鍾翔宇 - 你所謂的自由民主 | Xiangyu - Your So-Called Freedom and Democracy

鍾翔宇官方粉絲專頁: http://facebook.com/ComradeXiangyu

《炮打司令部》線上收聽: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUMPzpaVoSc

購買實體專輯:
露天: https://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21822126347345
Bandcamp: https://comradexiangyu.bandcamp.com/album/bombard-the-headquarters

串流:
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4QLqfaCuxSx2hlSmizma8k
Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/tw/album/%E7%82%AE%E6%89%93%E5%8F%B8%E4%BB%A4%E9%83%A8/1399416865
KKBox: https://www.kkbox.com/tw/tc/album/fEx1NW0v8.OA10F27Mu7009H-index.html

非洲、拉丁美洲、中東和印度等地區,到底窮還是富有?要解答這個問題,就必須正視另一個問題:帝國主義者會為了一無所有的地方浪費資源培養傀儡政權或進行侵略戰爭嗎?我想,答案應該很明顯。這些地方的人民之所以窮,是因為財富都被帝國主義者奪取。人民為了生存,只好把勞動力以低價賣給帝國主義者和買辦分子。當然,這些地區有少數人非常地富有,不過說到底,他們的錢只不過是帝國主義者發出的傭金,遠比不上跨國企業大股東的財富。如果跟朝鮮和古巴寧死不屈的話就會遭到慘無人道的經濟制裁,同時又會被媒體妖魔化。

為什麼阿連德的智利、塔拉基的阿富汗、印尼的蘇卡諾、尼加拉瓜的桑地諾,都被美國中情局及其手下推翻?取而代之的傀儡政權又是什麼樣的貨色?

他們和中情局的對話大概如下:

「你支援我們反革命,讓我們和家人過好日子,我們就幫你們美國資本家保證我國絕對不會有最低薪,保證我們絕對捍衛私有制,保證我國的油田和礦井絕對不國有化。你們告訴美國老百姓你們輸出的是自由民主就好!」

自從二戰結束,美國推翻了許多政權,多數為民選政權。以下是不完整的列表:

伊朗、瓜地馬拉、圭亞那、伊拉克、柬埔寨、寮國、厄瓜多、剛果、巴西、多明尼加、玻利維亞、印尼、迦納、智利、希臘、澳大利亞、匈牙利、牙買加、查德、格瑞那達、斐濟、尼加拉瓜、巴拿馬、保加利亞、阿爾巴尼亞、阿富汗、南斯拉夫、委內瑞拉、海地、利比亞、烏克蘭…

美國支援的政府,基本上都有類似蔣介石的領導人,只不過蔣介石和朴正熙正好在冷戰前線,所以被他們統治的人民或多或少得到了帝國主義者的「包養」。

伊拉克的海珊曾經是美帝為反革命而支持的傀儡,可是他後來在石油交易上談太多有的沒有的條件,就突然間被說傭有大規模毀滅性武器。

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作詞 / 編曲 / 演唱:鍾翔宇

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