WikiRebels: The Documentary

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  1. If you hope for democracy and the demilitarization of our government and our society, this is the road home.

  2. the only reply possible is :

    wikirebels the documentary ….

    Here’s wishing you the bluest sky,
    And hoping something better comes tomorrow.
    Hoping all the verses rhyme,
    And the very best of choruses to
    Follow all the doubt and sadness.
    I know that better things are on the way.

    Here’s hoping all the days ahead
    Won’t be as bitter as the ones behind you.
    Be an optimist instead,
    And somehow happiness will find you.
    Forget what happened yesterday,
    I know that better things are on the way.

    It’s really good to see you rocking out
    And having fun,
    Living like you just begun.
    Accept your life and what it brings.
    I hope tomorrow you’ll find better things.
    I know tomorrow you’ll find better things.

    Here’s wishing you the bluest sky,
    And hoping something better comes tomorrow.
    Hoping all the verses rhyme,
    And the very best of choruses to
    Follow all the drudge and sadness.
    I know that better things are on the way.

    I know you’ve got a lot of good things happening up ahead.
    The past is gone it’s all been said.
    So here’s to what the future brings,
    I know tomorrow you’ll find better things.
    I know tomorrow you’ll find better things.

  3. in reply on Hillaryus Clinton :

    Now that your big eyes are finally opened.
    Now that you’re wondering, “How must they feel?”
    Meaning them that you’ve chased cross America’s movie screens;
    Now that you’re wondering, “How can it be real?”
    That the ones you’ve called colorful, noble and proud
    In your school propaganda,
    They starve in their splendour.
    You asked for our comment, I simply will render:
    My country ’tis of thy people you’re dying.

    Now that the long houses “breed superstition”
    You force us to send our children away
    To your schools where they’re taught to despise their traditions
    Forbid them their languages;
    Then further say that American history really began
    When Columbus set sail out of Europe and stress
    That the nations of leeches who conquered this land
    Were the biggest, and bravest, and boldest, and best.
    And yet where in your history books is the tale
    Of the genocide basic to this country’s birth?
    Of the preachers who lied?
    How the Bill of Rights failed?
    How a nation of patriots returned to their earth?
    And where will it tell of the Liberty Bell
    As it rang with a thud over Kinzua mud?
    Or of brave Unlce Sam in Alaska this year?
    My country ’tis of thy people you’re dying.

    Hear how the bargain was made for West,
    With her shivering children in zero degrees.
    ” Blankets for your land” – so the treaties attest.
    Oh well, blankets for land, that’s a bargain indeed.
    And the blankets were those Uncle Sam had collected
    From smallpox diseased dying soldiers that day.
    And the tribes were wiped out
    And the history books censored
    A hundred years of your statesmen
    say, “It’s better this way”.
    But a few of the conquered have somehow survived
    And their blood runs the redder
    Though genes have been paled.
    From the Grand Canyon’s caverns
    To Craven’s sad hills
    The wounded, the losers, the robbed sing their tale.
    From Los Angeles County to upstate New York,
    The white nation fattens while other grow lean.
    Oh the tricked and evicted they know what I mean:
    My country ’tis of thy people you’re dying.

    The past it just crumbled; the future just threatens
    Our life blood is shut up in your chemical tanks,
    And now here you come, bill of sale in your hand
    And surprise in your eyes, that we’re lacking in thanks
    For the blessings of civilisation you brought us
    The lessons you’ve taught us;
    The ruin you’ve wrought us;
    Oh see what our trust in America got us.
    My country ’tis of thy people you’re dying.

    Now that the pride of the sires receives charity.
    Now that we’re harmless and safe behind laws.
    Now that my life’s to be known as your heritage.
    Now that even the graves have been robbed.
    Now that our own chosen way is your novelty.
    Hands on our hearts
    We salute you your victory:
    Choke on your blue white and scarlet hypocrisy.
    Pitying your blindness; How you never see –
    that the eagles of war whose wings lent you glory,
    Were never no more than buzzards & crows:
    Pushed some wrens from their nest;
    Stole their eggs; changed their story.
    The mockingbird sings it;
    It’s all that she knows.
    ” Oh what can I do?”, say a powerless few.
    With a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye:
    Can’t you see how their poverty’s profiting you?
    My country ’tis of thy people you’re dying.

