven, 
She kissed her mother good-by; 
Not one time did the poor child think 
That she was going to die. 
 
Leo Frank he met her 
With a brutal heart, we know; 
He smiled, and said, “Little Mary, 
You’ll  go home no more.” 
 
Sneaked along behind her 
Till she reached the metal-room; 
He laughed, and said, “Little Mary, 
You’ve met your fatal doom.”
 
Newtley was the watchman 
Who went to wind his key; 
Down in the basement 
Little Mary he did see. 
 
Went in and called the policemen
Whose names I do not know; 
Come to the pencil-factory, 
Said, “Newtley, you must go.” 
 
Taken him to the jail-house, 
They locked him in a cell; 
Poor old innocent negro 
Knew nothing for to tell. 
 
Have a notion in my head, 
When Frank he comes to die, 
Stand examination 
In a court-house in the sky. 
 
Come, all you jolly people, 
Wherever you may be, 
Suppose little Mary Phagan 
Belonged to you or me. 
 
Now little Mary’s mother 
She weeps and mourns all day, 
Praying to meet little Mary 
In a better world some day. 
 
Now little Mary’s in Heaven, 
 Leo Frank’s in jail,
Waiting for the day to come 
When he can tell his tale. 
 
Frank will be astonished 
When the angels come to say, 
“You killed little Mary Phagan; 
It was on one holiday.” 
 
Judge he passed the sentence, 
Then he reared back; 
If he hang Leo Frank, 
It won’t bring little Mary back. 
 
Frank he’s got little children, 
And they will want for bread;
Look up at their papa’s picture, 
Say, “Now my papa’s dead.” 
 
Judge he passed the sentence 
He reared back in his chair; 
He will hang Leo Frank, 
And give the negro a year. 
 
Next time he passed the sentence, 
You bet, he passed it well; 
Well, Solister H. M. 
Sent Leo Frank to hell.

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