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  1. #101
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  2. #102


    I simply remember all these kinds of things
    And then I donít fear so badÖ

    Black rage is founded who fed us self hatred
    Lies and abuse while we waited and waited
    Spiritual treason
    This grid and it's cages
    Black rage was founded on these kinds of things

    Black rage is founded on dreaming and draining
    Threatening your freedom
    To stop your complaining
    Poisoning your water
    While they say it's raining
    Then call you mad
    For complaining, complaining
    Old time bureaucracy
    Drugging the youth
    Black rage is founded on blocking the truth
    Murder and crime
    Compromise and distortion
    Sacrifice, sacrifice
    Who makes this fortune?
    Greed, falsely called progress
    Such human contortion
    Black rage is founded on these kinds of things

    So when the dog bites
    And the ceilings
    And Iím feeling mad
    I simply remember all these kinds of things
    And then I donít fear so bad

    Free enterprise
    Is it myth or illusion
    Forcing you back into purposed confusion
    Black human trafficking
    Or blood transfusion
    Black rage is founded on these kinds of things
    Victims of violence
    Both psyche and body
    Life out of context IS living ungodly
    Politics, politics
    Greed falsely called wealth
    Black rage is founded on denying of self
    Black human packages
    Tied and subsistence
    Having to justify your very existence
    Try if you must
    But you canít have my soul
    Black rage is founded on ungodly control
    So when the dog bites
    And the beatings
    And Iím feeling so sad
    I simply remember all these kinds of things
    And then I donít feel so bad
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  3. #103


    St. Louis band from '69 called "Touch" the end part is called "Get a Gun"...apropos...
    "America was never great"

    "Anyone who analyzes the state of affairs in the world will find that it is the imperialists and capitalists, who subject the world to the worst poverty, the worst backwardness, and they are simply the scourge of mankind." - Fidel

    "Privilege begets psychopathy" - blindpig

  4. #104
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  5. #105


    Zeca Afonso - Gr‚ndola, Vila Morena
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  6. #106


    One of the first Theodorakis concerts after the dictatorship in october 1974 was also filmed by german television. Here are the songs of that broadcast.

    Enato Chelidoni from Axion Esti (Elytis) with Antonis Kaloyannis

    Ena to Helidoni - Engish Lyrics

    Lone is the swallow and costly (precious) the spring,
    For the sun to turn it takes a lot of work,
    It takes a thousand dead sweating at the wheels,
    It takes the living also shedding their blood.

    God my Master Builder, You built me into the mountains,
    God my Master Builder, You enclosed me in the sea!

    Magicians carried off the body of May,
    They buried the body in a tomb of the sea,
    They sealed it up in a deep well,
    Its scent fills the darkness and all the Abyss.

    God my Master Builder, You too among the Easter lilacs,
    God my Master Builder, You felt the scent of Resurrection
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  7. #107
    Take Them Down- Early Rising People
    David Tollisen

    Published on Feb 4, 2014
    If you really support the message of this video, then it's a good idea to help get the song out into the world by spreading it and by downloading the song or entire album at http://earlyrisingpeople.com/. There you can also hear the other 13 songs. Thanks.

    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  8. #108
    Thunderclap Newman "Something in the air" 1969



    Despite it all a good tune & the lyrics work

    Call out the instigators
    Because there's something in the air
    We've got to get together sooner or later
    Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right
    And you know that it's right

    We have got to get it together
    We have got to get it together now

    Lock up the streets and houses
    Because there's something in the air
    We've got to get together sooner or later
    Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right
    And you know that it's right

    We have got to get it together
    We have got to get it together now

    Hand out the arms and ammo
    We're going to blast our way through here
    We've got to get together sooner or later
    Because the revolution's here, and you know it's right
    And you know that it's right

    We have got to get it together
    We have got to get it together
    Now

    'Instigators', that's us folks.

    RIP Andy Neuman
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  9. #109
    "America was never great"

    "Anyone who analyzes the state of affairs in the world will find that it is the imperialists and capitalists, who subject the world to the worst poverty, the worst backwardness, and they are simply the scourge of mankind." - Fidel

    "Privilege begets psychopathy" - blindpig

  10. #110
    "America was never great"

    "Anyone who analyzes the state of affairs in the world will find that it is the imperialists and capitalists, who subject the world to the worst poverty, the worst backwardness, and they are simply the scourge of mankind." - Fidel

    "Privilege begets psychopathy" - blindpig

  11. #111
    QELD - Oligarch Hit Squad



    "I'm taking a shit on your golf course." Okey dokey, good enough for me.
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  12. #112
    Welcome to the united snakes....

