I picked this up from Tzitzernak.
It is a very heart-felt, clear-sighted, and honest, not to mention completely informed, criticism of Kocharian, Inc. He's right about many things, but about this especially: that March 1st will never be forgotten. It is about the pain in the hearts of Armenians turning into intense anger, directed against the immediate perpetrators but, in the last instance, toward the ones who enabled those perpetrators. The last shot is of the globe: It blames international forces, ultimately. And he's right. This is a global problem. And this is a very astute Armenian fusion protest song. I love it. I came across it half an hour ago, and I've replayed it seven times already. Regretfully, I don't know the artists name, but maybe he doesn't want his name to be known, and under today's conditions in Armenia, who would blame him.
"Then you tell me, 'Don't curse,'
Why? Is my tongue tied?"