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  • Growing up in communist Warsaw in the 70's and early 80's, Bob Dylan was our Pied Piper of freedom. Before we even knew what the words meant, we sang them verbatim, parroting the lyrics to escape the harsh reality and feel free even if for a short refrain.

    America was cool. Free. Larger than life. Despite what the communist propaganda told us about the dark underbelly and injustice of the Capitalism.

    I stumbled across Bob Dylan's words from decades ago. How they resonate today with the Occupy movement. The demonstrators all over are being systematically cleaned out, news is moving onto other stuff, but the issues that split us apart, and ultimately will degrade our democracy, remain ...

    "Let me ask you one question
    Is your money that good
    Will it buy you forgiveness
    Do you think that it could
    I think you will find
    When your death takes its toll
    All the money you made
    Will never buy back your soul."
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