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The Dixie Chicks

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Friday, April 7, 2006 8:33 PM

GINOBIFFARONI


Just by fluke stumbled onto the Dixie Chicks website and listened to their new single :

Not Ready To Make Nice

http://www.dixiechicks.com/default2006.asp

WOW

Really like the song, and I don't mind saying the thinking behind it too....

If this isn't Browncoat music, don't know what else would come even close.




" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html



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Saturday, April 8, 2006 5:06 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Talented ? Yep, but they've lost me as a fan. Couldn't care less what they title their album. ' Not Ready to Make Money ' for all I care.

People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 5:44 AM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


Talented? No, I think cheesy. They kind of seem like a bunch of shock-artists. The only song they ever did that I ever thought had any degree talent was Landslide, which was a Fleetwood song, not theirs; they didn’t even perform it as well as Fleetwood Mac. I don’t guess they are any worse then most other pop-star groups, most of which are pretty cheesy. In twenty years, I doubt they’ll be particularly remembered, certainly not for their music.



Nihil est incertius vulgo, nihil obscurius voluntate hominum, nihil fallacius ratione tota comitiorum.

Nothing is more unpredictable than the mob, nothing more obscure than public opinion, nothing more deceptive than the whole political system.

-- Cicero

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:18 AM

SERGEANTX


Quote:

Originally posted by GinoBiffaroni:
Really like the song, and I don't mind saying the thinking behind it too....



It's a pretty good song. I wish they'd presented this attitude when all the fuss was brewing. I was disappointed when they went into damage control mode. Fans who will piss themselves at the thought of political strife aren't worth having. But I guess money is. Still, I'd probably have counted myself as a fan if they'd just told all the paper-patriots to fuck off.

SergeantX

"Dream a little dream or you can live a little dream. I'd rather live it, cause dreamers always chase but never get it." Aesop Rock

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:27 AM

ANTHONYT

Freedom is Important because People are Important


"I made my bed and I sleep like a baby
With no regrets and I don’t mind sayin’
It’s a sad sad story when a mother will teach her
Daughter that she ought to hate a perfect stranger
And how in the world can the words that I said
Send somebody so over the edge
That they’d write me a letter
Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing
Or my life will be over."

Translation: The Dixie Chicks made some controversial political statements. At least one parent encouraged her daughter to write nasty mail to the Dixie Chicks. In that mail, the Dixie Chicks were urged to stay out of politics or they'd face dire consequences. They have responded with this song.

In short: I have a right to speak my mind without having my life threatened.

--Anthony

"Liberty must not be purchased at the cost of Humanity." --Captain Robert Henner

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:43 AM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by SergeantX:
Quote:

Originally posted by GinoBiffaroni:
Really like the song, and I don't mind saying the thinking behind it too....



I was disappointed when they went into damage control mode.




I wonder just how much of that was the label trying to spin things.

I suppose by not telling the " paper patriots " ( I like the term ) to fuck off, they were respecting that there are other opinions, seems to me they took the high road there, and those who threw the ape shit patriot hissy fits showed themselves for what they are really about.



" Freedom, Thats just some people talking "

The Eagles

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:49 AM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by AnthonyT:

Translation: The Dixie Chicks made some controversial political statements. At least one parent encouraged her daughter to write nasty mail to the Dixie Chicks. In that mail, the Dixie Chicks were urged to stay out of politics or they'd face dire consequences. They have responded with this song.



" I’m not ready to make nice
I’m not ready to back down
I’m still mad as hell and
I don’t have time to go round and round and round
It’s too late to make it right
I probably wouldn’t if I could
‘Cause I’m mad as hell
Can’t bring myself to do what it is you think I should "

Despite knowing what they are actually singing about, I still get this picture of Mal and Zoe when I hear some of these lyrics.....

Maybe someone will do a nice Fanvid in the Bluesun
room



" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:24 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


" Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing "

I wonder if those lines were an intentional reply to Laura Ingrahams book....





I disagree w/ what they say, even if I think they sound fine when the sing. They can tell anyone they want to fuck off, and we'll just not buy their music. It's that simple.



People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:37 AM

SERGEANTX


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
" Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing "

I wonder if those lines were an intentional reply to Laura Ingrahams book....





Ahh... I bet you're right.

It's interesting to me, because singers, actors and the like spouting off about politics has always seemed kind of silly to me. But not as silly as people taking them seriously when they do. They're just folks like the rest of us, with their own opinions - right or wrong.

I guess the thing is, I don't look to artists for political advice, so when their opinions differ from mine its a non-issue. But all that assumes a context of freedom of speech, which seems make a lot of people uncomfortable these days.

As an afterthought, it's somewhat surprising that Joss Whedon hasn't received more backlash for the relatively political message of "Serenity".



SergeantX

"Dream a little dream or you can live a little dream. I'd rather live it, cause dreamers always chase but never get it." Aesop Rock

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:38 AM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
" Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing "

I wonder if those lines were an intentional reply to Laura Ingrahams book....





I disagree w/ what they say, even if I think they sound fine when the sing. They can tell anyone they want to fuck off, and we'll just not buy their music. It's that simple.



People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "



You can buy or not buy whatever you want, but if they want to speak out against something they feel is wrong...

Do you think they should not have that right ?

Do you think threats, ranting, and burning of CD's over a difference of opinion is what your country is all about ?

Just who are you including into your " we won't buy " ?



" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:54 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Quote:

You can buy or not buy whatever you want, but if they want to speak out against something they feel is wrong...

Do you think they should not have that right ?

Do you think threats, ranting, and burning of CD's over a difference of opinion is what your country is all about ?

Just who are you including into your " we won't buy " ?



Did you NOT read what I just posted ? Hell, you copied my post, but I don't think you read what was written. How could you have missed what I said?

me -> They can tell anyone they want to fuck off, and we'll just not buy their music. It's that simple. Note the words I used, and how I put them together. THEY CAN SAY WHAT THEY WANT, AND IF WE DON'T LIKE IT, WE CAN CHOOSE NOT TO BUY THEIR MUSIC! It's really that simple. I even SAID it was that simple. There, I said it again! ( I hope you read this before you decide to cut/past again )

Now, where did you get the idea in your noggin that I wanted to deprive anyone of their rights? How can you read my words, and then process that info in your brain and still have any question that I might want to limit anyone's freedom of speech? How do you even get from A to B ??

Just who are you including into your " we won't buy " ? You want a list ? Why would you even care? Are you going to go out and buy several copies to counter my NOT buying just one ? Fine by me! I hope you do. But wait, you don't know what artist / actors, etc I'm not buying. Hmmm....guess you'd better start buying up ALL of the DVDs, CDs and concert tickets you can, just to cover all your bases!



People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 8:34 AM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
Did you NOT read what I just posted ? Hell, you copied my post, but I don't think you read what was written. How could you have missed what I said?

me -> They can tell anyone they want to fuck off, and we'll just not buy their music. It's that simple. Note the words I used, and how I put them together. THEY CAN SAY WHAT THEY WANT, AND IF WE DON'T LIKE IT, WE CAN CHOOSE NOT TO BUY THEIR MUSIC! It's really that simple. I even SAID it was that simple. There, I said it again! ( I hope you read this before you decide to cut/past again )

Now, where did you get the idea in your noggin that I wanted to deprive anyone of their rights? How can you read my words, and then process that info in your brain and still have any question that I might want to limit anyone's freedom of speech? How do you even get from A to B ??

Gino’s comments reminded me of how this whole controversy played out. The Dixie Chicks made some statement which offended their fans who in return responded with their own set of statements, which in many cases meant no longer being fans. This was a perfect example of how freedom of speech is supposed to work. That should have ended it. Everyone should be happy, at least with regard to freedom of speech.

However, the pro-Dixie Chick camp (i.e. generally fanatical Bush critics who usurped the debate for their own agenda) often twisted the argument to be that the Dixie Chicks not only had a right to speak their point of view, but also the right to do so without any response from those that disagree with them. What I remember thinking is that this controversy basically demonstrated how little respect these people, who hid behind freedom of speech, actually have for freedom of speech.



Nihil est incertius vulgo, nihil obscurius voluntate hominum, nihil fallacius ratione tota comitiorum.

Nothing is more unpredictable than the mob, nothing more obscure than public opinion, nothing more deceptive than the whole political system.

-- Cicero

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 8:43 AM

SERGEANTX


Quote:

Originally posted by Finn mac Cumhal:
Nothing is more unpredictable than the mob, nothing more obscure than public opinion, nothing more deceptive than the whole political system.



This is a great assessment of the backlash of anger that occured due to the Dixie Chick's comments. You're right though, it wasn't so much a freedom of speech issue. It was a blind patriotism issue, and sad commentary on the petty and insecure sense of pride that many Americans feel these days.

SergeantX

"Dream a little dream or you can live a little dream. I'd rather live it, cause dreamers always chase but never get it." Aesop Rock

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 9:09 AM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


Quote:

Originally posted by SergeantX:
This is a great assessment of the backlash of anger that occured due to the Dixie Chick's comments. You're right though, it wasn't so much a freedom of speech issue. It was a blind patriotism issue, and sad commentary on the petty and insecure sense of pride that many Americans feel these days.

