But while the album bristles with broad political criticism, it also lays out rhetoric that seems to present an isolationist punk rock policy of its own. Included with War on Errorism is the trailer for Unprecedented, a documentary that traces the bizarre events of the presidential election.
It came along at the right time, as an incompetent, dangerous clown was in charge of this country. Many punk rockers seemed to get the message and the Punk Voter initiative, for example, was successful.
That spirit of activism was more than ten years ago. And here, now in ? You rarely even hear a band talk about politics, let alone actually do anything other than talk. Obviously, this is their choice, but how about at least trying to make some positive changes?
What will we do? It has become obvious that more and more people are choosing apathy, which is truly fucking pathetic. It's not the right time to be sober now the idiots have taken over. Spreading like a social cancer, is there an answer?
Tell me why and how are all the stupid people breeding? Watson, it's really elementary. The industrial revolution has flipped the bitch on evolution. The benevolent and wise are being thwarted, ostracized.
The world keeps getting dumber. Insensitivity is standard and faith is being fancied over reason. Darwin's rolling over in his coffin. The fittest are surviving much less often. Now everything seems to be reversing and it's worsening.
Someone flopped a steamer in the gene pool. Now angry mob mentality's no longer the exception, it's the rule. And I'm starting to feel a lot like Charlton Heston, stranded on a primate planet. Apes and orangutans that ran it to the ground With generals and the armies that obeyed them.
Philosophies that enable them to rule without regard.
There's no point for democracy when ignorance is celebrated. Political scientists get the same one vote as some Arkansas inbred. Majority rule don't work in mental institutions. Sometimes the smallest, softest voice carries the grand, biggest solutions.
What are we left with? A nation of God-fearing, pregnant nationalists Who feel it's their duty to populate the homeland. Pass on traditions, how to get ahead religions And prosperity via simpleton culture. The idiots are taking over!The War on Errorism is the ninth studio album by the American punk rock band NOFX.
It was released on May 6, through Fat Wreck Chords. It was the first NOFX album to . We Got Two Jealous Agains Lyrics: I thought you were the one when I heard Holidays in the Sun come from your bedroom / But my mind started to stray when I saw Youth of Today mixed with your.
Nov 14, · Album War on Errorism; Writers Michael John Burkett; Licensed by The Orchard Music, IODA (on behalf of Fat Wreck Chords); Wixen Music Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, and 10 Music Rights Societies.
Find a NOFX - The War On Errorism first pressing or reissue. Complete your NOFX collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.5/5(4). Obituaries for the last 7 days on Your Life Moments. United on a single disc are Paul’s two finest studio efforts for the label – his commercial blockbuster, Degrees of Billy Paul, and its follow-up, the artistically triumphant concept album War of .