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Elementary Morality/Jah-Allah-Gaya-Radha-Krsna (w/ Noam Chomsky/ActionTaken/Nomades Galaktikos)

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Published on Jan 17, 2009

Noam Chomsky interview on Elementary Morality set to music by Reggaebands Action Taken (DK) and Nomades Galaktikos (Brasil/Arg.)

Music from Action Takens 2005 CD: "Reparation Time", maybe just still free for download: on www.actiontaken.dk/music.htm

Lyrics:

JAH-ALLAH-GAYA-RADHA-KRSNA / ELEMENTARY MORALITY
©2002 Noam Chomsky, ©2004 Gaston Peratta, ©2004 Thor Caf

If they do it, it's terrorism.
If we do it, it's counter-terrorism. That's a historical universal.
Go back to Nazi propaganda
The most extreme mass murderers ever

Oh Hallelujah
Hare Krishna
Allah ak Bar
Haile Sellasie I

Rasta far I
It's a reggae music
Positive Vibration

Yes culture has to move clean
But with race -
Theres non such as clean
Were all mixed blood
From way back when
Jah Allah Gaia Radha Krsna

Ja caminei...

Jah Allah...

Oh Hallelujah
Rasta far I
Haile Sellasie I
Hare Krishna
Allah ak Bar

So what was the just cause in, for example, slaughtering Kurds in southeastern Turkey?
What was the just cause?
What was the just cause in supporting Suharto, when he killed a couple hundred thousand landless peasants in Indonesia, went on to become one of the biggest torturers in the world and then destroyed, eh, slaughtered one-third of the population in East Timor, what was the just cause?
What was the just cause?

What was the just cause when we invaded South Vietnam ending up killing millions of people, leaving the country devastated.
They're still dying from chemical warfare.
What was the just cause?
What was the just cause?

What was the just cause when we fought a war, to a large extent against the Catholic Church in Central America in the 1980s, killing hundreds of thousands of people, every imaginable kind of torture and devastation, what was the just cause?
Can I continue.
Yeah, we where the just cause for people like Kaplan was yes, we did it, therefore it's a just cause.
You can read that in the Nazi archives too.

Jah Allah...

Oh Hallelujah
Positive Vibration

A hypocrite is a person who focuses on the other fellow's crimes and refuses to look at his own. That's the definition of hypocrite by George Bush's favorite philosopher. When I repeat that I'm not taking a radical position. I'm taking a position that is just elementary morality.

Here's an experiment.
Try to find a phrase in the massive commentary on September 11th, which is not hypocritical in the sense of George Bush's favorite philosopher.

Puedes...

Jah Allah...

We are gonna do our best to shake awake the dancing warrior in you, and motivate you all to go fight for the New Revolution, not another bloodshed

What honest people are saying seems to be incomprehensible:
That we should keep to the elementary moral level of the gospels.
We should pay attention to our own crimes and stop committing them. This would be true even if we were killing one person, Okay?
And it's even more true when we're killing millions of people.

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