That’s your assessment, and it’s debatable, but regardless, fans of the Dixie Chicks have as much right to their opinion as the Dixie Chicks did. Attacking the character of people who choose not to be fans of the Dixie Chicks is no better or mature then attacking the character of the Dixie Chicks for their opinion.



Nihil est incertius vulgo, nihil obscurius voluntate hominum, nihil fallacius ratione tota comitiorum.

Nothing is more unpredictable than the mob, nothing more obscure than public opinion, nothing more deceptive than the whole political system.

-- Cicero

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 9:12 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Quote:

Originally posted by SergeantX:

It was a blind patriotism issue, and sad commentary on the petty and insecure sense of pride that many Americans feel these days.

SergeantX




Where is the blind patriotism? That doesn't even make any sense. Please elaborate.

People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 10:39 AM

RIGHTEOUS9




I'll take a guess at the blind patriotism.

George Bush has proven time and again just about everything the Dixie Chicks were saying.

Yet you still don't agree with any of it, because...

I'll take another guess. Their message was, in your estimation, 'anti-american', but how Mccarthyite can you get?

It's American to have an opinion. It's American to be able to criticize your government. It's American to police your own damned officials and not to just assume that corruption by your own party is 'unthinkable.' You should never stop thinking it, and you should never accuse people who criticize government of anti-americanism, unless truly, you want to help to erode dissenting voices in this country.

That's what our country exists for and by.

Blind Patriotim is a direct attack on that. When you somehow muddle a political attack on our government policies and extend that attack to our troops and our country. That's nationalistic drivel, and if people want to go down that road of Government worship, then how the hell are you going to continue to distinguish us from any other country?

Government criticism, especially in a time of war isn't hate. It's love. Love for the values we think America is supposed to stand for, and when we see those values getting cast aside, it's our duty as Americans to voice our concerns.

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 10:49 AM

RIGHTEOUS9



Finn,

your memory is lacking.

This story was all day news on every news station. It was a national scandal, and that's what the rest of us were raliing against....the absurdity of your witch hunt...this wasn't a matter of just record sales and people speaking with their dollars. It was a matter of the media painting the Dixie Chicks as Traitors. Do we really have to revisit the equivalent of the red scare every few decades in this country? Jesus, no wonder its so easy to do. We Have no long term memory. "Mcarthyism? What's that?"

We have always been at war with Eastasia.

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 10:55 AM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
Quote:

You can buy or not buy whatever you want, but if they want to speak out against something they feel is wrong...

Do you think they should not have that right ?

Do you think threats, ranting, and burning of CD's over a difference of opinion is what your country is all about ?

Just who are you including into your " we won't buy " ?



Did you NOT read what I just posted ? Hell, you copied my post, but I don't think you read what was written. How could you have missed what I said?

me -> They can tell anyone they want to fuck off, and we'll just not buy their music. It's that simple. Note the words I used, and how I put them together. THEY CAN SAY WHAT THEY WANT, AND IF WE DON'T LIKE IT, WE CAN CHOOSE NOT TO BUY THEIR MUSIC! It's really that simple. I even SAID it was that simple. There, I said it again! ( I hope you read this before you decide to cut/past again )

Now, where did you get the idea in your noggin that I wanted to deprive anyone of their rights? How can you read my words, and then process that info in your brain and still have any question that I might want to limit anyone's freedom of speech? How do you even get from A to B ??

Just who are you including into your " we won't buy " ? You want a list ? Why would you even care? Are you going to go out and buy several copies to counter my NOT buying just one ? Fine by me! I hope you do. But wait, you don't know what artist / actors, etc I'm not buying. Hmmm....guess you'd better start buying up ALL of the DVDs, CDs and concert tickets you can, just to cover all your bases!



People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "




I'm sorry, I read a short review of the book you pointed out and it lead me to the conclusion the author feels that anyone who doesn't think the way she does is not welcome to have an opinion in " Her America ", just because you pointed the book out it was unfair of me to assume you felt the same way, I apologize...

I was going to start making comparisions between that viewpoint and censorship in China, and how fuuny it is that many of the people whp preach these ideas in the US have a real hard on for tough anti China policy... but you have made it clear we actually agree more so on this point than the author of that book.

Oh, and the we thing... I was having a similar disagreement with someone else who kept saying " we " and I asked, as I asked you and the response I got was " any real American "... so by extention I asked if that meant if anyone disagreed with him they weren't " real Americans " and so on.

Just trying to be clear

I guess part of the question is where one can draw the line how far one can go to protest policy, my feeling is publicly speaking out is good, debate is healthy ( as long as it is respected ) the other side of the line is for example when US soldiers were called babykillers and spat upon by protesters.... that sort of action can and should not be tolerated. I can respect people plotting civil war and overthrow of a government more so that crap like that.

So where do you feel the lines should be drawn ? where does the right to protest policy come up against both the states right to preserve order and anothers individual right to disagree with the protestor ?



" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 11:10 AM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by Righteous9:

Finn,

your memory is lacking.

This story was all day news on every news station. It was a national scandal, and that's what the rest of us were raliing against....the absurdity of your witch hunt...this wasn't a matter of just record sales and people speaking with their dollars. It was a matter of the media painting the Dixie Chicks as Traitors. Do we really have to revisit the equivalent of the red scare every few decades in this country? Jesus, no wonder its so easy to do. We Have no long term memory. "Mcarthyism? What's that?"

We have always been at war with Eastasia.



The banning of artists on radio stations, etc is along way from letting the public decide the issue with their money... I wasn't really all that familar with McCarthy and all not being from the US myself, but after watching Clooneys Good Night and Good Luck their were some really strange parawells. I remember wondering at the time whether the script was slanted to highlight current day McCarthy like crap or whether everything went down just like the movie.



" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 12:24 PM

SEVENPERCENT


Quote:

Originally posted by Finn mac Cumhal:
Gino’s comments reminded me of how this whole controversy played out. The Dixie Chicks made some statement which offended their fans who in return responded with their own set of statements, which in many cases meant no longer being fans. This was a perfect example of how freedom of speech is supposed to work. That should have ended it. Everyone should be happy, at least with regard to freedom of speech.

However, the pro-Dixie Chick camp (i.e. generally fanatical Bush critics who usurped the debate for their own agenda) often twisted the argument to be that the Dixie Chicks not only had a right to speak their point of view, but also the right to do so without any response from those that disagree with them. What I remember thinking is that this controversy basically demonstrated how little respect these people, who hid behind freedom of speech, actually have for freedom of speech.




I love how you twist it so it was only the Chicks and their fans' fault. I'm no fan of country music, or them, so let me clear that up before I get called as one of their loyal fanbase.

Had they made their criticism, and lost fans, as you state, it should have ended there. But you take issue with lefties corrupting their message without taking issue with what this song refers to - the fact that when they made the comments, they got death threats from the right-wing side of the aisle. I heard an interview with Natalie Maines (sp?) on the radio, and that's what the new song refers to. They were blacklisted from country radio (which should never have happened) and had threats made against the lives of their families. Instead of saying, 'hey, we respect your right to say things we don't agree with,' they were called traitors or worse.

So take the liberal bash somewhere else, because two sides were guilty here, not just one. Republicans are just as guilty of hiding behind hate speech as any Dems are.

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 12:41 PM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Quote:

I'm sorry, I read a short review of the book you pointed out and it lead me to the conclusion the author feels that anyone who doesn't think the way she does is not welcome to have an opinion in " Her America ", just because you pointed the book out it was unfair of me to assume you felt the same way, I apologize...

I was going to start making comparisions between that viewpoint and censorship in China, and how fuuny it is that many of the people whp preach these ideas in the US have a real hard on for tough anti China policy... but you have made it clear we actually agree more so on this point than the author of that book.

Oh, and the we thing... I was having a similar disagreement with someone else who kept saying " we " and I asked, as I asked you and the response I got was " any real American "... so by extention I asked if that meant if anyone disagreed with him they weren't " real Americans " and so on.

Just trying to be clear

I guess part of the question is where one can draw the line how far one can go to protest policy, my feeling is publicly speaking out is good, debate is healthy ( as long as it is respected ) the other side of the line is for example when US soldiers were called babykillers and spat upon by protesters.... that sort of action can and should not be tolerated. I can respect people plotting civil war and overthrow of a government more so that crap like that.

So where do you feel the lines should be drawn ? where does the right to protest policy come up against both the states right to preserve order and anothers individual right to disagree with the protestor ?



On Laura's book, Shut Up and Sing, I think it's a valid position she takes. That entertainers think their opinions carry more weight than anyone else simply because of who they are - entertainers. Like they honestly have a grasp on what is going on in the world. Alice Cooper admitted as such, that he was a rock star, not a politician. What the hell do rock stars know ( I'm paraphrasing his words ) about anything other than music, drinking, drug use and womanizing? Nothing!

And just because we have the freedom to speak out, doesn't always make it right. Certainly I'm opposed to Gov't censorship. Please don't get that impression that I'd favor it at all. But being contrarian for the mere sake of taking an opposing view point doesn't strike me as being terribly noble. If one is well informed or passionate about something, they should take the time to understand the issue. Sadly, most don't. Most tend to read 1 article or see a few soundbites worth of news, and suddenly they feel 'enlightened'. It's pathetic.

