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It is worse that he should, later on;· come to see that dream mainly in terms of personal fulfilment. For that is why the people's vision was transform-, ed into a most bizarre nightmare. He is quite a lieable fellow. In the earlier days this then hero of the people was such a charmer. He could get the people to do just about ahything. We, the ordinary people, loved him so much ! But he chose to disregard us; our interests meant little or nothing to him in the latter part of his rule. He developed a penchant for impressing foreigners.
73 ON FIRST MERCENARY ALERT FIGHT ON PRA Guarding the beaches, Patrolling the streets. Watching the hilltops Watching from the hilltops. Our comrades in the PRA Our brothers in the PRA Valiant sons and daughters too All fighters in the PRA. Defending Defending Defending Defending the our our our Revolution freedom. humanity native land. Fighting destabilisation, Writing chapters! Valiant chapters of history. Fight on! Comrades! Brothers! Fight on! CRUSH THEM November 4, 1979 The tyrant! He coming back!