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Relax, it's Friday.
The song is excellent, but that's not the point. What's important and worth celebrating is the burgeoning awareness of the Federal Reserve global bankster heist. I mean, seriously, Motorhead just made a music video about it. Even the most cynical will succumb to the awesomeness in that.
It's why I launched The Bail, 23 months ago. And it's the only reason I gave up my life to sit in this chair 12 hours a day mucking through and assimilating unadulterated madness. As Shakespeare wrote, "Hell is empty. All the Devils are here." He was right. All the Devils are here. All over these pages.
I live my days surrounded by 3,000 stories and 10,000 videos of captured, corrupted, Mephistophelean, soul-sucking druids. I cannot escape it. You get to show up for 15 minutes, absorb the mayhem, and leave for saner pastures. Do not doubt that it's slowly killing me, unlike all previous obsessions during my 44 years, but I'm still Texas pissed every morn and eve, so I must not be dead, or certifiable, yet.
Rock on. Keep spreading the word. Keep educating friends, peers, co-workers, family, strangers at the bar. Whatever you're doing, it's working. November was large for traffic. Large. Awareness, baby. We're starting to win the war against these fucking bastards.
The City of London has so far survived the global economic meltdown, but now it faces a different threat: the wrath of hard rock veterans Motorhead.
In a music video for new song Get Back in Line the band gate-crash a bankers' club and attack them with fists, a baseball bat, a chair and trays of their own broken champagne flutes. Meanwhile the band belt out their song from a rooftop overlooking the Square Mile.
While the sentiment is not exactly in the spirit of Christmas, the lyrics will strike a chord with the many thousands of people who have been affected by the economic downturn.
- "We live on borrowed time, hope turned to dust. Nothing is forgiven, we fight for every crust," Lemmy sings.
Youtube version in case the original gets pulled...