People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. - Joss

" They don't like it when you shoot at 'em. I worked that out myself. "

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 12:44 PM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


Quote:

Originally posted by Righteous9:
This story was all day news on every news station. It was a national scandal, and that's what the rest of us were raliing against....the absurdity of your witch hunt...

My witch hunt? I never boycotted the Dixie Chicks or stopped buying their music or attending their concerts because of their remarks or told anyone else to do so, not that any of that represents a witch hunt. Though I suspect that doesn’t really matter to you. I suspect that you accuse me of a witch hunt based purely on the fact that I won’t ridicule the people who didn’t agree with the Dixie Chicks? Which kind of makes this your witch hunt, right?
Quote:

Originally posted by SevenPercent:
Had they made their criticism, and lost fans, as you state, it should have ended there. But you take issue with lefties corrupting their message without taking issue with what this song refers to - the fact that when they made the comments, they got death threats from the right-wing side of the aisle. I heard an interview with Natalie Maines (sp?) on the radio, and that's what the new song refers to. They were blacklisted from country radio (which should never have happened) and had threats made against the lives of their families. Instead of saying, 'hey, we respect your right to say things we don't agree with,' they were called traitors or worse.

Would you like me to take issue with it? Alrighty then. I don’t think the Dixie Chicks are traitors, I think they’re rich girls who don’t have a clue what their talking about and like many people who don’t know what they’re talking about, they say stupid stuff that might come back and bite them in the ass, like it did in this case. Like it does all the time with celebrities.

As far as death threats are concerned, I’m not aware that any such thing occurred, but if it did, it certainly doesn’t represent what I think, nor do I think it represents the vast majority of people who disagreed with the Dixie Chicks. And anyone who did make death threats or any other kind of threats to the Dixie Chicks is probably an asshole who deserves to be smacked upside the head.

As far as being blacklisted from Country Music Radio. I have no problem with that. At. All. Country Music Radio has every right to decide which musicians they will play. There are all kinds of musicians out there who will never be played on the radio for reasons that have nothing to do with stupid comments they made; I’m not the least bit concerned that the Dixie Chicks, who have acquired a vast wealth and fame, won’t be played on the radio. Though I suspect that was only temporary.

And as far as taking issue with this particularly song, I haven't even heard it so why would I take issue it or what it's about?



Nihil est incertius vulgo, nihil obscurius voluntate hominum, nihil fallacius ratione tota comitiorum.

Nothing is more unpredictable than the mob, nothing more obscure than public opinion, nothing more deceptive than the whole political system.

-- Cicero

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 1:30 PM

PIRATENEWS

John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed PirateNew.org wooHOO!!!!!!


I'm not a country music fan, altho I do like the country and do like music. This song is more accoustic and a little less twang.

www.dixiechicks.com was crashed, but it's all over the web and fileshare.

Dixie Chicks "Not Ready To Make Nice"
Full-length Audio
http://countrymusic.about.com/b/a/257455.htm


Make Love Not War or Kill the NeoCons and Rape Their Women
www.bongonews.com/layout4.php?event=473

I can't see anything wrong with 'em. They look ok to me.

Quote:

I made my bed and I sleep like a baby
With no regrets and I don’t mind sayin’
It’s a sad sad story when a mother will teach her
Daughter that she ought to hate a perfect stranger
And how in the world can the words that I said
Send somebody so over the edge
That they’d write me a letter
Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing
Or my life will be over

I’m not ready to make nice
I’m not ready to back down
I’m still mad as hell and
I don’t have time to go round and round and round
It’s too late to make it right
I probably wouldn’t if I could
‘Cause I’m mad as hell
Can’t bring myself to do what it is you think I should

Forgive, sounds good
Forget, I’m not sure I could
They say time heals everything
But I’m still waiting



Lyrics are noway hardcore. Don't know about the rest of album.

Funny how Jewish Clear Channel bans their radio music (and banned 100s of other songs after 9/11), then promotes and profits from all their concerts. Like Bush Sr buying Eminem and Jadakiss (Why?), after they sang songs accusing Jr Bush of bombing USA on 9/11 - just like he bought Serenity, to profit again from MKULTRA Project Monarch CIA slavery.

I don't care for Eminem's or Jadakiss' music, but I do appreciate those two songs. Same for Rolling Stones' My Sweet Neocon, by Sir Mick Jagger Knight of the British Empire.

Eminem - Mosh music video:
www.eminem.com/html/

Oops, sorry, Sir George Bush Sr Knight of the British Empire has now censored "his" Mosh music video (Carlyle Group owns Universal Studios which owns Interscope Records which owns Eminem's music). MTV bans music from MTV, and only shows fake reality shows and Police State propaganda now. MTV even banned NIN from winning an award, for daring to post a giant mugshot of Jr Bush.

But you can see Eminem's Mosh on my weekly TV show archives:
www.piratenews.org/video-archive.html

Here's another MTV "reality" show host who's BANNED from singing music on MTV:

Quote:

Song: State Of The Union
Artist: Xzibit (host of MTV's Pimp My Ride)
Album: Weapons of Mass Destruction
(not in Xzibit's movie XXX: State of the Union)

(applause)

And now a message from the President of the United States

(George W. Bush actual voice remixed)

Tonight I wanna take a few minutes to dicuss a great threat to peace. The dictator who is assembling the world's most dangerous weapons, is here in our own country. He is a homicidal dictator, who is addict to weapons of mass destruction. He has proven he is capable of any crime. The tyrant is me. I have directed the administration to support the use of violence against all of you. I will kill thousands, or hundreds of thousands of innocent people in our country and across the world. I um, resolve to bring sudden terror and suffering with horrible poisons, and diseases, and gases. Men and women, boys and girls, thousands of civilians will be killed in a single day, murdered at random, and with out remorse. My ultimate ambitions are to control the peoples of the United States, and to blackmail the rest of the world with weapons of mass terror. Weapons of Mass Destruction.



Alot of bands are piling on the Bush Gang, but Clear Channel and all other mainline networks ban those songs. In the case of Jadakiss, they actually censored the word "BUSH" from the song "WHY", when Jadakiss sang "Why did Bush knock down the Towers?" In Knoxville TN, the song said "Why did ... knock down the Towers?"

Quote:

Spirit of 76 - 76% of voters vote to impeach and arrest Bush, Cheney & Gang
Vermont community favors removing president. The article, approved 121-29 in balloting by paper, calls on Vermont's lone member of the House, Independent Rep. Bernie Sanders, to file articles of impeachment against the president, alleging that Bush misled the nation into the Iraq war and engaged in illegal domestic spying. Other cities nationwide have taken up resolutions calling for Bush's impeachment, notably San Francisco. At least three other southern Vermont towns endorsed similar resolutions.
www.knoxnews.com/kns/national/article/0,1406,KNS_350_4522736,00.html



So Dixie Chicks just made an intelligent marketing move, to join the vast majority who hate the Bush Gang and want to see them in jail. Marketing 101.


www.votetoimpeach.org

Funny how Ozzy takes craps in elevators, bites heads off live bats, and sang War Pigs with Black Sabbath, "worshipping Satan in black hoods at black masses", then the Bushes invite him to the White House and say he's their favorite musician in the world.

Quote:

Generals gathered in their masses,
just like witches at black masses.
Evil minds that plot destruction,
sorcerers of death's construction.
In the fields the bodies burning,
as the war machine keeps turning.
Death and hatred to mankind,
poisoning their brainwashed minds.
Oh lord, yeah!

Politicians hide themselves away.
They only started the war.
Why should they go out to fight?
They leave that role to the poor, yeah.

Time will tell on their power minds,
making war just for fun.
Treating people just like pawns in chess,
wait till their judgement day comes, yeah.

Now in darkness world stops turning,
ashes where the bodies burning.
No more War Pigs have the power,
Hand of God has struck the hour.
Day of judgement, God is calling,
on their knees the war pigs crawling.
Begging mercies for their sins,
Satan, laughing, spreads his wings.
Oh lord, yeah!

-Black Sabbath, War Pigs

MUSIC VIDEO DOWNLOAD - CENSORED FIRST VERSE:
www.ericblumrich.com/warpig.html

(lots of bands are playing this song these days)




Bush and Jewish General Colin Powell and General Schwartzkof dressing as witches worshipping Satan in Black Masses at Bohemian Grove
www.infowars.com/bg1.html

War Pigs banned by Clear Channel... Guess that's why MTV only lets Ozzy play house, but never sing music.


www.cuttingedge.org/News/n1758.cfm

So that's why Bush invited Ozzy to drink blood, bite heads of winged creatures and urinate on the White House.

Quote:

Assuming the role of comedian in chief, President Bush poked fun at everyone from heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne to Hillary Clinton at the annual White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday. Osbourne, the star of the hit MTV reality series "The Osbournes," upstaged the rest of the illuminati and basically stole the show. When Bush mentioned Osbourne by name, the aging rock legend climbed up on a chair and threw his arms in the air, drawing wild cheers and prompting Bush to say, "OK, Ozzy ... Might have been a mistake." Bush jokingly hailed Osbourne for making such recordings as "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath," "Face in Hell," and "Bloodbath in Paradise," saying "Ozzy, Mom loves your stuff." Osbourne was once banned from Texas for urinating on the Alamo, so the joke about Cheney peeing was not completely random. Bush showed a series of photos of top administration officials peering through a peephole that looks into the Oval Office, followed by a staged photo in which Cheney was shown from the back with his hands in front of him, suggesting he might be relieving himself on the door.
http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/weekly/aa050502a.htm






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Saturday, April 8, 2006 5:05 PM

GINOBIFFARONI


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
On Laura's book, Shut Up and Sing, I think it's a valid position she takes. That entertainers think their opinions carry more weight than anyone else simply because of who they are - entertainers.

