Sunday, April 29, 2012

Woody Guthrie, the Dust Bowl Troubadour's Songs of Patriotism, and Despair.

American Patriot, Poet, and His Relevance To Today.

Woody Guthrie is an American musical legend. I clearly remember my youth in rural Texas, and going to school and singing This Land Is Your Land ; and I only wish that youths today could get to share that experience. Here's the facts for you, today's America doesn't appreciate the patriotism of the Dust Bowl Troubadour . Patriotism, you see, isn't what it used to be. Today in American, when someone thinks of patriotism, they most likely think that a "patriot" embraces the ideals of corporate fascism, and the lies of a media that is owned by the friends of bankers, or even by the bankers, internationalist, globalists, one and all.
But not Woody Guthrie, the songs of Woody Guthrie are all from a man who lived through America's Great Depression , a direct result of international banking manipulations. But the Dust Bowl can't be blamed on Rothschild banking crime syndicates, no, Rothschild can't control the wind. Of course the Dust Bowl brought America the Joad Family , and those Grapes of Wrath ; I doubt that those things are taught any more in what passes for education in America either.
For more about Woody and Steinbeck, the Dust Bowl, and Oklahoma, follow the following link:

Woody Guthrie


As George Carlin so famously said, and I paraphrase, "they call it the American Dream, because you'd have to be asleep to believe it." There is a ton of truth inside that, but there is also truth in America being called "The Land of Opportunity," and we still have a whole lot of opportunity here, and while I love George Carlin, and the video that I've provided here, I'd like to also state that things aren't as negative as Mr.Carlin would have had you believe. We the people can always overtake the wealthy elites of this world and their sick agenda to become "godlike," any time that we get ready. It's not going to happen though, as I am a believer in all things Bible prophecy. I merely state what I see, and see Bible Prophecy unfold all around me at all times.

The Owners Of This Country.

Class Struggle.

I look around me, and I see nothing but class struggle; does that make me a communist? America, following the Hegelian Dialectical Model, is now a country that mixes both communism and capitalism, as it must, as the masons and architects of this world have created this synthesis from the thesis and anti thesis of communism vs capitalism. Do I then, believe in humans with superpowers and such skill that they can orchestrate History and reality itself? Absolutely not, humankind's powers to orchestrate and control are an absolute joke. Talk to your spirit guide about that, and ask him or her what they think, legion, for you are many too. But Karl Marx, purported Satanist, was entirely correct when he'd said that History is all class struggle, he'd only neglected to tell you the rest of it, and about his "ascended masters," and "spirit guides," you see, that wasn't to his liking, for you to know about such things, the spiritual.
Call me a communist if you feel comfortable with that, I believe I just told you all I know and believe about communism. Concerning Woody Guthrie, I've no idea if he was a communist or not, and I couldn't care less; what I do know, is that greed keeps the wealthy with their wealth, and greed is the symptom of their inhumanity towards man. It's also the damnation of the "elites," and no, ye shall NOT be as Gods, Eve figured that one out when she died, or maybe, when the allegorical garden was sealed off, with an angel at it's gates.

I Ain't Got No Home.

Bruce Springsteen, I Ain't Got No Home

I Ain't Got No Home, Woody Guthrie Lyrics

Clearly, from the lyrics below, Guthrie believed as I do, that police are, in fact, more often than not, tools of the oppressor, who wind up only penalizing the already downtrodden, and benefiting  the wealthy with their works

I ain't got no home, I'm just a-roamin' 'round,
Just a wandrin' worker, I go from town to town.
And the police make it hard wherever I may go
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore. 

My brothers and my sisters are stranded on this road,
A hot and dusty road that a million feet have trod;
Rich man took my home and drove me from my door
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore. 

Was a-farmin' on the shares, and always I was poor;
My crops I lay into the banker's store.
My wife took down and died upon the cabin floor,
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.

I mined in your mines and I gathered in your corn

I been working, mister, since the day I was born
Now I worry all the time like I never did before
'Cause I ain't got no home in this world anymore 

Now as I look around, it's mighty plain to see
This world is such a great and a funny place to be;
Oh, the gamblin' man is rich an' the workin' man is poor,
And I ain't got no home in this world anymore.

Pretty Boy Floyd, a Woody Guthrie Tune, by Roger McGuinn.

This Land is MY Land, This Land is YOUR Land.

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This land is YOUR land, this land is MY land.

THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND chorus This land is your land, this land is my land From California to the New York Island From the redwood forest to the Gulf Stream water This land was made for you and me As I was walkin', that ribbon of highway I saw above me, that endless skyway I saw below me, that golden valley I said this land was made for you and me I've roamed and rambled and I followed my footsteps To the sparkling sand of her diamond desert And all around me, a voice was sounding: This land was made for you and me Down in the city, in the shadow of the steeple By the relief office, I saw my people As they stood there hungry I stood there whistling: This land was made for you and me As I went walking, I saw a sign there And on that sign it said "Private Property" But on the other side it didn't say nothin' That side was made for you and me ! Nobody living can ever stop me As I go walking my freedom highway Nobody living can make me turn back, cuz This land was made for you and me The sun came shining, and I was strolling And the wheat fields waving and the dust clouds rolling As the fog was lifting, a voice was chanting: This land was made for you and me - Woody Guthrie

This Land Is MY Land This Land is YOUR Land

This Land Is Our Land

Are You Your Brother's Keeper?

Basically, it matters not at all to me what your theory of economics is, except that, should your theory of economics prevent you from recognizing that you are, in fact, your brother's keeper, and that every man and woman in this world is, in fact, your brother and sister, your mother and father, then you are quite simply, living wrong.  You see, YOU are your brother's keeper, and the entire world is your brother. The top one percent of this world owns it all, and leaves the bottom 99%, it's very own brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers; to starve, or die; they do not care.

This land, this Earth, however, was made for YOU and for ME.  It's time we take it back from David Rockefeller, and Evelyne Rothschild; and share it amongst ourselves, and if possible, maintain that system.

It won't happen, but I can dream.

I Ain't got No Home


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