Rush: Red Sector A Meaning
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Red Sector A Lyrics
All that we can do to help ourselves
Is stay alive...
Ragged lines of ragged grey
Skeletons, they shuffle away
Shouting guards and smoking guns
Will cut down the unlucky ones
I clutch the wire...
anonymous Apr 3rd, 2016 4:28pm report
RUSH's song ''Red Sector A'' was a reminded vision told, that was foresaw in a Area visited and used by the Protagonist to compare a NASA Space Center flight to relate to it as an escape to freedom from the World War 2 Nazi Concentration Camp[s]. Where many atrocities were committed there on The Prisoners in secret. Where many were starving to succumb to Cannabilism in order to live a little longer with the fear of being exterminated in the ovens. This is where Geddy Lee's Mom and family members endured seeing and experiencing some of these horrific torturers as captured political prisoners in the camps of Dachau. All the while finding strength and having the guts to stay alive and survive by a ''Grace Under Pressure'' to finally escape out of there with the help of ''The Liberators'' who were Russians, Americans, British and Canadian soldiers. All this happened during a time when The ZIONISTS-NAZI Revolution plan got out of control with HITLER, to control their Demonic Agenda with their demons in order to take over the government and divide the happy Christian German culture and it's people, similar to what was done to the Christian culture of the 1917 Russia. For this ZIONIST dream the Nazis were created to be used on both sides in overtaking the government and push out as many JEWISH people as possible towards PALESTINE to help create and populate a state of their own, but it backfired with Hitler, even to the point that THEY[Zionists-Nazis] were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice with them as a ''BURNT OFFERING'' of the innocent JEWISH people [like the Hasidim pious ones] to exterminate them and any other groups of people that got in their way TOWARDS developing a state of their own.
I had always heard this one was about a jewish prisoner during the holocaust. Makes since to me since the speaker is "clutch[ing] the wired fence until (his) fingers bleed" and "hear[ing] the sound of guunfire at the prison gates" and wondering "Are the liberators here? Do I hope or do I fear?" Either way awesome song!
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