If one is well informed or passionate about something, they should take the time to understand the issue. Sadly, most don't. Most tend to read 1 article or see a few soundbites worth of news, and suddenly they feel 'enlightened'. It's pathetic.



I'd have to agree with you about the masses being not informed enough, even though we are on two sides of the main issue. People have to think and make up their own minds...

Mind you the point about entertainers having undue
influence... I could make the same point about the media editorializing ( both ways )

Also there is some problems both ways when informed former officals come out with their opinions that it seems many in the US come out against in this fashion, retired Marine General Anthony Zinni comes to mind. Of course he was still working for Bush when we came out and called his foreign policy completely insane...



" Over and in, last call for sin
While everyone's lost, the battle is won
With all these things that I've done "

The Killers

http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/killers/allthesethingsthativedone.html


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:42 PM

SERGEANTX


I just got back from seeing Neko Case play a sold out show in Philadelphia. I can't imagine why anyone would bother listening to the Dixie Chicks when there's music like Neko's out there. The problems with country radio run far deeper than the current US leadership or the narrow minded polical view of fans.

SergeantX

"Dream a little dream or you can live a little dream. I'd rather live it, cause dreamers always chase but never get it." Aesop Rock

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 6:49 PM

PIRATENEWS

John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed PirateNew.org wooHOO!!!!!!


Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:

Sayin’ that I better shut up and sing

I wonder if those lines were an intentional reply to Laura Ingrahams book....





Ingraham sounds like a good "Jewish" name. Funny how those "Jews" want to slaughter millions of Muslims (and Christians and Aryans/Afghans) and steal all their property. Perhaps Laura is a... PSYCHOPATH?! Or just your typical white trash criminal serial killer. Probably just a fukkin prostitute.

Here's some more banned songs, not counting all the songs written since 9/11:

Quote:

Drowning Pool "Bodies"
Mudvayne "Death Blooms"
Megadeth "Dread and the Fugitive"
Megadeth "Sweating Bullets"
Saliva "Click Click Boom"
P.O.D. "Boom"
Metallica "Seek and Destroy"
Metallica "Harvester or Sorrow"
Metallica "Enter Sandman"
Metallica "Fade to Black"
All Rage Against The Machine songs
Nine Inch Nails "Head Like a Hole"
Godsmack "Bad Religion"
Tool "Intolerance"
Soundgarden "Blow Up the Outside World"
AC/DC "Shot Down in Flames"
AC/DC "Shoot to Thrill"
AC/DC "Dirty Deeds"
AC/DC "Highway to Hell"
AC/DC "Safe in New York City"
AC/DC "TNT"
AC/DC "Hell's Bells"
Black Sabbath "War Pigs"
Black Sabbath "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath"
Black Sabbath "Suicide Solution"
Dio "Holy Diver"
Steve Miller "Jet Airliner"
Van Halen "Jump"
Queen "Another One Bites the Dust"
Queen "Killer Queen"
Pat Benatar "Hit Me with Your Best Shot"
Pat Benatar "Love is a Battlefield"
Oingo Boingo "Dead Man's Party"
REM "It's the End of the World as We Know It"
Talking Heads "Burning Down the House"
Judas Priest "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll"
Pink Floyd "Run Like Hell"
Pink Floyd "Mother"
Savage Garden "Crash and Burn"
Dave Matthews Band "Crash Into Me"
Bangles "Walk Like an Egyptian"
Pretenders "My City Was Gone"
Alanis Morissette "Ironic"
Barenaked Ladies "Falling for the First Time"
Fuel "Bad Day"
John Parr "St. Elmo's Fire"
Peter Gabriel "When You're Falling"
Kansas "Dust in the Wind"
Led Zeppelin "Stairway to Heaven"
The Beatles "A Day in the Life"
The Beatles "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
The Beatles "Ticket To Ride"
The Beatles "Obla Di, Obla Da"
Bob Dylan/Guns N Roses "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
Arthur Brown "Fire"
Blue Oyster Cult "Burnin' For You"
Paul McCartney and Wings "Live and Let Die"
Jimmy Hendrix "Hey Joe"
Jackson Brown "Doctor My Eyes"
John Mellencamp "Crumbling Down"
John Mellencamp "I'm On Fire"
U2 "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
Boston "Smokin"
Billy Joel "Only the Good Die Young"
Barry McGuire "Eve of Destruction"
Steam "Na Na Na Na Hey Hey"
Drifters "On Broadway"
Shelly Fabares "Johnny Angel"
Los Bravos "Black is Black"
Peter and Gordon "I Go To Pieces"
Peter and Gordon "A World Without Love"
Elvis "(You're the) Devil in Disguise"
Zombies "She's Not There"
Elton John "Benny & The Jets"
Elton John "Daniel"
Elton John "Rocket Man"
Jerry Lee Lewis "Great Balls of Fire"
Santana "Evil Ways"
Louis Armstrong "What A Wonderful World"
Youngbloods "Get Together"
Ad Libs "The Boy from New York City"
Peter Paul and Mary "Blowin' in the Wind"
Peter Paul and Mary "Leavin' on a Jet Plane"
Rolling Stones "Ruby Tuesday"
Simon And Garfunkel "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
Happenings "See You in Septemeber"
Carole King "I Feel the Earth Move"
Yager and Evans "In the Year 2525"
Norman Greenbaum "Spirit in the Sky"
Brooklyn Bridge "Worst That Could Happen"
Three Degrees "When Will I See You Again"
Cat Stevens "Peace Train"
Cat Stevens "Morning Has Broken"
Jan and Dean "Dead Man's Curve"
Martha & the Vandellas "Nowhere to Run"
Martha and the Vandellas/Van Halen "Dancing in the Streets"
Hollies "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother"
San Cooke Herman Hermits, "Wonder World"
Petula Clark "A Sign of the Times"
Don McLean "American Pie"
J. Frank Wilson "Last Kiss"
Buddy Holly and the Crickets "That'll Be the Day"
John Lennon "Imagine"
Bobby Darin "Mack the Knife"
The Clash "Rock the Casbah"
Surfaris "Wipeout"
Blood Sweat and Tears "And When I Die"
Dave Clark Five "Bits and Pieces"
Tramps "Disco Inferno"
Paper Lace "The Night Chicago Died"
Frank Sinatra "New York, New York"
Creedence Clearwater Revival "Travelin' Band"
The Gap Band "You Dropped a Bomb On Me"
Alien Ant Farm "Smooth Criminal"
3 Doors Down "Duck and Run"
The Doors "The End"
Third Eye Blind "Jumper"
Neil Diamond "America"
Lenny Kravitz "Fly Away"
Tom Petty "Free Fallin'"
Bruce Springsteen "I'm On Fire"
Bruce Springsteen "Goin' Down"
Phil Collins "In the Air Tonight"
Alice in Chains "Rooster"
Alice in Chains "Sea of Sorrow"
Alice in Chains "Down in a Hole"
Alice in Chains "Them Bone"
Beastie Boys "Sure Shot"
Beastie Boys "Sabotage"
The Cult "Fire Woman"
Everclear "Santa Monica"
Filter "Hey Man, Nice Shot"
Foo Fighters "Learn to Fly"
Korn "Falling Away From Me"
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Aeroplane"
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Under the Bridge"
Smashing Pumpkins "Bullet With Butterfly Wings"
System of a Down "Chop Suey!"
Skeeter Davis "End of the World"
Rickey Nelson "Travelin' Man"
Chi-Lites "Have You Seen Her"
Animals "We Gotta Get Out of This Place"
Fontella Bass "Rescue Me"
Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels "Devil with the Blue Dress"
James Taylor "Fire and Rain"
Edwin Starr/Bruce Springstein "War"
Lynyrd Skynyrd "Tuesday's Gone"
Limp Bizkit "Break Stuff"
Green Day "Brain Stew"
Temple of the Dog "Say Hello to Heaven"
Sugar Ray "Fly"
Local H "Bound for the Floor"
Slipknot "Left Behind, Wait and Bleed"
Bush "Speed Kills"
311 "Down"
Stone Temple Pilots "Big Bang Baby," Dead and Bloated"
Soundgarden "Fell on Black Days," Black Hole Sun"
Nina "99 Luft Balloons/99 Red Balloons"

www.fuckedcompany.com/extras/clearchannel_email.cfm



That's just the main songs banned in USA. Here's the songs banned in UK:

Quote:

