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Yours country more fascist military songs

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Oh well in that case, my apologies to G.
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Well I thought you think to patriotic songs. Im not going to propagate fascist march songs.
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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Certainly. I opened this thread to talk about military tunes that have the purpose of prepare people to fight, rather than songs that talks about the beauty of our countries.

It is known music can encourage fighting, and that was the type of songs I wanted to see here.
But it appears to be songs of homesickness and missing loves and hopes of peace that encourage people to fight, not the officially designated 'patriotic' songs.
 
The question is whether 'patriotic' songs like Rule Britannia actually boost morale, as opposed to the kond of songs soldiers actually sing. There'll be bluebirds over, the white cliffs of Dover... probably did boost morale, and were certainly sung by both civilians and the forces, but the words aren't inflammatory and don't directly incite fighting.
 
For that matter even a song like Deutschland über alles doesn't call for fighting in its lyrics, even in the verses that have now ben officially discarded.  
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gcle2003 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Jun 2011 at 12:06
Originally posted by Zagros Zagros wrote:

Oh well in that case, my apologies to G.
 
No need to apologise - you're expressing something of the same feeling that I am.
 
It's songs that give you something personal to fight for that inspire men to fight. And only rarely is that the country itself, as opposed to all the domestic and homespun ambitions of the average soldier. (I have incidentally conscript armies in mind, I guess: it may be different for professionals and mercenaries.)
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Just imagine how "fascistic" Waltzing Matilda really is and in this respect one can hardly ignore Dixie or its counterpart Onward Christian Soldiers.
 
What then to make of this this little tune:
 
 
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My unit in Vietnam had its own songs, all with a touch of ironic humor. One, sung to the tune of jingle bells, was simply entitled: "Rat Atat Tat" (bis - mow those bastards down. Oh what fun, it is to have, the MIKE Force back in town...)< Another was "Marching to Cambodia". Another "My mother's a Montagnard Sergeant" (my father's an LLDB (Viet Special Forces), and every night at midnight, they turn into hard core VC...). But the all time hands down favorite was "Mary Ann Barnes", which we had thought was written by a member whose nickname was 'Superjew', but it may have been an old rugby song. It was juvenile, irreverent, and lustily sung whenever we were in from the bush. Certainly misogynistic, and perhaps fascist in spirit. "Burn that village down" was certainly fascist in content, though meant to be humorous (responding to the popular anti-war image of the Army in Vietnam, and not celebrating any reality.)

Mary Ann Barnes is the queen of all the acrobats, she can do the tricks, that'll give the guys the sh*ts.
She can shoot green pees from her fundamental orifice, do a triple somersault, and catch 'em on her t*ts.
She's a great big sonufabitch, twice as big as me, got hair on her a** like the branches of a tree.
She can shoot, ride, fight, f*ck, fly a plane, drive a truck, she's the kind of girl that's gonna marry me.
She's Special Forces, Ranger, Airborne Infanteeeee, and MIKE Force too!

Hardly Le boudin, but we liked it.  We also had one entitled "Jesus Saves his money at the Chase Manhattan bank," which was usually heard if there was a chaplain about. 




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"ANTHEM OF THE FREE COUNTRY "/"ГИМН СВОБОДНОЙ СТРАНЫ":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFxrot-MGt0

The Anthem should correspond to the epoch, reflecting both advantages of the state (country), and the historical processes occurring and occurring in it, it, a hymn, the internal maintenance both musical, and poetic, is free to breathe freedom and to inspire people for a fulfillment both spiritually-moral acts, and great causes and victories.

"The Anthem of the Free Country" - a Anthem which, undoubtedly, will enter into life of any state or the country and will make happy those people who live in it.


(Music: Lyudmila Mihajlova,

Arrangement: Duet Alkor,
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The best IMO:  Cara Al Sol by Spanish fascist Jose Antonio Primo De Rivera.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQcSTGz3XyY
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Originally posted by pinguin pinguin wrote:

Originally posted by Panther Panther wrote:

I don' think this was Pinguin's intent. Perhaps he could take out any reference to "fascist" and replace it with "Patriotic" in order to more accurately reflect his point?


I lived under the military dictatorship of Pinochet. For me, there is no difference between "National security", "fascism", "nazism" or "patriotism". If you go to the extreme, all of them are form of militarism, and love of guns.


Exactly. Those who think there's a clear distinction just didn't lived in a fascism or themselves are fascists. Because fascists tend to disguise themselves as "patriots", all of us know that Wink


Edited by Paradigm of Humanity - 31 Dec 2011 at 03:11
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Not fascist but definitely the most militarist:

(with English subtitles)





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