I’m going to do something that the globalist are trying dissuade us from, and that is being nostalgic, for the globalist are in the process of trying to wipe out history yet again, as they always do so that people don’t know where they’ve come from or where they’ve been.
For a person without history, is a person adrift at sea, for one has to know where they come from, to understand where they could be.
So today, I’m going to look at the top 10 songs of one the New Zealand’s groups from the 80’s, The Mockers, starting at number 10.
10 – Woke Up today
9 – Far From The Madding Crowd
8 – Good Old Days
7 – After The Rain
6 – Culprit And The King
5 – Alvison Park
4 – Another Boring Day In The Amazon
3 – Seven Years Not Wasted
2 – Shield Yourself
1 – A Winter’s Tale
For those who’ve never come across the music of the Mockers before, hopefully there is something which one might like from the mind of Andrew Fagan, and for those who have, enjoy once again.
Because the Globalist have got us ploughing ahead relentlessly, sometimes it is good to stop and look back and see what has shaped us and we enjoyed over the years gone by, for why are being encouraged not to remember our own history whereas the Globalist keep a meticulous record of their own