The Order of Kotai Jujika

Blasphemy Fest 2024

Friday, June 19, 2015

No Advocacy (Bridgewater State 2006)

I originally composed and recorded this song under the pseudonym, 
O.G. Fred Mack.


No Advocacy by Al Wiggins Jr.

I'd like to dedicate this song
to the matriculated students
at Bridgewater State College
in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

I've got a story I'd like to share with ya'll.
It goes like this:

On a Thursday afternoon I came to class,
coffee in my hand, and draggin' my ass.
My classmates said, "Go upstairs.
the professor's waiting for you there."

I saw the professor on the stairs.
He looked pale, and kind of scared.
When he spotted me, he said, "How do you do?
The police are upstairs. They're waiting for you."

I saw the chief flanked by two men.
One was a sergeant, the other a captain.
The chief smiled and shook hands with me,
and then he said, very quietly:

"Your wife is worried about you,
and this is what we're going to do.
We're going to the hospital, quietly."
And I said "yes," immediately.

Six days locked in a psyche ward,
and I still don't know what I was there for.
Is there anyone around here that can see?
Matriculated students have no advocacy.

Traditional students don't stand a chance,
but I'm a non-trad, so prepare to dance.
There'll be no waiver of liability.
The deeds been done, now you deal with me.

I didn't know what happened at first.
I thought of 9/11.
That day, when people found themselves in danger
they worried for their loved ones.

I braced myself for drama,
a man down for his baby's mama.
I went back downstairs with an escort
but I had no idea what was in store.

When I got to the cruiser, the cuffs came out.
No one outside, and no way out.
I took a drink of water
and worried for my daughter.

I put my hands behind my back.
When I felt the cuffs, I let myself relax.
The cops patted me down, and counted my cash.
They put me in the car, and we made that dash.

Six days locked in a psyche ward,
and I still don't know what I was there for.
Is there anyone around here that can see?
Matriculated students have no advocacy.

Traditional students don't stand a chance,
but I'm a non-trad, so prepare to dance.
There'll be no waiver of liability.
The deeds been done, now you deal with me.

A Counseling Center doctor,
Grace Siebert-Larke.
on April 15, 2004
went just a little too far.

She broke the law of Massachusetts
by committing me that day.
I was supposed to see a judge
before she put me away.

According to the state of Massachusetts
she was supposed to examine me,
and I was supposed to have a choice
of the care I was supposed to receive.

But Dr. Grace Siebert-Larke
did not care about this.
She only cared about the profile she made up
with Nurse Christine Malmquist.

Six days locked in a psyche ward,
and I still don't know what I was there for.
Is there anyone around here that can see?
Matriculated students have no advocacy.

Traditional students don't stand a chance,
but I'm a non-trad, so prepare to dance.
No waiver of liability
The deeds been done, now you deal with me.

The nurse and the doctor consulted each other
before profiling me.
It seems they had a lot to say
about a patient they refused to see.

Those profiles were extensive,
they covered everything.
and they even won the approval
of social worker Wayne Assing.

The counselors that day,
created an emergency.
They lied about my entire life,
and did absolutely nothing for me.

You've broken Buddhist law,
Christine, Wayne and Grace.
You hurt people you were supposed to help.
Each one of you is a disgrace.

Six days locked in a psyche ward,
and I still don't know what I was there for.
Is there anyone around here that can see?
Matriculated students have no advocacy.

Traditional students don't stand a chance,
but I'm a non-trad, so prepare to dance.
No waiver of liability.
The deeds been done, now you deal with me.