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Eminem Mosh Lyrics

October 30, 2004

These are the latest lyrics from rapper Eminem, and a link to download the powerful video (which is huge)

MOSH VIDEO LINK

http://www.guerrillanews.com/content/eminem_mosh.html

LYRICS

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America
And to the Republic for which it stands
One nation under God
Indivisible...
It feels so good to be back..

I scrutinize every word, memorize every line
I spit it once, refuel and re-energize and rewind
I give sight to the blind, my insight through the mind
I exercise my right to express when I feel it's time
It's just all in your mind, what you interpret it as
I say to fight, you take it as I'mma whip someone's ass
If you don't understand, don't even bother to ask
A father who has grown up with a fatherless past
Who has blown up now to rap phenomenon that has
Or at least shows no difficulty multi-task
And in juggling both perhaps mastered his craft
Slash entrepreneur who has held onto few more rap acts
Who's had a few obstacles thrown his way through the last half
Of his career typical manure moving past that
Mr. kisses ass crack, he's a class act
Rubber band man, yea he just snaps back

[Chorus:]
Come along follow me as I lead through the darkness
As I provide just enough spark that we need to proceed
Carry on, give me hope, give me strength
Come with me and I won't steer you wrong
Put your faith and your trust as I guide us through the fog
To the light at the end of the tunnel
We gonna fight, we gonna charge, we gonna stomp, we gonna march
Through the swamp, we gonna mosh through the marsh
Take us right through the doors (c'mon)

All the people up top on the side and the middle
Come together lets all bomb and swamp just a little
Just let it gradually build from the front to the back
All you can see is a sea of people some white and some black
Don't matter what color, all that matters we gathered together
To celebrate for the same cause don't matter the weather
If it rains let it rain, yea the wetter the better
They ain't gonna stop us they can't, we stronger now more than ever
They tell us no we say yea, they tell us stop we say go
Rebel with a rebel yell, raise hell we gonna let em know
Stomp, push, shove, mush, Fuck Bush, until they bring our troops home (c'mon)

[Chorus]

Imagine it pouring, it's raining down on us
Mosh pits outside the oval office
Someone's tryina tell us something,
Maybe this is god just sayin' we're responsible
For this monster, this coward,
That we have empowered
This is Bin Laden, look at his head noddin'
How could we allow something like this without pumping our fists
Now this is our final hour
Let me be the voice in your strength and your choice
Let me simplify the rhyme just to amplify the noise
Try to amplify the times it, and multiply by six...
Teen million people, Are equal at this high pitch
Maybe we can reach alqueda through my speech
Let the president answer a higher anarchy
Strap him with an Ak-47, let him go, fight his own war
Let him impress daddy that way
No more blood for oil, we got our own battles to fight on our own soil
No more psychological warfare, to trick us to thinking that we ain't loyal
If we don't serve our own country, we're patronizing a hero
Look in his eyes its all lies
The stars and stripes, they've been swiped, washed out and wiped
And replaced with his own face, Mosh now or die
If I get sniped tonight you know why,
Cause I told you to fight.

[Chorus]

And as we proceed,
To Mosh through this desert storm,
In these closing statements, if they should argue
Let us beg to differ
As we set aside our differences
And assemble our own army
To disarm this Weapon of Mass Destruction
That we call our President, for the present
And Mosh for the future of our next generation
To speak and be heard
Mr. President, Mr. Senator
Do you guy's hear us...hear us...[laughing] (Hailie)


Cheers Rich

Posted by rlancaster at 12:21 AM

American Idiot

October 19, 2004

Lyrics to the Title Track of the Number One Album in America Today

Don't wanna be an American idiot.
Don't want a nation thats under the new media.
Can you hear the sound of hysteria?
The subliminal mindfuck America.

Welcome to a new kind of tension.
All across the alien nation.
Everything isn't meant to be okay.
Television dreams of tomorrow.
We're not the ones who're meant to follow.
Convincing them to walk you.

Well maybe I'm the faggot America.
I'm not a part of a redneck agenda.
Now everybody do the propaganda.
And sing along in the age of paranoia.

Welcome to a new kind of tension.
All across the alien nation.
Everything isn't meant to be okay.
Television dreams of tomorrow.
We're not the ones who're meant to follow.
Convincing them to walk you.

Don't wanna be an American idiot.
Don't want a nation controlled by the media.
Information nation of hysteria.
It's going out to idiot America.

Welcome to a new kind of tension.
All across the alien nation.
Everything isn't meant to be okay.
Television dreams of tomorrow.
We're not the ones who're meant to follow.
Convincing them to walk you.

Posted by rlancaster at 06:26 PM | Comments (2)

AMERICA’S ADDICTION TO ASIAN CREDIT

October 13, 2004

Todd Stein & Steven McIntyre
The Texas Hedge Report
October 11, 2004
Courtesy of www.texashedge.com

“Now, how do they pay for that deficit? They have to go borrow money. Most of it they borrow from the Chinese and the Japanese government. Sure, these countries are competing with us for good jobs, but how can we enforce our trade laws against our bankers? I mean, come on.” - Bill Clinton at the2004 Democratic National Convention

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This quote by former President Bill Clinton was perhaps his most important quote in several years, yet the media didn’t give it much attention. While Clinton’s intentions were no doubt entirely political, it is worth some time to give a little thought to the growing purchases of US Dollars by Asian central banks.


Asian central banks have been financing America’s $500 billion current account deficit mostly via the purchasing of US Treasuries. To get a better grip on this number, try to understand that America needs $1 million of Asian capital every minute in order to maintain its current standard of living. Asia presently holds over $2 trillion in foreign exchange reserves and shows no sign of reversing this trend.

