September 30, 2010, - 12:05 pm

The “Wall”: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters Promotes Palestinian Jihad (VIDEO)

By Debbie Schlussel

File this under “Shut Up & Sing” . . . or Gerontological Studies in Aging, Over-drugged Rock Stars.

I was never a fan of Pink Floyd or Roger Waters.  Way overrated, in my opinion, and “entertainment” for potheads in acid-washed jeans (which were in style–why?–for two minutes in 1983).  And, now, my opinion that the band and its members are talentless hacks is affirmed, as Roger Waters continues his “The Wall Live” tour.  In this case, the “wall” Waters is referring to isn’t the famous Pink Floyd song Waters helped make famous, it’s Israel’s security fence, which the country was forced to erect to protect its innocent civilians from terrorist attacks–that’s what Waters has a big problem with.

Yup, an aging, irrelevant rock star actually has a whole rock tour to protest Israel’s right to keep its people from being blown to bits at pizza shops.  And he’s using anti-Semitic imagery–bombs disguised as Jewish stars/Stars of David falling from the sky followed by dollar signs.  Get it?  The JOOOS are rich people who bomb those poor defenseless Palestinian terrorists.  But, hey, that’s not a stereotype, right?

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Monday criticized rock music icon Roger Waters for using imagery long associated with stereotypes about Jews and money as part of a segment of his 2010-2011 “The Wall Live” Tour that takes aim at Israel’s West Bank security fence.

During his performances of “Goodbye Blue Sky,” an animated scene projects images of planes dropping bombs in the shape of Jewish Stars of David followed by dollar signs, according to an interview in the September 30 issue of Rolling Stone.

Waters, 67, is a known left-wing activist who has spoken against Israel’s policy in the territories. “It’s a horrific edifice, this thing,” he told reporters in 2006 as he stood beside a section of the separation fence in Bethlehem.

In other imagery used in his concert about the wall, he apparently compares Jews to oversexed half-female/half-creatures and monsters.  Waters began with his BS message during a 2007 concert in Israel.  He was upset that it didn’t go over well, even with his leftist Israeli fans (see video, below).  So he decided to make a BS documentary (second video, below) in 2009 and compare the Jews to Nazis, using Warsaw Ghetto references, and protesting that those evil, nasty, vermin Jews actually build homes on their own land. How dare they.

Message for Roger Waters:  We don’t need no “education.”  Not your version of it, anyway.  All in all, you and you’re misinformed, anti-Semitic political opinions are just another brick in the wall . . . and just as relevant.

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58 Responses


Just one more example of anti-Semitism and Commie politics in once-Great Britain.

Red Ryder on September 30, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    Here, here, Dan! Here, here!

    Silkrak on October 26, 2013 at 5:20 am

Aging celebs trying to appear relevant. Just another pr$#% in the wall. It’s easy to say “tear down the wall” when you aren’t the target of the people on the other side, isn’t it?

My favorite Pink Floyd song was the post-Waters “Learning to Fly”, anyway.

Agen T. on September 30, 2010 at 1:46 pm

What an insufferable jerk!

roger on September 30, 2010 at 1:46 pm

67-year old men are generally not on the cutting-edge of style or at the Forefront of any significant creative endeavor. We have two generations of kids who have no idea who this old phart used to be. Funny..I found him to be quite full of himself. I had no idea who he was either, until he went on-&-on about “Floyd” with almost Beatle-esque reverence. That is without a doubt, THE most overrated band in Rock & Roll. Smoke a joint and they are immediately brilliant though. Kind of like listening to Valium, if there is such a thing.

#1 Vato on September 30, 2010 at 2:03 pm

Can’t we just remove his head since it’s not doing him any good to begin with and then cement the head onto the wall that he is lamenting about. Fitting justice if you ask me.

JakAtak on September 30, 2010 at 2:04 pm

1) Pink Floyd is a great band. They’re talented, creative musicians who’ve earned their success.
2) Roger Waters hates war. Roger was born in 1943, and he lost his old man in 1944 (WWII). Roger was only a few months old at the time. So he never really knew his father and its been in his craw his entire life.

