Thursday, August 26, 2004

A Tale of a Global Investor & An Once Legendary Civilization

By Neil Young

He came dancing across the water
With his galleons and guns
Looking for the new world
In that palace in the sun.

On the shore lay Montezuma
With his coca leaves and pearls
In his halls he often wondered
With the secrets of the worlds.

And his subjects gathered 'round him
Like the leaves around a tree
In their clothes of many colors
For the angry gods to see.

And the women all were beautiful
And the men stood straight and strong
They offered life in sacrifice
So that others could go on.

Hate was just a legend
And war was never known
The people worked together
And they lifted many stones.

They carried them to the flatlands
And they died along the way
But they built up with their bare hands
What we still can't do today.

And I know she's living there
And she loves me to this day
I still can't remember when
Or how I lost my way.

He came dancing across the water
Cortez, Cortez
What a killer.

Moral of the Story:

Never, never ever sell out or allow others to sell out your country to anybody. I don't care what kind of clothes he wears...

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Blogger Josh said...

Neil young rocks, but who was TR?

3:23 PM  
Blogger mmasters said...

Surely, Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States. The President that was responsible for Gunboat Diplomacy and the building & completion of the Panama Canal -- A real straight shooter, my friend.

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mira gringo, Hernanado de Cortes fundó la civilización latina continental y abrió el paso al establecimiento de familias españolas en Nueva España que llegaron mucho antes que los apestados Y apestosos calvinistas a E.U.
En verdad que el Septentrión aventajaba en mucho a las colonias inglesas y holandesas de norteamérica.

12:39 PM  

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