    ….

    blood is thicker than water

    and what comes around goes around

    agree ?

  4. you don’t need my permission Maximilian Forte because the poem is from a great lady : Buffy Sainte-Marie – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTqV1pnQooshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCWJYTCfjSg – and i did not ask for her permission because it is a very stupid announcement done by Hillaryus Clinton – another idiot is Palin – in the documentary and the other one is from Ray Davies of The Kinks and is to be found on Give The People What They Want – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXioctDPGn0 – and the only : question ? is ? WHO THE FUCK DO THEY THINK THEY ARE !!!!

  5. and this is where they all came and come from :

    LITTLE BOXES

    Little boxes on the hillside,
    Little boxes made of ticky tacky
    Little boxes on the hillside,
    Little boxes all the same,
    There’s a green one and a pink one
    And a blue one and a yellow one
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.

    And the people in the houses
    All went to the university
    Where they were put in boxes
    And they came out all the same
    And there’s doctors and lawyers
    And business executives
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.

    And they all play on the golf course
    And drink their martinis dry
    And they all have pretty children
    And the children go to school,
    And the children go to summer camp
    And then to the university
    Where they are put in boxes
    And they come out all the same.

    And the boys go into business
    And marry and raise a family
    In boxes made of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same,
    There’s a green one and a pink one
    And a blue one and a yellow one
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.

    Words and music by Malvina Reynolds.

    and this is what they like to do when you are for Peace on this dump :

    http://www.peteseeger.net/HUAC.htm

    http://www.peteseeger.net/court1961.htm

    and : YES !!!! THERE IS AND THERE WILL BE ALWAYS AND FOREVER WIKIREBELS !!!!

  6. did you know ? there are a lot of very brain sick people and believe it or not : they become the leaders of the people on this sick dump

  7. …. we want war ? ….

    …. THEY WANT WAR BECAUSE THEY ARE INSANE ….

    …. we want peace ? ….

    …. THERE IS PEACE WHEN THOSE INSANE LEAVE US ALONE ….

    ….

  8. did you know ? they like to make a deal now – in a very forced way of course – with the man – who is still in isolation of course – wich is against human rights and they or those know this for very sure – who brought it out who pointed to hillaryus clinton with a very childish remark – wich is this very mentally immature boy not to blame for – in a way because they or those are against crimes against humanity wich is : warfare …. now my remark about hillaryus clinton is to be understand : very clear …. and the very funny thing too is : those who commit those/these crimes are going still scot-free …. read historie on this ….

    this man is dead for years now but how right he was and still is ….

    Ring Ring I’ve got to Sing ….

    don’t cry my baby – don’t cry all the while
    don’t cry my baby – just give me a smile
    seen my daddy die in the war – seen my mamma die cryin’ for

    Ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing
    a-ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing

    they call me a hounddog – they call me a swine
    it’s all because of my color – for their war though I’m fine

    Ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing
    a-ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing – Dee dum dee dum

    they’re talkin’ ’bout freedom – of religion and race
    but if you’re a negro – they slap you in the face

    Ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing
    a-ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing

    so what’s the use fightin’ for – that sacred democracy
    when Ku Klux Klan murd’rers – are going scot-free

    Ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing
    a-ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing

    But I’m still happy – so don’t cry, my babe
    together we’ll strife for – bein’ free people some day

    Ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing
    a-ring-a a-ring-a – but I’ve got to sing

    dum dah dah dee yay-ay – dee dum dah dah dee day
    dee dum dah dah dee day-ay – dee dum dah dah dee yay

    and you have your dutch sebrenica hero overthere too

  9. and here is another one by this singer ….

    We want war

    Lordy, Lordy with your bloody ways.
    Send down the bomb at us ’till the earth she sways.
    Send down the friggin’ pest,
    For men we will not rest.
    We want another war.
    Somethin’ to figtin’ for.

