reasoning logic wrote:
Would you be kind enough to interpret what you heard from that song so that I can understand what you walked away with?
I am not claiming it to be bad or anything but I would like to hear what your thoughts are about it.
Well that song in particular is about natural rights as a person and if anyone violates those rights (in the songs point of view) you should have the right to respond with what ever you think is necessary.
The singer is a deist. He isn't christian like most try to claim that he is. He mocks christianity in just about every song. I've seen interviews where he is asked about this and he says that he believes there is a god but it's not the abrahamic one. When asked further about what he believes he said he believes in a god that is indifferent to the mortal lives and it's creation and we as people have to justify our own way of living.
Which is weird but also makes sense. I can see that a god that would create something and care nothing for how it turns out or what results. But I'm not sure I am completely behind the anarchist outlook on that level. I think some justice when performed in the heat of the moment only fuels more injustice.