Eco-communities as a social vision

Eco-communities as a social vision
Egalitarian and ecological communities, like the pictured East Wind (www.eastwind.org), are very close to our vision of an ecological society

29 February, 2008

Doomed Planet by Cirith Ungol, Album: One Foot In Hell, 1986



Trapped on a dying world a world to late to save
Mankind is on the move and he's marching to his grave
False prophets filled with greed leaders who rule by fear
By their lies they are betrayed and their message crystal clear

We're living on a doomed planet a planet to late to save
We're living on a doomed planet mankind's marching to his grave

Dark clouds foul the sky as the end is well at hand
The acid rain will fall sweeping death across the land
The poison rivers flow to a helpless dying sea
Of the wicked race of man this world will soon be free

We're living on a doomed planet a planet to late to save
We're living on a doomed planet mankind's marching to his grave

Trapped on a dying world, a world of hate and pain
The judgement has arrived and the verdict is insane
The masses cringe in fear for their sentence has arrived
May the punishment be slow and the guilty flayed alive


A band with doom attitude in lyrics. Nuclear threat and environmental pollution couldn’t be absent from their interests

You can hear some songs from this band in youtube


Atom smasher/Black machine



I'm Alive/What Does It Take?

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