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-----------------------------------------03 – STATE OF OPPRESSION
-----------------------------------------First-strike attack / Patriotic impulse
Don't pretend to mourn the dead. I refuse to.
Against organized suicide the blind have signed for.
Die on the battleground: a republican duty.
Shooting aimless bullets.
Honor and tradition to save democracy. The metastasis that is this slavery
Proud to serve your homeland. Taste of blood in the sand.
Second strike - long and slow resonances of the nails on their deathbed.
Human tragedy - killing me softly - off with their heads
Honor your dead - dishonor the living
Arm their “third-world”, controlled by blood.
Brand new day – Brand new enemy
Corrupt pieces of shit fueling the terror machine
Silence in the ranks, empty boots beating the path.
This is a state of oppression
Commentaires en Anglais:
“Conceit, arrogance, and egotism are the essentials of patriotism. […] Patriotism assumes
that our globe is divided into little spots, each one surrounded by an iron gate. Those who
have had the fortune of being born on some particular spot, consider themselves better,
nobler, grander, more intelligent than the living beings inhabiting any other spot. It is,
therefore, the duty of everyone living on that chosen spot to fight, kill, and die in the attempt
to impose his superiority upon all the others.” Emma Goldman, Patriotism: a menace to
liberty. (1911)
Commentaires en Français :
« Mépris, arrogance et égoïsme sont les trois éléments fondamentaux du patriotisme.
[…] Suivant la théorie du patriotisme, notre globe serait divisé en petits territoires, chacun
entouré d’une clôture métallique. Ceux qui ont la chance d’être nés sur un territoire
particulier se considèrent plus vertueux, plus nobles, plus grands, plus intelligents que ceux
qui peuplent un autre pays. Et c’est donc le devoir de tout habitant de ce territoire de se
battre, de tuer et de mourir pour tenter d’imposer sa supériorité à tous les autres. » Emma
Goldman (1911). Le patriotisme, une menace contre la liberté.