Jose Felicano & The Doors - Light My Fire
Something Happens - "Parachute"
The Cure - Killing an Arab
Little angels - Bone yard
Massive Attack had the word "attack" dropped during the gulf war.
Bomb the Bass also suffered during this period.
Abba Waterloo
A-ha Hunting High And Low
Alarm 68 Guns
Animals We Got To Get Out Of This Place 5.
Arrival I Will Survive 6.
Joan Baez The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 7.
Bangles Walk Like An Egyptian 8.
The Beatles Back In The USSR 9.
Pat Benetar Love Is A Battlefield
Big Country Fields Of Fire
Blondie Atomic
Boomtown Rats Don't Like Mondays
Brook Bros. Warpaint
Arthur Brown Fire
Kate Bush Army Dreamers
Cher Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)
Eric Clapton I Shot The Sheriff
Phil Collins In The Air Tonight
Cutting Crew I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight
Skeeter Davies End Of The World
Desmond Dekker Israelites
Dire Straits Brothers In Arms
Duran Duran View To A Kill
Jose Feliciano Light My Fire
First Choice Armed And Extremely Dangerous
Roberta Flack Killing Me Softly
Frankie Goes To Hollywood Two Tribes
Eddie Grant Living On The Frontline
Eddie Grant Give Me Hope Joanna
Elton John Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting
Johnny Hates Jazz I Don't Want To Be A Hero
John Lennon Give Peace A Chance
John Lennon Imagine
Jona Louis Stop The Cavalry
Lulu Boom Bang A Bang
McGuinness Flint When I'm Dead And Gone
Bob Marley Buffalo Soldier
Maria Muldaur Midnight At The Oasis
M*A*S*H Suicide Is Painless
Mike And The Mechanics Silent Running
Rick Nelson Fools Rush In
Nicole A Little Peace
Billy Ocean When The Going Gets Tough
Donny Osmond Soldier Of Love
Paper Lace Billy Don't Be A Hero
Queen Killer Queen
Queen Flash
Martha Reeves Forget Me Not
B.A. Robertson Bang Bang
Tom Robinson War Baby
Kenny Rogers Ruby (Don't Take Your Love To Town)
Spandau Ballet I'll Fly For You
Specials Ghost Town
Bruce Springsteen I'm On Fire
Edwin Starr War
Status Quo In The Army Now
Status Quo Burning Bridges
Cat Stevens I'm Gonna Get Me A Gun
Rod Stewart Sailing
Donna Summer State Of Independence
Tears For Fears Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Temptations Ball Of Confusion
10 CC Rubber Bullets
Stevie Wonder Heaven Help Us All

www.rocklistmusic.co.uk/banned.html



Primal Scream had a song "Bomb the Pentagon", with CD art of the Pentagon blowing up, but self-censored it after 9/11.

Quote:

In these days of mainstream rock and punk you have to be somewhat dubious about the whole movement, but the scream have history and these boys aint scared to fucking rock the shit out of the place, it was only a week before Sept. 11th when Bobby Gillespie was screaming BOMB BOMB the PENTAGON at the shepherds bush empire!!!!!
www.step-on.co.uk/primalscream.htm
www.primal-scream.net


Poker Face has heavy metal Christian music accusing Bush Gang and Illuminati of perping 9/11. Awesome Flash website with music videos. They were banned from playing at the Libertarian Party meeting on a college campus this year.
www.PokerFace.com
www.americanfreepress.net/html/banned_for_speaking_out.html

Another singer most definitely censored forever on all Clear Channel stations is Carl Klang. He was gungho vs Clinton (Blythe/Rockefeller), but went insane when Jr Bush got elected - literally.
www.klang.com

But this album, with CD art released in summer 2001, BEFORE 9/11, was picked by the Jewish Washington Post as "the best album of 2001"...

Quote:


Communist Party Music - Boots Riley is pushing a bomb detonator labelled "COVERT LABS" 3 months BEFORE 9/11 - Communism Manifesto was written by Jewish Luciferian Freemason Karl Marx in London England - click link to see other CDs with precognition of the 9/11 "surprise" attacks
http://seekers.100megs6.com/photos.htm

According to The Washington Post, the newspaper that is the pillar of the establishment's global media empire, the album Party Music, by the hip-hop rap group, The Coup, topped all other musical works produced last year.

The Coup album was praised to the hilt by The Washington Post staff writer and music critic David Segal. Segal said the album Party Music demonstrates "jarring in-genuity, soul, and wit."

Segal wrote that the songs on the album are "masterfully entertaining" and "doggone funky." These are hip-hop's "finest rhymes this year," Segal gushed.

We are not surprised that an Illuminist publication like the Post would find such great merit in an album chockfull of murderous, pro-Communist lyrics, with tunes performed by a music group that has devoted itself to the destruction of American capitalism.

Readers of Power of Prophecy will recall that in our October edition, we were the first to expose the disgusting, original cover art of the very album that The Washington Post raves about as this year's "Best Album" on planet earth. That cover depicted Boots Riley, the band's leader, and another member of The Coup merrily blowing up the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York.

Riley, son of a Black Panther lawyer, is unrepentant. One of the songs on this album so praised by the liberal media's chief newspaper is titled, "5 Million Ways to Kill a (Corporate) CEO." The lyrics of this song encourage listeners to kidnap, beat up, and murder corporate CEOs, then put "lead boots" on them and toss their dead bodies into a river.

Just keep on killing and killing, the song urges, cause, "the party don't end."

Incidentally, Warner Elektra, one of the nation's top music labels, is the producer and distributor of this sickening trash they and their pals in the Illuminati controlled media call music.

by Prof Texe Marrs, PhD, Capt, USAF Intelligence, Power of Prophesy Radio

www.texemarrs.com/032002/the_coup_album_lauded.htm

Quote:

"There are some things the general public does not need to know and shouldn't. I believe democracy flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows."
—Katharine Graham, chairman of Washington Post Company, lecturing CIA agents at CIA HQ in Langley, Virginia (promoted after the previous chairman, her Jewish husband Philip Graham, allegedly murdered himself)

"The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media."
—William Colby, Director CIA, assassinated 60,000 people via CIA Death Squads in Vietnam Wars with Phoenix Project ("drowned" in a suspicious "canoe crash" while cooking dinner in Washington DC, waiting to testify against Bush crime family at Iran-Contra hearings in Congress and fed court)




I wonder what the Washington Post thinks about this next CD?

Quote:



After a mild hiatus Paris returns with his most pointedly-focused and brutal condemnation of the ills of society to date. Waging righteous warfare (hence the title) on all that he perceives as being wrong with the world in this current political climate of manufactured fear and "War on Terror," he covers such issues as the New World Order, the manmade origins of AIDS, military lies and propaganda, police brutality and the embarrassing state that hip hop is currently in. The first single, "What Would You Do?" has already been a lightning-rod for controversy in the United States, garnering coverage from such notable sources as MTV2, The New York Times and MSNBC for it's suggestion that the Bush Administration played a key role in orchestrating the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. And it doesn't stop there -- the album also features progressive hip-hop visionaries Dead Prez, Public Enemy and Kam. Add dancehall sensation Capelton to this already impressive lineup and you have a potent molotov cocktail of an album ready to explode. The first casualty of War is the Truth.

Upset by the cover? You should be, but for the right reasons. Read about the Bush Administration's involvement and the real motives behind the Attacks on America here.

www.guerrillafunk.com/paris/sonic_jihad/

What Would You Do If You Found Out That The U.S. Was Responsible For The Terror Attacks On 9-11?
How Would Your Perception Of This "War On Terror" Change?
www.guerrillafunk.com/thoughts/doc1241a.html

FREE VIDEO DOWNLOADS:
www.guerrillafunk.com/multimedia



I wonder what the Washington Post thinks about MY music CD?
Quote:



www.cafepress.com/piratenews

Original Music Soundtrack for free MP3 download, by John Lee and Counter Coup.
http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2005/07/6142.php

Download Counter Coup's latest MP3: Boners at Bohemian Grove:
http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2005/08/6389.php

Music video downloads:
www.September911Surprise.com




"We're all black people now."
-Dick Gregory, September 12, 2001



"You can either watch TV or you can make TV. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the road less traveled by and they CANCELLED MY FRIKKIN' SHOW. I totally shoulda took the road that had all those people on it. Damn!"
—Joss

"Mal. Guy killed me, Mal. He killed me with a sword. How weird is that? I got a short span here. They destroyed my equipment... but I have a backup unit. Bottom of the complex, right over the generator. Hard to get to. I know they missed it. They can't stop the signal, Mal. They can never stop the signal."
-Mr Universe (sexbot)

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 7:47 PM

RIGHTEOUS9




Thanks Finn,

I'll try to be big and take back the part about it being "your" witch hunt.

Since you ignored every other aspect of my post can I assume that you are taking back your statement that liberals made this story an issue, not the media?

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 3:41 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Quote:

Originally posted by GinoBiffaroni:
Quote:

Originally posted by AURaptor:
On Laura's book, Shut Up and Sing, I think it's a valid position she takes. That entertainers think their opinions carry more weight than anyone else simply because of who they are - entertainers.

If one is well informed or passionate about something, they should take the time to understand the issue. Sadly, most don't. Most tend to read 1 article or see a few soundbites worth of news, and suddenly they feel 'enlightened'. It's pathetic.



I'd have to agree with you about the masses being not informed enough, even though we are on two sides of the main issue. People have to think and make up their own minds...

Mind you the point about entertainers having undue
influence... I could make the same point about the media editorializing ( both ways )

Also there is some problems both ways when informed former officals come out with their opinions that it seems many in the US come out against in this fashion, retired Marine General Anthony Zinni comes to mind. Of course he was still working for Bush when we came out and called his foreign policy completely insane...




