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banned by the feds

Patrick Heron sent this link to the Lucipo folks recently. A really well done music video. Here's the synopsis:

Protesting U.S. foreign policy, the Norwegian rap group Gatas Parlament created this video entitled "Kill Him Now." Under pressure from the U.S., this was banned by the Norwegian government who claim that the video advocates direct violent action against President Bush, rather than peaceful protest. Consequently, it's become a major free speech issue in Norway. Check out the translated version, with English subtitles, before it's censored here also.

check out the music video:

Kill Him Now

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