It’s understandable why he would hate war…..but doesn’t he realize that his country – and the planet – are free because of war? (Obviously not.)

Roger is a very talented guy. No doubt.
But when it comes to geopolitical discourse, his head is completely up his ass.

Ditto John Lennon.

When Roger left Floyd years ago, he was shocked (Shocked, I tell you!) to find that the band would continue without him.

Again, a talented guy…..but a bit of a dweeb as well.

(And Deb, Pink Floyd was hugely popular lonnnnnnng before acid-washed jeans appeared.)

guitarguy on September 30, 2010 at 2:17 pm

Ummm, you didn’t mention that in addition to the star of David, he used a cross, hammer and sickle and (gasp!) a FRICKIN STAR AND CRESCENT! Kinda hard to promote jihad when you mock one of it’s symbols, no?

Reggie on September 30, 2010 at 2:53 pm

The only reason Israel’s security fence exist is to save Jewish lives.

But for Roger Waters, that’s too much to put up with.

He doesn’t need to come to Israel for his next concert.


NormanF on September 30, 2010 at 2:53 pm

Ozzy Osbourne has more common sense then that guy.

Ripper on September 30, 2010 at 4:58 pm

I always hated Pink Floyd’s music. It’s just noise and unfortunately my husband loves the band and subject’s me to their horrid music every now and then.

Now I have another reason to hate them. Well, Roger Waters anyways. What a dumb ass.

Karen on September 30, 2010 at 6:17 pm

Mufti Hajj Amin al-Husseini would be proud…

Philip_Daniel on September 30, 2010 at 10:03 pm

Never liked “Pink Floyd”. I do like “Have A Cigar” but that’s about it. I like David Gilmour…but can’t respect him if he’s a dopey anti-semite like RW.

Shut Up & Sing, indeed. This guy is a tool.

Skunky on September 30, 2010 at 10:10 pm

Oh yeah, RW was for years had an intense row with the rest of Pink Floyd which (ala John Fogarty) makes him a HUGE peace and love and liberal hypocrite guy.

I just love it when peeps are “supposed” to be above it all and so Liberal are in actuality very bitter, very angry, very mean SOBS.

He should marry Yoko Ono. The perfect union of latrine slime merging with swamp filth!

Skunky on September 30, 2010 at 10:14 pm

I’ve always liked Pink Floyd’s music. What baffles me is why Leftists like Roger Waters take the side of the terrorist. If the Muslims had their way, people like Roger Waters and David Hasselhoff would be among the first people killed.

John on September 30, 2010 at 11:06 pm

Some friends of mine are going to see this show, but I told then there was no way I was giving him any of my money.

It’s funny to see him write “We don’t need no thought control” when he’s the one who’s now trying to control people. He actually sang those lyrics at Gore’s last save the earth concert. I’m sure without any hint of irony.

Face it Waters you are now the overbearing old man.

JP on October 1, 2010 at 1:23 am

How about Stink Floyd?

CaliforniaScreaming on October 1, 2010 at 2:20 am

Here is the controversial part:

The reaction of this Canadian audience is interesting. When the crosses, crescents, six pointed stars and dollar signs fall, they are somewhat subdued. Then they really start to whoop and holler when the shell gas and Mercedes Benz logos appear. I guess most Cannuks hate big oil a lot more than they hate organized religion.

The fact that there are no stops in any Islamic countries on this tour (I presume) says it all. Even he knows that while Christians and Jews in the audience might take offense to the crosses and stars, they aren’t likely to protest in any manner other than vocally. If he were to project that image of falling moon & stars in some soccer stadium in say, Syria or Iran, the band and the entire entourage would probably be taken hostage by the government.

Irving on October 1, 2010 at 2:30 am

I wonder if Roger Waters has ever visited Anne Frank’s attic, may the al-mighty avenge her blood? Did he know instinctively that the walls around her attic were wrong, keeping out all the poor Germans? For those of you who celebrate a two-day Yom Tov, Chag Smaech and Shabbat Shalom?

