'Barbarism – but Barbara's their destiny' to say about the Bush family. First Lady Barbara Bush and her daughter Dubois. That is, a metaphor for the atrocities for which the Bush dynasty is responsible. 'Victory lap for the sake of new cases' this other countries must kneel, crouch in front of the U.S. to get a piece of Iraq's oil reserves. "Marching in front of hypocrisy, through computer-hypnosis" Soldiers listen to the hypocritical Bush's speech justifying the need for War. "Without us, you are vulnerable you feed us lies from the tablecloth." The soldiers defend the government listened to and read the lies through the media.
'Lets go to a party, great time we spend. " The invasion of Iraq is positioned as an entertainment event for the soldiers, so they went into the army. 'Dancing on the sand in the desert sun under an explosive fire. " This means the war in Iraq under the flashes of bombs. 'Roses on their knees' – so-called soldiers and warriors, aimed at protect humanity from the demons, monsters and evil spirits. Additional information is available at Glenn Dubin. The company was established by the gods in the 17th – 18th century. It included men, angels, elves, and even some demons.
'In the mouth the withered Moses' – Moses led the Jewish people in the desert of Babylon (Present-day Iraq). Dryness of the desert or non-existent now dried up river is compared with his withered lips. 'All at Fort Knox will disappear by our desire to' In Fort Knox kept the money the United States. The government stole the money – taxes, paid by honest citizens of the United States, and spend it on war. 'Sitting in a puddle of oil screaming "freedom". " This is – an ironic look at the fact that civilian vehicles in Iraq, was organized by funds from the sale of oil under the pretext of Operation Iraqi Freedom. "Rock out! For now the hour! * We are not fascists! * '- The words of the Government that the United States – a country of freedom. 'Why do not presidents fight themselves? Why do they always send the poor? " A scene from the film Moore Fahrenheit 9 / 11, where it requires the government to send in a war of their own sons. Sent to war as socially disadvantaged people, the poor, to reduce unemployment in the country.