On Gen Zinni, it's not uncommon for folks to be at the top of their pay grade and still have opposing view points. I recall there was a huge rift between the heads of the Air Force and the Army , back during the 1st Gulf War. The AF guy was pushing for more bombing runs, and felt the accuracy of the ordinance being used would, given time, do the job of forcing Saddam's troops to surrender. The head of the Army saw things a different way. He wanted to suspend bombing yesterday, and move in w/ 'boots on the ground.' His philosophy was that bombing had its purpose, but that eventually land forces needed to roll in and physically take the territory in order to control it.

Same war, same troops, same objective, same side, same everything, but these 2 guys came from completely different view points.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 5:24 PM

G1223


Sorry not a big fan of the Dixie Chicks. And their political leans drives me further away.

TANSTAAFL

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Thursday, April 13, 2006 6:29 PM

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MORE BANNED MUSIC: GUNS & ROSES "I DON'T NEED YOUR CIVIL WAR"
Quote:




Slash / McKagan / Rose
Special Thanks Niven / James

"What we've got here is failure to communicate." (KKK preacher from Porky's Revenge?)

Some men you just can't reach...
So, you get what we had here last week,
which is the way he wants it!
Well, he gets it!
N' I don't like it any more than you men.

Look at your young men fighting
Look at your women crying
Look at your young men dying
The way they've always done before

Look at the hate we're breeding
Look at the fear we're feeding
Look at the lives we're leading
The way we've always done before

My hands are tied
The billions shift from side to side
And the wars go on with brainwashed pride
For the love of God and our human rights
And all these things are swept aside
By bloody hands time can't deny
And are washed away by your genocide
And history hides the lies of our civil wars

D'you wear a black armband
When they shot the man
Who said "Peace could last forever"
And in my first memories
THEY shot Kennedy
I went numb when I learned to see
So I never fell for Vietnam
We got the wall of D.C. to remind us all
That you can't trust freedom
When it's not in your hands
When everybody's fightin'
For their promised land

And
I don't need your civil war
It feeds the rich while it buries the poor
Your power hungry sellin' soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain't that fresh
I don't need your civil war

Look at the shoes your filling
Look at the blood we're spilling
Look at the world we're killing
The way we've always done before
Look in the doubt we've wallowed
Look at the leaders we've followed
Look at the lies we've swallowed
And I don't want to hear no more

My hands are tied
For all I've seen has changed my mind
But still the wars go on as the years go by
With no love of God or human rights
'Cause all these dreams are swept aside
By bloody hands of the hypnotized
Who carry the cross of homicide
And history bears the scars of our civil wars

We practice selective annihilation of mayors
And government officials
For example to create a vacuum
Then we fill that vacuum
As popular war advances
Peace is closer

I don't need your civil war
It feeds the rich while it buries the poor
Your power hungry sellin' soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain't that fresh
And I don't need your civil war
No No No No No No No No
I don't need your civil war
I don't need your civil war
Your power hungry sellin' soldiers
In a human grocery store
Ain't that fresh
I don't need your civil war
I don't need one more war
I don't need one more war
Whaz so civil 'bout war anyway

www.weboshawa.com/gnr_lyrics.htm



Here's some more music that's NOT censored, and is played every day in USA on Spanish-ONLY radio stations, to overthrow USA and start a REAL Civil War, which is TREASON:

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www.aztlanunderground.com

COVER OF HOT NEW ALBUM: MEXICANS SHOWN SPEARING AMERICAN "PIGS"

Lyrics
506 years of indigenous resistance
The prophecies are coming true
The redemption of the red people has come!
The 6th sun now arises
The 7th fire has arrived
Cihuatl is reclaiming
We have returned to Aztlan
We have returned to Aztlan!!!!

WE DIDN'T CROSS THE BORDERS, THE BORDERS CROSSED US YET THE SETTLER NATION LIVES IN DISGUST!!

GET THE FUCK OUT, GET THE FUCK OUT, GET THE FUCK, FUCK, FUCK OUT GET THE FUCK OUT

WASICHU (White Man) EATER OF THE FAT WASTER OF EARTH MOTHER AND PEOPLE COLONIZER OF AZTLAN AND THE WORLD GET THE FUCK OUT!!!!

www.americanpatrol.com/FEATURES/010421AZTLANRAP/FeatureAztlanRap010421
.html




That's about 1/3rd as many FUCKS as 30 seconds primetime, on MTV's Police State propaganda reality show, "Scared Straight". MTV's new job sends kids to state prison to be scolded at by large black felons screaming "FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK... FUCK...!" Jewish-owned MTV isn't allowed to play music anymore. That might make people THINK. ("F-word was NOT bleeped out on MTV)


TREASON and CIVIL WAR in USA TODAY
White line indicates seccession from USA and annexation by Mexico
www.rense.com
www.americanborderpatrol.com
WWW.fireflyfans.net/thread.asp?b=18&t=19153&m=284963#284963

Zoe: If it moves, shoot it.
Kaylee: Unless it's the Cap'n.

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Saturday, April 22, 2006 7:48 PM

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CNN VIDEO DOWNLOAD: SOUTHERN MAN NEIL YOUNG IMPEACHES YALE CHEERLEADER BUSH JR:
www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2006/220406_b_Young.htm



www.neilyoung.com

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God Bless Neil Young

But why does it take a 60 year old Canadian musician to generate political activism in America?

Steve Watson
Prisonplanet.com UK
April 22 2006

As an avid Neil Young fan of a few years now I am so happy to see him take an important stance against the criminal NeoCons in the White House and the illegal activities they are perpetrating at home and elsewhere.

Known for his straight talking, confessional lyrical style, Young will hold back nothing on hastily penned new album "living with war" which will be an all out assault on the Bush crime syndicate.

It seems that Young has woken up from his slumber and realised that the unconscionable actions of the criminal elite must be addressed and not simply sugar coated and quietly accepted as part of a "post 9/11 mentality".

The centerpiece of the album is surely the song entitled "Let's impeach the president". No one else within the music industry has had the guts to pen such a brazen personal attack on Bush and the Neocons.

Young 's words here are savage and blatant and he should be commended. Furthermore, there is certainly no feeling of phony leftism about the lyrics, a charge that has been leveled against many other protest songs that have come before.

Quote:

Let's impeach the president for lying
Misleading our country into war
Abusing all the power that we gave him
And shipping all our money out the door



The song goes on to address the Regime's criminality, spying, the mess they made of post-Katrina New Orleans, hijacking "our religion" for partisan purposes, as well as how they have used divisiveness and racism to further their political agenda. Young backs up his lyrics with Bush's own words, turning his inspid/Orwellian diatribe on tape against him as the song is transformed from a hard rocker into a soaring gospel inspirational.

"You're always going to rub somebody the wrong way when you sing 'let's impeach the president,' " Young said. "But that's what this country's all about — being able to express your views."

In response to the frighteningly routine, ridiculous and ignorant accusations that Young is being "unpatriotic", he responded:

"We don't all have to believe in what our President believes in order to be Patriotic."

Neil Young is a guy who, like many, was sucked into the phony patriotism after 9/11, rallying around Bush and speaking out in favour of the PATRIOT act.

Yet his abrupt about face without fear of re-crimination is admirable given that many others within the entertainment industry have not dared to speak out at all.

Furthermore, other celebrities that have spoken out , seem to be stuck firmly within the false left/right paradigm and their words tend to be cliched and cringe worthy. Take Madonna for example, who warned us all that "9/11 was ambiguous" yet government involvement could not be proven, reinforcing the hollow limited hangout of the impotent left-wing Michael Moore school of whitewashing. She is a celebrity who clearly only thinks in terms of her image.

Young on the other hand cares less about his own image and record sales and more about freedom in America. Yes he has flip flopped politically all his career, ranging from protesting against Nixon in the 70s to staunchly supporting Regan in the 80s, but always with the notion that freedom in America is sacred.

"Shock And Awe" is another lyrically powerful song on the record. As Howie Klein of the "Down with Tyranny" blog suggests, let's hope that the mentality that inspired Young's "Shock and Awe" will be remembered long beyond the mentality that inspired Bush's shock and awe.


Quote:

Back in the days of shock and awe
We came to liberate them all
History was the cruel judge of overconfidence
Back in the days of shock and awe.
Our "chief" was landing on the deck
The sun was setting on a golden photo op
Back in the days of "mission accomplished"
Thousands of bodies in the ground
Brought home in boxes to a trumpet's sound
no one sees them coming home that way
thousands buried in the ground
Thousands of children scarred for life
Millions of tears for a soldier's wife
Both sides are losing now...




Although Neil Young's words are moving and poignant, one must ask why is it that it is a 60 year old Canadian that is having to remind us America is being destroyed by our so called leaders?

Why must we rely on someone like Young in order to inspire some kind of political activism in America today?

Young himself has said "I was waiting for someone to come along, some young singer 18 to 22 years old, to write these songs and stand up ...I waited a long time. Then, I decided that maybe the generation that has to do this is still the '60s generation."

What is wrong with the youth of today? Is this indicative of the fact that kids today do not even understand what freedom is supposed to be?

Have the Orwellian attempts of the Neocons to transform the meaning of "freedom" into "slavery", with terms such as "PATRIOT act", "Mission accomplished" and "New freedom", begun to succeed?