Miranda Rose Smith on October 1, 2010 at 5:53 am

    These pieces really set a standard in the indrstuy.

    Wind on May 25, 2014 at 10:31 am

Waters must have water on the brain, and be desperate for attention.

Miranda Rose Smith on October 1, 2010 at 6:00 am

    Build the F****** wall Higher and completly around palestine then fill it with ‘Water’ Amen

    Jonny England on October 30, 2011 at 6:29 pm

Roger Waters in an idiot that burnt out a long time ago. He will probably be a Baptist by next week. Who knows? Nothing wrong with Baptist mind you. But he is in need of serious Mental Help.

poptoy on October 1, 2010 at 7:20 am

Wow so many dumb comments. Watch Irving’s link. See what it is you’re talking about before you believe media that is biased and say some stupid shit. Now you can see that Mr. Waters is against all the blood that has been spilt in the name of many modern religions and in the name of greed. THAT is ALL.

Mattydigs on October 1, 2010 at 12:09 pm

Has anyone bothered to tell this id*** about the Great Wall of Morocco, the security belt that’s 2,720 km long, used as protection against Polisario? or the South Korea barrier against North Korea, or India’s 3,300 km wall against Pakistaon? Botwsana has an electric fence against Zimbabwe (to protect against ethnic cleansing massacres; Saudi Arabia has a concrete and electronic fence ($700 million) against Yemen as well as a 900 km fence bordering Iraq. Turkey claims part of Cyprus with a wall. Thailand has a 75 km barrier with Malaysia, to protect itself against MUSLIMS. Pakistan has a 2,400 wall as protection from Afghanistan. Uzbekistan has a wall separating itself from Tadjikistan. The UAR is building a barrier on the border with Oman. Kuwait is enforcing a 215 km wall with Iraq. Spain has a barrier separating itself from poeverty-stricken Moroccan and sub-Saharan workers. There are walls over Ireland, separating Protestants from Catholics, and to protect bomb-damaged Belfast (did Pink Floyd’s Walter mention that one?). And the US is erecting a wall to separate itself from Mexico, against its incoming immigrants. So this guy isn’t concerned with walls…he’s concerned with anti-Semitism. He knows that if the protective wall comes down, the Palestinians will send more rockets and suicide bombers into Israel. Well, send this guy to Sderot to experience the bombs first hand… or send him back to Ireland.

Tabitha Korol on October 1, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    “Thailand has a 75 km barrier with Malaysia, to protect itself against MUSLIMS.”
    Tabitha Korol on October 1, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    Wait, see if I got this right:
    Thailand (?!?) ‘Gets It’ but we don’t?
    I guess three thousand dead Americans on 9/11 wasn’t enough.

    theShadow on October 2, 2010 at 12:34 am

    Spain has a barrier separating itself from poeverty-stricken Moroccan and sub-Saharan workers.

    Are you sure? Spain and Morocco are on opposite sides of the Mediterranean.

    Miranda Rose Smith on October 3, 2010 at 5:14 am

Women hate ‘Pink Floyd’ cause they can’t dance to it and they actually have to make sense of the lyrics instead of listening to a dance tune with lyrics about…Dancing!

OK, seriously, not all music is made for dancing. Pink Floyd definitely, unless you happen to be one of those hippie joint tokin’ types, well than, anything is dance music.

Pink Floyd spent 741 weeks in the charts on one album alone. Not bad for a mediocre band. I wish I was half as mediocre. Rick Wright happens to be one of my favorite keyboard players btw.
Waters, well he’s another story. Talented, no question, but with an ego that would make David Lee Roth and Axel Rose blush.

From a guy that preached “we don’t need no thought control” while he tried to manipulate every move the band made this is total but not surprising BS. Typical leftist, and being he comes from a father who lost his life to the NAZI’s to protect Roger’s little sorry ‘arse’ you would think he’d know better.

Hey Rog! Mr Waters!!! The Warsaw ghetto was meant to keep people in not out! The Palis have the whole world open to them while in comparison Israel is trying to survive in a land slightly bigger than my pinky toe nail! Just leave them the “F” alone! Open your eyes, get the whole picture there buddy! Tell me why Israel has to let every lowlife degenerate into her house while the rest of the Arab world can ignore them?

