Wednesday, March 21, 2007

A song for Libertarian Leftists

WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED

traditional protest song
additional lyrics by Wally Conger

We shall not, we shall not be moved,
We shall not, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Left Libertarians united, we shall not be moved,
Left Libertarians united, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Voluntaryists, Rothbardians, we shall not be moved,
Voluntaryists, Rothbardians, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Mutualists, agorists, we shall not be moved,
Mutualists, agorists, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Smash the State together, we shall not be moved,
Smash the State together, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Fighting corporate power, we shall not be moved,
Fighting corporate power, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

Going counter-economic, we shall not be moved,
Going counter-economic, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

U.S. out of Iraq, we shall not be moved,
U.S. out of Iraq, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

No e-list moderators, we shall not be moved,
No e-list moderators, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

All anarchists together, we shall not be moved,
All anarchists together, we shall not be moved.
Just like a tree standing by the water,
We shall not be moved!

2 Comments:

At 10:45 PM, Blogger Nick Manley said...

Finally! The left libertarian equivalent of the Internationle :-)

 
At 6:08 AM, Anonymous John said...

We'd have to leave out the fourth stanza, but most of the Internationale applies to Left Libertarian goals.

1) No special loyalty to national leaders
2) Opposition to war
3) Opposition to poverty, which, properly understood, is mostly caused by state created privilege.
4) Opposition to the state.
5) The overall message that the current system is rotten and must be gotten rid of

 

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