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The latest double CD from Bill Ward

"Liberty's Last Stand"

Brilliantly satirical.  The gospel truth stated in blues/rock.    An updated, two CD compilation of the best philosophically rich parodies you'll ever hear.   This album is a cry in the wilderness.  It artistically mocks and calls attention to the apathy, moral decay, cowardice, and leftist ideology that leads to the suicide of a free society and the return of tyranny.

 

More than just clever lyrics and a profound message, these 2 CDs are packed with intricate music you'll listen to over and over.  Buy it for the lyrics and keep it for the music.

 

If you're a true liberty loving patriot who's a little worn out on traditional patriotic music or corny parodies, or a Christian who sick of contemporary Christian maudlin pop-rock, this is for you.

 

Find out more and listen to it here

Welcome to the music of Bill Ward

One of the most unique talents you've probably never heard of.  Part drifter and part loner, He's a philosopher and a musical artist, a songwriter, performer, singer, guitarist, pianist, arranger, engineer, producer, renaissance man, and gopher.  Bill does it all, and does it his own way.

The purpose of this CD as found in this brilliant article:

"How the Escape the Age of Mass Dellusion"  by Stella Morabito

- quoting from Joost A. M. Meerloo “The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing” (1956)

 

 

“We must learn to treat the demagogue and aspirant dictator in our midst just as we should treat our external enemies in a cold war – with the weapon of ridicule. The demagogue himself is almost incapable of humor of any sort, and if we treat him with humor, he will begin to collapse. Humor is, after all, related to a sense of perspective. If we can see how things should be, we can see how askew they can get, and we can recognize distortion when we are confronted with it.”

 

In this way "Liberty's Last Stand" is much more than parody and a chuckle.  It's prophetic philosophy.  Hopefully it will give some relief from the politically correct nanny state we live in.

There’s a cold gray building in the center of town
Where the bureaucrats sit and push papers around
Deciding who will get the benefits and who will get the crumbs
Who will be the kings and who will be the bums
      - The Suicide of the Free World