OK Rog, Let’s see how you like it. Party at your place tomorrow night! I’m bringing all my friends and some people I just picked off the street! Have some food and music ready! Just please, none of that boring Roger Waters crap…

theShadow on October 2, 2010 at 1:39 am

Those dudes were a bunch of acid eaters.
Not only did all the dope smoking burnouts in high-school like Floyd, but ALL the acid eaters did too. Just listen to their first 3 or 4 albums, before they made it big-time with Dark side of the moon.
Yes, they did have a few some moments of musical brilliance and yes they were ahead of their time with the use of a synthesizer, but the bottom line is that you had to be stoned out of your mind to enjoy it, otherwise it was merely out of control chaotic noise.
You don’t believe me? Why don’t you go and listen to the song entitled “Several species of small furry animals gathered in a cave and grooving with a pick”?
If those guy were NOT on acid recording that song, then Ive got some “waterfront” land in the Everglades to sell you…
How about the song “Careful with that axe Eugene”
The only vocals in that song is Waters screaming at the top of his lungs, like a raging homicidal maniac.
That took a lot of talent to write those lyrics…ya right…
The song “Brain Damage” is a song of there’s that must be autobiographical because I’m sure all the drugs have damaged Water’s brain…permanently…

Who cares? on October 3, 2010 at 8:45 pm

    And your evidence that Roger Waters took a lot of drugs is….? And if you say, “just listen to the music, dude..” well, you lose.

    Azimuth_RI on October 7, 2010 at 8:58 am

Well, look at it this way: He must have known the Palestinians were uneducated ahead of time when he came up with “We don’t need no education.”

Amedeo Bianchi on October 4, 2010 at 12:43 pm

Wow! All the hate over a mere musician. Granted PF is a great band IMO and I am also a RW fan. I have my tickets for the show and am looking forward to it as I have all the RW shows (all of them) I have been to.

It seems like most of the posters here never liked him or the band in the first place.

Gotta love the internets. It does bring all the crazies out.


saturn badger on October 7, 2010 at 1:45 am

If this is really a big concern to you, you apparently have extremely blessed lives with very little to worry about. Storm in a teacup springs immediately to mind… nothing like missing the point completely and looking for trouble where there isn’t any.

However you can all sleep easy now, since incredibly, as can be seen here: , Roger Waters has edited his film sequence such that the Star of David is now not seen in immediate juxtaposition with the dollar sign.

Move along now, nothing to see here.

Sysyphus on October 7, 2010 at 4:43 am

This blog post and the many parrots adding their 2 cents to it are some of the best examples supporting Alexander Hamilton’s statement: “the masses are asses”. Commie and anti-semite, really!

Godwin’s Law. Enjoy.

Camper van Beethoven on October 7, 2010 at 8:38 am

The article above states: “In other imagery used in his concert about the wall, he apparently compares Jews to oversexed half-female/half-creatures and monsters.”

Having been to the current Wall show and many other Roger Waters shows over the years, in addition to being very familair with the original piece and it’s accompanying imagery, I fail to recall a single instance where members of the Hebrew race or even anyone espousing the Jewish faith were compared to oversexed hermaphrodites. In fact, I’m sure that the aforementioned quote wanders dangerously towards hate speech in and of itself in that in implies that members of the transgender community are “monsters.” But we digress here.I would like to hear from someone who has actually stepped foot in the building where the concert is being played and sat through the show (whether or not you like the music is completely irrelevant)and still has the same opinion afterward. Taking a Rolling Stone (talk about being washed up and irrelevant) article as your sole source for this is misguided at best. Best wishes to all…and let’s think for ourselves based on personal observation and fact, not just because some pundit tells us to. That would be “thought control”, wouldn’t it?

