Michel Montecrossa says about 'Talking Lines of Fire':
“We, the people, stand in the lines of fire of the battle that rages between governments and banks. It is a terrible fight for who’s next in world domination. But the world is the people’s world and in the end the people will create the future world. True governments must serve the people and true banking must help the work of the people to be successful. The ‘default’ from Europe to America and to everywhere is just a lie and a bluff to keep the people quiet and consenting to the all-out stealing of their tax money by the governments for handing it over to the banks in exchange for gaining positions in the big power-game. But the people will not stay forever in the lines of fire. The day is coming when they will demand true governments and true banks and will refuse to be kicked around and exploited. The people want justice, freedom and a fair world worth living and working for.”
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Talking Lines Of Fire
We go to the streets all over the world. / Banka-Gangstas take away the little we have. / They feed their greed on our tax money. / Food, job and housing are the lines of fire.
Food prices are high and wages low, / we can’t pay the rent for our home any more. / Trouble is creepin’ into our minds. / The banka gang is grinnin’ unkind.
In the lines of fire we struggle everywhere, / in Greece, in Italy, in Portugal and Spain, / in England, Ireland, Iceland and the whole world. / We, the people, understand very well.
Bankas rob the people’s tax money / and governments must stop that. / Governments are there to serve the people, / they aren’t there to make us poor.
Governments must establish real value banking / that invests in real work and in real products, / shares risk and profit on equal terms / so that the working hand will be free again.
The lines of fire are there all over the world. / People must unite for action freedom. / People know what people need / and together can right what went wrong.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany