You can see photographs of something like this, but until you've seen the actual edifice itself and seen what it's doing to these communities . . . It's hard to comprehend that they could be doing this." He wrote a graffiti on the wall: "No thought control". This Learning Engineer, who lives with his family at a stone throw distance from the wall, says: Waters, you sing well, but you are wrong. Who wants to control the thoughts of anybody? This wall has been built to keep out the savages and to allow me to live with some measure of safety. Why it is evil? Why it is controlling thought? Can you Waters imagine living in the same street with people who only thinks of killing you?
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Bringing Down the Berlin Wall Once More in Israel
Roger Waters from the Pink Floyd came to Israel and condemned the wall that protects Israel from Palestinian criminals. He is a famous rock star, singing over the 1982 fall of the Berlin Wall. That tremendous success has marked his mind forever, and he keeps searching for the new Berlin Wall to sing over. He has found it in Israel. Waters says: