All who want to change the world Come march and sing with me All who want to change the world Sing along with me. Let all our voices meld In a song of fraternity I hear the rumble of revolt In the heart of humanity So that the earth may be fertile For all who were born on it It's necessary to create A new society.
All who want, etc...If the roots are deep We will transplant them And let flourish everywhere The roads to freedom So much the better if the earth is round We won't be able to stop it There will be no end of the world Life is an eternity
They are saying that the deeper the roots of the older culture, the more determined they are to pull them out of their native soil and transplant them – a reference of course to métissage, forced multi-culti, multi-ethnic relationships and a value-free, tradition-free, nation-free new society. We might add that it will also be a world without reference to excellence in art, music, movies and poetry. The teen-age mentality will rule. The "roundness" of the earth is taken as a sign that everything is borderless, open, and without restrictions, and that once these transplants get going, NOTHING and NO ONE can stop the process.
Joyous propaganda, bursting with "life", but underneath, a DANCE OF DEATH for France.
All who want, etc...
Live from love and die from hope Each day the future begins anewAll who want to change the world, etc...
At one point in the video you will see what appears to be a scrabble board. On it, horizontally, is the word "populaires". Vertically you see "jeunes" and "yallah". "Yallah" is Arabic for "join us", but it also invokes Allah (Oh, God), as Bernard Antony explains. Moreover, the criss-cross implies inextricable integration.
The ministers are identified, but the print may be too small. Among them, gesticulating like puppets, are Rama Yade, Patrick Devedjian, Rachida Dati, Xavier Darcos, Christine Lagarde, Valérie Pécresse, Xavier Bertrand, Eric Besson, Eric Woerth et al...
You will also see a couple. She is pregnant, his hand is on her belly. Followed by a girl who lifts her tee-shirt to reveal another tee with the UMP logo. Even though she does not expose nudity, the gesture is unmistakable.
You will also see Sarkozy together with Obama. The video ends with Sarkozy's campaign slogan "Together let's change the world."