As much as I love the Brasil version, this one is the more powerful. No wonder it was banned in the US at the time (and still is?).
And bashed in the NYT. How can saying that "they don't care about us" be bigoted. I don't understand that. To say that such an expression is bigoted is to evoke shame in one who reveals that their benevolent leader is less than caring.
No, "they" don't care about "us," and if we sleep too long, no movement, no matter how strong will keep "them" at bay from destroying "us."
Throughout history, that is the way it is. By time, man is in loss. We have to be constantly vigilant to protect ourselves and those we love from essential slavery, whether it is physical, emotional or mental.
I hear people have been playing this during marches. Some of us just now realizing what's been going on under our noses for some time.