Azimuth_RI on October 7, 2010 at 8:55 am

“That would be “thought control”, wouldn’t it?” Azimuth_RI

Isn’t that what you’re attempting here? The problem is not only Waters but people like you who feel they must belittle those who do think for themselves where Waters is concerned. If you can allow Waters his right to his opinions you must also allow other people to have theirs. Your thinly disguised accusations that others are stupid because they don’t agree with you is a typical problem on the net that people like you suffer. That of not yet having learned the world is not always going to agree with you. Grow up and get used to it.

SilverThreads on October 7, 2010 at 10:02 am

    I completely support the right for everyone to have an opinion, but the original article here veers toward bias – and whether or not Waters is biased as well is an open debate. However, to claim the juxtaposition of dollar signs to a Star of David without mentioning the Christian, Muslim, and Corporate logos that are also seen in the same exact context is to force and jam an interpretation not based on all the facts or the context of the presentation. That’s all. Waters spray painting the Palestinian wall is a fact and is concrete and one can be for or against that act. One could feasibly argue that he was making a too overtly political statement based on your particular ideology. And I’m not offering my opinion on that at all. But I do have one on some fairly harsh statements made based on partial information and hyperbole. And feel free to disagree. It’s your right as well as mine. Be well…

    Azimuth_RI on October 7, 2010 at 11:52 am

“The Wall” is a complex work that raises many difficult issues. To vilify it by picking a brief moment out of
context shows a lack of understanding of what it’s
about. In the current touring version, Waters is advocating
finding alternative, peaceful solutions to political disagreements. (The person who posted that Waters is a hypocrite because he once sued his former bandmates apparently fails to distinguish between non-violent means of conflict resolution and resorting to violence.)

dean on October 7, 2010 at 10:14 am

It’s just music. So Roger does not like aggression, war and killing in the name of political or religious dogma. I don’t either. Is he an anti-Semite? Well when I hear him say something like what Mel Gibson said maybe I’ll believe it. Until then I look forward to December when I will see for myself what all this fuss is about. I suspect I will come away amazed and delighted. I am certain I will not agree with 100% of what he is saying, but I don’t think there is anyone in the world who I would agree with 100% on everything. It’s not easy to speak out against Israel and not be labeled a Jew-hater. Once my kid saw a news report on the strife between Israel and the Palestinians and asked “Who are the bad guys?”. I said they both are as both are guilty of poor behavior in this crisis. He didn’t get it as it was not a black and white answer. In most people’s minds you have the white hats and the black hats. Sometimes the hats are grey.

But in the end, why is everyone so seemingly surprised that Roger Waters is spouting political stuff in his work? That is all he has been doing since 1965! Listen to the album “Obscured By Clouds”. The track “Free Four” is an early work that foreshadows The Wall with its anti-war message. He cannot give an interview without being political. If you can’t stand to hear an artist weave his own personal political views into his work, I suggest you stop listening to music altogether as they all do to some degree!

Why bother wasting the energy posting all these negative comments? If you don’t like Waters or Pink Floyd just move on. There are lots of things and artists I loathe, but I don’t feel compelled to post just how much they bother me on Internet forums!

Heck, why did I even bother with this? I doubt any opposing minds will be influenced, but this morning is slow and I had the time 🙂

Michael Teige on October 7, 2010 at 12:34 pm

People who think Roger is in favor of blowing ANYBODY up doesn’t know this man very well. It amazes me that anybody who dare question one nation’s policy is immediately labeled and filed neatly away. I would ask that any of you look at Mr Water’s body of work over the years, and tell me he is against anything but violence and mistreatment.

Good Day

Jim Highfield on October 7, 2010 at 7:28 pm

The other three (well, four for that short period with Syd and David) seemed to keep his more obnoxious, preachy tendencies somewhat in check, particularly in ‘Animals’ and ‘the Wall.’ ‘Final Cut,’ with little Wright/Mason input, is a wall-to-wall propaganda rant. And yeah, ‘Free Four’ or say, ‘Colonel Clegg’ are about war, but as far as ideological pushiness goes, they aren’t anything close to ‘Leaving Beirut’ and his later solo dreck.

