The Right Tunes

Da Fink is asking for music choices from right-leaning types. My personal favourite tune is (ex-Massive Attack) Nicolette’s “No Government”. Cool Acid Jazz with anarchist philosophy in lyrical form. Before you protest, anarchy is right-of-centre if you are an anarcho-capitalist.

“No government is a way of life. No government means to trust your friends. I know who I am, and you know who you are. If everybody knew what they wanted, There’d be nothing, nothing left. People would do what they wanted, And there’d be no government.”

Rolling back the state sounds funky and cool, you can listen to a short snippet here.

To wind up Guardian-reading peaceniks, nothing beatsBush was right! Play it at full volume.

UPDATE : The Tories have got in on the act this morning playing “99 Red Balloons” and releasing a photo-op balloon for each of the chancellor’s stealth taxes…




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