the following might pique the interest of some


June 30, 2005, 06:59 PM
America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization

June 30, 2005

... And one simple, fun, free way to declare your

What is the worst destroyer of freedom today?

It isn't terrorists. It isn't drug dealers. It isn't street
criminals or white-collar fraudsters. It isn't any of the
scary forces featured in the daily headlines.

Most of us probably have an idea what the greatest
destroyer is -- though we don't like to think about it:


The great destroyer is too much law controlling too many
activities -- laws badly written, hastily passed, savagely

The great destroyer takes many forms.

* It might be a proposed "anti-gang" bill so badly written
it could put innocent families in prison for life
( or ).

* It might be national ID sneaking into our wallets via
federal control of our drivers license
or ).

* It might be vicious persecutions of sick people
marijuana_x.htm or ).

* It might be black-robed lawyers decreeing that
governments have legal authority to steal your house and
give it to somebody richer and better connected
/06/30/EDGOODGAU21.DTL or ).

But the bottom line remains: IT'S THE LAW. Nothing is
destroying freedom more greedily.

Independence Day is coming up. But we can't claim to be
independent as long as we're so increasingly controlled.


We need to make more people aware of the real danger that
threatens them. We need to wake up our friends and
neighbors. But many of them don't want to be awakened; they
merely want to be entertained.

So we'll do that, too. We'll wake them up with
entertainment -- with a rock song that'll stay in their
minds and remind them over and over again.

Go here:
Download the RebelFire song "Justice Day." There's a
classic rock version for traditionalists, and a hardcore
metal version for those who like their music raw and
powerful. For those who can't download a large music file,
scroll down and you'll find written lyrics.

All versions of "Justice Day" are free to download, free to
spread around -- and that's what we encourage you to do.
Spread the grassroots brushfire. It's easy -- no real work
on your part; just sharing and recommending a song.


With the Independence Day weekend coming up, you have LOTS
of interesting, fun, natural ways to use this song.

* Play it on your MP3 player at family picnics

* Burn it to CD and play it in your car as you go to and
from events

* Make it your the musical accompaniment to your home
fireworks displays

* Upload it to filesharing sites

* Add it to your regular song playlists and listen to it
often -- any time of year.

"Justice Day" comes from the exciting new novel _RebelFire:
Out of the Gray Zone_
( This story of one
boy's struggle against a world of surveillance and control
is creating quite a lot of buzz. Buy the book and you won't
regret it. It comes with a CD containing both versions of
"Justice Day."

But even if you can't or don't want to buy the book ... the
song is free. The song is powerful. The song is easy for
you to spread around. The song will get people thinking.
And that's what it takes to change the world.

- The Liberty Crew


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July 1, 2005, 08:47 AM
Sorry but this is a stupid idea that will have zero impact IMO. I like ravinraven's upside-down-distress-flag idea MUCH better and it has a visual impact much unlike this song idea.


Don Gwinn
July 1, 2005, 09:31 AM
I haven't heard the song yet, and I don't know how effective this could be. You're talking about a very small subset of people trying to start a popular trend, and not the people who are normally considered "trendsetters," either.

On the other hand, it probably couldn't hurt, especially if the song is any good. And it's not exactly an either-or proposition. Fly whatever flag you want in any fashion you want, but that doesn't mean you can't play the song, too. ;)

Don Gwinn
July 1, 2005, 09:47 AM
Hey, is it my imagination, or is there a line in there about "the freedom of The Firing Line?"

I presume that's The Firing Line dot com, right? :D

Anyway, I have now heard the "classic rock" version. Not likely to set the world afire, I'm afraid. But I liked it. Then again, I listen to Pokerface. Anyway, I think I like it enough to download the heavy metal version, which is about twice as big. Download was pretty fast for my dialup.

July 1, 2005, 09:53 AM
isnt that bad. The classic rock version appeals to me on a musical level. The metal version sounds more like a bad Metallica cover band.

Either way though - its not exactly trendsetting.

Reading part of the book, and while it isnt quite Unintended Consequences or Enemies Foreign and Domestic (which as reading material really arent exactly fine literature (sorry john and travis) but as messages ARE quite good), i can see its appeal to a younger set. Kinda like Cyberpunk but for the music oriented.

July 2, 2005, 12:18 AM
Pass on the music, which I've not heard, some sort of a problem downloading it.

I thought that the several links included in the item I posted would be of greater interest. Could be that I'm wrong there.

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