The savage mutilation of the human race is set on course.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.
It's up to us to change the course.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.
The savage mutilation of the human race is set on course.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.
It's up to us to change the course.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.
Protest and survive, protest and survive.


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    General CommentThis song was originally by DISCHARGE and covered by ANTHRAX on the ATTACK OF THE KILLER B'S album (with SCOTT IAN on vocals and guitars)

    It's about how people are their own destruction.
    Vertiison June 20, 2003   Link
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    General CommentAs noted above, this is a cover of a track originally by Discharge.

    Given the 1982 release date of the Discharge album this song appears on ('Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing') - and the date of the writing of E. P. Thomson (early 80s), I think this song could well be about mankind's destruction by nuclear war:

    From Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…):

    "From 1980, Thompson was the most prominent intellectual of the revived movement for nuclear disarmament, revered by activists throughout the world. In Britain, his pamphlet "Protest and Survive", a parody on the government leaflet Protect and Survive, played a major role in the revived strength of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament."
    TimTopson November 16, 2011   Link

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