Originally recorded by Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones (who could not even tune their guitars properly), vocalist David Clayton Thomas and the rhythm and blues band Blood, Sweat and Tears masterfully resurrected and re-did this piece in 1971. VVC video has included some musical structural analysis for readers who care to indulge.
The repeated lines, “Pleased to meet you, won’t you guess my name? What’s confusing you is just the nature of my game,” are ringing so profoundly today in our drifting, feckless, spineless, Islam-blindfolded American multi-culti culture – and throughout Western Civilization.
Author and counter-jihadist Pamela Geller once wrote that she is alarmed at the ongoing confusion about Islam’s nature and intentions for mankind. BTW, for those readers who may not know it, Geller has thus-far been targeted by Muslims for assassination – two times. There are three dead jihadis who intended to kill Ms. Geller and were dispatched to meet their maker in gunfights with law enforcement officers.
It is truly baffling how much people in high and low positions don’t know about Islam – and continue to believe in its benevolence.
While this piece of music centers around the Biblical Agent of Hell, I can’t help making the connection between the imaginary, figurative Hell and the literal Hell on Earth which Islam in its purest form represents.
“What’s confusing you is just the nature of my game.”
Unless one knows where to look, the truth is very difficult to discern.