After the enormous commercial success of their 1978 hit "Y.M.C.A." which unexpectedly became the unofficial hymn and powerful advertising tool for the YMCA, the United States Navy contacted group manager Henri Belolo for production of a similar song about the United States Navy, considering using the song in a recruiting advertising campaign on television and radio. Henri Belolo gave the rights for free on the condition that the Navy help them shoot the music video. Less than a month later, Village People arrived at the San Diego Naval base. The Navy provided them with a warship (USS Reasoner (FF-1063)), several aircraft, and the crew of the ship (with the stipulation that the crew wouldn't dance).
Originally posted by Biigs
Im not a huge fan of Alex, but when your right your right.
Pretty much sums up MSM and the army are in bed and will use any means to get people to fight.
"Do you like Katey Perry? well you ARE GUNNA LOVE the army!" - people who like Katey Perry generally dont care about world politics and thats EXACTLY who they want in their army, not just more females.
edit: gave S+F ! nice find i never get to hear things like this in the UK (thanks ats for being what it is)
edit on 28-3-2012 by Biigs because: (no reason given)
What women don't seem to realize is that they gave up their greatest power. The guidance of a nation through their children. They gave up that gift to the state. Now they are shackled to a job, like a man, helping to make the elitists richer through taxes, like a man. Working for the man. Telling themselves, "I'am liberated."