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Download The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette)
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Label: Not On Label - non • Format: Cassette Single Sided Demo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Black Metal, Doom Metal

The Hindu idea of a Kali Yuga is a deception, as we are always in a bad age and the reason is that earth is literally hell, a prison planet. For the last 2. We are at the tail end of our interglacial, and temperatures are falling off. What this chart shows is that temperatures have been steadily falling for the past 8, years. After the end of the last ice age maximum ice 18, years ago temperatures went up to a maximum.

Then temperatures fell. Sorry if you believe otherwise, you are wrong. The only good ages are when the weather permits. Civilization crashes when little ice ages cause crop failures. How do we know this is a fact? Because it has happened before, and not very long ago. Now we are going into the next little ice age, and it will be part of the brutal downwave. Millions will be forced to flee to warmer climes in the near future. This Holocene chart annotated with civilizations that thrived during warm, collapse at the onset of cold:.

So it is an illusion that we ever can have peace or golden ages, which are marked by empire building and much bloodshed. For instance, the Roman Empire was a golden age with non-stop violence. Christianity was formed at the tail end of that golden age then swallowed the western world during the Dark Ages. Christ Insanity was forced on the European tribes, and they completely lost their heritage, and became a world wide Judeo-Christian death cult.

The cruelty of witch burnings and religious persecution followed the collapse of the Roman Empire. A thousand years of darkness, superstition, and unbelievable severe cruelty. The dark superstitions about God dominated those dark years, and as we can see even in the modern warm period Christianity still reigns supreme. A superstition so severe that not even the Age of Enlightenment nor Modern Science could break the spell!

The New Dark Age is where we are going now, a time of total Talmudic terror. You ought to wonder how bad it can get when the Jews were able to pull and get away with it.

Now they are running the coronahoax along with the climate change hoax. Here is the bottom line each decade is exponentially worse than the previous. By the next decade you will not recognize Amerika, and I say flee now, run for your god damn life!

Mankind lost, the Jews won. I am telling you, there is little reason to hope regardless of what the New Age bullshitters, and QAnon hopium addicts think. Hell is coming. Willard: My mission is to make it up The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette) Cambodia. There's a Green Beret Colonel up there who's gone insane. I'm supposed to kill him. Chef: That's f--kin' typical.

F--kin' Vietnam mission. I'm short and we gotta go up there so you can kill one of our own guys? That's f--kin' great! That's just f--kin' great, man. That's f--kin' crazy. I mean, I thought you were goin' in there to blow up a bridge, or some fin' railroad tracks or somethin'. Chef recommends that they should keep together on the security of the boat and all go together. Willard narrates in voice-over about his fears as they The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette) closer to their destination.

The scenery is bathed in bright flaming red and golden hues: "Part of me was afraid of what I would find and what I would do when I got there. I knew the risks, or imagined I knew.

But the thing I felt the most, much stronger than fear, was the desire to confront him. In dugout canoes, the native tribesmen covered with white ash and wearing loincloths[a perverted version of the landing of a whaling ship in sun-drenched Tahiti], the guerrilla Montagnards and other ragtag mercenaries await Willard, Lance, and Chef at Kurtz's strange jungle outpost - a decaying Angkor Wat-style, ancient Cambodian temple. Hanging, mutilated corpses and decapitated heads on posts of enemies or dissenters?

In Kurtz' camp, a The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette) of primitive evil, they are greeted by a crazed, hyperactive, fast-talking, spaced-out, free lance, American photo-journalist Dennis Hopper looking like Charles Mansonwho loudly announces: "It's all been approved. He describes the great awe all the natives have for their jungle lord: "Out here, we're all his children. He worships the enigmatic, genius "poet-warrior" Kurtz as a personal god and expounds Kurtz's cause:.

Hey, man, you don't, uh, you don't talk to the Colonel. Uh, uh, well, you listen to him. Uh, the man's enlarged my mind. Uh, uh, he's a poet warrior in the classic sense, uh. I mean sometimes he'll And he'll just walk right by you and he won't even notice you. And suddenly he'll grab ya, and he'll throw you in a corner, and he'll say, 'Do you know that 'if' is the middle word in life?

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, if you can trust yourself when all men doubt you' I mean I'm I'm a little man, I'm a little man, he's Uh, uh, I should have been a pair of ragged claws, uh, scuttling across floors of silent seas. Eliot's The Love Song of J.

Alfred Prufrock. He can be terrible and he can be mean and he can be right. He's fighting the war. He's a great man. He offers first-hand advice from his own experience: "So, ya just lay it cool, lay cool, laid back, dig it You don't judge the Colonel.

He notices Captain Richard Colby Scott Glenn holding his weapon with a bloody hand among the natives tribesmen. Leading them on a short tour of the island, the photo-journalist also describes the compound, cluttered with bloodied bodies:. The heads. You're lookin' at the heads. Eh, uh-sometimes he goes too far, you know, The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette), and he's the first one to admit it. The photo-journalist vows that Kurtz isn't crazy, and becomes ecstatic: "If you could have heard the man just two days ago.

If you could have heard him then, God. Chef, nervous about being off the boat, suggests that the crew return to the The Apocalypse Now - Dark Decade - Dark Decade (Cassette) to wait until Willard can talk to Kurtz. He fears that the Colonel is the master of an eternally-evil place:.

This Colonel guy, he's wacko, man. He's worse than crazy. He's evil It's f--kin' pagan idolatry. Look around you. He's loco I ain't afraid of all them f--kin' skulls and altars and s--t. I used to think if I died in an evil place, then my soul wouldn't be able to make it to Heaven. But now, f--k! I mean, I don't care where it goes, as long as it ain't here. So whaddya wanna do? I'll kill the f--k. Willard leaves with Lance to "scrounge" around and try to find the Colonel, keeping Chef on the boat and instructing him to radio for help if necessary: "If I don't get back by hours, you call in the airstrike The code is Almighty - coordinates Everything I saw told me that Kurtz had gone insane.

The place was full of bodies. North Vietnamese, Vietcong, Cambodians. If I was still alive, it was because he wanted me that way. Willard is dragged in the mud and eventually taken to Kurtz's location to meet his prey:. It smelled like slow death in there, malaria, and nightmares. This was the end of the river, all right. He is granted an audience with Kurtz, seen in dramatic dark shadows in his inner sanctum. The baffling, unbalanced, overweight, and decaying Kurtz is shaved bald. Kurtz is reminded of a childhood experience of traveling down the Ohio River and coming upon a gardenia or flower plantation where "you'd think that heaven just fell on the earth in the form of gardenias.

Slow-speaking and slightly deranged, Kurtz knows Willard's mission is to kill him. While sprinkling cool water on his bald head from a bucket, Kurtz asks: "Have you ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others?

Even the opinions of yourself? Did they say why, Willard? Why they want to terminate my command? Willard must confess his mission and knowledge of Kurtz's brutality and insanity:. Kurtz: What did they tell you? Willard: They told me that you had gone totally insane and that your methods were unsound. Kurtz clenches his fist. Kurtz: Are my methods unsound? Willard: I don't see any method at all, sir. Kurtz: I expected someone like you. What did you expect?

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