If we are so good, why are we letting the horror to go?

This was a final song at Loyola Hall concert at University of Chicago
March 3, 2017.

Everyone starts with the National Anthem of own choice. But the cacophony transforms to something incredibly beautiful at the end.

(Sorry, for my ugly singing … I was taken by surprise with the order “everybody sings”)

By Lloyd Stone and Jean Sibelius:

This is my song, O God of all the nations,
a song of peace for lands afar and mine;
this is my home, the country where my heart is;
here are my hopes, my dreams, my holy shrine:
but other hearts in other lands are beating
with hopes and dreams as true and high as mine.

My country’s skies are bluer than the ocean,
and sunlight beams on cloverleaf and pine;
but other lands have sunlight too, and clover,
and skies are everywhere as blue as mine:
O hear my song, thou God of all the nations,
a song of peace for their land and for mine.


but, if we are so good, why are we letting the horror to go?

Iraq war. Iraq civil war. Afghanistan. Libya, Syria war. “Revolution in Ukraine” hijacked by our CIA with genocide and blockade of Donbass.

Why don’t we sing “We don’t do body counts”? We should sing what we do. That’s the “song” of our national government.

It is easy to sing in warmth of our beautiful Loyola Hall and then going to our cosy houses with stable security and comfort of our jobs.

It is not easy to put aside a bit of the time and do our homework of analyzing the news, facts, and our Country’s history to resist everyday MSM lies.

Like very minor crowd of consciously awakened people do:

Vanesse Beeley, Noam Chomskiy, Tulsi Gabbard, The Saker, …

And yes, everyone knows for sure, this will be a family disaster to become a target of MSM like Donald Trump, Steven Cohen, Udo Ultkaffe, …
those who dared to speak up crossing, even slightly, the course of our National Ship …





“This Is My Song” by Lloyd Stone and Jean Sibelius
The Event
Event’s host home

Vanesse Beeley

Noam Chomskiy

Tulsi Gabbard

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard interviewed after her trip to Syria (UPDATED)

The Saker
Steven Cohen
Udo Ulfkatte
We don’t do body counts

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