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Barbados' National Anthem -- What Does It Mean?

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BARBADOS (Naked Departure)  Barbados’ National Anthem and what it really means (and don’t get mad about this, THINK!  Let’s discuss what the anthem really means.):

In plenty and in time of need (when was there plenty, when you were fishing bad (rotten) canned food out of the careenage?)
When this fair land was young (when you say ‘young’, you mean counting from when you arrived as slaves?)
Our brave forefathers sowed the seed (what forefathers?  you mean bussa?  that’s only one man.  was bussa really a Barbadian?  was there a war fought for your freedom?)
From which our pride was sprung (are you proud pedophiles and bullers?)
A pride that makes no wanton boast
Of what it has withstood (with did you withstand?)
That binds our hearts from coast to coast
The pride of nationhood (you fuck each other over any chance you get — there is no sense of nationhood in Barbados.  how many of the children singing the anthem have already been sexually abused?)