All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
SEE YOU ON THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON: Roger Waters Blames George Floyd Murder On The Jews
Roger Waters, the cofounder of Pink Floyd, said in an interview with the pro-Hamas Shehab News Agency that Floyd died in Minneapolis police custody last month because of "a technique invented by" the Israeli Defense Forces.
"That is an Israeli technique, taught to the militarized police forces of the United States of America by Israeli experts, who the Americans have been flying over to the United States, to teach them how to murder the blacks because they've seen how efficient the Israelis have been at murdering Palestinians in the occupied territories using those techniques," Waters said. "And they're proud of it."
This idiot has been conflating Jews with Nazis for many years now. He publicly condemned Scarlett Johansson for pitching Soda Stream, an Israeli made product that employs Muslim workers in the West bank. (To her credit she didn't back down).
Sad thing that he is one of only two rock stars to express public support for Julian Assange. The other is the equally odious Chrissy Hynde. (Bianca Jagger doesn't count.)
Roger Waters ought to take a clue from his bandmates. Seems they have more common sense than he has, and they know that maybe some things just are not theirs to speak about. Roger looks a bit crazed while he's speaking in that video; his eyes don't look quite normal.
"Dark Side of the Loon" -LOL.
Back when I used to be a big Classic Rock fan and Black Sabbath was even my favorite band, I always saw Pink Floyd as the most Satanic of them all.
Black Sabbath actually has a few songs that I consider Christian and Christian oriented to some degree.
Yeah, well Pink Floyd definitely portrayed the madness of Satanic experience.
I still like Black Sabbath.
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