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https://www.solutionsempowerment.com/non-consent/

English (Google) translation of the song Danser Encore

We still want

To keep on dancing

See our minds entwine our bodies

Spend our lives on a chord grid

Oh no, no, no, no, no, no

 

We still want

To keep on dancing

See our minds entwine our bodies

Spend our lives on a chord grid

Oh no, no, no, no, no, no

 

We are passing birds

Neither meek nor mild

We don’t swear allegiance

To dawn under any circumstances

We’ve come to break the silence

When at night on TV

Our Lordship has spoken

To announce the sentence

We show our irreverence

But still with elegance

 

We still want

To keep on dancing

See our minds entwine our bodies

Spend our lives on a chord grid

 

Working, buying, the daily grind

Lockdowns and restrictions

Nonsense on prescription

Shame on the thinker

Shame on the dancer

Each authoritarian step

Each reeking security measure

Ruins our hope and confidence

They keep increasing the pressure

To contain our conscience

Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no

 

We still want

To keep on dancing

See our minds entwine our bodies

Spend our lives on a chord grid

Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no

HK

This man, HK, and his band are taking France by storm.  Soon, the world will be inspired by his beautiful  uplifting songs.
Dance, sing, clap raise your arms. 
Feel invigorated.
Breathe the free air my friends.
Go to their Facebook page here:
https://www.facebook.com/hksaltimbanks
For a full list of versions performed, go here:
https://www.youtube.com/c/CamperVanK/playlists

Text from FB page on 15th April 2021:

 

With or without masks, indoor or outdoor, it seems that in many parts of France it is now officially banned from playing music in the public space.

Whether it's at general meetings in front of occupied theaters, whether at declared claims rallies, the prefectures no longer hide in grounds of refusal or on the prerequisites for any authorization: ′′ no amplified music ′′ or ′′ no ′′ of music ′′ very short.

We are currently receiving numerous testimonies of clearly motivated refusals, prefectural orders of prohibitions, musical instrument checks or sound equipment, verbalization...

So it seems our leaders have decided music is dangerous. Dangerous for us and our health? Or dangerous for them and their authority? This is the question we think needs to be asked now.

We remind you, and it's important to say it here, that in this epidemic outbreak, none of the people affected by COVID reported being contaminated after attending those outdoor gatherings where we were singing and where we were Danced; no inquiry by any health agency suspected any beginning of the beginning of clustering in connection with any of our gatherings. None, none, nothing, zero.

If some malintentional people want to continue making capilotracted assumptions on hypothetical ′′ maybe ′′ unlikely and purely theoretical fictitious contamination at our rallies... they can, but in reality, the facts are we can't clearer.

To those who here would like to continue to defend what is considered to be a serious authoritarian drift of our government, we say our utmost and deepest incomprehension and opposition. There are times when you need to be clear with yourself about the values, actions and people you stand for.

To those who want to try to oppose our caregivers, we say they won't make it: we are together, culture will never be the enemy of health, on the contrary, just like sport and sport social bond, it contributes to global well-being, mental and psychological health.

We have kept saying over the past few weeks that the government should not respond to this wonderful movement of defending culture and social bond through repression, that it was the worst response. Sadly, this seems to be the path he chose, thinking that people showing the need for culture and social bond would return home, that the theaters occupation would cease on its own, or eventually run out of breath in the face of silence, to non-answers, then now to bans...

Again, they are so wrong. Obviously, we will respond to these bans in our own way, as always, creatively by staying positive, optimistic and enthusiastic. Merry, supportive and brotherly because we are not doing all this to be ′′ at war ′′ against anyone but to defend fundamental rights, including freedom of expression and let's say it, a certain idea of democracy.

Finally we reaffirm that we are not a problem, but a beautiful part of the solution; many of us feel the basic need to find ourselves, to be together, to exchange, to smile, to communier and to dance together ne if only for a few minutes of joy and respite salvation. ′′ Moments of conviviality ", as one of our ministers said, only the difference that We, these moments, declare and offer them openly, openly, for all, not secretly, in the premises of a ministry after curfew time, for only the minister's employees...

See you soon for the rest