Once he went on his own (but I admit it had its genesis in the later Waters-as-dictator Floyd years), he got more and more pushy about it, everything is about the evils of religion, money, America, blah blah blah, never any consideration for the other side of the coin.

David is a leftist type, but he has a more sense and regard for his audience than to tell ’em what to think (i.e. the Obama pig) or to charge money to obsessively trash their religion, homeland, or whatever. And Rog offers in return are truisms, slogans and facebook posts. The guy is out-Lennoning Lennon himself…

Now he’s got slogans and pictures of Rog’s personal bogeymen flashing on the Wall to the beat of ‘Run Like Hell’. ‘Thought control’ indeed…the clown has degraded a fine album into a cheap, overpriced multimedia propaganda campaign. What a joke.

And Rog, shut the hell up about capitalism if you’re going to hook up with Ticketmaster for 200 per, with their $1000 self-scalp ‘Platinum Seat’ scam and insane VIP packages. And don’t tell me about tolerance, love, understanding and the like when you yourself are full of bile towards everyone that dares disagree with you. I gotta tell you, the ‘Animals’ album is so deliciously ironic in light of his later career and statements.

Sick of the whole ‘don’t say anything’ attitude from RW fanbois too. No, it’s not a big deal in the grand scheme, everyone but the blindest of the blind knows he’s a loudmouthed hypocrite, but it is in the news, no reason why someone can’t comment on it. Or shall we just be Waters’ little sheep, and take everything he says without question?

There’s my input, ain’t perfect, but what is?

yeah whatever on October 7, 2010 at 8:08 pm

Bah, I meant ‘Gilmour/Mason input’ for Final Cut (Wright had been consigned to Pink Limbo by then). Just to head off them picky old Floyd historians.

yeah whatever on October 7, 2010 at 8:09 pm

I agree with everything you said “yeah whatever”. But I do have to add one more delicious bit of hypocrisy. That Waters now finds the very walls he once had to build to separate himself from the rest of us ‘down here’ so now very loathsome.

SilverThreads on October 7, 2010 at 9:27 pm

I’m sorry, but did ANY of you attend the concert, or even see the animation she is talking about. If you did , you would see that it is not just the star of david being dropped,but also many other symbols for example the cross, the hammer and sickel and the symbol for shell oil. The song was about people raining their beliefs on others, not how jews are evil. In the video, the hammer and sickel is dropped after the cross, does that mean christians are communists? Also stating that “In other imagery used in his concert about the wall, he apparently compares Jews to oversexed half-female/half-creatures and monsters.” is untrue. For one, YOU ARE TRYING TO ARGUE SOMETHING, when you do not say things like “I believe” or “apparently compares” because when you argue something YOU ARE STATING IT AS FACT. Also do you even know what the term “another brick in the wall” means, I’m willing to bet you don’t. To enlighten you, it was used in the wall to describe the death of his father in WWII, which actually happened, the abuse he recieived from his teachers, which actually happened that led to him building a metaphorical wall to alienate himself form sociaty, which he then tears down, because alienation will only increase tension between opposing sides.

Kevin on October 31, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Oh and here is something Waters published on his site about how people have been saying he is anti – semetic

    Kevin on October 31, 2010 at 2:51 pm

I agree with you that RW is an anti-Semite, anti-Israel. I loathe his politics especially since I am a Zionist, Capitalist, Republican, veteran, and retired police officer. With that being said please dont confuse RW with the rest of Pink Floyd. Waters is a narcissist – and more importantly a hypocrite. I love the Floyd – they have been around a lot longer than 1983. The dropping of Tbe Star of David were also accompanied by dropping of crosses and crescents. So let’s not lose credibility on that one. The show was more anti-capitalist and anti-war than anything. Meanwhile he wad selling shirts at $40 a pop. I watched very closely for anything remotely anti-Israel during the concert – there was nothing.

CB on November 26, 2010 at 9:01 pm

Just another useful idiot. Read Dupes by Paul Kengor. The left has been using his type for years.

