I Listened To A Propagandi Interview

Redlands, California
February 14, 2018 7:40pm CST
It was so real and wished this was what we talked about. I do not agree with everything. One of the issues is food. I get a bit upset with how we eat How else could we really do it other than shrivel up and die? If you include poor people, I hate poor people, they screw everything up! A little to pure there if you ask me. Most was enlightening though, like how punk is going to hit hard now that Trump is president. It will, but do hope people remember punk made it famous under a president that was pretty good in Clinton. Geez, his unfaithfulness sounds angelic compared to what Trump has done, but all unproven according to Trump lovers. I am always amazed at that. Why did punk break through under a guy who gives a crap about people and not under someone like Trump? Anyway, the lead singer of Propagandi makes a great point. Not a fair trade of great punk music and comedy for losing our freedoms. It was easy to see how he hated the thought. I also hate, but does one thing, show the real from the fake. Maybe that is what we like. Sad we have to see such extreme measures to see who we can trust and who we cannot. Do things right in the first place, would not have these problems.
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@teamfreak16 (42042)
• Denver, Colorado
15 Feb
Yes, punk definitely needs to step up big-time right now. All message bands do.
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• Redlands, California
15 Feb
They already starting. They doing a concert, punks against Trump and only band I remember is Reagan Youth, but think there was a few notable bands and had over 250 likes which is a grip for a punknews post.
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@teamfreak16 (42042)
• Denver, Colorado
16 Feb
@crossbones27 - Good. That's good to know.
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