"A Call To All Non-Believers" as written by and Michael Martin Jason Costa....
Dominate subjugation the end
Decimate destruction is the real trend
Fabricate enemies as your friends
Profligate worthless is life in the end

I know your false God
I've seen his works and his deeds
Your Angry False God
And violence is his creed

A call to all non-believers
This is a call
A call to stand up and fight
A call to all non-believers
This is a call
A call to stand for what's right

Demonstrate show just how backwards you are
Calculate all while you hid in plain sight
Perpetrate deception stealing of rights
Subjugate no longer hiding the fight

I know your false God
I've seen his works and his deeds
Your angry False God
And violence is his creed

A call to all non-believers
(A call to all non-believers)
A call to stand up and fight
Stand, fight
A call to all non-believers
(A call to all non-believers)
A call to stand for what's right

You have their blood on your hands
Wash their blood from your hands
Don't leave their blood on your hands
Wash their blood from your hands

This is a call to all non-believers
This is a call to stand up and fight


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"A Call to All Non-Believers" as written by Michael Martin Jason Costa

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    General CommentInteresting take ZeGerman. However Philip Labonte explained during a 2013 interview that it was a song specifically directed against Islam. That it was written as a tribute/protest because when it was written he himself had recently lost a friend who was in the service. He said the song was an expression of his grief, and anger, and that while he was not anti-Muslim he felt that the radicals who "murdered" his friend were themselves following a false god, so no, your take is at least according to the guy who wrote the song, not correct. Its a song written about resisting radical Islam and what is reaped from that.
    Frankly a brave choice and bold admission in a world so quick to label someone a bigot simply for being angry and having an opinion.
    michael118on March 11, 2015   Link
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    My InterpretationThe song overall seems to be about trying to unite Atheists against Theists/Polytheists.

    "I know your false God
    I've seen his works and his deeds
    Your Angry False God
    And violence is his creed"
    In this stanza he is arguing against "god", basically saying he doesn't exist. He says that god is Angry and Violent because (in Christianity, for example) this "God" claims to love all of his creations... yet Christians believe that all who don't approve of god (and all that other Christian bullshit) are damned to hell for eternity. And let's not forget there have been plenty of Religious Wars (i.e. the Crusades) where one Religion tried to completely wipe out another for there different or lack of belief because it's different from theirs.

    "Dominate subjugation the end
    Decimate destruction is the real trend...
    You have their blood on your hands
    Wash their blood from your hands"
    This is about the violence that comes from religions, i.e. religious wars. And that even if you weren't part of the Crusades, or any other genocide/war for a religious purpose, you still believe in the same thing that did that.

    "Don't leave their blood on your hands
    Wash their blood from your hands

    This is a call to all non-believers
    This is a call to stand up and fight"
    He's saying to stand up to Theists & Polytheists, that Religious People shove their religions down the throats of people who don't want a part of it, so Atheists should be allowed to do the opposite.


    Now I just want to take a second to the reader, so I don't sound like a complete asshole. Yes, I am Atheist, but I can respect Theism/Polytheism and people who say that's what they believe or their way of life or whatever. I mean, you want to waste your life praying to nothing, fine, be my guest. Except for extremists, or groups like Westboro Baptist, fuck those cunts. I may be against Organized Religion, for many reasons, but Organized Religion is just one thing that no matter how many people hate it, it's going to happen anyway; like Warfare, War will always happen as long as humans are around, no matter how many protests or whatevers to prevent Wars happen, Wars will still happen.
    ZeGermanon February 16, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThey are above the threats, because they love Christ and they love you.
    Trulyyourson February 16, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThis song got deleted of my iPod pretty quickly.
    KingQuestionon May 29, 2014   Link

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