GIB on December 12, 2010 at 8:07 pm

One thing the Arabs are very good at is the media psychological warfare!
They know how to talk to the world western media in a way that earn empathy without really getting into the roots of truth and by that have it work for them.
Mr. Waters should ask himself lots of questions in order to really understand the Middle East problem from overseas, questions like where all the billions that the Palestinian Authority receives from the united states and Europe going to.
Are they going into development of education and culture? Are they going into moderate learning programs, humane, moral Instructional?
Or, all of it is going into the pockets of the tyrants who control the Palestinians – the founders of the laboratories producing terrorist bombs everywhere?
Did they grow up on Waters’ poems?
Do they even know who is boycotting the name Israel in their name?

Apparently, ignorance and opacity cross borders and even gifted aging musician forgetting to check things thoroughly, truly and with balanced!
All I can tell you is ‘your lips move but I cannot hear what you say’!

Nadex on March 6, 2011 at 10:54 pm

Oh well EXCUSE Waters for being critical of Israel’s government. Just because he (although, he admittingly is a hypocritical, narcissistic jackass who takes the credit for everyone under the name “Pink Floyd”) criticizes Israel DOES NOT mean he hates Jews, why can no-one figure that out? I’m tired of people assuming that just because someone’s anti-Zionist, they’re ultimately anti-Semitic. Although, it most definately is a mistake to just freely go about saying shit like “Ah…Israel’s done it this time!!”. One can’t deny that the Jews don’t deserve their own nation, as it was taken from them and originally theirs. But I honestly don’t believe Waters thinks they shouldn’t have their country, he just hates its government’s actions (I’ll take his political views and over-all logic with a grain of salt, as he doesn’t seem to think Israel might be doing the things it does for a reason…that and he probably has done a shit load of LSD…even though he says he didn’t). Don’t get the wrong idea, I myself do not hate Jews in the slightest. Also, I don’t actually care how people are going to take the time to insult me and call me a number of offensive terms. Freddie Mercury was right, popular musicians should just stay clear the hell away from anything political – and just lead it to the politicians and people (like you and I) who are unable to make any significant change in anything, because none of us actually matter.

Ash on April 2, 2011 at 11:54 pm

Shit, a thing I forgot to mention. He was NOT comparing Jews to “oversexed half-female/half-creature” monster, Ms./Mrs. Schlussel. Didn’t you do research on the movie “Pink Floyd the Wall”? That monster is how the main character, Pink, thinks of his wife after he finds out she’d been cheating on him, whether or not she’s supposed to be Jewish, I don’t fucking know. Also, the other monsters are really symbolizing his memories of those people. The giant, scary, thin one – that’s Pink’s sadistic and cynical teacher who gives him he’ll for no reason when he’s a school boy, the big woman one – that’s his overprotective mother, the giant ass – that’s the judge in “The Trial”! Also, I love how the author portrays herself to be an overly-rightous woman who wouldn’t DARE like a piece of music written by the truly disgusting Roger Waters! And so she insists that she never ever had liked his material (though, frankly, I don’t care about her music tastes).

Ash on April 3, 2011 at 12:10 am

Roger Water is a great artist. And he is showing that he is compassionate and courageous too. Nowadays one really needs to have iron balls to criticize Israeli apartheid policies in the open since there is a vigilant lobby ready to crush anyone who dares to say that Israel does ANYTHING wrong.

PurpleDiamond on July 11, 2011 at 8:04 pm

there are many many more artists who support Israel.
The wall is a result of decades of relentless attempts of arabs to destroy the only democracy in the region.
waters has always been an antisemite (along with dave gilmour)
and what better way for this bitter angry man to try’n prop up his sagging career.

warren on August 28, 2011 at 12:16 pm

I think the “Worms have eatten into funny Roger Waters brain. Liberal Artist/Progressive Communist seem to always support evil, funny Roger has no common sense, what if Iran takes over England and tells funny Roger you need to give up your land, house etc. Then I am sure the liberal artist would be screaming bloody murder. Anyway please boycott his funny mushroom music and pray for the Peace of Jerusalem
I will Bless Those who Bless The and Curse Those that Curse The- The Enternal truth of Gods Word- Hopefully funny Roger will get his head out of his ass

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