    We’ll fight segregation, we’ll fight the black.
    We’ll fight the yellow race, the reds and then back.
    We want to hold a gun and shoot.
    That’s why we were born.
    And we want the bomb to boot,
    Or mankind is forlorn

    So give us war! war! war! like it ever was before.
    We’ll fight the viets,
    We’ll fight the vietnicks too.
    We’ll fight anybody,
    That’s what we’re livin’ for.
    We will creep upon them in the middle of night.
    And all we got to do is
    THINK THAT WE’RE RIGHT.

    and try to understand this : FAKE ….

    the first line :

    Van het lied dat zojuist gezongen werd, luiden de eerste woorden:

    ”Daar is uit ‘s werelds duistere wolken een licht der lichten opgegaan.’

    The song just sung, read the first words:

    ”It is from the world’s dark clouds, a light upon light absorbed. ”

    ….

    Ta Thakria Mou Eene Kafta ….

    agree ?

  10. this is the whole crap :

    Tekst kersttoespraak 2010 Koningin Beatrix

    ANP − 25/12/10, 14:06

    DEN HAAG – Koningin Beatrix las zaterdag haar 31e kerstrede.

    Hieronder de volledige tekst.

    Van het lied dat zojuist gezongen werd, luiden de eerste woorden:

    ”Daar is uit ‘s werelds duistere wolken een licht der lichten opgegaan.’

    Het is het licht van Jezus’ geboorte. Zijn komst op aarde en de weg die hij is gegaan richten het oog op wat het leven inhoud geeft en waarde. Kerstmis inspireert stil te staan bij wat wij belangrijk vinden. Het zijn dagen van bezinning op vragen waaraan wij aandacht willen geven en op alles waaraan wij hechten voor ons zelf, voor elkaar en voor een toekomst waarin wij kunnen geloven.

    Ieder mens heeft behoefte aan een veilige plek en een bestaan in harmonie met anderen; met elkaar maken wij deel uit van één samenleving. Daarom moeten wij zorgen dat de basis sterk blijft en de verhoudingen evenwichtig. Vrees voor onbestemde veranderingen leidt tot onrust en onzekerheid over de toekomst. Dan komt ook het maatschappelijk weefsel onder spanning. Wanneer mensen het vertrouwde niet meer herkennen, groeit wantrouwen. Maar geduld, respect en saamhorigheid kunnen tegenwicht bieden. Het komt aan op maatschappelijke verbondenheid. De uitdaging is steeds elkaar te betrekken bij het oplossen van problemen. Wie zich deelnemer voelt, wordt ook gesterkt in besef van eigenwaarde.

    Wie wil meewerken aan begrip en vertrouwen zal bereid moeten zijn eigen vooroordelen onder ogen te zien en zijn handelen te toetsen op de consequenties voor medemensen en de gevolgen voor de samenleving als geheel. Elke gemeenschap is geworteld in sociaal gevoel en vergt verantwoordelijkheid over en weer. Medemenselijkheid, betrokkenheid en solidariteit zijn krachten die binden en in moeilijke tijden houvast kunnen bieden.

    Steun wordt ook gezocht in het persoonlijk leven. In de kracht van eigen overtuiging kunnen mensen innerlijke zekerheid vinden. Maar wanneer in het leven de golven hoog gaan is moed nodig om vast te blijven houden aan beginselen. Tegen de stromen in komt het aan op standvastigheid.

    Uit verhalen over de Tweede Wereldoorlog kennen we indrukwekkende voorbeelden van persoonlijke moed, toen mensen die zichzelf niet moedig achtten, toch voor hun principes bleven staan. Hun keus had grote gevolgen voor anderen en voor henzelf. Ondanks vrees en vertwijfeling vonden zij tóch de kracht om trouw te blijven aan hun geloof in humane solidariteit.

    Die wereld van de oorlog ligt gelukkig ver achter ons. In het geschiedenisverhaal van jongere generaties spelen dan ook andere voorbeelden een rol. Opnieuw zijn er mensenâÇöver weg en soms dichtbijâÇödie in actie komen waar onrecht heerst. Er is nog altijd moed nodig om sterk te blijven en tegenstand te trotseren. Ook wij kunnen voor de vraag gesteld worden: waar staan we als het aankomt op gerechtigheid?

    Het geweten is de toetssteen die de keus bepaalt. Door vanuit beginselen te leren omgaan met goed en kwaad wordt iemands geweten van jongsaf gevormd. Daarin ligt de basis voor persoonlijke overtuiging en standvastigheid. Wie op eigen keuzen wordt aangesproken moet zich niet alleen tegenover zichzelf kunnen verantwoorden maar ook tegenover anderen.

