Buildings Don’t Have Feelings
April 1, 2010
We march against violence and are met with more.
Our taxes feeding a misleading war
You heard there was violence at Heart Attack 2010
Criminals who needed to be stopped, reined in.
Since when does breaking a window
Give someone the right to break your face?
The law will tell you if your stuff gets broken
That only entitles you to have it replaced.
Doesn’t give another the right to push you to the pavement
Beat you with batons, threaten you with tasers
Violence in movies is death and bleeding
Corporations aren’t people. Buildings don’t have feelings.
Did the police really inflict brutality?
Look past CBC & CTV
Hit up You Tube, you’ll see…
Police using weapons against people like you and me.
Shields and batons to beat down the truth.
Alternative news flash 5-0:
This is the state of your city.
It’s not pretty.
You can’t cover it up – it’s already happened.
Those shattered windows heard in every direction.
Peaceful Canada’s identity revealed
Police brutality concealed.
People are dying and sick and without.
Drug addicts with a death wish. Crazy, reckless.
Label them what you will – they still need your help.
Were the black bloc out to get you
No. Just the windows.
Mess with the profits
And it’s your turn to get hit.
Our society’s priorities:
Things above people.
Systems above equals.
You cover your faces with helmets and masks
Then calls us terrorists when we do the same
Say you’re here for our security
Hiding behind uniformity
Badge numbers, nowhere to be seen.