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Famine, Pestilence, Death

from When Fear Is All Around Us by Smash The Statues



Good soil for the black gold between the Black and Caspian Sea where pipes are well controlled to maintain the supply for Uncle Sam. Upcoming instability? The troops are good to go! Defending territories and hegemonic power must be shown. Big brother on their human rights and don’t forget about their resource rights! Did I already mention resources?

You’re addicted to oil and afraid to lose control. But what happens on African soil doesn’t affect you so that results in no American sprawl. Remaining instability? The troops don’t need to go. Why should we save humanity when there are no resources* at all? Should we care about genocide and think about medical copyrights? Did I already mention conflict stones?

Their wars are accompanied by famine, pestilence and death. No profits for us so just let them die!

* Oops, I forgot about some semi-extinct tribes in Nigeria that gave us their oil. And other products like ivory and diamonds from conflict areas still seem to be popular too!


from When Fear Is All Around Us, released December 8, 2008




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Smash The Statues plays melodic, political hardcore punk if you're okay with that.

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