    Dagelijks merken we dat over uitgangspunten en verwachtingen ten aanzien van het algemeen belang verschillend wordt gedacht. Het gevaar bestaat dat het gemeenschappelijke wordt verzwegen en verschillen worden uitvergroot. Dan worden muren van vermeende tegenstellingen opgetrokken en verharden standpunten. Maar het is juist belangrijk te zoeken naar wat verbindt en elkaar over en weer te bemoedigen.

    Uiteenlopende opvattingen horen natuurlijk bij een open samenleving. We kunnen de verschillen niet ontkennen maar moeten ze zien als startpunt voor maatschappelijke dialoog. Het is niet nodig elkaar te overtuigen om elkaar te verdragen. Dát is de basis van wederzijds respect.

    Bemoediging vinden wij evenzeer in het delen van waarden die door de eeuwen heen gestalte hebben gekregen. Die zijn herkenbaar op tal van plaatsen waar mensen vreedzaam met elkaar verkeren en samenwerken. Van oudsher berust dit op verdraagzaamheid, zorgvuldigheid en hulpvaardigheid. Deze principes zijn ook vandaag essentieel. Behandel anderen zoals u wilt dat zij u behandelen. Zo heeft Jezus de bekende gulden regelâÇöwat gij niet wilt dat u geschiedt, doet dat ook een ander nietâÇöpósitief geformuleerd.

    Bij de processen die het menselijk leven beheersen zijn wij allen betrokken. In tal van verbanden zijn wij met elkaar verbonden. Door ons te richten op een gemeenschappelijk perspectief kunnen wij trachten angst en argwaan te overwinnen en een goede balans te vinden tussen ‘wij’ en ‘zij’. In de boodschap van geloof, hoop en liefde geeft Kerstmis ons bezieling en bemoediging.

    Ik wens U allen een gezegend Kerstfeest toe.

    ….

    Text Christmas speech 2010 Queen Beatrix

    AP – 12.25.1910, 14:06

    THE HAGUE – Queen Beatrix read Saturday’s 31st Christmas speech.

    Below the full text.

    The song just sung, the first words read:

    There is”from the world’s dark clouds, a light upon light absorbed. ”

    It is the light of Jesus’ birth. His arrival on earth and the way he has gone for focusing on what gives life meaning and value. Christmas inspires reflect on what we find important. These are days of reflection on questions which we want to give attention to everything that we value for ourselves, each other and a future in which we can believe.

    Every person needs a safe place and a life in harmony with others, together we are part of a society. Therefore we must ensure the base remains strong and balanced proportions. Fear of change leads to vague unrest and uncertainty about the future. Then comes the social fabric under tension. When people no longer recognize the familiar, distrust grows. But patience, respect and solidarity can counterbalance. It comes down to social solidarity. The challenge is always to each other in solving problems. Anyone who feels participant, is also strengthened in the sense of self.

    Anyone who wishes to contribute to understanding and trust must be prepared to confront their own prejudices and his actions to assess the consequences for other people and the consequences for society as a whole. Each community has its roots in social awareness and responsibility takes over and over again. Humanity, compassion and solidarity are forces that bind and offer support in difficult times.

    Support is also sought in personal life. In the power of people’s convictions can find inner security. But when the waves are high in life takes courage to go to hold on to principles. Against the tide comes down to perseverance.

    Stories from World War II, we know impressive examples of personal courage, when people themselves are not considered brave, but stood for their principles. Their choice had serious consequences for others and for themselves. Despite fear and despair she felt after all the strength to remain true to their faith in human solidarity.

    That world of war, thankfully, long gone. In the narrative history of younger generations, therefore, play a role in other examples. Again there are mensenâÇöver dichtbijâÇödie away and sometimes come into action where injustice prevails. There is still need courage to stay strong and brave opposition. We too may be asking yourself: where do we stand when it comes to justice?

    The conscience is the touchstone that determines the choice. By working from principles to deal with good and evil is one’s conscience is formed from childhood. Therein lies the basis of personal conviction and perseverance. Those who own choices must be addressed not only to themselves but also justify to others.

