Welcome to the official web site of the music of Vic Sadot. The site was launched on the same day as Vic’s new CD release, 9/11 Truth & Justice Songs, on September 11, 2011. The CD is now available for download and purchase on CD Baby. This is the third CD by Vic Sadot at CD Baby. The first one was Comin’ Home, a 16 song Cajun/Zydeco & New Orleans R&B CD released in 1997. The second was Broadsides & Retrospectives, a 19 song “Best of 25 Years of Vic Sadot Songs” released in 2005.
Full Spectrum Dominance – The Song – Vic Sadot
Sound Cloud Song Featured at the Political Film Blog 6-12-13
“Full Spectrum Dominance” is a free song at SoundCloud! Use it now! The term “full spectrum dominance” by the United States was used in papers written by the Project for the New American Century, the neo-con think tank that so many G. W. Bush war profiteer appointees came from. By this terminology they clearly mean to control everything on land, air, sea, media, space, and cyberspace! Hence, surveillance and information analysis and application is a big part of that plan, a plan that the Democratic Party Obama regime has been exposed for implementing it in recent news disclosures.
NSA insider Edward Snowden exposed US government spies on everyone! Stand with the whistle-blowers against the war criminals, liars, and those who torture for the empire. Defend the Republic and the 4th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States!
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
Star Trek and the War on Terror. Jennifer Epps review of “Star Trek Into the Darkness” in “The Political Film Blog” – After the “Zero Dark Thirty” pro-torture “thriller” hunt-for-a-long-dead-bin-Laden psy war myth movie made with CIA as partner, we need some creativity from Hollywood that deals with the ethical questions of the War on Terror. As Epps points out, who better to do that than Gene Roddenberry’s “Star Trek”? A great read! Let’s put the logic and the love together! Let’s get back to listening to those who blow the whistle on war crimes and other violations of all standards of truth and justice.