I am 26 years old, I am in the prime of my life, and to see the generation below me systematically ignoring and dismissing everything I have grown up knowing is cherished and sacred is very scary.

God bless him, but what are we going to do in another generation's time when artists like Neil Young and others in the limelight are no longer here to remind us just what America and freedom is supposed to be?

www.prisonplanet.com/articles/april2006/220406_b_Young.htm


What's with the Bohemian Grove hobbits?
www.postersnthings.com/posters/R.htm


Neil Young 'Living with War'

Writer: Michelle Garcia
Soulshine Canada
2006-04-17

The Canadian music hall of famer and former member of Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young is responsible for hits like “Southern Man”, “Heart of Gold” and “Harvest Moon”.

But on his newest record, rumored to be titled Living with the War, Young is taking a page from Bob Dylan and putting together an album of protest songs against the actions of American President George W. Bush. One of the tracks on the upcoming release, which as of yet has no release date, is said to feature the single “Let’s Impeach the President” whose subject is fairly obvious.

Not a stranger to protest music the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young tune “Ohio” was written in reaction to a protest against the Vietnam War.

www.soulshine.ca/news/newsarticle.php?nid=3294


My my, hey hey. That horse has got a name. Neil Young is now a US citizen, his wife is a US citizen, and his kids are US citizens. He is not an illegal alien. He pays US taxes. He has a First Amendment right to free speach, and a Constitutional right to get even richer by selling his free speech. And maybe he's afraid if he don't, he'll lose the right to keep rockin the FREE world. FREEdom - use it or lose it.


Now for psychology, that don't sound half dumb.
-Jayne, The Message

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Sunday, April 23, 2006 1:56 PM

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Who needs Limewire? Neil Young gives away WAR for free download

Quote:


ALBUM HEADS TO INTERNET FIRST

By Steve Gorman
Friday, April 21, 2006

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Neil Young's newly recorded protest album "Living With War," including a song calling for the impeachment of U.S. President George W. Bush, will be posted for free Internet streaming next week, his label said on Friday.

Starting April 28, fans can log onto Young's Web site, www.neilyoung.com, and listen to the 10-track collection in its entirety, free of charge, said Bill Bentley, a spokesman for Warner Music Group's Reprise Records.

The album will first become commercially available as a digital download beginning May 2, "and we plan to get it into retail stores as soon after that as we can get them manufactured," Bentley said.

He said the label anticipates getting the album into retail outlets between May 5 and May 15. "Neil wants this album out there as soon as possible," Bentley added.

www.livingwithwar.blogspot.com



Cool. Preview before you buy, just like everything else.

Quote:

Neil Young's LIVING WITH WAR: 'It may just be the Fahrenheit 9/11 of rock'

Guest Blogged by Jim Cirile

Neil Young wants to keep on rockin' the free world.

His new record, Living With War, makes very clear that if the Bush regime is allowed to continue, there may not be a free world to rock for much longer.

At 7:30 PM on Friday, April 21, 2006, Reprise Records’ Dan Rose ushered a small cadre of us into a Reprise's Burbank headquarters for an exclusive listen to Young’s new CD. For the next 50 minutes, listen we did.

Let's get one thing out of the way right now: this album rocks. It's post '80s electric Neil Young at his grunge best, and of the 10 cuts on Living With War, the first eight are mostly uptempo rockers. In fact, this may be the 60-year-old Young’s most crossover-worthy album yet, since many of the songs should appeal to fans of bands as diverse as Green Day and Pearl Jam and will likely be embraced on campuses across America.

But there's one other tiny thing that makes this record stand out: it is one mother%^&*#% of a protest album. In fact, Living With War may just be the Fahrenheit 9/11 of rock…

The album kicks off with the tight wistful rocker, "After the Garden." Its strong hook sets the tone by hearkening back to Woodstock—remember what we were fighting for in the '60s, folks? It's all been dashed. Next up: "Living With War," a good cut that had toes tapping. But the room really came alive with the third cut, "Restless Consumer," a headbanging indictment of both American consumerism and the manipulation of the public by the corporate media. Young breaks into an almost rap-style rant in the choruses, with the refrain, "We don’t need no more lies!" No, we do not.

The fourth cut, "Shock and Awe," skewers our botched "liberation" of Iraq due to hubris and deliberately falsified intel. By this point it is clear Young is not pulling any punches. The lyrics are sometimes heart-wrenching, sometimes humorous, sometimes laden with uncomfortable truth.

Cuts 5 and 6, "Families" and "Flags of Freedom" examine the effect of war on us all, and "Flags" stops you dead with this thought-provoking lyric, "Do you think that you believe in yours more than they do theirs somehow?"

But Young kicks out the proverbial jams with the album's centerpiece, "Let's Impeach the President." This song is a blistering, barnstorming indictment of our Commander-in-Thief, and Young borrows a page from Michael Moore here by letting Bush destroy himself with his own words. In the song's midsection, Bush's own recorded contradictory statements are juxtaposed against one another to create an incontrovertible pastiche of lies and contradictions while the background singers chant, "Flip… Flop… Flip… Flop…" Incendiary. The CD is worth buying for this one song alone.

The tone grows wistful again (but with a ray of hope) in "Looking for a Leader," in which Young hopes someone, anyone, will step up to clean out the corruption—"Maybe it's Obama, but he thinks that he's too young… Maybe it's a woman, or a black man after all…" The CD finally downshifts with the tender, slower "Roger and Out," a look back on the "old hippie highway" and the fresh and perhaps naïve ideals of youth. Finally, Young closes with a showstopper—a full choral version of "America the Beautiful," featuring a 100-person choir. No gimmicks here—it is simply a traditional and deeply moving rendition of the song which, after the rest of Living With War, makes it quite clear that Young not only loves America, but wants to see it returned to its former glory. Soon.

The really remarkable thing is that the CD captures a live sound like few others do. It really sounds like you're in the room with Young and his 3-piece band as they blaze through the tunes. The album was recorded in a week with minimal overdubs, and this contributes an amazing vitality and urgency to the whole package. The choir and occasional trumpet add zing to an otherwise hard-rockin' bass-guitar-drum assault.

Says Reprise's Dan Rose, "We prefer to let the music speak for itself," and that it does—in volumes. If you're a fan of Young's, buy this. If you're not, consider buying it anyway. Young is saying out loud what most of America is feeling right now and what the corporate media refuses to allow to be said. Rock and roll at its best has always been about rebellion. And just in time, Living With War gives it to us in spades.

Album spokesmen say the album will be released online in the next week or so, before it reaches stores. For more info, please visit www.neilyoung.com and www.livingwithwar.blogspot.com

Thanks to Justice Through Music for helping us to coordinate this review. They have now set up a special page to cover the release of the album.
www.jtmp.org/NeilYoung.htm

Quote:

Jim,

Thanks for your report on your experience last night.

I think the world needs to hear what you heard.... I am not a Neil Young fan... but something tells me that I will be after I buy this CD!

Once again, I ask these same questions of Mr. Young that I've been asking of everyone of our movement...

Where the SHEOL was he in 1994 when the neo-cons took over Congress? Where was this album in 1998 when the neo-con House impeached Clinton? Where was this protest in 2000 when Bush usurped the Presidency? Where was it in 2001 when Americans were losing their jobs en masse to India, China, Russia and Brazil? Where was it in 2002-2003 when Bush and the neo-cons lied to us to get us ready for Illegal War? Where was it two years ago when Karl Rove stole the re-"election" of Bush?

It's easier to fight it now that the country is moving back to our view of things... but I was fighting this coup-de-etat (did I spell that right???) fron day one.

The one good point of this is that this CD may help stop Illegal War Part II in Iran.





Young is a jet-setting member of the REPUBLICAN PARTY. Apparently, this CD doesn't accuse Bush of perping the 9/11 Massacres, which Jewish politician Michael Moore ALMOST did in F911 (by pointing out Bush Sr dined with his business partners the Bin Laden family in Washington DC on 9/11/2001, in the Queen's military Carlyle Group).

So is this just a "limited hangout" for damage control, and a lightning rod to sap off rising dissent, before it gets too powerful for the New World Order to control? Or is Young just cashing in on the obvious opportunity, now that 76% of US voters want to impeach Jr Bush? Or is Young facing a Project Monarch MKULTRA CIA firing squad, like John Lennon?

Someone's carryin a bullet for you right now, and don't even know it.
-Mal, The Message

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Sunday, April 23, 2006 3:03 PM

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PirateNews,

Get help man. I appreciate your passion, but seriously, find some reality.


SergeantX

"Dream a little dream or you can live a little dream. I'd rather live it, cause dreamers always chase but never get it." Aesop Rock

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Sunday, April 23, 2006 5:47 PM

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Quote:

Originally posted by SergeantX:

PirateNews,

Get help man. I appreciate your passion, but seriously, find some reality.



Thank you for your intelligent comments. HA! Your comprehension of reality is most nonexistant. How do you survive your own incompetence? Pure luck?


Jabber jabber jabber. I ain't listenin'.
-Mal, The Message

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Sexy shouldn't be comfy!
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Sunday, April 23, 2006 9:00 PM

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PIRATENEWS

How much did you pay for those Earrings?

Dont tell me... A Buck an Ear.