    Every day we notice that on assumptions and expectations of the public interest differences of opinion. The danger exists that the joint is concealed and differences are magnified. Then walls of alleged contradictions raised and hardened positions. But it is important to seek what unites and to encourage one another.

    Divergent views together of course with an open society. We can not deny the differences, but they see it as a starting point for social dialogue. It is not necessary to persuade each other to endure. That is the basis of mutual respect.

    We also find encouragement in the sharing of values which have been shaped over the centuries. These are recognizable in many places where people find themselves together peacefully and work together. Traditionally this is based on tolerance, diligence and helpfulness. These principles are essential today. Treat others as you want them to treat you. Thus, Jesus is the famous golden regelâÇöwat you do not want done to yourself that another nietâÇöpósitief formulated.

    With the processes that govern human life we are all involved. In many respects we are linked. By focusing on a common perspective, we try to overcome fear and suspicion and a good balance between ‘us’ and ‘them’. The message of faith, hope and love Christmas gives us inspiration and encouragement.

    I wish you all a blessed Christmas to.

    ….

  11. Look everyone, he’s coming through the doors
    BRILLIANT he didn’t even open them
    He’s here
    Quick rik do the speech
    Hey kids, stop snogging and pay attention to me
    Coz if you’re a wild eyed loner standing at the gates of oblivion
    Then hitch a ride with us, cuz we’re on the last freedom moped out of nowhere city
    And we haven’t even told our parents what time we’ll be back
    So pull on your dancing trousers and get down to the total and utter king of rock’n’roll

    CLIFF RICHARD

    Got myself a cryin’, talkin’, sleepin’, walkin’, livin’ doll
    Got to do my best to please her just cos she’s a livin’ doll
    Got a rovin’ eye and that is why she satisfies my soul
    I got the one and only walkin’ talkin’ livin’ doll

    O.K guys, ready Viv
    Completely ready when you are Shaky
    Neil
    Does anybody know where the toilets are
    Mike
    Does all this money really have to go to charity
    Yes it does michael, hi Cliff it’s me
    Who are you
    Great joke your majesty

    Got myself a cryin’, talkin’, sleepin’, walkin’, livin’ doll (livin doll)
    Got to do my best to please her just cos she’s a livin’ doll (livin doll)
    I got a rovin’ eye and that is why she satisfies my soul (fies my soul) (fies my soul?)
    (Yes Vivien it’s raunchy)
    I got the one and only walkin’ talkin’ livin’ doll

    Shut up guys
    What does this button do
    Take a look at her hair, it’s real
    If you don’t believe what I say, just feel (Do I know this girl)
    I’m gonna lock her up in a trunk so no big hunk
    Can steal her away from me (Get down)

    Got myself a cryin’, talkin’, sleepin’, walkin’, livin’ doll
    Hey Cliff I’ve just invented a great new sound
    Got to do my best to please her just cos she’s a livin’ doll (Settle down chaps)
    Got a rovin’ eye and that is why she satisfies my soul
    I got the one and only walkin’ talkin’ livin’ doll

    OK daddio lay the next funky bit on me
    He means what happens now Cliff
    The instrumental break
    Great Cliff which instruments do you want us to break
    Piano
    Violin
    Didgereedoo
    Vivien’s trousers
    Rik’s head
    Yeah ugh ugh Neil’s head
    Cliffs head
    NO NO

    Well take a look at her hair, it’s real
    If you don’t believe what I say, just feel
    I’m gonna lock her up in a trunk so no big hunk
    Can steal her away from me

    I still feel locking her up in a trunk is politically unsound
    It’s only a song Rik
    Well I feel sorry for the elephant

    Got myself a cryin’, talkin’, sleepin’, walkin’, livin’ doll
    Got to do my best to please her just cos she’s a livin’ doll (All right guys, harmonies now)
    Got a rovin’ eye and that is why she satisfies my soul
    I got the one and only walkin’ talkin’ livin’ doll
    Oohhoohhoohh
    I got the one and only walkin’ talkin’ livin’ doll

    Can I go now

    Er yes thanks Cliff, bye

    Right kids if you don’t buy this record then you’re an utter utter utter utter utter

    ….

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