Friday, January 21, 2011

WAR 4 KIDZ SONG!

39 comments :

FITZSIMMONS said...

This is just American right wing conservatives subjecting children to violent battle experiences via film to train them for the wars with China, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, and anyone else who isn't American.

This truly is terrible!

J.R. Herbaugh said...

It's not going to work. Kids love the Hamburglar.

mitch said...

War is stupid
And people are stupid
And love means nothing
Because God is dead and no one cares and your dad is never coming home.

Mark said...

Ugh, I knew the Nightmare remake would be terrible.`

Anonymous said...

Crap...there's already been a Hamburglar AND a Nightmare on Elm Street reference! So...I got nothing...


The horror...the horror...

Anonymous said...

Wow, I just had flashbacks to that as a kid. I knew something was wrong........even then. It's all just so strange now.

John said...

We love our war songs but Burl Ives did it better with Goober Peas.

Peas, peas, peas, peas eatin' goober peas! The Georgia militia, eatin' goober peas!

Anonymous said...

This video brought to you by Chick-Fil-A...fast food from God fearing Christians...not satanic worshiping characters from McDonald's.

Ravenhallow said...

I was going to write something witty, but this horrible song is now so firmly lodged in my wee brain that I am powerless to summon any more words.

Mike said...

I always wondered what Philip K Dick's acid trip was ACTUALLY like. The Empire never ended... #nudoknowthat

Anonymous said...

I forgot all about this song until I saw this video...first heard it at a summer Bible camp put on at my school when I was a 3rd grader. terrible then, terrible now.

voraciousboot said...

I feel like this should be required viewing at the White House of the Confederacy.

Anonymous said...

Can I register as a conscientious objector to the lord's army?

Anonymous said...

Wait. He becomes a Roman soldier? Didn't they kill Jesus? Oh, never mind, that was the Interplanetary Confederationists.

Jonathan said...

They've been keeping his memory half-undead but disconnected from reality for centuries now. Kinda like in that one movie, I think it was Misery...

Anonymous said...

Ah, I see...they're depicting the epic struggle of the Roman Empire against the hordes of McDonaldland.

Melanie said...

my roommate says she had to sing this song when she was in lutheran school. awky

Anonymous said...

Christian Romans.


Wait.

Napalm Dragon said...

Besides the creepy crusades reference... Is it just me, or is there something deeply ironic about being a "Roman Soldier" then "The Lords Army".

Anonymous said...

right win faux news war is bad saddam a martyr christianity is dumb when we're all dead and have no consciousness i'm gonna laugh at all the dumb republican christians for eternity i tell you what.

Anonymous said...

He's in the Lord's army

Anonymous said...

If I'm not mistaken, this is from a Saturday morning Christian program called Gospel Bill. Utter crap.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't let a delusional idiot like that anywhere near my child.

Ancient Weaver said...

This is exactly how I imagined it would be like to be in a real battle.

Richard Whittall said...

This fucking made me sick to my stomach. Thanks for nothing, EIT.

Anonymous said...

Why is it that he reminded me of Gomer Pyle from Full Metal Jacket?

Anonymous said...

That Roman soldier get up really does it for me.

M. said...

We used to sing this at my church when i was little!!!!!!!!! HOLY SHIT bad memories come rushing back...

Clive Gulch said...

Big Brother would never lie, Oceania has always been at war with the Hamburglar!

Anonymous said...

Apparently, Satan moonlights as That Yellow Bastard.

Anonymous said...

you gotta give them credit for their explosions!

more importantly though... i'd hit that.

Pudding said...

So who DOES shoot teh Lord's artillery? ...Thor?

Alan said...

This song was extremely popular in my (fairly liberal Methodist) Sunday school when I was a kid. It's probably fallen out of favor since then though....

Leif said...

I also sang this and we had gestures that usually accelerated into little boy wrestling and therefore extra-long "quiet times".

not sure why he hates Hosni Mubarak so much... just prescience?

Anonymous said...

don't put it on!!

Em said...

Ugh. I used to have to watch Gospel Bill as a kid. Re-watching it now makes me vomit a little in the back of my throat.

Anonymous said...

*the Bible turns into a sword*

wow, that's some pretty great unintentional satire

Anonymous said...

I had forgotten about this song until I clicked on this link. I flashed back to Church camp as a child. *shudders

Anonymous said...

Oh. God.