    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  13. #113
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  14. #114


    Lord, in a bourgeois town
    It's a bourgeois town
    I got the bourgeois blues
    Gonna spread the news all around

    Home of the brave, land of the free
    I don't wanna be mistreated by no bourgeoisie
    Lord, in a bourgeois town
    Uhm, the bourgeois town
    I got the bourgeois blues
    Gonna spread the news all around

    Well, me and my wife we were standing upstairs
    We heard the white man say "I don't want no niggers up there"
    Lord, in a bourgeois town
    Uhm, bourgeois town
    I got the bourgeois blues
    Gonna spread the news all around

    Well, them white folks in Washington they know how
    To call a colored man a nigger just to see him bow
    Lord, it's a bourgeois town
    Uhm, the bourgeois town
    I got the bourgeois blues
    Gonna spread the news all around
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  15. #115
    The Coup - "The Guillotine"




    Intro]
    Hey you!
    We got your war
    We're at the gates
    We're at your door

    [Hook]
    We got the guillotine
    We got the guillotine, you better run

    [Verse 1]
    We want to thank you for flying with us
    We know you coulda stayed home, just cried and cussed
    May all your guns go off if it's time to bust
    May all they tanks have time to rust
    They got the armies turning bullets into gold
    They got the hookers turning tricks in the cold
    And every time the police kicks in a door
    An angel gas breaks sticks in the O
    And even if a d-boy flips him a O
    It ain't enough to buy shit anymore
    Sleep in the doorway, piss on the floor
    Look in the sky, wait for missiles to show
    It's finna blow cause
    They got the TV, we got the truth
    They own the judges and we got the proof
    We got hella people, they got helicopters
    They got the bombs and we got the, we got the

    [Hook]

    [Bridge: Silk-E]
    Don't talk about it
    It won't show
    Be about it
    It's 'bout to blow
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    [Verse 2]
    I just spit the dope lines, I don't snort 'em
    Tell the boss to call police to escort him
    You don't write all them lines, you just quote 'em
    Get offline, plug in to this modem
    No, you can't out-vote 'em
    The rules is still golden
    Only jewels we holding is if we guarding our scrotum
    If you press your ear to the turf that is stolen
    You can hear the sound of limitations exploding
    Please sir, may we have another portion?
    We're children of the beast that dodged the abortion
    Neck placed firm 'tween the floor and the Florsheim
    We'll shut your shit down, don't call it extortion
    Caution -- we're coming for your head
    So call the Feds and get files to shred
    Every textbook read said bring you the bread
    But guess what we got you instead?

    [Hook]

    [Outro: Silk-E]
    Let's keep it banging like a shotgun
    We in a war before we fought one
    Now if you're tired of working from day to day
    A common enemy, we got one
    Now keep it banging like a shotgun
    We in a war before we fought one
    Now if you're tired of working from day to day
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  16. #116


    Goddamn straight.
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  17. #117
    A song for these times.....



    Greg Lake died, but ya can't find the original on the net, Mr Fripp has been assidious. Bass and Guitar here by John Wetton.

    Cat's foot, iron claw
    Neuro surgeons scream for more
    At paranoia's poison door
    21st century schizoid man

    Blood rack, barbed wire
    Politician's funeral pyre
    Innocence raped with napalm fire
    21st century schizoid man

    Dead sea, blind man's greed
    Poet's starving children bleed
    Nothing he's got, he really needs
    21st century schizoid man

    Written by Greg Lake, Ian Mcdonald, Michael Rex Giles, Peter John Sinfield, Robert Fripp ē Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  18. #118
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

  19. #119
    "We say to the workers: 'You will have to go through fifteen, twenty, fifty years of civil wars and international wars, not only in order to change existing conditions, but also in order to change yourselves and fit yourselves for the exercise of political power."'

    MARX (On the Communist Trial at Cologne, 1851).

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