There's another thread going on right now "what is your favorite war song". I just love these threads because I get to share my favorites and
learn new ones (or remember one's I've forgotten).
I noticed that there was no hip hop or rap. So I asked my daughter for some suggestions (a couple of which I will post in that thread) and she
recommended this - which is not really a war song but quite a doozie of a conspiracy song.
I offer Public Enemy's "Son of a Bush" - a lot of information in this video:
I don't know that this qualifies, but it's the first thing I thought of :
We interrupt this program with a special bulletin:
America is now under martial law.
All constitutional rights have been suspended.
Stay in your homes.
Do not attempt to contact loved ones, insurance agents or attorneys.
Do not attempt to think or depression may occur.
Stay in your homes.
Curfew is at 7 PM sharp after work.
Anyone caught outside the gates of their subdivision sectors after curfew
will be shot.
Remain calm, do not panic.
Your neighborhood watch officer will be by to collect urine samples in
Anyone caught interfering with the collection of urine examples will be
Stay in your homes, remain calm.
The number one enemy of progress is questions.
National security is more important than individual will.
All sports broadcasts will proceed as normal.
No more than two people may gather anywhere without permission.
Use only the drugs prescribed by your boss or supervisor.
Shut up, be happy.
Obey all orders without question.
The comfort you've demanded is now mandatory.
At last everything is done for you.
Creepy, right? This came out in the late 80's early 90's, it's reeeaaally creepy now!
Can you post a link to the other thread? Thx
edit on 1-8-2013 by curiouscanadian777 because: add comment
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