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No One At The Bridge

No One At The Bridge

Riding a ship in a storm with nobody at the helm is what it feels like fighting the jew sometimes. At least to a human like myself.

As some of you may already know, I am a lifelong fan of one of the greatest rock bands to ever grace a stage, RUSH. Right off the bat, let me say that I am fully aware that Geddy Lee is himself a jew, but suck it up buttercup, because all our heroes are jews. That statement might sound funny from someone who despises the jew with every cell in their body, but it’s the truth. Hollywood, the media, all your favorite movies, tv shows, etc. are full of jews. Fortunately for RUSH, most of their lyrics are written by Neil Peart who is not a jew, as far as I’ve ever been able to discern. Their guitarist, Alex Lifeson, is also not a jew, and is an absolute god with a guitar in his hands. For myself, and millions of other fans, the music of RUSH can definitely be said to be “the soundtrack of my life”, so to speak.

Anyway, I thought I’d post something a little off the beaten path today. This song, No One at the Bridge, is an EPIC tune from RUSH, which rightly describes what it feels like to try and inform the masses about what we are facing. It’s lonely out on the edge some times, and this song illustrates the frustration people like me often feel, and does it with classic pose. Peart is a lyrical genius, drawing on everything from Shakespeare to ancient Greek philosophers to enhance his creative works. This song is no exception, in fact, it’s a completely under-rated masterpiece. Hopefully, it can convey to you the emotion and struggle that a person like me goes through on a daily basis. Sometimes it has nothing to do with the source, and everything to do with what meaning you get out of it. This is not the best recording, coming from the Caress of Steel album in 1975, a year before I was born, but either way, enjoy the tune…

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