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Saturday, April 29, 2006 1:12 PM

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John Lee, conspiracy therapist at Hollywood award-winner History Channel-mocked SNL-spoofed PirateNew.org wooHOO!!!!!!


Now hundreds of Mexican radio stations in USA will be playing the US National Anthem in SPANISH, modifying the words to support their successful invasion and overthrow of USA, with mass riots in USA on May 1 (Communist May Day and birthday of Bavarian Illuminati by Jewish professor Weizhopt). But they have no fear of arrest for treason, from the Jewish Israeli citizen, Michael Chertoff, born in commie Czechoslovakia, defense trial lawyer for Arab terrorists, who Jr Bush promoted to run US Dept Of Homeland Security And Wide-Open Borders.
http://fireflyfans.net/thread.asp?b=18&t=20224

Pink's music video vs Jr Bush:





"You can't stop the signal!"
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Tuesday, May 9, 2006 2:27 PM

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9/11 TRUTH HITS THE ETHER

MP3 DOWNLOAD:
www.91x.com/info.html?page=148
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Today on 91x Radio, Tom DeLonge, member of the former band Blink 182 and current member of Angels and Airwaves, interviewed James Fetzer of Scholars for 9/11 Truth.
www.scholarsfor911truth.org
www.angelsandairwaves.com
www.blink182.com

On May 3, Angels & Airwaves appeared on David Letterman. Blink 182 wrote the theme for America Pie, promting millions of pretumescent teens to join band camps.

Bottom line: Bush Gang perped the 9/11 terrorist treason. Just like their ancestor Constable Thomas Percy was executed for treason for the Gunpowder Plot to bomb British Parliament in 1605 (V for Vendetta).
http://vforvendetta.warnerbros.com
http://tv.groups.yahoo.com/group/piratenewsrss/message/174
www.september911surprise.com


Forget the lies of our oppressive Kaballistic Allied Governments.
-Huckster, The Message

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Friday, May 12, 2006 1:07 PM

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Pentagon recruiters hire Godsmack Wiccan WARlock suicide music videos

Quote:

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW
www.apolloaudio.com/lt.asp?name=AA32

READ THE TRANSCRIPT
www.arthurmag.com/magpie/?p=1244

TALKING TO GODSMACK (WHOSE ALBUM IS NO. 1 ON THE CHARTS) ABOUT WHAT THEY USE THEIR MUSIC FOR

Jay Babcock
ARTHUR Magazine
05/06/2006

Godsmack are a millionaire hard rock band who have sold millions of records in the last 8 years. Their fourth album, “IV,” was released on April 25. It sold 211,000 copies in its first week in the USA to debut at Number One on the Billboard chart.

Several weeks previous, I had been solicited by Godsmack’s record label and publicist for press coverage. Ken Phillips, the band’s publicist told me on May 3, after the interview had been conducted, that he had “assumed that it would be a feature about the new cd, tour and what the band has been doing since the last release.” The latter is all that I was able to discuss with Godsmack frontman/lyricist/producer Sully Erna on Monday, May 1 by telephone before he hung up on me mid-sentence, and refused to answer any further questions over the following days.



Godsmack is owned by Universal Studios, owned by Pentagon contractor Carlyle Group, owned by CIA director Sir George Bush Sr Knight of the British Empire, the German Queen of England, British Prime Minister John Major, and the Bin Laden family. Carlyle Group members are sued by 911 victims' families for perping the terrorist massacres on 9/11/2001. Carlyle Gang now owns Serenity TBDM, but refuses to fund a sequel reporting CIA's MKULTRA Project Monarch mind-controlled slave assassin program. Godsmack also has a song named "Serenity".
www.carlyle.com
www.carlylegroup.com
www.hereinreality.com/carlyle.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlyle_Group

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Shocking documentary uncovers the subversion of Americas democracy. I defy you to watch this 48 minute documentary and not be outraged about the depth of corruption and deceit within the highest ranks of our government. Note: The first one minute forty seven seconds of this program is in broadcast in Dutch, The remainder is in English.
www.informationclearinghouse.info/article3995.htm



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PENTAGON CONTRACTOR: Godsmack - Awake

www.godsmack.com/albums/album_detail.asp?album_id=534

Pentagon Recruitment Video: "Sick Of Life"

Paralyzed. Nothing's getting through to me. Hypnotized from all my surroundings. I wanna be something I could never be. I wanna say things that I could never say. Yeah, I'm gonna do it again! Sick of my life. I'm tired of everything in my life. Dragged down. Rubbing my face in the ground. No time for the undecided. I wanna know why I've always felt alone, And I wanna love. Why am I untouchable? Yeah, I'm gonna do it again! Sick of my life. I'm tired of everything in my life. I never wanted to be sick of my life. I'm tired of everything in my life.



Pentagon Recruitment Video: "Awake"

Wait another minute. Can't you see what this pain has f**king done to me. I'm alive and still kickin'. What you see I can't see and maybe you'll think before you speak. I'm alive for you. I'm awake because of you. I'm alive I told you. I'm awake swallowing you Take another second. Turn your back on me and make believe that you're always happy. It's safe to say you're never alive. A big part of you has died and by the way, I hope you're satisfied. Tearing it back unveiling me. Taking a step back so I can breathe. Hear the silence about to break. Fear resistance when I'm awake.



AN AFTERWORD FROM JAY BABCOCK, SATURDAY MAY 6, REGARDING THIS INTERVIEW

Regarding the nature of the questions that were put to Sully: it was determined by what’s unique about this band, which is their public pro-military, pro-war stance and the extent of their involvement with US military recruiting campaigns. They’ve spoken about this stuff in public before, so there was no reason for me to think that they wouldn’t be willing to speak about it again. Thus, the interview.

After Sully hung up on me, I called back. The band’s publicist, Ken Phillips, told me that Sully had emerged from the room shouting at the top of his lungs, and he wasn’t sure if he could get him back on the phone with me so that we could talk about the album, Wicca, karma — all interests of Sully’s — that I had hoped to explore. Two days later I was told by Phillips that there would be no further interviewing and the band would rather the feature not run.

Why?

Who knows? Perhaps it’s the way Sully charachterizes people who join the military as guys who want to jump out of helicopters and shoot people and use infrared goggles. That doesn’t really jibe well with them being “brave souls” or honorable freedom-prtoecting people, does it?

Perhaps it has to do with Sully’s attitude towards the Navy’s recruiting efforts. Essentially he is saying that the Navy wasted their money by licensing Godsmack music for their advertisements, since the music has no influence/impact — none, zero — on the viewers.

And so on.

I suppose to a degree it’s like shooting fish in a barrel, but… lives are on the line. People need to be held accountable. I’ve been trying to interview this band since 2003. I finally got my chance. It’s stimulated a ton of discussion — check out blabbermouth.net’s various threads, or the number of blogs and rock news sites that are now picking this up, or the comments below, or the endless barrage of juvenile hatemail we’ve been receiving — and it’s embarassed the band into silence on the issue, which is better than the jingoism they’d been spouting previously.

Finally: Please keep in mind that Sully is a MILLIONAIRE living in a comfortable life. His band is using their music to help recruit poor, under-educated, foolish, impressionable kids into the military at a time of worthless, pointless war, the consequences of which we — all of us — will be feeling for the rest of our lives. If he doesn’t care to discuss this — all of this — he shouldn’t do interviews… especially with anti-war publications.

www.arthurmag.com/magpie/?p=1244



Compare with speedmetal industrial punkers MINISTRY, vs Bushes NWO (New World Order) remix:

Quote:

Hero

they get you ready to fight
the fuse is ready to blow
you shoot to kill on sight
they call you g i joe
you never wanted to stop
the smell of burning flesh
the hero marches alone
across the highway of death
it's not a matter of rights
it's just a matter of war
don't have a reason to fight
they never had one before
you're just a killing machine
he's come to take you down
we take the gas that we need
and pump the blood on the ground
they're gonna set you up
so they can take you down
they're gonna suck you dry
they've left the blood to be found
they're gonna rip you apart
you're gonna burn at the stake
cos when it's time to collect
it's only heroes who pay



N.W.O.

all the locals hide their tears of regret
open fire cos i love you to death
sky high, with a heartache of stone
you'll never see me cos i'm always alone
how to love without a trace of dissent
i'll buy the torture cos you pay for the rent
tied high with a broken command
you're all alone to the promised land
i'm in love with this malicious intent
you've been taken but you don't know it yet
what you will know must never live to be found
cos it's the subject of the eyes of the drowned

Bush Sr: What we are looking at is a New World Order
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www.darklyrics.com/m/ministry.html


NO W Ministry Evil Doer Tour 2004
http://ministry.freeloadmp3.com/houses-of-the-mole.html

www.ministrymusic.org
www.videocodezone.com/videos/m/ministry/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_(band)
http://ministry.nebema.org




http://music.yahoo.com/track/2103004
www.punkvoter.com


200 ROCK STARS AGAINST BUSH
www.spacechase.net/green/rock_against_bush.htm

BEN FRANK MASSIVE LINKS TO MP3 DOWNLOADS VS BUSH
www.benfrank.net/nuke/Free_Peace_mp3s.html



"You can't stop the signal!"
-Mr Universe, Pirate TV

FIREFLY SERENITY PILOT MUSIC VIDEO V2
Tangerine Dream - Thief Soundtrack: Confrontation
http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2006/03/8912.php

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