A political review of "Is this the life we really want?"

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Peter Harold
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Re: A political review of "Is this the life we really want?"

Post by Peter Harold » Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:30 pm

Well, I know I should keep my mouth shut up here, but...

Anyway.

When I was listening to the album "Is this the life we really want?", I felt sad because I can hear that Mr Roger Waters does sounds like a libertarian that is trapped inside the rotten corpse of socialism. Ok, I rephrase it before someone gets angry. I mean, he does sounds like a person that haven't really got it, that we are all victims of a political theater that tells us the lie of it being a choice between left and right, or between blue or red. And in the glasses of Mr Waters, the problem seems to be that the politics wasn't enough coloured in his fashion.

If you remove some of the "Fuck"-words, and try to think about what Mr. Waters see is a problem, then you realise that he is attacking the very same problems that the libertarian politician Dr. Ron Paul have done for half a man age. And that without being a socialist, whish is - sorry to tell you, folks - a good thing. "Do no harm", is not a slogan by Dr. Ron Paul. It is his golden rule when he does his politics. Years after years he have said "no" to spending American tax dollars in warfare. And that is really what the problem is, that later appears in the observations by Mr Roger Waters.

I hope my rant doesn't offend anyone too much, but I agree that all politics have been bad, and it doesn't matter if it is Clinton, Bush, Obama nor Trump that has to be the face of the evil. It lays down deeper than who is the show boy of the White House.

Shine on,
Peter

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Re: A political review of "Is this the life we really want?"

Post by Kerry King » Wed May 02, 2018 2:49 am

What Rog wants God gets.

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Re: A political review of "Is this the life we really want?"

Post by everton1690 » Wed May 02, 2018 11:11 pm

Fraud, who pretends to sing on Stage but mimes and rips the public off

Utter fraud

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Re: A political review of "Is this the life we really want?"

Post by Just1more » Mon May 07, 2018 8:48 pm

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