Adan Salazar Infowars.com February 6, 2014
“’What really bothers us is that they played our songs at an intolerable volume for hours on end’”
“Industrial band Skinny Puppy is billing the U.S. Justice Department after finding out their tunes were used as a means of torturing detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba…”
I do admire their ethically unassailable insistence on getting paid. Yet in spite of my skateboarding background, I think I’d be willing to admit to the Kennedy assassination after five minutes of listening to their crap.
Why not use these psychos,
who are already pissed at the government, and probably everyone (especially clowns)?
1. Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA”
This song is really about as patriotic as the song “American Woman”or the movie American Pie. Sorry, Gipper.
2. Christina Aguilera’s “Dirrty”
As a torture victim herself,
this exceeds the limits of irony set by the Geneva Convention.
“Cult leader David Koresh’s battle with the FBI in 1993 featured a back and forth barrage of ballad bombardments. Koresh wore down his followers by blasting his own failed pop songs at eardrum-busting levels. When the FBI moved in and cut the power to the compound, they fired back with Nancy Sinatra’s depressing girl power pop ballad along with a monotonous mix of Tibetan chants, cavalry bugle beats and 1950s-style Christmas carols for nearly seven weeks straight. FBI officials said they rejected the idea of using Billy Ray Cyrus’ ‘Achy Breaky Heart’ because of fears that some of the cult members might actually like it…”
This song was chosen in response to Koresh’s messages to his female followers that “Your boots were made for knocking” and “I hope no one has an Achy Beaky Pelvis.” Koresh was pleased with the Christmas songs, which he thought were about him.
4. AC/DC’s “Shoot to Thrill” and “Hells Bells”
“Terrorists are so gay,” commented lead singer Agnus Young.
5. Anything by Barry Manilow
Weird Al volunteered to perform a song called “Oh Mahdi,” but negotiations stalled over “that goddamn accordion.”
6. Barney the Dinosaur’s “I Love You”
Deterring potential future evil-doers: