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Old April 28, 2012, 12:21 AM
Zunaid Zunaid is offline
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I am rather proud of Bangladesh's anthem - speaks of love for the motherland and evokes the beauty that is Bangladesh. I would rather chose this over any war mongering blood letting anachronistic and xenophobic diatribes set to music. Bangladesh's anthem in his serenity gives hope that the nation to can overcome it's violent present and achieve the calmness embodied in the anthem.

Let's face it - we are not going to war. We don't need a martial anthem.

Yuou want violent anthems? No, not written by Lil'Wayne.

I give you Algeria:

Quote:
"We swear by the lightning that destroys, By the streams of generous blood being shed"
"When we spoke, none listened to us, So we have taken the noise of gunpowder as our rhythm, And the sound of machine guns as our melody"

Peace is definitely out in that one.
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