While it is not news that Asia's reserves continue to increase, it is worth nothing that Japan, China, South Korea and other countries have started to reassess their appetite for US Treasuries. Some Asian finance ministers have spoken out openly about diversifying out of dollars and plowing reserves into alternatives such as gold and euros. As the dollar has fallen to record lows against several currencies, more international scrutiny has been applied to how the United States would fund its fiscal and current account deficits without Asian credit. If America doesn’t decrease its dependence on foreign capital, the dollar could weaken further, forcing the Federal Reserve to choose between (1) protecting its currency by raising interest rates and choking off economic growth or (2) continue debasing the dollar which could potentially result in hyperinflation.

Unfortunately, American businesses, consumers and governmental organizations show no signs of reducing their addiction to foreign capital. Eventually, however, the pace of dollars pouring into Asian coffers will slow or, even scarier, reverse. And with a global dollar glut becoming reality, it will take an increasing amount of currency to purchase the same goods and services. When this happens, we expect to see rising prices at Wal-Mart stores, gas stations and grocery stores as tanker loads of dollars end up back on our shores.

The fact is that Japan and China have America by the throat economically - although a dollar crisis here will have adverse effects everywhere. While America’s military power is undisputed, there have been signs of China flexing its economic might in order to contain the United States militarily. Our government’s stance on Taiwan, for example, has changed significantly in China’s favor over the last decade. It was only eight years ago when the U.S. responded to Chinese missile threats by sending warships to the Taiwan Strait, in what would become the largest show of naval force since the Vietnam War. It will be interesting to see what America’s reaction will be to Chinese aggression in the future as its leaders have clearly stated that Taiwan is next in line for reunification. During the past few years, reports have surfaced that China has deployed hundreds of short-range ballistic missiles opposite Taiwan. According to the Asia Times, Pentagon officials told Taiwan that by next year, China might be able to deter US counterattacks as “China is adding not only 75 short-range missiles against Taiwan each year but also an inventory of amphibious carriers and light tanks, cruise missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles, and a network of surveillance satellites.”

So while President Clinton points out America’s inability to enforce its trade laws against its creditors, we suggest readers read the military and monetary tealeaves as well. If tensions arise with Japan or China, then we expect to see massive dollar selling as a result.


October 11, 2004
Todd Stein & Steven McIntyre
Texas Hedge Report

Todd Stein & Steven McIntyre are internationally known analysts and editors of The Texas Hedge Report, a market newsletter that highlights under and overvalued securities in the equity, bond, currency, and commodity markets

For more information, go to http://www.texashedge.com

Posted by manystrom at 06:39 AM | Comments (7)

Team America '04 - Leaders in War Profiteering

October 06, 2004

Team America Movie Poster.jpg

The United States has been the foremost exporter of weapons of all kinds of destruction since the end of WWII, Britain is close behind in second place. War is a massive economic driver, has been since the First Great Depression - think about it........we've been at war since the 1940's. War is now perpetual.

Profit is critical in a fractional reserve banking system that depends on a central bank. So war and driving profit and growth are very synergistic. When you add perpetual growth, war and taxes together you get an amazing soup of global dysfunction that now spans decades, if not century's.

Wouldn't you like to see just how many tax dollars have been spent on the Cold War, the Vietnam War and now the War on Terrorism since 1940. It'd staggering.

And now the current "Team America" seem hellbent on breaking all previous world records for creating mayhem, violence, terror and therefore war profits. Lets take a look at some of the basics:

Carlysle Group connections to current and former world leaders are now well known. The Bin Laden family were investors in Carlisle, which is run by such notables as Bush Snr, James Baker, former Prime Minister John Major, Frank Carlucci, among others. These guys have stakes in the Unocal pipeline in Afghanistan, the Anthrax vaccine (which we don't hear much about right now), some of the latest, most expensive weapons systems - like the Crusader - and a number of other massively profitable businesses that are flourishing with the massive injection of freshly printed cash this government is flooding in to the domestic defence economy - let the good times roll!

Dick "Halliburton" Cheney has now helped his former employer to more than $4.2 BILLION of tax payers money. Of course now Kellog, Brown & Root have been busted they are being left out in the cold, they will probably even make a temporary loss before being re-made in another image, re-branded and re-launched. Look at the history of war profiteering with US companies since WW II (even before that back as far as the Civil War) it is disgusting.

Buy a copy of "Trading With the Enemy" which tells the story of the Bush family connections to the Nazi's and how they profited in prior generations. This is not a new phenomena - they are dynasty's built around war profiteering.

But it's not just about directly profiting, someone has to do some of the dirty political work.

Remember Paul Bremer, former Sultan of Baghdad and longtime Kissinger protege? He has now made public that he needed more troops to win the peace in Iraq - now there's a concept. He took over Iraq "after" the war and needed more troops to police the Iraqi people than were needed to win the war in the first place. Someone screwed up somewhere!

Rumsfeld, aka Skeletor from the old Masters of the Universe cartoon show, has now admitted that there is no provable link between the Saudi Arabian terrorist group called Al Qaida and the former US-backed dictator (turned rogue) Saddam Hussein. Well most of us knew that before the war - why didn't they just ask some of us?

First British President Tony Blair has now formally apologized for his lies about weapons of mass destruction (blaming the intel community). Now the world is forgiving him for at least being man enough to finally tell the truth, in the old days he would've been voted out of office - but the elite in Britain have decided not to offer up any credible opposition to Blair so the people continue along the road towards a Fascistic Monarchy, somekind of new political entity!

The whole notion of WMD in Iraq is intriguing - IF they found WMD where would they have been manufactured??? Who would've been the suppliers? Well I think we know the embarassing answer to these questions - labels on the sides of those cannisters would've said "Made in the USA by Team America."

Cheers Rich

Posted by rlancaster at 12:56 AM | Comments (47)
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