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"Anarcho" Capitalist theme song (for the LULZ)

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by ryan1980, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. ryan1980

    ryan1980Experienced Member Experienced member


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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJQEI1d0blo[/video]

    I must say, I love the golf tee design. Sums it all up.

    And the lyrics are trite and topical and he manages to rant against crust/anarcho bands.

    She's got the peace sign button on her lapel
    She's got the coexist sticker on her hybrid car
    Talking Palestinian oppression in the Middle East
    And I like where this is going
    But then she tells me I should be forced to buy health insurance
    Like CIGNA ain't got enough money already
    She's got the proverbial gun literally aimed at my chest
    And when I balk, the conversation is over

    I say I am an anarcho-capitalist
    You're a left leaning liberal
    I adhere to the non-aggression principle
    While you stand in line at the movies to see Michael Moore

    And then this guy, he's pissed off about the bailout
    He's afraid that the government's going to take all his guns
    He's extremely upset about taxes
    And I like where this is going
    But then he's railing about Islamo-Fascists
    "Forget about due process, suspend habeas corpus,
    Nuke the sons of bitches now, ask questions later"
    And when I balk, the conversation is over

    I say I am an anarcho-capitalist
    You're a neo-conservative
    I adhere to the non-aggression principle
    While you repeat whatever you heard on Talk Radio

    Now there's a band on stage screaming about anarchy
    They got the guitars up loud and the beats real fast
    Sticking a middle finger up to authority,
    And I like where this is going
    But then I delve deeper into their philosophy
    They're talking egalitarian communes and animal rights
    No system of arbitration or division of labor
    No law and order -- no property rights

    Because if we never used money and only bartered
    And if we relegate ourselves to a loose tribal order
    And if no one worked for anybody else
    If the state would just abolish itself,

    Because we're too busy looking cool to bother
    If we all just sat around everyday smoking weed
    If punk rock became all acoustic
    Due to the shutting down of the electric company

    And if our dread locks finally grew together,
    Into one giant hairball of unity
    Then we'll have finally achieved egalitarian society
    Think of it as going camping - only forever... no thanks.

    I am an anarcho-capitalist
    You're a socio-anarchist
    I adhere to the non-aggression principle
    Your smell adheres to everything in 20ft radius
     

  2. vAsSiLy77

    vAsSiLy77Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    Re: Anti Capitalist theme song (for the LULZ)

    wtf - Read! Ryan!
    It's called "anarcho" capitalist theme song and it's plain stupid and annoying - for fucking fingerpointing alone this idiot can apply for a meeting with my left ("for the assholes") boot!
     
  3. ryan1980

    ryan1980Experienced Member Experienced member


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    Re: Anti Capitalist theme song (for the LULZ)

    lol, I totally missed that! :lmao: I meant to type "Anarcho"- capitalist theme song (For the LULZ), which would make infinitely more sense than Anti Capitalist theme song (For the LULZ)

    At any rate, I agree with you that this dumbass needs a swift kick.
     
  4. vAsSiLy77

    vAsSiLy77Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    reminds me of this "Bob Roberts" movie - especially with the defamatory lines:
    everybody "left" is stupid and blind and ridiculous - too bad that the infallible hero has nothing more to say than two lines about his "anarcho" believe - liberals going wild... almost as worse as those "right" folksingers...

    i recommend "Love me, I'm a liberal", written by Phil Ochs in the late 60's and covered by ol'Yello Biafra and Mojo Nixon - that's how an entertaining critique could sound and spread a message!
     
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