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Natives of destitution

The Subversive on February 19, 2013 16:03

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    This is a theme song based on the exploitation of indigionus people from around the world by conquering countries and religious orders to either take over or convert them, the lyrics my god is better than you're gods worse pretty much sums up the sentiment , I have a beliefe that these peoples were actully more civilised than the so called civilised, apart from the obvious sacrificing element, many of there peoples wanted for nothing and only offerend kindness, they took no more than they needed and gave everything they had spare, they lived with an equilibrum with nature and the earth so i ask who is the most civilised them or us, is our god really better than theirs even thought they beleived in the gods before us, even in modern times the same has happend to other indigenous peoples like the aborigonies andmany inuit tribes to mention a few, these peoples get moved into makeshift towns where many feel lost and take to alchol and drugs, whole communities are destroyed and many generations of knowledge are lost and for what, for who's purpose, for what goal, why has there been a moce concerted effort in the last decade to make these people dependent on the state whereas before they managed just fine, for many who know about stuff like this they will see the dot to dot picture before it is drawn, many times there is method behind the madness but this is madness gone insane, this stuff boils my blood have to say, anyway thats my rant over lol.

    this is certianly not my best audio mix, the vox are a bit distorted, i coudn't my finger on why
    the mic or the interface was playing up today but it was defo misbehaving somewhat


    From the missionaries to the conquistadors on a mission to exploit the innocent
    they rode their vessels and chariots bearing broken promises and false philosophies
    of my gods better and yours your gods worse and my gods better and yours your gods worse

    to the movement of the oceans to the movement of the stars
    they had acknowledge known before us of the movement of the stars
    in a time that’s was known before us in days before we were born
    they were taught by the cosmic brothers of the wisdom of the gods

    why couldn’t we leave them be why couldn’t we let them live
    why did we interfere in their destiny


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